The absurdity of "Heritage Not Hate"...

Our old buddy Dirty D. (Images courtesy of Facebook)





Folks, "Heritage Not Hate" is a total lie. The Confederate Heritage movement is intertwined with various racist groups and individuals. The truth of the matter is that the Rainbows are every bit as much racist as any given hate group, they are just terrified of being called mean words. Ask yourself, when was the last time a hate group member was ejected from a Heritage event? Answer? Never. The truth is that the Heritage movement is afraid to cause any ripples. If they do, who will attend their rallies? How will they raise their flags if they alienate their base by being politically correct?






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  1. ~~ Folks, "Heritage Not Hate" is a total lie. ~~

    It's not a lie. It's just reactionary and defensive, when neither one is necessary.

    ~~ The Confederate Heritage movement is intertwined with various racist groups and individuals. ~~

    Nope. No intertwining. Some white nationalists and such sometimes attend heritage events hoping to recruit, like Matt Heimbach did. You notice he wasn't successful with the VaFlaggers and hasn't tried to associate with them in years. That's pretty typical.

    ~~ The truth of the matter is that the Rainbows are every bit as much racist as any given hate group, they are just terrified of being called mean words.~~

    Nope. Calling them "racists" and "haters" is lying about them. It is the substitution of "racism" and "hate" for things like disagreement, disapproval, criticism, etc. all of which may be perfectly logical and accurate.

    ~~ Ask yourself, when was the last time a hate group member was ejected from a Heritage event? Answer? Never.~~

    You can't say that unless you know all heritage events that have ever been held, and every single person who attended each one. And which, if any, of those attendees were members of hate groups. Besides, "hate group member" has been used to label people who aren't about hate at all. It's just the usual leftist lying and claptrap, because leftists are extremely doubtful of their own morals, but instead of improving themselves, they make themselves "feel better" by portraying others as worse.

    ~~ The truth is that the Heritage movement is afraid to cause any ripples.~~

    They cause ripples -- and waves -- quite frequently. (This blog is nothing but ripples and waves but, of course, they aren't caused by the Heritage movement. They are caused by your hatred of it, and of those who support it.

    ~~ If they do, who will attend their rallies? ~~

    Heritage people attend the rallies.

    ~~ How will they raise their flags if they alienate their base by being politically correct?~~

    Hate groups are not the Heritage movement's base. Political correctness is a pernicious effort by the left to control what people thing by controlling what they can say ... or, at least, by pitching hissies over what they say.

    Why are you so willing and eager to tell such lies? What does it do for you? Have you swallowed the leftist lies whole? That white people have caused all the world's evils? And that blacks are virtuous and above criticism simply because they experienced oppression in the past? Do you honestly believe that your way of seeing the civil war is the only way and everyone MUST see it your way, and if they don't they are racists and haters?

    Where did these bizarre beliefs of yours and your malicious motives that result in your invidious claims and "reports" -- where did they come from? They're troublesome. This blog bespeaks a very unhealthy and erratic creator....

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    1. Should be "...to control what people think...."

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    2. "Heritage not hate" is a lie. The "heritage" is built on hate. Just because you don't view it as "hate" doesn't mean that's not what it is.

      " No intertwining. Some white nationalists and such sometimes attend heritage events hoping to recruit, like Matt Heimbach did. You notice he wasn't successful with the VaFlaggers and hasn't tried to associate with them in years. " - That's the definition of intertwining. Why would they show up at these events to recruit if they didn't view it as fertile grounds? They weren't at anti-heritage group rallies.

      I'd say Heimbach moved on because he outgrew the Flagger-movement. Found broader horizons, like Trump rallies and his own movement. But, as has been demonstrated just on this blog, there's no shortage of hate group attendees that show up at flagger events.

      "You can't say that unless you know all heritage events that have ever been held, and every single person who attended each one." - Back to the ol' double standard. You love hanging onto this technicality, but you love using this same tactic to attack those groups you don't like.

      "They cause ripples -- and waves -- quite frequently." - Just amongst their own with their squabbling over what they really are. Although, I guess, making fools of the local media with false claims of the "largest" rag, then I guess that might be a wave.

      "Heritage people attend the rallies." - Remember, the Heritage is Hate.

      "Political correctness is a pernicious effort by the left to control what people thing by controlling what they can say ... or, at least, by pitching hissies over what they say." - How dare they have an opinion on your opinion. The gall of some people.

      But, since your political views fuel your opinions, you're attempting to be PC, by your own standard. Just by calling something PC, you're able to dismiss without any real thought.

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    3. It's not hate, sledridge. Just because you are looking for people to demonize so you can feel better about yourself, that doesn't make it hate.

      They showed up hoping to recruit. It didn't happen so they went away. That's not interwtwining.

      Just giving Jacob and fellower travelers a taste of their own medicine.
      Heritage is not hate.

      Political correctness is FAR more than having opinions about other people's opinions. Geez...

      Oh,no. I know exactly what it is, and that is why I dismiss it and fight it. Political correctness is the left's first line attack method for destroying American culture and replacing it with something else. All cultures evolve over time, but that's not what PC is. It is a deliberate, a movement to change the cultural institutions that keep the culture functioning. Education (already lost to the commie leftists) entertainment and the popular culture, the media, especially the news media, business and industry, and, of course, the government.

      Study up on the Frankfurt School and Antonio Gramsci. That's PC explained.


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