They destroy and infested everything…Even a 5th graders field trip

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by AC

What a sad day my wife and step son are having. He has been looking forward to this field trip since the school year started. So much so his mom volunteered to be a shaprone. The day was going well as it included a tour of Saint Augustine’s rich Spanish heritage and architecture. It’s worth mentioning he wants to be an architect.

Around 1 o’clock and a nice and uneventful lunch break, the group made it’s way to a building that I’m my opinion has the nicest design in the USA. That says something as it was designed and built by the spanish. During this we were blessed by the hand of God to receive a guest speaker.

He was none other than the local leader of BLM. And much like they do to everything else the field trip was ruined. We left first less than 30 seconds into his all whites are racist speech. And much to my surprise and delight all the other parents followed suit. We walked about a quarter mile to a old jail to decide how to not cut the childrens day short and what to do. While we were there talking a local overheard us. She explained the BLM “leader” took the job of a Spanish historian. He had that same job for 30 years and poured his soul into it. He was fired because they were demanded to have more diversity. And he was spanish, let that sink in.

Because my wife’s son was looking forward to this trip so much I spent alot of time researching Saint Augustine. I will include a quick wiki run down at the end. Anyway the city was founded in 1565 it has heavy spanish history and roots. The architecture is amazing and something Spanish people should be proud of.

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Now, what is the point of this thread? It’s to show how BLM is infestation every aspect of our lives, mainly by force and stealing, to make us hear there ideology. The person who worked in the old jail told us that his “presentation” consisted of making digs at all right leaning politicians, all white people are racist even if they don’t know it, black people are ultimately responsible for the beautiful architecture of Saint Augustine in some weird twisted way and just going to see the tour makes you racist because slave boats ended up in the city.

Am I crazy? I think not. They are multiplying and infesting like cockroaches. Right down to destroying a christian academy’s elementary schools field trip. How do they feel they have the right to impose there warped beliefs onto others? Much like most on the left of the isle once you give them a little power they go crazy and drown with power, they can’t control themselves or show anything resembling civilized. They destroy everything for there little financial gain. This “historian” had no problem destroying another minorities career. Doing the same exact thing he accuses whites of doing. Buy it’s justified because he’s black. And being black is a catch all to do as you please when you please with no consequences.

DeSantos has been doing an amazing job keeping this garbage out of our state. He may not be aware of this situation, but all of us parents decided he will be through email and regular mail after today.

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What has happened to our country? Since when did cockroaches get this illusion they have so much power? The power to force themselves and there ideas onto children? Just because they have been holding themselves and there own family down for hundreds of years doesn’t give them the right to drag everyone else down with them. Do they feel they are making the country better? I think not. I think it is all about what it has always been about. How to screw over anyone the make more money. Such a sad disgusting joke of a race.

St. Augustine was founded on September 8, 1565, by Spanish admiral Pedro Menéndez de Avilés, Florida’s first governor. He named the settlement “San Agustín”, as his ships bearing settlers, troops, and supplies from Spain had first sighted land in Florida eleven days earlier on August 28, the feast day of St. Augustine.[7] The city served as the capital of Spanish Florida for over 200 years. It was designated as the capital of British East Florida when the colony was established in 1763; Great Britain returned Florida to Spain in 1783.

Spain ceded Florida to the United States in 1819, and St. Augustine was designated the capital of the Florida Territory upon ratification of the Adams–Onís Treaty in 1821. The Florida National Guard made the city its headquarters that same year. The territorial government moved and made Tallahassee the capital of Florida in 1824.

 

 

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