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When the Muslims took Constantinople in 1453, one of the first things they did was t ake down the monumental Column of Justinian. Having stood for centuries, this act by the conquering Saracens in dismantling the statue was a reminder they were in control.

What once was, was now lost to those who now determined what would be.

An act of humiliation. You’ve been conquered and there’s nothing you can do to restore what we have taken from you, and what you once venerated will be systematically taken down, replaced, and lost to the hands of time. [Museum Proposes Melting Lee Statue to Make New Artwork, Bloomberg, October 21, 2021]:

Charlottesville, Va. (AP) — A Virginia museum is proposing to melt down a statue of Confederate Gen. Robert E. Lee that was the focus of a violent white nationalist rally in 2017 in Charlottesville and create a new work of public art.

The Jefferson School African American Heritage Center submitted its proposal last week to Charlottesville’s city council and city manager, The Daily Progress reported. It outlines a plan to create the new work of art through a community engagement process and then give it to the city to be installed on public land.

“Recontextualization is not enough,” the museum said in the proposal, stressing that wherever the statue goes, it would remain “an icon of violent white supremacy.”

The Memory Project at UVa’s Democracy Initiative, Open Society Foundations and Virginia Humanities have already pledged funding to the project totaling \$590,000. The project is estimated to cost \$1.1 million, including funding for a project manager, according to Andrea Douglas, executive director of the Jefferson School.

While the Jefferson School did not submit a monetary offer to the city for ownership of the statue, it would assume all financial responsibility for the project with no financial obligation from the city.

The council voted to remove the statues of Lee and Gen. Thomas “Stonewall” Jackson in June. It has sought statements of interest from entities interested in ownership of one or both of the statues, which were removed in July. Dozens of entities and individuals responded.

Last month, the city solicited full proposals that would specifically re-contextualize the statues. It received five proposals. The Jefferson School is the only local entity and one of two Virginia entities that submitted proposals. The other proposals were submitted by the Ratcliffe Foundation in Russell County; the LAXART museum in Los Angeles; the Trans-Allegheny Lunatic Asylum in Weston, West Virginia; and a private citizen in Utopia, Texas.

Nothing more than ritualistic humiliation at this point, reflecting exactly what happened to the people of Constantinople and their monuments upon losing their civilization to the Muslims in 1453. Once conquered, there is no negotiating.

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  1. Watch the BLM gang commission some commie White to craft a primate statue out of the reclaimed metals.

    • Replies: @CCZ
    , @Bite Moi
  2. Rebel Roy says:

    Great work Paul Kersey.I have purchased several of your books in the last year or so and loved them.Keep up the important work and may the good Lord bless and keep you.

    • Agree: Jameson
  3. Hey you stupid fucks at UVa, they’re coming for Thomas Jefferson next.

    • Replies: @HT
    , @Piglet
  4. Jameson says:

    What they should do is just partially melt it down and leave it as nothing, destroyed, much in the same way they have destroyed the cities of America. Let weeds grow up around it. The new powers that be aren’t really about creating anything, just destroying.

  5. HT says:
    @Cool Daddy Jimbo

    That will make them even happier.

  6. HT says:

    And when it happens most whites will look the other way and go about their business like cattle in a holding pen outside the slaughterhouse totally unaware or refusing to believe their time is coming.

    • Agree: bruce county, Augustus
  7. The Robert E Lee statue will be melted…


    Reincarnated as a bronze statue of Negro Porn Actor…….GEORGE FLOYD….

    And the Negro Ape General Floyd Atkins threatens the Slavic Man Vladimir Putin two days ago…

    • Replies: @Trevor
    , @Sick 'n Tired
  8. usNthem says:

    The thing that really pisses me off are the numerous White people who are aiding and abetting this crap. If they weren’t on board, joggers wouldn’t be getting s*** for shinola. Too large a segment of “our people” are more than willing to throw it all away to appease the savages. What they seemingly don’t realize is they’re going to end in the cannibal’s pot regardless.

  9. BluEidDvl says:

    This madness will continue as long as 95% of our people are such abject moral cowards. So afraid of being given the label of “racist” that they’ll throw away their children’s future & that of our very civilization.

