Liberals Celebrate After Forcing THIS “Special” Addition To Stone Mountain Confederate Memorial…


Stone Mountain has been targeted by the anti-Confederate insanity that began sweeping the country in the aftermath of the attack on Emanuel African Methodist Episcopal Church in Charleston back in June. Stone Mountain hosts “the largest high relief sculpture in the world,” depicting Confederate President Jefferson Davis, along with Generals Robert E. Lee and Thomas J. “Stonewall” Jackson. It truly is an amazing feat and a magnificent work of art.

The Atlanta Chapter of the NAACP has called for the removal of the Confederacy from Stone Mountain Park. Local chapter president Richard Rose says, “It is time for Georgia and other Southern states to end the glorification of slavery and white supremacy, paid for and maintained, with the taxes of all its citizens.” According to Rose, “all of this recognition of Confederate generals is upholding the white supremacy on which the Confederacy was founded and the war was fought.” He goes on to say, “all of this should have ended in 1865 when Lee surrendered to Appomattox.” He’s referring to, what historians refer to as, one of the last battles before Confederate Army General Robert Lee surrendered to Union Army Lt. Ulysses Grant on April 9, 1865.



Now, according to The Washington Post, the NAACP wants to transform it into a Civil Rights memorial instead. That’s right folks! 

How does this make any sense? Can’t they find another mountain to put whatever the hell they want on it? It’s ridiculous.

State authorities have announced plans to use the space to also honor the nation’s most beloved civil rights leader, the Rev. Martin Luther King Jr.

The monument to the martyr would stand amid America’s pro-slavery heroes, on a storied spot that once served as a gathering place for the Ku Klux Klan, the Atlanta Journal-Constitution reported. It would feature a tower that would include a likeness of the Liberty Bell — a symbol of the country’s independence — along with a line taken from King’s 1963 “I Have a Dream” speech: “Let freedom ring from Stone Mountain of Georgia.”


The “freedom bell” will periodically ring from the mountaintop.

Georgia Gov. Nathan Deal is said to be fully on board with the idea, and the details are supposed to be ironed out later. But the state’s Sons of Confederate Veterans group strongly disagrees and has hinted at legal action.


Conservative Tribune reports:

“This is an insult to us,” Tim Pilgrim, head of the Georgia chapter of the Sons of Confederate Veterans, said to The Atlanta Journal-Constitution. “This is like the government going down to Auburn Avenue and putting a monument of Jefferson Davis, Robert E. Lee and Stonewall Jackson on top of the King monument. How would supporters of Martin Luther King feel about that?”

The premise was that the Confederate memorial is entirely separate from the Civil Rights movement, meaning that it makes no sense to mix them together.

Georgia resident Kaycie Cruz disagreed, arguing that the addition of MLK would perhaps “attract more tourists.”

“I can’t believe people are making such a big deal about (the Confederate carving),” she said.

Regardless, according to Bill Stephens, chief executive officer for the Stone Mountain Memorial Association, the new monument should be up by the summer of 2016.

(H/T IJ Review)

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