17 Burst results for "robert ely"
"robert ely" Discussed on Pod Save the People
"So yesterday when much of the country was taking the day off in commemoration of one of America's civil rights heroes. If not the most well-known civil rights hero, Dr Martin Luther King junior there two states that use the day is not paternity to simultaneously. Celebrate confederate general Robert Ely and those two states are Alabama and Mississippi, and if you need to reminder, despite what your textbooks may have said robbery was not an honorable man or a reluctant hero who simply fighting for the rights of his home state of Virginia as he's often described in our popular American memory imagination. He is. In fact, a man who conducted slave hunts a free black Americans his man who massacred black union soldiers who tried to surrender during the war innocence. He is a man who led a treasonous army to fight a war with the intention of maintaining expanding the practice of human bondage against black people. There's no way to honor him without honoring a history that was committed to the project of chattel slavery in white supremacy. Just like full stop. So I think that's important to know. Just because I always struck by healthy people are aware that that is something that happens in also just quickly. I think it's really important for us to remember the whole Listrik legacy of Dr king is important to remember him beyond a single line in a single payer graph of one speech on one day. It is important to remember that he believed in guaranteed employment and universal basic income guaranteed. Income should not just be used to provide for the most basic needs of survival. But should actually reduce economic inequality. The believed in the fundamental redistribution of wealth. He is someone who understood that racism and capitalism were deeply intertwined he said, quote, negroes must not only have the right to go into any establishment open to the public, but they must also be absorbed into our economic system in such a manner that they can afford to exercise that right? So he has this profound in Alice's of the relationship between racism capitalism, and he also understood the larger global context of inequality. He was deeply concerned with how imperialism in colonial. Eliza shaped the political economic landscape of global south insisting that people who lived in wealthy countries like ours have the resources and scientific knowledge available to eliminate poverty wherever it existed in that we simply have made a choice not to and that there was a moral obligation to institute, you know, what is essentially the equivalent Marshall plan in countries throughout Africa and Asia and South America, all of these other places that have suffered at the hands of western imperialism. The summary is Robbie leaves trash, and Dr king is more than a single line in a dream speech Clinton. It's not just Robert Lee's birthday is being celebrated but in five states, they actually celebrate confederate history month in April. So Alabama, Florida, Louisiana, Mississippi and Texas and in Georgia they had celebrated up until Dylann roof killed a black church goers in twenty fifteen they decided to stop celebrating confederate history month. But in five states they? Celebrate it. So this is something that is not just a day, but many states have dedicated an entire month to celebrating the confederacy in all of the hate and racism that stands for and just as a reminder. This is what we mean when we say there are not two sides to oppression. You can't both sides issue like racism, it's not that you either like Dr king and went to celebrate him or you like genocide enslavement family separation raping, black, women, etc. Etc. And you choose celebrate robbery. Lee win MLK holiday was handed down as a federal mandate. There were southern states. That said, okay, we'll some people aren't going going to want to celebrate Martin Luther King. So let's give them another option. So that I can keep those folks happy, and they can keep voting for me that kind of strategy is what provides a foundation for the idea that you can just have a different opinion about oppression. Instead of understanding what the facts are. This is a reminder that there are a host of stay. It's have laws prohibit the removal of the statue. So in Alabama in twenty seventeen George in the early twentieth century, Mississippi, two thousand four Carolina twenty teen South Carolina, two thousand Tennessee, twenty thirteen Virginia nineteen to there are hosted places that have these laws that make it almost impossible to move a center statues.
