This blog is to discuss Albert Pike, the only Confederate General to have a statue up near the Capitol Mall in Washington D.C..
There has always been controversy about Pike, an avowed Satanist, probable founding member of the Klu Klux Klan, and one of the highest ranking Freemasons of his day.
There is a fad to ban the Confederate flag, but so far, no one has mentioned taking down Pike’s statue or removing his name from the myriad national and state parks dedicated to him.
Pike famously penned a mystical novel which basically outlined the Luciferian agenda for three world wars. So far, we seem to have followed his script pretty carefully.
While I am tempted to take the Confederate flag hubbub and use it as an excuse to push to take Pike down from history, I am not sure it would be fair.
The Confederate flag symbolizes state’s rights, the rights of people to resist an increasingly oppressive Federal government. Look at Colorado legalizing weed–this is a push for state freedom. Albert Pike, on the other hand, was more of a New World Order kind of guy.
The Federal/State system has flaws, but it acts as a check and a balance. When the federals gets too much power, they will crush the states’ rights. Who wants to be ruled by the tiny little District of Columbia?
The argument for leaving Pike’s statue up is it exposes the U.S. for what it is, at least at the elite level. Removing the statue whitewashes history. However, the question I have is this–would Confederate or Federal history be what gets whitewashed if Pike disappeared?