Imagine being under the yoke of this thing. pic.twitter.com/EnxYulrK16— Protocols Pete (@ProtocolsPete) November 23, 2019
"Every white man needs to be slaughtered. White men are going to be extermined."— Luke Rosiak (@lukerosiak) November 24, 2019
I'm sure @postlocal will do a story about this, since it occurred on DC metro and WaPo has repeatedly written about how random waitresses across the country claimed they got racist notes on receipts https://t.co/aoHEvt2R5H
Should I feel guilty about British colonialism?
My people left Britain to come to the American South in the 17th, 18th and 19th centuries. We conquered the Indians and replaced them from Virginia to Texas. We settled this land and imported blacks from Africa who were brought here only to be our slaves. The very land that I am standing on at the moment used to be a part of the Creek Nation.
The planter class who shoved the Creeks aside built mansions on their plantations which reflected their admiration of Greece and Rome which were slave states. They were classical republicans who believed “liberty” was valuable because some people enjoyed it and others didn’t. They saw themselves as patriarchs creating a White Man’s Country. They seceded from the United States and fought the bloodiest war in our history to preserve the Southern way of life.
Southern culture was based on honor, not guilt or equal rights:
“Mr. Sumner, I have read your speech twice over carefully. It is a libel on South Carolina, and Mr. Butler, who is a relative of mine.”
NO, we shouldn’t sit here and wallow in an alien culture of White guilt or stand idly by while we are replaced in our own homeland for the sake of abstractions an ocean of blood was spilled by our ancestors to resist. We instinctively resist this garbage and feel the overwhelming need to strike back against it because it cuts against the grain of our traditions.
I sometimes feel like Preston Brooks with this blog swinging a cane against the nearest conservative liberal. These people aren’t “conservatives” in the sense that our ancestors were conservatives. They would have resisted to the bitter end out of a sense of pride and duty. Of course, they were not a bunch of deracinated liberals in the cities and suburbs either.