"robert ely" Discussed on Kickass News
"Go to the days of Robert E leeann division and corps, commanders were under fire, and so's Robert Ely nowadays, you have to make a conscious effort, but I think it's just as important as ever now if you were to include. Your own biography and leaders myth and reality. What do you think that theme of your chapter might be? Yeah, that's a great one. I I think it is that the most interesting part of my personal experience was the transformation J sock as we changed an organization the nature of it. I think that it would have been about somebody who pushed a change really hard. But didn't do the change themselves. I get credit for being this transformational leader what I was was a person who was part of a team that created a transformation in my contribution was to create an environment in which that transformation could and would occur and creating an ecosystem nurturing it and whatnot. I never had the right answer. I never was smart enough. But I was lucky enough to recognize people around me could figure out the right answer. And I was had enough humility to know that somebody else had the right answer. Let's go with it. Yeah. Of enjoyed talking. To you before we go. I don't want to ask you if you have any interest in politics. But is there any scenario down the line where you could see yourself running for office never been an ambition of mine. I'm at a point now where I think American politics or a crisis leaderships at a crisis. I think American politics or crisis. And so I don't want any American to say that they won't be a part of it. I don't want any American to say they won't vote because they don't care that they wouldn't serve that they won't run for office because we're really at an all hands on deck moment. Well, I enjoyed the book it's called leaders myth and reality, I highly recommended folks general Stanley mcchrystal it's been an honor. Thanks for talking with me kind head me. Thank you..
"robert ely" Discussed on This Is Success
"For general Stanley mcchrystal. This is success. I want the company the organization to be confident in themselves. If I got hit by a car, they'd say, we're going to miss stand. But guess what? In his honor. We're gonna move forward mcchrystal lead America and satellites in the war in Afghanistan before retiring as a four star general in two thousand ten he revolutionized the joint special operations command j sock and he's best known for taking out the leader of Qaeda in Iraq. Crystal just published a book called leaders myth and reality he explains how revisiting the legacy of confederate general Robert E Lee helped him realize it was time to redefine leadership. I grew up figuratively. Speaking with Robert Lee grew up in Virginia. I grew up in northern Virginia not far from his boyhood home, and I went to Washington high school, and then when I got seventeen I went to West Point as Robert Lee hit, and when you go to West Point, you don't. Escape properly. I lived in the barracks there were paintings property. And while every other leader at West Point is famous and taught he special and then when I got older, and I was retired. And I had this picture that my wife had given me forty years before my wife had paid twenty five dollars for when I was a second Lieutenant and hung it proudly number set of quarters we ever had because for me it represented. This is what I believe when someone came into my quarters, they'd seal robbery lead. Those are the values that he believes it, and I was proud of that. Then after Charlottesville in my wife, any we'd been married forty years at the time. She goes, I think you ought to get rid of that picture. And my first response was you gave it to me. Honey, I can never get rid of that. And she says now, and I said, well why? And she says, I think it's communicating something you don't think it is. And I said, what do you mean, he was general officer? He just did his thing. He was a military guy out of politician or something she said, you may think that but people in our home may not think that they may think you're trying to communicate something deeper white supremacy and all those things so one morning, I took it down literally threw it away. And it was it was a pretty emotional moment for me. And then as we started writing this book and we'd already begun the initial work. I realized I couldn't write a book about leadership. I wrote about Robert Ely. And I knew that was dangerous because robbery Lee become a controversial character. There's a part of American society that is just passionate in his defense part of it that is passionate against him. And everybody's going gonna weigh in. But you know, I'd grown up with Robert Ely. Both as a person in my mind, but also is an ideal and just recently I walked down just to walk the distance between his childhood home and the slave trading house in Alexandria, Virginia. Which was the second busiest slave trading house in the United States. And this is where northern African Americans were bought some Friedman were were captured, but others were bought from farms that were profitable and shipped to the deep south where cotton was so profitable. And so it was right in front of him. It was ten blocks from his home..
