Connie Chastain refuses to believe that Stone Mountain, Georgia is linked to the Ku Klux Klan
According to some foolish Confederate Heritage activists, Stone Mountain, Georgia IS NOT linked to the Ku Klux Klan. Of course not.
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No link at all! NONE.
|Illustration depicting two robed Klansmen on horseback, torches in hand in front of Stone Mountain, Georgia, the birthplace of the Second era Ku Klux Klan. (Image courtesy of Spink Shreves Gallery)|
Like we said, NONE whatsoever!
Note: The Second era Ku Klux Klan is the one that Confederate Heritage activists LOVE to cite because of their use of the American flag.
|Article from the Chicago Daily Tribune in 1920 shows a large number of Ku Klux Klan members at the foot of Stone Mountain, Georgia. (Image courtesy of Newspapers.com)|
|Chicago Daily Tribune article referencing a 1920 meeting of the Ku Klux|
Klan at Stone Mountain, Georgia. (Image courtesy of Newspapers.com)
The Ku Klux Klan was linked to Stone Mountain, Georgia in the 1910's, the 1920's, the 1930's, the 1940's (Link 2) (Link 3) (Link 4), the 1950's, the 1960's (Link 2), the 1970's (Link 2) (Link 3), the 1980's (Link 2), and now the 2010's.
|Article from the Sandusky Register, in 1934, depicts Klan members at an initiation at Stone Mountain, Georgia. (Image courtesy of Newspapers.com)|
It is absolutely absurd for Connie Chastain to claim anything different. Now you run along, and go write yourself a doozy of a novel about a renegade bunch of racist rednecks who like to lynch "Darkies" and dress up like Casper the LARP-ing Ghost.
|The Ku Klux Klan at Stone Mountain, Georgia, 1946 (Image courtesy|
of Time Magazine)
This from Jim Goad for Taki's Magazine, who claims he was present at the rally in Stone Mountain, Georgia this past weekend:
"I milled around taking pictures and stopping to eavesdrop whenever it sounded like an argument was erupting. Some earnest young black dudes were trying to explain to a bearded peckerwood that the Rebel flag represented pain for black people, but the peckerwood said it represented family and history and Southern soil.
Then suddenly the crowd started chanting, “KKK! Go away!” They surrounded a white-bearded man toting a Rebel flag but who had a small Klan insignia patch stitched to the front of his bucket hat. They shouted him right out of the parking lot. “Fuck the KKK. Fuck that shit. Get that asshole out of here.”
Strange crowd, this one. They were taking this “heritage, not hate” thing literally."
Connie Chastain wants the world to believe that Stone Mountain, Georgia IS NOT linked to the Ku Klux Klan, an indisputable fact that even racists admit is true.
Via Brad Griffin's Occidental Dissent:
"In 1915, the Ku Klux Klan was refounded in Stone Mountain, Georgia. It quickly came roaring back to life in the wake of Griffith’s successful film. Within 10 years, the Ku Klux Klan had become a national pro-White organization with millions of members. The Klan even briefly established a presence in Canada.
The Second Klan differed in many significant ways from the original Klan. It was a national organization that advocated 100% Americanism. It emphasized Protestant Christianity and used the American flag. The Second Klan was based in the Midwest, not the South; in urban metropoles, not rural areas."
Nice try. You FAIL at life again. Now Connie is calling Brad Griffin a liar. Damn. Maybe this is why Connie is trying to spin a false narrative?:
|Karen Cooper (L) and Susan Hathaway (R) worshiping upon the sacred Klan altar of Stone |
Mountain, Georgia with their Confederate Battle Flag symbols of hate. (Image
courtesy of Facebook)
|Virginia Flagger head Susan Frise Hathaway sits upon her throne in the kingdom of Hatesville, otherwise known as Stone Mountain, Georgia, the birthplace of the Second era Ku Klux Klan. (Image courtesy of Facebook)|
After all, Chastain is the mouthpiece for Susie the Silent Sentry.
UPDATE!!! UPDATE!!! UPDATE!!! UPDATE!!! UPDATE!!! UPDATE!!!
Connie mad! She real MAD! LOL!
"I AM disputing the claim. It is not a fact. It is somebody's opinion. There have been some KKK events there? Whoopdedoo. There have also been birthday parties, family reunions, school outings, family vacations, concerts out the ying-yang... and many more things that could just as legitimately be said are "linked" to the mountain."
Did you catch that? Being the location for the re-founding of the Ku Klux Klan is not being "linked". Got it! How's that novel coming along precious?
Restoring the honor!