Confederate statues

The attachment to the Confederacy by some Americans is misplaced loyalty. The Confederacy was fighting to retain slavery through States Rights. How can you justify that?? After the Battle of Gettysburg, Southern leadership knew that the South couldn’t win the Civil War. Instead of negotiating an end to the war, they continued to fight until well over half of the south’s young white males had been killed. Only 219 of the original 6000 men who served under General ‘Stonewall’ Jackson survived the War.(1) Should Confederate Generals be honored for wasting thousands of lives on both sides?

We MUST put the Civil War behind us and put our energy into saving America for future generations - as the World War Two generation did. We must unite against America’s enemies - La Raza, the Nazi Party, Black Lives Matter, KKK, New Black Panthers, Nation of Islam, CAIR (Council on American-Islamic Relations), and expose black on white crime.

If you are a Christian and support the Confederacy, this is a roadblock in your relationship with the Lord. What could be better then to be in a proper relationship to God? (James 5:16) Admit southerners were misguided on the slavery issue and give up the ghosts of the past. Then we will have the moral high ground.

Confederate statutes on a Battlefield or museum must be preserved. Confederate statues in town squares, parks should be replaced with true heroes from the South.

A partial list of Southern heroes:

Audie Murphy was from Texas.

North Carolina had 6 medal of honor winners in World War 2, one of them being Jack Lucas on Iwo Jima - just 5 days after his 17th birthday. He was the Youngest American in this century to receive the award. North Carolina had 2 Medal of Honor winners in WW1.

Mississippi had 4 Medal of Honor winners in WW2 and 3 during the Korean War.

In 1926,  Alabaman Waldo Semon invented PVC and that’s not all. Semon earned 116 patents over the course of his 100-year life.

No one could argue with statues of these people.

It’s time to FINALLY end the Civil War.


Sep 2020