Although I despise leftists and their nonsense , Gen. Jackson was a humble man and would not really have wanted a statue. Take heart - WE are the Living Monuments to our Culture. It only dies if we let it. And we won't. Things are about to get very ugly in our neck of the woods.Best Regards,Red in OleVirginny
WE are the Living Monuments to our Culture. It only dies if we let it. And we won't. Good point.*****************Things are about to get very ugly in our neck of the woods.Anything you'd like me to post?
Yes thanksGov Blackface Northam didn't like the 2nd Amendment sanctuaries. He really doesn't like the idea of 1st Amendment sanctuaries either (Campbell County) A little bird has told me that he may try and make examples of some folks who are closer to Richmond. Patriots will resist. To my friends out there - Watch your back and look to your families and finances. Word has been spread but thank you for posting this as well.Best Regards, Red in OleVirginny
Thank you and the best of luck.
Shameful. I have stayed in Lexington and visited all the Stonewall shrines, and this is just shameful and heartbreaking."When the Lord in His wisdom decided that the South would not be free, He had to remove His servant Thomas Jackson."
Where will the statue of Gen. Jackson be going?Even though I grew up, and live, on the northern side, I have always had a great respect for Gen. Jackson.It saddens me to hear of this.
Thanks, I don't know nor do I know what happened with the stature here. Those who voted to take it down are despicable.The site shows an uncountable number of comments and reveals that there was evidently not the race companionship in Tarboro that I thought. Too bad, but better to know and not be fooled any more. Sad to say this, but throughout my life I have always been congenial with blacks but now I see it but a facade for many.
I hear the statue will go to Newmarket Battlefield at the Museum of the Civil War. VMI cadets helped to turn the tide of the battle there. A fitting place for Jackson I thinkTen Cadets were killed or died later from their wounds; 45 were wounded. The youngest was fifteen; the oldest twenty-five. Many Cadets lost their footwear in the freshly plowed soil, thick with mud after several days of rain. That part of the battlefield became known as the “Field of Lost Shoes.”
Yes, though Stonewall wasn't there. Check out the two pictures below from my military schoolhttp://www.namsouth.com/viewtopic.php?t=2147&highlight=greenbrier
As despicable as it was, I hope someone had the foresight to take LOTS of pictures as it was being taken down.
Will Virginia Mourning be next? Jackson's stature will go to New Market although he wasn't there at the time of the battle.Facts never both commies.