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The Alamo, Everywhere
By Fred Beare

Enough of this bullshit! It is one thing to tear down statues of the Founding Fathers, but these statue-tearing pricks are now going too far, and are setting out to obliterate the memories of Americas truly great men, Texans, like Jim Bowie. Here is the story from:

“Dallas ISD [Independent School District — that is, the public school system — RD] is researching the histories of Ben Franklin, Sam Houston, Thomas Jefferson and 17 other historical figures, looking into whether their connections with slavery or the Confederacy should prompt reconsideration of their names on DISD campuses.

Last Thursday, DISD administration recommended changing the names of four schools honoring Confederate generals: Stonewall Jackson, Robert E. Lee, Albert Sidney Johnston and William L. Cabell elementary schools. During that discussion, it was mentioned that there is a much broader list of at least 21 names that bear further investigation, if trustees were compelled to do so.

They’ll be compelled, all right. More:

The Dallas Morning News has obtained a copy of that list, which includes Texas revolutionaries and founders such as Sam Houston, James Bowie and William Travis, U.S. presidents Thomas Jefferson and James Madison, and Dallas pioneers James Gaston and William Brown Miller.

Elizalde acknowledged to trustees the difficulty in drawing a line on where to proceed. Some of the schools’ namesakes were involved with the Confederacy, but in lesser army ranks or non-combat roles. As examples, Elizalde mentioned John H. Reagan, the Confederacy’s postmaster, and Nancy Cochran, who according to Elizalde’s research, “encouraged her sons” to fight for the Confederacy.

So let me get this straight: in Dallas, Texas — Dallas, Texas! — the school board is thinking about expunging the names of Sam Houston, as well as Alamo heroes Jim Bowie and William Travis? That is even more shocking than Thomas Jefferson, James Madison, and Benjamin Franklin. If you’re not from Texas, or never lived there, it is impossible to overstate the reverence with which Texans hold men involved in the Texas Revolution. Except in 2017, I guess it actually is possible.”

I don’t know if anyone else from Texas blogs at the noble LaFond site, but this sort of stuff makes White Texan blood boil. But, DISD data indicates that only five percent of DISD students are White.

However, there are other statistics that the politically correct multicult fascist regime should chew over: a recent Ipsos poll, post-Battle of Charlottesville, found that 31 percent of responders, about 100 million people, agreed that “America must protect and preserve its White European heritage.” Further, 8 percent of respondents, about 26 million Americans, are in support of White nationalist ideals, more than the entire population of Australia:

Note too, Dark Lords of Mordor, that the tipping point for the social inevitability of ideas is only 10 percent: once 10 percent of people have a commitment they would die for, the ideas ultimately come to prevail:

“Social Consensus Through the Influence of Committed Minorities,”

J. Xie, S. Sreenivasan, G. Korniss, W. Zhang, C. Lim, and B. K. Szymanski

“Phys. Rev.” E 84, 011130 – Published 22 July 2011:

It takes even less people to knock over a regime, especially if they get to the point of feeling that they have lost it all and have nothing left to lose. Unleashing a philosophy of nihilistic revenge, surely will not be good for capitalist business. Remember too, that there is no space exit from Earth in the foreseeable future. This is it.

Can’t we all just have a few drinks and let everything cool down? What was wrong with the old plan of letting us slowly die out? Peace, anyone?

Are you sure, really sure, that you want to go down this road?

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ShepSeptember 21, 2017 8:58 PM UTC

I'm a couple thousand miles from Texas, and it makes my blood boil.