Charlie Crist is back in Florida, and he is still a shit stain, War Memorial defaced, and Digging up dead Confederates? Why we MUST defend history
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Charlie Crist is back in Florida, and he is still a shit stain, War Memorial defaced, and Digging up dead Confederates? Why we MUST defend history
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And no, not in a good or positive way. Take Republicans who voted to rename military bases which are currently named for Confederate generals. What do they hope to gain? Most folks likely oppose such moves, and I would bet an even higher percentage of Republicans oppose such historical cleansing. Yet several Republicans supported the change, which was pushed by Liz Warren, who is about as left wing as they come. In fact her amendment goes much further than just renaming bases. Republicans ought to know better, as Max McGuire at The Federalist writes
It would require the federal government to “remove all names, symbols, displays, monuments, and paraphernalia that honor or commemorate the Confederate States of America … or any person who served voluntarily with the Confederate States of America from all assets of the Department of Defense.”
It is true that the namesakes of iconic military bases including Fort Hood, Fort Benning, and Fort Bragg fought on the Confederate side of the Civil War. While it is undoubtedly easier to brand these men as racist Confederates and call it a day, that fails to tell the story of why these bases bear their names. Human beings are complicated and complex, and therefore so is their history. Hindsight reveals that good people sometimes end up on the wrong side of conflict.
As an example: Fort Hood is named after John Bell Hood. A graduate of West Point, Hood served in the U.S. Army on the frontier and was shot by an arrow during one of his patrols. Had the Purple Heart been awarded back then, Hood would have received it. Yes, Hood eventually resigned his commission and joined the Confederate Army after secession, and held personal and political beliefs that are repugnant today.
I will ignore the “repugnant” views part, I will do some more in depth study of General Hood, as I have mainly studied his service, as commander of The famed Texas Brigade, and later as a division commander under Lee, and as a Corps commander under Gen. Joe Johnston, and eventually as commander of the Army of Tennessee.
But that is not why Fort Hood exists. The military base in Killeen, Texas, bears Hood’s name because, by all definitions, Hood was one of the bravest and most tenacious men in American military history. At the Battle of Gettysburg, Gen. Hood led his men in a charge against the Union troops holding Little Round Top. During the advance, Hood was hit by an exploding artillery shell that crippled his left arm and rendered it immobile, dangling at his side.
Hood’s contemporaries encouraged him to resign his commission and explained there would be no disgrace in retiring given his injuries. Hood, however, had other plans. Once he was healed, he demanded a reinstatement and regrouped with his men at the Battle of Chickamauga.
On the third day of the battle, Hood was once again wounded. A bullet shattered his femur, forcing doctors to amputate the leg just four inches below the hip. They had so little confidence Hood would survive, the doctors discharged him with his amputated leg so it could be buried with him.
Hood survived and recovered. Again, he was pressured to resign his commission, but again, he pressed on. Not only did he demand to be reinstated, but he convinced Jefferson Davis to give him a promotion.
This man lost an arm at Gettysburg and a leg at Chickamauga. For the final year of the war, the Texas Brigade was led by a one-armed, one-legged general who had to be physically strapped to his horse so he wouldn’t fall off. That is why the Army chose in 1942 to name its new base after Hood. It wasn’t to glorify the Confederacy or to glorify the institution of slavery.
So, he was a brave an gallant soldier, tough as hell frankly, but he must be erased! That is a repugnant, and deeply delusional view of history, but we expect such knuckle dragging nonsense from Democrats. But from Republicans? Sickening
Instead, it is the Republicans I hear saying that they are OK with tearing down Confederate monuments. IT is, sad to see the hesitancy in so many to defend these monuments as history, but also because many were were damned honorable people. But if people are going to pretend that ONLY slavery was the reason soldiers fought, well their ignorance is deep. So here is some history
The next time you watch video of some Marxists tearing down a statue, save some disgust for Conservative Cowards
There is no need to name names. The so-called conservatives who have been coddling mindless calls to destroy public art know who they are. So do the rest of us. These are the reasonable conservatives, the good ones, so ever careful not to be called racist. They had a compromise in mind because they always do. Throw the Confederate statues under the bus and we can save the rest. Well.
