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Discussion in 'The Mainboard' started by Tobias, Dec 2, 2021.
long live the king
dude kicked so much ass
Started the civil war and was the first American executed for treason. Quite a badass indeed.
I hope his baby is feeling better.
The rare religious zealot whose zealotry actually lead them on a righteous path.
i can't tell if you think these are good things or not
(also the former is a little over stated and the latter needs some context)
maybe i am cynical but thought the tone of that post was pretty clear tbh
was giving the benefit of the doubt
Doing what’s right in the face of majority opposition when you know the consequence is death? Yes, I’d say that’s pretty incredible.
Who hurt you?
Good Lord Bird I thought was pretty damn good. Not sure how accurate it was in portraying him basically as a crazy person but I enjoyed it.
if we're talking public opinion slavery did not have majority support in 1859
Fired the shots that lead to the escalation of the Civil War
An oversimplification maybe, but it doesn’t seem too much a stretch.
Abolitionists were not the ingroup, and abolitionists who believed in their cause to the point of taking up arms most certainly were not.
“had I so interfered in behalf of the rich, the powerful, the intelligent, the so-called great... every man in this court would have deemed it an act worthy of reward rather than punishment”
God I love John brown
resisted any efforts to get rescued from jail while awaiting his execution because he believed (correctly) his death would do more to harm the institution of slavery than escaping would
just going through his wiki...what happens if they don’t foolishly let the train continue on to the next town so they can message baltimore
how much longer does their raid last
#Georgia Bulldogs fans changed the words to his song
Riggghhhtttt. And WW1 was caused by some asshole revolutionary shooting some asshole royal.
Sheriff John Brown always hated me
For what I don't know
Every time that I plant a seed
He said, "Kill it before it grows"
He said, "Kill it before it grows", I say
I grew up in Texas, who is he?
a definitely not insane person told by god to murder slavers and fought to make Kansas a free state among other things
Fun fact; John Brown had some dude manufacture a shit ton of giant pikes that he planned to arm slaves with so they could just slaughter their way across the countryside like a real-life army of unsullied. What a fucking chad.
I’m pretty sure he was insane but one of those types of insane where the focus of said insanity was good and just and he did nothing wrong.
He was 23 in this picture
malcolm x legit did it
according to frederick douglass, JB hated slavery more than he did
One of like, idk 3 American white males from the 1800s that actually deserve a statue
Clearly a toupee too
Name the other two coward
ons seems obvious no clue on #2
Lincoln and Sherman
He burned the south to the ground
He also loved slaughtering indians, but I guess that's cool itt idk
If he had chosen to kill all the traitors I wouldn’t be here, so what I’m saying is, good call
that’s really weird because in America if the majority supports something, it happens, because we’re a democracy and invented it
Grant was good. Introspective and did a lot of good stuff. A Truman of his day.
you're simultaneously the most lib poster on tmb while being a lib finger wagger at the same time
One of my favorite moments of the last year was using my dads post 60 hero, Truman, against him by posting the quote where Truman basically says socialism is a Republican boogeyman
Big L or little l?
lil p for sure