February 24, 2018
The Cultural Revolution continues apace.
Vandals have set fire to a statue of a World War II veteran they mistook for Confederate Army Commander Robert E. Lee.
On Friday morning museum workers were stunned to find a marble statue dedicated to U.S. Army Airborne founder Major General William C. Lee singed black and badly burned after vandals set it alight on Thursday February 14.
The statue is erected at the front of the William C. Lee Airborne Museum in Dunn, North Carolina.
Employees believe the statue was targeted by people who mistook the statue for the famed Confederate leader who shares the same last name, but no other connection.
Well, I wouldn’t say “no other connection.”
They’re both White.
That means both their statues are slated to be toppled, eventually.
‘I think it was a big mistake. Why would you do something like this? It really just irritates people,’ he said, adding the felons could use a history lesson to get their facts straight.
In his life William C Lee, who passed away in 1948, led the 101st Airborne Division and was fondly nicknamed the ‘Father of the U.S. Airborne’.
Airborne forces are military units that are carried dropped into battle via parachutes and gliding wings into combat.
Johnson, who has studied William C. Lee’s life, says he was not a racist.
‘When he was in World War II he’s considered the father of the airborne in which there were plenty of black paratroops, a diverse outfit,‘ Johnson said.
I threw up a little in my mouth and lost the last vestige of hope for the Boomer generation that I had when I read that.
These cucks just can’t stop themselves from cucking.
And he’s right, actually.
The airborne does suck. They have always been the frontline enforcers of the poz at home.
Just look at those soyboy army fags compared to the good ol’ hometown boys
The Virgin Airborne vs the Chad Community Defender
Forcing White people to have to put up with blacks at the point of a bayonet is what they’re most enduring legacy will be.
So, in a way, this couldn’t have happened to a more deserving target.