That awkward moment when you get caught "liking" a post about a facist group who opposes equality and diversity...

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Folks, when they say it's about their "heritage", it is. You must first realize exactly whose "heritage" it is they are speaking of. They are fighting for white heritage, and white heritage only. Sure, they aren't going to admit to it, but just look how non-inclusive their movement is. Neo-Black Confederates are a very minuscule number of the heritage movement. So small in fact, that the subset is almost non-existent. If it weren't for the money the white folks pay them to show up to their events (to prove that they aren't racist), there would probably be next-to-none. I guess you could say the Neo-Black Confederates are nothing more than "useful idiots" to their white heritage masters. But I digress, now, what we have here is a Facebook post from one Everett Corley. Oh, come on. You remember Everett Corley. This here post is about Generation Identitaire, a trendy, white nationalist bloc who unfurled a banner above the frequently, Neo-Nazi fetishized Brandenburg Gate in Berlin, Germany, today. The Identitaire movement has been spreading across the globe in recent years, and the Southern Poverty Law Center has written two informative introductory pieces on the not so thinly veiled racist movement, which I highly suggest that you check out here and here. This is just more dressing up of white power, to make it more appealing for normies folks. That's not the surprising thing about the post though. Due to Corley's past appearance on a white nationalist podcast titled "The Ethno State" (which is a white power buzzword for racial segregation), we weren't shocked in the least to see him share this post. What we weren't expecting was who would go on to "like" the post. See for yourself:




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Yeah. I think you get it. Folks like this oppose multiculturalism and equality. It's not surprising that these are the same types of people who are supporting Donald Trump for President. Folks, I'm telling you, start popping that popcorn, because November is coming fast, and I'm expecting full-on meltdown in the event of a Trump loss.






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  1. White heritage is the only heritage under attack. And it's going on around the world.

    That might explain the fighting for it. Ya think?

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    1. The flaggers are attacking African-American Heritage...so explain how whites are being oppressed again?

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    2. The Flaggers aren't attacking African-American heritage. When/where/how do you fantasize that that's happened?

      Corey, who said anything about oppression? That's the trouble with you leftists. You can't (or won't) correctly and concisely use the language. Either you don't know what African-American means, or you don't know what attack means, or you don't know what oppression means -- or you do, and you're deliberately misusing them to muddy the water. And you a teacher....

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    3. So the south loses a war, but their descendants can fly the flag in which their ancestors fought under to keep blacks in bondage. Now when cities and states start removing those symbols from public spaces groups like the Va. Flaggers spitefully raise them all over the place with claims of "Heritage", yet most of those flaggers don't have a clue about the history behind the "heritage" they claim. Yeah, they are shoving that flag in the face of Blacks in this country to remind them who is in charge...now that the once pro-confederate southern governments are no longer standing with them.

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    4. What a paranoid fantasy would you live in. Our ancestors did not fight to keep blacks in bondage. They fought for independence and to protect their homes, families and communities from a brutal military invasion. You, in your moral deficiency, are lying about the Flaggers to make yourself feel superior, but Corey, moral superiority doesn't flow forth from hate and lies like yours, Jacob's, Dimmy's, Simpson's.... Corey, they know the history behind their heritage; you just disagree with it because YOU need to believe lies about that heritage. Who is in charge? Are you SERIOUS?Corey, the flippin' President of the United States is black. There are black senators, Congressmen, cabinet members, governors, mayors, CEOs.... I would warn you that the Taliban/ISIS-like attacks on symbols of our heritage are just the first step, and the symbols of YOURS or next, but I know you don't care about the symbols of your heritage. Neither does Jacob, Dimmy or Simpson. YOUR heritage is just a tool for bashing others. Your "concern" about black people is all for show, so your attacks and hatreds seem to have a justification (you're attacking people who want to oppress blacks)... But you don't care about them, or you would be helping them. I never see any of you do more than give gnat-buzz lip service to helping oppressed blacks, and most of the time not even that. They are remote and abstact. Most of you don't even live near blacks. Helping, caring, loving .... these are not in your repertoire. Hating and attacking is what gets your juices flowing. You all, not we, are the kind of folks who put people in concentration camps.....

