Hathaway's Hissyfit...






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Folks, this isn't good when the Flaggers go on defense. Isn't this the second hissyfit this month? Let the ass-kissing begin. By the way, allow me to translate. When she says "Civil Rights leaders", she means blacks, and when she says "Southerners", she means whites.






Restoring the honor!




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  1. Are you saying there are no black Southerners? And no white civil rights leaders?

    No, that's not what she means. Many, many blacks are not civil rights leaders and not heritage haters. You've acknowledged that yourself.

    You're showing yourself to be the hater, not the VaFlaggers....

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    1. How do you know? You're not authorized to speak for her or the Flaggers, so whatever you think about what she thinks, doesn't matter.

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    2. I love how she ignores the reason why that flag existed or the cause those soldiers fought for.

      I also note how she keeps making a claim that Danville is suffering from the decisions the council made. Danville isn't hurting at all. In fact, I think Danville is doing just fine whether the rag is there or not there.

      Symbol of heritage? It is a symbol of terror, racism, ignorance, and hatred, but the flaggers ignore the reality in favor of a fictional past.

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    3. I still want to know how that flag went back up at Surherlin Mansion last weekend and why both the museum officials and the city council ignore email inquiries about it. Someone correct me if I'm wrong, but aren't the museum grounds private property? Is the message that I can go raise a Nazi flag there and there will be no repercussions?

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    4. Obviously, nobody can answer for the museum and city officials but them.

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    5. Hey, Jacob, you need to cover this. Aren't you always complaining about white supremacy? These folks are going to end white supremacy by protesting nonliving monuments that can't DO anything, supremacist or not.

      https://www.facebook.com/events/2077562542468898/

      It's hosted by the, ahem, Richmond Struggle Committee Initiative (fancy name, huh). Note the "Stand Against the Pigs" image on their page:
      https://www.facebook.com/RichmondSCI/photos/a.1773691996180064.1073741829.1764283590454238/1795281750687755/?type=3&theater
      These folks claim politics is violent.

      This is an aggressive, militant organization hiding behind concerns like "education." They are anti-capitalist, anti-freedom, anti-white, pro-violence. Compare them to the Virginia Flaggers ... oh, never mind. You won't do that. You can't showcase a bunch of antifas looking malevolent.

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    6. It's not a Nazi museum, Jacob.

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    7. I think the message that has been sent is that it is acceptable and legal to be on museum property, doing whatever you want, whenever you want. I think most people didn't even know that the flag was there because it appears as though it was done under the cover of darkness, although I do wonder if it wasn't condoned by officials, which is why they don't want to respond to inquiries. Either that, or pure embarrassment.

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    8. "Hey, Jacob, you need to cover this."

      I don't NEED to do anything. You may want me to, but I don't need to. That's outside the scope of my blog, but it would probably fit over at your slop-shop.

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    9. "Outside the scope of my blog" means "I refuse to acknowledge what my side does wrong."

      BTW, I wasn't speaking for the Virginia Flaggers. I was defending my friend Susan from you lie ... You are not a mind-reader so you are lying when you say what Susan means. What you're doing is judging HER based on YOUR lying accusation, claiming things you cannot know.

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  2. Folks, the Flaggers clearly wrapped the new pole in barbed wire because they don't have enough people to fill the ranks of the Monument Guard. Just one more failure in a long line. I'd be willing to bet money that if you showed up to any given monument in the heart of Richmond tonight, that no one would be there guarding it. I think what's more likely is that every few weeks, someone drives by and snaps a photo on the way to the movies. We will have to test that hypothesis someday, unannounced of course, and document our findings.

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    1. "...the Flaggers clearly wrapped the new pole in barbed wire..."

      Pretty smart. Kinda like Joshua Slocum scattering carpet tacks all over the deck of the Spray to keep a gang of renegades from Tierra del Fuego from boarding while he got some much needed sleep.... Or rather, to make them make noise if the did board.... There were lots of them, only one of him...

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  3. She must have used a wooden soap box. She was up there for a while.

    Neo-Yankees? Does she mean Americans? That's what we are, what we have always been. Neo-Confederates don't like the term "neo-Confederate". So, it's strange she would use that term... especially since it makes no sense.

    I wonder if anyone has explained to Susie that the heritage crowd are the ones complaining about people that "aren't from here" are always coming into areas to tell the locals what they should do with their flags and monuments. What's good for the goose, Susie. How many times do we see neo-Confederates traveling across state lines? The double standard and hypocrisy is indeed stunning.

