Friday, February 20, 2015

She's Still Confused


Why yes, Blogger-too-skeered-to-identify-yourself. I remember the "I learned it from you, Dad" anti-drug commercials. But for your cockamamie post and the commercial to be analogous, the kid in the video would've had to learn from his father's drug abuse that hasn't occurred at the time of the confrontation -- and won't occur until ten years in the future.

You really should think through some of the >cough cough< ideas you dream up before you, you know, put 'em on the Internet....

And another look at flogger dishonesty....

In the next post at her anonymous smear-blog, you'll find this:

Well, what we can expect from AnonFlogger is tight-focusing on what she thinks is great material for smearing heritage folks, and ignoring everything else.  She didn't show us, for example, all the people who DIDN'T respond the way Stephen Burns did, just she didn't show us all the heritage folks who DIDN'T flag MLK's church in Montgomery.

That's the way it is with these attack-floggers. Zero in on the tiny, tiny negative element, and hope people are stupid enough to imagine they are the whole. Whatever you do, don't show the multitudes of good, decent folks in Southern heritage -- don't acknowledge in any way that they exist...

Injure the innocent. That's the flogger way....

See, this is what happens when you find stuff on the internet you know little to nothing about and draw delusory conclusions about it.

Anonymous Flogger makes a post titled, "I learned it from watching you Matt." The post begins with a screenshot of Facebook comment thread discussing an image of a girl running with two Third Nationals billowing out behind her. She's in front of a monument with a quote from MLK engraved on it.

Presumably, the title of the post is supposed to reflect the thoughts of the girl in the photo and, by extension, the Southern heritage community.

It is impossible to tell from the screenshot what Facebook group or personal timeline it was taken from. In any case, a comment by Susan Hathaway suggests that "we don't have any business near monuments like that with our flags. What's the point of this?"

Someone replies, "You'd have to ask the girl."

Susan: "Well then, I don't think posting or sharing helps our cause. Just my opinion."

Someone asks what monument it is. The original poster says, "It's some MLK thing," and Susan confirms, "It is an MLK Monument." (Actually, that is a mistake, as we shall see, although one can see how someone who is unfamiliar with it might think it's an MLK monument, judging by the engraved quote.)

AnonFlogger asks, "Now where oh where would the Confederate heritage crowd pick up an idea like this? Oh, yeah..." ("This" being what she mistakenly assumes is flagging MLK monuments.)

She follows that  with a photo of Matt Heimbach standing in front of the Dexter Avenue Baptist Church with a battle flag.

There's just a couple of problems with the associations she's making and the conclusions she's drawing -- but those problems make all the difference in the world. Moreover, they illustrate clearly that AnonFlogger is interested in smearing, and she'll take anything that looks smearworthy -- truth and accuracy be hanged.

First, as I said, the people discussing the photo in the Facebook thread are mistaken about the memorial in the picture. It is not a memorial to MLK, though he is quoted. It is the Southern Poverty Law Center's Civil  Rights Memorial.

Second, protesting the SPLC -- an ultra-leftist, anti-Christian "watchdog" group that slanders, smears and lies for money -- is NOT the same as protesting an MLK monument. Not even close.

And that's what the girl in the photo is doing. She's protesting the SPLC. Although she is only about a block from the church where Heimback is photographed, she is separated from him in time by about TEN YEARS.

Heimback's photo appears to be dated around 2012.

The protest of the SPLC, on the other hand, occurred in 2002 or 2003 or so, after the League of the South** National Conference in Montgomery.

Just out of curiosity, how can somebody learn from watching something that won't happen for another decade? And since Heimbach took his sleazy stand in front of the church in 2012 or so, how many Southern heritage folks have followed his lead and shown up to protest MLK memorials? If so, where, and why doesn't AnonFlogger have pictures?

If memory serves, the photo of the girl with the Third Nationals was made by a photographer with the Montgomery Advertiser, and appeared in the newspaper. It's entirely possible that the photographer staged the photo by asking the girl to run past the civil rights memorial. Most of the protesters were a little way down the sidewalk from the memorial, the better to be seen by folks across the street in the Poverty Palace.

So really, the only thing we're learning here is that people who slander Southern heritage folks (trying to smear them with the white nationalists they are so obsessed with) is that they aren't very smart, or else they aren't real scrupulous.  Maybe both.

**This was also long before the League radicalized, accepted young, overly race-conscious members, and took down its statement on racism:

League of the South Statement on "Racism"
LS Board of Directors

The League of the South has never before issued a statement denying that it is "racist" because racism is a wax nose charge. Those who resort to this charge can never be satisfied. The more we deny it, the more we will be forced to deny it, until at last all that we will have time to do is to repel the latest charge of "racism." However, we make this one statement, to satisfy strangers of good will, that we bear no ill will or hatred to any racial, ethnic, or religious group.

We believe that Christianity and social order require that all people, regardless of race, must be equal before the law. We do not believe that the law should be used to persecute, oppress, or favour any race or class.

We believe that the only harmony possible between the races, as between all natural differences among human beings, begins in submitting to Jesus Christ's commandment to "love our neighbours as ourselves." That is the world we envision and work for.

We believe that the politics of race -- baiting whites against blacks and blacks against white has been profitable for politicians but catastrophic for the South and Southerners.

We believe that all Southerners - black and white - want and need the same things: a safe country for their families, liberty, and the Gospel of Jesus Christ.

We believe that the last thing the South's enemies want is to see black and white Southerners sitting down together to determine their common destiny and work for authentic harmony, a just social and economic order, and an independent South. We can't foretell precisely what that order will look like, but certainly it will not make room for diversity police and political correctness. Rather, we hope it will bring the greatest freedom for the greatest number of all races, and good will among them all.

The League of the South Board of Directors


  1. In the small minds of the flogger, truth and honesty are but a fable the lemmings can all agree on.

  2. You can always tell how much someone knows about history by the way they feel about Lincoln. Now that being said, let me add a little fuel to the fire.

    to Anom Blogger: lets add these criminals to the list with Lincoln--- Butler, Grant, Banks, Sherman. That should be enough for a start. Ever heard of 'em? I can back my claims up by historical fact. Wanna challenge me???? You will have to come in from the dark.

    George Purvis
    Cold Southern Steel
    Southern Heritage Advancement Preservation and Education

  3. They won't answer you, George. They think they're smart, and the rest of us are idiots. The North simply doesn't have a legal case to stand upon. Northern lawyers said that they'd loose in court, what they'd won on the battlefield, if they put Davis and the others on trial. All these people have are arguments from authority, which they don't have.

    1. Because they think they are smart is the reason I challenge them. I just love exposing these idiots for what they are.



Comments are welcome, but monitored.