Have a friend who has been banned from several Disqus “discussion sites” for telling the truth.
Been banned from one myself, for telling the truth, MILITARY VETERANS of Disqus site.
May get banned from another
Protecting Slavery: The Constitution of the Confederate States
John C Carleton a day ago Removed
When someone asked the bi-sexual, manic depressive, shyster rail road lawyer war criminal Lincoln, why he did not just let the Southern states go in peace, he replied:”who would pay for the (yankee) government”?
They removed the above post, because it told the inconvenient truth.
i posted this when they removed the above truthful post.
Discussion on History Community 578 comments
Protecting Slavery: The Constitution of the Confederate States of America
John C Carleton 2 hours ago
i see this site objects to the truth.
It removes my post in which i referred to the war criminal Lincoln, who’s friends and advisers numbered many Red Bolsheviks, a bi-sexual shyster rail road lawyer.
This is all truth and provable.
So does this site object to the truth?
Or was it his quote saying basically, if he let the Southern States go in peace, who would pay for the yankee government?
i think it is safe to say, the operator of this site, is a damn zionist yankee who fears the truth like Dracula fears sunlight!
Let us see how long this last on the afraid of the truth, liars site.
John C Carleton • a few seconds ago
History Community, The Disqus “Discussion” Site Which Removes Peoples Post Who Tell The Truth.
John C Carleton