Thursday, September 22, 2016

Charlotte public art: "Our biggest struggle with ourselves isn't knowing what is right, but doing what we know to be right"

When I was in Charlotte--great city, at least it was, by the way--four years ago I thought enough of this public art piece that I discovered in Uptown to snap a pic of it.

With a quill on top, it reads, "Our biggest struggle with ourselves isn't knowing what is right, but doing what we know to be right."

The riotous thugs in Charlotte need to follow this lesson.


Related post:

Charlotte, North Carolina in pictures

1 comment:

Jim Mayer said...

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Stunning Facts Re: the Violence in Charlotte, with George Soros' Evil DNA All Over It:
BadBlue News:
There's a Black President
There's a Black Congressman
There's a Black Chief of Police
There's a Black District Attorney
There's a Black Officer who pulled the trigger
There's a Black Mayor until 2014 (Jailed for Corruption)
There's a Black Man Dead
There's a Black Man very angry on the TV over his death
in street there that just called me & all White people devils.

Charlotte police said 70% of arrests Wed night had out-of-state ID. In other words, the “outrage” & violence was largely being orchestrated & manufactured. Officials reported that people were being bussed into the city to riot, which would explain the intensity & speed in which the unruley mob overwhelmed the police force.

I wonder when George Soros' long vacation is scheduled for?
Until he goes on that long vacation, people will continue to die
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