National Alliance of Faith and Justice a cog in the Virginia Flaggers propaganda machine?

You know what P.T. Barnum allegedly said?... (Image courtesy of Facebook)









"A few weeks ago, Grayson received an intriguing invitation from the President of the National Alliance of Faith and Justice to join them for a dialogue with participants in their moving classroom, as it travels from DC to Alabama this week. She had followed the stories of the Fredericksburg I-95 Battle Flag with great interest since she lives in Stafford, and was hoping to facilitate a lesson on the front end of their journey that would embrace all sides of the discussion. She felt that connecting with someone from the Virginia Flaggers was important to that discussion, and set out to make contact with us. After some discussion and prayer, and based on our positive interaction with the group's president, we decided to accept the invitation and agreed to meet with them.
Thursday night, we joined them for supper, and shared information about who we are, what we do, and presented historical information regarding our flags. What was scheduled as a 15 minute presentation turned into an over hour long question, answer, and discussion period, covering many topics and issues regarding the Confederate flag. Though often passionate, the discourse was at all times courteous and respectful, and we appreciated the opportunity to let our voice (and that of our Confederate ancestors) be heard."





Now folks, do you think the Flaggers told them all about how they have a flag on this man's property?






Restoring the honor!




Comments

  1. P.T. Barnum said, "Without promotion, something terrible happens. Nothing."

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    1. An hour is an awful long time. I'm sure they would have loved to have heard about Dennis Durham, and his advocating for segregation. I can't help but wonder if Susan showed them the photos of her and Durham together. Or maybe they'd like to hear about how some folks are banned from Raymond Agnor's flag based on skin color? That would've been a real chestnut to share.

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    2. Why are you sure of that? The handful of people you constantly focus on (which deliberately gives the wrong impression, btw) are extremely peripheral to the VaFlaggers. F'rinstance, they lease some land from Agnor. Is a lessee an ideological clone of whoever they lease from? Risible notion. And some are not connected at all. Give it up, Jacob. Your smear attempts are based on faulty logic and contemptible motives.

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    3. Outta my face with that mess.

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  2. Well if nothing else, at least the Flaggers got their photo op.

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  3. "After some discussion and prayer, and based on our positive interaction with the group's president" - Why so much angst? I'll admit to ignorance on these types of beforehand discussions. I'm just a feel-good indoctrinee; but, why the assumption that it's going to be a bad interaction? The VaFlaggers are an inclusive group that are concerned with preserving their culture that was fighting for the betterment of all people... or so we're told...

    Video of this discussion would be fantastic.

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    1. I'm hearing there might be some Scientology shenanigans here. Check Google.

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    2. Hard to find video evidence...they might have to explain themselves if they post the videos of these events.

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