Are they mad enough yet?

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Perhaps there is some reason to believe that someone, has some sand in their vagina, over this thread?






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In the immortal words of the non-committal savior of the South, "Maybe there is, I don't know."






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  1. News Flash: The "Greatest Army" ever assembled got its butt whipped by the United States Army.

    Just in case you are not living in reality, every Confederate army got its butt whipped by the US Army.

    You are welcome in advance for the factual revelation. Have a nice day!

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    1. Dimmy, you are so funny when you bury your head in the leftist ideological sand, cherry picking what "history" you choose to believe. No, it was not a butt whipping. It is risible to call it that, when you know what it took for the barbaric union army to win over a greatly outnumbered, starving, half-clad Confederate Army whose families and other civilians were being targeted by the barbarian invaders....

      IN THE WORDS OF UNION GENERAL DON CARLOS BUELL (WHO WAS ACTUALLY A NORTHERN GENTLEMAN AND A DECENT HUMAN BEING, UNLIKE THE OTHER "GOOD GUY" YANKEE BARBARIANS -- SHERMAN, SHERIDAN, BUTLER, TURCHIN, ETC.)

      "It required a naval fleet and 15,000 troops to advance against a weak fort, manned by less than 100 men, at Fort Henry;
      --35,000, with naval cooperation, to overcome 12,000 at Donelson;
      --60,000 to secure a victory over 40,000 at Pittsburg Landing (Shiloh);
      --120,000 to enforce the retreat of 65,000 intrenched, after a month's fighting and maneuvering at Corinth;
      --100,000 repelled by 80,000 in the first Peninsular campaign against Richmond;
      --70,000, with a powerful naval force, to inspire the campaign which lasted nine months, against 40,000 at Vicksburg;
      --90,000 to barely withstand the assault of 70,000 at Gettysburg;
      --115,000 sustaining a frightful repulse from 60,000 at Fredericksburg:
      --100,000 attacked and defeated by 50,000 at Chancellorsville;
      --85,000 held in check two days by 40,000 at Antietam;
      --43,000 retaining the field uncertainly against 38,000 at Stone River (Murfreesboro);
      --70,000 defeated at Chickamauga, and beleaguered by 70,000 at Chattanooga;
      --80,000 merely to break the investing line of 45,000 at Chattanooga, and 100,000 to press back 50,000 increased at last to 70,000 from Chattanooga to Atlanta, a distance of 120 miles, and then let go an operation which is commemorated at festive reunions by the standing toast of "One hundred days under fire;"
      --50,000 to defeat the investing line of 30,000 at Nashville;
      --and, finally, 120,000 to overcome 60,000 with exhaustion after a struggle of a year in Virginia.
      --From the third volume of "Battles and Leaders of the Civil War"

      OR, AS DR. CLYDE WILSON, PROFESSOR OF HISTORY AT THE UNIVERSITY OF SOUTH CAROLINA, HAS SO SUCCINCTLY PUT IT:

      "It took twenty-two million northerners, aided by the entire plutocracy and proletariat of the world, four years of the bloodiest warfare in American history to subdue five million Southerners -- all followed by the horror of Reconstruction." (-- from "Dispelling Southern Myths")

      You're self-blinded, Dimmy, by your devotion to your anti-human ideology....

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    2. Jacob, did you read about the "Blue Ribbon Panel's" tour of "controversial" sites in Charlottesville? All of 50 people showed up... LOL!! At the last flag-raising in Danville, over 700 people attended...

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    3. Who was the tour meant for? How many people were they expecting? Was it supposed to be like the 8,000 people who marched down Monument Avenue yesterday while the Flaggers sat around with their thumbs up their asses?

      The 700 figure is a number that you jack-offs pulled out of the air. No news media reported 700 people. You have no proof that 700 people were there and personally I think that's double the actual number. The photos I've seen certainly don't support 700. Regardless of what the number was, your measly "700" doesn't come close to the number who walked all over your "Heritage" yesterday. Where were the Flaggers? M.I.A.. Now that's something to laugh about. Bet it makes you just want to punch someone in the face, doesn't it?

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    4. You have to love Connie's Civil War Battles numbers (with the help of one of the original founders of the League of the South - Clyde Wilson)in which she has not understanding of the military numbers to invade, conquer and hold a vast territory like the south.

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    5. Who was the Charlottesville tour meant for? Channel 12 said the commission invited the public to take a tour of controversial landmarks in the city. So it was for "the public." You would think in a city the size of Charlottesville (44,000+), where we've been given the impression that many, many people are "concerned" about the monuments, you'd think a tour sponsored by a "blue ribbon panel" could muster more than 50 people from "the public".

      And you have no proof that there were less than 700 at the Danville flag event. Actually, there were probably more, because the VaFlaggers said they quit counting at 700, meaning some did not get counted.

