• Trump Exec. Order On Monuments: Don’t Look Away

    June 23, 2020
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    Albert Pike
    Trump Exec. Order On Monuments: Don’t Look Away
    1860 Civil War Flag of the United States of America
    (includes the stars for each of the southern states that seceded)

    President Donald Trump said Tuesday he’ll issue an executive order to protect monuments erected to fallen American patriots and notable citizens who shaped the nations destiny. It is already illegal to deface or damage these monuments but Trump said, “I will have an executive order very shortly, and all it’s really going to do is reinforce what’s already there, but in a more uniform way.”

    The forthcoming Executive Order comes the day after anarchists in the Antifa and Black Lives Matter movement attempted to pull down a statue of President Andrew Jackson which stands in Lafayette Park. This attempted desecration of America’s 7th POTUS follows weeks of monument busting by vicious “protestors” who were left impotent and disorganized once AG Barr swept up their tactical leadership during the last weekend of May. The first statue desecrations started on June 2 and have continued with the tacit approval of big city mayors and their confederate police chiefs.

    The civic mismanagement and outright sedition on display by Democrat Governors, AG’s, Mayors and Police who allow these mobs to vandalize property and national monuments fills citizens with disgust for their weakness. Americans will bot be frightened into submission by gangs or miscreant communists working in loose coordination with the DNC and elected Left-wing “leaders” in Democrat states and cities.

    The attacks on these statues of long gone American champions shows an uninspiring cowardice on the part of the revolutionaries who, even with the help of the Mayor and Police Chief, can only topple a piece of artwork and desecrate a symbol of what they claim to hate. But these sniveling woke scolds would never step forward to challenge a living, breathing “American Nationalist” because they know they’d get their fanny spanked and sent to the basement.

    The enforcement agency for Trump‘s executive order remains an unknown. It is clear that local police will not stop the destruction even though the vandals are not skilled in the art of violent protest and have no heart in the fight. Deploying Federal law enforcement requires planning and the rapid deployment of armed force to cities all over the country. The threat to invoke the Insurrection Act and deploy US soldiers to restore order and ensure domestic tranquility has been shot down by the Military/Industrial complex when Sec. of Defense Mark Esper said the he didn’t think it was appropriate during his June 3 press conference.

    Ten days later President Trump delivered the commencement address at the West Point graduation ceremony but Secretary Esper didn’t show up at his alma mater to participate in the festivities. In his remarks Trump lionized military leaders like General Ulysses S. Grant and General Douglas MacArthur and then called on the cadets to remember their duty and act accordingly. ”These great leaders were not afraid of what others might say about them. They didn’t care. They knew their duty was to protect our country. They knew the Army exists to preserve the Republic and the strong foundations upon which it stands: family, God, country, liberty, and justice. They were true, tough American Patriots. That is what our country needs, especially in these times, and that is what you are.”

    Something very similar was said to West Point graduates Braxton Bragg, John Bell Hood, Robert Edward Lee, Leonidas Polk, Ambrose Powell Hill Jr., George Edward Pickett and Pierre Gustave Toutant-Beauregard who would posthumously have US military bases named in their honor. The Confederate generals were trained US military men who fought for the United States and were counted among her favorite son’s before the great rift which caused so much death and misery in mid- nineteenth century America. It makes one wonder who among today’s military leaders might turn on their elected President and the nation he leads?



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    Wm E . (Bill) Bowser

    The 36 star flag shown was in use from 7/4/1865 until 7/4/1867. Since the Civil War ended in April 1865 this can not be described as the Civil War flag. At the beginning of the Civil War the flag had 33 stars.

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