Game Over?

Albert Pike’s last wishes were to be cremated, but instead, against his explicit instructions, Pike’s remains were entombed in a museum called the House of the Temple of Solomon, Washington, D.C. Confederate General Albert Pike has been quasi-deified as Sovereign Grand Commander of the Scottish Rite of Freemasonry from 1859 until his passing, and “the fruits of his labors live after him.”
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This Matthew Brady portrait of Pike is one of the many reasons that I became interested in Freemasonry – The desire to connect with history
Confederate Brigadier General – Attorney – Poet – Freemason Albert Pike in Washington, D.C.

2020 – The Fall of Albert Pike

Confederate Civil War General Albert Pike and the defeated South tried to re-write the history of the war between the states. The defeated Southerners re-wrote the reason for the war as a noble struggle for states rights. The Civil War was about slavery. The Fall of Albert Pike is about the fall of slavery, finally, after all these years. I once met an intellgent and highly educated man from North Carolina who needed to be reminded that the South really did lose the war and the war was about slavery.

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Why Do We Have So Many Statues of Civil War Generals?

We have allowed the history of the American Civil War to be re-written by Southern apologists. However the Southern revisionists have never really admitted that the Civil War was about slavery. The civil war was about slavery and that is what the Southern secessionists were fighting for. The reason we are tearing down statues of Confederate Civil War Generals is because we are no longer allowing the symbols of slavery to over America. The Fall of Albert Pike is about the fall of the old world and the fall of racism.

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A protester sprays paint on the toppled statue of Albert Pike during an event to mark Juneteenth, which commemorates the end of slavery in Texas, two years after the 1863 Emancipation Proclamation freed slaves elsewhere in the United States, amid nationwide protests against racial inequality, in Washington, U.S. June 19, 2020. REUTERS/Jonathan Ernst
fall of albert pike statue washington dc june 2020
fall of albert pike statue washington dc june 2020

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