The extreme naivety of Shannon Fontaine and Confederate Heritage activists

Dana Casey Jones and Shannon Fontaine (Image courtesy of Facebook)



You may remember the smackdown given to Shannon Fontaine by LOSer Mark Thomey that we told you about earlier in the week. Fontaine is still licking his wounds. While Fontaine is healing up though, let us illustrate just how naive some Confederate Heritage activists can be. Fontaine was taken to task for the simple fact that he had pride in his US Military service and the sacrifice of his ancestors who also served in the US Military. His crime was Patriotism.



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Unfortunately, Fontaine doesn't realize, as well as many other Confederates, that there is a sickness spreading throughout their community. The sickness is the League of the South. That photo up there is Fontaine LARPing with Dana Casey Jones. They look like they were having a lot of fun dressing up in period clothing and pretending to be extras in Gone With The Wind. But there is another side of Jones that Fontaine probably doesn't know about, she supports the League of the South. The League is a White Nationalist hate group. Slowly, they are infiltrating the Confederate Heritage movement, and no one seems to care. The Confederates make tons of excuses and try to hide the fact that deep down, they agree with White Nationalism and support it as well. They continue to play dress up. They smile and wave. Everyone is having a good time. Meanwhile, the beliefs of White Nationalism are spreading.



Dana Casey Jones dresses up in another type of costume.
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The problem with this of course is you never know who your friends are. The League has grown increasingly Anti-American. They constantly belittle people who express any type of Pro-American sentiment. The League hates America, and they would be happy to see it destroyed. 



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The odd thing is that the CSA hated the Union as well. They even went to war to try and destroy the Union to preserve their "States Rights" to own human beings as property. Unfortunately, this puts Confederates in a real pickle. As we said before, they ultimately are faced with choosing between Dixie and America. As you can see, it's a real predicament. 


The battle lines are being drawn, and you're either going to be in the cult of the League or you're going to be kicked out of the cool kids club. The League represents this schism within the Confederate Heritage community. By choosing to embrace the League you are also accepting that Confederate Heritage activism is inherently racist, as the League is an openly racist organization. You'd better think about it.




Restoring the honor!




Comments

  1. These are the voyages of the-- whoa, wait. Wrong script.

    These blog posts are the rantings and utter hooey of an outsider. The CSA didn't go to war to "destroy" the union, only to leave it. It only took nine states to create the union, and after the South left there were 22 states remaining -- more than twice the nine required to create it. The union functioned as a nation throughout the whole time the South was no longer a part of it. That's not being destroyed, DeStroy....

    Why did the union get so upset about the South leaving, anyway? Enough to invade and massively kill people, including civilians? They were afraid they couldn't make it as a nation, on their own, without Dixie? They wanted the cotton? WHAT?

    The League is not "slowly infiltrating" Confederate heritage. The League has always supported Confederate heritage, but focused more on future independence for the region. When the League began to be infiltrated by kids from white nationalism, and radicalized, it abandoned defense of Confederate heritage, to the point of rejecting the Confederate battle flag and scorning activists (as rainbow Confederates and "Confederate crypt-keepers" -- and believe you me, certain activists have not forgotten that) and creating the truly uninspired banner they wave now. Some oldtimers in the League didn't like that, and a lot of heritage activists scorned it. I guess that stung, and subsequently the League has been trying to show more respect for heritage issues, especially due to the war on heritage instigated by Nikki Haley.

    Judging by my observation and experience, a lot of heritage supporters and advocates are political conservatives who see no solution to the political, social and moral destruction of the USA in the usual responses -- voting, elections, etc. More of them are concluding that salvation, at least of our region and culture, can be found only in leaving the sinking ship of the USA. In other words, they support secession as a political response of last resort. That doesn't mean they support the League, or any particular secessionist organization.

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  2. 1) The Supreme Court ruled that the South never left the Union. In essence, there never was any secession.

    2) The Union did not invade anything, you cannot invade yourself.

    3) No, you are wrong. The League has stated that they are not a Heritage organization and they have also said that you are nothing more than a recruiting tool, a tool which you are happy to lend yourself to them for. Your assertion is at odds with reality. I'm not going to argue with you over fact, if you have an issue, take it up with them.

    4) I don't understand why you and your friends don't just take the leap and tell everyone that you're White Nationalists too, it's not like we don't know. Brad Griffin and I are in complete agreement that you Rainbow Cuckfederates are embarrassingly pathetic. The end game here is that whether you admit it or not, slowly you are being exposed for what you really are, and really are about. At the end of the day, there is very little difference between your beliefs and those of White Nationalists, and that's becoming abundantly clear. It's time for you to realize, the jig is up. Its ok, you guys can drop the act.

    5) How much flack/peer pressure do you think Shannon Fontaine is getting? How many people do you think are giving him a "Wink, Wink" and a "Nudge, Nudge" in private? It doesn't take a rocket scientist to know that this is the truth.

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  3. Trigger discipline....trigger discipline! And people wonder why guns in the home are a bad thing.

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    1. Some people really have no business owning or having access to weapons. That is a fact.

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  4. LOL...there goes Connie Chastain defending the League of the South again.

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    1. She's been cheating on me. I thought I was the love of her life.

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  5. Quote -- "....just how naive some Confederate Heritage activists can be."

    It's certainly preferable to your kind of cynicism. That kind of cynicism, in sufficient amounts, is what fills concentration camps and gas chambers and killing fields...

