Shining a Harsh Light in the Valley of the Vile Cartoons

There is a recent cartoon penned by the radical and raging Eli Valley which drips with the sort of hatred that Nazi propagandists fed on when creating their horrifying caricatures of Jewish people back in the 30’s. Clearly, this form of extreme anti-Semitism has roots that run deeper in Western culture and go much further back in history than mid-20th century Germany. And clearly Eli Valley is perfectly aware of the acidic irony involved in his vile attack on Meghan McCain. He’s the son of a conservative rabbi, (which does not mean his dad necessarily voted GOP, to be pedantic about the use of the word “conservative” in this context). But he is an extremist who is fighting his own crusade against that part of American and Western thought that disagrees with him, which happens to be a rather large part, thank God.

To see the spiritual war, if you will, which serves as a background to Eli Valley's ugly and hate-filled cartoon, you have to dive into Christian Premillennial Dispensationalism, a doctrine of biblical prophecy than leans heavily on the Book of Revelations, a part of the Bible which I intentionally am rather unfamiliar with. It is apocalyptic and filled with lurid end-of-times visions that can easily lead to crazed predictions. The Bible would be better off without it.

The upshot is that there is a belief among some (many perhaps) evangelical Christians that the return of the Jewish people to Israel is a forerunner to the final apocalypse and to all the end-of-times visions they so devoutly believe.

This is not a vision shared by many of the Jewish faith apparently, to put it mildly. So, we have an unequivocal support for Israel by evangelicals for all the wrong reasons in the eyes of many in Israel.

But beyond this background context, Eli Valley's radicalism makes Rashida Tlaib, Ilham Omar, and AOC look moderate. He hates Christian Zionists as much as he hates Trump, drawing a cartoon of the President getting intimate with a wild boar amongst caged children (presumably at the Southern border) with KKK hooded villains observing the scene from their perch in the background. That's Eli Valley folks.

So, do you ignore him? Hope he goes away? Hope he "tones down" his schtick just a touch?

Too late for that.

His cartoon of Meghan McCain is a foaming-at-the-mouth attack on any Christian for showing sympathy with Israel unless they agree with Valley's extreme radical views of how the Middle East should be interpreted. Here's a bit from a profile in Vulture in late January:

In the past, Valley had been inclined to sympathize with Zionism, the hard-to-define ideology that advocates for Jewish self-determination and has come to be synonymous with supporting the State of Israel. Now, he's probably the leading critic of Zionism in American editorial cartooning. Two things led to the change. First, after learning more about Zionism's past and present and seeing Israel take an increasingly rightward tilt, he became what he now calls a non-Zionist -- i.e., someone who doesn't define himself by the aim of destroying Zionism, but still questions it at a fundamental level.

So, he started doing ugly, angry cartoons. Like one in 2008 in which:


... he lampoons the kind of Christian Evangelicals who root for Israel out of a hatred for Arabs and a belief that Jews must retain sovereignty in the region in order to bring about Biblical Armageddon and the subsequent victory of Jesus -- as well as the Jews who accept their support. In one panel, a Christian tourist asks the prime minister of Israel, "Would you be so kind as to declare yourself king, then unmask yourself as the Antichrist?" To which the prime minister responds, "That depends. How much money do you have on you?"

You have no right to honest debate if you are a Christian Zionist in Eli Valley's world. Nor any mercy. This is very troubling, whatever one's views of The Book of Revelations and/or Pre-Millennial Dispensationalism. And even less so if you are a Republican. In Valley's twisted view:

... what I call the GOP-Nazi Party now, because of the normalizing of the latter into the former, have ignored us or have responded to our sirens with, 'Oh, but we love Israel' and it's like satire is dead."

There you have Valley's world: the GOP is a Nazi party and satire is dead. And when that's what you believe, then how can your work be anything but an act of hatred and violence? Doesn't that feel a little like a sort of end-of-times thing? Comedy is dead, there is only rage and hatred? Isn't it ironic??

Eli Valley's cartoon are hate-literature because of how he expresses his response to a complex political, and above all spiritual, question. He should be condemned as he has been by many, but never banned. This kind of stuff needs to be dragged out into the light.