    What’s next?. Mt. Rushmore & Stone Mountain Georgia?. The Jefferson & Washington monuments in D.C.?. How about the Lincoln memorial?, he wanted to repatriate the slaves back to Africa. How about the very names of our national capitol & Washington state?. How about Columbus Ohio?. All the confederate monuments at Gettysburg or Antietam?. Where will all of this end?. Many may laugh but who would’ve thought just a few short years ago we’d be seeing this madness now?. It’s all happening right before our eyes & there’s been barely a peep from my fellow Americans. I’ve lost family & friends for my stance on what is happening to our country & people. A terrible price to pay but I refuse to live on my knees.

    If “they” win then we truly do deserve what’s coming to us..

    • Agree: usNthem, AR in Illinois
  10. this act by the conquering Saracens in dismantling the statue was a reminder they were in control.

    There’s a mosque atop the Temple Mount. When the Saracens takeover this country, they’ll erect one atop the US Capitol.

    An inferiority complex.

    Boko Haram!

  11. CCZ says:
    @Detroit Refugee

    And the liberal guilt virtual signaling white savior complex whites will provide the bananas:

    • LOL: Augustus
  12. Bite Moi says:
    @Detroit Refugee

    Detroit Refugee———–Would that i could purchase and display General Lee’s statue.I don’t know a modern American general fit to shine his boots.

  13. Bite Moi says:

    usNthem———–2021 is the 101st anniversary of the women’s vote. Where the women go the soy bois follow. Real men lead,or at least wander off in a different direction.

  14. Anonymous[945] • Disclaimer says:

    You are correct about numerous white people aiding this crap. Unfortunately for me, many of these fools are relatives, and “former” friends. Trying to avoid them as much as possible for the last few years. Hard to watch this never ending dismantling of our history. Brilliant men thrown over for the freaks, and ghouls.

  15. “the focus of a violent white nationalist rally”

    Yeah, it got violent, but that was from all the lefty assholes and antifa. And it wasn’t a “white nationalist” rally, it was a group of people trying to protest the erasure of their history. I hate reading articles like this that have the usual lefty/commie/racial spin.

  16. @usNthem

    The term for the white traitors is “shabbos goy.”

    They sell us out for money and status.

    There is no way to vote your way out of this.

  17. And the black teen masses of lazy black asses strikes again. Why is it we can’t have nice things?

    Mel-O-Glaze, DreamHaven Books in south Minneapolis robbed at gunpoint minutes apart

    A pair of south Minneapolis small businesses were robbed at gunpoint just minutes apart Thursday afternoon. 

    The first armed robbery happened at approximately 2:51 p.m. at Mel-O-Glaze Bakery, located on the corner of South 28th Avenue and East Minnehaha Parkway near Lake Nokomis. The police report says three unidentified Black male suspects robbed the store at gunpoint, getting away with cash from the register and beverages. 

    The suspects left the area in an unlicensed vehicle. Six minutes later, DreamHaven Books, located at 2301 East 38th Street – about 10 blocks north of Mel-O-Glaze – was robbed at gunpoint by three unidentified Black male suspects. They fled on foot with cash and a cellphone stolen during the robbery. 

    “Any connection between these two incidents will be addressed as part of the investigation,” MPD spokesperson Garrett Parten told Bring Me The News. 

    Greg Ketter, owner of DreamHaven Books, told Bring Me The News that his business hadn’t had any cash sales during the day so they didn’t lose much, “only the change in the drawer.” But it was the latest in a series of attacks on his business over the past 12 months. 

    On Nov. 9, 2020, “they assaulted my employee and me without saying a word,” Ketter said of the first time his store was robbed. He said he lost his wallet during that robbery and a large cash payment from a customer. 

    Ketter said DreamHaven was targeted again in December 2020 and January 2021, but he was prepared those times and the suspects fled after seeing him armed with a baseball bat.  

    “Each of these three times it was shortly before closing. This time they came with a gun in the middle of the day,” Ketter said. 

    Ketter said he was told by someone from the police department that “there are 3 people in custody that we think are the people who hit us and Mel-O-Glaze,” though an MPD spokesperson told Bring Me The News on Saturday morning that “suspects in both cases remain unidentified.”

