If some racist fool wants to wave a Confederate flag in front of his house or on his truck, that’s his prerogative.
But states, cities and towns should not have a right to erect Confederate propaganda on public streets, parks and schools.
…Hopefully the day will come when Congress passes federal legislation banning Confederate memorials in public places.
Naturally, of course, Abramson gets around to comparing our ancestors to the Nazis of WWII who gassed six gazillion people and turned them all into soap and lampshades. No anti-White attack article would be complete without such a comparison.
There aren’t public memorials to the Third Reich in Germany. I’m sure there are plenty of Nazi descendants who are proud of their ancestors. Not all German soldiers were evil people, just like not all Confederates were evil. But the Confederacy wanted to keep humans in shackles, waging a war for that right.
Fortunately, the Confederacy failed. The United States won. Let’s stop pretending this rebel government deserves public praise.
Do you feel the hatred coming off the words Abramson typed? This is what we are up against. If the Southern people are to survive as a unique ethno-cultural nation we must eventually deprive those such as Abramson of all influence and power in our society and effectively counter decades of vicious anti-White propaganda.
How would the Israelis react to a non-Jewish journalist in Tel Aviv writing calls for Israel to be burned to the ground and its monuments, flags and symbols destroyed? We can imagine they would not tolerate such a thing – and who could blame them. Perhaps we should begin taking a similar approach here.