Alabama Supreme Court Upholds Confederate Monument Law

Confederate monuments came under attack from the radical left several years ago. In 2017, the SPLC joined the fray and published a list of places and monuments with “Confederate names” that they claimed had the potential to act as “catalysts” to “unleash more turmoil and bloodshed.”

The city of Birmingham, Alabama, decided that it would be a great idea to hide a Confederate monument behind plywood screens after the state sued the city more than two years ago.

This week, the Alabama Supreme Court unanimously ruled that this action violated state law.

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5 Responses to Alabama Supreme Court Upholds Confederate Monument Law

  1. Donny Corleone says:

    A small victory which will do nothing to stop or even slow the debasement of The South and Southern culture. This jewish led war against tradition and the Southern Way are prompting the (((usual suspects))) to become more emboldened.
    Make no mistake about it; the war on us and our way of life is just ramping up. Better harden the fuck up or get ready to be eliminated in the coming war.
    If you doubt me or my message just wait until the 2020 election and its aftermath. It will become more evident in the coming year or two.
    You had best be ready.

  2. Trib says:

    Sweet Home Alabama!

  3. Jeffery in Alabama says:

    “Rammer jammer Yellowhammer. Give ’em hell Alabamer”!

    The ruling was a won battle, but we are not going to win the war until we forcibly make the “white genocide-culture assassins cease and desist.

  4. Mals says:

    Blame the Jews. Always works.

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