Arlene Barnum, black Confederate reenactor?

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Oh yeah. I say roll with it Auntie Ruckus! Folks, I cannot wait for this. I just hope her acting is better than her debut last year.







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Restoring the honor!





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  1. New Orleans Times, February 28, 1867-

    The Philadelphia Age has the following suggestive paragraph:

    The following comes to us from good authority, and is a pungent satire on American republicanism as administered by the revolutionists. A firm in Nashville, one of the largest and most respectable mercantile houses in the West, paying annually many thousand dollars of taxes, and, doubtless, well known to most of our Market street merchants, has, including clerks, six persons employed in the concern besides the porter, who is a negro. The latter is now the only one of the whole concern who is allowed a vote under the present Brownlow constitution.

    The point of the joke is, that the negro was the bitterest rebel of all, and was an officer's servant in the late rebel army, and when fighting by his master's side, he was the third man over the ramparts of Fort Pillow, where he fell like an avenging thunderbolt upon the negroes--who so gallantly surrendered that stronghold.

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    1. The issue here is that this is one man's account three years after the Massacre at Fort Pillow. No names are given or units listed to enable anyone to check for accuracy. This "negro" is still listed as a servant and we are to assume he "fought" next to his mater's side.

      The article provides enough to make it seem legit, but leaves much to be desired in terms of actual evidence of such events.

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  2. She's been setting them up. Here comes the payoff.

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  3. I'm wondering...
    ...if the "anti-racists" like Jimmy Dick, Brooks Simpson, Kevin Levin, Andy Hall, Al Mackey, &c, and all of their (white) followers laugh when they see Arlene Barnum described as "Auntie Ruckus."

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    1. Probably. They think THEIR hatred is okay.

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    2. No. I think it's in poor taste ... like most of your posts, or Chastain's whining. I think it smacks or racism and condescending behavior toward blacks ... like most of your posts, or Chastain's whining. Clearly you find Chastain's bigotry and intolerance acceptable. You're just too skeered to express your support under your own name. What a coward. So much for real Confederate heritage.

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    3. I'd say if she knew the reference, she'd probably embrace it. Heritage groups, KKK, etc... She's all about breaking stereotypes.

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    4. "I think it smacks or racism and condescending behavior toward blacks"

      "Ruckus" has been posted on your site before and you raised no objection. So you must approve of it...

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    5. Arlene Barnum is absolutely a caricature of a caricature. Now she's defending Neo-Nazis on her Facebook. "Uncle Ruckus" is a cartoon character from the series "The Boondocks" abd Auntie Ruckus is a character from the real-life series "Confederate Heritage".

      https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Uncle_Ruckus

      Here is the evil racist responsible for Barnum's counterpart:

      https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Aaron_McGruder


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    6. "Ruckus" has been posted on your site before and you raised no objection. So you must approve of it...

      You've posted racist stuff on my blog and I've let it pass. Silence is not endorsement. However, as you endorse Chastain, you're a racist and a bigot. Thanks for the admission. Not that we didn't already know.

      Even you know you're stupid ... thus you hide behind your fake name. That's why Chastain can't complain about screen names. She'd reveal herself to be a hypocrite. Not that we didn't already know that, too.

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  4. You say roll with it. You can't wait. You hope her acting its better....

    What business is it of yours?

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    1. And what business of it is yours?

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    2. And exactly what business is it of yours?

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