"robert ely" Discussed on 860AM The Answer
"Who is incredible. You drank a little bit too much correction and earlier tweet misidentified the general President Trump described as incredible at a rally in Ohio. It was general Ulysses s grant not general Robert E Lee and attach video clip lack the full context for the trumping Mark you look at. It also gave you. A general. Who was incredible? He drank a little bit too much. You know what I'm talking about? Now regarding calling Robert Ely. Incredible. Because I'm sure many in the media also took on Bridget that. There's a piece we're gonna put up on Larry elder dot com. Call attack on Robert E Lee is attack is an assault on American history itself. And it's written by a man named Allan brownfield brownfield is a. Lawyer author served on staff of US Senate house of representatives also staff of the office of the vice president. Here's what he writes about Lee. Quote, everyone knows at least surrender to grant at apple Matic's, effectively ended the civil war. What few remember today is the real heroism of Robert E Lee. By surrendering. He was violating the orders, given by Jefferson Davis, the elected leader of the confederacy. Talks about how Lee wanted to continue the war as a guerilla war. And. Lee refused. This direct order. Quote, Davis had called on the confederacy to ship from a conventional war to a dynamic guerrilla war of attrition designed to wear down the north and force it to conclude that keeping the south in the union would not be worth the pain and the ongoing sacrifice. But Robert E Lee knew the war was over. If it were not for Robert E Lee decision, not to blindly follow irrational instructions to keep fighting a guerrilla war indefinitely, the surrender at EPA Matic's never would have taken place in our nation's history would have been far different end of quote. How many times have you heard? From grade school. It was a great tactician and that early on in the war. He was winning battle after battle after battle. And as President Trump just now said the commander in chief ABRAHAM LINCOLN was frustrated kept trying to find somebody that that could beat Lee. And grant had finished the bottom of his class was preceded the drunk in the famous story is when Abe Lincoln was told about about Lee's drinking. He said find out what he's drinking in order a case for the rest of my generals.
"robert ely" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM
"Is incredible. He drank a little bit too much. You know what I'm talking about? Right. So Robert E Lee was a great general. And ABRAHAM LINCOLN developed a phobia, he couldn't beat Robert E Lee, he was going crazy. I don't know if you know this, but Robert Ely was winning battle after battle after battle and ABRAHAM LINCOLN said, I can't speak Robert E Lee. And he had all of these generals. They look great. They were the top of their class at West Point. They were the greatest people. There's only one problem. They didn't know how to hell the win. They didn't know how to fight. They didn't know how. That's what NBC ran and put out the story that here's President Trump praising. Robert E Lee. Well, that's that's not really how it went. What NBC did? He's just absolutely positively horrible. Let me pick it up with him talking about Robert E Lee, and then I'll let it continue the full clip, and he had all of these generals. They look great. They were the top of their class at West Point. They were the greatest people. There's only one problem. They didn't know how to how to win. They didn't know how to find. They didn't know how and one day. It was looking really bad. And like, you just said you hardly knew his name. And they said don't take him. He's got a drinking problem. And I said, I don't care what problem as you. Guys are winning. And his.
