The Daily Sheeple – by Joshua Krause
After Dylann Roof killed 9 people attending a black church in South Carolina, it seemed liked the whole country went on a campaign to stamp out the Confederate flag. It didn’t matter that the majority of Americans who revere that flag hold no racist inclinations. In our country, if one person does something crazy or stupid, everyone must suffer for it.
That’s why the state of Virgina decided to outlaw their Confederate license plates after the shooting. It is now a misdemeanor to drive with one of these plates in Virginia, and the DMV has asked anyone with Confederate plates to have them replaced. However, the vast majority of these people aren’t budging. According to the DMV, of the 1600 plates that were issued, only 187 have been returned. They even tried sending new plates to these drivers, and instead of getting the old plates back, the DMV received letters saying “no thank you.”
It’s one thing if the DMV decided to stop producing these plates, but to make it illegal for anyone to leave them on their cars would be just as crazy as prosecuting drivers for mounting novelty confederate license frames on their vehicles. As one Sons of Confederate Veterans member so aptly put it “Next thing you know, they’re going to say you can’t wear blue on Monday…or you can’t wear yellow on Thursday. Where’s it going to end?”
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6 thoughts on “Virginia Drivers Refuse to Hand Over Confederate License Plates”
“Next thing you know, they’re going to say you can’t wear blue on Monday…or you can’t wear yellow on Thursday. Where’s it going to end?”
wheres it going to end?
when we finally say F this bunch of as$ holes and clean house
but this is a good start ,, civil disobedience is the rule of the day , im proud to hear about it when ever it rears its beautiful head
That’s the only good thing about this article, Enemy. Some people are finally standing up and saying “NO”.
More civil disobedience, backed by the threat of defensive force, is badly needed in our world.
I’m very glad to see this news. It would be even better if people started refusing to use license plates at all, especially in areas where automatic license plate readers are in widespread use.
While it can be argued that there’s no “right to not be seen” when you’re in public, there most certainly is a right to not be stalked. And that’s what those plate readers are: a means of automated stalking. Laws against stalking should apply to the government at least as much as to private citizens.
“After Dylann Roof killed 9 people attending a black church in South Carolina, it seemed liked the whole country went on a campaign to stamp out the Confederate flag…..In our country, if one person does something crazy or stupid, everyone must suffer for it.”
I can’t get past the first paragraph of this BS, and naturally, it was written by a Jew, promoting the Zionist agenda via “The Daily Sheeple” avenue of the Zionist media.
Dylan Roof is a patsy, it’s not necessary to point the race of the church’s congregation, and only the Jew-TV and a few useful idiots went on a campaign to stamp out the confederate flag. And in this country, if one person does something crazy or stupid, one person goes to jail for it, and the remainder of the population retains their unalienable, individual rights.
But of course, you don’t see things that way if you’re promoting collectivism, racial tensions, or the eradication of our Bill of Rights.
With respect, I think you might have misunderstood the author’s intent, JR. In that first paragraph he isn’t saying that everyone SHOULD suffer if one person did something crazy or stupid. He’s just pointing out that it always seems to work out that way in this country. I have no doubt that he would agree with you that our rights should never be violated on account of someone else’s crime.
“As one Sons of Confederate Veterans member so aptly put it “Next thing you know, they’re going to say you can’t wear blue on Monday…or you can’t wear yellow on Thursday. Where’s it going to end?””
I don’t know. You might want to ask John Kerry. He seems to be an expert on these things until someone hits him in the eye with a hockey puck. 😉
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