Is This Hate Speech Or History?
- In this exclusive clip from the 1930s, Confederate veterans step up to the mic and let out their version of the fearsome rallying cry. – Is this hate or history? Should YouTube ban all videos like this?
Ban the Southern Cross? Will Civil War reenactments have only one army?
- Here is a reenactment : The Army Of Northern Virginia forms up and marches to the 2008 145th Reenactment of Longstreet’s Attack during the second day of the Civil War conflict in Gettysburg Pa.
Ban and Burn “Gone With The Wind”
- Should we seek out the families who still get money from this epic money maker and stop all their royalties?
This is getting ridiculous! Are you going to burn history books too?
The banning of the flag from the statehouse does nothing to make the state less racist (in fact, the entire media seem eager to ignore the fact that 100 feet from the Confederate war memorial that carried the Confederate flag, there is a massive and beautiful black history monument on the statehouse grounds). Neither does removing products from Amazon or removing monuments to historic American – yes, American – figures.
But that’s not the point. The point is to pretend that mass racist murderers and those who honor the Confederate flag are identical groups, and that by defending one, you defend the other.
Never mind that the Confederates were all Democrats; never mind that Democrats like Governor Ernest Hollings insisted on the placement of the Confederate battle flag above the South Carolina state house to begin as a symbol of resistance to federally-mandated desegregation; never mind that Jimmy Carter campaigned using the Confederate flag, Bill Clinton changed the Arkansas state flag to add a star in honor of the Confederacy, and Jimmy Carter III defended the Confederate flag last year in Georgia. Despite all of that, the Confederate flag debate became a partisan one, with the media asking every Republican candidate for president for thoughts on the removal of the flag. And monuments. And products.
Why? The media have recognized that Republicans would be the only possible defenders of the Confederate flag, not because Republicans have any love for the Confederate flag, but because many Republicans still care about history, …… (continue this post here)
You don’t “ban” history, you learn from. Get a grip and knock off the politically driven leftist agenda. Think for yourselves.
Now, enjoy this amazing song as performed by Elvis Presley: