To be totally honest here, I had no idea that New York City – essentially home base for the Jewish power structure in this country – still had anything remotely connected to the honoring of Confederate war heroes.
It might sound weird to Southerners, but throughout the North there are still streets, statues, and even monuments dedicated to the men of the Confederacy – mainly built in the decades after the war as part of a reconciliation effort aimed at healing the evil wounds caused by the semi-genocidal War Between The States.
The fact that Southern men broke Union army after army, and pretty much wrecked the old Yankee demographics in the North, also led to a grudging respect that continued for roughly a century until Judeo-Communist social engineering began to lead us to where we are today.
Now everything has come full circle, and we’re at the point where all must die.
In a letter to the Acting Secretary of the Army, Ryan McCarthy, New York Governor Andrew Cuomo urges the removal of two New York City streets named after Confederate Generals. The streets in question are Stonewall Jackson Drive and General Lee Avenue.
“Symbols of slavery and racism have no place in New York,” said Cuomo. “In our state, we condemn the language and violence of white supremacy in no uncertain terms.”
According to the letter, the U.S. Army denied a request by community leaders and legislators to remove the names of two Confederate Generals on its Fort Hamilton Army Base on August 7. Cuomo says the Army claimed, “renaming the streets would be controversial and divisive.”
Cuomo is “strongly urging the U.S. Army to reconsider its decision” and he is calling on them to rename the streets.
“Renaming these streets will send a clear message that in New York, we stand against intolerance and racism, whether it be insidious and hidden or obvious and intentional.”
Statues must also be destroyed in order to usher in the millennium of joyous multicultural freedom from White existence.
Robert E. Lee and Stonewall Jackson will be removed from the CUNY hall of great Americans because New York stands against racism.
— Andrew Cuomo (@NYGovCuomo) August 17, 2017
And don’t think Bad Goyim are going to be able to protest in defense of their history and heritage in NYC, for Cuomo has already thought ahead to such a situation.
Imagine felony hate crime charges for just showing up – it’s easy if you try.
In the wake of the deadly hate march in Charlottesville, Va., Gov. Cuomo said Tuesday he will introduce legislation designed to prevent a similar situation in New York.
The bill being drafted would add to the state hate crimes law the new offenses of rioting and inciting to riot when the actions target protected classes. The penalties for engaging in rioting that’s deemed a hate crime would carry tougher felony sanctions under the plan.
Cuomo is dubbing the proposed change the “Charlottesville provisions” and said it is designed to “reaffirm that while peaceful demonstrations are allowed, New York will never tolerate advocacy or the incitement of imminent violence against protected classes within our communities.”
“The ugly events that took place in Charlottesville must never be repeated, and in New York we’re going to stand united against hate in all of its forms,” Cuomo said. “Our diversity is our strength and this legislation will help protect New Yorkers and send a clear signal that violence and discrimination have no place in our society.”
Sadly enough, my guess is that the Cuckservatives will jump aboard these proposals with a gusto only possible among the weakest and most craven life forms on the planet.
So long as Cultural and Racial Genocide is couched in proper legal terms, the True Conservatives will march in lockstep with the Antifa hordes.