100 Year Old World War I Memorial Must be Torn Down, Court Rules, Because It’s in the Shape of a Cross

Here’s just one more in a long list of outrageous decisions made by federal judges. The destruction of American history and the obliteration of Christianity from public life will lead to nothing good.

Take a look at the beautiful war memorial above before its torn down.

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Back in 1925, the American Legion erected a memorial in Bladensburg, Md., to honor the memory of 49 men who perished during World War I.

The 40-foot tall memorial became known as the “Peace Cross.”

In 2014, the American Humanist Association — a group that believes in “being good without a god” — filed a lawsuit alleging the cross-shaped memorial is unconstitutional and demanding it be demolished, altered, or removed.

They alleged the cross carries “an inherently religious message and creates the unmistakable appearance of honoring only Christian servicemen.”

On Wednesday, the Fourth Circuit Court of Appeals agreed and ruled the historic memorial must be torn down — all because the Bladensburg Memorial is in the shape of a cross.

The Fourth Circuit said the memorial excessively entangles the government in religion because the cross is the “core symbol of Christianity” and “breaches” the wall separating church and state.

Writing separately, Chief Judge Gregory wrote, “This Memorial stands in witness to the VALOR, ENDURANCE, COURAGE, and DEVOTION of the forty-nine residents of Prince George’s County, Maryland ‘who lost their lives in the Great War for the liberty of the world.’ I cannot agree that a monument so conceived and dedicated and that bears such witness violates the letter or spirit of the very Constitution these heroes died to defend.”

The American Legion could appeal directly to the Supreme Court.

“Today’s decision sets dangerous precedent by completely ignoring history, and it threatens removal and destruction of veterans memorials across America,” First Liberty Institute attorney Hiram Sasser said.

First Liberty Institute and the Jones Day law firm are representing the American Legion in their fight.

“This memorial has stood in honor of local veterans for almost 100 years and is lawful under the First Amendment,” Jones Day attorney Michael Carvin said. “To remove it would be a tremendous dishonor to the local men who gave their lives during The Great War.”

I warned Americans in my new book, “The Deplorables’ Guide to Making America Great Again,” that the war against religious liberty and traditional American values is far from over.

A militant group of atheists, agnostics and free-thinkers want to eradicate Christianity in the public marketplace. The only way to stop this evil scourge is for people of faith to stand together and fight back in the courts.

The weakness in the U.S. Constitution is that it allows judges to legislate from the bench, making wild outrageous interpretations of the Constitution. It judges to find new rights, such as the right of men to marry men. It took them over 200 years to discover that right, which is bizarre.

If Congress had guts, there would be many judges impeached. As it is, only fifteen federal judges have been impeached in American history.

Hitler’s Treason Speech: Transcript

HITLER AND CODEFENDANTS AT 1924 TRIAL.

Something different for this site.

When Adolf Hitler was tried for treason in 1924, he was given the opportunity to speak. That speech is offered without comment in an English translation. After the speech are two relevant links that help put it into context.

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Latina Professor Says Math is Racist, Promoting White Privilege

PROF. ROCHELLE GUTIERREZ. MATH IS HARD. GET RID OF IT.

Pick a topic. Any topic. Claim that it promotes white supremacy. Throw in the usual jargon. Send to a leftist journnal.

Voila! It’s published.

You get a 4 to 8 percent raise and mucho pats on the back from your fellow pepper bellies.

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A math education professor at the University of Illinois argued in a newly published book that algebraic and geometry skills perpetuate “unearned privilege” among whites.

Hey dumbass lady professor, you fergittin’ them thar gooks?

Huh? Ya fegettin’ them?

Our Asian friends get more of that nonexistent fairy dust you call “unearned privilege” than we whites get.

Rochelle Gutierrez, a professor at the University of Illinois, made the claim in a new anthology for math teachers, arguing that teachers must be aware of the “politics that mathematics brings” in society.

“On many levels, mathematics itself operates as Whiteness. Who gets credit for doing and developing mathematics, who is capable in mathematics, and who is seen as part of the mathematical community is generally viewed as White,” Gutierrez argued.

Are you blind, madam? Haven’t you noticed the Asians walking around with their plastic pocket protectors and slide rules?

The Asians aren’t white, for your information.

Gutierrez also worries that algebra and geometry perpetuate privilege, fretting that “curricula emphasizing terms like Pythagorean theorem and pi perpetuate a perception that mathematics was largely developed by Greeks and other Europeans.”

Uh, it was developed by Europeans, although not with a total monopoly on mathematical reasoning.

