Woke War on History: Fort Bragg bit the dust today | Eastern North Carolina Now

There was another casualty in the woke War on History today, as Fort Bragg formally bit the dust and was renamed.  We knew this was coming because the lefties and RINOs in Congress voted for it, including our own RINO Congressman Greg Murphy.  Fort Bragg was named for Lieutenant General Braxton Bragg, CSA, whose most signiciant military accomplishment was winning the significant Battle of Chicamauga in the western theatre of the War Between the States in 1863.  But Murphy and others are all-in on cancel culture against the South these days.  Maybe we can cancel Murphy in the next Congressional primary.


What was done with Fort Bragg and other military installations by Congress is summed up in a passage from George Orwell's dystophian novel "1984":      "Every record has been falisified or destroyed.  Every book has been rewritten, every picture has been repainted.  Every statue, street, building has been renamed, every date has been altered.  And that process is continuing day by day and minute by minute.  History has stopped.  All that is left is the endless present and the party is always right."

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( June 2nd, 2023 @ 10:57 pm )
This makes me HOT!!! But I best leave it at that for now.
( June 2nd, 2023 @ 8:14 pm )
My great great grandfather served under General Braxton Bragg in 1864-1865 when he was in command at Wilmington, NC and my ancestor was part of the garrison at Fort Fisher. It was Gen. Bragg's failure to use the thousands of troops under his command to reinforce or relieve Fort Fisher that led to its fall from a yankee force landed from transports. Bragg's failure to do that led to the capture of Wilmington, and hastened the fall of the Confederate States.

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