Tweet Obama after the events in Charlottesville has become the most popular in history
The publication of former U.S. President Barack Obama after clashes in Charlottesville (Virginia) has become the most popular in the entire history of Twitter. This is evidenced by the data on the website favstar.fm, which tracks user activity.
“No one is born hating another person because of skin color, origin or religion,” he wrote on 13 August and put to record the photo where he is depicted at the window of the kindergarten.
“No one is born hating another person because of the color of his skin or his background or his religion…” pic.twitter.com/InZ58zkoAm
— Barack Obama (@’s presidency) 13 Aug 2017
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The post gathered more than 2.9 million Facebook likes and 1.2 million shares.
Quote South African politician and human rights campaigner Nelson Mandela. In the next post Obama continued this phrase:
“…People must learn to hate, and if they can learn to hate, they can taught to love, for love is more natural to the human heart than its opposite”.
In Charlottesville August 12, had to undergo the action of right-wing, but a few hours before the neo-Nazis held a spontaneous torchlight procession. They require local authorities to refuse the demolition of the monument to General Robert Edward Lee (party civil war between the North and the South of the USA) who fought for the Confederacy.
After that, the city erupted in riots, which injured 15 people. Later on the March against the far-right rally car at high speed drove into a crowd, killing one person, another 19 were injured. The police treated the incident as murder.