Alabama Mayor Wants New Orleans Confederate Monuments

THE SHRINE OF THE BLESSED SACRAMENT, HANCEVILLE, ALABAMA.

The small Alabama town of Hanceville wants the Confederate Monuments that New Orleans recently removed in an effort to appease the local Negros.

As a child, I walked the streets of Hanceville for a day or two many summers as we took our annual summer vacation to visit my father’s and mother’s relatives in Alabama, Georgia, and Kentucky. I’ve included a few pictures of Hanceville in this post.

CASTLE SAN MIGUEL, HANCEVILLE.

With an off the beaten path location and few local attractions, Hanceville is a place where you can still buy a home for $50,000 and up in a safe community. You probably won’t make much money there. ALL of my parent’s relatives were poor in dollars, if rich in spirit. It’s a lot easier for white people to be rich in spirit when they live in a town that’s 93 percent white.

With certainty, I can tell you that the monuments would have a good home for many decades to come in Hanceville.

NEW ORLEANS CONFEDERATE MONUMENTS.

Al.com

An Alabama mayor is offering to take Confederate-related monuments recently disassembled in New Orleans.

Hanceville Mayor Kenneth Nail wrote to New Orleans Mayor Mitch Landrieu, asking him to consider donating the monuments for display in Veterans Memorial Park in Hanceville. The town of about 3,250 people is about 40 miles (65 kilometers) north of Birmingham.

HANCEVILLE POLICE AND FIRE INVESTIGATING A FATAL HOUSE FIRE.

Nail tells The Cullman Times he’s heard nothing but positive feedback on the idea from Hanceville residents.

“One of my good friends, who is black, even messaged me on Facebook and told me, ‘Look, some of my ancestors were forced to fight in that war (the Civil War), and I think it’s a good idea to remember these things.’ He told me, ‘I drive a truck, and I’ll even go down there and pick them up if the city needs me to,'” Nail said Saturday.

“We did receive the letter and are in the process of responding,” Landrieu spokesman Tyronne Walker said in an email.

Walker reiterated that New Orleans officials plan soon to issue a formal request for proposals to host the monuments in a more appropriate place than the high-profile spots they once occupied.

“All proposals must state how they will place the statues in context, both in terms of why they were first erected and why the City chose to remove them in 2015,” Walker’s email said.

The monuments taken down by the city included a stone obelisk heralding white supremacy and three statues of Confederate stalwarts: Gen. Robert E. Lee, the Confederacy’s president, Jefferson Davis, and Gen. P.G.T. Beauregard. The city’s request for proposals does not include the Beauregard statue. Its future is murkier because of legal disputes over who owns the property on which it was placed, at the entrance to New Orleans’ City Park.

New Orleans is the most recent Southern city to remove Confederate symbols seen by some as vestiges of racism. The issue has been especially sensitive since Dylann Roof, an avowed white supremacist who posed in photos with the Confederate flag, gunned down nine people at a South Carolina church in 2015. Landrieu proposed that the Confederate statues in New Orleans be removed after those killings.

Nail said he’s only interested in obtaining the monuments if they can be had at little to no cost for his city — and so far, he hasn’t heard back about his letter.

“My view is that it’s an opportunity, a great teaching tool that we could have in our city,” he said. “It’s an opportunity for all of us to reflect on all our struggles, and to celebrate how far we’ve come, while clearly acknowledging that we had those struggles.”

A NEW ORLEANIAN WHO LACKS APPRECIATION FOR HISTORY.

Plantation System in Southern Life (1950 Coronet Instructional Films; American History)

The good old days explained without the egalitarian, cultural Marxist hysteria that would characterize anything produced today.

As our high school history teacher noted, the slaves were happy in their work. Most anti-slavery agitprop was yesteryear’s version of fake news.

Less than 11 minutes.

1994 Article Exposed the American Shadow Government That Seeks Total World Domination

Full text:

The Constitution Society

The Shadow Government

Copyright © 1994 Constitution Society. Permission is hereby granted to copy for noncommercial use.

Secret Rule

It is becoming increasingly apparent to American citizens that government is no longer being conducted in accordance with the U.S. Constitution, or, within states, according to state constitutions. While people have recognized for more than 150 years that the rich and powerful often corrupt individual officials, or exert undue influence to get legislation passed that favors their interests, most Americans still cling to the naive belief that such corruption is exceptional, and that most of the institutions of society, the courts, the press, and law enforcement agencies, still largely comply with the Constitution and the law in important matters. They expect that these corrupting forces are disunited and in competition with one another, so that they tend to balance one another.

Mounting evidence makes it clear that the situation is far worse than most people think, that during the last several decades the U.S. Constitution has been effectively overthrown, and that it is now observed only as a façade to deceive and placate the masses. What has replaced it is what many call the Shadow Government. It still, for the most part, operates in secret, because its control is not secure. The exposure of this regime and its operations must now become a primary duty of citizens who still believe in the Rule of Law and in the freedoms which this country is supposed to represent.

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Freedom Highway – 1956 Bus Trip Across America – WDTVLIVE42

A great half hour bus trip across America–in COLOR.

Fantastic! This little film HONORS American history, telling Americans they have much to be proud of. And, as a bonus, Angie Dickinson plays hard to get!

Show this one to the grandkids!

Uploaded on Aug 4, 2011

A Greyhound bus transports us from San Francisco to Washington, D.C. through the landscape of American mythology.

Trivia: actress Angie Dickinson plays the role of a bus passenger in this film.

WDTVLIVE42 – Transport, technology, and general interest movies from the past – newsreels, documentaries & publicity films from my archives.

This film was produced by Jerry Fairbanks. Fairbanks was an amazing guy, a successful gentile in an industry dominated by Jews. You can read his story at Wikipedia.

As Expected, Baptists Second Vote Condemns “White Supremacy”

As reported here yesterday, the Southern Baptists refused to consider a resolution condemning the alt-right, a resolution promoted by a black pastor, the Rev. Dwight McKissic.

As also reported, the evangelical group was expected to take up the issue again after the liberal media pressured them to do so. It was presented by the press as a case of evil whitey oppressing a po ol’ Nigra.

Let’s see what the Southern Baptists passed.

Excerpt from HuffPo

The final resolution, unambiguously titled “On The Anti-Gospel Of Alt-Right White Supremacy,” finally went to the floor for a vote on Wednesday and passed.

The resolution condemned “every form of racism, including alt-right white supremacy, as antithetical to the Gospel of Jesus Christ.” It didn’t mention the curse of Ham, which Duke said would be “redundant.”

McKissic said he was satisfied with the final resolution and hoped it would be a stepping stone for further action on racial justice. But he added that “until the convention repents the curse of Ham by name,” the denomination will continue to be haunted by its racist past.

“The damage was done by taking three votes on something that was a no-brainer,” McKissic said. “What’s the reason they couldn’t so readily say that white supremacy is wrong and the alt-right is evil? Many of us are asking that question.”

Click on the “continue reading” button to see the resolution and to read my brief commentary.

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Old Commercials That Would Be “Politically Incorrect” Today (Video)

These commercials actually were pretty much spot on with the truth. The Kool Aid Kids in Japan is fun. It’s also fun to see Fred Flintstone take a Winston cigarette break. Marriage, ethnicity, sex roles, and more are seen in stark contrast to what is allowed today.

Less than 15 minutes. Which one is your favorite?

Published on May 2, 2017

There was nothing wrong with these TV ads at the time. But they wouldn’t air in these “Oh, wait, I’m offended” days.

The American Future in One Picture

“If you want a picture of the future, imagine a minority thot’s ass in your face – forever.”

Seen at Twitter