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    5. "They fought for independence..." - to ensure the expansion of perpetual African, chattel slavery.

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    6. Expansion where? Seceding removed them from expansion into the western territories....

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    7. Expansion where they could find it. Maybe south. Maybe west. They already felt jilted by being blocked out of the western territories, despite their worst efforts. So, who's to say, if things had gone differently, they wouldn't have made a play on the West.

      But, too, the CSA had made sure they covered the situation of slavery expansion in their constitution:
      (3) The Confederate States may acquire new territory; and Congress shall have power to legislate and provide governments for the inhabitants of all territory belonging to the Confederate States, lying without the limits of the several Sates; and may permit them, at such times, and in such manner as it may by law provide, to form States to be admitted into the Confederacy. In all such territory the institution of negro slavery, as it now exists in the Confederate States, shall be recognized and protected be Congress and by the Territorial government; and the inhabitants of the several Confederate States and Territories shall have the right to take to such Territory any slaves lawfully held by them in any of the States or Territories of the Confederate States.

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    8. "Expansion where they could find it. Maybe south. Maybe west."

      LOL!! Very scholarly history, so well documented! "Who's to say"... the definitive words of the historian...

      Constitution... nice but useless without territory....

      What you are doing, sledridge, is STRAW GRASPING because you don't want to give up your cherished hatred of the South and its people past and present....

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    9. Actually, southern interest in expanding southward into the Caribbean is a well-known historical fact. You might start by reading some of Robert E. May's scholarship on the subject.

      Your ignorance of the past is showing again, Chastain. Or are you just being dishonest again?

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    10. "LOL!! Very scholarly history, so well documented! "Who's to say"... the definitive words of the historian" - Hey, flattery will get you everywhere.

      I don't have to give up a hatred I never had. I may disagree with them, but I don't hate them.

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    11. Offer the advice to sledridge. He's the one maybe-ing and who's-to-say-ing.

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    12. Only those who hide their own racism behind fake anti-racism....

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    13. "Offer the advice to sledridge. He's the one maybe-ing and who's-to-say-ing." - Uh, you don't have to tell me twice. Already ordered!

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  2. Thanks for admitting that you support racism ... and that so do the Virginia Flaggers.

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  3. Juvenile. Thanking somebody for doing something they didn't do as a childishly transparent way of accusing them of something. Nothing I said indicates I support racism. And neither do the Virginia Flaggers.

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    1. Your blog indicates differently about you. Perhaps that's why you abandoned it. Sales were bad enough as is. As for the Virginia Flaggers, there's ample evidence that many of its members endorse racism. So we are left to wonder whether you are dishonest, incompetent, or both.

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    2. You endorse racism, Simpson. So what?

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    3. Apparently Chastain believes that if she says it, it must be true.

      Getting desperate, aren't you?

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    4. Why, no, Simpson. I'm illustrating the fact that "racist" and "racism" has no objective definition anymore. It can be whatever anyone says it is. For example, I made the observation that white culture is under attack, and you deem that observation racist. See? If it the fluid, elastic definition of racism can be stretched to cover whatever words, beliefs or behavior of mine that YOU choose, it can be stretched to cover whatever words, beliefs and behavior of yours that I choose.

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    5. Just because you don't think something is racist, doesn't mean it isn't. You obviously have a biased towards white. So, your perception of what's "racist" is obviously skewed.

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    6. sledridge, is observing something about race racism? If so, this whole flippin' blog and a lot of what you post is racist. You judge what racism is by who is talking about it. You and I could say exactly the same thing about race, but you would deem my comments racist, and yours not.

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    7. Let's try that out. What have I said that you consider "racist"?

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    8. I don't recall anything you've said to be racist, but then I don't have the mentality that something spoken is racist because of who is speaking it.

      That said, you have posted a raft of bigoted remarks....

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    9. Chastain calls everyone with whom she disagrees racist.

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    10. I'd like a single example of a bigoted comment I've made.