"robert ely" Discussed on AM Joy
"Citizens who really care about what's going on, what racial inequality in this country that is what they're talking about, but what does he do? He says, be quiet and play. You're getting paid a lot of money to do that. So why don't you just do that? And so that is the problem with this president and and it's not just entertainers and black players. It is also black figures just in general, and he, he uses it by saying things like attacking IQ's right, attacking, what is it? What is it that you're upset about? You have everything that you can possibly need. And the last thing I'll say on this point job than is that this week we, we remember the birthdays of Michael Brown who would have been twenty two years old this week, and also Stefan Clark would have been twenty four years old this week, both killed by police officers and never have gotten their families haven't gotten any type of, you know, any type of satisfaction or or. Or anything for their deaths and and this is what NFL players, black players, black people who are speaking up against this racial inequality are talking about their lives, and let's keep in mind. It was in the death of Philander Casteel in Minnesota that moved Colin Kaepernick to do his very public protests mainly let me bring you in here to get your response. But before we do that, we have to show this clip from your documentary stone goes in the south. Let's watch that and then talk about it on the other side. Charlotte, having to Charlottesville someone was killed some machete at someone else's beaten up. This is a prize you when you see that people are at bad, Vera Lynn about their support and defense of Robert Lee and the rest? Well, they're not the ones that started defending, yes, I can understand that, but they're not the ones that started had the people wanted to tear down a beautiful monument. It wouldn't have. So it's the counter protesters while I think one thing that has been lost in all this, we know Heather hires death and we mourn her collectively, right, and we see the divisions, but this all started over Robert Ely people came out in defense of this statue. I wanted to go back down to the south to better understand what this deep connection was all about because we knew that it was always about more than just a monument. So went to Virginia and Kentucky in Alabama and Mississippi, and spent time with the descendants of competitive veterans and what these idols. These mine was mean to them, but also on the other side, black folks who have to walk in the shadow of these statues ancestors of the enslaved to talk about this complicated disturbing history, but also how it resumes today. Because when you talk to folks Bill, every other reason besides slavery for the civil war, they'll talk about all the pinpoints of the loss 'cause that it wasn't about slavery as we're actually kind of happy. And it was about defending virtue of this antebellum south right. And so there's a lot of mythology in romance, but at every turn people are engulfed in this sense of history, fifteen hundred confederate monuments across the country. Their schools named after him. It's hard to travel the south at all without crossing Jefferson Davis highway, at least once in their knee deep in. Yeah, I mean, I had to go to my old car dealership on Jefferson Davis highway to go get it repaired, which called me every time since you mentioned the number of confederate Mon monuments that are there. We have this graphic where today there are more than seventeen hundred confederate monuments that remain in public spaces at since Charleville one hundred thirteen of those confederate symbols have been renamed or removed across the United States. I want to absence. You brought up Tremaine Heather, hire her mother, Susan, bro. Understandably has been more public this week because it's the anniversary of Charlottesville and she gave an interview to MSNBC on Friday. Let's take a look at that. Can you talk at all about it, whether you think the president has helped or hurt progress in Charlottesville. I, I personally couldn't say one way or the other. I can tell you what David Duke and. Richard Spencer and Jason Kessler. And I believe Matthew high Bach have even said, and that is that the current administration has given them the go-ahead, giving them a thumbs up, giving them a wink in a nod. That's their words. Not mine, Tim, I mean, isn't that the issue here?.
"robert ely" Discussed on Cape Up with Jonathan Capehart
"And in many ways, a lot of people because they didn't feel welcome. And when he said that to me, he asked me to think about it. I started thinking about it, and the short thing is we came to the conclusion after a long public process. They she came down, but he is actually the one that kind of put in my mind. You really have to think about this. You have to understand that you have to know about it and if you deserve it appropriately, then I you friend asking you to do what you need to do to make sure that you cost correct. What was clearly been a historical error and make the city of New Orleans if you believe she's open and welcoming a place that actually reflects that in her public square. And let's be clear. So you talked about who Robert Ely is, and most people know who he is. Most people know who Jefferson Davis Jefferson Davis was president of the confederacy Pierre goose. Stav to Tom Beauregard row quickly. Who is he? He GT Beauregard youngest. Another confederate he was from New Orleans actually, and he was a confederate general that that fought in in the war of the states and he fought on behalf of the confederacy. He was one of the three. Now, the reason these three monuments which owes because those are the three that will put them in by the way for people that don't remember much of this history. They weren't put up right after the civil war, many, many, many years later, sometimes in into the nineteen hundreds. They will put up by the daughters of the confederacy purposefully as a result of something called the cult of the loss. 