Bo Duke on The Rebel Flag and Dukes Of Hazzard

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As the elite fund the erasing of uncomfortable history, fakeologists need to see this as an important tool to fake history.

You’re watching the process in real time.

Bo still looks good. Amazing video quality too.

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3 thoughts on “Bo Duke on The Rebel Flag and Dukes Of Hazzard

  1. napoleon wilson( non mason )napoleon wilson( non mason )

    one of the last tv shows i watched before i became curious enough to turn it off ,was smallville and bo was supermans earth dad , i always liked him
    yes im ignorant to television but well and truly hooked on youtube and comedy forgive me to anyone im going to offend in the coming months by not being woke
    it does hurt knowing america has been lined up for this for years .
    but like most i still enjoyed the show and its spin off psi fi ,its not going to be the same without the whack jobs you vote in ,our politics is no different in essence .
    it was a good show

  2. napoleon wilson( non mason )napoleon wilson( non mason )

    some good reading there mate cheers ,
    im not sure if these kids anger is attached to anything as cerebral as www.encyclopediavirginia.org/L…
    en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Arling… although it would be good to see the narrative in its simpler form for some
    and im sure that if no one was wearing masks on tv or at the supermarkets .a lot of the racial activity would be superceded by people wondering why theyre still not working , but as long as we have the immediate hurdle of masks the most recently opressed people ie blacks have an excuse to get out agression and all that anger that most disenfranchised people have , and the others can point out theyre not wearing masks .
    lets not be naive though if it was possible to still have slaves openly some would

  3. smj

    Perhaps they should start with Arlington house. That could get complicated though seeing as(per the narrative)lee was the executor of the will that manumitted the Washington family slaves…

    en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Arling…

    “Born into two of Virginia’s most prominent families, Lee spent his early years surrounded by enslaved African Americans, although that changed once he joined the Army. His wife, Mary Randolph Custis Lee, freed her own personal slaves, but her father, George Washington Parke Custis, still owned many people, and when he died, Robert E. Lee, as executor of his estate, was responsible for manumitting them within five years.”

    www.encyclopediavirginia.org/L…

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