This week I visited the Confederate memorial in downtown St. Augustine, the oldest city in Dixie (and one with deep Golden Circle roots), while on vacation with my wife. I noticed it from across the street as a beautiful memorial with canons and a cross. And I was pleasantly surprised that this wonderful monument to the sacrifice of Southern soldiers, which I found out later is the oldest Confederate memorial in Florida, is still standing in this age of anti-White political correctness. It is a testament to our rich heritage as an ethno-cultural nation. I hope SF readers will enjoy some of the pictures I took of it.
From The Southern Future Original Story