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European Nationality Was the Point - The United States Left That Identity Behind (Or so they thought)

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in response to reader comment: Stereotyping, Racism, and the Discovery of the Individual

Submitted by M Tovey (United States), Feb 1, 2022 at 12:17

Once again, European intentions are made integral in trying to make Ameirca responsbile for the sins of the nations left behind. They burned down the white house once before and tried again with the Paris accords to later make America responsible for keeping European sensibilities in alignment with the proposed One World Order (Bush I). That did not work out well, now did it?
So America, once the bastion of freedom that has paid dearly for trying to stay free by being the purveyor of freedom to a world that does not still appreciate what America did in the 20th century, must now deal will the follies of anti-American sentiments by paying for the world's sins of infamy and this time, insiders have betrayed the trust and nobody is looking for Ameirca's style of freedom. They have all forgotten what was true and this time the land of the free is being held hostage by those who have no redeeming value to retain that which they are about to lose.
And the Europeans will take satisfaction of retaliation for losing the colonies.


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