Tuesday, September 1, 2020

Tarboro Commissioners Who Voted To Take Our Confederate Monument DOWN (Remove Next Election) and The Three Who Didn't

Via Anonymous

"I sent you the other photos just so you could see all the commissioners full names. CB Brown, Tate Mayo and John Jenkins are the ones that voted AGAINST the statue being taken down. The others are the guilty parties. The Yankees that have been masterminding the whole operation by putting their two cents in along with trying to bring everyone down that doesn’t agree are Alyssa Ruffing (BLM)  and Brandy Paige Chappell (BLM). They aren’t the only guilty parties. TBC, On the Square, Rusty’s and Country Feedback are the known businesses that have been in on this whole charade. I still have no concrete evidence as to whether........are guilty or not, but the mysterious letter keeps getting brought up."


  1. The yankee invaders leave their town for a better way of life,
    entering Tarboro, Asheville, Sylvia, Waynesville, Weaverville, and
    many others and what do they do, create the same wasteland
    they left behind. Put up roadblocks and check their credentials
    before their being allowed to set-up residency. That's how bad
    it has become.

    1. "By Yankee I do not mean everybody from north of the Potomac and Ohio......I am using the term historically to designate that peculiar ethnic group descended from New Englanders, who can be easily recognized by their arrogance, hypocrisy, greed, lack of congeniality, and penchant for ordering other people around. Puritans long ago abandoned anything that might be good in their religion but have never given up the notion that they are the chosen saints whose mission is to make America, and the world, into the perfection of their own image."

  2. The Northerner and the Southerner are not compatible and never were.
    Not unless one has a love for the culture of the other side.
    The development of different cultures, economies, even views of government by the North and South from colonial times through the early republic eventually led to political stress between the two. The commercial and big government interests of the North were not compatible with the South’s conservative agrarian lifestyle, secured by their love of states’ rights and strict construction of the Constitution. Increasingly the North saw the South as an obstacle to the continued growth of government which the North needed for their commercial and economic prosperity. The republic of the Founders had to be destroyed and all power centralized in the Federal the government was the view of those elites who sought political and economic power.
    Some things never change.

    1. Pissed, I am.

      1. Confederate General D.H. Hill's letter to Yankee General French in 1863: (Excerpt)

      "In regard to your first communication touching the burning of Plymouth you seem to have forgotten two things. You forget, sir, that you are a Yankee and that Plymouth is a Southern town. It is no business of yours if we choose to burn our own towns. A meddling Yankee troubles himself with everybody's matters but his own and repents of everybody's sins except his own. We are a different people. Should the Yankees burn a Union village in Connecticut or a codfish town in Massachusetts we would not meddle with them but rather bid them God-speed in their work of purifying the atmosphere."

      "After the War"
      (from Sam Ward, King of the Lobby, pp. 303-304)(Complete letter below. BT)