Wednesday, May 7, 2014

Prayers --

I was contacted by a F/B friend and informed that one of the Floggetts, is having chemo therapy.
I don't care for this individuals outlook on Southern Heritage.

However I wish to offer my prayers, and best wishes for a total recovery.

I hope that flaggers and floggers will join together and pray for a speedy recovery.

Dave Tatum.

Sunday, May 4, 2014

A Simple Challenge

By Carl W. Roden (esq) ~ The man the Deniers fear the most.

I address this one to those who oppose the continued display of our Southern Cross banner, and condemn those of us who make the "horrible sin" of honoring it and the good memories of our honored Southern dead.

I would like to issue a personal challenge to one of you, one I welcome you to respond to on this forum...with your permission David.

My challenge is simple: I will concede the entire issue of the display of the Southern Cross banner - and effectively quit Southern heritage defense on facebook and other media online - if any member of the politically correct Establishment, Floggersphere, or any one of their useful idiots, can answer the following questions both logically and in such a way that the overall answer cannot be disputed rationally.
(1) How would the removal of the Southern Cross banner accomplish in any way, shape, or form - beyond a meaningless "symbolic gesture" - the advancement of Black Americans socially, academically, and morally?

(2) How would that flag's removal and social condemnation reasonably constitute any significant victory over any lingering social injustice in America, or effectively strike a serious blow against bigotry?

(3) How does labeling the majority of people in America who honor that flag free of racial intent along with the handful who denigrate it as a racially charged symbol not in any way constitute an act of hate and bigotry itself on the part of the flag's opponents, or taint their own "good intentions"?

(4) What is to gain from the continued status quo thinking of those same people in regards to labeling that flag a symbol of evil?

(5) Why would it not be better in the long run to advance realistic efforts to teach people - particularly young people - not to hate or fear the display of Southern Cross banner, or the people who honor it correctly, as a more effective way of taking away the power that flag - in the wrong hands - to offend another human being?
Well, there y'all go. If you can offer a reasonable, common sense response with flawless logic (I will settle for circular logic since it might be the best y'all can manage) to each of those questions. One that:
(A) Offers NO contradictions. 
(B) That expressly explains how efforts to end a racial identity view of that flag are pointless. 
(C) Reasonably makes the point that the "right answer" is to do away with that flag forever from public display and concede it to its historical negatives.
So, I leave it to you, the intellectuals, the so-called "Progressives" and "forward-thinkers" here's your chance to educate, to offer enlightenment to the filthy masses (or at the very least get rid of me, a simple country writer from South Carolina)....thrill me with your arguments.
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   I make one restriction - No cussin !

Friday, May 2, 2014

Well EXCUUUUUUUUSE ME !

 

It seems my buddy Carl slipped a zinger by me.

In a recent post about 
Kristen Schroeder Konaté
He  misspelled her name.

"Bad enough that Kuntate looks like the lead character in a second-grade porn movie, but its disgusting she can make a statement like that and know that none of her elitist Establishment pals will reprimand her for it."

OK I missed it, straight up my bad ! To top it off  *Corey has been bashing me on the issue.
What's a guy to do ?

If I delete the comment I get accused of covering up for Carl.
If I leave the comment I'm an accomplice.

The best I can do is promise to try to do a better job at proof reading the comments.
But as Brooks Simpson has noted, proof reading ain't my thing !

* You know Corey Meyer, the guy who left the internet over a lump of coal and a battle flag.
Corey left the internet to protect his Student's and Family, ( I suppose) after the incident.
This is the same guy who posted my name, address, picture of my home complete with a pin point Google map to show it's exact location. He says it was an accident. OK accident's do happen.

NEXT ?


 

Thursday, May 1, 2014

Where is the line ?

There is a lot of bantering between Blog sites.
So I'm gonna open a can of worms.
 
At what point does it become "Cyber Bullying" ?
Not wising to step on the First Amendment, but at some point lines do get crossed!

The floor is open !
( as long as no one makes any personal attacks )

UPDATE ! 

 Anyone want to borrow this ?