Since our inception in 2005, the Texas Nationalist Movement has been an outspoken advocate for issues surrounding The Alamo. Often massively outnumbered, much like the defenders of The Alamo, we have taken the fight to the enemies of our heritage and independence at every opportunity and have never forgotten the sacrifice of those who fell there or those who fought since 1836 to see they were properly memorialized.
However, right now The Alamo is under the most vicious attack since March 6, 1836. As hard as it is to believe, there are those who despise The Alamo and what it represents. There is no room in the current progressive narrative for messages of independence, or valiant stands and true sacrifice for freedom.
Their plan is simple: rewrite and dilute the story of the Battle of the Alamo, thereby effectively erasing it from the minds of future generations. They want to sanitize, federalize, and then globalize The Alamo.
Under the guise of “Reimagining The Alamo” and under the cover of obscurity to the general public, their plan is on the verge of success. Progressive radicals in the City of San Antonio working with Texas Land Commissioner George P. Bush have hired non-Texans to redesign “the Alamo experience” to de-emphasizing the 1836 battle. Working with their partners in the Texas Legislature they were able to sneak a provision in the budget of the 85th Legislative Session to fund their efforts, right under the noses of a distracted legislature.
The secretive nature of their work led to The Alamo’s inclusion in the UNESCO World Heritage Site program which effectively gave final approval to the United Nations and the Federal Government on any changes and how The Alamo is presented. If either the UN or the Federal Government feels that The Alamo is not “inclusive” enough, they can and will step in with the approval from the federal courts and the United States Congress.
All Texans who passionately believe that The Alamo matters must act now or it could be forever lost to future generations. This is your chance to pay back a portion of the price that Travis, Bowie, Crockett and 180 others paid for you to live in a free and independent Texas.
Standing as a silent sentinel over the ashes of those who fell at The Alamo, the world-recognized Cenotaph was erected in the 1930s as a memorial to their sacrifice. Inscribed with the names of the known defenders, it serves as both a reminder of the battle and a tombstone for brave men who were never able to have their remains properly interred.
Due to its importance in properly remembering The Alamo and in the current political frenzy to remove every monument that progressives find disagreeable, it has become the first target of their assault.
The City of San Antonio is spearheading the effort to remove and relocate the Cenotaph. With agreement from George P. Bush and silence from other elected officials, its removal and relocation from the Alamo complex is imminent and, therefore, should be the primary focus of any action until it is properly secured.