War on History - Wales may remove statues of "old white men" | Eastern North Carolina Now

Statues and other memorials to some of the UK's greatest national heroes may be on the chopping block by Wales' Labour government in response to demands from the radical Marxist BLM.  A published "audit" says statues of "old white men" may be "offensive to a diverse modern community".  Targets include Sir Winston Churchill, Admiral Lord Horatio Nelson, Admiral Sir Francis Drake, King William IV, and former Prime Ministers Peel and Gladstone.  The audit lists 208 statues and other memorials for "further consideration".



This is just another example of how absolutely evil this Marxist BLM organization is.  They are pushing a copy of Chairman Mao's "Cultural Revolution."

Before Americans get too complacent, we need to remember that our woke military, pushed by our woke Congress (including our own RINO Congressman Greg Murphy who voted for it) just renamed all military bases named after southern generals from the War Between the States.  This insane cancel culture and Maoist Cultural Revolution is happening right here, with Fort Bragg, now no longer known as Fort Bragg (thanks a whole hell of a lot, Murphy!)

As George Orwell wrote "the most effective way to destroy people is to deny and obliterate their own understanding of their history."

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( March 12th, 2023 @ 9:21 pm )
‘Those who do not learn history are doomed to repeat it.’

The quote is most likely due to writer and philosopher George Santayana, and in its original form it read, “Those who cannot remember the past are condemned to repeat it.”
we do not have to look far to find people that lived through World war 2, Korea, Vietnam, the Berlin Crises, the Killing fields of Cambodia, the war in the Middle East, and the list goes on. But it is not being taught in our schools. Now it stands at our back door to start all over again. "When will they ever learn".

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