Re: Keith Harris

Cosmic America

Keith Harris has responded:

For my readers, I would like to direct you to the comment section of of the OD post. Wow!! This is quite a display of anger. These guys sort of leave the “Heritage not Hate” groups behind – a loooong way behind. For the record, I have spoken with a lot of people in the Sons of Confederate Veterans, United Daughters of the Confederacy, Confederate reenactors, and other heritage groups who are appalled by this sort of racist agenda coupled with twenty-first century support for the Confederate cause. I wind up disagreeing with the SCV members on just about everything else, but most (not all…but most) agree that carrying forward virulent racist hatred is a bad idea.

You’re right.

As we both know, the Confederate cause had absolutely nothing whatsoever to do with modern anti-racism or political correctness, which are the silly infatuations of degenerate Baby Boomers who have more or less destroyed America. Radicals like William Lloyd Garrison, Frederick Douglass, and John Brown believed in social equality. The ideal of social equality was so wildly unpopular in America at the time that Abraham Lincoln and William Seward were constantly defending themselves from the accusation.

We do not believe in racial equality, social equality, political equality, civil equality … or any other form of equality, aside from the equality of natural rights enjoyed by White males under the Confederate government, or under the American government that was created by the Founders, and which was extinguished by the Black Republicans in 1867.

We believe that Dixie is and ought to remain a White Man’s Country. We do not identify with the Yankee culture. Understanding that culture, I consider it my personal mission to define that culture and relentlessly attack that culture, especially in regard to its deification of “African-Americans.”

There was no such thing as an “African-American” in the Confederacy.  The term “African-American” didn’t exist until the 1970s or 1980s when (to the best of our knowledge) it was coined by civil rights martyr Jesse Jackson. The term “racism” doesn’t appear in America until the 1930s. The 14th Amendment was rejected by the White majority in every Confederate state.

The 14th Amendment was rejected by the White majority in every Confederate state because White Southerners did not believe in that type of “equality.” There was a massive wave of violent resistance to that type of “equality.” It was a Radical Republican idea that was forced on the South at gunpoint by our bitterest enemies like Thaddeus Stevens and Charles Sumner.

Note: We also think it is a good idea to dismantle the United States. It is unfortunate that we are part of the United States under Barack Hussein Obama.

White Southerners deserve at least one website where they can get served authentic Southern history and culture, not a warmed over buffet of twentieth century Yankee innovations, the familiar product of “frenzied brains” which was the Antebellum term for mental illness.

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37 Comments

  1. Cosmic America loves animals! Especially the ratty ones that are discarded, neglected, and abused. My wife, Coni and I have been working for years to provide homes, health care, and all the other good stuff for all these little guys that we run across.

  2. If you live in the South, you have been in that situation many times. The Black Undertow neglects animals. That’s why veterinary medicine is one of the “Jobs Black People Hate.” You would never know this though from watching Eddie Murphy ind Dr. Doolittle.

    These blacks are always abandoning their animals on the county roads. There was a point when my father had no less than six dogs (not including our own dogs) that had been abandoned by African-Americans.

  3. “Cosmic America loves animals! Especially the ratty ones that are discarded, neglected, and abused. My wife, Coni and I have been working for years to provide homes, health care, and all the other good stuff for all these little guys that we run across.”

    Double-Entendre, right?

  4. No, I don’t.

    I dislike a peculiar type of culture that I believe emerged in the early nineteenth century in Yankeeland. The origins of the radical Left in America can be traced back to that culture. It was that type of culture that inspired abolitionism, Transcendentalism, women’s suffrage, and civil rights.

    It started out as a counterculture in Yankeedom. Abolitionists were the minority of the population. They were a group of radical agitators who were pushing the limits of equality. It was only later that they became the mainstream.

    In many ways, this was a departure from the Yankee tradition. The Yankees rejected their own heritage and embraced Unitarianism and radical strains of evangelical Christianity. The Quakers were another sect that contributed to the rise of the Left in America.

    This whole culture of radical egalitarianism grows out of a bastardized hybrid of ideological republicanism, Quakerism, Unitarianism, and evangelical Christianity. It spreads like a plague across the Northern Bible Belt under the disguise of anti-slavery.

    It triumphed in the War Between the States in the North and was forced on the South during Reconstruction. But no, I don’t dislike Yankees for ethnic reasons.

