Heritage Victim Mentality: The University of Mississippi's Stadium Policies...

(Image courtesy of the University of Mississippi.)






Folks, there is no "police state" at the University of Mississippi. What there are, are rules, regulations and laws that, which, while we may not all agree on, we should all be expected to follow. Herein lies the problem. Heritage folks have no respect for the rule of law.  They are a bunch of fully grown, permanently entitled infants, with humongous chips on their shoulders, who feel that they can turn their noses up at authority whenever they feel like it. Well, I hate to break the bad news to them, but they can keep trying to mock authority, but the only thing that it is going to do for them is land them in jail or facing fines. So y'all keep on, keepin' on, because I am going to relish every second of watching you FAIL so miserably each and every day. Maybe y'all should channel more of that energy into your "successes", like raising hate flags? LOL! Here are some of those pesky "rules" that they love to hate so much.








(Images courtesy of the University of Mississippi)





Those elusive facts, always tripping the Heritage folks up.







Restoring the honor!







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  1. "Heritage folks have no respect for the rule of law."

    Indeed. When are heritage folks going to quit gathering in mobs, rioting, looting, burning whole neighborhoods, beating people up?

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    1. First off, we know who YOU are referring to and we know that folks like YOU hate them passionately, and we know WHY.

      Please name just one whole neighborhood that has been burned to the ground. Stop generalizing. Be specific. Point to some facts and data which support your white supremacist beliefs. Why do you not ever offer facts that support your arguments?

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    2. Hate them passionately? Why would I hate them at all? I disapprove of what they're doing (just as I disapprove of cops, or anyone else, violently breaking the law) and I disapprove of the free pass they are given for doing it. See, this is a leftist lie -- claiming that disapproval of (or diagreement with, or criticism of) is hate.

      The news stories don't identify the neighborhoods by name.

      Not offer facts? Are you saying they haven't burned neighborhoods? The news reports are lying? The images and videos are lying?

      So it is white supremacist to disapprove of such lawlessness -- so completely out of proportion to what they are "protesting."

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    3. Define "them".

      Your claim was that whole neighborhoods have been burned, that's a lie, flat out. Show me one news report of an entire neighborhood that was burned down, just one.

      It's white supremacist to think that you aren't a part of the problem, and clearly, you don't.

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    4. Them = rioters. Do you ever read/watch the news?

      It's not a lie. I use the term "whole neighborhoods" to distinguish the massive arson in these riots from burning a single store/structure.

      It isn't white supremacist to think I'm not part pf the problem, because I'm not.

      So tell me when heritage folks "who have no respect for the rule of law" have gathering in mobs, rioted, looted, burned ANY PORTION of a neighborhoods, and beat people up?"

      When you hold everyone to the same standard of respecting the rule of law, you may have a point now and them. But you don't, so you don't.

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  2. "Banners and signs in Vaught-Hemingway can obstruct the view of other fans."

    Oh, but inflatable sharks and enormous inflatable smiley faces don't obstruct the view. Note that some of these were handed out at recent games *by university personnel*, as video and photo evidence shows. This one act negates all related "policies" and removes from Ole Miss the authority to enforce these rules.

    With its war on Confederate heritage and symbols, and its violation of its own rules, Ole Miss has divested itself of integrity, and basically has no moral authority for enforcing stadium policies. I hope fans continue their non-violent protest and defiance of these repressive, discriminatory and unethical "policies."

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  3. 1) No it doesn't.

    2) Me too. Please, by all means, keep going. Bleed yourselves dry.

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  4. 1. Yes. If you don't obey your own policies, you neutralize your authority to enforce them.

    2. You don't mean that. The more we stand up for our heritage, the more liberal heads, including yours, will explode.

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  5. Nice. First response violated the first rule of the flowchart. No discussion possible until the rules are followed.

    Of course, this whole post pretty much shows that some people are not going to follow the rules.

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    1. Some people just can't participate in discussions. It shows that they lack the capacity for rational thought or a desire to engage in meaningful dialogue. She obviously is not a scholar.

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    2. The Heritage movement is being shown for just what it is. They have no strategy to push back against the truth being revealed. They flail like fish out of water with each embarrassing episode after episode. No facts, no data, no argument, devoid of any substance. Nothing but pure emotion, which is what leads them to arrests and fines.

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    3. Dimmy, I participate in discussions. All you do is namecall and bear false witness.

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    4. She keeps staying out of the discussion. It's pretty sad. I've got students fresh out of high school who engage in great discussions. Oh wait, they want to learn and value education. They're not in class to stick with a belief system rooted in myths and lies like KKKonnie's.

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  6. https://mississippiconservativedaily.com/2016/10/05/when-fascism-came-to-ole-miss/#more-3692

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    1. Yes, only the expectation of adherence to the rules and law isn't fascism, but thanks for playing.

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    2. The laws are fascism. But it isn't "expectation of adherence to the rules and law." It is bullying, harassment, trumped up charges, etc.

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    3. Is it fascist to keep murderers in prison? To arrest crack cocaine dealers? How about embezzlement? Must be fascist to lock people that embezzle money up too? What laws do you support? What authority do you respect?

      Y'all keep playing games and we'll keep laughing our asses off!

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    4. The laws under discussion -- the ones that this THREAD is about -- are the stadium/flag laws/rules/policies at Ole Miss... sheesh. See, your comment timestamped 11:55 AM is in response to Jessie's link about OLE MISS. It's not keeping murders in prison, etc. Is it even possible for you to argue honestly?

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