There has not been much reporting on A Judge Green-lit a Virginia Museum’s Plans to Melt Down a Confederate Monument, Dismissing a Lawsuit Attempting to Save It, Artnet.com, July 20, 2023.
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A 2019 injunction forbidding this was overridden by the Virginia Supreme Court.
(Technically, they said they would melt down the statue and cast the metal into something else. What’s the difference?)
All white Americans should note that celebrating African American Heritage seemingly involves destroying other heritages.
So who is Charlottesville Circuit Court Judge Paul M. Peatross Jr., who consistently ran defense for the vandals, ultimately causing the last plaintiff, the Trevilian Station Battlefield Foundation, to apparently run out of money?
It would be nice to think that younger judges dodged the case because they fear the current craziness will eventually bring retribution.
(As Lydia Brimelow said in her address to the 2023 VDARE.com Conference, one of her ambitions is to rescue these monuments for a Heritage Walk on the Berkeley Springs Castle’s 55 acres of West Virginia mountain. Can’t happen too soon!)