Archive For The “Southern Nationalism” Category

One Aspect Of the New Civil War–Censorship!

One Aspect Of the New Civil War–Censorship!

​by Al Benson Jr. You can always tell someone is being effective when their adversaries attempt to have them censored. Part of the civil war raging between the legitimately elected Trump administration and its adversaries in the Deep State/Shadow Government is the attempted censorship by the Deep State against any and all who speak up…

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Anything Is Nice If It Come From Dixieland

Anything Is Nice If It Come From Dixieland

By Brion McClanahanAbbeville InstituteIn October 1901, President Theodore Roosevelt invited Booker T. Washington to dine at the executive mansion. This was an unprecedented move. No African-American had ever been asked to dine with the president, and while neither Roosevelt or his staff said much of the event, it was surely done in the spirit of reconciliation…

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Redshirt Revolt: Hamburg Showdown

Redshirt Revolt: Hamburg Showdown

Identity Dixie – Reconstruction is really a neglected and usually ignored history among the Far Right. The fact that states like South Carolina and Mississippi were actually able to rebound from negro domination in states where whites were the minority is inspirational, to say the least. In effect, the South basically managed to avoid ending…

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Ongoing “Reconstruction”

Ongoing “Reconstruction”

by Al Benson Jr.Member, Board of Directors, Confederate Society of AmericaI have an email friend who is a fellow Copperhead. Like me, he was born in the bleak atmosphere of a New England that was affected by the cold chill of Unitarianism. It affected where he lived as it affected where I lived. Probably neither…

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Colonel Baldwin Meets Mr. Lincoln

Colonel Baldwin Meets Mr. Lincoln

By John M. Taylor  Reprinted from  abbevilleinstitute.org​ This essay is Chapter 13 in Mr. Taylor’s Union At All Costs: From Confederation to Consolidation(2016).“I supported President Lincoln. I believed his war policy would be the only way to save the country, but I see my mistake. I visited Washington a few weeks ago, and I saw the corruption…

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Will Tribalism Trump Democracy?

Will Tribalism Trump Democracy?

By Patrick J. Buchanan On July 19, the Knesset voted to change the nation’s Basic Law. Israel was declared to be, now and forever, the nation-state and national home of the Jewish people. Hebrew is to be the state language. Angry reactions, not only among Israeli Arabs and Jews, came swift. Allan Brownfeld of the American…

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Southern Rights Clubs Now!

Southern Rights Clubs Now!

– Many conservatives have been ignoring the fact that their GOP is already doomed. They seem to try to ignore current demographics and think they can somehow hold power with a non-white majority. They are failing to rid America of even the illegal immigrants committing violence and selling drugs. Heck, they can’t even stop a…

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Save Our Southern Speech! – 

Save Our Southern Speech! – 

  Identity Dixie – One thing I love doing when I meet new people is listening real close to their words and picking up what accent they have before I ask, “where are you from?” If they have an accent that sounds mixed, that gives me an idea of what kind of family they might…

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In U.S., Sometimes CIA Eat You

In U.S., Sometimes CIA Eat You

Gold, Goats ‘n Guns – The First U.S. Civil War is here. The real Civil War. The one between We the People and the Government itself. The U.S. Civil War fought by Lincoln is badly mis-named.  Rightly considered it was a war to prevent independence of the South from the united States (not a mistake in capitalization). …

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The 10 Causes of Southern Secession

The 10 Causes of Southern Secession

​By James W. King Historians have long debated the causes of the War Between the States and the Southern perspective differs greatly from the Northern perspective. Based upon the study of original documents of the War Between The States (Civil War) era and facts and information published by Confederate Veterans, Confederate Chaplains, Southern writers and…

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“They KNOW NOT What They Do”

“They KNOW NOT What They Do”

“They know not what they do” the words of Jesus the Christ from the cross. Or do they?First Christ said: “Forgive them, Father (God)!Do the PONS/ACTIVISTS actually know which subversive leaders are putting them up to it? Blind? Stupid? Are the not so blind leading the truly blind? That’s probably the question we should be…

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Is Dixie a Captive Nation?

Is Dixie a Captive Nation?

By James Ronald Kennedy ​ Is the South today a captive nation? Most Southerners would never consider the question—most likely because they would deem the issue to be absurd. But is it inane to ask such a question—is it forbidden in politically correct America to ask such a “confrontational” question? Conservatives would immediately dismiss such rhetorical questions…

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Richard Henry Lee

Richard Henry Lee

By Brion McClanahan Richard Henry Lee was a patriot, Anti-Federalist, and statesman from his “country,” Virginia.  He led the charge for independence in 1776 and was a powerful figure in Virginia political life.  He served one term as president of the Continental Congress and was elected a United States Senator from Virginia immediately after the ratification…

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Zimbabwe 2.0? Land Confiscation Will Damage South Africa’s Food Production, Says Rights Group

Zimbabwe 2.0? Land Confiscation Will Damage South Africa’s Food Production, Says Rights Group

Editor’s note: This story has been reported on by the CSA for several years now. The confiscation of white farms and redistribution based on the Zimbabwe model has been going on since the ANC took power. The murder and pillage of the farmers and their families is brushed aside by the government as just normal…

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It’s Always the Leftists That Promote Wars–Civil or Otherwise

It’s Always the Leftists That Promote Wars–Civil or Otherwise

It’s Always the Leftists That Promote Wars–Civil or Otherwise. That seems to be what most of the current internet conversation is saying nowadays. In spite of all their blather about “peace and love” the Leftists are really nothing but cultural Marxist war mongers. They seek to promote candidates and ideas that will absolutely devastate this…

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Having an American Identity

Having an American Identity

By Paul Gottfried​​Every now and then one encounters an illustration of what’s wrong with conservatism, inc. that’s so egregious that one feels obliged to comment. And this happened to me just the other day! On June 14 Townhall featured an essay in support of John James, the Republican senatorial candidate in Michigan. This commentary almost managed to get…

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Observations on Vicksburg

Observations on Vicksburg

by Al Benson Jr. Member, Board of Directors, Confederate Society of America Recently I attended a meeting where the guest speaker was Samuel W. Mitcham Jr., who has been a history professor at several colleges here in the South. He has written several books about World War 2, and also some about the War of…

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Is Secession Treason?

Is Secession Treason?

By Brion McClanahan reposted from the Abbeville Review A review of With Malice Toward Some: Treason and Loyalty in the Civil War Era by William A. Blair (University of North Carolina Press, 2014) and Secession on Trial: The Treason Prosecution of Jefferson Davis by Cynthia Nicoletti (Cambridge University Press, 2017). Was the act of secession in 1860-61 treason? This is…

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Obama White House Tried To Make Hay Before the Sun Shined

Obama White House Tried To Make Hay Before the Sun Shined

by Al Benson Jr. Member, Board of Directors, Confederate Society of America There was an interesting article on https://www.thegatewaypundit.com for June 1st about how the Obama White House sought to  take over the “Spygate” investigation. The information came from John Solomon, who writes for The Hill.  I will give you Mr. Solomon’s quote below. John…

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Yankee Sanctification

Yankee Sanctification

​By  Dissident Mama ​​“It was my first introduction to damn Yankees,” my oldest sister remarked of her first semester at James Madison University in the fall of 1982. It was here, at this university nestled in the mountains of Virginia and named after one of the state’s most famous sons, that her Northern dormitory suite-mates…

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