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Removed Robert E. Lee statue now on display at Texas resort

A statue of Confederate Gen. Robert E. Lee that the city of Dallas removed from a park and later sold in an online auction is now on display at a golf resort in West Texas. The bronze sculpture, which was removed from the Dallas park in September 2017, is now at the Lajitas Golf Resort in Terlingua, Texas, the Houston Chronicle reported. The 27,000-acre resort, which is privately owned by Dallas billionaire and pipeline mogul Kelcy Warren and managed by Scott Beasley, the president of Dallas-based WSB Resorts and Clubs, received the statue as a donation in 2019.The 1935...
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Tokyo Revengers Clothing Line Stirs Debate Over Swastika

Tokyo Revengers is one of the biggest to hit the anime scene as of late, and it isn't hard to see why. The hit anime brings everything from romance to angst and drama together in a life-or-death tale. But as fans know, Tokyo Revengers isn't free of drama and has found itself in hot water yet again.
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Call of Duty: Vanguard Might Have an Option to Censor Swastikas

The swastika is a symbol representing one of the most evil acts in human history, and video game developers have been understandably hesitant to include it in their games. In 2017's Call of Duty: World War II, developer Sledgehammer Games replaced the symbol with the Iron Cross, but it seems that might not be the case for the next game in the series. According to gaming journalist and insider Tom Henderson, when Call of Duty: Vanguard releases next month, it could give players the option to switch between the two symbols. Henderson bases this theory on the fact that both images have appeared in trailers and internal art.
VIDEO GAMES
fernandinaobserver.com

Herschel Walker Jacksonville fundraiser set for Florida/Georgia weekend

A Republican Senate candidate and college football legend will fundraise in Jacksonville later this month, hours before the Florida/Georgia football game. Former Georgia Bulldog Herschel Walker, currently a candidate for the 2022 GOP nomination in the Senate race in the Peach State, is the guest of honor at what is billed as a “private dinner” on Oct. 29.
JACKSONVILLE, FL
New York Post

Ric Flair helps host fundraiser for Senate candidate Herschel Walker

Ric Flair will join a roster of other sports figures for a fundraiser at Mar-a-Lago for Herschel Walker. Walker, the retired football star, is seeking the Republican nomination in the Georgia 2022 Senate contest against Democratic incumbent Raphael Warnock. Former President Trump will headline the event. Flair, a wrestling legend,...
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New York Post

Removed statue of Robert E. Lee resurfaces at private Texas resort

A statue of Confederate General Robert E. Lee that was taken down by Dallas city officials four years ago has resurfaced — at a private Texas resort. The massive bronze statue, which shows Lee on horseback with another mounted soldier, was removed by the city in 2017 amid the controversy following racial violence that erupted in Charlottesville, Va., earlier that year over the planned removal of another Lee monument.
TEXAS STATE
Tulsa World

Editorial: Racist sign in Greenwood a reminder that hate still lurks among some people

An appalling sign planted in the heart of the Greenwood District last week ought to wake up Tulsans that hate lurks in the hearts of others and racism is alive. The cardboard sign had a stencil-painted “Downtown N—r Town” with a hand-drawn swastika. It was put outside the Greenwood Chamber of Commerce visitor’s center, across Archer Street from the Greenwood Rising history center; a symbolic choice of location.
TULSA, OK
thesaxon.org

The day the Nazi swastika flew across the UK

A blurred newspaper image may be the only record of the time the UK flag and the Nazi swastika flew together on British soil. The photograph, discovered recently, was taken during a visit of a German boxing team to the English city of Nottingham in October 1936. Despite increasing tension...
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Youthful Sins on the Internet – What Do They Mean for Young Adults?

If you are in public, earlier mistakes catch up with you at some point: tweets that you now wish you had never sent, comments that you should have saved yourself but posted on Facebook. Sooner or later someone comes up with the idea of ​​checking whether there was something stupid among people’s posts in public.
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Understanding India’s Hatred Towards Muslims and Islam

“Hindutva Extremism” isn’t something which came with Modi. May of 2019 right before the Indian general elections, TIME Magazine published an article that called Indian Prime Minister, Narendra Modi as the divider-in-chief. British writer Aatish Tasheer wrote the piece explaining how the prime minister was destroying the foundations of secularism upon which India was born.
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