Tuesday, June 30, 2015

Hanging in effigy: Bring back the most American of traditions

Via III Percent Patriots

It is time to let the bastards know what we think them. We need to start stringing effigies from light poles and trees.

Seriously, do so to celebrate the 4th of July

Label it “Politician” “SCOTUS” “Senator” or whomever suits your fancy.

Gary Hart: America’s Founding Principles Are in Danger of Corruption

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Gary Hart is a former United States senator

Welcome to the age of vanity politics and campaigns-for-hire. What would our founders make of this nightmare?

Four qualities have distinguished republican government from ancient Athens forward:
 the sovereignty of the people; a sense of the common good; government dedicated to the commonwealth; and resistance to corruption. Measured against the standards established for republics from ancient times, the American Republic is massively corrupt.

From Plato and Aristotle forward, corruption was meant to describe actions and decisions that put a narrow, special, or personal interest ahead of the interest of the public or commonwealth. Corruption did not have to stoop to money under the table, vote buying, or even renting out the Lincoln bedroom. In the governing of a republic, corruption was self-interest placed above the interest of all—the public interest.

By that standard, can anyone seriously doubt that our republic, our government, is corrupt?

More @ Time

The Muslims are coming: Quick, hide the miniskirts

Via Skynet

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What happens when two opposing cultures meet up, one based on permissive Western values and the other on repressive Islamic doctrine?

If the latest news out of Germany is any indication, the latter wins.

Earlier this month, 200 Syrian refugees arrived in Pocking, Bavaria, and the local school system set up an emergency shelter right next to the gym of Wilhelm-Diess-Gymnasium,

Die Welt reports.
The gym has been closed, and physical-education lessons have been relocated to a nearby primary school, but the school is still worried about the refugees interacting with students, reports the Local, an English-language newspaper in Germany.

So worried were school officials that they sent a letter home to parents warning them not to let their daughters wear low-cut blouses or short skirts, because emergency accommodation for refugees has been set up next to the gym.

The headteacher’s letter tried to reassure parents about extra security measures being put in place.

“For the refugees, access to the school gardens and buildings is strictly forbidden. The same goes for the school grounds during the day. The number of teachers on duty during breaks has been increased,” stated the letter from headteacher Martin Thalhammer.

The letter continued with instructions for students:

More @ WND

Burn The American Flags

Via Billy

& those holier than thou thought this wouldn't go further.  It has just begun.

Image Credit: Facebook/Burn the American Flags 


Burn the American Flags

The Flag Uproar: "Where Will It End?"


 From Redwood City, Ca. (Where I used to drive a cab)

Dear Sir,

I am an American that lives in one of the most hated states in the union, California. I have been coming to your site off and on for some time now. The first time was when I bookmarked your post "Some thoughts about defending your retreat" from April 11, 2011. I believe I had followed a link from another website to find yours.

Personally I have always, since my early twenties (now 45), had a problem with the principles of freedom and liberty not being promoted in our country. Your site allows me to expand further on many things related to the subject and to Southern history and culture as well. This is a subject I have taken an interest in. Once I figured out the war was a war of Northern aggression and succession was a moral choice between two opposing people and their culture and force can only be used in defense morally I was changed about how I view the South and its attempts to succeed.

If I may tell you about my experience today. A day that got my blood pressure up a bit.
 Since I have been troubled by the recent events, with the Confederate Battle Flag and all the things associated with it I decided to call my local flag shop. It is called Judy's Flag Shop in the next city and about 5-7 years ago I bought a Confederate Battle Flag sticker and a 3'X4' Bonnie Blue Flag. There was quite a lot of other Southern flags as well, stickers and pins etc. It was well before the current purge of history that we are seeing now.

Well this morning, not more than an hour ago I called this business. I planned on asking for "historical flags from the civil war...". When I asked I was immediately answered with "No we don't" and "that I took them off the shelf because of all the controversy." I asked why she did that. I was told because she wasn't "political". I asked if she had some in the back. Nope, not going to sell them. So after telling her she would not be getting my business again, which she probably wants since I am obviously a crazed extremist, I hung up.  

The reason I wanted to obtain a flag was because I decided to make a flag pole for my truck. A Toyota Tacoma that was designed in Japan, it's parts made in Mexico and the rest assembled here by a multicultural diverse group of people who could be from anywhere in a city just about 40 minutes from here. I was thinking that instead of being low key with the Bonnie Blue that I would be a little louder in my opinion of the current state of the union and fly the most loved and hated symbol, currently speaking. Well I guess I will be going online or using my old license plate that I used to have on my truck which is a great, deeply rich in color, battle flag.

 I drove around with that thing on the front of my "foreign" truck for a good 18-24 months. I never got assaulted, yelled at, vandalized or fired from my job( a union job even).

Sir, I am sorry. Sorry for all this insanity. I can only imagine what Southern people must go though seeing this behavior. I am so disgusted that I was trying to symbolize the seriousness of the situation by putting the Confederate Battle Flag with the Star of David with Jude in the center of it. I wrote "Where Will It End?" on it. I posted it on my Facebook page as my profile picture. I don't usually, as of late, do Facebook but under the circumstances I am spreading my disgust at the total "nazification" of Amerika.

