Arlington National Cemetery’s 108 Year Old Confederate Memorial Is Slated for Demolition

We MUST NOT ALLOW the Desecration of
Arlington National Cemetery
Arlington National Cemetery, 109 year old Confederate Memorial to the Reconciliation and Reunification of our great nation after our bloodiest war.
Arlington National Cemetery, 109 year old Confederate Memorial to the Reconciliation and Reunification of our great nation after our bloodiest war.

The magnificent 108 year old Confederate Memorial in Arlington National Cemetery is slated for demolition thanks to Ty Seidule and the politicized Woke naming commission whose mission is to erase Southern history from the Confederate era.

The Confederate Memorial was enthusiastically promoted by Congress, three presidents and veterans North and South to signify the RECONCILIATION and REUNIFICATION of our great nation after the War Between the States.

Educate yourself on this abomination and take action! Time is short!

Here is a link to an informative nine minute video, "The Arlington Confederate Monument," produced by the Abbeville Institute.

The Arlington Confederate Monument

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We can not allow our nation's most sacred burial ground to be dishonored and stained by a Woke political commission. Remember, the Confederate Memorial was the idea of Union veteran and President of the United States, William McKinley. It was enthusiastically approved by Congress. Another president, William Howard Taft, spoke at the laying of the cornerstone. A third president, Woodrow Wilson, spoke at the dedication ceremony June 4, 1914 as did Union and Confederate veterans.

In the War Between the States, 750,000 died and over a million were maimed.

The Confederate Memorial was designed and constructed by internationally renowned Jewish sculptor Moses Ezekiel, himself a Confederate veteran, a graduate of VMI. He is buried with three other Southerners at the base of his beautiful monument thus making it their headstone but also the grave markers for 462 other Confederate graves arranged in concentric circles around the monument and an intergral part of the memorial as was intended by Congress, three presidents, and veterans North and South.

Aerial view of the Confederate Memorial in Arlington National Cemetery with over 500 graves of Confederate soldiers and some family in concentric circles around it. The sculptor, internationally renowned Jewish artist Moses Ezekiel, a Confederate veteran, is buried with three others at the base of his beautiful monument to the reconciliation of North and South after the War Between the States.
Aerial view of the Confederate Memorial in Arlington National Cemetery with over 500 graves of Confederate soldiers and some family in concentric circles around it. The sculptor, internationally renowned Jewish artist Moses Ezekiel, a Confederate veteran, is buried with three others at the base of his beautiful monument to the reconciliation of North and South after the War Between the States.
View from the ground at Arlington National Cemetery of the beautiful Confederate Memorial symbolizing the reconciliation of our country after the bloody War Between the States. Photo courtesy Derrick Johnson.
View from the ground at Arlington National Cemetery of the beautiful Confederate Memorial symbolizing the reconciliation of our country after the bloody War Between the States. Photo courtesy Derrick Johnson.
Every American, no matter one's politics, should be OUTRAGED

Here are two good articles from Chronicles Magazine:

Monuments Matter

The Fate of Moses Jacob Ezekiel and His Memorial to the Confederate Dead

Take action TODAY!
Do not allow a Woke, political commission whose standard for historical interpretation is not truth but presentism, based on politics and the goofy woke standards of today.
Call and write your congressional representatives every week and tell them that the Confederate Memorial to the reconciliation and reunification of our great country after a war in which 750,000 Americans died and over a million were maimed, must stand in its magnificent beauty and symbolism for all time!

President William McKinley said after the Spanish-American war in 1898:

. . . every soldier's grave made during our unfortunate civil war is a tribute to American valor . . . And the time has now come . . . when in the spirit of fraternity we should share in the care of the graves of the Confederate soldiers . . . The cordial feeling now happily existing between the North and South prompts this gracious act and if it needed further justification it is found in the gallant loyalty to the Union and the flag so conspicuously shown in this year just passed by the sons and grandsons of those heroic dead.

 

God Bless America

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