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    I'm surprised they actually showed the ones of white men getting lynched... generally they try and say only blacks were lynched.

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    Post Re: Photographs and postcards of lynching

    Bennie Simmons, alive, soaked in coal oil before being set on fire. June 13, 1913. Anadarko, Oklahoma.

    That is atrocious!

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    Post Re: Photographs and postcards of lynching

    Yikes, even the thought of being lynched Why was Bennie Simmons killed?

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    It was and is terrible what happened to any of those hung. Justice should have been allowed to run it's course properly for both the many black and those white victims of lynching.

    Having said that I have to ask the appropriateness of this being posted at this site?

    A quote from the site linked

    "Warning notes posted at lynching sites were common forms of intimidation; in this case it was a clear threat to other strikebreakers. Threatening notes and letters, and now email messages are still used throughout the United States by moral regulators and right-wing groups...."

    This is a multi-cult site aimed primarily at perpetuating guilt and paralyzing Europeons with the same so as to do nothing to preserve themselves. The same as was done to Russia prior to Communism, same as with Germany after 1945, and now being done to the entire Western Europeon world. This utilization of this guilt as a weapon is not being brought about to bring correction in the offending party (guilt's appropriate and entirely healthy purpose) but is being used as a weapon to destroy specifically Europeons (note-suicide is not an approprite response to guilt), as distinct peoples, ie genocide. In other words people who come up with sites such as this not only often have a blood lust themselves towards Europeons--indeed sometimes they themselves are Europeons--, but are feeding that in others.

    IIRC the number of lynchings after the Civil War to the present day is about 2000, a terrible thing. Blacks should not have experienced that and it was clearly mishandled the entire situation. Having said that, while this site is at it, why do they not show photographs of the brutal black on white murders that have taken place in the last roughly 40 years in America. The number of whites murdered is not 2000, but 50,000 during this time, and one can be assured that the bulk of these Europeons victims' race had a great deal to do with their being marked for attack. The site could also explore the figure of tens of thousands of black on white rapes occurring yearly (while white on black rape numbers yearly is in the hundreds, and is far less proportionate statistically). A site exploring the black on white crime of present America could be the named the same as this one No Sanctuary entirely appropriately. Plenty of wrongdoing all around but a solution to the violence both races are experiencing at this time and have experienced must allow for the preservation of Europeon peoples (as well as other peoples) unlike the current multicult proposals which do not.

    For that reason multi-cultists will not explore the black on white crime taking place in massive amounts as this would interefere with their effort of genocide of Europeons and might cause Europeons to question things.
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    Those Lynched were lynched for crimes and its no different then the death penalty in the USA... if we give reparations to the decendents of men who were lynched then the descendents and families of men and women who have been delt the death penalty deserve reparations as well.

    Can you imagine the family of Tim McVeigh demanding reparations? lol

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    Quote Originally Posted by Demigorgona
    Those Lynched were lynched for crimes and its no different then the death penalty in the USA... if we give reparations to the decendents of men who were lynched then the descendents and families of men and women who have been delt the death penalty deserve reparations as well.

    Can you imagine the family of Tim McVeigh demanding reparations? lol
    of course not except that US court and a jury tried Mr Timothy McVeigh. From what I've just read (and thanks His Majesty for posting the link) lynching cases involved often totally innocent people, black and occasionally "white" who were barbarically murdered without any due process of the law. I don't find those pictures extremely disturbing because they depict hanged, burned, disfigured human beings but I find the presentation of those images and accompanying texts utterly shocking -, like postage bearing post cards of burned people or framed photos with locks of victim's hair placed under glass for public display and enjoyment (like that http://www.musarium.com/withoutsanctuary/photos/32.jpg). I mean German Nazis committed a good deal of atrocities but they had the good taste to never print this kind of stuff on real post cards - like the close up shot of a man who was burned alive on post card retailed for a few cents and then sent through public post. The only thing this extremely bizarre collection really testifies to is that the US society was already back in those days.... how should I put it... strange?
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    Quote Originally Posted by berschneider
    lynching cases involved often totally innocent people, black and occasionally "white" who were barbarically murdered without any due process of the law.
    At the time there was no 'law' to handle such things, which is when the citizens started taking charge and dealing with the crimminals themselves. If there was a law system in place the lynchings wouldnt have happened as they did.

    US Society still is strange btw

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    The victims of the Klan, who were White as well as Black, tended to be people proven to be guilty of serious crimes such as barn burnings, theft, rape, or murder. Corrupt politicians, Carpetbaggers and Scalawags were also Ku Kluxed. Usually the Klan left cryptic messages to warn minor offenders, but if these warnings were ignored, they too could be Ku Kluxed, which meant anything from a flogging to execution. These were barbaric times, but the Klan sought to restore law and order, not to destroy it. There was, in fact, no law and the Klan only used force when the forces of the Radical Republicans gave it no other choice.
    http://www.kkklan.com/briefhist.htm

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    Quote Originally Posted by Demigorgona
    At the time there was no 'law' to handle such things, which is when the citizens started taking charge and dealing with the crimminals themselves. If there was a law system in place the lynchings wouldnt have happened as they did.

    US Society still is strange btw
    Of course there was "law" - there were courts and prisons. Americans love that stuff. They even now keep more of their citizens in prisons than any other country on earth including Communist China which has five or six times more people than the land of the free and the home of the brave. I mean, read that stuff: mobs broke into jails, injured guards, kidnapped prisoners, burned them alive, cooked them, post cards with charred human remains are signed "barbecue", some of those prisoners were retarded and some juvenile, I mean the narrative accompaniment to those pictures is as bizarre as the images themselves. As of strangeness, I think your southern neighbor is getting stranger by the hour.
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