Friday night, a statue of Ulysses S. Grant was toppled. Also the statue of a Catholic saint. Do you know who is to blame? It is not the hordes of progressives with ropes and chains; it is every conservative who thought those Jacobin lunatics could be appeased by just tearing down certain statues. It is a metaphor for the fecklessness of an American right too cowed to stand up for itself.
I get it. You see, these conservatives don’t want to be called names. I mean, nobody enjoys that. But here’s the thing: after you write your little op-ed about how of course the evil Confederate statues have to come down, they still think you’re a racist. They just think you are a spineless one.
George Orwell wrote a book once called “1984.” Let me know if this sounds familiar: “Every record has been destroyed or falsified, every book rewritten, every picture has been repainted, every statue and street building has been renamed, every date has been altered. And the process is continuing day-by-day and minute-by-minute. History has stopped. Nothing exists except an endless present in which the Party is always right.”
Beautifully written by David Marcus, and this, this is a dead center bullseye
To these fair-weather friends, I have a message: This is your fault. And you were well warned. For years, those of us with the courage to open our eyes knew exactly where this was going. It was never about the Confederacy, or slavery, or racism. It was always about destroying the very concept of America and replacing it with a Marxist utopia. That’s who you decided to compromise with.
AMEN! Will these fools ever learn? I doubt it. Just this morning, I listened to John Leboutillier, who wrote Harvard Hates America as he opined that we should move Confederate monuments to museums and place plaques beside them to “explain” them. And, of course the explanation would come from a leftist historian, wanna guess how that would work out? And, one day, an activist would see the monument or statue, and become TRIGGERED AF, and the statue would then be removed by a gutless governor, or city council. And if not, another mob would come and well, know how that ends.
Gutlessness folks is as bad as the thugs destroying our history.
Votes to erase Confederate generals? And, he was not the only Republican to do so Good Freaking Grief
The Senate Armed Services Committee on Wednesday voted to require the Pentagon to rename military bases and other assets named after Confederate generals, a move that puts the Republican-led panel on a collision course with the White House.
The committee adopted an amendment to the annual Pentagon policy bill that gives the Defense Department three years to remove the names of Confederate generals from U.S. military assets, according to a source familiar with the closed-door proceedings.
Again, how do they NOT get it? They are helping the cultural Stalinists erase our history and heritage. Do they think appeasement will work?Do they think the left will say OK that is enough? Maybe they have been dumbed down by “historians” who preach that the War Between the States was fought soley over slavery? Certainly some Republican commentators have bought into such nonsense. Whatever the case the fact is they are fools, and after Senator Cotton’s letter to the NY Slimes and hi powerful speech to the Senate denouncing the cancel culture, his vote is especially distressing.
But it also goes further and includes everything from ships to streets on Defense Department property.
Massachusetts Democratic Sen. Elizabeth Warren offered the provision, which she previewed on Twitter.
“I filed an amendment to the annual defense bill last week to rename all bases named for Confederate generals. It’s long past time to end the tribute to white supremacy on our military installations,” Warren tweeted Tuesday, though it was not clear at the time if the amendment would be offered, or if it had any chance of success.
OK, let’s glom onto an amendment that Sen. Warren offered up. Have we learned nothing?
President Trump said Wednesday he will “not even consider” renaming Army bases that were named for Confederate leaders after top military officials indicated recently they are open to the idea.
In a series of tweets, Trump argued the bases have become part of U.S. history that should not be “tampered with.”
“These Monumental and very Powerful Bases have become part of a Great American Heritage, and a history of Winning, Victory, and Freedom,” he tweeted, adding that “HEROES” who won two world wars were trained on the “Hallowed Grounds” of the bases.
FINALLY!! Someone shows some spine and defends our history and heritage against the tide of radicalism of social justice
CHARLOTTESVILLE, Va. (AP) — Police in Virginia say that two people have been arrested after a Confederate monument was vandalized in the city of Charlottesville.
Charlottesville police spokesman Tyler Hawn said in an email that the arrests were made early Thursday morning at the statue of General Thomas “Stonewall” Jackson.
Hawn did not release the individuals’ names but said more information will be released.
The city’s Confederate statues have become the frequent target of vandalism in recent months. There is also a statue in the city of General Robert E. Lee.
