The Day of the Dhimmi is Done -
Michael Lumish, PhD, proprietor. (firstname.lastname@example.org)
I'm guessing that's not a statue of the god of thunder, mighty Thor.
The noose is tightening, my friend.
Looks triggering to me. Destroy the f**k out of it!
Most of the 20 largest statues in the world are of some personality or another of Buddha. I don't know what to make of that.
Sooner or later the SJW's and Antifa thugs and related wackos are gonna realize that most of the world's great art is by and of white people and/or Christian stuff. Imagine the possibilities that will give these unemployed loons looking for something to do.
"The statues were put up by white people who wanted to express something, and they are now being taken down because white people are ashamed of what they expressed back then. They want to delete the old evidence and use the deletion as the creation of new evidence — evidence of how kindly white people really are. Why should white people have such an easy time covering up their shame? Removing the statues can be portrayed as a kindness toward black people, but critical race theory teaches us to presume that what white people do they do for themselves. "http://althouse.blogspot.ca/2017/08/the-anger-and-action-aimed-at-statues.html
Yep, gotta watch out for those white devils. They do stuff for themselves. Why can't they just be altruistic and authentic like everyone else? You know, like Al Sharpton, for example. The man is all love, I tell ya, all love.
It is not difficult to see why Buddhism tends to be popular among Jews.
http://crosscut.com/2017/08/lenin-statue-fremont-seattle-charlottesville-trump/If only the key to the ills was statues.