I will keep this short and simple:
1.) These spontaneous Confederate Battle Flag rallies are a symptom of the outrage that is brimming underneath the surface of the South.
2.) We need to harness this outrage into action and focus it at elected officials in our state capitols.
3.) As we have already done in Harrison, AR, we need to quickly organize Confederate Battle Flag rallies in other Southern states, set up Facebook event pages, and channel all this energy before it dissipates.
4.) We need a simple message: the Confederate Battle Flag is a soldier’s flag, it symbolizes the 1/4 of Southern White men who died defending their homes, it is a part of our heritage, and we are not going to stand idly by why Republican politicians conspire to bring shame and dishonor upon our forefathers.
5.) The flag represents nothing but the Confederate soldiers who died for the South. We should invite everyone to come join us in our state capitols to “Take Our Stand For Dixie.” Standing together united, we shall demand to be heard!
We knew this day was coming. We have seasoned, experienced activists who are poised to take the lead on this issue.
Note: I’ve got some flags I want to see flying in Missouri: