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Civil Rights Leaders: Remove Confederate Memorials In Arizona But Don’t POOP ON THEM
By Eric Owens

A group of civil rights leaders and community leaders in Southern California and Arizona is demanding that Arizona Gov. Doug Ducey “begin removal of all Confederate monuments in Arizona.”

The civil rights and community leaders, who represent the Los Angeles Urban Policy Roundtable, promise that they do not seek any “defecation” relating to the monuments.

“Removal is what we’re after, not defecation,” said Pedro Baez, president of the Arizona branch of the Los Angeles Urban Policy Roundtable, in a Saturday press advisory obtained by The Daily Caller.

“Just as we have condemned graffiti in the past, we condemn whoever did this vandalism,” Baez also said. “Our position is whoever did this should be prosecuted to the full extent of the law.”

The vandalism to which Baez refers occurred late this week when people defaced two Confederate monuments in Arizona.

One of the Confederate monuments, the Jefferson Davis Highway memorial near Gold Canyon, was covered in tar and feathers, according to the Arizona Daily Independent.

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  1. “Every record has been destroyed or falsified, every book has been rewritten, every picture has been repainted, every statue and street and building has been renamed, every date has been altered. And the process is continuing day by day and minute by minute. History has stopped. Nothing exists except an endless present in which the Party is always right.”
    George Orwell “1984”

    • NICE TRY! TRUMP is the LIAR, the purveyor of propaganda,Good example – referring to Nazis and their ilk as “good people”, shows how utterly bereft of reason and decency the POsTUS is. CLEAN THE WHITE TRASH OUT OF THE WHITE HOUSE NOW!

      • Ever notice that people on the extreme left are just really angry and full of venomous hate?
        To the point that they go into a rage over it.

        The Oracle

  2. Your comparisons are not apple to apple but they are convenient. The Confederates were in favor of slavery. There is no good reason to honor someone who fought to maintain slavery in a country with a constitution which proclaims all people to be equal. The pro-confederate movement is filled with KKK and alt-right sentiment. It is a threat to our democracy. Pancho Villa does not have a following of haters. To make the comparison is irrational.

  3. The confederate statues have been up for many years, including while Barry was President; where was the outrage, then?

    I’m not thrilled to drive downtown Tucson and see a statue of rapist and murderer, Poncho Villa on city property but I haven’t called for it to be torn down, yet. Maybe we should rethink that and give it back to Mexico. Who thought that having a statue of Poncho Villa downtown was a good idea? It’s a rhetorical question.

    History is what it was — not what the protest de jour is. The civil war is a part of history. History is a chronicle of what happened — not what we would like to claim happened. History includes the good and bad that happened. I wish Obama had never been President but he was and that’s part of history. I wish Trump would quit posting so many tweets and just go on with doing good things for America (which he has done a number of great things for America but you’ll never hear it from the lame-stream media), but he won’t. I wish Jeff Flake wasn’t such a flake, but he is and that will be shown in history.

    Should we tear down any statues of Martin Luther King or demand streets and buildings named after him be renamed because it might offend someone somewhere?

    There are a number of streets named after local politicians who certainly don’t deserve to be elevated to having streets named after them in my mind. Should I organize protests and demand those streets and buildings be renamed because I’m offended by them?

  4. Too late, its the new “in” thing to do. Deny history and make is all nice and clean. How utterly pathetic. It was a different time and place. It was in the middle of the 1860’s all you dumb people. Life and government were different then. What don’t you understand about. Nothing you say? I would agree with that. What’s next? Books?

    • There are no statues of Hitler, Himmler, Goebbels or Goering in the USA, yet my entire generation understands the HORROR of fascism. Ignorant fools who think glorifying the treason of trying to break up the union IN DEFENSE OF SLAVERY is what is PATHETIC. Nobody learns history from looking at a statue.
      BY THE WAY – several Nazis and other WS were interviewed in Charlottesville. Know what they never mentioned? The Lee statue! That’s because statuary is just an excuse to act like animals, carrying torched like the klan and chanting Nazi slogans from the 1930’s. I SUGGEST YOU TRY BOOKS! CLEARLY YOU HAVEN’T TO DATE!

  5. Just what we needed, the cross border importation of California’s political insanity brought to you by, the Arizona branch of the Los Angeles Urban Policy Roundtable. After all urban policy has been such a resounding success for decades in LA with its unsustainable population, unchecked smog, it’s huge uncountable criminal alien population, its culturally diverse gang violence. Yes, it’s no wonder a few misguided homesick transplants would want to emulate LA right here in the Arizona desert.
    And here I thought the Colorado river was a natural barrier that would save Arizona from most invasive species, those darned bridges.
    Perhaps next week we can stay boycotting and protest in front of any storage warehouses where the removed statues will be stored, after all its the right thing to do.

    The Oracle

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