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Supreme Court guts Civil Rights-era voting protection, siding with 'Old Confederacy'

26.06.2013 02:07

A divided US Supreme Court voided a central part of the Voting Rights Act, a law put in place during the Civil Rights movement to prevent historically racist states from creating obstacles to voting, Tuesday.

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Anonymous user 26.06.2013 13:36

'you will take over' fear of a black saviour/planet; tired old paranoia don't you think?

Anonymous user 26.06.2013 13:35

The only reason blacks are where they are is because of zionist pigs and their Protocols, won't last

Anonymous user 26.06.2013 13:33

If you seriously think you will take over, then I'm afraid it's you who are totally delusional ha ha

Anonymous user 26.06.2013 13:30

'Whites will ALWAYS rule' oh dear, another fool under strong delusion; Yahusha is black (wool hair)

Anonymous user 26.06.2013 13:29

The South WILL rise again!

Anonymous user 26.06.2013 13:28

'US elections are predetermined' ppl need to go on strike til we get what we want; fair govt & taxes

Anonymous user 26.06.2013 13:27

Whites will ALWAYS rule, get used to it moron, ha ha

Anonymous user 26.06.2013 13:26

Edom/Esau/Rome lynched Yahusha/Jacob/Yshral and in US/wrldwd continued as part of the Psalm 83 cabal

Anonymous user 26.06.2013 13:25

US elections are predetermined by Electoral College and Big Business, voting is smoke and mirrors.

Anonymous user 26.06.2013 13:22

'Well done to these Judges, about time.' you will be shaphat/judged by the very same standard soon

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