Math also helps actively perpetuate white privilege too, since the way our economy places a premium on math skills gives math a form of “unearned privilege” for math professors, who are disproportionately white.

“Are we really that smart just because we do mathematics?” she asks, further wondering why math professors get more research grants than “social studies or English” professors.

Solution: You nonwhites get in there and study math. Then when you’re math professors you too can get more money.

Are you aware, madam, that the IQ level of professors in different fields varies and that higher IQ people tend to earn more. I doubt that you’re one of them with a high IQ. In fact, I strongly suspect you’re one of the affirmative action hires.

Further, she also worries that evaluations of math skills can perpetuate discrimination against minorities, especially if they do worse than their white counterparts.

“If one is not viewed as mathematical, there will always be a sense of inferiority that can be summoned,” she says, adding that there are so many minorities who “have experienced microaggressions from participating in math classrooms… [where people are] judged by whether they can reason abstractly.”

Some races are more intelligent than others. I suppose, madam, that in your world a bad grade on a math quiz is a “microaggression.”

Really, madam, you’re making the case that whites really are the superior race. Although you seem not to want to talk about Asians because that wouldn’t be politically correct, would it.

To fight this, Gutierrez encourages aspiring math teachers to develop a sense of “political conocimiento,” a Spanish phrase for “political knowledge for teaching.”

Gutierrez stresses that all knowledge is “relational,” asserting that “Things cannot be known objectively; they must be known subjectively.”

How would you like to be a white person taking a class from this ignorant jackass!

Pass the dunce cap on to Professor Gutierrez. I think it will fit her perfectly.

The Truth About Native Americans before Europeans Arrived (Anti-White Propaganda Film)

A history professor has prepared a professionally produced anti-white propaganda film that focuses on how great the Native American population’s achievements were before the white man arrived.

Five minutes. I give it an A for production values, but F for content.

Peak Disinformation: Professors Suggest the VIKINGS Were MUSLIMS

ARABIC CHARACTERS?

If a thousand years from now the German people buried in the local cemetery where I live are found to be wearing Chinese shoes, then they will be called Chinamen by some archaeologist. If one of them is found buried with a German souvenir he brought back from Europe after World War II, then the locals here were Nazis.

The possibilities for propaganda are endless.

Today, the propaganda runs to the message that if you live in Scandinavia your ancestors worshiped Allah. You can’t logically resist the invasion of your lands by Middle Easterners today because they’ve always been there. Which is possible. The Vikings could have had an Arabic slave or two, I suppose.

The ancient history of Europe is fascinating, but new interpretations of it that just happen to fit the globalist agenda should not be accepted as truth. The Vikings were not Muslims nor were they Middle Easterners.

metro.co.uk

Fascinating new research has suggested Vikings could have been Muslim after archaeologists found the word ‘Allah’ woven into their burial clothes.

An investigation into funeral clothes which dates back to the ninth and 10th centuries have shed some new light on the relationship between the two worlds.

Experts found that patterns woven into garments excavated in Sweden spell the words ‘Allah’ and ‘Ali’, with the discovery raising questions about the influence of Islam on Scandinavia. Textile archaeologist Annika Larsson of Uppsala University told the BBC the material came from central Asia, Persia and China. She said tiny geometric designs on the clothes were not Scandinavian patterns at all but instead ancient Arabic Kufic script.

THE WORD ALLAH IS CLAIMED TO BE SEEN HERE.

She said: ‘The possibility that some of those in the graves were Muslim cannot be completely ruled out. ‘We know from other Viking tomb excavations that some of the people buried in them originated from places like Persia, where Islam was very dominant.

‘However, it is more likely these findings show that Viking age burial customs were influenced by Islamic ideas such as eternal life in paradise after death.’ It is the first time items mentioning Ali have been found in Scandinavia, and a team are now hoping to establish where the bodies came from. Larsson is convinced more Islamic inscriptions can be found in other Viking era discoveries. Amir De Martino, programme leader of Islamic studies at the Islamic College in London, suggests the patterns are not from either mainstream Shia culture or any fringe movements but instead a wrongly copied pattern.

The BBC covers this story in-depth. The Daily Mail also has a long article on this research, complete with more pictures and a comments section that offers skeptical opinions.

Universities Nationwide Replaced Columbus Day with Indigenous People’s Day as Trump Heralded His Greatness

All countries throughout history have invaded, genocided, bullied, and exploited their weaker neighbors. But to hear American universities tell it, the USA and Western Europe invented these impulses in human nature. Not only did white people invent them, Euro peoples are the only peoples on earth who ever do these things.

