- n. Plural form of reparation.
“So the radical fringe on the left, following the Alinsky playbook and in an effort to continue to move our equally free country in the direction of the equally miserable, disposed of the term reparations, along with it's negative connotations, in favor of a much more common and already accepted term, "justice.”
“Declaring the government wants to kill your grandparents and turn the country into a Nazi-Communist-Socialist politically correct mass-state that takes money from rich white people to pay for slavery reparations is fine.”
“Maybe even some calls for reparations from the Vatican?”
“His spectacular fashion shows and dazzling incoherence of past years - demanding $7.77 trillion in reparations for colonialism - were a perennial highlight.”
“Germany has apologized and sent out many millions of dollars in reparations trying to atone for what they did.”
“OUR government - in collusion with Japan, said specifically that our men and women could never get reparations from the Japanese.”
“However, there is another part of the treaty that says that if there is any other country that receives reparations from the Japanese, then all other signatories should receive the same.”
“The real problem with reparations is the reductio ad absurdum.”
“Should the developed nations demand reparations from the developing nations for that?”
“I should demand reparations from the Japanese Gov't for shooting down and killing two of my uncles in WWII.”
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