Saturday, May 8, 2021

Another Massive Battle Flag Rises in Virginia As Southerners Commemorate Confederate History and Heritage Month Across the South

The Va Flaggers and the 10th Platoon, 2nd Btn, Co A Va SCV MC raised and dedicated the Rockbridge County Soldiers Roadside Memorial Battle Flag at Goshen last month, in a private ceremony on private property. About 100 faithful Confederate heritage supporters gathered to celebrate the 160th anniversary of Virginia’s secession, commemorate Confederate History and Heritage month, and dedicate the 12’x18’ Confederate Battle flag on a 40’ pole to the Glory of God and in honor and memory of Rockbridge County’s Confederate Veterans.

More @ The Virginia Flaggers

Just in time for Confederate Memorial Day in North Carolina: 1932 Chevrolet Confederate - $39,995

1932 Chevrolet Confederate  for Sale $39,995 

 When you want a '30s-style classic that's more distinct than a Ford, the Chevy is the right way to go. But nearly 90 years later, we are reminded that not all were created equal or treated the same. That's why we get excited about this 1932 Chevrolet Confederate. It's a vivid two-tone classic that even has some awards under its belt.

The red with maroon roof and accents is a distinct and sophisticated style that will get this Chevy noticed. It's a glossy finish that was part of this car's comprehensive restoration about 15 years ago. You know this was quality work, because this is an AACA senior award winner. And when you do something high-quality, the value endures. That's why this car continues to impress, right down to details. The body panels align with care; the chrome and stainless look great; and you have a bright set of whitewalls, including the spare mounted to the rear. And speaking of the wheel, the straw color is bright enough to draw extra attention to the classic wire construction and cool Chevrolet center caps. Plus, the yellow coordinates with the full body pinstripe for a thoughtful total presentation.

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‘The Left Demands Loyality To Biden-This Is Why’ Trevor Loudon Explains The American Communist Revolution

 Via Billy



An expert on worldwide Communist infiltrations, Trevor Loudon, is speaking out loudly about what he sees unfolding in America calling it a full-blown ‘Revolution.’ He is educating Americans about how easy the left is getting away with it all. 

“Americans are slow to wake up to ways we use to identify these marxist and Communist movements so I keep trying to find new ways to get the information out.  I love America, and the world needs a strong America back or the rest of the world is doomed,” Loudon told Gateway Pundit.

Loudon’s words are being heard, as they were reported in the Canadian Free press, on Friday:

More @ The Gateway Pundit

President Trump Calls For Audit In Michigan/Wisconsin: “Where Did All These Votes Come From?”


President Trump has just made a new statement regarding the election results in Michigan and Wisconsin.

In Trump’s latest post on his new communication platform, he went into great detail on the vote dumps that occurred in Michigan and Wisconsin on election night.

Trump was quoted saying “a dump of 149,772 votes came into the State of Michigan. Biden received 96% of those votes and the State miraculously went to him”.

He went on to talk about the 143,379 vote dump in  Wisconsin too and said “where did all these votes come from?”.

More @ WLT

From John Hay & John George Nicolay's book on Lincoln:

 Via 789

Lincoln's attitude towards Southern States on February 3, 1865, as related by reconstructionist Seward who hated white people:
Mr. Seward called attention to that phrase of his annual message where he had declared, "In stating a single condition of peace, I mean simply to say that the war will cease on the part of the Government
whenever it shall have ceased on the part of those who began it." As to the rebel States being admitted to representation in Congress, "Mr. Lincoln very promptly replied that his own individual opinion was, they ought to be. He also thought they would be; but he could not enter into any stipulation upon the subject. His own opinion was that when the resistance ceased and the National authority was recognized, the States would be immediately restored to their practical relations to the Union."


Another indication of Lincoln's attitude towards the conquered South:
On the evening of February 5, 1865, Lincoln called his cabinet together and read to them the following draft of a message and proclamation, which he had written during the day, and upon which he invited their opinion and advice:

Fellow citizens of the Senate and House of Representatives: I respectfully recommend that a joint resolution, substantially as follows, be adopted, so soon as practicable, by your honorable bodies: "Resolved by the Senate and the House of Representatives of the United States of America in Congress assembled, That the President of the United States is hereby empowered, in his discretion, to pay $400,000,000 to the States of .... in the manner and on conditions following, to wit: The payment to be made in 6% Government bonds, and to be distributed among said States pro rata on their respective slave population as shown by the census of 1860

This guy didn't want rob them blind, he wanted to give them money for the negroes. The reconstructionists had to act quickly and remove Lincoln from the way. With a President like this in office, there could not have been Stevens-Sumner reconstruction act. And this president had wide support behind him; much wider support than behind Thaddeus or Sumner. Against Lincoln they couldn't have organized an impeachment revolt.

Court orders upstate woman to remove Confederate flag on rock or risk custody of child (Not a parody)

 Via David

 Appellate justices in Albany on Thursday ordered a woman in Tompkins County to remove a rock from her driveway that is painted with a Confederate flag or risk it impacting the custody case involving her multi-racial daughter.  (Skip Dickstein / Times Union)

Appellate justices in Albany on Thursday ordered a woman in Tompkins County to remove a rock from her driveway that is painted with a Confederate flag or risk a "change of circumstances" in the custody case of her multiracial daughter.

In a unanimous 5-0 ruling, appellate justices allowed the couple to retain joint custody of the child, who was born in 2014 and attends school in the Dryden Central School District, which is east of Ithaca.

More @ Times Union

Aldous Huxley Foresaw Our Despots — Fauci, Gates, and Their Vaccine Crusaders

In 1949, sometime after the publication of George Orwell’s Nineteen Eighty-Four, Aldous Huxley, the author of Brave New World (1931), who was then living in California, wrote to Orwell.  Huxley had briefly taught French to Orwell as a student in high school at Eton.

Huxley generally praises Orwell’s novel, which to many seemed very similar to Brave New World in its dystopian view of a possible future.  Huxley politely voices his opinion that his own version of what might come to pass would be truer than Orwell’s.  Huxley observed that the philosophy of the ruling minority in Nineteen Eighty-Four is sadism, whereas his own version is more likely, that controlling an ignorant and unsuspecting public would be less arduous, less wasteful by other means.  Huxley’s masses are seduced by a mind-numbing drug, Orwell’s with sadism and fear.

The most powerful quote In Huxley’s letter to Orwell is this:

More @ American Thinker

CNN Guest Refuses To Take The ‘Bait,’ Contradicts Don Lemon On Slavery

CNN’s Don Lemon seemed to find himself in an uncomfortable position on Wednesday night, as the guest he invited to bolster his argument about slavery ended up contradicting him instead. 

The talk show host made numerous claims about how the Constitution “valued” slaves — and, as his featured expert obliquely noted, Lemon manifestly got his facts wrong.

More @ The Daily Wire

Oklahoma Governor Kevin Stitt Signs Bill Banning Critical Race Theory in Public Schools


Oklahoma Gov. Kevin Stitt (R) signed a bill Friday that will ban the teaching of Critical Race Theory (CRT) in the state’s public schools.

CRT is a Marxist-based philosophy that embraces the concept that all social and cultural issues should be viewed through the lens of race and racial identity.

More @ RTM

AZ Audit Director Ken Bennett Says Dominion Refuses to Comply with Subpoena


Arizona Audit Director Ken Bennett joined One America News to discuss the latest developments in the Maricopa County forensic audit.

The Maricopa County Election Board claimed this week they do not have ‘Admin’ access to their county’s voting machines.

More @ RTM

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