In the wake of this media fomented campaign of cultural genocide against all things Confederate, it is time to knock out a list of practical things you can do as an individual to help support our cause. There has been a fruitful, ongoing discussion about this in the comment section. I believe it warrants its own thread.
1.) Support Our Own People – Shortly before Dylann Roof’s shooting spree in Charleston, League of the South member Josh Doggrell was fired by the Anniston Police Department for his Southern Nationalist beliefs. The SPLC and the NAACP led the hate campaign to get Doggrell fired from his job.
The single most important thing you can do as an individual is to support principled men like Josh Doggrell who publicly stood his ground, refused to renounce his beliefs, and paid the price for doing so. If our movement is to advance, then the virtues which Doggrell displayed – loyalty, love, idealism, passion, perseverence, honor, courage, integrity, and service – should be recognized and rewarded.
2.) Boycott Companies That Reject Our Values – We shouldn’t be patronizing big businesses which despise our values anyway. In a sense, this campaign to tear down the Confederate Battle Flag has been good for us in that small businesses which are pro-South are reaping a windfall due to the sudden demise of major retailers. This just goes to show that we need to keep our money within our own community.
I used to love Cheerios, but I haven’t had a bowl of Cheerios since 2013 when this commercial advertisement was aired. I decided that I no longer wanted to pay for a bowl of miscegenation for my morning breakfast. I quit eating Cheerios, never looked back, and after a few months passed the habit stuck:
I’m not picking on Cheerios here. I am using it only as an example of how our habits should reflect our moral and political beliefs and how I personally gave up one offensive brand which rejected my values.
Now that I think about it, there is another company whose products I used to enjoy while I was in college, but which I started boycotting years ago. I’m referring to Starbucks which hates guns, loudly condemns traditional marriage, and offers sanctimonious lectures about race to its customers with its overpriced coffee.
If you asked me to pick the single worst company in the South which should be boycotted above all others, it would be Tyson Foods. Ever since our immigration rally in Shelbyville, TN, Renee and I have made a point of refusing to buy Tyson products in the grocery store because of its support for illegal immigration.
In addition to Cheerios, Starbucks, and Tyson, which I have been boycotting for some time now, I have compiled a list of the most prominent corporations which have come out against the Confederate flag. Personally, I won’t have any problem boycotting Apple, eBay, Google Shopping, Etsy, Kmart, and Sears, where I don’t shop anyway. Walmart, Target, and Amazon will be more of a challenge.
In particular, I am sick and tired of Walmart throwing its weight around behind SJW political causes, and I have reached the point where I would rather be inconvenienced than shop there. As an avid reader, I have spent a lot of money on Amazon for many years now, but now I will go to its competitors.
3.) Find Alternatives – We need to quickly find alternatives to two major companies whose services we use: Facebook and PayPal.
4.) Quit Voting Republican – The Republican-controlled Supreme Court has upheld Obamacare, disparate impact, affirmative action, and abortion, legalized sodomy and gay marriage, and has stopped the states from enforcing their own immigration laws. The Republican-controlled Congress also gave us Obamatrade as the cherry on top. Stop throwing your vote away on a party that rejects your values.
5.) Fly The Confederate Battle Flag – If you don’t already have a Confederate Battle Flag, buy one from a pro-White retailer like Patriotic Flags. Display the Confederate Battle Flag online and offline to show your utter contempt for and rejection of the politically correct mainstream.
6.) Get Active – As I write this, spontaneous Confederate Battle Flag rallies are erupting all over the South, and if there is one in your area, show up and participate. If there isn’t a flag rally in your area, consider organizing your own rally. Millions of White people are furious right now and the public is showing a much greater willingness than usual to come out and participate in our activist events.
7.) Join Organizations – The SPLC is moving heaven and earth to demonize the Council of Conservative Citizens for our accurate reporting on black-on-White crime. They are also coming after the League of the South. Join and support organizations which are willing to stand up for our values and beliefs.
8.) Spread Our Ideas – I’m writing with a renewed sense of vigor and purpose. If you are feeling the same way, you can help us by spreading our ideas online. The easiest way to do this is to share links on Twitter and Facebook and other websites to expose more people to our point of view. Now, this alone is hardly sufficient, but it is necessary to advance our cause.
9.) Stop Subsidizing Hostile Media – I don’t really watch CNN and MSNBC anyway. I’m sick and tired of watching so-called “news organizations” demonize innocent men like George Zimmerman and Darren Wilson, foment mobs that burn down entire cities like Ferguson and Baltimore, and mislead the public with extremely biased propaganda. Why am I paying a cable bill that subsidizes the likes of Don Lemon or Rachel Maddow when I get most of my news over the internet anyway?
10.) Stop Sharing News From Clickbait Websites – I have in mind websites like Daily Mail, The Daily Caller, and Breitbart which report on black-on-White crime, but condemn the CofCC for doing the same thing. All these websites are doing is stealing our content to generate revenue from ads.
11.) Boycott NASCAR – If you are a NASCAR fan, tune out.
12.) Police Our Communities – In our own communities, we should clamp down on trolling and violent rhetoric in the comments, and do everything we can to stop something like this from happening again and causing further damage. That doesn’t mean compromising our beliefs and values. It does mean that we need to act more responsibly in areas that are under our direct control to build a firewall.