Pro-Confederate Rallies Resume In Dixie

James Edwards with two members of the League of the South.

By Hunter Wallace

Editor’s Note: After compiling that enormous list of pro-Confederate activism last weekend, I haven’t been able to keep track of everything that has taken place this week. I have a lot of catching up to do and have barely scratched the surface here. Those who are taking a stand in defense of our heritage should be honored for doing so.

Memphis, TN

James Edwards of The Political Cesspool and League of the South members joined a crowd of over 500 people in Memphis, TN who rallied against plans to violate the grave of General Nathan Bedford Forrest.

Stafford, VA

60 to 70 people showed up to support the Confederate Battle Flag at the second League of the South rally in Stafford, VA.

Ocala, FL

Almost 5,000 people turned out for the “Florida Southern Pride Ride” in Ocala, FL in the largest pro-Confederate Battle Flag demonstration to date.

Update: Six shots were fired from a black neighborhood at the pro-Confederate Battle Flag supporters in Ocala.

Calhoun, GA

More than 500 vehicles flying the Confederate Battle Flag showed up at the Wal-Mart in Calhoun, GA.

Richland Hills, TX

More than 100 people gathered to defend the Richland High School Rebel mascot in Richland Hill, TX.

Burlington, NC

Around 100 people came out to support the Confederate Battle Flag at a Dixie Outfitters outlet in Burlington, NC.

Gainesville, FL

I’ve already covered the League of the South counter-demonstration in Gainesville, FL.

Amarillo, TX

Over 250 people rallied for the Confederate Battle Flag in Amarillo, TX.

Erwin, NC

About two dozen people paraded through Harnett County, NC in support of the Confederate Battle Flag.

Oklahoma City, OK

Dozens of people paraded around with the Confederate Battle Flag at the Oklahoma State Capitol.

Loxahatchee, FL

Hundreds of people rallied in support of the Confederate Battle Flag in Loxahatchee, FL.

Lake City, SC

Lots of people rallied in support of the Confederate Battle Flag in Lake City, SC.

Tyler, TX

Dozens of people rallied in support of the Confederate Battle Flag in Tyler, TX.

Giles County, VA

50 people paraded again through Giles County, VA in support of the Confederate Battle Flag.

Knoxville, TN

Supporters of the Confederate Battle Flag rallied in Knoxville.

Greene County, VA

Dozens of people paraded through Greene County, VA with the Confederate Battle Flag.

Statesville, NC

Roughly 75 people rallied in support of the Confederate Battle Flag in Statesville, NC.

San Antonio, TX

Supporters of the Confederate Battle Flag marched through downtown San Antonio.

Crossville, TN

Dozens of people rallied in support of the Confederate Battle Flag in Crossville, TN.

WMC Action News 5 – Memphis, Tennessee

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7 Comments

  1. Your link for the San Antonio group goes to the Knoxville one instead. I don’t know yet if this is the only link, but here is KENS Channel 5’s story. KSAT doesn’t have one that I can see.

    http://www.kens5.com/story/news/local/2015/07/12/pro-confederate-battle-flag-demonstrators-meet-with-guns-in-hand/30039715/

    It would surely improve turnout if there were some kind of networking or whatever. Not everybody does Facebook (I only go there if there’s a dog involved nowadays. It takes too much time. Further, many of the links from yesterday had the equivalent of a “page can’t be displayed” when I tried to click on them.)
    I didn’t know about this beforehand.

  2. Nessa, I’d rather see it in Columbia, SC. If they can draw 5000 in Ocala, FL I would think the whole state of SC could out do that.

    The smoke from burning effigies (at least!) of the Indian governor and fag senator would float up my nostrils like that from a fine cigar.

    Then on to DC.

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