Austin, Texas Wants to Change Racist City Name

Andrew Anglin
Daily Stormer
July 30, 2018

Stephen F. Austin hated black people because he found the color of their skin to be aesthetically displeasing.

The time has come to put an end to Austin, Texas once and for all.

I suggest renaming it “Transgender Crossing,” “New Zimbabwe,” “El Shebabo” or simply “Cocksucker.”

The time is now.

Times are changing and it’s time to get with them.

We have to remove the hatred that America was founded on and replace it with the real American values that America represents.

Austin American-Statesman:

Known as both the “father of Texas” and the namesake of the state’s capital, Stephen F. Austin carved out the early outlines of Texas among his many accomplishments.He also opposed an attempt by Mexico to ban slavery in the province of Tejas and said if slaves were freed, they would turn into “vagabonds, a nuisance and a menace.”

For that reason, the city of Austin’s Equity Office suggested renaming the city in a report about existing Confederate monuments that was published this week.


Can you imagine the hatred that this man must have felt to think that niggers would become criminals if they were freed from slavery?

Instead, they became our elite intellectual class!

Also on the list of locales to possibly be renamed: Pease Park, the Bouldin Creek neighborhood, Barton Springs and 10 streets named for William Barton, the “Daniel Boone of Texas,” who was a slave owner.

To be sure, the identified streets and parks are only suggested for reconsideration. And the city, Bouldin Creek, Pease Park and the Barton-related landmarks — a group that includes Barton Springs — were included in a lower-tier list of “assets for secondary review” in the report. Still, the report did identify several streets staff consider related to the Confederacy and worthy of more immediate action.

Some accused the city of whitewashing history.

The latest report acknowledged the likelihood of opposing viewpoints and nodded to inconveniences to businesses and residents and the view that changing the names could be considered a threat to historical preservation. It also asked whether the proposed changes reside on a slippery slope.

“What’s next and where do we stop?” the report asks.

Well, we’re not stopping for a while.

Or possibly ever.

I can’t believe we haven’t even started the discussion of renaming Washington, DC, named after the evil slave-owner George Washington who opposed everything America stands for. He is a disgrace to the vision of our Founding Fathers and the Constitution.

I suggest that Washington, DC should be renamed “Martin Luther King Boulevard City.” Or perhaps “The District of Breast Cancer Awareness.”