Fox Information Weighs In On The Nice Statue Debate, Defends The Path Of Tears

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22 thoughts on “Fox Information Weighs In On The Nice Statue Debate, Defends The Path Of Tears

  1. I understand maybe putting statues in a museum for the sake of history and knowledge, however you really don't get those things from the statues themselves. They're not necessary to understand the past.

  2. If there is going to be a statue of FDR, put up a statue of him sitting in a WHEELCHAIR behind his Oval Office desk, because it would be so empowering to the disabled rights and autistic/neurodivergent rights people! It’s more realistic, and it would showcase the fact that he transformed the landscape of our nation and led the nation FROM A WHEELCHAIR!

  3. As a bit of a history buff myself, I'm fine with having statues because, honestly, I like them.
    In the case of statues of people like, say for example, Nathan Bedford Forrest, a Confederate General who has a statue in Memphis, take them down, but put them up in a museum.

    The argument the Right always has to taking them down is that "people need to learn our history."

    Well, if you put them in a museum, people can learn our history, and they aren't being deified in the public square when they actively worked against what is claimed to be the mantra of America: Freedom for All.

  4. Why do conservative people from New York/New Jersey/ Connecticut cry for the confederacy as if they have a personal connection to it? I’m from North Carolina and I say tear them all down. Put them in a museum. POC shouldn’t have to walk past statues of racists every day

  5. It makes me angry to hear people make the "It was a different time!" argument. These people are actually undercutting their own thesis when they say that, because they're holding the past to a lower moral standard than it deserves and tarnishing ALL our traditions. The Trail of Tears was NOT a unanimous decision, since it was opposed by a great many non-Indians who were certainly not fringe figures in American society. In fact, Andrew Jackson was outright VIOLATING FEDERAL LAW when he deported the Creeks from Alabama; he got away with it only because he was strongly supported by whites in Alabama (and elsewhere) who wanted Indian land.

  6. Amazing how they say we shouldn't judge the past (200 years ago) with today's perspective but they immediately jump to judge Islam of 1400 years ago with today's liberal lenses.

  7. The statue of Fredrick Douglas was taken from a park in NY in response to the Confederate statues being torn down. Fredrick Douglas wasn't a rapist, or a slave owner. He was an enslaved person, an abolitionist, and an author.

    Take them down and put them in a museum.

  8. Of course get rid of the old statues. All of them. The US is obsessed with its "proud history" always talking about the "good old days" and never looking ahead. The only way forward is to stop looking back. Yes the history should be taught but it needs to stop being glorified. We're not making any progress when we continue to stick with these outdated traditions.

  9. 6:55: Artefacts. Relics are 'earthly remains' of people, usually saints. Usually body parts, sometimes possessions.

    Edit: and I say that destroying the artefacts is the last resort, but it may be neccesary. First we should have a moritoria on them, and put them in a locker for a decade or two before making musea. Also the framing of the museum is important. They should not be part of the 'Southern Pride' exhibit of the 'South Cultural History Museum'; they need to be part of the 'National shame' exhibit of the 'Legacy of Evil Museum'.

  10. Tear it down ….. Next can we change history , slowly people will forget slavery… Then after they can start slavery all over again ….

  11. It is a difficult line to draw. I think they should be put in a museum but I watched Indiana Jones a lot as a kid. After this 4th of July weekend though we need to seriously do something about all the idiots flying both the American flag and confederate flag on the same damn truck. Haha

  12. you are missing so much in your rant, 1st: "the lost cause" (which might be instigated by the united daughters of the confederacy), and some of the monuments might be on public lands and others on private lands some might use public funds others have private funds, i am not going to explain in more detail because that is for you to do your research, but i like what Angela Davis said about museums are important but these statues need to exist with context

  13. Democrat congressman Robert Byrd was racist he was a KKK member all the way up to the say he died. Robert Byrd the KKK member the person that spoke was President Obama and obama even called this Racist congressman a great person and great Democrat leader. Its amazing how you idiots hate racism but yet Obama spoke a KKK members funeral. Low iq hypocrites if you think I'm lying look it up

  14. I live in Charlottesville near the University of Virginia. They might take down the Jefferson statue. I don't really know. But as far as the rotunda, she made that up.

  15. here’s the thing: statues aren’t educational… textbooks, historical texts, etc. are educational… what is the educational value of a heap of stone carved to memorialize oppressive figured in human history? we can read and learn about our history without statues.

  16. So I guess Ingraham and them think we should still have erect statues of Zeus and Julius Caesar because without those statues… we wouldn't… know about them…?

  17. Not that i give a shit but i do think founding fathers and presidents should stay because its just out of respect of the country it's self. Again ,i don't give a shit about patriotic shit but the founding fathers who did all the building of the nation should stay .like alittle bit of patriotism of historical events of a nation u believe is not bad at all. But its whatever to me.

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