    I believe they are afflicted by a kind of religious and cultural disease. They are the primary victims of this madness. The South has only been indirectly affected by it.

  5. That kid sounds like nothing more than someone who has been emotionally and mentally traumatized into joining a cult. More likely than not he has a word which he greatly fears being used against him, or that any form of ostracization be directed his way.

  6. In the mid- 1990’s I went to a funeral way behind enemy lines at the Albin Funeral Home on Nicollet Avenue in Minneapolis, MN.

    I was out front talking to some former in-laws while they smoked cigarettes when all of a sudden we saw a parade coming down the street.

    It wasn’t the Shriners.

    From a distance it looked like most of the people in the front of the parade were scantily clad females. As they got closer it became apparent that they weren’t females at all. It was men, sort of, dressed in daisy dukes and short tank tops.

    They were gay and proud.

    As they went by one of them tried to hand me a balloon that was exactly the same color as Keith Harris’ sunglasses

  7. We have completely lost control of what the real meaning of “hatred” is. As far as I can tell, nobody hates like the people who throw that word around.

  8. “Hatred” is defined as intense dislike or antipathy toward mainstream American culture. It means taking a forthright rejectionist position of the Yankee culture.

    It is kind of interesting that they focus on the visceral reaction to that culture rather than the radical and degenerate nature of that culture itself. I assume this is because they are operating on the belief that there is nothing about that culture which could inspire anyone to reject it.

    You are not given the option of rejecting being a Yankee. Rejectionists must be driven by madness, insanity, “hate” or “ignorance” … something other than familiarity.

    Who could reject the “Shining City on a Hill” that has been created by the morally perfected Yankee? Who could reject American exceptionalism? It is part of their whole arrogant complex that their own bizarre culture is universal and something that everyone else in the entire world should aspire to.

    That’s why they can talk about invading Afghanistan in the name of “women’s rights” or attacking Libya in the name of “democracy.” These people see themselves as the summit of human progress. The entire world is evolving to be just like them … and if isn’t evolving in their direction on their timetable, well, then bombs away!

  9. “Herman Cain had a 13 year affair with a white woman”

    It is beyond me how any White woman could cavort with a negro. The only plausible explanation would be that the father was absent, physically and/or emotionally.

  10. We live in a sick and disgusting world. The American culture encourages every type of perversion. Nothing surprises me anymore. That we instinctively react against things like this is evidence that our indigenous Southern culture has survived to some extent.

  11. The instinctual reaction has little to do with culture, me thinks. The metrosexual type would undoubtably react this way if not for the brainwashing. I suspect there is an internal battle in the minds of these folks, a desire for attention or something, that causes an attraction to the flamboyant.

    Why don’t “conservatives” ever have purple hair, nipple piercings, tight-ass pants or a same-sex genitalia in their mouth? Inner peace.

  12. It is a natural response to the sort of alienation that results from being uprooted from an organic tradition and growing up in an unsettled place where there is no real culture. He suffers from gender confusion.

  13. The liberal is concerned solely with destroying tradition and rebellion for the sake of rebellion. Thus, you end up with men in their forties wearing purple sunglasses and getting face lifts.

  14. that keith harris statement about talking to the various Southern groups seems false to me. I know very few Southerns who embrace their heritage AND deny the reality of racial issues.

  15. There are braindead conservatives who believe in stuff like Black Confederates and the racism of Abraham Lincoln. It is the same people who planned to vote for Herman Cain to prove they are not racists.

    We shouldn’t take them seriously. When the Southern Baptists seceded and created their own church in the Antebellum era, they became more admired and thrived like never before. The amputation of the degenerate liberal wing led to the expansion of the church.

    Strong institutions are confident. They are dynamic and offer something of value to their followers. Decaying institutions have lost confidence. They are constantly on the defensive.

    We don’t need the “Heritage Not Hate” types. They are like the Episcopal Church. They have already surrendered to the enemy. Every single time those people have tried to appease the Left with shit like “Black Confederates” and “Heritage Not Hate” it has led to further attacks and defeats.

    The Left doesn’t believe in tolerance. It doesn’t believe in diversity. It doesn’t believe in equality. It believes in destroying and perverting our culture. It believes in elevating blacks over Whites, homosexuals over heterosexuals, women over men, the inferior over the superior, the tax consumer over the taxpayer, etc.

