by Douglas Mercer
RECENTLY MINTED Negro-worshipper Ralph Northam cut a statue of Bobby Lee in half and put it in cold storage for future generations of mixed-raced cretins to p— on.
They say the Great Replacement is a myth but better to believe your eyes. They are removing our history and putting theirs in its place — though theirs is a sorry history, one not worthy of the name, and they have to lie about it all the time.
They were going to remove an old time capsule placed under the statue in 1887 by much better people than they, but the lazy bastards couldn’t even find it, so they gave up, this not being a hard-working bunch. Which is good; there’s no way these evil monsters should ever get their mitts on something so priceless. Let it sit in the Earth until a better Folk arrives to rescue and cherish it. (Look at the top of this page: “A New People.”)
Crews in Virginia ended a daylong search Thursday after they were unable to locate a 134-year-old time capsule state officials believe is buried in the pedestal of a statue of Confederate Gen. Robert E. Lee that towered over Richmond for more than a century.
State officials were scheduled to remove the 134-year-old time capsule from the cornerstone a day after the large Confederate statue was taken down. But after removing more than half a dozen large, heavy stones, crews were unable to find it.
Northam has been seen bloviating and uttering the usual bromides:
“This monument and its time capsule reflected Virginia in 1890 — and it’s time to remove both, so that our public spaces better reflect who we are as a people in 2021. The past 18 months have seen historic change, from the pandemic to protests for racial justice that led to the removal of these monuments to a lost cause. It is fitting that we replace the old time capsule with a new one that tells that story.”
Ah, the New Virginia. Used to be they’d say Virginia is for lovers, but now Virginia is for Congoids and race-mixers and non-White invaders and their nooseworthy collaborators. And the cause isn’t lost, sir. When we come to power we will build new monuments to the cause, and we will arrest everyone who had anything to do with removing this statue, including the crews.
Historians believe a copper time capsule was placed in the cornerstone of the Lee pedestal on October 27, 1887. Records from the Library of Virginia suggest that 37 Richmond residents, organizations, and businesses contributed about 60 objects to the capsule, many of which are believed to be related to the Confederacy.
Dwell deep in the Earth it will — until comes a better time, a better people, a new order, and a new way of life.
The new capsule was crafted by Paul DiPasquale who also created Richmond’s Arthur Ashe monument.
Apparently this guy’s specialty is Negro-loving which, in these debased times, should be a lucrative racket for him — for a while.
And of course we are in for tectonic transitions.
“The 1887 capsule we will remove this week offers us an incisive bite of time when the Lee Monument was erected. Now in 2021, this capsule gives future Virginians artifacts of the tectonic transition that has happened to us,” said DiPasquale. “The pedestal marks the past and has a new message for the future: we, all of us, are the New Virginia.”
Not us — we want no part of it. Your future leads nowhere.
The statue was hoisted off its pedestal on Wednesday, more than a year after Governor Ralph Northam ordered its removal in June 2020 after protests over racism and police brutality erupted across the country following the police killing of George Floyd in Minneapolis last year.
“It’s time to say to the world, this is today’s Virginia, not yesterday’s. And one day, when future generations look back at this moment, they will be able to learn about the inclusive, welcoming Commonwealth that we are building together. I encourage Virginians to be part of this unique effort to tell our shared story.”
What bitter bilge. Among the knick-knacks and tchotchkes they placed in the new time capsule are:
- A Black ballerina posing in front of the now-removed statue of Robert E. Lee
- A “Kente cloth” (?)
- A portrait of 24 immigrants
- A hip hop album
- A railroad spike from an African ancestral burial ground (??)
- An LGBT walking tour program
- The minutes from a Presbyterian Church’s decision to set up an advisory board on the subject of “dismantling racism”
- Submissions from a Black History contest
- A flier from a “Stop Asian Hate” protest
- and much, much more!
The 39 artifacts are intended to reflect the cultural moment in Virginia’s, and the nation’s, history. In the past year and a half, Virginia had a deep reckoning with racism. Protests for racial justice, sparked by the death of George Floyd, led to the removal of statues originally placed to memorialize those who fought to continue a way of life that enslaved other human beings.
They call them “artifacts” but that’s a tad highfalutin’ for this cultural toilet paper. Apparently they didn’t go with the discarded cans of 40s, the price tags for all the emergency room visits for the victims of endless Black crime and violence, the various kinds of “hair reaves” (Ebonics for “weaves”), and pictures of the burnt-out buildings in the Black ghettos.
Apparently we have “traversed a deep reckoning with the racial past” and the new time capsule will give us a “snapshot in time.”
It is indeed a snapshot of our time, the whole sordid mess. And when the great White future begins its reckoning, we will ritually desecrate it with all the dignity it deserves, and then leave it, and them, to the wolves.
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