Monday, July 5, 2010
"......he was criticized in ’08 by the PC thought police for wearing a Confederate flag themed tie (to the PC Gestapo this was of course code that he secretly wants to re-enslave black people despite all his libertarian rhetoric), and he still has it on in his official picture. Anyone who stands up to the PC Gestapo deserves respect." Read more HERE.
During the American Civil War, (Sic) his sympathies lay entirely with the Confederacy, for their defense of States' Rights against a centralized government that, by all historical precedent, would inevitably turn tyrannical. His notes to Gladstone on the subject helped sway many in the British government to sympathize with the South. After the South's surrender, he wrote to Robert E. Lee that "I mourn for the stake which was lost at Richmond more deeply than I rejoice over that which was saved at Waterloo." . . Read the rest HERE.
"Frederick Douglass was no stranger to hate: he was one of those who encouraged the hate-enraged John Brown toward Harpers Ferry in 1859, afterward hiding in Canada to avoid extradition to Virginia for punishment." Read the rest HERE.