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Dec 20 2013

Robert E. Lee, Stonewall Jackson Slated to Become Unpersons

It isn’t only lead characters on popular cable shows who need to be erased if they don’t conform to the currently enforced ideology. Historical figures need to go too — even some of the most important:

The U.S. Army War College, which molds future field generals, has begun discussing whether it should remove its portraits of Confederate generals — including those of Robert E. Lee and Thomas “Stonewall” Jackson.

Was the war fought to preserve the Union or to subjugate the South? If the American heroes Lee and Jackson become unpersons, we will finally have a definitive answer.

In the end, not only the South but our entire civilization will be erased if we fail to cure it of the totalitarian mindset of those who insist that every aspect of life must comply with liberalism.

On a tip from Lyle.

17 Responses to “Robert E. Lee, Stonewall Jackson Slated to Become Unpersons”

  1. ThisObamaNation says:

    Communists always try to scrub the history books once they are in power.

  2. Sarge says:

    “The War of Northern Aggression continues….”

  3. JustAl says:

    Is it the “War College” or the “Political Indoctrination Center”?

    Regardless of your opinion about the Confederacy, it boasted some of the most successful and innovative Generals of the century. I once read that Rommel was an avid student of the campaigns of Nathan Bedford Forrest, though the claim is disputed.

  4. DJ says:

    What we whites must come to grips with is we are in the midst of an ethnocide being perpetrated against us. Of course ethnocide, or cultural genocide, is the dimension of a broader process known as genocide.


  5. MB says:

    From the Commandant of the US Army War College:

    ‘There was no directive to “remove all traces of the CSA.”’

    Might have to scroll down to see the communication.

  6. SNuss says:

    Just wondering, does the War College use Field Marshall Rommel’s book as a training aid for warfare? Or, the writings of Admiral Yamamoto? I would guess yes to both.
    What is the difference? They are supposed to be studying military tactics, not political blathering.

  7. Spartan24 says:

    Stonewall Jackson helped found at least two black churches that are still in existence today plus he personally taught a number of slaves to read and write when it was against VA law at the time.

  8. Otto Octavius says:

    How long before the unperson list includes Washington and Grant? Washington was a slave owner, Grant smoked and drank. Here’s hoping none of our generals ever said anything negative about homosexuality, right Patton?

  9. Anonymous says:


    Within the long arms of the Rio Grande, the Potomac and the Ohio, and in scattered gatherings beyond the great rivers, Southerners in January will lift a glass of buttermilk to toast the birthdays of two of the greatest Americans who ever lived.

    Robert E. Lee was born on Jan. 19, and Thomas J. Jackson was born on Jan. 21. Stonewall Jackson’s fame lay on the battlefield where he died. Lee’s fame was of a broader nature. If ever a human being approached perfection, it was Lee.

    Appointed to West Point, he finished second in his class (Sen. John McCain finished in the bottom five at Annapolis). Lee never received a single demerit during his four-year stay at the Point. So far as I know, it is a record that still stands.

    He and Jackson both distinguished themselves during the Mexican War. Jackson became a teacher at Virginia Military Institute. Lee was appointed superintendent of West Point and afterward served with the 2nd Cavalry on the Texas frontier.

    Home on leave, he was asked to lead the troops against John Brown and his renegades. So well thought of was he that when the secession crisis arose, Lee was the first choice to lead the Union army. Now think about this. Here is a man who chose the profession of arms as his life’s work. He did not approve of secession, and he thought slavery was a moral evil. Here he was offered the apex of a professional soldier’s ambitions.

    Yet, after much anguished thought, he turned it down and resigned his commission in the U.S. Army. He could not take up arms against family, friends and…

    The best book to read about Lee is Recollections and Letters of Gen. Robert E. Lee, by his son, Capt. Robert Lee. That would be a good book to give to any young man still in school. The advice Lee gives his children in various letters is needed more now than ever.

    Why Enemies of Liberty Love Lincoln

    by Prof. Thomas J. DiLorenzo

    On June 2, 2007, Thomas J. DiLorenzo gave the following Speech at the Future of Freedom Foundation’s conference Restoring the Republic: Foreign Policy and Civil Liberties. (VIDEO)

  10. Anonymous says:


    General Stonewall Jackson was, without question, one of the greatest generals America ever produced. He was fearless in battle and his legendary “Valley Campaign” fought in the Shenandoah Valley of Virginia is still studied to this day. But more than that, he was a devout Christian and a lover of all good men – regardless of their color.

    Southerners and lovers of truth should do everything possible to educate future generations about the truth of our history, especially when it comes to the heroes of our faith and of our beloved Southland. Only in truth can we worship the Creator of all men.

  11. KHarn says:

    “Progressives” are demanding that the Bedford Forrest school in Tennessee change it’s name. It’s not the first time it’s happened, the yankees have been chipping away at Southern culture for more than a century.

    Sheridan’s brutal campaign in the Shenandoah Valley was studied in the GERMAN army from the mid-1870’s to the late 1930’s.

  12. JDavid says:

    Our first imperial president, Ol’ Abe, was the top strategist/general for the Constitution-busting Yankees during most of the war, maybe they should replace Jackson/Lee’s pic with his…

  13. Spurwing Plover says:

    And replace them with Nelson Mandela and Yasir(Thats my Baby)Arafat Both terrorists adored by braindead liberals

  14. Eric says:

    It is the absolute right of all victorious military/political powers to purge any points of history which they may deem to be undesirable for the future to know.

    The point is to not let them win.

  15. Veritas says:

    One need read the Washington Times account of this purge. No officer or thought process that does not kneel to Marxism will be tolerated in the new, fabulous military.

    The US has never produced the likes of Jackson and Lee. I doubt it ever will again.

  16. JustAl says:

    @Otto Octavius
    Grant (vis his wife) was also a slave owner. Unlike Lee, who freed his wife’s slaves before required by law, Grant didn’t free his wife’s slaves until after the war when the Constitution was amended. A “bitter clinger” of sorts. Or so I’ve read.

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