Aryan Skynet

Stone Mountain, for those unfamiliar with it, is a massive monument to the heroism of the Confederacy that features the images of Jefferson Davis, Robert E. Lee, and Stonewall Jackson and constitutes the world’s largest bas-relief sculpture. The site in Stone Mountain, Georgia, was once a center of activity for the rebooted Ku Klux Klan but has in succeeding decades been maintained as a park by the state of Georgia in cooperation with the private Herschend Family Entertainment syndicate, which beams laser light show kitsch-fests onto the face of the monument during the summer months.

Not even these crass heights of ritualized abuse are sufficient to satisfy the social justice warriors of America, however. In the wake of the Charleston shooting event and the prefab to-do over Confederate banners, anti-racist activists recently appeased by the lowering of the Confederate flag from the South Carolina Capitol grounds and further emboldened by…

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