Hate Not Heritage: Connie Chastain says MLK monument should be de facto segregated from White monument, while Shannon Fontaine suggests it should be thrown off of Stone Mountain




Hate Not Heritage! H/T Civil War Crossroads.







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Restoring the honor!




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  1. Absolutely nowhere have I said an MLK monument should be segregated from whites. Would you mind telling me why you have posted this lie?

    An MLK monument does not belong on Stone Mountain because it is a Confederate shrine and MLK was not a Confederate. Acknowledging that particular truth is not hate.

    I have no problem with a monument to MLK located elsewhere, just not on any site dedicated to Confederates.

    I suspect Gov. Deal's motive is not to honor MLK but to piss off people who honor and care about Confederate heritage. That's the way leftist minds work ... as you so ably demonstrate. You don't really care about MLK or black folks, or you'd have a blog the purpose of which is to honor them. But for you, they are merely a convenient excuse. You just love to hate, and you need somebody that it is socially acceptable to hate, so you've chosen Confederate heritage folks.

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    1. It is not a shrine, except to the Ku Klux Klan. Excuse me, altar.

      I fixed it for you. :)

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    2. Traded one lie for another. Absolutely nowhere have I said, "MLK monument should be de facto segregated from White monument."

      Just like Simpson. You can't post about me without lying.

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    3. Oh come on now Pumpkin, I went out of my way to make it more better for you.

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    4. Now, now Sugarlump, calm
      down. I can understand your unhappiness with my choice of words, and that's fine. But lie? Really?

      seg·re·ga·tion
      ˌseɡrəˈɡāSH(ə)n/
      noun
      the action or state of setting someone or something apart from other people or things or being set apart.

      Isn't a monument a "something"? Did you not suggest that the monument to a slain Black Civil Rights leader needs a mountain of its own separate from the mountain with the 3 White guys on horseback? I don't know what you call it, but I call it segregation.

      de fac·to
      ˌdā ˈfaktō/
      adverb
      1.
      in fact, or in effect, whether by right or not.

      I was being generous by adding the de facto.

      Y U no like? :(

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