Wednesday, October 4, 2017

Charlottesville Judge Rules State Law Protecting War Memorials DOES Retroactively Apply







GOOD NEWS OUT OF CHARLOTTESVILLE today!

A Charlottesville Circuit Judge today issued rulings that DENIED the city’s request to dismiss the lawsuits filed to prevent removal, ruled that the monument IS, in fact, RETROACTIVELY covered by state law, asked for more documentation to confirm it’s a war memorial, and left the injunction preventing removal in place!!

http://www.newsplex.com/content/news/Lawsuit-concerning-Lee-statue-allowed-to-move-forward-449466493.html

Partial victory and more delays, all the while preventing removal, is a GREAT day for the citizens of the Commonwealth... and a huge loss for the haters on City Council.

It's not over yet.  The judge gave the plantiffs 21 days to provide additional evidence to support the fact that the monument is a war memorial.

21 days to prove that the 14' bronze statutes of WAR Between The States Generals...in full military gear...on their WAR horses...in WAR Between the States period tack... are in fact WAR Memorials.

Meanwhile, the monuments remain and momentum to push back against the monument destroyers continues to build, AND his ruling today that monuments are RETROACTIVELY covered by state law should serve to quell the isolated monument removal rumblings across the Commonwealth, including the Capital of the Confederacy.

"... the judge said he could not conclude that the General Assembly intended to leave certain memorials unprotected based on when they were built and whether they were built in a city or a county. 'Logic and common sense prevent me from reaching such a conclusion,' Moore wrote."

Logic and common sense...refreshing!

No ruling was issued today on the issue of the (illegal) tarps, which remain on the monuments.

Tuesday, September 19, 2017

City Leaders Transform Charlottesville's Parks into Dump Sites at Taxpayer Expense




Monday night, just a few blocks away from City Hall, and WHILE City Council was in session, the illegal tarp covering the Robert E. Lee monument in Charlottesville was removed...  for the SIXTH time. God bless the Patriots who continue to stand and defend the honor of Lee, Jackson, and the memory of all the gallant men who served under them.
From a FOIA request, we now know it cost Charlottesville taxpayers approx $1500 each time they re-tarp our monuments.  We can't help but wonder if this nonsense would continue if City Council members were forced to pay for this out of their own pockets...?

This morning, the tarp was replaced and city workers erected a shoddy "fence" in both Lee and Jackson Parks, apparently in an attempt to prevent citizens from removing the illegal tarps.

Before and after photos of Lee Park tell quite a story.  What once was a beautiful park...

...now looks like more like a dump site.

 
Welcome to Wes Bellamy's Charlottesville!

Monday, September 18, 2017

Confederate Monument in City of Virginia Beach Can't Be Moved, City Attorney Says

 

Finally... a City Attorney who understands state law, and politicians who understand the will of the people and want to keep their jobs.
https://pilotonline.com/news/government/local/confederate-monument-can-t-be-moved-in-virginia-beach-city/article_fc33c4fa-01cc-5a71-b8c3-b52ffb726ce5.html

The monuments are protected by state law and poll after poll shows the overwhelming majority of citizens want them to remain. It is a good sign to see a major city willing to stand up to the bullies and not waste taxpayer money on unnecessary law suits and expenses.

We can win this fight. Keep the skeer on. Call your local, state and federal legislators today and tell them you want our monuments protected and our history and heritage preserved.

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Sunday, September 17, 2017

"We Are No Charlottesville" - Anti-Monument Agitators Shut Down During Day of Protests in Richmond



Once again, Richmond, State and Capitol police are to be commended for their swift and certain actions, careful planning, and willingness to enforce the law yesterday. We had worked closely with law enforcement in the weeks leading up to September 16, and are grateful for their cooperation.
Thel Black Lives Matter /Antifa/take em down crowd was tuned back at each monument they attempted to swarm yesterday and sent back to VCU to march through their own turf. Troublemakers were quickly arrested and a clear message sent that RVA is not Charlottesville and will not tolerate chaos and mayhem. Four were people wearing masks in public, two people were arrested for weapons charges, and one was arrested for disorderly conduct. No one was injured.

At last check at dawn this morning, RVA Monument Guards reported NO vandalism at any of the Confederate memorials and a continued police presence. Considering the number of monuments that stand in the Capital of the Confederacy, and the number of communist anti-monument agitators in town yesterday, that is something we can all can be very proud of.
The Va Flaggers offer our heartfelt thanks and appreciation to our local law enforcement officers. They patiently endured the taunts, rude behavior and profanity from the anti monument crowd, protected any monument supporters, and made sure our memorials were not touched.
Anti-monument agitator arrests: 7
Monument supporter arrests: 0
Monuments vandalized: 0
Monuments removed: 0
Sounds a lot like #winning

 
  
LOL. Spelling counts! "RICMOND"?!?
PS. RICHMOND is still the Capital of the Confederacy. Always will be. We keep trying to tell you...you can't change history.  So, how about YOU go home?!?!?!
 
 
 
 

 

Tuesday, September 12, 2017

The Truth Behind The Monument Removal Hysteria


They want the monuments gone for the same reason they want the Battle Flag gone... because they serve as reminders of a time, not that very long ago, when men had the courage and conviction to rise up and fight back against tyranny, and the fortitude to sacrifice everything for the right of self government...

...and the fact that there are some of us who STILL cherish those ideals scares the living daylights out of them.

#NeverForget #NeverSubmit





Saturday, August 26, 2017

JEB Stuart Monument in Richmond Vandalized In Wake of Confederate Witch Hunt

 
Just before 7:00 a.m. this morning, an early morning monument patrol discovered that the J.E.B Stuart monument on Monument Avenue in Richmond had been vandalized.  Our last report from Monument Guards the night before meant that the crime occurred sometime in the hours just before dawn  Our folks contacted Richmond Police who immediately arrived on the scene and let us know that cleaning crews were on the way.  What we thought might be engine oil of some sort, turned out to be pine tar, which made the removal a bit more challenging.

Crews have been working all day, and we have had Monument Guards on the scene.  As of 3:00 this afternoon, much progress has been made, with several crews on the scene and removal almost complete.
 
The Va Flaggers would like to express our thanks to the Richmond Police Department and the City of Richmond for their prompt attention to the desecration of the memorial.  We commend Mayor Stoney for his statement that Richmond would not tolerate violence and destruction, and hope that the perpetrators of this crime are quickly apprehended and prosecuted to the fullest extent of the law.  We trust that our city officials will not allow our community to dissolve into that which is represented in Charlottesville today, where mob rule has set in, and intimidation with violence and vandalism are rewarded with capitulation and pandering.
 
Over 70% of our citizens believe monuments and memorials should be left in place, and no amount of vandalism or violence by the monument destroyers should drown out the voice of the rational majority and allow this magnificent historical landmark to be destroyed.
 
In light of this incident, we will be stepping up our monument patrols in the days and nights to come.  .
 

Wednesday, August 16, 2017

Richmond Mayor Attempst to Exploit Charlottesville Tragedy, Calls for Removal of Confederate Memorials on Monument Avenue






The Virginia Flaggers are deeply disturbed that Richmond’s Mayor has chosen to attempt to shamelessly capitalize on the tragedy in Charlottesville by suddenly changing course and directing the Monument Avenue Commission to pursue the removal of the monuments on Richmond’s majestic Monument Avenue as a viable option.  Instead of seeking to work with and represent all of his constituents, he has chosen to escalate tensions and encourage lawlessness, such as was witnessed by the violent anarchist Antifa march in Richmond Sunday night, and which will certainly be amplified with his announcement. 

Mayor Stoney is fully aware that discussion of the removal of ANY veteran’s monument in the Commonwealth is a waste of time as it is a violation of state law and any attempt to do so will cost the city millions in legal fees and damages, while creating division and disunity among her residents.  The citizens of the Commonwealth overwhelmingly oppose removal of memorials and the thousands of direct descendants of Confederate veterans are not going to sit by quietly and allow our history and heritage to be dismantled to appease a few extremists. 

We call on the Mayor to do the right thing for the community, and what citizens suggested over and over in the public meeting just last week (and which he would have heard had he attended) …leave the existing monuments alone and pursue the development and construction of new monuments in other areas of the city.