    No injuries were reported in either armed robbery.

    • Replies: @AR in Illinois
  18. I hope this isn’t a new thing for homecoming at our proud HBCU’s! 😉

    Morgan State homecoming shooting in Baltimore leaves student wounded: reports

    The victim was in stable condition in a hospital and was alert and conscious, a report said

    By Dom Calicchio | Fox News

    A shooting Saturday evening during homecoming weekend at Morgan State University in Baltimore has left at least one student wounded, according to reports.

    The student was identified only as an 18-year-old male. Police responding to the scene found the victim with a gunshot wound to his chest, FOX 45 of Baltimore reported.

    The victim was in stable condition in a hospital and was alert and conscious, the station reported.

    Officials at the historically Black research university wrote on Twitter that the gunfire erupted around 7 p.m. near the Montebello Complex on the university’s south campus, but FOX 45 reported that police were called to the area nearly a half-hour earlier.

    There was no longer an active threat on campus, the university claimed Saturday night, according to The Baltimore Sun.

    The gunfire came after Morgan State’s football team lost to North Carolina Central 28-17 earlier in the day, and a day after Maryland Gov. Larry Hogan and U.S. Rep. Kweisi Mfume were on hand for the grand opening of a new student services building, the Sun reported.

    No suspects were reported to be in custody. Police asked that anyone with information call detectives at 410-396-2444, or use the anonymous Metro Crime Stoppers line at 1-800-7-LOCKUP.

  19. Piglet says:
    @Cool Daddy Jimbo

    In one way they already have. The Thomas Jefferson Elementary School in ultra-white-liberal-leftist Falls Church, VA, outside of Washington, DC, has already been renamed.

    OT: Also in Falls Church, recently a 73-year-old man using an ATM at 5:20 a.m. on his way to work was shot by a “yoot” as one can see in the surveillance photos. He lay there for an hour before a passing cyclist noticed him. The man later died from his wound. See:

    The victim’s nickname was “Cooty Bird” so I suspect he’s black as well. The location is in the Tinner Hill area just outside the south side of the city which has been “historically black” for generations. As a kid growing up not too far away, I knew it to be black and dangerous, a place to avoid.

    A few blocks north of the site of the shooting is a very large BLACK LIVES MATTER banner, just in case any white liberals nearby need reminding. It is clear, however, that black lives don’t matter at all to other blacks.

    • Thanks: Lancelot_Link
    • LOL: Sick 'n Tired
  20. Trevor says:
    @War for Blair Mountain

    And the Negro Ape General Floyd Atkins threatens the Slavic Man Vladimir Putin two days ago…

    General Floyd is going to be busy attacking China first.

    • Replies: @loren
  21. Piglet says:

    OT: What’s happening in the USA is by no means unique. In London, where Brits are a minority in their own capital city, the mayor, a Paki named Sadiq Khan, has renaming plans of his own.

    Give our tax BACK, citizens say as London mayor launches funding scheme for renaming streets in the name of diversity

    Not everyone’s going along with the insanity:
    Putin slams ‘cancel culture’ and trans rights, calling teaching gender fluidity ‘crime against humanity’

    Russian President Vladimir Putin again attacked Western liberalism in a fiery address on Thursday, blasting so-called cancel culture and advances in gay and transgender rights.

    Speaking at the annual meeting of the Valdai Discussion Club in the Black Sea resort of Sochi, Putin stressed that his country should adhere to its own “spiritual values and historical traditions,” while steering clear of “sociocultural disturbances” in the West.

    Some Westerners believe “the aggressive deletion of whole pages of their own history, reverse discrimination against the majority in the interests of minorities … constitute movement toward public renewal,” Putin said. “It’s their right, but we are asking them to steer clear of our home. We have a different viewpoint.” (emphasis added)

    Putin, who told the Financial Times of London newspaper in 2019 that liberalism had become “obsolete,” has loudly advocated for what he considers to be traditional family values. In his Thursday remarks, he said the notion that children are “taught that a boy can become a girl and vice versa” is monstrous and “on the verge of a crime against humanity.”

    He also suggested that transgender rights supporters were demanding an end to “basic things such as mother, father, family or gender differences.”

