Zennie Abraham, a negro blogger who writes for the San Francisco Chronicle, is confusing White Nationalists with the ‘Banals’, ‘Implicit Whites’, or ‘MARs’ who are supporting the rightwing conservative Tea Party movement:
For the record, a ‘White Nationalist’ is someone who believes (at a minimum) in the creation of a White ethnostate in North America. You can learn that much on Wikipedia. The vast majority of the MARs backing the Tea Party movement have never heard of White Nationalism and only have a vague, unarticulated sense of their own whiteness. Generally speaking, they don’t believe in the racial inferiority of non-Whites.
A bona fide White Nationalist is explictly White and unapologetic in his/her embrace of racialism. How such an ignorant mediocrity as Zennie Abraham came to be employed by SFGate.com is an open question and points to the decline of American journalism in its inane pursuit of ‘diversity’ in all areas. A 10th grader working on a homework assignment could have learned more about ‘White Nationalism’ with a few Google searches than from this pathetic excuse for an article.
But anyway, let it be said, I do happen to admire the Confederate flag, although that doesn’t make me a ‘conservative’ by a long shot. The Stars and Bars symbolizes a number of things to me: belonging to a “White man’s country,” Anglo-Celtic ethnicity and culture, states’ rights, agrarian values, honor and aristocracy … everything that was good about the America of my White ancestors, and lacking in the contemporary USA. Secession was a great idea in the 1860’s. It remains so even in our own times.
My only honest regret is that the Confederacy lost the Civil War. If I had lived in those times, I would have been a Secesh too. Like William Lowndes Yancey, I would have been “a disunionist, 27 feet high, weighing three thousand pounds and eating a little boiled nigger every morning for breakfast, and a roasted Union man for dinner.” Well, not literally, but even a field negro as dumb as Zennie Abraham can grasp the point.
In the aftermath of the Civil War, the long forgotten Robert Barnwell Rhett called for “a Union of the White race of the South.” This great ideal was never realized. I like to call it ‘White Nationalism’.
Update: I’m going to play Dixie for no other reason than to piss this nigger off.