PHOTO OF THE DAY- Confederate General Nathan Bedford Forrest

Memphis Mayor AC Wharton White Men honoring the memory of an honorable military leader, who is now to have nearly all vestiges of his very existence erased from view. We live in terrible time, folks. Terrible times.

Memphis Mayor AC Wharton
White Men honoring the memory of an honorable military leader, who is now to have nearly all vestiges of his very existence erased from view. We live in terrible time, folks. Terrible times.

http://www.occidentaldissent.com/2015/06/26/memphis-negro-mayor-vows-to-desecrate-the-grave-of-nathan-bedford-forrest/civil-war-nathan-bedford-forrest_963/

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“General Forrest was a revered member of society in Memphis,” Sons of Confederate Veterans representative Lee Millar explained. “Very well respected, and a military leader who is still studied worldwide in military academies today.”

http://patdollard.com/2015/06/black-memphis-mayor-vows-to-throw-confederate-general-and-his-wife-out-of-their-graves/

2 thoughts on “PHOTO OF THE DAY- Confederate General Nathan Bedford Forrest

    • The Corwin Amendment which never passed had nothing to do with General Forrest.

      Remember, President Lincoln believed in slavery and did not want the institution changed, no matter what the media of the day stated. He was not an Abolitionist.

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