'cause that's not my term. It's the term that they use the loss cause was the confederacies cause to have a better place for people to live in the purpose of maintaining slavery. And so you know, I just thought that as a matter of course, for the country as we as we move further ahead, I happen to believe that we're better together. I don't think that. We've ever had a really good comfortable discussion about race. The way that most white people have a discussion about races while we had the revolution, then we had the civil war and then we had the civil rights movement. Okay. That's good with done with that because we elected a black president. That's generally the depth of the discussion that we have about it. And it's if you have just spent some time talking to your African American fellow Americans about whether or not that is sufficient way to discuss that they will say no. And I just think that on race, what I've learned over time since the time that I was born until today is that you can't go around it. You can't go over to can't go to. You actually have to go through it and talk through it so that can be some reconciliation. And we really haven't had that. We're getting better at it as John Lewis. My hero says he is evidence as President Obama that we've made tremendous progress, but it's not. It's not. It is clear to me that we're not where we need to be, and we have to continue to talk about and get better at it before. The monument that was removed was the monument honoring the white league, which the southern poverty Law Center. I believe James, James Lewin called that monument quote the most overtly racist icon to white supremacy in the United States. This particular monument was called the liberty monument, and it was tucked away memorial had tried to take down a federal judge prohibited from doing it because some because at the time, the court opined that it was going to protect history and I wanted to take that one down particularly because that was a monument that was put up to honour the clan. It was put up to honour the people that killed police officers who apart of a multiracial police force that we're trying to put a riot in the late eighteen hundreds. And I just didn't want that anywhere in my city..
"robert ely" Discussed on Throwing Shade
"This was thinking driving through i mean we've always thought this been driving the south and essentially it'd be like going through vienna and seeing statues of aikman do you know what i mean or like hitler and that's driving to the south and seeing statues of like robert ely it's it's like like that it should be every around every corner in the south should be like here's where this person was lynched and killed for this reason here's where this person was tortured to death here's this person did it that we don't even know how many people might be buried here bubba instead what you get are statues of people who fucking started shitting zach and so did sort of made me recognizable like at least vienna has i think they have a ways ago probably but they've come a long way in terms of like we're going to show you all the time how badly we fucked up even though again all over europe all over america nationalism antisemitism it's all on the rise homophobia everything eight so i wanted to i like the one of the discussions i have with my grandpa is because hughes a korean war vet brace he was alive is example where any any any statues or anything talking about japanese interment camps but we don't acknowledge it especially in california we just don't around every fucking corner is just just like like no no we we don't do anything wrong in birds at it and that's the brand i guess is don't forget in them repeat doing a hate going ovation and then coming back here and shitting on america because i have to say like this is as shitty as america is it still is a land of opportunity in the ways that other countries are designed differently i felt this fucked up contract the same way when i went to london and when i went to ireland which is that all the shit all the wealth all the castles everything there was built on the backs of american slaves on some level that's where that money came from even if you're in another country and you're doing business with the united states like one of the persons one of the castles i went to that was like insane like billionaire style stuff was built off of the fortunes of a cotton importer that person made money off them for most of the major churches in vienna were donated with by a lot of that money was funded by juice so that they could then become city citizens of austria and then whoever was running shoe it'd be like a we owe you money no actually you can't be a citizen and we're keeping the money and that was just how it went so it was it was really listen that's my favorite kind of trip is to have a great cultural experience like that and then go home and watch rock of love on hulu before about every night which is what i did why that show because it popped up on my like every every night before i went to sleep i would watch some of rock of love and it is a shock that that show ever aired it's it's alive and in hung horrible no watch watching my computer no my choice all the way you got an i the only other was to watch big bang theory german which i wasn't up for i have to say watching stuff american tv isn't that so tasso so heehaw humor but ill loving i remember when i was with my grandma ivan grandma that i'm estranged from her show not mine who called me slut remember this jamaica yet but i remember one night i was really upset and.