  16. HW, how can you know these things and still respect Michael Hill? As time goes by he sounds more and more like Abraham Lincoln, variations depending on his audience or interviewer. Is the South the White man’s country or does it belong to H. K. Egerton’s NAACP?

    Either he can’t have it both ways or you can’t have it both ways.

  17. Hunter,

    Do you know that your current view aligns approximately with Mencius Moldbug’s expurgation of modern American history?

    (I dislike a peculiar type of culture that I believe emerged in the early nineteenth century in Yankeeland. The origins of the radical Left in America can be traced back to that culture. It was that type of culture that inspired abolitionism, Transcendentalism, women’s suffrage, and civil rights.

    It started out as a counterculture in Yankeedom. Abolitionists were the minority of the population. They were a group of radical agitators who were pushing the limits of equality. It was only later that they became the mainstream.)

    Not saying you’re wrong, bro. Just noting the similarity.

  18. Hunter: You got to check this out on google – THE WORLD ACCORDING TO MONSANTO/ WATCH FREE DOCUMENTARY ONLINE. What really gets me is how mostly blacks in Aniston, Alabama were able to sue Monsanto and got 700 Million dollars! I guess this is because of BRA!

  19. “It started out as a counterculture in Yankeedom. Abolitionists were the minority of the population. They were a group of radical agitators who were pushing the limits of equality. It was only later that they became the mainstream.

    In many ways, this was a departure from the Yankee tradition. The Yankees rejected their own heritage and embraced Unitarianism and radical strains of evangelical Christianity. The Quakers were another sect that contributed to the rise of the Left in America.

    This whole culture of radical egalitarianism grows out of a bastardized hybrid of ideological republicanism, Quakerism, Unitarianism, and evangelical Christianity. It spreads like a plague across the Northern Bible Belt under the disguise of anti-slavery.”

    That’s why I will now and forever call them, “Yankee Supremacists.” For that is what they are!

    The South was right. I am ashamed to be called a Yankee…. God, forgive me and my race. We were lied to, and only now can we throw off the shackles of this racist Supremacism, that thinks the Negro our equal.

  20. duh,

    As I have pointed out before this was all part of the Second Great Awakening which actually began in Kentucky and in addition to spawning New England Transcendentalism also co-incided with the steep rise in participation in the more ignorant Protestant sects of Methodists, Southern Baptists and Prohibition, 7th Day Adventists, and other assorted holy rollers which infect the South down to this day.

  21. “In the mid- 1990?s I went to a funeral way behind enemy lines at the Albin Funeral Home on Nicollet Avenue in Minneapolis, MN.”

    Playing Roots Backwards- that’s not ‘enemy lines;’ I lived there. I prefer to think of my homeland as ‘occupied territory’ that has, as of this moment, not YET been ‘DELIVERED’ of the Enemy- of both of us.

    Pray for us in the North, as we awaken from our Yankee Supremacist Overlords, and their Khazarian ‘wormtongue’ minions.

  22. “We don’t need the “Heritage Not Hate” types. They are like the Episcopal Church. ”

    LMAO. How true! Throwing the baby out with the bath water, the church that one was likened to ‘the Republican Party at prayer,’ ECUSA (or TEC, as she now likes to be monikered) is nothing BUT a conglomeration of ‘cult prostititutes’ – sodomites, lesbians, and femiNAZIS, who are as far from the Grace of God, as the ‘Asherah on the hills’ the Ancient Israelites (our spiritual brethren…at the very least!) were WARNED AGAINST going to, in their apostasy from YHWH God Almighty. And looked what happened to them- 70 years of Babylonian Captivity.

  23. Rubel,

    You have a real gift for run-on sentences. But I don’t see the cultural link between the Arminiacs and the Transcendentites, whose origins, as far as I know, lay in second-hand German idealism and Massachusetts writers’ clubs. Are you saying New England Transcendentalism was the offspring of a Kentuckian religious revival? I think you ought to reconsider.

  24. duh,

    That sentence hardly ran on. It was perhaps longer than your limited attention span but that hardly disproves that it made a single coherent though broad point.

    Your knowledge of the cultural aspects of American history is seriously lacking. The Second Great Awakening spread like wildfire throughout the land. It was Calvinism run amok. We are suffering under its effects even unto today with utopian social reformers running the government and wide swaths of ignorant Americans such as the Southern Baptists (and worse) denying scientific fact in preference to biblical literalism.

