SCV Demands Apology From Washington and Lee University

This incident allegedly happened to a 15-year-old boy at the Washington and Lee demonstration last weekend:

“Since it was my first time in Lexington I wanted to see the Lee Chapel and the grave of Lee’s horse Traveller. As I began to head for the Lee Chapel, a [campus] Police Officer stopped me and said that I could not enter the campus property with my Battle Flag or any images of Confederate Flags on any of my possessions including my clothing. I really wanted to pay my respects to General Lee and Traveller so I had to turn my shirt inside-out, take off my hat, and take off my badge.”

Note: Although some of the “Civil War” bloggers have claimed this is a hoax, the local media has spoken to the teenage boy below.

WSLS 10 NBC in Roanoke/Lynchburg Va

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Whither Rainbowism: Has Unrequited Negrophilia Lost Its Allure In The SCV?


Kevin Levin writes:

“This is about the fact that it was a group of African-American students who successfully petitioned their school to acknowledge their interpretation of the Confederate flag. It is a reminder that African Americans will never subscribe to their preferred interpretation of this history and its iconography.

The Confederate heritage movement has gone to great lengths in recent years to shape their stories to appeal to African Americans and other minorities. This butchering of the Lost Cause narrative likely goes beyond what most Confederates themselves would acknowledge as a realistic depiction of their cause. The rise of the black Confederate narrative in the 1970s is the most obvious example of this revisionist agenda.

In the end groups like the Virginia Flaggers can highlight their black member and post all of the photographs of black passers-by on the Boulevard they want on their websites. The SCV can schedule an unlimited number of appearances with H.K. Edgerton. The racial profile of the students is a reminder that this project has largely been a failure….”

A few years ago, the League of the South itself was “Rainbow” and had an anti-racism statement posted on the Dixienet website. The Rainbows were later toppled within the League which has since committed itself to organic nationalism as its organizing principle.

Two years ago, I used to clash all the time with the Rainbows on Facebook and elsewhere, but we seem to hear less and less from them these days. It peaked around the time the Sons of Confederate Veterans joined forces with the NAACP to protest the Klan in Memphis. The Black Run Memphis city government renamed three Confederate parks in Memphis including the resting place of Nathan Bedford Forrest and the SCV earned nothing but contempt from the black community for that little PC stunt.

Heading into this Lexington protest, I half expected to see a lot of chest thumping online from the usual suspects denouncing the League in order to “prove” the SCV isn’t racist, along with a flurry of propaganda about the alleged existence of “black Confederates.” To my pleasant surprise, nothing of the sort occurred either online or offline in Lexington where League members protested the outrage at Washington and Lee University with the SCV and Virginia Flaggers. For once everyone involved seems to have focused their attention on the real enemies of the South.

Hopefully, the SCV is growing less interested in black eccentrics, who are outliers in the black community, and imaginary “black Confederates,” who never really existed anyway, and more aware of the true antagonistic attitude of black community and “civil rights activists” toward Southern heritage which has recently manifested itself in “the Committee” in Lexington, Rose Sanders and the battle over the Nathan Bedford Forrest bust in Selma, the Memphis City Council, the campaign against the Tom Watson statue and Confederate monuments in Georgia, and the thousands of blacks who rallied in Columbia earlier this year demanding the removal of the Confederate battle flag from the grounds of the South Carolina state capitol.

How many SCV members have seen the light on Black Run America (BRA) as a result of the self-styled pompous brats of “the Committee” desecrating Marse Robert’s grave? Why wasn’t there any wailing this time about “links” and “associations” with “racists” and evil “white supremacists”?

Has unrequited negrophila finally run its course and begun to taper off in the pro-South movement?

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“About A Thousand People” Rally Against Illegal Immigration … In Boston, Massachusetts


If you had told me a UFO had landed on the grounds of the Massachusetts state capitol, I would be no less surprised:

“BOSTON (CBS)- About a thousand people crowded the front steps of the State House Saturday, rallying against Gov. Deval Patrick’s proposal to grant temporary shelter to Central American children.

More than 57,000 unaccompanied minors have arrived at the United States’ southern border since October, mostly from Guatemala, Honduras and El Salvador. Last week Patrick suggested two Massachusetts bases be used to shelter up to 1,000 of those children while they await a court hearing.