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  6. The Supreme Court = on the Union's side ... not impartial. Has also found itself wrong on several rulings and reversed them. The union invaded the South. If it the States had never left, why did they have to be "readmitted'?

    I have already clearly, publicly identified my issues with the League. There is nothing I need to take up with them. I was simply making observations here. You really are clueless, aren't you?

    I'm not a Rainbow Confederate, by whatever definition they're using this week. I'm also not a white nationalist, particularly. I just like to point out leftist hypocrisy when it comes to anything racial. An. Ny. Thing. Ra. Cial.

    Most of what you perceive to be "exposure" is the hallucinations of yourself, Brooks Simpson and other hate-mongering antiConfederates.

    There is certainly a difference between my beliefs and those of white nationalists -- at least, the ones I'm aware of. I'm not eat up with it like you are so I don't wallow in it like you do. However, there is one huge, major difference between my beliefs and theirs, and you're so unschooled you probably are totally clueless about it.

    Re: Shannon ... flack/peer pressure. If it's the truth and you ... ahem ... know it, prove it. No, the only think you can tell us about it is what you've already revealed here -- your hate-fueled hallucinations.

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    1. 1) That is the logic of a person in denial. "Dixie" was never it's own Nation, ever. The Supreme Court is on the side of law, which people like yourself obviously have no respect for.

      2) You may not identify with those terms, but your behavior and beliefs say otherwise.

      3) I have never hallucinated before.

      4) Is it your rape fetish?

      5) It's not a "fact", that was a figure of speech. I am speculating, but given the not too subtle coaxing some people were attempting in that chat, I'd call it more of an educated guess. We know how you "undercover types" have to walk the balance beam with the ones who are totally snowballed as to what's really going on.

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    2. "The union invaded the South. If it the States had never left, why did they have to be "readmitted'?"

      What you are talking about is the South withdrawing their consent to being governed by rebellion. That is not the same as legal secession. The South's "secession" was actually rebellion. I cannot make you or anyone else respect the rule of law, but that doesn't change the fact that your "secession" was and is not legal. You only have two options available: A) Revolution; or B) Consent of the States (plural). So, which is more attractive to you and why?

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    3. It is the people's right to alter or abolish their government. It doesn't say "only by revolution."

      The 10th Amendment states "The powers not delegated to the United States by the Constitution, nor prohibited to by it to the States, are reserved to the States, respectively, or to the people."

      The powers prohibited to the states are identified in Article I, Section 10, of the U.S. Constitution. Secession is not among them, so it is not prohibited.

      The power to prohibit secession is not listed among the powers delegated to the United States.

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    4. Connie,

      Readmitted was only the process that the states in rebellion took to be again in good standing with the Federal Government.

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    5. And yet Connie, you continue to defend the League of the South a self professed white nationalist group.

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    6. The Supreme Court ruled that you have two options available to you. I take it your vote is for "None of the above". Ok, very well. Do it your way and we will see how it goes. I tend to believe you will be in for a very rude awakening if you believe you're going to repel the Federal Government with your pea shooters, but good luck with that. Call me when Reconstruction 2 begins.

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    7. Corey, can't be readmitted if they never left.

      Oh, DeStroy, there is a third option. Wait out and survive the coming collapse of the country. It has already started. It's going to be colossal, fantastic and terrible. Every region ought to be doing what's necessary to survive it and come out the other side ready and able to found a new national government over their region... I'm afraid the ultra-liberal regions won't be able to make the transition. They'll be leaderless and lost without DC. Texas will fare the best. Then the South, then New England... the rest? Who knows....

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    8. Oh yes, the old collapse is coming. I forgot. Waiting it out. Right. Got it.

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    9. DeStroy, the collapse is coming. If for no other reason than the national debt. The country cannot survive that. But there is soooooooo much else that isn't survivable. Add it up... the USA's a goner. Oh, something will crawl along for a few years yet, and people will continue to call it the USA. But what made it the USA will be long gone. You sincerely believe the country can survive a the total breakdown of the economy? What, you wake up every morning and sprinkle fairy dust all over your world?

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    10. This is out of purely morbid curiosity, but how would the "Elites" benefit from a total economic collapse?

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    11. Hell if I know. I've pondered this myself; it sure seems wacko. The only explanation I can come up with is that their wealth is protected, and after the collapse, they will have all the wealth and total control of the wretched masses... That seems to be something elites throughout history have lusted after...

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    12. It seems wacko to you, but yet deep down in the pit of your stomach, you know it's coming. Makes sense. The Rapture is coming too. I promise.

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  7. The end is coming! Repent and embrace confederatism! Yeah, that old age thing. I find that throughout history. It echoes down the years from Mesopotamia and ancient Chinese history where someone was always saying the end is near. Just more fear factor garbage.

    KKKonnie needs the end to come to justify her miserable existence. Otherwise her life has been in vain. If the end does not happen as she sees it, then that means what she believed was all wrong. That's why she clings so desperately to the beliefs. That's why she and others cling to the 10th Amendment and the idea that because secession is not in the Constitution it must be legal even when the SCOTUS has ruled on that matter.

    They reject what the Founders did and said in favor of what they want to believe even when KKKonnie and others are proven wrong with historical facts. There is no point in arguing with dumb people like her. The best part is when you show people the written words of the founders and let them decide for themselves when you ask them about secession. They go with the facts, not the fiction.

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    1. I'm working on a long fact based post on secession.

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