While various arguments arise for the removal of the Confederate Flag and other articles associated with the American Civil War/War between the States, a consistent and glaring theme that few discuss is the eradication of American history in all its’ glory and ugliness. America is not perfect, but Americans from both the north and south, east and west have always striven to be free from tyrants and a government that forgets that it was established to serve the people, and not the other way around. Our Founders stated for all to read for all time and eternity that the average man and woman, all people from every background and life experience have rights, and government has only the powers that the sovereign people have delegated to it. This founding principle is also being erased by politicians in BOTH political parties. Americans are not perfect, but Americans are a forgiving people, and when wrong is exposed Americans want to right the wrong, institute correction so as not to have a repeat of the wrong, and to embrace all who adopt the American values, creeds, and ideals formulated by our Forefathers who created this unique nation. There are, however, those who clearly despise America wishing and working to change and transform this Nation into something it was never, ever intended to be, and in attempting to accomplish this diabolical endeavor, erase all elements of our country’s history in the process. Mentioned below is but another example of the transformation taking place to eradicate America’s history; rather than embracing our history and learning from the same.
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America’s principles helped create a country like none other, an exceptional nation that many in elected office today resent and are working diligently to transform into merely a country within the global sphere of countries. These folks with dark hearts cannot comprehend why Americans defend their country with every drop of blood within them. Those with diabolical schemes coursing through their veins cannot figure why Americans look fondly to this nation’s origins, vigilantly assert their political rights and civic responsibilities, and hold in their hearts the special meaning that is America with our role, and yes, our responsibility in the world.
Transform America. Eradicate all signs and wonders of America’s exceptional creation. Forever remove all history so a population has no reference point, no foundation, and no appreciation much less understanding of all the costs simply to bring us to this point in time. Transform America into something far from the ideals and vision our Forefathers intended and gave their sacred honor to embrace. Erase every monument and article of this Nation’s history to redirect the citizens of America into a New-World Order that is not exceptional at all except for its’ tyrannical rule and removal of individual rights and freedoms, including the celebrating of individual gifts and strengths. The men of Kentucky would not have stood for this; neither would the men of Pennsylvania. No…the brave and dedicated men who faced off against one another in the War Between the States would have linked arms and faced off against the evil change and eradication now attempting to sweep across this land, and the countries of the world. What about you!?
LYLE J. RAPACKI, Ph.D. is an intelligence, behavioral analysis and threat assessment specialist who has provided intelligence briefings and consultations to selected members of the Arizona State Legislature since June of 2010, on matters associated with US Border Security and threats against the sovereignty of the state. He also has provided consultations to elected and law enforcement officials across the country. Lyle’s greater privilege is to sound the Shofar of Warning to the church of the enemy approaching the gates, and who is already inside. He is a regular writer for The Olive Branch Report, a Christian online publication whose articles are then picked-up by other platforms across the country.
A Confederate monument capped with a statue of a Confederate soldier will be removed from a spot near the University of Louisville campus where it has stood since 1895.
The stone monument honoring Kentuckians who died for the Confederacy in the Civil War will be moved to another location, University President James Ramsey and Louisville Mayor Greg Fischer said during a surprise announcement Friday.
“It’s time for us to move this monument to a more appropriate place,” Ramsey said while standing in front of the stone memorial, which sits next to the university’s gleaming Speed Art museum that just completed a $60 million renovation.
Governments and universities across the country have re-evaluated displays of Confederate symbols following the racially motivated slayings last summer of nine black parishioners at the Emanuel AME church in Charleston, South Carolina.
The tall, obelisk-style monument will be disassembled and cleaned while it is in storage awaiting a new location, which has not been determined. It was given to the city by the Kentucky Woman’s Monument Association.
Ricky Jones, a professor of Pan-African studies at the university, said he has been pushing for removal of the statue since he arrived at the university in the late 1990s.
“I can’t tell you how happy I am,” Jones said after the announcement Friday. “I think this statue being on the campus is somewhat akin to flying the Confederate flag over the (university’s) administration building.”
Jones wrote in a newspaper opinion piece last week that the statue is a “towering granite and bronze eyesore glorifying the nadir of America’s past.”
Jones and Mayor Fischer noted that the university was much smaller when the statue was put up at the turn of the century, and the campus has developed around it.
University and city officials have been working on the removal for several weeks and there was even construction equipment parked alongside the base of the monument on Friday during the announcement.
Kentucky is the birthplace of both Abraham Lincoln and Jefferson Davis, the only president of the Confederacy. Both are honored in the state’s Capitol rotunda with large statues. Following the Charleston church shootings, leaders from both political parties called for the removal of the Davis statue. But a state commission voted 7-2 not to remove it.
SOURCE: From The Trenches World Report