To college students, the world is binary:

White = evil

Nonwhite = gentle innocence

Thus, whites owe it to the world to self-genocide.

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Harvard University is the latest of a growing number of colleges to add “Indigenous Peoples’ Day” to its calendar, an effort, proponents say, to reject colonialism represented by Columbus Day.

Indigenous Peoples’ Day was first adopted in Berkeley, Calif. in 1992, but it’s recently become more popular on campuses nationwide.

Instead of celebrating explorer Christopher Columbus, students demonstrate against colonialism through events such as planting trees, hosting open mics to condemn so-called exploitation of weaker countries and providing guest lectures on Native American grievances.

Harvard’s decision comes a year after the Cambridge City Council unanimously decided to rename Columbus Day, The Harvard Crimson reported.

Nadeem Mazen, the Cambridge city councilor who proposed the renaming, said the move was intended to reclaim the day for Native Americans killed after Columbus landed.

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Descendant of Columbus Publishes Defense of Famous Ancestor on Columbus Day

CHRISTOPHER COLUMBUS XX, LEFT, IN 2002.

Christopher Columbus XX, a descendant of the Italian explorer, makes note of the shortcomings of indigenous peoples of the Americas, while defending his ancestor. He also critically notes the British role in the colonization of the New World.

Excerpt from USA Today

As the descendant of both Christopher Columbus and Montezuma II, the Aztec emperor, it is only natural that I would be interested in the debate over Columbus’ legacy in America.

History has some truly evil people. Columbus is certainly not one of them. Most often, history is not made up of perfect people and evil ones, but of complex people who must be understood in context.

What is happening at the hands of Columbus’ detractors is political, not historical. As his direct descendant and namesake, I should know.

Two cultures meeting for the first time in 1492 was no easy thing, but blaming Columbus for everything that went wrong hides the truth about him and about those who followed him. It also obscures the great things that the countries of the American hemisphere have accomplished.

What is lacking in the anti-Columbus narrative is any sense of history or of nuance.

Columbus did something incredible reaching the Bahamas on board three small ships. The fleet’s caravels were not warships but explorer vessels. He brought together two continents that didn’t know of one another’s existence. For the first time in history, the world acquired a truly global perspective.

We usually forget that people in the Middle Ages were deeply religious, much more than we are. This was certainly true of Columbus. Faith was his primary motivation.

Those who now question Columbus conveniently ignore the fact that slavery, cannibalism, warfare and even human sacrifice all existed in the Americas before he even sailed.

Even so, some today blame Columbus for everything they dislike in U.S. history, despite the ample evidence that he was a moderating force on his men, and the fact that he sought to keep good manners and friendly relations with Native Americans.

These same people blame him for the deaths of Native Americans when the overwhelming majority of those deaths were due to disease, caused by their different degree of immunity compared with the Europeans.

Blaming Columbus does his legacy a terrible injustice, but it does something else, too. It focuses anger on one man and on the wrong man.

The tactic of those who hate Columbus are resurrecting Anglo-supremacist propaganda that paints all who sailed under the Spanish flag — or were Hispanic — as violent and untrustworthy. They hated not just Catholics in general but Columbus in particular because he was the Catholic hero in U.S. history. In English-speaking countries, British explorers tend to be treated far better than Spanish ones.

Today, Americans learn little to nothing of English atrocities in America, while Columbus — who sailed under Spain’s flag and never actually set foot on the territory of the United States — is blamed for every mistake any Spaniard or Portuguese explorer or colonist ever made — and any that the British or Americans made as well.

Few schoolchildren in this country will ever learn that Spain’s kings quickly gave Spanish citizenship to Native Americans and began restricting enslavement of Native Americans, after a theological debate. Spain began a moral revolution when slavery was accepted by the rest of the European countries. Meanwhile, Spain built universities to educate the Indians and churches to minister to their spiritual needs.

Few in school today will learn that the Spanish worked to integrate with Native Americans, while the British and the Americans tended to have much more combative relationships with them and often forced them onto small reservations. Spain never founded any reservation.

Many scholars have noted that Spain’s laws and actions regarding Native Americans were superior to those of the British and often even the Americans.

But the bias continues. California provides a case in point. Contrary to the popular schoolbook history, it was not the padres and the missions the Spanish founded that caused the collapse of the Native American population. Rather, it was the white Americans who, after gold was discovered, decimated the population from 150,000 to 30,000, murdering four in 10 of those who died after 1845.

Thank you Christopher Columbus. At least some of us will continue to recognize your courage on this, your annual day.