      The 8,000 on Monument Avenue were attending a mostly SEIU event about raising the minimum wage. You remember the SEIU, don't you? Controversial, extremely left-wing "labor union"? Why would the Virginia Flaggers concern themselves with opposing that?

      Story about the Richmond event in Raw Story doesn't even mention racism or white supremacy or monuments. The Richmond group wanting to smash white supremacy and the monuments didn't even get mentioned ... For leftist labor unions, it's not about statues ... it's about MONEY... M-O-N-E-Y, MONEY. http://www.rawstory.com/2016/08/exclusive-some-of-seius-fight-for-15-workers-arent-unionized-and-dont-make-15-an-hour/

      I guess riding the SEIU's coattails didn't work out well for the smash-white-supremacy folks.... Awwwwww.......

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    6. Yeah, too bad the Flaggers just sat around and let the monuments get destroyed....

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    7. "You would think in a city the size of Charlottesville (44,000+), where we've been given the impression that many, many people are "concerned" about the monuments, you'd think a tour sponsored by a "blue ribbon panel" could muster more than 50 people from "the public"."

      Not really. Most people don't have the time, or even care enough to invest in things like this. It's the same reason why rallies aren't well attended (for the most part).

      "And you have no proof that there were less than 700 at the Danville flag event. Actually, there were probably more, because the VaFlaggers said they quit counting at 700, meaning some did not get counted. "

      True, but photo evidence says that the number is inflated. At the height of the flag raising, watch the videos and look at photos posted by the Heritage folks themselves, there were not 700 people there. What the number is, I can't say and I couldn't care less, but I can tell you that it was not 700, and I think anyone who looked at the same photo and video evidence provided by your side would agree, y'all lie.

      "The 8,000 on Monument Avenue were attending a mostly SEIU event about raising the minimum wage. You remember the SEIU, don't you? Controversial, extremely left-wing "labor union"? Why would the Virginia Flaggers concern themselves with opposing that? "

      You wouldn't for the same reason that you can't stop your flags from disappearing, cuz y'all are losers who are afraid to do what needs to be done to stop it, so you raise other flags and declare victory. Typical loser way out.

      "The Richmond group wanting to smash white supremacy and the monuments didn't even get mentioned"

      Bullshit. Obviously you can't read. The entire theme of the National Convention was tying the oppression we see by employers today as an extension of the oppression that began prior to the Civil War, and continued through reconstruction and the Civil Rights movement all the way up to the present day. They chose Richmond specifically for it's ties to the Confederacy. They chose Monument Avenue and Bobby Lee's ugly statue because of what they represent, hate and oppression. Y'all didn't show because you are disgraces to your ancestors. You ancestors corpses are doing backflips right now because they died in battle and y'all are too scared to even go wave rags on the side of the road. LOL!!!

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    8. "IN THE WORDS OF UNION GENERAL DON CARLOS BUELL (WHO WAS ACTUALLY A NORTHERN GENTLEMAN AND A DECENT HUMAN BEING" - Don Carlos Buell, slaveholder and supposed Confederate sympathizer... although Grant vouched for him.

      As to his comments on Chattanooga, the Confederates held Lookout Mtn and Missionary Ridge. Of course, it's going to take more manpower to overcome those spots.

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    9. KKKonnie can't handle it when the actual history is pointed out to her. She has to rely upon the Lost Cause myths to excuse the reality of Robert E. Lee getting his ass kicked along with the rest of the traitors. The Confederacy lost and lost big time.

      Grant was a better general. Lee was good, but not good enough.

      Note the usual modern political ideology she tossed in. This isn't about history. It's about her modern white supremacy and how it is dying.

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    10. History and political ideology aren't mutually exclusive, Dimmy, as your posts frequently demonstrate.

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    11. BTW,Jacob, that Southside News thread is one of the most soporific things I've read in a looooong time.

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    12. Invade and conquer, huh, Corey? I thought you belonged to the school that says you can't invade your own country, so the damnyankee army couldn't have been invading. Ditto conquer. You're letting your knowledge of the truth slip out from under the leftist ideological mask where you usually hide it .... Glad to see you admit, even unintentionally, that the Confederacy was a separate country that the damnyankee army had no business invading ...

      In any case, Dimmy is dead wrong about the union army kicking butt...

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    13. Dimmy: "Grant was a better general"

      You must be drinking some of that Brooks Simpson koolaid.

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    14. No, just looking at the facts.

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  2. To be the man, you've gotta beat the man... done.

    This wasn't directed at a certain someone telling others what they should do and how they should follow the example of another certain group... was it?

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    1. I think SOMEBODY is feeling the pressure, and the heat has not even begun to be turned up yet!

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    2. You think that because.... you have a crystal ball that told you? You called Miss Cleo and she told you? You threw chicken bones and read it in them? You get more ridiculous all the time.

