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heres a example of Replacement Statues that will be on your nearby corner

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11 minutes ago, Skillet said:

It didn't take them very long to take that down, I guess they figured it eventually getting destroyed was going to create some serious violence.

so why all of a sudden it had to be removed?
seems like much of his wealth went for the good of the people and slave trading was legal back then
//Colston used his wealth to provide financial support to almshouses, hospitals, schools, workhouses and churches throughout England, particularly in his home city of Bristol.[3] He represented Bristol as its Member of Parliament from 1710–13.[4] Upon his death, he left much of his wealth to charities.//
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4 minutes ago, Saiga308snipe said:
so why all of a sudden it had to be removed?
seems like much of his wealth went for the good of the people and slave trading was legal back then
//Colston used his wealth to provide financial support to almshouses, hospitals, schools, workhouses and churches throughout England, particularly in his home city of Bristol.[3] He represented Bristol as its Member of Parliament from 1710–13.[4] Upon his death, he left much of his wealth to charities.//

 

Why? Because of feelz over facts and history. You can't have a Maoist revolution with the 4 Olds still in place.

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