“My greatest concern is that when my grandchild is ready to go to school, there won’t be a seat for him,” said Karen Williams of Dorchester. …”

Note: Go Home Non-Yankees!

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Lexington Washington and Lee Demonstration


Yesterday, 13 members of the Virginia/Maryland League of the South joined a crowd of around 300 protesters from the Sons of the Confederate Veterans and The Virginia Flaggers in a demonstration in Lexington, VA against Washington and Lee University’s decision to remove the regimental Confederate battle flags from Lee Chapel.

League members used three SN flags and passed out Free Magnolias. A few more traditional members of the SCV mechanized calvary escorted League members into the event. The protest was covered by the local media and and the response from the public was overwhelmingly positive.

Note: Click here for SNN’s coverage of the protest.

Media Coverage

WSET, WDBJ, WSLS, The News Gazette

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Democracy: The God That Failed

Judge Andrew Napolitano has written an interesting article called, “What If Democracy Is a Fraud?”

“What if you were allowed to vote only because it didn’t make a difference? What if no matter how you voted the elites always got their way? What if the concept of one person/one vote was just a fiction created by the government to induce your compliance? …”

Note: I’ve touched on many of the same themes here. There has been a revival of interest in the merits of monarchy vs. democracy.

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George William Photos

Here are some recent photos of my beautiful baby boy:

Note: Americanism celebrates homosexuality, gay marriage, abortion, miscegenation, childlessness, adultery, divorce, and sexual promiscuity. Reject the culture of death that surrounds you.

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Ain’t That America: Cold War 2

According to Time magazine, Murika has entered Cold War 2. Are you willing to die to defend Murika and the “Free World” from Russian hetero-fascism?

Note: Some recent Time magazine covers include Martin Luther King, Jr: Architect of the 21st Century, The Child Free Life, Is Your City Next? Lessons From Detroit’s Fight To Survive, Marco Rubio: The Republican Savior, We Are Americans: Just Not Legally, and The Transgender Tipping Point.

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SCLC Agitates Against Confederate Monuments and Holidays

For those who don’t know their history, the Southern Christian Leadership Conference (SCLC) was Martin Luther King, Jr.’s “civil rights” organization. It grew out of the Montgomery Bus Boycott which launched the “Civil Rights Movement”:

“Valdosta, GA – Across the state of Georgia there are still remnants of a different time period. Particularly in Valdosta on the Lowndes County Court House lawn there is a monument to honor the Civil War Confederate dead.

Rev. Floyd Rose who is the Southern Christian Leadership Conference Lowndes County President and Dr. Mark George who is the Mary Turner Project Coordinator are asking the state of Georgia and communities across Georgia to consider moving Confederate monuments like the one in Valdosta to private property. …”

Note: The term “civil rights” now means the destruction of all Southern and Confederate monuments, memorials, and holidays. Lately, it is become so obvious that “civil rights” leaders hate and despise everything Southern and Confederate that even Rainbowland has begun to arrive at the same conclusion.

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Ain’t That America: Darth Vader 2016

The Murikan people have spoken … and Darth Vader is more popular than any 2016 US presidential candidate, and the US Congress is less popular than lice, brussels sprouts, Nickelback and Jar Jar Binks.

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SCV and League of the South To Rally In Lexington


The Maryland/Virginia League of the South will be holding a protest in Lexington, VA this weekend on Saturday, July 26th, in response to the removal of the regimental Confederate battle flags from Lee Chapel at Washington and Lee University. The meeting will begin at the Jackson monument at 10:00 AM.

The SCV is also holding a rally:

“Washington and Lee University has desecrated Robert E. Lee’s grave, but can remedy its error by restoring the Confederate battle flags and separating the chapel from university politics, the commander of the local Sons of Confederate Veterans said.

The Lexington-based Stonewall Brigade plans Saturday to battle the removal of replica flags from Lee Chapel with a downtown flag vigil starting at noon. That will be followed by an open forum at 4 p.m. at the Holiday Inn Express to discuss how to respond to what it terms “grave robbery.” …”

Note: To my knowledge, the League is planning to use the Confederate Battle Flag at this protest.

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