by Billy Roper
Outside, the courthouse bears the quote “Justice is the fundamental law of society” by Thomas Jefferson, the primary author of the Declaration of Independence who was an open White Nationalist. Inside, the Charlottesville Circuit Court, for the 16th Judicial Circuit of Virginia, belies everything which Jefferson and the other Founding Fathers believed in and fought for.
While he was Governor of Virginia, Jefferson advocated castration as a punishment and treatment for homosexuals, and wrote that blacks and Whites could not and should not live in the same society. Across the street stands a statue of Confederate General “Stonewall” Jackson. Clearly, the historical and traditional foundations of this city have been turned upside down.
Jefferson and Jackson both took part in desperate, armed uprisings against the forces of tyranny. It is instructive to remember that in doing so, both acted contrary to their own governments.
On Tuesday, August…
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