Black girl January girl I can be mean as sweet as candy cold as ice evil as hell shirt
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5.3 oz., pre-shrunk 100% cotton
Dark Gray is 50/50 cotton/polyester
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Seamless half-inch collar
Double-needle stitched hems
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This land was conquered. We were the winner, just like history has done many times over. It’s how all nations were built. Deal with it and accept it. This shirt is nothing but propaganda. It’s not stolen! We won it in a war/we conquered it!”
So you took it at gunpoint? Pretty sure that’s stealing. Using different words to describe the theft and genocide does not change the fact that it was theft and genocide. The Black girl January girl I can be mean as sweet as candy cold as ice evil as hell shirt is correct, the land was stolen from the Indians. The only illegal ones are the ones who stole it.
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Um if by stolen you mean purchased, Black girl January girl I can be mean as sweet as candy cold as ice evil as hell shirt and won in spoils of war. We have a sovereign nation with borders that have been recognized for over a century. If something is not done about this illegal immigrant problem, the silent ARMED majority are going to do something about it. Everyone who screams builds that wall forgets where they came from. Wish their ancestors were treated as horribly as those now seeking a better life then we would not have to read their racist posts.
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Interesting from whom does the shirt suggest the land was stolen? The first residents of the New World it original owners, North America included, were native Americans. Then came the Europeans who took the land from them and fought over it among themselves. The Spanish and their descendants the Mexicans fought over North America with other Europeans who indeed fought among themselves and divided the spoils. The English and their rather mixed descendants the Americans fought the French then they fought the English. Some of them the Texans fought the Mexicans then after they became Americans they all fought the Mexicans and took the land. So the land has been fought over, sold and awarded multiple times to various and sundry since its original inhabitants died of European diseases, were killed or driven out. All this is history.