Armed Georgia State Chairman William Flowers of the White Nationalist hate group the League of the South speaks to a crowd of Confederate Heritage supporters at Stone Mountain, Georgia to a backdrop of several other heavily armed men

Facebook event for a Confederate Flag and Heritage rally at Stone Mountain, Georgia. (Image courtesy of Facebook)


We have been telling you for quite some time now about how White Nationalist groups are successfully co-mingling with the Confederate Heritage crowd all across the South, who are putting up no fight to their efforts or message, White Supremacy.



William Flowers claims average Southerners are standing in solidarity with the League of the South's White Supremacist message. (Image courtesy of Arise Our Nation)




This weekend, another Confederate Flag rally was held in Stone Mountain, Georgia. Stone Mountain has always been linked to the Ku Klux Klan, and Confederate Heritage activists conveniently overlook it's history, yet continue to claim it's about "Heritage Not Hate". Hogwash!



Armed White Nationalist leader William Flowers speaks to a receptive Confederate Heritage crowd at Stone Mountain, Georgia. Flowers was introduced by Charles Stoker (In the black shirt holding paperwork). Several other heavily armed gunmen kept watch over the event. (Image courtesy of Facebook)



Among the participants at the rally at Stone Mountain was William Flowers, the Chairman of the Georgia Chapter of the designated hate group, the League of the South. Flowers has been giving many speeches at Confederate Heritage events lately, and the Confederate Heritage crowd supports the League of the South's overarching message, White Supremacy.



The hate group the League of the South gloats over their participation in a Sons of Confederate Veterans event. (Image courtesy of the League of the South)




The League of the South is pretty happy about all of the support they have been garnering from average Southerners including the Sons of Confederate Veterans, who despite having an Anti-Hate group policy continues to support the League of the South's White Supremacist message, the creation of an all-White ethnostate




Armed gunmen at Confederate Heritage event in Stone Mountain, Georgia. (Image courtesy of Twitter)



The event in Stone Mountain was especially disconcerting as Flowers appeared at the event armed with a pistol on his hip speaking in front of several heavily armed men in military style fatigues, especially so, in light of the fact that members of the League of the South have been implying that they may resort to violence at upcoming rallies. According to Facebook posts, the heavily armed men belonged to a group known as the Georgia Security Force III%.



(Image courtesy of Facebook)




The group posted a Facebook event titled the "Meeting on the Mountain".




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It would appear as though the South is itching for a repeat of the first ass kicking they received from the United States Federal Government after they stole US Government property (Fort Sumter), and ignited a Civil War, which to this day, they continue to be extremely butthurt over their embarrassing loss. 



Charles Stoker of Cloudland, Georgia introduces White Nationalist hate group member William Flowers at a Confederate Heritage event in Stone Mountain, Georgia. (Image courtesy of Youtube)



Flowers was introduced by Charles Stoker of Cloudland, Georgia. Stoker is very active in mainstream Conservative politics and has close ties to White Nationalist Marshall Rawson, also of the hate group the League of the South.



(Image courtesy of Facebook)



Stoker is an unabashed supporter of the hate group, but also remains closely involved with mainstream Tea Party politics.



Charles Stoker and Jesse Sargent support Andrew Hunt for Governor campaign. (Image courtesy of Facebook)


Stoker is associated with a group called Empower the Youth/Leadership Now which according to its Facebook page, is a Political Action Committee.



Facebook page for Empower The Youth claims the group is a Political Action Committee. (Image courtesy of Facebook)









A check of the Sunlight Foundation's Influence Explorer yields no results for "Empower the Youth". So is the group really a PAC, is it raising money, and if so, where is the money going?



Charles Stoker is listed as the host of an event at Stone Mountain, Georgia and in which he claims that John C. Hall of Dublin, Georgia represents the Sons of Confederate Veterans as a speaker at his rally. (Image courtesy of Facebook)


Stoker is listed as the host of two separate events on Facebook, both related to the Stone Mountain rally. The first was titled the "Stone Mountain Christian Heritage Preservation Ride" and it is noted that it was led by the "Christian Motorcycle Brigade 50,000 Southern Patriots family & friends." Listed among rally speakers were White Nationalist William Flowers, apparent Georgia Senatorial candidate, Derrick E. Grayson, and reportedly by Stoker, dual League of the South and Sons of Confederate Veterans member John C. Hall of Dublin, Georgia (although Hall has denied being a member of the hate group in the past).


Reported Stone Mountain, Georgia rally speaker and Georgia Senatorial candidate Derrick E. Grayson. (Image courtesy of Facebook)



Stone Mountain, Georgia rally speaker John C. Hall of Dublin, Georgia. (Image courtesy of Facebook)



Stone Mountain, Georgia rally speakers John C. Hall (L) and White Nationalist William
Flowers (R). (Image courtesy of the League of the South)




Charles Stoker claims John C. Hall of Dublin, Georgia is a member of the White Nationalist hate group the League of the South and spoke at his rally. (Image courtesy of Facebook)



Stoker was also listed as co-host of a separate Facebook event with White Nationalist hate group member William Flowers.



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Guess who else was at Stone Mountain? Betcha can't guess! 