 I would like to ask you as a Southern American if this is offensive to you or would it be understood now with the climate the way it is?

I may have to make one to say what I think this country is and I'll have to wonder "who" is going to run the train cars in a decade.

Sir I am in the Bay Area. This place is communism central. You have a small faction of fascists around too. During Ron Paul's attempt at the Presidency I saw a good handful of freedom lovers I guess but unfortunately the majority, in my opinion, are so uninformed, uneducated and lacking in any moral compass and principles(even caring) that I am very concerned that this situation will escalate with more vandalism and violence. Death may occur somewhere when opposing opinions collide in the most undesirable way.

If I can give you another personal example, If I am not taking your time, I have a daughter. She is 3 and I take part in a co-op. Every year there is a different teacher. One for toddlers, 2's, 3's and pre-kindergarten. Well to my horror the 3's teacher thinks it is necessary to praise Lincoln and Rev King to a bunch of 3 year olds who have no idea or conceptual mind to critically think about these two subjects. I even tried to bring in Booker T. Washington's book Up From Slavery for her continued education. I was hoping she would see the difference between a hand out and a hand up. Well too much to read I guess because the book was rejected overnight. I had even underlined some of the most individualistic lines for myself throughout for an easier return at another time. Still this was too much for a "teacher".

 I will end it here Sir. I just wanted to write. I have thought about it for a few days since all these attempts at destroying American history and Southern culture have begun, again with more intensity. I hope the attacks on your history and culture end. May you have the greatest of opportunities and divine intervention.


                                                                                                          Stephen Burt

WE ARE IN A WAR TO SAVE AMERICAN CULTURE And we don’t have much time.



I am certain I do not need to tell you that we are facing a crisis. In fact, we are facing the greatest threat to our heritage in modern times. The forces arrayed against us are formidable.

Their first declared goal is to remove the Confederate Battle flag which flies beside the Confederate Soldier’s monument in Columbia, South Carolina. It was put there in 2000 as part of a political compromise. But do not be fooled into thinking they will stop there. The radical leftists who are driving this crisis are committed to the complete eradication of all things Confederate.

I will not belabor the point with a long list of examples; suffice it to say that if it’s Confederate, they are after it. One liberal group is already cataloging every Confederate monument, street name, and memorial in America. If you have any doubts about the seriousness of this just turn on the news. And don’t think these folks will be satisfied with just Confederate memorials. 

Many of these same ideologues have just as negative a view of our Revolutionary War heroes and the United States flag. Make no mistake, WE ARE IN A WAR TO SAVE AMERICAN CULTURE. I don’t know how else to say it and we don’t have much time. From what we know, the S.C. General Assembly will meet July 6 to vote on this issue, we must move quickly.

Charles Kelly Barrow, Commander-in-Chief

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Andrew Young: "The problems we face don't have anything to do with the flag."

Via Carl

An international civil rights icon and former Atlanta mayor weighs in on the debate the entire country is talking about. FOX 5's Morse Diggs sat down with Ambassador Andrew Young to get his take on the Confederate flag and his answer might surprise you.

He said some people fighting against the flag are more worried about treating the symptoms than treating the illness. Also he is not advocating a tax on the flag.

The former two-term mayor suggested people focus more on the substance of the problems and issues of today and not on a symbol. He said a lesson should have been learned by what happened at the State Capitol. He said supporters of former Governor Roy Barnes won a big state battle but lost the State House.

More with video @ Fox

Georgia: Poll on Confederate flag, monuments, memorials and license plate

Via Nancy

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Georgia Governor Nathan Deal has set up a phone line to register pro and con support or opposition to the Confederate flag.
I just called and a polite young man answered. I asked him to register 100% total support for the Confederate flag and Confederate monuments, memorials and the specialty license plate with the SCV logo and CSA flag.
Please call 404-656-1776 and register your support.  It is probably best to call between 9 AM and 4 PM.

James W. King
SCV Camp Commander
Albany GA.

The Coming Persecution… What’s a patriot to do?

Via Sauced07 via WRSA


Ahhh, that ‘moment.’ The moment when it all sunk in and you realized I wasn’t joking about the coming persecution of Christian patriots in America. And now the stage is set and ‘it’ is at the threshold.

I’ve received several emails and want to offer you some encouragement, which also ties in with the series I’m doing, titled ‘The Coming Underground.’ So, some action steps are in order. WHAT TO DO!

3 Things You Need to Know About Killing

 on killing

There are few things to understand if you are forced to kill someone or in if someone is trying to kill you.

Most of the people are unaware of them but it is important to understand them.

As I said many times before, most people simply did not face real violence before. I mean killing or fighting for life. That’s good because we live in society where those things are not needed.