Let's shine a harsh light into Eli's valley in praise of Proverbs 13:9, a rather useful founding stone for the First Amendment, among the many one can find.

Posted by Keeley at March 11, 2019 1:30 PM
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Comment #439619

Meghan McCain is an ignorant twit whose parents made her get away from her favorite “news” network and got her a job at ABC.

“the GOP is a Nazi party ”

Yes, thank you for admitting that.

The government of Israel is the most racist in their history, Netanyahu even stating that Israel is the homeland for Jews alone, which was never the position of any previous government there. He’s courting the followers of Meir Kahane for his coalition.

The “end times” in Revelation were the time of the Emperor Nero. Stupid people think they were talking about whatever time they live in, namely, nearly every century between then and now.

Posted by: ohrealy at March 11, 2019 2:35 PM
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Keeley wrote: There you have Valley’s world: the “GOP is a Nazi party” and satire is dead. And when that’s what you believe, then how can your work be anything but an act of hatred and violence? Doesn’t that feel a little like a sort of end-of-times thing? Comedy is dead, there is only rage and hatred? Isn’t it ironic??
It’s easy for certain people like Eli Valley and Ed O’hrealy and similar ilk. For example
Ed O’hrealy wrote: “the GOP is a Nazi party” - Yes, thank you for admitting that.
who excels at spewing similar nasty, racist, hateful comments.
Eli Valley is Ed O’hrealy’s hero.
Ed O’hrealy wrote: The government of Israel is the most racist in their history …
Only the government? Or, also the people that elected that government? So, is Ed O’hrealy calling all Israelis racist?

At any rate, many thanks to Ed O’hrealy and Eli Valley for being the gifts that keeps on giving.

Posted by: d.a.n at March 11, 2019 5:08 PM
Comment #439622

I never heard of Eli Valley or saw his work. Hate just doesn’t appeal to me.

However, political humor found in cartoons can be appreciated by anyone and are sometimes quite persuasive.


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Posted by: d.a.n at March 12, 2019 9:44 AM
Comment #439653

Rashida Tlaib followed and posted on a radical anti-semitic instagram account on free.palestine.1948.

Posted by: d.a.n at March 12, 2019 10:01 AM
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I’m impressed by just how far to the right GOP and conservatism have slid. I’ve commented about this movement before on WB, but never has it been more apparent. Today, they have moved so far to the right, that the center and moderates appear to be to the far left.

Democrats, liberals, and moderates would generally agree that these are the big issues that directly affect most of us: Health care and college costs. There is nothing abstract about these. Other big issues include infrastructure, Climate Change, corruption, the undue influence of money on politics, and the protection of equal rights under the law, and the national debt.

The far right has become so radicalized, so extreme, that addressing these issues is dismissed as crazy socialism. Instead, the right has become so divorced from concerns that they do not seem to care about any concrete issues, other than stoking fear of legal and illegal immigrants, Muslims, and so on.

FOX has become nothing more than a state propaganda network, a full time mouthpiece for Trump. It is so bad, Over 20 women have left in the past two years due to the misogynistic climate. There are the usual NDA’s, including an NDA that prevents the reporter who wanted to break the Stormy Daniels story from discussing how FOX killed the story because it would have hurt Trump’s chances of winning in 2016. According to multiple sources, FOX also reportedly gave Trump the questions in advance for a 2015 debate. As a result, the DNC is flatly refusing to participate in future debates, and rightly so.

Conservative and the GOP have slid so far to the right, they have literally nothing to say about the 10% increase in the national debt in just two years, or the ballooning annual deficit, or blowing up the trade deficit in such a spectacular fashion. Wow! That took some doing! They have nothing to say about infrastructure, unless we count the Wall, which we were repeatedly assured Mexico would pay for.

Trump and his supporters now turn their backs on allies, embrace dictators, look past horrific corruption (hey, at least Cindy Yang was a job creator for young women. Amiright!), overlook nepotism, spend like drunken sailors…

Trump’s budget called for $845 billion in cuts to Medicare…

They have nothing, literally nothing to offer as a solution for the costs of college…

For crying out loud, Trump is meeting people at Mar-A-Lago and no one knows who he is meeting. It is completely hidden from the public. People are literally paying Trump club fees in exchange for access to the president.