    During the Cold War I spent many years stationed in Europe opposite Soviet forces. Now the USSR is gone, our own governments have turned against us, and the leader of what was once part of the USSR is one of the few on the international scene who actually talks sense. How times have changed!

    • Replies: @raga10
  22. Jameson says:

    The modern liberal is a truly twisted creature, confused, illiterate with regard to history, driven by emotions. They don’t see blacks for what they are, whatever violence or problems exist in the black community they see as the fault of other whites who are not like them. Another similar delusion is in the liberal Christian community who are welcoming Islam into the West, utterly clueless as the truth about Islam, what it did to the Christians in the lands it conquered, what it will do to them here once they have enough numbers. It is nothing that you can rationally understand, they are actually insane, functioning insane perhaps, but insane nonetheless, out of touch with reality, and dangerous. But how to stop them?

  23. On the subject of “humiliating them right back”, Black Hissry Mumph lesson plans from the NEA:

    There are 3 separate categories on this page:  K-5, 6-8, 9-12.  Anyone care to help debunk?  We could have particular fun using the “African Invention Myths” to debunk the claims about African-American “inventors”, science and STEM.

    PK, could we have an Unz discussion page for this stuff?

    • Replies: @dindunuffins
  24. AWM says:

    We have “race traitors” of every race.
    And in each and every case, they need to be put down.

  25. Desperation.

    It annoys me that they do this but on another level it affirms that they are desperate and terrified of the truth getting out. They are deeply worried that they will lose despite having cultural dominance.

  26. If angry black people don’t like historical monuments, simply make a modern one on private land somewhere dedicated to some white child that was slaughtered at the hands of a particularly vicious member of their race. Who could object to that? “This statue was erected to the memory of the millions of whites who have been …” This is not complicated.

  27. R.C. says:

    It’s beyond obvious that these people are gleeful hatchet men. Their controllers are worse.
    Anger inducing to say the very least.

  28. @Lancelot_Link

    Those owners need to do the only sane thing left, get the hell out of that dying craphole and find Whiter pastures. Otherwise we may reading a story here about them someday.

    • Agree: Lancelot_Link

    I don’t know what a “Kason Parker” is but Meghan Kiefer sounds pretty white to me.

    • Replies: @loren
  30. “If angry black people don’t like historical monuments, simply make a modern one on private land somewhere”

    Is your front lawn available?

  31. @loren

    Like most of these articles written by blacks, I can’t read more than a few paragraphs without getting pissed. Then I stop reading. I compare it to watching a news broadcast. The blatant spin and outright lies are too much for me. I know that it is good to know how your enemy thinks but I can only do it in small doses.

    • Agree: loren
  32. OT. This story sums up the behavior of them almost completely. It has greed, poor impulse control, low IQ, lack of future time orientation….oh, and the typical offender “dead eyes”.

  33. @Mr. Rational

    traffic signal–Invented by Garrett A. Morgan in 1923? Nope.
    The first known traffic signal appeared in London in 1868 near the Houses of Parliament. Designed by JP Knight, it featured two semaphore arms and two gas lamps. The earliest electric traffic lights include Lester Wire’s two-color version set up in Salt Lake City circa 1912, James Hoge’s system (US patent #1,251,666) installed in Cleveland by the American Traffic Signal Company in 1914, and William Potts’ 4-way red-yellow-green lights introduced in Detroit beginning in 1920. New York City traffic towers began flashing three-color signals also in 1920.

    Garrett Morgan’s cross-shaped, crank-operated semaphore was not among the first half-hundred patented traffic signals, nor was it “automatic” as is sometimes claimed, nor did it play any part in the evolution of the modern traffic light.

    Gas Mask
    Garrett Morgan in 1914? Nope.
    The invention of the gas mask predates Morgan’s breathing device by several decades. Early versions were constructed by the Scottish chemist John Stenhouse in 1854 and the physicist John Tyndall in the 1870s, among many other inventors prior to World War I.