Here is the update with the names of these two paste-eating neanderthals
Charlottesville Police said they arrested 31-year-old Nicolas McCarthy-Rivera and 44-year-old Jesse Tobias Beard, both of Charlottesville, on charges of felony vandalism and misdemeanor trespassing.
These reprobate bastards should be beaten with sticks. Then they should be made to study Stonewall Jackson, and the man he was. In truth you have to have an IQ of 50 or less to deface a memorial to General Jackson! Seriously, who attacks war memorials? Go watch the video at the link, and yes, that includes any Republicans who are not up to speed on Jackson, Lee, and many other Confederate leaders and soldiers. Those who still spread the false narrative that no Southerner fought for any reason except slavery, and that every state seceded solely to preserve slavery need to stop! Those who seek to remove slavery as a cause are wrong, as are those who seek to remove the other issues that were causes as well. They are helping the leftists who will erase every last aspect of American history if not stopped!
A St. Bernard Parish native who spent most of his non-military life in New Orleans, Beauregard was a man of great contradiction. He fired the first shots in a war to preserve slavery, yet in defeat argued passionately for human rights and for granting black people the right to vote.
Law students at Washington and Lee University are demanding that the school remove the portraits of George Washington and Robert E. Lee from their diplomas.
Being that the university is named after both men, diplomas have traditionally featured portraits of both Washington and Lee. Citing the “aftermath of the 2017 Unite the Right Rally in Charlottesville” and an interest in making the university an “inclusive and compassionate environment to all students,” more than 175 students, alumni, faculty members have so far signed a petition calling on university President William Dudley to implement the option to remove the portraits from diplomas.
“The goal of establishing this option is to create a diploma that alumni are proud to prominently display in their homes and places of work,” reads the petition, which also points out that changes have been to the diplomas to appease students in the past, such as “the transition from sheepskin diplomas to paper diplomas.”
So very sad. This is the result of teaching kids history re-written by leftists
I am moving, to Virginia, To Prince Edward County. It is , from my oservations, solidly red, as is much of this beautiful state, the more heavily populated Northeastern section though, is blue, and the
Democratic Party Party of Cultural Stalinism now holds both state houses and the goevrnors mansion. And, of course, this means a renewed push for re-education and historical cleansing
Democrats in Virginia’s General Assembly are poised to again attempt to remove Confederate monuments after last week saw the party claim a majority in both houses of the state legislature, according to The Associated Press..
“This is about what do we remember? What do we honor? It’s the right to decide what we celebrate,” said Del.-elect Sally Hudson (D), whose district includes Charlottesville, the site of a deadly 2017 white supremacist rally.
Yes, she is correct, but her words belie her true intent. She sees herself, and those who “think correctly” as being perfectly suited to decide what memories and history is acceptable. This does not bode well for any aspect of history does it?
Gov. Ralph Northam (D), who has said the monuments should be in a museum, has suggested he will sign a removal bill if it comes to his desk, according to the AP. “My thoughts are that the localities are in the best position to make those decisions and that’s what I’ll continue to support,” Northam said at a recent news conference.
Ah yes, the “put them in a museum” lie again. Such moves would lead to some social justice warrior seeing these munuments and immediately contracting a severe case of Outrageoulsy Outrageous Outrage! Why no one could possibly visit a museum with those statues could they? So, then the push for the complete destruction of the “unwoke” monuments would be the only possible step to avoid another case of Offendeditis. The left has been pushing this for decades now, and incrementalism has served them well. And, there is little doubt that a complete eradication of anything that holds even the slightest remembrance of Lee, Jacks, Stuart, Davis, or Confederate soldiers would appease these Stalinists. Today, Jefferson Davis, tomorrow Thomas Jefferson.
Of course, the people of Virginia are all for these statues to go away right? Ah, no!
A new poll shows a majority of Virginia voters want Confederate monuments to remain where they are.
A poll from Quinnipiac University shows 57 percent oppose removing Confederate monuments from government property across the state.
Only 33 percent supported removal with 10 percent undecided.
Nonwhite voters favored leaving the monuments alone 48 percent to 42 percent. Among white voters, 63 percent supported the monuments while 27 percent supported removal.
