Despite An All Out Assault, The Confederacy Marches On

Many of you have probably seen the latest hit piece from one of the Anti-Confederate bloggers, claiming that 2017 will go down as the “year the monuments came down”. The haters and monument destroyers are declaring total victory and dancing in the streets.

Most people in the heritage community know all too well that symbols of Confederate history have been targeted for removal since the Charleston tragedy in 2015. Although the perpetrator of that atrocity had nothing to do with Confederate heritage, those who hate our heritage saw an opportunity and seized it.

There had been calls for removal of flags and monuments, and renaming of streets and parks for several years, but the calls grew louder and more strident after 2015. The Southern Poverty Law Center devoted a great deal of time and effort to charting the monuments’ locations — and slandering them as tokens of Jim Crowism due to the time periods in which they were erected.

What the SPLC doesn’t admit is the fact that the “spikes” in their chart showing periods of monument raising coincided with the 25th, 50th and 100th anniversaries of the War Between the States, not Jim Crow legislation.

Despite the voices clamoring

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(The opinions in this article are the opinions of the author and do not necessarily represent the views of Southern Nation News or SN.O.)

2 comments on “Despite An All Out Assault, The Confederacy Marches On
  1. James Owen says:

    Southern Independence will solve this, and many other problems.

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