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    3. C is the heavenly option, I threw chicken bones. :)

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  3. Oh, btw, I see you've jumped on the Black Lives Matter bandwagon. Planning to arson a town, throw bricks at police? Or just show your "loyalty" from the safety of internet anonymity? Milwaukee: http://www.cnn.com/2016/08/14/us/milwaukee-violence-police-shooting/index.html

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    1. Black Lives Matter doesn't "arson towns" or "throw bricks at police", individuals do. Black Lives Matter has denounced that behavior, which is more than what y'all do of your own folks:

      http://restoringthehonor.blogspot.com/2016/08/virginia-confederate-heritage-flagger.html

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    2. Corey, Clyde Wilson didn't compile those numbers. The person who originally posted that years ago in a Yahoo group (and whose permission I got to repost) added the comment by Wilson. He didn't add it. Corey you draw sooooooooooo many erroneous conclusions from a lack of information....

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      "The Richmond group wanting to smash white supremacy and the monuments didn't even get mentioned"

      Bullshit. Obviously you can't read. The entire theme of the National Convention was tying the oppression we see by employers today as an extension of the oppression that began prior to the Civil War, and continued through reconstruction and the Civil Rights movement all the way up to the present day. They chose Richmond specifically for it's ties to the Confederacy. They chose Monument Avenue and Bobby Lee's ugly statue because of what they represent, hate and oppression. Y'all didn't show because you are disgraces to your ancestors. You ancestors corpses are doing backflips right now because they died in battle and y'all are too scared to even go wave rags on the side of the road. LOL!!!
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      No, obviously YOU can't read. I was referring to the ha-ha "Richmond Struggle Committee Initiative" which made that ha-ha awesome logo "Destroy White Supremacy" with an equistrian statue in red cross hairs. They wanted to piggy-back on SEIU's minimum wage march but apparently not many showed up. They haven't even updated their Facebook page since the "march." No pics. No reports. The last post is dated August 13.

      The "entire theme" of the National Convention being this, or that, or the other, doesn't refute the fact that the Richmond "struggle" group made themselves scarce... Somebody who watched the day's activities reported that they saw no more than half a dozen of the "Richmond Struggle Committee" among the marchers.

      I think it's interesting that they want to "destroy white supremacy" and think removing statues will do that. I also think it's interesting that the SEIU connects the minimum wage to "400 years of slavery" and racism, when there are an awful lot of white people making minimum wage, per the Bureau of Labor Statistics....

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    4. Jacob sez, "Black Lives Matter doesn't 'arson towns' or 'throw bricks at police', individuals do."

      And my question was directed to an individual -- you. In answer to my own question, my guess is that you will "show your 'loyalty' from the safety of internet anonymity." Are you saying no individuals who arson towns or throw bricks at police are members or supporters of Black Lives Matter?

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    5. First off, I'm not a spokesman for Black Lives Matter. It's not my duty to defend them. That being said, if the goal is peace, I support that. I added BLM's name to the rag to twist niblets. Niblets twisted.

      Counter to the non-denouncements, and tacit support of hate groups and their members by the "Heritage" movement, Black Lives Matter is on record as supporting peace and denouncing violence. White racists like Connie want BLM to be held accountable for people they don't control, that is individuals.

      BLM directly confronted the outright lie that the movement is "anti-white" and "anti-cop" here:

      http://blacklivesmatter.com/11-major-misconceptions-about-the-black-lives-matter-movement/

      Have said they advocate dignity, justice and respect, as well as noted that "black activists have raised the call for an end to violence, not an escalation of it" here:

      http://blacklivesmatter.com/the-black-lives-matter-network-advocates-for-dignity-justice-and-respect/

      The New York Times reported that BLM leader DeRay McKesson called for an end to violence here:

      http://www.nytimes.com/live/police-shooting-in-baton-rouge/black-lives-matter-leader-calls-for-peace/


      As reported by Time, a local
      BLM leader in Minnesota denounced violence:

      http://time.com/4400330/st-paul-protests-philando-castile-black-lives-matter/

      Have said as far back as 2014 that "an eye for an eye is not their vision of justice" here:

      http://m.huffpost.com/us/entry/6362400

      And have condemned the slaying of police officers here:

      http://www.oregonlive.com/today/index.ssf/2016/07/leaders_of_black_lives_matter.html

      Of course, that all forgets that BLM is a terrorist organization because white supremacists say so, and are openly salivating over a "race war":

      http://leagueofthesouth.com/how-long-white-man/

      So, yeah. Still waiting for you to present evidence, only you don't have any. All you have is rhetoric and hyperbole. Connie has not named one individual connected to BLM who threw any bricks or set any fires.

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    6. Connie, the RSCI was not who was in Richmond to protest against the continuance of white supremacy, that's the entire point. It was many groups, all with one narrative. The Flaggers opposed no one. They stood down while the Left walked all over "Heritage". You are trying to make this a "one group issue", it isn't. You are just trying to distract from the fact that y'all FAILed to defend your ancestors.

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