Isn’t the state government supposed to listen to their constituents? HMMMMMM
A very insightful piece from a tremendous historical blog Battles and Bones
Why Some Young Southerners Still Learn of Their Heritage
While the practical aspects of moving on and recovering after the South’s defeat occupied most of the energies of southerners in the decades following the War Between the States, remembrance was also a very important aspect of that recovery. There was a sense of duty and obligation to remember the sacrifices of the sons, fathers and brothers who had marched so optimistically off to war in the spring of 1861, only to return to find, in the words of veteran H.H. Kerr, “the home he left so beautiful in blackened ruins…his stock killed…his money of no value, and a system of reconstruction which made the horrors of war pale into insignificance.”
That sense of duty often manifested itself in the erecting of monuments, statues, highway markers, plaques and other memorials that dot the South’s landscape to this day.
Why yes, the most important reason for these monuments was, to remember the sacrifice, the valor, and the men who took up arms. The left has targeted these men, and yes, thei memories of Southerners today who still wish to honor their ancestors. This campaign is insidious and unrelenting, and, if left unchecked will eradicate every last vestige of our collective history. And no, the monuments to Confederates will not be the last targets. The left understands that to destroy a nation requires the erasure of that nation’s history and heritage. That is their goal, and some day, every monument, to any US soldier or sailor will become to “problematic” or “insensitive” or “violent” to be left standing. Some foolish “Conservatives” refuse to see this reality, and even applaud the removal of Confederate memorials. These are the most damnable fools, for they should understand that the outrage mob and cultural marxists will never stop their current campaign. Cowardice and appeasement will not deter these miscreants. Our memories must not be taken
Yet while memories will fade, we should never let them die completely. I believe we should—and will—continue to teach our children and grandchildren what our fathers and mothers and grandparents have taught us and passed down for generations. We will continue to share our family history around the supper table as we eat harvest that was grown and nourished from the very soil that contains the blood of our kin—blood that was shed while defending their homes. We will continue to share our family history on the front porches of our homes in the fading light of summer evenings surrounded by great trees that were present when our ancestors lived. We will continue to share our family history before a crackling fire in our homes on cold winter nights with our children and grandchildren gathered close around us. We will continue to share the stories, the sadness, the injustices, the glory, the bravery, the love, the patriotism, the loyalty and the sacrifices of those who have gone before us. We do this, in part, so that we might “honor our fathers,” as the scriptures command us. And we pray that our children and our grandchildren will do the same when their turn comes.
More than twenty years ago, I wrote that one day the left call for the total removal of Confederate monuments, and many Americans would have called me a fool. Well, here we are. And now I am sadly proven correct. I also said that our Founders would be next, and, well, I think we see that happening as well. Maybe one day the left, in their tolerant way will demand the bulldozing of Confederate cemeteries. Maybe one day monuments to US servicemen will be deemed too violent, too offensive? Don’t think so? You damn well better think again. Allow me to include this quote from Chief Joseph, it fits our current time
“A man who would not defend his father’s grave, is worse than a wild beast.”
These Leftist agitators are many things, violent, lawless, thuggish, trash. malcontents, etc. Smart? No they definitely missed that train
Or the fact that no one studies history anymore. Confederate monument vandals take aim at wrong Lee statue in Dunn.
They thought they were protesting General Robert E. Lee of Civil War fame. They were off by a little.
“I was surprised that anybody would do that to this museum statue,” Johnson said. “This is not a Civil War museum and this is not Robert E. Lee. This is General William C. Lee from United States Army Airborne from World War II, so I was hurt and surprised that somebody would actually do this.”
Of course, anyone who think defacing a monument to Robert E. Lee is somehow noble is historically and intellectually defunct frankly. No one who has studied Lee would think him worthy of such disdain. In fact any Conservative who would not defend General Lee is clueless. But remember this, when all the R.E. Lee monuments are gone, and all the Stonewall Jackson monuments are gone these miscreant activists will not be sated. They will simply seek out the next target, and every monument to US veterans will be targeted next.
Yep, I said terrorist, because planting bombs that could kill innocent people is, terrorism.
