I love the South, and the South loves America and her values and respects the rights of all Americans, and that rings to be true in Alabama.
Alabama promotes more “liberty and justice for all” for the entire country than any other state, contrary to the perception others have about it, simply because it doesn't discriminate or care about the feelings of one group over another.
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No, Alabama is the manifest destiny of the United States of America. Black or white, yellow or brown, rich or poor; everyone is an American and they believe in the respect for one another that makes this country so great, to begin with.
As long as you follow the law, and respect tradition, you can excel in Alabama. There's always an open door policy to help out a fellow man in need, and give them the same opportunities that pushed American civilization to the highest of peaks.
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There's also a driving respect for men and women in uniform, whether it be those who offer civil service or those who wear the uniform in defending America.
Yes, Alabama respects veterans of the Armed Forces of the United States of America and pays homage to those who lost their lives in the many conflicts throughout this nation's history.
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The bloodiest of those conflicts was the American Civil War, and Patriots on both the Union and Confederate sides died in battle deserving the admiration and respect of future generations.
That's why while the other 49 States in America are tearing down American historical statues and monuments of the Confederacy, which are meant to pay tribute to those who served and lost their lives; Alabama is unveiling new Confederate Monuments.
Call it “Southern Hospitality”, or call it American idealism, whichever you prefer; it's about honoring the great legacy or American history.
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Regardless if that history triggers social justice warriors and Jewish Kabbalist cultural Marxist provocateurs, history can never be erased.
You will not replace us, you will not erase us, and many of our families fought, bled, and died on both sides during the greatest struggles of our civilization.
You can't change that. Alabama recognizes this truth and has decided to unveiled the newest
"We have been really scrutinized for the past two weeks," Jimmy Hill, commander of the Alabama division of the Sons of Confederate Veterans, said. "This has been in the works for nine months, but because we put it on the website two days after [the Charlottesville clashes], the media put that together."
Local resident Vann Royal said that he has been a member of the Sons of Confederate Veterans in Tallassee, Alabama, for over 20 years.
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He believes that those who come are there to remember the soldiers who lost their lives fighting for the Confederacy and support the ongoing movement to do so.
"The thing is nowadays everyone wants to take the monuments down, so we're just glad that they're down here doing this [ceremony]," Royal said. "It's to let people know that what our ancestors did was not in vain."
Around 200 people showed up for the unveiling, of every background wearing Confederate T-shirts, black-leather motorcycle jackets, while some men fully dressed up for the occasion in Confederate soldier uniforms and several women wore period costume dresses.
Many in attendance came waving Confederate flags and other banners associated with the Confederacy and the South in respect for those who lost their lives
Around ten members and affiliates of the right-wing Three Percenters militia movement stood in the background, wearing both camouflage fatigues protective body armor.
They were carrying both fully and semiautomatic assault rifles. A member said they were there "in case anything were to happen."
Antifa knows where it can and cannot be present, and they'd end up being strung from light posts in Alabama.
<i>All images are credited solely to AL.com</i>
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