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June 20, 2015 -- According to CNN flying the Confederate flag is just plain mean.

"Outrageous. Unthinkable. Cruel."

The flag of the South was not always a symbol of racism. That mental mantra was a product of the mainstream Marxist media; a ploy to displace a wholesome symbol of heritage with an icon of hate. In short, the flag is considered racist because the media convinced us through incessant mind manipulation.

What the media did to the Confederate flag, it is doing to the American flag.

The syllogistic strategy is simple:

a - Embed the mindset that racism is the ultimate evil.
b - Associate [fill in the blank] with racism.
c. [Fill in the blank] is hated as ultimately evil. 

That is why referring to a white person as a racist is the ultimate pejorative; a disgusting act of hatred.

In time, all symbols of Western culture -- including flags, statues, place names, icons, etc. -- will be removed.

We see the displacement working harmoniously in the United States, South Africa, and Europe. It is a component of genocide; the willful and intentional destruction of Western culture; white people in particular.

How so?

Consider this quote from Raphael Lemkin, the person who coined the term "genocide" in 1943:

Generally speaking, genocide does not necessarily mean the immediate destruction of a nation, except when accomplished by mass killings of all members of a nation. It is intended rather to signify a coordinated plan of different actions aiming at the destruction of essential foundations of the life of national groups, with the aim of annihilating the groups themselves. The objectives of such a plan would be the disintegration of the political and social institutions, of culture, language, national feelings, religion, and the economic existence of national groups, and the destruction of the personal security, liberty, health, dignity, and even the lives of the individuals belonging to such groups. 
That is, genocide is not merely the slaughter of humans belonging to a specific ethnic group or race. Rather, genocide was understood by the man who originated the term, as various actions targeting the "social institutions, of culture, language, national feelings, religion, and the economic existence" of particular groups.

Take note that multiculturalism boasts of inclusion, but refuses to include tradition Southern culture in its pantheon of people groups. Cultural Marxism stigmatizes white people as racist and exclusively associates them with human ailments such as slavery.

The media's recent brain-ingraining coverage of the church massacre in Charleston is an act of genocide intended to mischaracterize white Americans as uniquely racist. The media's refusal to provide equal wall-to-wall coverage of rampant black-on-white crime is a part of its genocidal agenda.

Read the article posted by CNN.

As you read be consciously aware that your mind is being exposed to white genocide.

In short, the effort to remove the Confederate flag is not an effort opposing racism. Rather, the effort itself is anti-white racism.

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Listen as Rev. TD Jakes speaks to the importance of symbols and, as you listen, consider the Confederate flag is symbol and its destruction is an act of hate and white genocide.

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  1. I just bought another Confederate Battle flag from E bay.$5.88. Just in case they try to make it illegal to sell them or some such BS.I don't like it when "THEY" tell me I "can;t have that"!

  2. R - A - C - E is the most feared word in the English language by the left, unless they are using it themselves in their campaign to destroy Western Christian civilization. Racial realism is simply the ability to study the races of mankind without resorting to the shibboleths of political correctness.

  3. Use the Stars & Bars. The P.G.T. Beauregard Battle Flag isn't even the official flag of the CSA... and morons that hate history don't understand that.
    Just look at Georgia and their state flag.

    1. The Stars and Bars looks too much like the Stars and Stripes, for me. If you want "officially adopted", I prefer the Third National. However, the Confederate saltire is the most beautiful and enduring symbol of opposition to oppressive, and increasingly antiWhite, federal policy.