Posted by: phx8 at March 12, 2019 1:03 PM
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pdx8, see Overton Window.

“Rupert wants Donald to win”. There should be investigations into Murdoch, globalist corporatist media moghul. The reich wingers in office were too afraid of him to ever do anything.

Mar A Lago should end up belonging to the United States. Transparency? What’s that? Literally the most corrupt administration in our history, and possibly in the history of democracy.

Four countries, Brazil, China, India, and of course Russia want to change the financial system in a way that will further the far reich wing aims, and probably bankrupt The United States of America.

The US$ is considered the world’s most dominant reserve currency. The world’s need for dollars has allowed the United States government as well as Americans to borrow at lower costs.

Currently,70% of all transactions in world trade are in the US$ , 20% in euros, the rest is shared by Asian currencies, in particular, the Chinese yuan. The dollar replaced the British pound as a world reserve currency in 1944.

The dollar will be replaced as the international reserve currency by a system of three currencies: the euro, the dollar and, most likely, the yuan. Most likely, the dollar will lose the status of the world reserve currency by 2030.

Posted by: ohrealy at March 12, 2019 1:41 PM
Comment #439661

Complete partisan nonsense, Phx8.

Health care and college costs: The right holds the same free market and personal responsibility positions that they and actual Democrats have held in the past.
Universal health care, ‘free college’, and the high taxes and involuntary mandates that come with them are the extreme positions.

Climate Change: Rational, economically feasible actions so as not to harm the country, is extreme? But alarmist knee-jerk reactions that would harm the country before the world ends in 12 years, is not extreme?

Corruption: Voters will not tolerate actual corruption.

Undue influence of money on politics: Both sides pick and choose what money they think is ok or not.

Protection of equal rights under the law: The right holds the same positions as they and actual Democrats have held in our recent past.
Using identity politics to create new ‘rights’ and provide special privileges is the extreme position.

As far as the debt and all that stuff, I agree. The Republicans talk a big game, but they don’t have the guts to cut spending and actually do something about it.

As usual, you provide examples only of the right disagreeing with leftist policy, not moving further to the right.

Posted by: kctim at March 12, 2019 1:49 PM
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Ohrealy refers to the Overton Window, and that is exactly what I am talking about. The Window defines the range of acceptable public discourse about politics.

For Trump supporters, it was quite a shock when FOX attempted to attack AOC’s proposal for increasing taxes on incomes greater than $10 million. (There are 75,000 US families that fall into this category). When FOX polled, 70% of Americans approved of AOC’s tax idea.

kctim,
In a nutshell, what you are arguing is that we should do nothing about health care or college costs, and just let the free market sort it out. Correct? And that the gross corruption of the Trump administration should be… well, ignored, as if this were merely a partisan issue, rather than the most grotesquely corrupt administration in American history.

That one segment of the population should separate itself from the rest, and then denounce as identity politics everyone who does not belong to or support that separated segment.

Capitalism is like a poker game. In theory, everyone starts with an equal amount of money, a buy in. As the game progresses, one person will accumulate more and more, and use that accumulation to accumulate even more, betting so that the small stacks fail, until one person wins it all. As the game goes on, others can make additional buy-ins- (the cost of labor)- but the additional buy-ins are limited to a small amount, while the winner has amassed so much that the small stacks can be quickly destroyed.

That is capitalism without the redistribution of wealth, without estate taxes, where money can buy politicians through anonymous donations and dark money and Super-PACs.

And this is what it looks like.

Right now.

Gross corruption. Tariffs. A president charging a membership fee to his club, and then meeting people without any oversight whatsoever to see what they want. Nepotism. Ballooning deficits, and debt, and a trade deficit through the roof.

And the big distraction is that we should not look at the corrupt people who do this and blame them, but instead blame the poor people who want to enter this country, legally or illegally- brown people especially- but not Norwegians!