"robert ely" Discussed on KSCO 1080
"Well i forgot my sunggal lagged his today sean only half cool hear us where we got the well hidden further down the home stretch will folks i don't know any more because i just feel like it's done h done whatever's going to happen is going to happen now the dis cashed i think these educated morale these uh not love them in our but but there they're just pathetic they're just really pathetic their kids mostly being uh you know used khandan used by people who too who are telling them they're being conned by the good people and now people who don't care about him at all you know like black people automatically hate trump dramatically against but if he builds at wall it's gonna save millions of black jobs they don't realize that their believe in what they told by the shame ole tired stinky leaders that have used them in con them i manipulated them and done almost nothing for them all through the decades but they still think it you know they still think democrats are good and republicans are bad and are tearing down statues of these evil slave owners and so on all of them were democrats then you got the dixiecrats tried to keep it all alive with a lynchings and all that there were all democrats robert ely was a democrat showa as nothing you can do about it it jake neurons nothing we can do about it it's a it's sad but i would like to do something gene kind a happier better you know not always worry well i could moon let's play in archie sean you gotta you got the archie song sandy handy were what are we got let's player let's play the lonely cricket you got the lonely cricket they're not jaeshin searching this is what i was doing against orders yeah i mean who went to a lakes together would you make deal what it wanted to be greg it i didn't tell did a giant ju back hit that loudly oh what i should have made them the debate is sound better.
"robert ely" Discussed on AM 1590 WCGO
"That and i thought that was great that he had the wisdom to do that because i thought that that was a great move it was a humble move and i think if we react a little bit more like that in those types of situations we can defuse something really fast and then bring it down to what the common goal here is in the common goal let's hope with a little education in this country maybe the common goal could be just to preserve our rights the godgiven rights we have as united states citizens rather than getting into these little core little focused little things regarding our group my group well we are all a big group and so and so we have to worry about that and i know that when we fought for this country to be this country i know that that was part of the deal was that we were all focused on the liberty for each other not necessarily with many focused on other things and so i liked that i thought that was really good and and here we go breaking news you know had tipped to carl i robert ely high school beginning the year two thousand eighteen two thousand nineteen gene it wants to change have an a a name change because it's rubber daily or going about this kind of junk and is this amazing to me that were not more educated than this yeah it accomplishes nothing here's a school district petitioning petitioning northeast independent school district petitioning.
"robert ely" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM
"Wcbmcom are not necessarily those of the owners management employers and advertisers of wcbm but they should be first of all he showed talk radio six as wcbm dealer jim emails as soon as classic the paper today reported there were four shootings in baltimore three of them fatal organises some folks didn't hear that they can flirt statues are gone young wrong apparently because now that they've removes the statues i thought that things would be significantly better for people in baltimore city of the murders would stop parents who now just kind of shove the kids out the door and don't care whether the go to school or not will show short for pt meetings and apparent conferences dance will stay with mommsen moms will not have babies until there are at least eighteen lumber 14yearold moms walking around i guess and has worked out quite the way they wanted to by the way our i heard there sean of frank clark up this morning and i oppose us i'm a couple of minutes i do have an idea for one of the universally should replace all of the statues that are currently in hiding i if i recall correctly comes from humira few has put them all in witness protection so it could be that you're you're going to the rural farms or the wall while later on today and gobi this bronze person behind the counter it's not robert ely i just want to know this and if it is please don't mention it witness protection is a very secret thing here in this country bunch of idiots his shook talkradio six eighty wcbm where is last week of dissent of i'm gonna play the powerball that's it i'm play the powerball i'm getting rich so we played saturday onenothing love matched to numbers for last night's powerball that i bet ten bucks.
