Washington: Not Forgotten


The lives of White American leaders are increasingly erased — or savaged — in the culture and curricula of today.

by R. V. Lily

ONE OF THE MOST FAMOUS assaults against the Founding Fathers occurred in New Orleans, Louisiana in late 1997. Declaring that “George Washington has about as much meaning as David Duke” to Black students today and asking, “Would a Jew let his child go to a school named after Adolf Hitler?”, “civil rights” leader Carl Galmon (of the remarkably named Louisiana Committee Against Apartheid) succeeded in his campaign to change the name of George Washington Elementary School to Dr. Charles Richard Drew Elementary School.

On October 27, 1997, the Orleans Parish School Board voted unanimously for the name change. This was more important to them than the fact that a great number of students in the parish (more than 90% at one school) were performing woefully below accepted reading levels. This absurdly disturbing decision was in fact the culmination of a widespread campaign to degrade this great nation’s Founding Fathers and in so doing to deny their legacy fought for and won by our ancestors over two hundred years ago.

This was not the first school renamed in Orleans parish, though — it was in fact the 27th school to be renamed in New Orleans in a period of just five years. Back in 1992, the school board set a policy prohibiting schools from being named after “former slave owners or others who did not respect equal opportunity for all.” At the time, 49 out of 121 schools were named after slave owners. Early casualties were schools named for Confederates: Jefferson Davis Elementary became Ernest Morial (a Black mayor of New Orleans) School. A school named for Robert E. Lee is now named in honor of Black astronaut Ronald McNair. P.G.T. Beauregard Junior High is now Thurgood Marshall Middle School. Expanding its scope, the board even changed the name of a school honoring Marie Couvent, the owner of an orphanage, who, while Black, also owned slaves. The big guns were brought out, however, albeit silently in the night, when the sights were trained on the father of our country.

Of course, in many jurisdictions all over the U.S. — and in other parts of the White world, too — names of streets, schools, public buildings, and institutions are being challenged and changed to meet the demands of multiracialists and Jewish supremacists. Gradually, as National Vanguard writer Kevin Alfred Strom predicted more than a dozen years ago, the great White men and women who built our civilization are being erased from our collective memories and replaced — as those who sought to destroy us, like “Martin Luther King” and Nelson Mandela are elevated into heroes by the new regime.

George Washington made relatively few statements on race, but we do know 1) his attitude toward Blacks was a kindly one, 2) he was essentially ignorant of the Jewish problem, which can scarcely be said to have existed in Colonial America, 3) he expected slavery to gradually be abolished, and 4) he presided over the administration under which the Naturalization Act of 1790 was first enacted, which provided that only Whites could become citizens of the United States.

Perhaps his most relevant legacies today are his example of bravery and resourcefulness against tremendous odds — and his warning against foreign influence over our government, so important today as we suffer under our “entangling alliance” with the Jewish supremacist state of Israel. He warned us, in his own words “against the insidious wiles of foreign influence — I conjure you to believe me, fellow citizens, history and experience prove that foreign influence is one of the most baneful foes of republican government.” Washington would regard the neocons as invaders, in my opinion, and would have treated them far more harshly than he treated General Cornwallis.

And what Washington — a firm believer in the liberties that he had helped win at such a great cost — would have to say about the phony “conservatives” who push such abominations as the misnamed and freedom-destroying Patriot Act probably is not printable.

It is almost comically ironic that Abraham Lincoln is so adored by the same multiracialists who condemn Washington. Lincoln, far more so than Washington, was clearly a White separatist; in fact, he explicitly stated he wanted all Blacks returned to Africa. Though we may rightly condemn many of his acts against the South and against the Constitution, on one thing he was clear: Blacks and Whites should not live under the same government. In this he was a Jeffersonian.

The Emancipation Proclamation, his act to free the slaves, was in fact a war measure (“a fit and necessary war measure for suppressing said rebellion,” quoting the document itself). Its intent was clearly to disrupt the internal governments and societies of the South and in so doing disrupt the Confederate war effort, especially in areas like South Carolina where the Black population was very large. This great act did not, it is important to remember, free the slaves in the border states who had refrained from joining the Confederacy, nor did it, in point of fact, free the slaves in Southern areas already under Union control.

Abe Lincoln’s action of freeing the slaves, despite the purely practical and non-multiracialist reasons for the act, serve to win Lincoln a special place in the hearts and minds of multiracialists, but Washington’s ownership of slaves whom he inherited and treated well brand him an “evil racist.”

If great numbers of us do not join together and resist the trashing of our history, if we don’t stand firm for the ideals upon which this country was founded — including racial integrity, then our children and grandchildren will never learn who George Washington, Thomas Jefferson, James Madison, and the other Founding Fathers ever were. When they are asked to write a report in school about the Constitution, they will read it as a foreign, archaic document meaning nothing to them, and they will be forced by the multiracialists who determine the school agenda to deconstruct all of the basic principles originally espoused in it and explain why each of those guarantees of freedom and liberty for our folk were in fact evil and “racist.”

If we stand idly by and watch our history being rewritten, we will prove ourselves unworthy of the freedoms we will soon have lost.

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Source: National Alliance

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19 April, 2015 10:43 am

What is really known about these great leaders was inherited as national pride or respect on faith that all of America beginnings were founded on men’s highest virtues and ideals which became an identity. But it would be cast on a disinherited generation of ignorance and complaisance , which became fertile soil for disillusionment and that delighted the vigilant subversives who blasphemy holy things and cast aspersions with impunity on national institutions and revel in the slander of General Washington or Jefferson and Robert E. Lee or any other men of quality. Such cynical remaking of history sadly emerges in which the amplified disrespect of a derelict and degenerate rapine magnify a lawless and decadent world. It does not change. One Sunday they shout hosannas , the next, “crucify him”!… Read more »

20 April, 2015 3:36 am

I fully understand the sentiment. Look at the Sydney 2000 Olympics, and here I am talking about the opening ceremony. The Olympic Organizers purposely down-played the role Captain Cook had in the discovery of Australia as a white nation. Instead they had troops of semi naked aboriginal females, with their breasts sagging down to their kneecaps, but concealed by what looked like an infant’s bib, dancing and chanting. This was supposed to represent the culture of the great white southern land. Don’t make me laugh!!! At about the same time my children were asked to take part in a “sorry” ceremony organized for all public schools across Australia. Each child was supposed to go up to a microphone and say sorry to the aboriginals – even though at some schools… Read more »