Alabama Flaggers Co-Director Freda Mincey: Blacks are "like a disease"

Freda Mincey, Co-Director of the Alabama Flaggers at Right. (Image courtesy of Facebook)

The Alabama Flaggers recently posted a new podcast, in which Co-Director Freda Mincey said that Blacks were "like a disease".

Listen to the podcast here.

(Note: the podcast opened with a version of the Band's "The Night They Drove Old Dixie Down")

Freda Mincey:

"The reason that song was played tonight? Because they did drive Old Dixie down. But not this time. The Blacks, the crooked politicians, the paid-off politicians, are like a Black mass that's covering the South and taking all of our heritage as they come on their way. They're like a disease, and the only way to get rid of a disease, which if there is one, you know that a medical center will find an antidote for it. And I believe that we are the antidote to get rid of this disease. We're going to have to stand up and fight 'em, and fight every way we can, and keep going back, and keep going back, until they're sick and tired of seeing us, they're sick and tired of hearing us. And these graves that they're destroying, which is pathetic, [unintelligible] and they're going to burn in hell for it."

The Band - The Night They Drove Old Dixie Down

Restoring the honor! 


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