Category: Attacks on Southern heritage

Greenville City Council has voted to remove the Mississippi state flag from all city properties and buildings

Council members voted 4-2 Tuesday in favor of removing the flag because of it’s racist connotations, due to the inclusion of the battle flag in the upper left quadrant. Under Mississippi law, flying the state flag is not a requirement. This issue was brought to the council, by “Reverend” Roosevelt Johnson, who said it wasn’t …

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Battle is looming for the Sons of the Confederate Veterans

The Sons of Confederate Veterans sent out an action alert to members Tuesday night regarding Georgia House Bill 760, which would require the Georgia state agency that oversees Stone Mountain to maintain an appropriate, inclusive and historically accurate memorial to the Civil War. Unfortunately, it also appears to remove any restrictions on government agencies from …

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Old Dixie Highway renamed President Barack Obama Highway

A crowd cheered as a crew removed the Old Dixie Highway street sign in Riviera Beach and raised the new one bearing the president’s name: President Barack Obama Highway. “We are stepping up to a new day, a new era, and replacing Old Dixie with Barack Obama, who represents change,” said Riviera Beach Mayor Thomas …

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New Orleans to hide its Confederate past

New Orleans city council voted 6-1 to allow the city to remove four confederate monuments along it’s streets, including a towering statue of Confederate Gen. Robert E. Lee that has stood in the center of a traffic circle for over 130 years. City Council President Jason Williams, who claims to be African-American, even though he …

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Stone Mountain Georgia Rally

Stone Mountain

Battle Flag to Fly at Texas Veterans Day Parade

Wednesday, November 11th, despite attempts by Travis County Judge Sarah Eckhardt to ban the Southern Heritage flag from the Veterans Day Parade around the Capitol in Austin, it will fly proudly. Austin Mayor Steve ‘Addled” Adler agreed with the idiotic Eckhardt, calling the flag a “political symbol of hatred and racism.” Apparently they cater to …

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UNC Campus Confederate Clash

Chapel Hill was the site of a clash between two groups on Sunday over a statue that remembers Confederate dead on the UNC Campus. Protesters who want the statue, known as Silent Sam, removed had a gathering scheduled between 1 and 4pm, and a group of Confederate Heritage supporters had a rally planned for 2pm. …

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Maryland gets okay to recall Confederate flag license plates

A judge ok’d the recall of the Maryland Confederate flag special license plates, joining Virginia who faces universal defiance from owners of the plates to return them. Maryland Attorney General Brian Frost said, “I look forward to the day when these plates are no longer on the road. This flag is a painful symbol that …

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Mississippi Marching to Remove Flag

Protesters took to the streets of Mississippi calling for the removal of the Confederate emblem from the state’s flag, saying it is a reminder of the state’s history of slavery and segregation. Black civil rights loudmouth Myrlie Evers-Williams and Mississippi-born (c)rapper David Banner couldn’t wait to spew their vile hateful words against the state flag …

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Jack C. Hays High School “Dixie no more”

Jack C. Hays High School in Buda Texas, well known for its “Dixie” fight song and the “Rebel” mascot yielded to pressure that it was racially divisive, and will no longer use the fight song. They may also consider rebranding the name “Rebels” and the mascot. Enough is enough. They won’t be happy until every …

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