Billy Bearden of the Virginia Flaggers and Haralson Invincibles Sons of Confederate Veterans in Stone Mountain, Georgia. (Image courtesy of Facebook)



Wow. We totally never saw that coming!



UPDATED!!! UPDATED!!! UPDATED!!! UPDATED!!! UPDATED!!! UPDATED!!!


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From the Atlanta Journal Constitution:


"“We’re here to support our heritage,” he said. “We’re not racist. We’re doing a peaceful thing.”
Across the parking lot, Allan Croft, a bearded Dalton resident, debated Southern history with a group of young black men.
“Yeah, we didn’t want our daughters to marry you and we didn’t want our children to go to school with you,” he said. “But you’ve got to realize something, your parents didn’t want it, either.”
Croft blamed integration and the civil rights movement on “Communist Jews” and said accused Charleston shooter Dylann Roof “should have went to the synagogue, because that’s the enemy of all of us.”
Saturday’s rally put Stone Mountain and Atlanta in an unwelcome spotlight amid continued strained race relations around the nation.
Mark Potok of the Southern Poverty Law Center said his group had been monitoring the build-up to Saturday’s rally, noting especially the influence of the League of the South and various militia groups."


Well, that's heartwarming!



Restoring the honor!







Comments

  1. "Stone Mountain has always been linked to the Ku Klux Klan, and Confederate Heritage activists conveniently overlook it's history..."

    I grew up in Georgia and visited Stone Mountain several times, the first when I was third or four grade. There was no "link" to the KKK then, or when I visited there in college, or any other time I visited. The KKK's association with the mountain was generations ago, liar.

    "...heavily armed gunmen..." Dang shame the attacks on heritage folks, the rocks thrown through windows of their homes, the bricks thrown at their vehicles make self-defense necessary... But you try to demonize the self-defense and not the reasons that make it necessary.

    "...Sons of Confederate Veterans, who despite having an Anti-Hate group policy continues to support the League of the South's White Supremacist message, the creation of an all-White ethnostate."

    Are you sure that's what they support? Have they said that's what they support? Or is it perhaps other League stances? I have an idea. Why don't you link to an official SCV announcement stating where they support the League's "white supremacist message" and "the creation of an all-white ethno-state"?

    "It would appear as though the South is itching for a repeat of the first ass kicking they received from the United States Federal Government after they stole US Government property (Fort Sumter), and ignited a Civil War, which to this day, they continue to be extremely butthurt over their embarrassing loss."

    Well, no, it looks like they were providing security at a Southern heritage event, and with good reason, considering that heritage folks and flag folks have recently been attacked, beat up, had their property stolen and burned, rocks and bricks thrown through home windows and at their vehicles, and their property vandalized... Besides, the way Obama has emasculated and descimated the US military, and has allowed Americn servicemen to be murdered and victimized by radical Muslims, they are increasingly in no shape to fight any kind of war.

    "Among the participants at the rally at Stone Mountain was the Chairman of the Georgia Chapter of the designated hate group, the League of the South."

    Designated? What a silly word. Designated by whom? The Southern Poverty Law Center? Lefists who lie for money....

    "Stoker and Sargent are both associated with a group called Empower the Youth/Leadership Now which according to its Facebook page, is a Political Action Committee."

    Borrrrrrriiiiiinnnnnng.

    "A check of the Sunlight Foundation's Influence Explorer yields no results for "Empower the Youth". So is the group really a PAC, is it raising money, and if so, where is the money going?"

    Even MORE borrrrrrriiiiiinnnnnng.

    "Listed among rally speakers were ... John C. Hall of Dublin, Georgia (although Hall has denied being a member of the hate group in the past). ... Guess who else was at Stone Mountain? Betcha can't guess! Billy Bearden of the Virginia Flaggers and Haralson Invincibles Sons of Confederate Veterans in Stone Mountain, Georgia."

    YAY, John! YAY, Billy!!!!! And don't forget that Billy is an ORIGINAL Georgia Flagger!

    There's lots and lots and lots and lots of info about the rally online that you didn't mention, didn't even hint at -- thus exposing your lying agenda. All in all, sounds like it was a great rally!

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    1. I'm glad you enjoyed it. What I don't think you're going to enjoy very much are your own associations which will be revealed in time.

      You continue to make excuses and try and FAIL to cast doubt. You were given an opportunity to put distance between yourself and those covered here, just remember that.

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    2. Go ahead. Let's have it. Show me some associations, baby. Lay it on me. Lemme see whatcha got.... But please don't make it borrrriiinnnngggg. Pleeeeeze... I have a reputation to uphold....

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    3. 1) I work on my own timetable. 2) I don't take requests. 3) Don't worry, your reputation will definitely be upheld.

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    4. Shoulda known. All talk, no action....

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    3. To the person who lodged a complaint about this post:

      I have removed your name and information from the post. Personally, I still feel it is important that Stoker is blurring the lines between Tea Party politics and hate group Nationalism. At no time was it claimed that you were a White Nationalist, hate group member, involved in any racism, nor was it ever claimed that Empower The Youth was either. I am also removing your comment so that you are not linked to this post in any way. I hope that this is sufficient. Take care.

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