Texas: Confused College Students Deface and Seek Removal of Jefferson Davis Statue

Fueled by tears of sorrow, and likely lacking even the most rudimentary knowledge of history, students vandalized the statue as part of their "protest."
Fueled by tears of sorrow, and likely lacking even the most rudimentary knowledge of history, students vandalized the statue as part of their “protest.”

Attacks on traditional heritage sites seem to be increasing with each passing day, with a century-old statue dedicated to Confederate President Jefferson Davis the latest to feel the wrath of mentally-challenged groups of the Leftist persuasion.

Standing on the University of Texas campus, and recognized as just one of a thousand or so monuments honoring Southern heritage in the state, the statue now faces initiatives from student groups, led by the likes of critters with the vibrant surnames of “Rotnofsky” and “Mandalapu,” desiring to remove it from public viewing.

When such hysterics, which are oftentimes ignored by more sensible and mature adults, proved unable to generate support and/or action, young social justice warriors resorted to those tried and true tactics common among Marxist-type populations, spray-painting hateful and nonsensical slogans across the base of the Davis statue.

Yahoo News:

Pity Jefferson Davis, if you will. Vandals have defaced his statue on the University of Texas campus, most recently with the words “Davis must fall” and “Emancipate UT.” Student leaders are also seeking to remove from the Austin campus the century-old statue that recognizes the president of the Confederacy.

“We thought, there are those old ties to slavery and some would find it offensive,” said senior Jamie Nalley, who joined an overwhelming majority of the Student Government in adopting a resolution in March supporting his ouster.

But as students take aim at Davis, the number of sites in Texas on public and private land that honor the Confederacy is growing — despite the opposition of the NAACP and others. Supporters cite their right to memorialize Confederate veterans and their role in Texas history, while opponents argue the memorials are too often insensitive or antagonistic, while having the backing of public institutions like UT.

The Texas Historical Commission has recognized more than 1,000 such sites from far South Texas to the upper reaches of the Panhandle. And the Sons of Confederate Veterans are planning others, including a 10-foot obelisk a few miles from the Davis statue to honor about 450 Confederate soldiers buried at the city-owned Oakwood Cemetery.

“I don’t think we’re trying to put up stuff just to put up stuff,” said Marshall Davis, spokesman for the Sons of Confederate Veterans in Texas. “We don’t want to impede anyone else from honoring their heroes. We would like to honor our heroes with the same consideration, tolerance and diversity.”

Now, can one imagine the outcry and shrieks of agony that would issue forth if eyesores honoring Negro agitators, Jewish subversives, or various assorted traitors were “desecrated?”

Actually, here is a fine example of what perpetrators have to look forward to. Notice the double standard yet, White Man? It’s right there in your face at this point.

Here we have the two culprits leading the charge against President Davis. Note the fact that we h
Here we have the two culprits who are leading the charge against President Davis. Note that we are dealing with a cross-eyed “mystery meat” cowboy, and a fellow who appears to be a Jewish rodent. Why are either of them in Texas?





  1. Texas, just like South Africa tearing down the statue of Cecil Rhoades.

    The cancer is far advanced. Too far advanced.

    • To the credit of the university, for what it’s worth, they haven’t given in to the student group.

  2. Stuff like this happens all the time.

    In Selma, the new replacement bust of Nathan Bedford Forrest is going up on May 23. The previous one was stolen when Al Sharpton came through town a few years ago.

  3. On a lighter note given Watson’s statue, bronze is worth a large amount as scrap. It could be gypsies up to no good. Straight up thievery.

  4. They appear to be boyfriend-girlfriend. If things were normal they’d have received a well-due street beating and they would not appear in the media.

  5. There was a time when the Leftist, Kikes and Faggots wouldn’t even show their face on a Southern campus. I’m afraid an commentator on a British site was correct about the current state of the Anglo Saxon : “The Anglo Saxon is rubbish”. I pray for a bolder generation with the character of the Confederate generation.

  6. Just kidding around but by the way even though I can’t pronounce their names right they look to be names from India or the middle east but its just a guess, gosh these folks come out of wood work’s.

  7. I knew Leftists were losing some of their more intelligent liberals(real liberals) because of all the lies and hypocrisy, which makes Leftist ideology dumber, more ridiculous and transparent every year. I just didn’t think it was possible for them to get even uglier and creepier.

  8. On that picture of the multi-racial couple, the black guy looks like he was hit on the back of the head with a 2×4, and the (Jew?) looks queer as all get out. Sheesh, is this the best the left can do?

  9. Why would I repudiate someone who I don’t know, have never followed, have never met, and who I have never had any interest in? All I know about that guy is that he is a foreigner who is in a perpetual identity crisis.

  10. No, I don’t.

    Don’t know him. Never met him. Never followed him. It’s true that I know of him because other people here have written about him. I vaguely know who he is. But that’s all. It doesn’t mean I know him any better than Tom Metzger or countless other people.

  11. What the heck are you guys talking about? If you want a little bit of info on these guys go on their facebook page, these idiots look like bunch of fools no matter where go.

  12. For what it’s worth, they’ve put up a new Confederate memorial in Clarkeville, Red River County, Texas, and some more in Cleburne, Texas, honouring General Cleburne. All since 2010. Eventually, these characters will graduate and move back to Minnesota or New Jersey. Meanwhile, the monuments will keep going up as more Texans get sick of the Yankee Transplant invasion that’s been going on since 78′. There are still enough Texans/Southrons here to have kept that Rhode Island transplant, Wendy Davis, out of the governor’s office. When a transplant kid petitioned Austin to end Confederate Heroes Day, the outcry against him was huge. The Texas SCV rebuttal was priceless. ” This might be harsh to say, but Texas was not a Yankee state.”

  13. The reason why new statues are going up is because there is fear that the old ones may come down if these transplants and foreigners completely take over, I think its great that new ones are coming up and an all out effort should be made to push back this Yankee take over, even if it would seem hopeless.

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