"robert ely" Discussed on WJNT 1180 AM
"The the the ist bordering yes the whole the trust which means northeast side independent school district yes that soon instead italian northeast attitudes w they voted seven two nothing to change the name from robert ely high school we generally speaking rosier wsb police in high school two something else reload it's going to be a and the new story today the follow up today is that it'll be easy to take down the statue stature robbery lee out in front of the school be easier to change the marquee out front easy to treat the sign of the school but for everything else that it involves including uniform zoom and i would gifts stationery in just down the line the number i'm hearing today is this gonna cost a million dollars to change than a year that was when the stories we had today's matteroffact a million dollars now what i said about this and will continue to say because this is how i feel about it i'll make this very simple i think that individual cities should decide and by cities i mean the voters in the cities should decide whether these monuments like a travis parking san antonio there is a humongous statue which way up in the sky of a confederate soldiers any generic confederate soldiers and there there have been some rallies by the side of that sorry to you to keep the statute you're the statute ever i think it should be up to a vote and look at the city council decides in a blue city like say the tokyo and it's very liberal council right now with an extremely liberal mayor you're going to see that statue go away now let me say it again if the city's decide that the statue should go away the commemoration should go away the memorial should go away i don't think they should be destroyed like they didn't charlotte i think they should be taken to a place from that can be observed where people can read about them learn about them be educated on them and find out why they even exist what we refuse to do so far when it comes to these monuments to these statues to the eu's memorials and commemorations is we have refused for some reason to figure out who put him up why they're up there.
"robert ely" Discussed on Did She Say That with Sonnie Johnson
"It was that comet that machel say but walk knows that we are going to have to make sacrifices we are going to have to change our conversation we are going to have to change our traditions our history we're going to have to move in a different place as a notice sean change their history out of that were on can i stop poland nasim statues i mean becker cells like home those those alternative facts now way those were leslie egnot this is this is this shit that we cover all they sit this plan out now everything you see now you remember we did this show wide told you um they they want this revolution and they want black people to be out front and now the revolution is starting because they're trying to what protect black people we nassau and out but they want to protect us so so the revolution is being based on the fact that um they're protecting black people do you remember who we covered their here on this she seda on you protect it from the ghost of robert ely of course you do those you know that but we covered all that do you remember we we did this show about symbolism and how to use at a use symbolism distal shutdown conversation now worth lift worst worthless and useless it is to hint your entire argument on any form was symbolism and that to be able to retort with historical fact they hit the symbolism that is thrown at you like these are the issues that we have cover week after week after week on did she say that none other intelligence people were talking about this none of your why republicans or white conservative none of them would saleh you'd is shit.
"robert ely" Discussed on WHO NewsRadio 1040 AM
"I don't know i can't tell you i'm sure senator mccain wants to know what he's talking about but when you say the all too right the final right to me you define it king excuse me what about the altleft they came charging at the as you say the ultraright do they have any semblance of guilt let me ask you this what about the fact that came charging that they came charging with clubs in a hand swinging clubs do they have any problem i think they do concerned that was a horrible horrible day wait a minute i'm not finished i'm not finish fake news that was a horrible day saint i watched those very closely much more closely than you people watched it and you have you had a group on one side there was bad and you had a group on the other side that was also very violent and nobody wants to say that but i'll say it right now a group you had a group on the other side that came charging in without a permit and they were very very violent will you call the left is the same as neonazis i'll those people all of those people excuse me i've condemned neonazis i've condemned many different groups but not all of those people were neonazis felipe me not all of those people were white whitesupremicist by any stretch those to protest the taking down of his statue roberty lay so excuse me and you take a look at some of the groups and you see and you know it if you're honest reporters which in many cases you're not but many of those people were there to protest the taking down of the statue of roberty lee so this week it's robert ely i noticed that stonewall jackson's coming down i wonder is george washington jim next week and is the thomas jefferson the week after you really do have to ask yourself where does it stop were there to protest excuse me you take a look the night before they were there to protest the taking down of the.
