The Invisible Empire rides again: The International Keystone Knights of the Ku Klux Klan are claiming that 76 Klansmen are planning on attending a "Confederate Heritage" styled rally at Stone Mountain, Georgia on November 14th

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If you thought the days of the Ku Klux Klan assembling at Stone Mountain, Georgia were a thing of the past like Connie Chastain did, think again. The International Keystone Knights of the Ku Klux Klan are claiming on Facebook that 76 Klansmen are planning to attend a "Confederate Heritage" styled rally in mid-November. Chuck R. L. Kelley, Chief of Police & Fire at the Stone Mountain Park Department of Public Safety confirmed last week by email that a group calling itself the Southern Rebel Patriots was planning a gathering at Stone Mountain on November, 14th. Chief Kelley insisted that there was no indication that the group was associated with the Ku Klux Klan.

A Police Officer attempts to diffuse a tense situation at a "Confederate Heritage"
rally this past summer at Stone Mountain Park. (Image courtesy of Facebook)

Although the law states that the Klansmen can open carry in the park, Chief Kelley tells us that he asked them to conceal carry any weapons to "prevent upsetting visitors." Good call.

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We have reached out to Chief Kelley tonight, to inquire if the rally will be allowed to go on as planned, and if he planned to inform the general public of the Ku Klux Klan members intentions. Klansman Shaun Winkler, seen commenting above, recently praised alleged mass murderer Dylann Roof as a "young hero". What's more, Winkler was present last week at the University of Mississippi when two alleged Klansmen were arrested on Federal weapons charges.

Wanda Jean King assures one of the Klan rally organizers that it is fine to promote the event in the Georgia Flaggers Facebook group. (Image courtesy of Facebook)

To date, the Confederate Heritage movement collectively has refused to speak out against this rally. Noted. We would ask the Confederate Heritage crowd to join us in condemning this undercover Klan rally, but they are too busy promoting it.

The Virginia Flaggers share the details for a Ku Klux Klan member organized rally disguised as "Confederate Heritage". (Image courtesy of Facebook)

Parking details for all Klansmen planning on attending have just been released.

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Make sure y'all get there nice and early, ya hear? Don't wanna miss the lighting! (Joke. We think?)

Jodi Calhoun, one of the organizers of a "Confederate Heritage" styled rally which is receiving overwhelming support from the Confederate Heritage crowd, seen here in Klan t-shirt, in front of a Ku Klux Klan "Blood Drop" flag. (Image courtesy of Facebook)

Restoring the honor! 


  1. I think it is safe to say that groups like the Virginia Flaggers have opened a door that they might wish they could close...or maybe not!

    1. Personally, I don't get that feeling at all. They have refused to address Hubert Cashs' blatantly racist comments or to remove the flag from his property. That is a tacit admission of support of his beliefs that Blacks should be "put down like dogs". At a time when they should be condemning the Ku Klux Klan members for hijacking their flag, and "Heritage" by arranging a rally at Stone Mountain, they are instead promoting the event on their Facebook page. I think what's more likely happening is that it's becoming so apparent what they really are, that they have decided it would be better to just ignore the truth and not deal with it at all then to answer for their own inaction. This is what alchoholics do, they pretend there is no problem. Therefore, the publics opinion on "Confederate Heritage" is rapidly changing. Personally, I think they should attempt secession again, it's clearly their only option.

  2. At the last flag rally at Stone Mountain members of the "Revolutionary Communist Party" showed up (of course, not to support the rally but to protest). My, my, I have to consider y'all in league with that group...unless you- right here and now -disavow any and all connections with said group. How about it? Y'all don't want to be known as friggin do ya?

    1. I'm not a Communist. I don't identify as one, and to be perfectly honest, I don't know much about Communism. I form my beliefs based on life experience and educating myself through reading a variety of sources. So yes, I do disavow myself from Communism. The Dead Milkmen summed up my beliefs pretty succinctly, "I believe in Swordfish."

    2. Better to be a communist than a racist.


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