April 21, 1836 -is the most important date in Texas history. San Jancinto Day is a state holiday and a day that has been reenacted for the last seventeen years at the San Jacinto Battleground State Historic Site in La Porte, just east of Houston. This reenactment is the largest in Texas.
Having lived between Texas and Iowa throughout my childhood I have always consider myself ‘part Texan’. I attended 4th grade at Nolanville Elementary in Central Texas during the Cold War in the 80s. This was a time of great tension between the United States and the USSR.
Organizers of the 2013 festivities have “nixed” the Texas Nationalist Movement presentation at San Jancinto Day festivities. The movement in Texas that has been working towards succeeding from United States of America. Organizers of the festival have also denied the Texas Nationalist Movement a booth to disseminate their materials because they are “too political”. When I heard about this decision the Texan inside me became outraged! It would seem to me that these festival organizers would want to embrace the Texas Nationalist Movement and their message because they portray the very spirit that San Jancinto Day celebrates!
Aren’t these festivities held in a public place funded by public money? Is this public money not some how funneled to the Texas Parks & Wildlife Department and their San Jancinto Day organizers by politicians? I don’t want to seem petty but I would like to know! Additionally, why are the festivities being held a day early, on Hitler’s birthday, instead of the date in which it was declared a state holiday, April 21.
I fully support my friends and family in Texas who are ready to break free from this tyrannical government. I get it. I hope that the Texas Nationalist Movement is successful so other states may follow suit. Succeeding from the United States of America is the right thing for Texas to do.The loss of our sovereignty to move towards a “one world government” is not the way our founders envisioned America! Texas could be a beacon of hope for the rest of our country.
Don’t think Texas is tyrannical? Ask parents of the 12-year-old girls who were forcefully vaccinated for HPV against their will and without parental permission how they feel. I couldn’t imagine what my mother would have done if the school would have tried to give me a shot to vaccinate me for a sexually transmitted disease before I ever became sexually active! When I attended Nolanville Elementary my teacher threatened to spank me with a paddle for losing my book . I told my mother I lost the book and that the teacher threatened to paddle my behind if I didn’t find it. She went to the school and confronted the teacher and she told him if he ever talked to me that way again that she would beat him with a paddle herself. Those were the days.
Texans fought and won the battle of the Texas Revolution becoming an independent Republic. In 1845 it joined the United States as the 28th state. The state’s annexation set off a chain of events that caused the Mexican–American War in 1846. In my opinion, denying the Texas Nationalist Movement the opportunity to distribute their information goes against everything that the holiday stands for. Independence is deeply ingrained in the character of the people of Texas and I hope that the Texas Parks& Wildlife Department and their “festival organizers” will reconsider allowing the Texas Nationalist Movement to give their presentation. I also hope that the organizers will allow Texas Nationalist Movement a booth at the San Jancinto Day festivities so that they may express the freedom that is being celebrated.
Sent to us by The Lone Star Watchdog.