Wednesday, July 29, 2015

Silent Simpson

I haven't seen where Simpson condemned or disapproved of threats to people and damage to property connected with the war on Confederate heritage. That means he supports threats and damage like the ones below. I will be updating this post with more accounts of attacks on people and vandalism to private property as reports reach me. We will see if Simpson maintains silence, and thus his tacit approval of physical attacks and property damage/vandalism, or whether he will speak out against them.

Click the links below images to see videos they were taken from.  Documented theft and confessed (bragged about) theft. Reports, images and videos such as these are increasingly showing up on Facebook and elsewhere.
Blatant theft from a private residence
Update: Reports indicate that likely this incident occurred in Sarasota, Florida. It has been called into the police there hundreds of times and the video has been viewed 5 million times.

Blatant theft from a vehicle (thief was lucky there weren't any traffic accidents)
Thiefs are heroes now. Who will be the next heroes? Rapists? Murderers?

Bragging on theft of flag from vehicle 
Pascagoula, Mississippi -- arson and spray-paint vandalism reported by WXXV Channel 23.
Group who vandalized Nathan Bedford Forrest's grave in Memphis says they will bring a backhoe and dig up his remains themselves.
And Simpson remains silent. That means he approves of violent physical attacks (including multiple attackers on one person) just for carrying a Confederate flag, and vandalism/property damage to both public and private property.

But then, we know he loves stories of violence and rape, especially involving slaves (or just blacks?), from his "review" of some preliminary notes for a novel I'm considering writing. Read about it in the right sidebar. ====>

If he disapproved, he has the perfect vehicle for saying so ... his own blog. So far, nothing. 


  1. Simpson sez he HAS condemned or disapproved of threats to people and damage to property connected with the war on Confederate heritage -- he condemned Anonymous CSA. Of course, that's not what I meant. I meant threats to heritage folks and their property, which is happening from one corner of Dixie to another.

    But as far as Anonymous CSA goes, the state police in Virginia said there were no threats, and there were no reports of the video doing any property damage, so he really hasn't condemned or disapproved of anything.

    He also sez, "And so the exchanges continue, with damage being done to Confederate monuments and reports of a series of incidents (several of them videotaped) of people going after Confederate flags, stealing them defacing monuments, and so on." Presumably, "And so on" would include flag supporters getting beat up....

    Now he notes, "Word comes from Atlanta that several Confederate flags popped up at Ebenezer Baptist Church and the Martin Luther King Historic Site, where the civil rights leader was buried." This is written under the subject "More From the Heritage of Hate."

    Of course, it isn't a heritage of hate, except to people like him. And the "popping up" flags -- they weren't spray painted on any buildings, right? They were just small flags lying on the ground, right? And we dn't know who put them there. Until we do, and they tell us what their motivation was, we can only speculate, not know.


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