On the other side, from the point of survival if you did not went through serious violence before you lack that experience, you do not really know what to expect when SHTF So…

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Baltimore Evidence Includes Transport Van Witness Donta Allen “On Video” Telling Investigators Freddie Gray Was Jumping Around “Like A Madman”…

Oh, how we’ve seen this entire story play out before. Donta Allen 2015, is Rachel Jeantel 2013 !! A prosecution witness that actually deconstructs the prosecution. Now we know why Baltimore State Attorney Marilyn Mosby wants to block public awareness of the evidence.

According to Megyn Kelly part of the “Brady evidence” turned over by prosecutors to the defense team in Baltimore includes video of van passenger Donta Allen giving his statement to “investigators”.

NC: 2 suspected MS-13 members face judge

Via Skynet" Smoke em. i don't know if you know this sir, but every "tear tattoo" dripping down from the eyes indicates how many they killed."


A judge will decide Tuesday if an alleged MS-13 gang member will stay behind bars.
Oscar Trejo is in the Mecklenburg County Jail on federal charges. He's one of 37 alleged gang members indicted in May.

On Monday, Fec Rodriguez-Vareal pleaded guilty to one count of conspiracy as part of a plea deal.

Authorities say the members were involved in the murders of four men. The suspected members were rounded up last month. The charges against them range from murder to drug deals to robberies and guns.

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Fort Sumter furls its Confederate flags, probably forever

Via Carl

Fort Sumter’s dominant U.S. flag will remain, but four historical flags have been taken down.

For more than 40 years, Fort Sumter has flown six flags, including four banners that flew overhead during the four years of America’s Civil War. 

But the recent slayings of nine black parishioners during a Bible study inside the Emanuel AME Church prompted the fort to take down four of those flags, including two flags of the Confederacy, as a gesture of sympathy and sensitivity.

More @ The Post & Courier

Survey: 88% oppose renaming facilities named for Confederate leaders


Via comment by Anonymous on You Must Read Gettysburg Film Director Ron Maxwell...

The campaign to purge references to the Confederacy from public facilities may end at the front gate of American military facilities.

An overwhelming majority of people who took part in a Stars and Stripes online survey do not want to see the U.S. Army rename posts named after Confederate generals.

Response To: Some want debate over Confederate symbols in Augusta

 Via Carl


Dear Editors: 

As a  retired veteran, Civil War re-enactor and member of the Augusta Civil War Round Table, I am saddened by the lack of knowledge regarding the inscription on the Confederate Monument in Augusta.  The line, " No nation rose so white and fair, none fell so pure of crime" was taken from a poem written by an English poet and author, Philip Stanhope Worsley, a Fellow of Corpus Christi College in Oxford, England.

Worsely was a friend of Gen. Robert E. Lee's nephew,  Edward Lee Childe of Paris, France, and  sent his book "A Translation of Homer's Iliad" to General Robert E. Lee, whom he greatly admired, in 1866 and wrote the poem in the fly leaf of the book comparing the fall of Troy in the Trojan War to the defeat of the South.

One stanza of the poem reads as follows:

Ah realm of tears--but let her bear
This blazon to the end of time:
No nation rose so white and fair,
None fell so pure of crime. 

In none of these verses was the English scholar referring to race but he was using poetic license to compare the rise and defeat of the Confederate States to a flower which blooms and quickly fades.  Worsley obviously knew of Lee's sorrow and wrote the poem in an attempt to soothe and comfort the old soldier.   

Obviously the women of the Ladies Memorial Association were aware of Worsley's tribute to Lee  and felt it was an appropriate verse to inscribe upon the memorial to Richmond County soldiers who died in the War Between the States.
The Confederate Monument on Broad is a monument to our fallen veterans--nothing more and nothing less.  Those who would criticize it should consider learning its history before doing so. 
Dr. Arnold M. Huskins
Major, USAF, Retired



 (This poem is on the back of my Great Aunt Dixie's original oil of Lee which has been lost. I have a copy which shows Great Aunt Dixie's signature on the left, and lists her as the artist with a copyright of 1906 on the right. It is dedicated to her brother, John P. Leach, Commander Junius Daniel Camp, United Confederate Veterans, Littleton, North Carolina. BT) Link

To General Lee, 

The most stainless of living commanders and, except in fortune, the greatest, this volume is presented

Tribute To General Lee 

By Philip Stanhope Worsley

“The grand old bard that never dies,
Receive him in our English tongue!
I send thee, but with weeping eyes,
The story that he sung.

“Thy Troy is fallen,–thy dear land
Is marred beneath the spoiler’s heel–
I cannot trust my trembling hand
To write the things I feel.

“Ah, realm of tears!–but let her bear
This blazon to the end of time:
No nation rose so white and fair 
None fell so pure of crime.

“The widow’s moan, the orphan’s wail,
Come round thee; but in truth be strong!
Eternal Right, though all else fail,
Can never be made Wrong.

“An Angel’s heart, an angel’s mouth,
Not Homer’s, could alone for me
Hymn well the great Confederate South–
Virginia first, and LEE.