In Syria, ISIS Begins Destruction of Palmyra

ISIS is blowing up ancient landmarks in Syria
ISIS is blowing up ancient landmarks in Syria

ISIS is blowing up ancient landmarks in Syria.

Isn’t this interesting? The US federal government believes that Southerners should serve in its military and fight these fanatics to spread Americanism in Iraq and Syria. Meanwhile, our own domestic version of ISIS is doing the exact same thing on the homefront here in our own cities and towns.

In Montgomery, the iconoclasts are led by the Republican governor who ordered the Confederate flag to be hauled down, Robert Bentley. In South Carolina, they are led the Republican governor Nikki Haley, whose call to bring down the Confederate flag has ignited a broader campaign of cultural genocide. In Maryland and North Carolina, the Republican governors have given the green light to the SJWs to start a full scale attack on all Confederate monuments in the public space.

Note: Don’t forget that Islam is a “religion of peace,” but Southerners are evil and violent, and we must pay a collective price for the actions of one lone fanatic.

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  1. I would bet dollars to dimes that the same ones that are behind ISIS in the middle east are the same ones that have America in a choke hold and are destroying it’s history too.

    It was once said, ‘Those that have no past, have no future” It would make no sense for any Arab/Islamic to destroy their history or their past, for that proves their right to the land. When you look at who has the most to gain by any actions, then you will find out who is behind it all.

  2. I wonder how long it will be before our Talibans of tolerance propose to blow the Confederate carvings off Stone Mountain in Georgia.

  3. I no longer want to C of CC using my dues money to finance ANY Republican or conservative candidate! What is todays conservationism but yesterdays liberalism? Instead used it to build up the infrastructure.

  4. I notice through maps and statistics that the old Union states send the fewest recruits to the service, of any region. I Also noticed that most of these sixteen states sent more men to invade Dixie, than to any other war before 1917.

  5. “I bet he has learned his lesson.”

    Hunter, I seriously doubt it. The CofCC has always been an extension of the Republican Party ever since it was born back in the 1980s. Simply look at the list of Republican politicians it has hosted over the years, including scum like Bob Barr, Trent Lott and Mike Huckabee — all who have gone on to later denounce the organization for its “racism” and “nationalist” views. The only names I can think of who were the least bit tolerable were Jessie Helms and Strom Thurmond, both of whom were card carrying members if I’m not mistaken.

    A former member recently informed me that CofCC leadership was contemplating the removal of its anti-miscegenation position to better fit in with the contemporary culture, just like Bob Jones University did back in 2000. If true, it would represent yet another compromise on the road to perdition. This thing with the flag will blow over and it will be business as usual. More compromises and more capitulations. After all, when hasn’t it been so with these people? The result: TOTAL FAILURE.

      • My position is exactly the same as it was a month ago:

        1.) I don’t support violence in our name.

        2.) I don’t support the Republican Party.

        3.) I’m proud to be White, proud to be Southern, and proud to be Christian. I support Southern independence. If anyone has a problem with that, well, they can go fuck themselves.

  6. Hunter, you have not confirmed nor denied the veracity of the accusation regarding the CofCC’s position on race mixing. Is it true or false? A simply question requires a simple answer, not a run-around, non-statement.

    Yes, I’m fully aware of your relationship with the CofCC and its members. I am also aware that the CofCC is not a racialist organization given its non-white membership and has been, in fact, an extension of the Republican Party since its inception.

    This is public knowledge.

    Given the recent attacks on the Confederate flag by the Republican establishment, don’t you think its about time for the CofCC to seriously reflect on its connections with the Party of Lincoln? Discerning minds would like to know.

    • I just stepped off a plane in Dallas, TX.

      1.) I haven’t heard anything about dropping our position on miscegenation to roll with the times. This is hearsay. I’m opposed to it. I have power to vote against it. No one has proposed it.

      2.) This CofCC is a pro-White organization that tells the truth about racial differences. If that were not the case, how would someone like me be in a position of power in the group? Of course it is a racialist organization.

      3.) I don’t know of any black members in the CofCC. I’ve never seen any black members. If black people want to support what we believe, good for them. I don’t hate black people.

      4.) The CofCC used to work with lots of Republicans in the South. That’s because the older generation in places like Alabama and Mississippi opposed the Civil Rights Movement! The Council still had a lot of prestige in some states because most of the White people opposed MLK.

      5.) Over time, the older generations died off and the sons and grandsons of men who opposed the Civil Rights Movement threw the Council under the bus to curry favor with the media.

      6.) Did I just not write this huge article?

  7. Brad, what will be the reaction to this?

    Will there be national outrage and condemnation?

    Will corporate CEO’s, politicians, ministers and pundits pounce on the Black Panthers and similar negro organizations with equal ferocity as the flag issue?

    Will the so-called black leaders denounce them?




    At best there will be very few tepid voices if any.


    CHARLESTON, South Carolina — In an angry call to arms just a block away from the site of the Charleston massacre, former New Black Panther Party chairman Malik Zulu Shabazz told a group of about 200 African American Charlestonians that they need to “finish the mission” of killing “slave masters” and their families. (snip)

  8. Thanks for the reply, Hunter. I ask questions only to clarify the matter. Yes, the CofCC has had non-white members in the past, including blacks. I specifically recall one of their black members being prominently plastered on their web site some years ago. [No doubt a decent lady, but certainly not one of us.] Indeed, it was a disgusting attempt to pander to the Establishment’s prevailing norms. Nevertheless, that was before you came onto the scene so perhaps things have changed. You asked, “Did I just not write this huge article?” My reply: Did the CofCC’s President not donate tens of thousands of dollars to the Party of Lincoln? I’ll leave it at that.

  9. That’s understandable given the many thousands of members, most of whom are ‘passive’ rather than ‘active’ members. You’ve clarified the matter to my satisfaction. Thanks again.

  10. I don’t know how everyone who is a member of our group spends their own money.

    Not just any member, though.

  11. It is sad what ISIS is doing to erase history in the middle east. It is sad what elites in the US are doing to erase history in the US.

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