Friday, May 1, 2015

Why I’m not an American

 LS button image July 2014

I haven’t been feeling too “American” lately. Let me explain why. I was born in 1951, only six short years after America completed the task of making half of Europe and much of the world safe for Communism. Since that time, some 64 years, America has continued to clear the path for that alien ideology by becoming the biggest and most influential promoter of Political Correctness, or what ought to be called Cultural Marxism. This is not my ancestors’ country.

The American Empire, which destroyed my South over the course of a century (the 1860s to the 1960s), has moved on to destroying bigger things–the rest of the world. Now, I’m very much aware that many of you will say, “But America has always been a force for good in the world, defeating tyranny and spreading democracy everywhere!” But reality tells a different story.

America stands for the projection of raw power for its own benefit. It does not propagate the Christian gospel nor does it seek to preserve traditional nations and cultures, especially those of the white Western world that used to be known proudly as Christendom. No, America is a destroyer of true nations and traditions, all in the name of “progress.”

American is, in reality, a huge experiment in Enlightenment liberalism gone completely haywire.

As a traditional Christian Southerner, I want no part of “America.” I’m not talking about a particular piece of land in the western hemisphere; rather, I am talking about an idea, a proposition, a regime, a way of life. I am a Southerner, an old-fashioned Christian. The status of “American” is my antithesis.

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6 comments:

  1. Well said. They won't quit until every brick or stone of the South has been removed.
    Copied this off of 'Revised History'
    There are many who view, with continuing alarm, the blatant and relentless attacks on Confederate and Southern history, heritage and symbols. They can’t seem to fathom why this or that group seems to hate Confederate flags, symbols, and heritage so much. They are not “racists” or hate-mongers. All they want is to be able to enjoy their culture and history and they cant figure out why some groups are so opposed to letting them do that.

    They fail to recognize that there is a coordinated rationale behind all these attacks on the South. It is not just a random “liberal” group here or there that happens to not approve of Confederate symbols locally–in fact there is nothing random about any of it. It is all part and parcel of what we know as Marxist Critical Theory.

    Dam them to Hell.

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    1. It is all part and parcel of what we know as Marxist Critical Theory.

      Dam them to Hell.

      Absolutely.

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  2. Here here! I am that man.

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  3. Hi Brock,
    'Been "Flyin" the "Stars & Bars" plate on my front Pickup Truck Bumper for "Years!!" You,"Got One?????" Had Lee not laid down his Sword, we'd all just be 'Irregular Troops!!!" Just because he did doesn't really mean the "War of Northern Aggression" is over! The Confederate Flag still flies High and proud all thru the South... and all over!!
    Got One??,
    III%,
    skybill-out

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