Rob Shimshock, DCNF
A Houston man was sentenced Friday to more than six years in prison, as well as a $10,000 fine, after trying to blow up a Confederate statue.
Andrew Schneck attempted to destroy a monument of Confederate Lt. Richard Dowling in August 2017, following the Unite the Right rally, reported AP. Dowling’s unit repelled a Union invasion during the 1863 Battle of Sabine Pass during the Civil War.
A park ranger found the 26-year-old man with duct tape, two boxes of wires and a liquid explosive near the statue in Houston’s Hermann Park. Schneck pleaded guilty to attempting malicious damage to property that received federal funding.
The man could have received up to 20 years in prison and a $250,000 fine.
It seems he only got 6 years, and will be out to maybe plant more bombs because they offend his maniacal mind?
A Houston man was sentenced Friday to more than six years in prison, as well as a $10,000 fine, after trying to blow up a Confederate statue.
See where the left’s over the top rhetoric leads? To fanatics planting explosives to eliminate things they do not like. How different is this man from ISIS?
Generals Lee and Jackson won some great military victories during the War Between the States. This week, they won another.
The Hanover School Board voted 5-2 on Tuesday night to keep the names and mascots of Lee-Davis High School (Confederates) and Stonewall Jackson Middle School (Rebels) after a monthslong process in which the majority of county residents urged the board to leave the names undisturbed.
Voting in favor of keeping the names were Sue Dibble of the South Anna District, Roger Bourassa of the Mechanicsville District, Norman Sulser of the Cold Harbor District, John Axselle III of the Beaverdam District and Robert Hundley Jr. of the Chickahominy District.
Oh the poor, poor erasers of history must be crushed. Good! They deserve it frankly. Lee, and Jackson were decent honorable men and no one with even a basic grasp of these men would ever think they were anything but honorable.
Reid Henrichs lays out common sense
That would include the mayors of New Orleans, and Baltimore, and other cities, and all of those trying to erase every last vestige of the Confederacy. And also all of the mental midgets comparing Confederate soldiers to terrorists, Nazis, and mass murderers. To all of those smearing good men like these
To all of those miscreants I, a descendant of many Confederate soldiers, soldiers who fought under flags like this
To those I offer this thought. I will not sit by and remain silent while you piss on the graves of my ancestors. I offer also this song, and hope it inflames the severe butt hurt history gives you.
And also this. The only two words people like you, Leftists like you deserve to hear
Anger, sadness, disbelief, and fear for what will be left of American heritage, history, and culture in fifty years. Yep, that sums up my feelings upon reading this
Public Statement from the Board of Friends of Nash Farm Battlefield, Inc.
May 23, 2017
The Board of the Friends of Nash Farm Battlefield, Inc. is sad to announce that the museum, located on Nash Farm Battlefield, which was funded and maintained by our group, will close effective June 1, 2017. The main reason is that the current District 2 Commissioner, Dee Clemmons, has requested that ALL Confederate flags be removed from the museum, in addition to the gift shop, in an effort not to offend anyone. For anyone who studies the American Civil War, or War Between the States, they realize there were two parties that fought in this war. We have always prided ourselves with being an unbiased museum that told the entire story of the battles that took place on this property, as well as being a voice of the people in Henry County and Georgia during this time. These stories were told mainly through primary sources, sometimes secondary, but never tertiary sources. To exclude any Confederate flag would mean the historical value has been taken from our exhibits, and a fair interpretation could not be presented to each guest. Confederate flags were on this hallowed ground, as were the Union flags. To remove either of them would be a dishonor.
Additionally, Commissioner Clemmons stated that this property, which the county spent in excess of $8 million dollars, has no historical significance per the current board. Interestingly, the Department of Interior has recognized this property as core battlefield and there is a primary source where a request is made that the government pay retribution for the damage to the property during the battle. This is clear proof of the historical basis of this property; yet, more could be provided if necessary. This property has the blood of Union and Confederate soldiers in the soil and needs to be preserved as the battlefield that it is.
