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==Civil Rights in the United States==
 
==Civil Rights in the United States==
 
 
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The [[United States of America]] has always been a defender of human and civil rights and liberties, while restricting economic freedom to make sure no worker families are exploitated. Its [[military]] has helped spread these rights abroad throughout [[Asia]], [[Africa]], [[South America]], the Middle East, Europe and domestically at the [[University of Alabama]]. Despite small Anti-freedom movements during the 1960's and 1970's, has been successful in doing so.
 
The [[United States of America]] has always been a defender of human and civil rights and liberties, while restricting economic freedom to make sure no worker families are exploitated. Its [[military]] has helped spread these rights abroad throughout [[Asia]], [[Africa]], [[South America]], the Middle East, Europe and domestically at the [[University of Alabama]]. Despite small Anti-freedom movements during the 1960's and 1970's, has been successful in doing so.
   
Some of the examples of America spreading civil rights can be seen in Martin Luther King Jr, [[Malcolm X]], Roe v. Wade, Black Pathners, the South Circa 1700's-, [[Nagasaki]] and Hiroshma, Senator McCarthy, [[Vietnam]], El Salvador, Nicaragua, [[Afghanistan]] (twice), [[Iraq]] (twice), Kosovo, NAFTA, CAFTA, and Vagina's USA PATRIOT ACT, [[NSA]], [[CIA]], [[FBI]], DEA, transcribing the [[Benny Hill]] theme to electrified Sitar, and John Ashcroft.
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Some of the examples of America spreading civil rights can be seen in Martin Luther King Jr, [[James Bevel]], [[Malcolm X]], Roe v. Wade, [[Claudette Colvin]], Black Pathners, the South Circa 1700's-, [[Nagasaki]] and Hiroshma, Senator McCarthy, [[Vietnam]], El Salvador, Nicaragua, [[Afghanistan]] (twice), [[Iraq]] (twice), Kosovo, NAFTA, CAFTA, and Vagina's USA PATRIOT ACT, [[NSA]], [[CIA]], [[FBI]], DEA, transcribing the [[Benny Hill]] theme to electrified Sitar, and John Ashcroft.
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The [[United States]] has also received [[crap|criticism]] frequently over the idea that it has not always been [[Racism|steadfastly committed]] to the concept of Civil Rights. Many critics point to such events as [[slavery]] and [[most other times]] as proof that the country is not wholeheartedly devoted to making every citizen equal. This is frequently countered with numerous examples, such as the gracious free transport of African-Americans to the US by early colonists, protecting African-Americans from the burden of [[voting]], and even the kind spirit of Birmingham in 1963 by allowing black children to get to meet local police dogs as well as distributing free water to all. These critics are frequently associated with the ruining of the United States' reputation, as well as being [[reverse racism|rude]] and [[complainers|"whiney."]]
   
 
==The Rights==
 
==The Rights==

Latest revision as of 07:02, May 10, 2013

“I have a dream that one day this article can walk hand in hand with all other articles, being judged not by the color of their text but by content of their subject.”
~ Martin Luther King on civil rights

“A Mexican, a Jew and a Colored guy walk into a bar.

The Bartender replies "You all get the fuck outta here!"”
~ Old 1960's joke on before you can't do that anymore
“Never discriminate because of their race or skin color, except fags, women and Jews you can get away with it.”
~ Some celeb on the More you Know on PSAs on NBC

Governments have existed since the beginning of the universe, just before Madonna was born. Civil Rights didn't haunt them back then. They governed quarks and atoms, destroying carbon for its impure race and banning hydrogen/oxygen unities. Soon, atoms were getting out of control, forming 'cells' and in extreme cases, organisms: Dastardly things able to mate before the legal age of 10 minutes. Unfathomable. It got worse when humanity evolved from Bigfoot, and the government rightfully had to kill all who disobeyed. Things were going relatively well, considering.

People were happy with the imprisonments and psychological slavery and genocidal war the government brought. Most were good and loved such acts, but some disturbed and confused rebels mistook them as "not really a good thing, in our opinion", and like a plague, more followed. Since Anarchy hadn't been invented yet, people made civil rights and challenged the universal order of morality. These extremists were actually upset over a few wars and mass killings and police shootings, and acting on disobedience, they wrote out an angry, but well-written and respectful list of things "for which we shouldn't be slaughtered mercilessly, if that's okay with you."

The Man looked over the list of Civil Rights and responded cryptically. "HAHAHA!! That's friggin hilarious! Can I show this to my sister? She'll laugh her....... Oh, wait you're serious."

And after many deaths, it worked! The Government changed. Instead of killing and imprisoning all who disobey, they would now look at the Civil Rights list, laugh, then kill and imprison all who disobey. We're very lucky to live in such order and complacency.

You actually don't have any.

edit The meaning

Civil Rights are the opposite of Civil Wrongs. They usually take the form of Oprah rallies, Nuremberg Files websites, and popular elections.

Civil Rights mean you can be an obnoxious nauseating prick and authorities will not be able to put you in your rightful place, rotting in prison. It also means that police can't use tools from The Good Old Days like hot pokers and The Rack.

Civil Rights also mean that the President of the United States of America is chosen by people like the famous “Get a Brain, MORANS!” redneck (see image), and even by burnt-out hippies whose brains are so fried by pot that they are incapable of doing anything but watching reruns of That 700 Club.

Civil Rights also mean that it is not right to mistreat members of the opposite gender, or talk derrisively about them, esp on Uncyclopedia. Women over the past few hundred years have fought hard for equal rights, and deserve to be treated like men are. They deserve to share in your nachos, and should have equal access to their own sports games on the TV set When talking about homosexuals talk about lesbians as well as the gay men. Remember that women should be having as much fun as men have.

Civil Rights is for any foreigner to sneak into the country and become an oppressed minority group (see also Mexicans, Puerto Ricans, Cubans or any other Hispanics).

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The United States of America has always been a defender of human and civil rights and liberties, while restricting economic freedom to make sure no worker families are exploitated. Its military has helped spread these rights abroad throughout Asia, Africa, South America, the Middle East, Europe and domestically at the University of Alabama. Despite small Anti-freedom movements during the 1960's and 1970's, has been successful in doing so.

Some of the examples of America spreading civil rights can be seen in Martin Luther King Jr, James Bevel, Malcolm X, Roe v. Wade, Claudette Colvin, Black Pathners, the South Circa 1700's-, Nagasaki and Hiroshma, Senator McCarthy, Vietnam, El Salvador, Nicaragua, Afghanistan (twice), Iraq (twice), Kosovo, NAFTA, CAFTA, and Vagina's USA PATRIOT ACT, NSA, CIA, FBI, DEA, transcribing the Benny Hill theme to electrified Sitar, and John Ashcroft.

The United States has also received criticism frequently over the idea that it has not always been steadfastly committed to the concept of Civil Rights. Many critics point to such events as slavery and most other times as proof that the country is not wholeheartedly devoted to making every citizen equal. This is frequently countered with numerous examples, such as the gracious free transport of African-Americans to the US by early colonists, protecting African-Americans from the burden of voting, and even the kind spirit of Birmingham in 1963 by allowing black children to get to meet local police dogs as well as distributing free water to all. These critics are frequently associated with the ruining of the United States' reputation, as well as being rude and "whiney."

edit The Rights

  • Shut up and take it.
  • Se Hable Espanol, since Hispanics can't speak Ingles.
  • Jews have the right to whine about themselves being oppressed, non-whites (and Arabs) being oppressed, and any social outcasts (esp. the gays) being oppressed. OY! HOW MUCH' 'CHAN YOUS TAKE, COHEN?

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