By Hunter Wallace
“Supporters of the Confederate flag have turned out to protest President Barack Obama’s visit to Nashville.
The flag, particularly the iconic Confederate battle flag, has come under fire as a symbol of hate and racism after the apparently racially motivated shooting deaths of nine people at an African-American church in South Carolina last month. …”
I don’t know these men, but God bless them. We need more of our people out there in the streets flagging Obama and all of these craven Republican politicians. We need men like this young man in South Carolina whose Southern blood runs so strong that he is willing to be beaten in defense of our heritage.
Just yesterday, Dr. Michael Hill told the Christian Science Monitor:
“Given the recent, widespread condemnation of the flag even from traditional allies on the political right, “it looked like only one side was playing, like a football game where only one team had come out of the dressing room,” says Hill of the League of the South.
But he vows that the pro-Confederate side will come out, too.
“The real fact of the matter is, the Southern people, this sleeping giant, they’re going to take some time to mobilize, but make no mistake: They’re mobilizing right now,” Hill says. …”
We’re coming. We’re organizing. We’re mobilizing. We’re not going to stand for this. Don’t think we aren’t going to put up a fight over this.