"robert ely" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM
"Now was never problem what do you think about of statues of ulysses s grant as opposed to robert ely i mean you know to these you can see why people would put up a statue of ulysses ekstrand right yeah well you know war erased got artist on friday vetter order marred whereas i agree i see them all as killers and and there's no difference between them in my editor at an awkward the big thing is warrior rose i kinda see it all is history and i'm trying to get you try to try to get a clear picture here as to what the you know blisters early other people think i just look at it as like well you know i'm from the south i'd rather says stature to harriet tubman i would some you know sure i think you should be able to fundraise for that statue and i'm willing to give you the first seed money to make the product come within wear one of them placed on government property that's where you get all these angry pr government employees like all of the more government they have plenty of steady they have plenty of minors to our whites a person gig you've got to dc for me give you have a whole mall of white supremacists tax you sit up there so you're saying that every like the lincoln memorial the jefferson memorial and i can't learning the veterans to white supremacy barbed wire we i mean lincoln was no friend to to blacks he only use them as a tool to keep the union together union care i would say reserve segregate he was you he was an abolitionist i mean that much is clear from his writings but he was the he was detained because it was politically militant karabakh likely little i think he didn't want to see them enslaved but he certainly didn't wanna see them in the country either he said he didn't care either way as long as he could have his in this most important thing to him was the preservation of the union's different the not carrying than have a you know a greater goal i would have to pull off the quits everybody should read the second inaugural address from lincoln and it you'll probably find it i open ing but.
"robert ely" Discussed on 1410 WDOV
"Don't know exactly what it means but you know that's the the concern because it's pretty clear that the cultures between these two groups of white people that were fighting last night is pretty different but jesus let me ask you this are you bothered by statues of like rob really i mean i don't know that there's that many of them running around in the south but i imagine there's probably a handful of them do they bother you never never really thought about it gives the rigoberta bitter thinking about it it would probably your if i give me pause yup yup yup wonder whether he's where we put these people ups heroes whether you the intel squares ways because that's what america was built on us is and now they're america is moving away from that now is never problem what do you think about of statues of ulysses s grant as opposed to robert ely demean you know kitties you can see why people would put up a statue of ulysses s grant right yeah well you know war he roast not artist on friday noel vetter order mart whereas i agree i see them all as killers and there's no difference between them it might be more euros you know i kind of see it all is history and i'm trying to get you a trying to trying to get a clear picture here as to what you know blesses early other people think i just look at it is like well you know i i'm from the south i'd rather says statute of harriet tubman i would some you know pure i think you should be able to fundraise for that statue and i'm willing to give you the first seed money to make the problems come within wear one of them placed on government property that's where you get all these angry pr government employees lease like all of the more government they have prettiest is they have plenty of monuments are whites white supremacy gig you've got.
"robert ely" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM
"Another thing you think what will being oppressed in the catholic old gladly tained freights giving him for just one day rail prison feels like i would like why don't without i like and i would think that it would take more than a day to really get a feel for it no i give him a i give i wanted to give him twelve hours i i'd like to try it but i wish i you know i wish i knew how to do this i mean i've i've heard of these sort of makeup things i've never seen really sort of good evidence the sort of the camera evidence for this what are your lack face what the data that precisely what happens listen be in black you ignore the stuff that we ignore arrogate most of the risk of handle you just is it has become such a part of your your your whole life you just ignore so much that we just have to jess to exist stepped the week normal no i look what facts you could and it is come beefing roses people are in your look at his wrist in where you just to get it as way people are and then he could at twelve hours against whoever else perhaps you want us of geared to unique glad to be back in it whiteskinned bureau pressed as white man yeah i think that what is his complaint there is is that you know essentially and white culture is being undermined or something to that effect whatever the hell that means he i i i don't know exactly what it means but that's the the concern because it's pretty clear that the cultures between these two groups of white people that were fighting last night is pretty different but jesus let me ask you this are you bothered by statues of like robert ely i mean i don't know that there's that many of them running around and in the south but i imagine there's probably a handful of them do they bother you never before the vatican and as the middleburg bitter thinking about it it would probably year probably give me pause yup yup you have to wonder whether he's where it but these people up as heroes whether you the intel squares ways is because that's what america was built on it with your is in matter america is moving away from that.