Not even if the protests are strong in its big buddy America?
Lad, word of advice, brevity is a virtue. You use so many filler words that it borders on purple prose levels and distracts from your main point. It’s hard to take you seriously when you’re doing the Daffy Duck thing of sticking more and more descriptors on your statement.You could have said everything you intended to say with 1/3rd the words and not lost any of the needed information.
It tends to be a vocal minority, with most people being smart enough to distinguish between the two
On that note, I don’t inherently disagree with you. I have noticed that, on several occasions, some people will label any pride or celebration from white heritage as white supremacy at worst, or at the very least as somehow being inherently racist.I’ve seen it happen personally. I’m rather proud of my Irish and German heritage, and of my adherence to indoeuropean Pagan traditions, both of which has earned me some ire from extreme radicals.
If that’s the truth, I’d rather stay a NEET. But given that it’s you saying it, I really don’t see any reason to accept it as correct.Unionize and take what you are owed but through the coercive force of organized labor at you and your comrade’s finger tips.
he response of President Dwight Eisenhower’s administration was measured. It warned the Soviets that reckless talk of nuclear conflict would only make matters worse, and cautioned Khrushchev to refrain from direct intervention in the conflict. However, Eisenhower (1890-1969) also issued stern warnings to the French, British and Israelis to give up their campaign and withdraw from Egyptian soil. Eisenhower was upset with the British, in particular, for not keeping the United States informed about their intentions. The United States threatened all three nations with economic sanctions if they persisted in their attack. The threats did their work. The British and French forces withdrew by December; Israel finally bowed to U.S. pressure in March 1957, relinquishing control over the canal to Egypt.
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