    Now, let's see the press release that Susie puts out saying they lured all those people and press out there under false pretenses.

    "Did we say "the largest"? Oh well, context has never been a strong suit for us. We pretty much just go with whatever we want. It's gone well for us so far."

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  4. Neo-yankees are the current equivalent of the thievin' murderin' rapin' yankees to came south to kill Southerners.

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  5. Y'all just get jealouser and jealouser all the time, don'cha?

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  6. To simply disagree with y'uns is the equivalent of thievin' murderin' rapin'. Let your bigotry fly! Why are you people so dramatic?

    "jealouser and jealouser" of what? Using nonsensical words? Displaying the same double standard and hypocrisy that is accused of others? Of making false claims of grandeur? Of drawing hundreds of people out to make a fool of myself?

    No, I'm good.

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    1. Nope, today's digital equivalent of thievin' murderin' and rapin' -- lying about people, judging THEM based on YOUR lies, trying to steal their good name, assassinate their character, raping their accomplishments. Our "drama" isn't a tenth of what Jacob's is.

      Yes, y'all are jealous. The Flaggers and their influence just keeps growing, and it nearly KILLS Jacob. You, too, to a lesser degree. He is perpetually pissed off because the legitimate press in Virginia don't emulate his hatred when reporting on the Flaggers. But, you see, Jacob has only the internet -- basically just Facebook -- to glean information about the Flaggers, which is not a reliable sources. And he takes that questionable source and spins it to try to reach is goal of convincing people the Flaggers are white supremacist. He moans and bellyaches when the Virginia press doesn't follow suit. However, what he needs to understand is that the Virginia press is THERE, and he's in Baltimore. The Virginia press interacts with the Flaggers. They have access to people who know the Flaggers, and these people paint a very different (and more accurate) image of the Flaggers than Jacob does. He has zero actual experience with them. Everything he writes is spin of what he finds online, which is already unreliable.

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    2. Who's lying?

      Proverbs 13:20: You are the company you keep.

      If Susan and the VaFlaggers don't want to associated with white supremacists and so on... Don't associate with them. To pretend that group isn't about racism, then don't suffer racists. No one expects you them to be perfect, but when it turns out you have racists, talks of violence, pedophiles, and so on, rebuke them!

      We aren't jealous. That some private citizens, who already supported the cause, allowed flags isn't a sign of spreading influence. Maybe more visual. But, it isn't proof of expanding influence. And it certainly doesn't change what is at the core of the heritage group, no matter how many Edgertons, Barnums, and so on are paraded.

      You don't have to be in Danville to know the bumbleslop this "largest CBF" act is.

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    3. "Raping their accomplishments"? Really? The images that run rampant in a failed novelist's mind ... especially one who is obsessed by sex and violence.

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  7. BTW, Jacob ... Susan's post wasn't nearly the "hissyfit" that was thrown by critics and the press in Danville... You continue to strain out gnats and swallow camels....

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  8. I think you're really getting under KKKonnie's skin. She's getting pretty crazy with the denials as the facts keep pouring in about the racism and bigotry of the confederate heritage/white nationalist community.

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  9. Dimmy has on racist-and-bigot-colored glasses, so that's all he sees....

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    1. Another heritage hissyfit:

      https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=lYThAeKtScU&feature=youtu.be

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    2. Only in your mind, KKKonnie because you make the accusation to deflect the reality that shows you are a proven racist.

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    3. Nope, Dimmy, cuz it's not just me. You call any and all heritage supporters racists and bigots without a single neuron firing in your ... um ... gray matter.

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    4. You are a racist. You have proven it multiple times on this blog alone. When confronted with a simple statement to disprove your racism you could not agree with it. When asked to disavow the racists in the flaggers and the confederate heritage groups you refuse to do it.

      Then all you do is whine and call others racists which just shows you want to continue to lie. I am not letting you get away with it, KKKonnie. You're a racist. The confederate heritage groups are racist. You can go on all day long, but in the end your own words damn you.

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    5. Dimmy- the self-appointed judge of who is or is not a racist...
      ...but has to travel 50 miles out of town before he sees the first black person.

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    6. Incorrect. Apparently you think you know this area, but you don't. It is interesting how I have to point out the racist sundown towns in the area where the residents were unaware of how the former city fathers employed racist legal means to discriminate against others.

      My students love the fact that we discuss racism in our classes. I take care to point out how slavery and racism came to be in this country and why it is such a major theme in US history. We shatter a lot of myths about history and naturally one of those is the lost cause garbage.