Posted by: phx8 at March 12, 2019 3:14 PM
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Murdoch runs the media end of things, the Kochs run the stink tanks, but their party is actually run now by professional gambling house owners:

Steve Wynn was given Monaco citizenship when he agreed to serve as outside director in Monaco QD International Hotels and Resorts Management, which is a joint venture between the governments of Monaco and Qatar. The organization buys and manages hotels in Europe, the Middle East and North America. Trmp made him finance chairman of the Rublican National Committee, and lobbied President Trmp on behalf of the Chinese government.

Sheldon Adelson, chief executive officer of Las Vegas Sands Corporation, which owns the Marina Bay Sands in Singapore, and is the parent company of Venetian Macao Limited. He has been the largest donor, of any party, in both the 2012 and 2016 presidential campaigns. September 23, 2016 he announced a $25 million donation to D-nald Trmp’s 2016 presidential campaign, making him the largest donor to the Trmp(fake billionaire/real billionaire) campaign and the largest donor in the presidential election.

Fighting the “mainstreaming” of cannabis legalization is a personal passion of Adelson.

“old Democrats were with the union and he wanted to break the back of the union, consequently he had to break the back of the Democrats”

The bidding to become Adelson’s favorite, and ultimately receive tens of millions in financial support, was informally called “The Adelson Primary”.

For the 2018 midterm elections, Adelson donated approximately $113 million to the Rublican Party through various conservative political action committees.

Adelson and his wife Miriam contributed $500,000 to the Patriot Legal Expense Fund Trust, which was set up in 2018 to assist aides of President Trmp under investigation by special counsel Robert Mueller’s probe into Russian interference in the 2016 United States elections. The contributions are the Trust’s largest to date.

Posted by: ohrealy at March 12, 2019 4:19 PM
Comment #439666

Phx8,

What I am ‘arguing’ is that the right has not moved to the extreme right like you claimed.
I personally believe that government should not have anything to do with health care or college costs, but that is not how most on the right are. They are fine with assistance and aid, just like they have been for decades now.

Nobody is suggesting that gross corruption should be ignored, sheesh. What people want is factual proof, not partisan opinions, before making up their minds. Hating Trump simply because he isn’t a social justice nut just isn’t going to cut it.

“That one segment of the population should separate itself from the rest, and then denounce as identity politics everyone who does not belong to or support that separated segment.”

Are you are claiming that the ‘evil right wing male’ has done this? Hogwash! In fact, they are about the ONLY group who has NOT done this.

Those on the right still support the same capitalism that they and actual Democrats have supported. The system without punitive tax codes and wealth confiscation. The system of personal responsibility. The system that made this country the greatest one on earth.

Transforming the country away from capitalism and into an economic system that cannot coexist with our Constitution, is the extreme position.

“And the big distraction is that we should not look at the corrupt people who do this and blame them, but instead blame the poor people who want to enter this country, legally or illegally- brown people especially- but not Norwegians!”

No, that’s only what YOU want the “big distraction” to be. In reality, our country and people, right and actual Democrats, have supported LEGAL immigration, not illegal aliens sneaking into our country. In fact, IF you guys nominate a SANE democrat who supports border security and win in 2020, you will once again support it.

As far as Norwegians? Why wouldn’t a country want immigrants who will assimilate into their culture? That also is a position that the right and actual democrats once held together.

Posted by: kctim at March 12, 2019 4:59 PM
Comment #439667

phx8 has written his litany of Trump hate, conservative hate, and capitalism hate. None of it is factual, and he doesn’t even attempt to link to facts.

As usual, we get the Liberal/Progressive/Socialist/Communist baloney about rich versus poor. We have more employed persons in the US than ever before. Wages are rising. Main Street and Wall Street are healthy.

Does the Left understand why college costs and health care costs are rising? If any of them can write an intelligent expose, without the hate, I will read it.

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Posted by: Lobo Nerd at March 12, 2019 7:08 PM
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phx8 wrote: I’m impressed by just how far to the right GOP and conservatism have slid.
Really?
But phx8 is unable (or unwilling) to see any of T H I S is an indication that the Democrats (and similar ilk) have “slid: far, far to the left.
But, that’s what happens when a person blinds themselves to the truth in this T H I S way.
Posted by: d.a.n at March 12, 2019 8:50 PM
Comment #439676

Conservative Rick Tyler- an advisor to Newt Gingrich and Ted Cruz- summarized the demise of conservatism. The conservative Republican Party used to favor free trade, support the DOJ and law enforcement, support fair treatment of immigrants and Muslims, oppose Russia, and oppose other autocrats. Now?

