Keith Harris has responded:
For my readers, I would like to direct you to the comment section of of the OD post. Wow!! This is quite a display of anger. These guys sort of leave the “Heritage not Hate” groups behind – a loooong way behind. For the record, I have spoken with a lot of people in the Sons of Confederate Veterans, United Daughters of the Confederacy, Confederate reenactors, and other heritage groups who are appalled by this sort of racist agenda coupled with twenty-first century support for the Confederate cause. I wind up disagreeing with the SCV members on just about everything else, but most (not all…but most) agree that carrying forward virulent racist hatred is a bad idea.
As we both know, the Confederate cause had absolutely nothing whatsoever to do with modern anti-racism or political correctness, which are the silly infatuations of degenerate Baby Boomers who have more or less destroyed America. Radicals like William Lloyd Garrison, Frederick Douglass, and John Brown believed in social equality. The ideal of social equality was so wildly unpopular in America at the time that Abraham Lincoln and William Seward were constantly defending themselves from the accusation.
We do not believe in racial equality, social equality, political equality, civil equality … or any other form of equality, aside from the equality of natural rights enjoyed by White males under the Confederate government, or under the American government that was created by the Founders, and which was extinguished by the Black Republicans in 1867.
We believe that Dixie is and ought to remain a White Man’s Country. We do not identify with the Yankee culture. Understanding that culture, I consider it my personal mission to define that culture and relentlessly attack that culture, especially in regard to its deification of “African-Americans.”
There was no such thing as an “African-American” in the Confederacy. The term “African-American” didn’t exist until the 1970s or 1980s when (to the best of our knowledge) it was coined by civil rights martyr Jesse Jackson. The term “racism” doesn’t appear in America until the 1930s. The 14th Amendment was rejected by the White majority in every Confederate state.
The 14th Amendment was rejected by the White majority in every Confederate state because White Southerners did not believe in that type of “equality.” There was a massive wave of violent resistance to that type of “equality.” It was a Radical Republican idea that was forced on the South at gunpoint by our bitterest enemies like Thaddeus Stevens and Charles Sumner.
Note: We also think it is a good idea to dismantle the United States. It is unfortunate that we are part of the United States under Barack Hussein Obama.
White Southerners deserve at least one website where they can get served authentic Southern history and culture, not a warmed over buffet of twentieth century Yankee innovations, the familiar product of “frenzied brains” which was the Antebellum term for mental illness.