Santa Anna, the little bantam rooster Mexican General, had this song played to the The men defending the Alamo, in 1836.
It is the cut throat or slit throat song.
It meant no quarter, every soldier would be killed, no surrenders taken.
And all were killed.
i am damn proud of those men who gave their lives for Texicans freedom in 1836.
i am especially warmed by Davy Crockett’s way of doing business. As a congressman from Tennessee, he had to deal with the yankee’s dishonesty, self righteousness, lies, dishonest ways, the raping financially of the Southern States by the yankees who had more votes in Washington DC. He lost his bid for reelection, as some of his own State were infected with the yankee virus.
He told them: “You may all go to hell and I will go to Texas.”
Unfortunately in 1865, the damn yankee scum followed his path to Texas.
In 2019, the Alamo and the occupied Republic of Texas is again under attack. The occupation Vincy yankee “Texas State Government”, in conjunction with the Eastern European ancestry mayor Pendejoberg, and his band of Mexico firsters, on the occupation San Antonio city council, are trying to tare down the memorial to the men died defending the Alamo, move it to a less visible place. The Vincy San Antonio city hall has already torn down and stolen a Confederate monument, which honored Texicans who fought to defend their home land from war criminal invaders who were robbing, raping, and murdering Texican civilians.
i intend to see the Republic of Texas freed from foreign occupation.
Sixth generation Texican, who’s mothers family lines came to Texas in the 1840s. My great great grandfather Martin was an Alamo City Guard, part of the Texas 1st Light Artillery which took the yankee’s surrender in Down Town San Antonio, then guarded San Antonio for a time, after the surrender of the yankees in San Antonio.
Fathers line came in 1863, fourth generation Texican on that side.
i would like to, politically speaking, dedicate this song to both the San Antonio Vincy “city government”, and the yankee Vincy occupation “State government”, in Austin.
John C Carleton