Since the mobilization that followed the death of George Floyd, a new wind is rising on the United States. While the movement Black Lives Matter denounces, by 2020, a society still beset by racism, many activists, followed by the elected majority of democrats, are attacking symbols of yesterday and carry with them, according to them, today of bad messages. Among them, the example of the flag of the State of Mississippi that will be modified in order that it no longer appears the flag of the confederate States (in favour of slavery). The House of representatives and the Senate of Mississippi voted this Sunday the withdrawal of this symbol that he was the last to show.
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It is now an airport in california that could, according to BFM TV, be débaptisé under the leadership of the local elected democrats. Located in Orange County, the airport has been named airport John Wayne in honor of the famous american actor who spent a large part of his life in the city of Santa Ana, the county seat. The star of westerns is particularly known for his reactionary, homophobic and racist. The elected democrats rely in particular on an interview with Playboy magazine in 1971, including BFM TV quoted a few extracts.
"I believe in white supremacy,"
John Wayne speaks what he thinks, at the time, the notion of white supremacy. "I believe in white supremacy, until the Blacks are educated and become responsible, believed it. I don't believe in giving responsibilities and positions of leadership and judgment to irresponsible individuals. I do not feel guilty of the fact that there are 5 or 10 generations, these people were slaves. Now, I do not condone slavery. "
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there Are also pointed remarks against American Indians. "I don't have the feeling that we have done wrong to take this great country, regarded the actor. The fact that we have supposedly stolen the country was just a matter of survival. There was a large number of people who needed new land, and the Indians were trying selfishly to keep it to themselves. "