The contrast is stark – and startling. The Virginia Sons of Confederate Veterans (SCV), in whose veins run the blood of the finest fighting men the English-speaking world has ever produced, cucked out and echoed the “anti-racist” denunciations by the far-Left groups like the SPLC and NAACP of the recent Alt-Right torchlight rally in defense of Charlottesville, VA’s Robert E. Lee statue. Led by a mayor who hails from a New York Jewish family and Black vice mayor who routinely tweets about his hatred of White people, the city is attempting to take down historic statues of Confederate generals Lee and Jackson, re-name parks which were dedicated in their honor and erect memorials to Leftist icons.
On the other hand, a Northern-born Republican candidate for governor of Virginia who has become a vocal advocate of defending Confederate symbols and pushes for a crack down on Third World immigration refused to denounce the Charlottesville rally. Instead, he used the opportunity to condemn the anti-White leaders in Charlottesville attempting to destroy Southern heritage. The Roanoke Times reports:
Anti-establishment Republican Corey Stewart denounced lots of people, places and things Monday night, but maintained his silence over the recent white nationalist rally in Charlottesville that every other candidate in Virginia’s governor’s race has condemned.
In a Facebook live event billed as Stewart’s first comment on Saturday’s torch-lit rally around a statue of Confederate Gen. Robert E. Lee, Stewart did not directly mention Richard Spencer or other alt-right figures involved in the white-pride event. He did, however, condemn Charlottesville City Council member Wes Bellamy, an African-American who voted for the statue’s pending removal.
…Stewart, chairman of the Prince Willam Board of County Supervisors, has made preserving the Lee statue, and Confederate history in general, a key part of his campaign platform. He has vowed to force Charlottesville to keep the statue in place as governor and has displayed Confederate flags in some campaign appearances.
…“It is time to stop apologizing. It is time to stop running away,” Stewart said.
Undoubtedly, Stewart has more courage and is more pro-South than the Virginia SCV leadership which is more concerned with appeasing Black and Jewish Leftist groups than actually defending the Southern people and our heritage.
I suggest that our readers who are members of the SCV consider ending their membership in this cucky organization and instead get active with Southern Nationalists and our pro-White, pro-South allies such as Corey Stewart.