The Board of the Friends of Nash Farm Battlefield, Inc. complied when Commissioner Clemmons requested, soon after her taking office, that the entrenchments be removed from the property. When she had the Second National Confederate Flag removed from the flag pole where it has been flying since Henry County purchased the property, again we complied and did not create a disturbance in hopes that the museum would be left alone. The final order from Commissioner Clemmons is one that we cannot and will not comply with. We were told that we are at the “pleasure of the (Henry County) Commission”. Her directive is something we cannot comply with in good consciences.
To date, the museum, in its seven years of operation, has seen visitors from all 50 states and 15 foreign countries. Heritage tourism dollars have added money to the tax base in Henry and Clayton Counties, helping to fund many projects, including roads and schools. Prior to the recession, it was not uncommon to see over 2,000 students in a year; however, the yearly school day now has just shy of 500 students who visit not only the museum, but many different hands on stations to help to engage every student. Never have we had a teacher or student complain about the variety of flags or uniforms being presented in these educational settings. In fact, most teachers applaud our efforts to help them in the classroom.
The Friends of Nash Farm Battlefield, Inc. has not only been active on an educational aspect, but has helped Henry County in many ways to manage this beautiful battlefield. We have worked with the Boy Scouts, Eagles Scouts, the Audubon Society, Master Gardeners, Civil War Trust, and other community groups. Our volunteers have put up split rail fencing, painted, cleared barbed wire, mowed, graded roads, picked up debris, fixed many “broken” things around the property, and so much more. Our mission was to assist Henry County, not only with the historical aspect of the property, but to make this a property the entire community could be proud of. To be honest, majority of the people in District 2 are proud of Nash Farm Battlefield.
There will be many who will think the Friends of Nash Farm Battlefield, Inc. should have stood up to this censorship. Currently, the museum operates out of the old Nash farmhouse, which is owned by Henry County, and all utilities are paid by the county. The relics that were displayed, with the exception of a small amount that Henry County owns, were on loan to our group. When our key volunteer and donor made the decision to pull his relics, the Board had no other decision than to close the museum. We could have kept the doors open sporadically and showed beautiful display cases that were empty. When you engage in a conflict, your goal is to gain ground. The Board felt the only decision we had was to close the museum. This has not been an easy decision as many of our volunteers have donated much time, money, sweat, and tears to this property. The Friends of Nash Farm Battlefield was created after the Steering Committee was dissolved by the Henry County Board of Commissioners over 10 years ago. That is over a decade of work that some of our volunteers have contributed to this property.
As a Board, we ask that you contact not only Commissioner Clemmons, but also all the other Henry County Board of Commissioners, to let them know how you feel about the current political climate that affected the closing of Nash Farm Battlefield Museum. It is important that you voice your opinion to these politicians so they know there is public support for the historical aspect of this property.
Thank you to all the groups and individuals who have supported Friends of Nash Farm Battlefield, Inc. over the years. Our volunteers have been honored to work to preserve history and work diligently to improve the community. We can only hope that this property and its history will be sustained for future generations.
Respectfully Submitted by the Board of Friends of Nash Farm Battlefield, Inc.
One way to destroy a nation is to destroy its history. Think about this, we have been told that he Confederate flag belongs in museums, well, now, those same Cultural Stalinists are going to insist they must not be in museums. What is next you might wonder. The answer is simple, the American flag, the Founders, our national anthem, and so on are next. This is the price we have paid for not standing up to he bullies and thugs of the Left before. And we will continue to pay that price until enough of us say ENOUGH!
Wes Bellamy is the vice-mayor of Charlottesville, Virginia and he must have a lot of spare time on his hands because he is leading an effort to remove a statue of Robert E. Lee, and other Confederate monuments from city property. This is Cultural Stalinism. This is not about inclusiveness or tolerance, this is about two things. First it is about eradicating American history, and heritage. Secondly it is about dividing people and empowering pimps like Bellamy. But there is more about Bellamy that ought to be told. He has a history of being less than tolerant. The media, of course, ignored Bellamy’s racist, sexist tweets because, the narrative is all that matters. Here is how Bellamy described his efforts
“It’s a symbol, in my personal opinion, of white supremacy,” Bellamy told Crawford. “And it’s a symbol we cannot have in the middle of our city.”
