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They’re Not Riots For Black Lives, They’re Marxist Political Rallies

Anyone who still thinks the protests in the United States, and elsewhere are about black lives, and not about Marxism, is deluding themselves. Case in point: Has Christian Heg gave his life in the fight against slave-owners, yet the mob sees his monument as a valid target for “cancellation.” “On December 30, 1862, at the…


Anyone who still thinks the protests in the United States, and elsewhere are about black lives, and not about Marxism, is deluding themselves.

Case in point: Has Christian Heg gave his life in the fight against slave-owners, yet the mob sees his monument as a valid target for “cancellation.”

“On December 30, 1862, at the battle of Stones River, Heg’s regiment lost more than 100 men. His horse was shot out from under him and his general called him “the bravest of the brave.” In February 1863 Heg was put in command of the entire brigade and pursued retreating Confederate troops through Tennessee, briefly into Alabama, and across the state line to Chickamauga, Georgia.

At Chickamauga, Georgia, 10 miles south of Chattanooga, the Confederates made a stand. On September 19-20, 1863, Heg’s brigade was outnumbered and the 15th Infantry again lost more than 100 soldiers.

On the afternoon of September 19, 1863, Heg was charging forward at the front of his troops when he was shot in the abdomen. He managed to stay in the saddle for a short time, but loss of blood compelled him to leave the field and move to a hospital behind the lines where he died the next morning.” 

Source: Heg, Col. Hans Christian (1829-1863

Klavan explains:

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