      Sarcastic? Definitely. Facetious? Yeah. Poor taste? Probably. Bigoted? ...mmmm... I can't think of any. I don't say that anyone that disagrees with me is racist or is somehow dismissed with calls of "leftist" or "PC" or some other trite remarks. I let you speak for yourself.

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    11. Simpson, have you age regressed? That statement, "Chastain calls everyone with whom she disagrees racist," is so childishly and comically not true, you're making a fool of yourself by posting it. I disagree with various people about various things, but I only call those racists who are racists. And you are. You just hide it behind your jackass "antiracist" public statements.

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    12. So, because he isn't for the advancement of only white people, he's racist? Because of his historical view, he's a self-hating white?

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    13. Apparently Chastain thinks one isn't racist so lonmg as they are for white supremacy. That's where she stands.

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  4. Jacob, you and Brooks are classic leftist cowards. You hide behind anonymity, he hides behind his delete key. I wonder why he is so skeered to let my comments through at his blog? Afraid his extremely lack of integrity coupled with his extreme hate would show and he couldn't control what people thought about them?????

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    1. Perhaps you should compose a screech for your own blog?

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    2. I'm considering it. I have four more weeks of at-home bed-rest and recovery, although it is supposed to end gradually during that time. So I may consider it. But why are you both so skeered of opposing opinions?

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    3. You really have to do something about your anger, Connie.

      There are plenty of opposing opinions that appear on my blog. But, like you, I decide whether a comment's gone too far. You've crossed the line too often.

      But for you to say that someone's skeered of opposing opin ions ... fix up your own house first, and that of your skeered friends, the Flaggers. You're simply a hypocrite who now admits that your buddies and you are too skeered of dissent. Just more projection ... you may need help.

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    4. I don't have your long, long, long history of not allowing comments I disagree with, Simp. You're past help. Get some any way, just in case. But you're probably too far gone.

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    5. Chastain's getting upset again. Laughter ensues.

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    6. You really have to do something about your hate and hypocrisy, Simpson. Much of my anger is justified. Your hate and hypocrisy are not. The opposing opinions on your blog are about crap like historian disagreements and such. There are far more comments you allow at your blog that have gone much farther than anything I've posted. What you don't let through, Simpson, are points your herd-mentality sycophant readers don't often encounter, and you don't want them to encounter them.

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    7. In appropriate laughter at and ridicule of people -- an activity Simpson loves, going way back.

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    8. Poor frustrated Chastain. It's so sad to be her.

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    9. Simpson, that's a pathetic excuse for an intellectual response.

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    10. But you don't say that it's wrong. Thanks for admitting that it's sad to be you.

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    11. If it's an excuse, it's wrong. It's understood to be wrong, most reasonable people understand that.... And you are a flippin' PROFESSOR???

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    12. Frustrated again? It sure looks that way.

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  5. Multiculturalism

    The only cultures the "multiculturists" are for are those who vote in big numbers for the democratic party.

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  6. Connie, if the south fought for independence why did Mississippi in its official Declaration of Causes of Secession say this?

    "Our position is thoroughly identified with the institution of slavery-- the greatest material interest of the world. Its labor supplies the product which constitutes by far the largest and most important portions of commerce of the earth. These products are peculiar to the climate verging on the tropical regions, and by an imperious law of nature, none but the black race can bear exposure to the tropical sun. These products have become necessities of the world, and a blow at slavery is a blow at commerce and civilization. That blow has been long aimed at the institution, and was at the point of reaching its consummation. There was no choice left us but submission to the mandates of abolition, or a dissolution of the Union, whose principles had been subverted to work out our ruin."

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    1. Please don't befuddle Chastain with historical fact. That makes her head spin.

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    2. what you leftists present, simpson, isn't historical fact. It's picked and chosen for effect, for indoctrination.... I'm not befuddled by it, I just reject it because I know what it is.

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    3. So, you aren't going to respond to the historical fact given. Just complain our stance isn't historically correct.

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    4. I don't know how Connie can take actual quotes from an official Confederate document an pass it off as indoctrination?

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  7. Those are reasons for secession, Corey. Secession is a political act. Fighting is a military act. Secession is not war.

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    1. "Secession is not war." - Not according to a certain Robert Edward Lee.

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