    Peanut Butter
    George Washington Carver (who began his peanut research in 1903)? Nope.
    Peanuts, which are native to the New World tropics, were mashed into paste by Aztecs hundreds of years ago. Evidence of modern peanut butter comes from US patent #306727 issued to Marcellus Gilmore Edson of Montreal, Quebec in 1884, for a process of milling roasted peanuts between heated surfaces until the peanuts reached “a fluid or semi-fluid state.” As the product cooled, it set into what Edson described as “a consistency like that of butter, lard, or ointment.” In 1890, George A. Bayle Jr., owner of a food business in St. Louis, manufactured peanut butter and sold it out of barrels. J.H. Kellogg, of cereal fame, secured US patent #580787 in 1897 for his “Process of Preparing Nutmeal,” which produced a “pasty adhesive substance” that Kellogg called “nut-butter.”

    George Washington Carver
    “Discovered” hundreds of new and important uses for the peanut? Fathered the peanut industry? Revolutionized southern US agriculture? Nope.
    Research by Barry Mackintosh, who served as bureau historian for the National Park Service (which manages the G.W. Carver National Monument), demonstrated the following:

    Most of Carver’s peanut and sweet potato creations were either unoriginal, impractical, or of uncertain effectiveness. No product born in his laboratory was widely adopted.
    The boom years for Southern peanut production came prior to, and not as a result of, Carver’s promotion of the crop.
    Carver’s work to improve regional farming practices was not of pioneering scientific importance and had little demonstrable impact.

    Automatic Lubricator, “Real McCoy”
    Elijah McCoy revolutionized industry in 1872 by inventing the first device to automatically oil machinery? Nope. The phrase “Real McCoy” arose to distinguish Elijah’s inventions from cheap imitations? Nope.
    The oil cup, which automatically delivers a steady trickle of lubricant to machine parts while the machine is running, predates McCoy’s career; a description of one appears in the May 6, 1848 issue of Scientific American. The automatic “displacement lubricator” for steam engines was developed in 1860 by John Ramsbottom of England, and notably improved in 1862 by James Roscoe of the same country. The “hydrostatic” lubricator originated no later than 1871.

    Variants of the phrase Real McCoy appear in Scottish literature dating back to at least 1856 — well before Elijah McCoy could have been involved.

    Blood Bank
    Dr. Charles Drew in 1940? Nope.
    During World War I, Dr. Oswald H. Robertson of the US army preserved blood in a citrate-glucose solution and stored it in cooled containers for later transfusion. This was the first use of “banked” blood. By the mid-1930s the Russians had set up a national network of facilities for the collection, typing, and storage of blood. Bernard Fantus, influenced by the Russian program, established the first hospital blood bank in the United States at Chicago’s Cook County Hospital in 1937. It was Fantus who coined the term “blood bank.”

    Blood Plasma
    Did Charles Drew “discover” (in about 1940) that plasma could be separated and stored apart from the rest of the blood, thereby revolutionizing transfusion medicine? Nope.
    The possibility of using blood plasma for transfusion purposes was known at least since 1918, when English physician Gordon R. Ward suggested it in a medical journal. In the mid-1930s, John Elliott advanced the idea, emphasizing plasma’s advantages in shelf life and donor-recipient compatibility, and in 1939 he and two colleagues reported having used stored plasma in 191 transfusions. Charles Drew was not responsible for any breakthrough scientific or medical discovery; his main career achievement lay in supervising or co-supervising major programs for the collection and shipment of blood and plasma.

    Washington DC city plan
    Benjamin Banneker? Nope.
    Pierre-Charles L’Enfant created the layout of Washington DC. Banneker assisted Andrew Ellicott in the survey of the federal territory, but played no direct role in the actual planning of the city. The story of Banneker reconstructing the city design from memory after L’Enfant ran away with the plans (with the implication that the project would have failed if not for Banneker) has been debunked by historians.

    Filament for Light Bulb
    Lewis Latimer invented the carbon filament in 1881 or 1882? Nope.
    English chemist/physicist Joseph Swan experimented with a carbon-filament incandescent light all the way back in 1860, and by 1878 had developed a better design which he patented in Britain. On the other side of the Atlantic, Thomas Edison developed a successful carbon-filament bulb, receiving a patent for it (#223898) in January 1880, before Lewis Latimer did any work in electric lighting. From 1880 onward, countless patents were issued for innovations in filament design and manufacture (Edison had over 50 of them). Neither of Latimer’s two filament-related patents in 1881 and 1882 were among them, nor did they make the light bulb last longer, nor is there reason to believe they were adopted outside Hiram Maxim’s company where Latimer worked at the time. (He was not hired by Edison’s company until 1884, primarily as a draftsman and an expert witness in patent litigations).

