Gen-Z targets Greatest Generation as WW II monuments are defaced in hatred for America

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Protests that were said to be about racial justice have emboldened the radical left to the point of no longer trying to disguise their contempt for America.

What began as a protest over the death of a black man in Minneapolis has become an all-out assault on the United States of America, it’s heritage and everything that the country has stood for over the years.

Hatred so dark and deep that even the Greatest Generation doesn’t escape its wrath in the cultural cleansing of America.

As rioters attempted to topple a statue of former President Andrew Jackson, outside the White House, a 20-foot-tall World War Two memorial located in a Charlotte, N.C., cemetery was defaced over the weekend with spray paint covering names of more than 500 residents who died in the war.

There’s no mistaking the radical left inclinations at play in the disgraceful vandalism.

More from WBTV, in Charlotte:

The memorial at Evergreen Cemetery on Central Avenue is covered with the words “Glory to the day of heroism June 19, 1986.” The phrase appears to correspond to the Peruvian prison massacres of 1986, when 224 people died in a series of riots.

The hammer and sickle symbol of communism was also painted on the memorial. Yellow paint covers a passage reading, “Dedicated to the memory of the Mecklenburg heroes of World War II who made the supreme sacrifice that you might live in liberty, freedom and peace.”

 

Veterans in the area, along with others, came out to clean the memorial, as seen in a tweet from Fox 46 reporter Jonathan Monté.

A war memorial in Lawrenceville, Pa., was vandalized on Memorial Day, a day set aside to honor those who died in service the United States.

The War Memorial at Doughboy Square was defaced with a similar message as seen in Charlotte: “JUNE 19, 1986 GLORY TO THE DAY OF HEROISM!”

The World War Two Memorial in Washington, DC,, along with the Lincoln Memorial, were vandalized during the recent Black Lives Matter riots.

“Do black vets count?” was spray painted along the base of one of the reflecting pools.

What started with removing Confederate statues now includes any reference to U.S. history.

From George Washington, the father of our country, as children were once taught in school, to Thomas Jefferson, to Theodore Roosevelt.

Hell, even Ulysses Grant, the former president and Union general who led the North to victory over the South in the Civil War is not safe.

While the average American may still not grasp it, in large part, because the media is running interference for the radical left, there is a battle for the future of our country being waged in the streets.

A one-sided battle being waged by Gen-Z, which may go down as America’s greatest failure.

Never have the immortal words of Founding Father Patrick Henry resonated more than they do today — but for the lack of “brethren” standing up for their country, as few have shown the stomach for such a battle:

“The war is actually begun! The next gale that sweeps from the north will bring to our ears the clash of resounding arms! Our brethren are already in the field! Why stand we here idle? What is it that gentlemen wish? What would they have? Is life so dear, or peace so sweet, as to be purchased at the price of chains and slavery?”

 

Tom Tillison

Senior Staff Writer
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The longest-tenured writer at BizPac Review, Tom grew up in Maryland before moving to Central Florida as a young teen. It is in the Sunshine State that he honed both his passion for politics and his writing skills.
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