Following Trump, the GOP and its conservatives support tariffs. They oppose the DOJ and law enforcement, routinely cheering on attacks aimed at anyone involved in Russian counterintelligence. They chant “lock her up” at rallies and demand HRC be prosecuted for something. The movement has become anti-immigrant (legal and illegal- both Sessions and CoS Kelly wanted ZERO immigration), anti-Muslim, pro-Russian, and pro-autocrat.

The corruption is totally out of control.

Posted by: phx8 at March 12, 2019 9:34 PM
Comment #439677

But phx8 doesn’t see any of T H I S extremism, and here’s why.

Posted by: d.a.n at March 12, 2019 9:49 PM
Comment #439678

South Carolina has a black senator and a gay one, but they used to have a Democratic Senator, Hollings:

“A veteran went to college on the GI Bill, bought his house with an FHA loan, saw his kids born in a VA hospital, started a business with an SBA loan, got electricity from the TVA and later water from an EPA project. His parents on Social Security retired to a farm, got electricity from the REA and had their soil tested by the USDA. When his father became ill, the family was saved from financial ruin by Medicare, and a life was saved with a drug developed by the NIH. His kids participated in the school-lunch program, learned physics from teachers trained at an NSF program, and went to college with guaranteed student loans. He drove to work on the interstate and moored his boat in a channel dredged by Army engineers. When the floods hit, he took Amtrak to Washington to apply for disaster relief, and spent some time in the Smithsonian Museums. Then one day he got mad. He wrote his congressman an angry letter: ‘Get the government off my back! I’m tired of paying for all those programs created for ungrateful people.’”

James Sparrow:
The tax revolt began in the 1970s—before then, Americans had cited their federal income taxes as the fairest taxes they paid. The Bretton Woods economic system, created in the 1940s to govern international monetary policy—“central to how the United States projected its presence around the world, collapses after being abandoned. The legacy of that late-century breakdown and the contradictions that seeded it persist in today’s politics, Sparrow said, as Hollings’s allegory demonstrates. “Our problem is that we live in an age where the legitimation crisis never ended. And we’re still dependent on the state. And in fact, because of the nature of Americanism and entitlement, everyone becomes more and more dependent on the state and more and more resentful of other groups that are dependent on the state.”

A new book about the history of politics in the South may be helpful to those who were born yesterday:

Southern Nation
Congress and White Supremacy after Reconstruction
Bateman, Katznelson, Lapinski

The central paradox of southern politics was how such a highly diverse region could be transformed into a coherent and unified bloc—a veritable nation within a nation that exercised extraordinary influence in politics. This book shows how this unlikely transformation occurred in Congress, the institutional site where the South’s representatives forged a new relationship with the rest of the nation. Drawing on an innovative theory of southern lawmaking, in-depth analyses of key historical sources, and congressional data, Southern Nation traces how southern legislators confronted the dilemma of needing federal investment while opposing interference with the South’s racial hierarchy, a problem they navigated with mixed results before choosing to prioritize white supremacy above all else.

Southern Nation reveals how southern members of Congress gradually won for themselves an unparalleled role in policymaking, and left all southerners—whites and blacks—disadvantaged to this day. At first, the successful defense of the South’s capacity to govern race relations left southern political leaders locally empowered but marginalized nationally. With changing rules in Congress, however, southern representatives soon became strategically positioned to profoundly influence national affairs.