    Latimer also did not come up with the first screw socket for the light bulb or the first book on electric lighting.

    Heart Surgery (first successful)
    Dr. Daniel Hale Williams in 1893? Nope.
    Dr. Williams repaired a wound not in the heart muscle itself, but in the sac surrounding it, the pericardium. This operation was not the first of its type: Henry Dalton of St. Louis performed a nearly identical operation two years earlier, with the patient fully recovering. Decades before that, the Spaniard Francisco Romero carried out the first successful pericardial surgery of any type, incising the pericardium to drain fluid compressing the heart.

    Surgery on the actual human heart muscle, and not just the pericardium, was first successfully accomplished by Ludwig Rehn of Germany when he repaired a wounded right ventricle in 1896. More than 50 years later came surgery on the open heart, pioneered by John Lewis, C. Walton Lillehei (often called the “father of open heart surgery”) and John Gibbon (who invented the heart-lung machine).

    plenty more……I could post this all day.

  34. @War for Blair Mountain

    Putin has enough bodies under his belt that I doubt the gives two shits what any US military diversity hire has to say. He sees the US celebrating promoting a trans man to Admiral, and acting like it’s a great thing, while China is firing off hypersonic nuke capable missiles. The US has defeated itself and constantly crows about it’s supposed wins, like being the most diverse or having the first female/homo/trans/minority in charge of something, instead of having the most competent, accomplished, or able in said position.

    • Agree: Mr. Rational
  35. @Lancelot_Link

    Officials at the historically Black research university wrote on Twitter that the gunfire erupted around 7 p.m. near the Montebello Complex on the university’s south campus, but FOX 45 reported that police were called to the area nearly a half-hour earlier.


  36. usNthem says:
    @Joseph Doaks

    About the only monument to blacks that they’re worthy of is a lawn jockey, and even that is iffy…

    • LOL: AR in Illinois
  37. raga10 says:

    Putin stressed that his country should adhere to its own “spiritual values and historical traditions,”

    Which ones?
    The city today known as Volgograd was known as Stalingrad previously, and as Tsaritsyn before then.
    St Petersburg was also known as Leningrad, and prior to that, briefly, as Petrograd.
    Revolutionaries tore down a number of statues and memorials and in turn a lot of their statues got taken down later. Statues of Lenin became rather unpopular at one point, with a number of them destroyed.

    In short, it is rather funny to invoke words of Putin in this context – Russia itself has been rather inconsistent when it comes to preserving its heritage.


    It was quite common in ancient Rome to just remake faces of existing statues to resemble whoever was in power that week. Sometimes they didn’t even bother with that – they just changed the inscription because after all, in those days before mass media, who would even know the difference?


    Where I was going with the above examples is that I think there is some difference between erasing your own history (definitely bad) and adjusting public displays in order to align them with whatever values the society holds at present (maybe not so terrible after all?).


    As for Justinian column… Yeah, these two are completely alike… except Lee’s statue was actually only about hundred years old. And as much as it pains me to defend Muslims, Justinian column was kind of already falling apart by the time they took over.

  38. @AR in Illinois

    Like most of these articles written by blacks, I can’t read more than a few paragraphs without getting pissed.

    If the article is legible, it was most likely written by a white or (((white))) person, and handed to a black, with the obligatory pat on the head.

  39. @Joseph Doaks

    “If angry black people don’t like historical monuments, simply make a modern one on private land somewhere”

    Is your front lawn available?

    If you could see my front lawn, especially on MLK day, April 4th, “Juneteenth” etc, I think that you would be impressed.

  40. RLG says:
    @AR in Illinois

    AR in Illinois,
    I feel the exact same way. I have to hit the mute button on my t.v. numerous times throughout the day.

  41. loren says:

    that is a leader?

    • Replies: @Trevor
  42. Trevor says:

    … another diversity appointment by Slo Chi Com Cho…

  43. loren says:

    do a websearch. police records

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