History Under Seige

Washington and Lee College is under seige by “The Committee”. What? That’s a stupid question, of course its a black student group.

VIA Amren

Above The Law

Here is a list of demands from a group of black law students calling themselves “The Committee”:

Here is a list of the FOUR DEMANDS:

1. We demand that the University fully recognize Martin Luther King, Jr. Day on the undergraduate campus.

2. We demand that the University stop allowing neo-confederates to march on campus with confederate flags on Lee-Jackson Day.

3. We demand that the University immediately remove all confederate flags from its property and premises, including those flags located within Lee Chapel.

4. We demand that the University issue an official apology for the University’s participation in chattel slavery, including a denunciation of General Robert E. Lee’s participation in slavery.

If the school does not act by SEPTEMBER 1, 2014 we WILL engage in civil disobedience.

 

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I expect the faculty to cave, of course. Its a wonder that Battle Flags and Lee’s tomb are still displayed.

 

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12 thoughts on “History Under Seige

  1. General Robert E. Lee, was a bloodline off of my bloodline. Would the homeys like for me to tell them a few words??
    “We demand”, usually resulted in a taste of the whip. From 1865 to 2014, they still need a crutch. My kids got no financial assistance for college, I paid for it. My kids were born and I had nothing for free, no coverage, I worked, and I paid everything. Never collected welfare and never collected food stamps, never collected any free money scam. But too many others, Negroes, continue to, “Demand”.

  2. This ain’t the 1960s were everybody gave a damn.
    Nobody with any sense gives a rats-ass how much civil disobedience they do in 2014. If WL caves, they need to change their name to reflect such a disgraceful act. University of Sissified Millennials, Communist and Girly-Boys, UPMCG.
    Brittius, we’re distant cousins or something. My maternal grandmother was a Lee from Danville.

  3. The parasitic element of today learned long ago that making ad hominem attacks and demands for their own selfish gain would indeed work in many cases. If not, as has been threatened, these humanoids simply engage in terrorist attacks on the person and property of others.

    In 1988 I had the privilege of visiting the office of Gen. Lee and his burial chamber pictured above, it was an awe inspiring and unforgettable experience. From 1865 until his death NO ONE worked more than Mr. Lee in attempting to reunite the divided country.

    Today the descendants of those that were set free during and immediately after the War Between the States are protesting the historical significance of this sight and at the same time, reviving and perpetuating the division of that time. True history will again be rewritten by a vacuous element of society as their demands will no doubt be honored by spineless simpletons.

  4. Demand all they want. They can take their dog and pony show to some other establishment for higher education. I wish them good luck in that endeavor. It hasn’t taken hold so far. Dumbasses…

  5. Mary Todd Lincoln’s family (specifically her father) owned slaves also, this is well documented. The hypocrisy of the Emancipation Proclamation is little known by many people. “Honest Abe’s” proclamation only freed those slaves that were outside of the areas of the southern states that were under occupation of the northern army. Slavery continued in the occupied southern states until the end of the war.

    Actually Lincoln was hesitant about freeing the slaves. his proclamation was simply a political move to discourage England from entering the war on the Confederate side. England was disgusted by slavery even though they “colonized” (enslaved!) many places around the world.

    It would appear the honorable leaders and nations of old were liars and hypocrites as well as those of today!

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