Yesterday, OD attended a Confederate Flag Rally in Columbia, SC. It was a six hour drive, but we found the time and the resources to travel to South Carolina to support a worthy cause. We shot almost an hour worth of video on the scene. I’ve uploaded the footage to our YouTube channel.
1.) Traveling to South Carolina/Columbia State House
In this video, we share a hilarious racial anecdote that happened in Rock Hill, SC. I also tour the grounds of the South Carolina capitol and make various observations.
2.) Engaging a Counter-Protester/Singing Dixie with H.K. Edgerton
I engage a homosexual counter protester from Atlanta and ask him several questions about the Confederate flag. H.K. Edgerton, a black man famous for supporting the Confederacy, leads a sing along of Dixie for the FOX News television cameras.
3.) William Carter
William Carter of the South Carolina Conservative Action Council, the organizer of the event, explains why it is important to support the Confederate flag. Only White Americans are defamed and attacked for daring to celebrate and preserve our heritage.
4.) Kirk Lyons
Kirk Lyons of the Southern Legal Resource Center speaks at the Confederate Flag Rally.
5.) Kyle Rogers
My friend Kyle Rogers of the South Carolina CofCC, a veteran pro-White activist, takes the microphone at the Confederate Flag Rally in Columbia.
6.) Waving the Gadsden Flag
I take turns waving the Gadsden flag and Confederate flag in front of the South Carolina legislature. FOX News was filming us and snapping photos.
After the rally was over, I stuck around in Columbia with H. Rock White and Mike Capatano. We had a great time chatting with Kyle about every aspect of the White Nationalist movement.
Red Jeffrey and One People’s Project were nowhere in sight. There were 100 of us and 1 counter protester at the Columbia Rally. A3P supporters were on the scene. Carolina Patriot, an OD commentator from South Carolina, came out to join us.
There is nothing stopping us from winning this fight. The biggest enemy facing us is not our opposition. It is our unwillingness to show that we have the courage of our convictions. There should have been thousands of us there waving the Confederate flag in the 95 degree heat.
I had a blast in Columbia. These road trips are far more fun than writing and arguing on the internet. It is always a pleasure to be around good people who care about their race and its future. I think more of our supporters will come out when they see all the action and good fun they are missing.