Posted by: ohrealy at March 12, 2019 10:00 PM
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phx8 wrote: The corruption is totally out of control.
Yes, I T is (mostly by Democrats) Posted by: d.a.n at March 12, 2019 10:09 PM
Comment #439682
Ed O’hrealy wrote: A new book about the history of politics in the South may be helpful to those who were born yesterday:
Ed O’hrealy is determined to prove non-Democrats are nasty, racist, and hateful, but how does Ed O’hrealy explain all of T H I S, and the following, in which Democrats:
  • (1) sought to continue slavery (source: www.britannica.com/topic/Democratic-Party);
  • (2) created the KKK (source: en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ku_Klux_Klan);
  • (3) created Jim Crow laws (source: en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Jim_Crow_laws);
  • (4) and imposed racial segregation (source: en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Southern_Democrats).
and today, not much has changed, because the Democrats are now … Posted by: d.a.n at March 12, 2019 10:27 PM
Comment #439683

The US Mafia has never had a better friend in a higher place than two-term Rublican president, Richard M. Nixon. Nixon bought his “Florida White House” getaway in Key Biscayne at fire sale prices from Donald Berg, a mob-affiliated broker and associate of Nixon’s close friend and Mafia hanger-on, Charles, “Bebe” Rebozo. One of the most infamous, though lesser-known acts, of Nixon’s presidency was his 1971 pardon of the same Jimmy Hoffa Robert Kennedy had worked so hard to put behind bars.

Al Capone was a Rublican, as was Enoch Johnson of Atlantic City, his sometimes business partner. Don McGahn’s family are his successors in New Jersey. Kellyanne Conway’s grandfather, Jimmy “The Brute” DiNatale, was another New Jersey organized crime figure.

Posted by: ohrealy at March 12, 2019 11:12 PM
Comment #439684

HHMMmmm … it appears Democrats are more corrupt, based on the 4 items above, and the following:

  • U.S. federal officials convicted of corruption offenses: 60% are Democrats.
  • Voter fraud convictions: 81% are Democrats (Voter Fraud database [1979 to 2018]).
  • And today, Democrats (despicably) pretend there is no crisis at the border, despite 2,000 homicides per year by criminal non-citizens.

Posted by: d.a.n at March 12, 2019 11:47 PM
Comment #439706

Phx8,

Demanding fairness does not mean one no longer supports free trade.
Those on the right are protested and attacked by leftists for their support of law enforcement.
Rewarding illegal aliens is not fair treatment of anybody. Controlling who comes into our country is not unfair treatment or anti anything.
Trying to have stable relations with dangerous leaders does not mean one no longer opposes them.
Campaign slogans have always been.
Politicians should be held accountable for their lawlessness, especially when it deals with classified information.

This narrative that the left is trying to push, simply is not true. IF it was, you would be able to support your claims with facts instead of generalizations and stereotypes.

Posted by: kctim at March 13, 2019 8:05 AM
Comment #439710
phx8 has already stated the following: “As for immigration, I would be fine with open borders”.
Why? For more votes, money, and power.
Posted by: d.a.n at March 13, 2019 9:06 AM
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phx8 wrote…
WHhaa WHHhhaaaaa !
Posted by: d.a.n at March 13, 2019 9:13 AM
Comment #439712

phx8, Ed O’hrealy, and j2t2 hypocritically ignore all of T H I S corruption, which far exceeds the corruption and depravity of any political party in the history of the United States of American.
The majority of Americans will figure it out, because what Democrats have done in the past, and what they offer today is racism, irrational hatred of anyone that disagrees with them, and failure.

Posted by: d.a.n at March 13, 2019 9:23 AM
Comment #439717

If Americans stole the land from Indians, how was France able to sell the Louisiana Territory to the U.S.?

Posted by: Weary Willie at March 13, 2019 10:21 AM
Comment #439718

Because France stole it from the Indians first, and then sold it to the U.S. for $15 Million.

Posted by: d.a.n at March 13, 2019 10:28 AM
Comment #439725

“Al Capone was a Rublican”

LOL…

Hilter was a National Socialist.

Posted by: Royal Flush at March 13, 2019 3:22 PM
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The U.S. didn’t steal anything then. I’m glad we’ve got that cleared up.

Posted by: Weary Willie at March 13, 2019 5:42 PM
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Posted by: d.a.n at March 14, 2019 7:51 AM
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Some are saying we should give back the lands we’ve taken from the native Americans. I disagree.

The would never be able to protect the land we give back to them.

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