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  10. Well, well, WELLLL... Talk about yer hissyfits...

    http://www.nydailynews.com/news/crime/man-assaults-pro-confederate-activists-snatch-flags-article-1.2732513

    Heritage news Jacob won't report because it doesn't "fit" his "narrative" (i.e., his work of slandering heritage supporters).

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    1. That guy could have used a Tomahawk missile to wipeout the entire protest while screaming every Southern slander you could think of; that still wouldn't disprove anything Rb has put on this blog.

      Be careful, Straw men burn easily.

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    2. The point being that he says his blog is about Southern heritage. It isn't. It's about stirring up hatred for Southern heritage supporters by falsely linking them to white supes and such. That's why news about Southern heritage that doesn't fit with his agenda doesn't get covered here.

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    3. Here, allow me to falsely link them again:

      https://3.bp.blogspot.com/-EYLT0J4H7-E/V56IPdRnQzI/AAAAAAAAK38/jyfrUS_Ryto1lODxz3Dn9tDrlX3s6ZizwCLcB/s1600/073016-2Protests-6-e1469974435857.jpg

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    4. I'd say pointing out how the movement isn't really about people of all races honoring ancestors that were fighting for some vague notion of state's rights/taxes/whatever-else-they-cook up fits in perfectly. The background, the defining post about why the background was chosen, and the posts all seem to coincide to this theme.

      I eagerly await your blog posts taking your fellow hertigites to task for their short-comings. Oh, and I'm sure your posts detailing the virtues of your opposition will be all full of tingles kumbayas. I just won't hold my breath for them.

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    5. Southern Heritage would involve telling the truth about the past. Confederate heritage groups often do not tell the truth about the past, specifically in why they honor men who were traitors to the United States of America, who committed treason against the United States of America, and who fought to preserve the institution of white supremacy.

      The weird part is some of those groups make no bones about why they honor dead confederates. Those groups are upfront about their racist ideas and white nationalist goals. Then we have other groups like the flaggers who deny that they are racist while at the same time openly embracing dedicated racists, racist groups, and racist causes.

      You want Southern Heritage? Start telling the truth and you might find it someday, KKKonnie. The only thing you do is lie and try to convince people that your twisted version of the past is real. You fail because the facts contradict your version of the past.

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    6. "Southern Heritage would involve telling the truth about the past. Confederate heritage groups often do not tell the truth about the past, specifically in why they honor men who were traitors to the United States of America, who committed treason against the United States of America..."

      One man's "traitor" is another man's Hero.

      "...and who fought to preserve the institution of white supremacy."

      The North was a white supremacist society. All you have to do is read:

      "I would resist the introduction of [slavery] in justice to a superior race of men--men who are capable of a higher state of social and political refinement. I would institute such governments as are best calculated to advance the true interests of our own Caucasian race, and not degrade the dignity of labor by fastening upon it the incubus of slavery."

      “If the North will not unite now to vindicate their rights and constitutional freedom, they will not only deserve to be slaves, but they will be. The small minority in the Senate will stand manfully by their rights and the rights of the free white men.”

      -Hannibal Hamlin

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    7. However, the Union fought to preserve the nation and follow the Constitution whereas the confederate traitors fought to preserve slavery. The Civil War would help bring about an examination of the nation which took a long time to bring out a commitment to equality. That racist Union would emerge from the conflict by starting the process to fight racism.

      Nice quote. It was spoken before the Civil War. To see how the process of change works, why don't you do some research on Hamlin's actions after the war. Like say his two terms as US Senator and how he voted. You keep trying to lock people in the past down based upon one thing they said and fail to understand how the process of change works. It works on people too.

      That's where Southern Heritage fails. It wants a nation that doesn't change and can't acknowledge why this nation changed. If it were to acknowledge the reality of the past, then that would wipe out the fantasy that Southern Heritage has manufactured.

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    8. Dimmy, change isn't always all it's cracked up to be. Going from an ulcer to stomach cancer is a change, but few people would say it is good. What the US has changed into not good, and some of the changes would have been better left undone.

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    9. I suppose equality sucks to you.

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  11. Quote, "That racist Union would emerge from the conflict by starting the process to fight racism."

    A fake fight. The left needs "racism" to stay in power.

    Quote, "You keep trying to lock people in the past down based upon one thing they said..."

    Kinda like you lockin' down the whole Confederacy based on one thing a handful of men said or wrote.

    Nobody wields the double standard with the expertise of a leftist fake "anti-racist" Confederacy hater such as yourself, Dimmy.

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  12. Once again, you move to modern politics and ignore facts. Another day of KKKonnie raving on.

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