Anyone who would paint a Lee statue as a symbol of white supremacy is flat wrong. They clearly no little or nothing of Lee, or his character. Historical figures must be judged according to the times they lived in, and men like Lee, who called slavery an abomination, and freed the slaves he inherited from his father-in-law and Stonewall Jackson, who ran a school educating Blacks in Lexington, Virginia were men of great character. Here is a piece written by the late Professor Edward C. Smith
One Sunday at St. Paul’s Episcopal Church in Richmond, a well-dressed, lone black man, whom no one in the community—white or black—had ever seen before, had attended the service, sitting unnoticed in the last pew.
Just before communion was to be distributed, he rose and proudly walked down the center aisle through the middle of the church where all could see him and approached the communion rail, where he knelt. The priest and the congregation were completely aghast and in total shock.
No one knew what to do…except General Lee. He went to the communion rail and knelt beside the black man and they received communion together—and then a steady flow of other church members followed the example he had set.
This is a very telling story, it reveals the character of Lee, who Bellamy slanders. Here is more of what Bellamy says
“We’ve seen there’s still lots of issues in regards to race here in this community,” he continued, “and the only way for us to move forward is to deal with them head on.”
So, Bellamy is concerned over “lots of racial issues”. It would seem from his remarks he is more invested in perpetuating those issues
There were racist tweets, such as his comment in 2009: “I DON’T LIK WHIT PEOPLE SO I HATE WHITE SNOW!!!!! FML!!!!” And his 2010 tweet: “I really #hate how almost 80% of the black people here talk white.”
There were inappropriate and crude tweets. The same year, he tweeted: “ALRIGHT. My phone goin ham. Lol. THERE IS A DIFF BETWEEN ASS& EATIN PUSSY!!! I repeat THERE IS A DIFF BETWEEN ASS& EATIN PUSSY!”
There were also sexist posts. “I’m all for equal opportunity..but a Female Principal with a school full of female teachers is fkn a sure fire way to fk our lil boys up smh,” he tweeted in October 2011.
Well he sounds like a swell guy right? A real gem! In fact, he is a racist, and the media is giving him a pass.
My Great-Great-Grandfather Allan Dean McWhorter fought Yankees with the 4th South Carolina Cavalry during the War of Northern Aggression. He was a “guest” at Point Lookout Prison Camp in Maryland, where conditions were horrific, with over 3,500 prisoners dying in the over crowded Hell hole in less than two years. So, I suppose Grandaddy Mac, as my Grandfather called him was lucky to get out alive. Anyway, I thought of my ancestor, one of many who fought for the Confederacy when I read this today
A South Carolina college is hosting a Confederate history event—but has banned the Confederate flag from being displayed.
York Technical College entered into a contract leasing space on campus to the Sons of Confederate Veterans (SCV) for a convention in March 2017, and almost immediately after the information became public knowledge the school fell under intense scrutiny.
According to The Herald, the area NAACP chapter and other local citizens expressed concern that the Confederate flag would be publicly displayed and create controversy, arguing that a public institution should not agree to host any group that promotes the banner.
Oh, but of course the Leftist race baiters at the NAACP would take any opportunity to agitate and divide people instead of trying to fix actual problems facing Black Americans. Face it the NAACP makes bank on RAAAAACISM, even if they have to fabricate it, and their cash cow must be protected.
Local NAACP leaders were also at the conference, and assured the crowd they would be seeking legal counsel.
Member Jacques Days said the NAACP would hold York Tech accountable to its promise of prohibiting Confederate flags, but he also told the crowd there is still a possibility York Tech would not have to actually honor the contract, though he did not specify how that might be accomplished.
Days emphasized that the NAACP’s goal is to completely stop the convention from happening, citing the Confederate flag’s status as a symbol of “divisive history” and “division, racism, and hatred.”
See? History-free history! Stalin would be very proud. Again the Left shows itself to be an ideology of intellectual cowardice and an ideology of lies, and liars. Face it, if the bottom feeders at the NAACP were so sure history was on their side, they would welcome this event. Instead they seek, again, to erase history rather than to discuss or debate it. And, if the NAACP cared, truly cared about black people, they would be fighting to correct the obscene out of wedlock birth rate, the high violent crime rate, Black on Black murder, gangs, and other pertinent issues. That they are fighting to censor or silence historical events tells you every last thing you need to know about the NAACP