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Second_Great_Awakening

    “In the midst of shifts in theology and church polity, American Christians took it upon themselves to reform society during this period. Known commonly as antebellum reform, this phenomenon included reforms in temperance, womens’ rights, abolitionism, and a multitude of other questions faced by society.”

    “Across the country, then, the revivalists of the Second Great Awakening brought Evangelical Protestantism to the people and through their reorientation of Calvinist theology and practice irreversibly changed the religious landscape of the United States. It was when the Second Great Awakening had attained maturity, in the late 1820s and 1830s, that an awakening of a similar character, if of strikingly different characters, flowered in Boston under the name ‘Transcendentalism.’ “

  25. Bill,

    Having never joined the League of the South, I don’t know much about Michael Hill.

    I’ve met H.K. Edgerton once before at a Confederate flag rally in South Carolina. Someone told me that he used to be an NAACP chapter president in North Carolina. He has some kind of personal vendetta against them.

  26. Every single time a conservative organization waters down its message to appease liberals they respond by becoming more aggressive. Potential converts are alienated because they don’t see a contrast. The organization loses members and collapses.

    The Southern Baptist Convention is the latest example of this. How did the Southern Baptist Convention become so powerful? By seceding from the Baptist movement which produced the likes of William Lloyd Garrison.

    In the process of seceding from the liberal Baptists in the Northern states, the Southern Baptists became more admired and attracted a lot more members. The institution thrived.

    The moment it turned its back on its own heritage and began to give lip service to warmed over liberal causes, it began to stink to its own members. It has lost members like the Methodists. Now it seems to be in terminal decline as an institution.

  27. Rubel,

    wide swaths of ignorant Americans such as the Southern Baptists (and worse) denying scientific fact in preference to biblical literalism.

    I am aware of the ideological parallels … but I don’t see that one derived from the other, nor has your excerpt proven it. My understanding is that the SGA arose among the denominations in the Southwest and spread east among New York bohunks; while Transcendentalism was largely a literary movement of New England gentry based on a handful of European authors. Emerson for example was not a fiery evangelical, but a quietist and a Quaker.

    So, I urge you to drop the mockery, as my ignorance in these matters was never a secret, and play your hand — if you really have one.

  28. Play my hand? I’m not about to single handedly give you the college education in American History you so sorely missed. It is well understood that the Second Great Awakening reverberated both North and South and there are dozens upon dozens of books on the subject. Through its spiritual empowerment of the common man it spawned many democratic movements such as evangelism, Jacksonian Democracy, abolitionism, the temperance movement, female suffrage, and even the goofy Transcendentalists much as Luther’s teachings spawned decades of anarchism in Germany and religious wars right through the 18th Century.
    The fact that it expressed itself in different modalities among different Protestant subcultures is hardly surprising. The Protestant emphasis on each individual’s direct communication with his own God was the democratic spirit in full flower. And like all mass mob movements it led to bloody war.

    You can lead a horse to water but in your case I can not make you drink.

  29. I’m not about to single handedly give you the college education in American History you so sorely missed.

    Please?

    there are dozens upon dozens of books on the subject.

    I am absolutely certain that you shall be able to list one or two. In the time it took you to flatter yourself with cheap mockery, you might have done just that.

    Through its spiritual empowerment of the common man

    But Transcendentalism was a philosophic-literary movement, not politics, nor even a religious revival. And though it concerned itself with the common man, ’twas most certainly not common men writing their books.

    and even the goofy Transcendentalists much as Luther’s teachings spawned decades of anarchism in Germany and religious wars right through the 18th Century.

    Ahh, I remember you from HW’s Luther posts. You’re the same guy who thundered about all that. Didn’t I disagree you there too? No matter; I leave you your illusions of ideology as sufficient cause in massive social unrest.

    And like all mass mob movements it led to bloody war.

    … Transcendentalism led to bloody war? Holy shit. Where’s the book on THAT?

    By the way, “modality” comes from semiotics. The proper word is mode.

  30. “Every single time a conservative organization waters down its message to appease liberals they respond by becoming more aggressive. Potential converts are alienated because they don’t see a contrast. The organization loses members and collapses.”

    aka The History of the League of the South

  31. “…the Second Great Awakening which actually began in Kentucky and in addition to spawning New England Transcendentalism…”

    You are nuts.

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