Ethnic Cleansing of Dixie
Commentary by Billy Bearden
This past Sunday, we witnessed yet another
brutal assassination in the war against everything Southern, what
we below the Mason-Dixon line traditionally call our cultural
Heritage. It was the last ever running of the NASCAR
NASCAR, of course, was born in the back woods
and hills of Georgia, but since NASCAR has teamed up with the
Je$$e Jack$on, NASCAR must now deny their roots and forget
their Southern fans. Everyone has heard about NASCAR's efforts to
ban Confederate flags from viewing stands and the infields,
bogus stunts such as "flag trade-ins" and efforts to appease
Je$$e Jack$son by "diversifying" the drivers and race teams.
The University of Mississippi
"Ole Miss" Rebels have had their
'Colonel' mascot removed. There are
talks at the State University of West Georgia to change the
Braves mascot to appease NCAA thought-police. The NCAA Div. III
Dixie Conference of southeast Virginia and northeast North
Carolina had to alter its 40-year-old name last year thanks to
"P.C." The University of the South in Sewanee, Tennessee, is under
PC pressure to change its 130+ year-old name to something more
Vanderbilt University changed the name of "Confederate Hall,"
built with money from the United Daughters of the Confederacy, to
appease P.C. forces. Litigation continues on that one. The
NCAA continues its extortion against States with Confederate
symbols in their state flags or on their capitol grounds and
against universities with mascots or team names they find
Ashby Street in Atlanta was changed to
Lowery Blvd. in 2001. The road was previously named to honor
Brigadier General Turner Ashby, who while leading a charge
into battle, including Georgians, said "Forward my brave men!" and
was then shot dead. Atlanta city council changed the name in
violation of Georgia Law (O.C.G.A
50-3-1 ) which is supposed to prevent the altering of
memorials to any military service. Also in violation of the same
law, one of three Confederate flags were removed from a
memorial in Augusta Georgia by
Augusta Mullah-Mayor Bob Young in September 2004 thanks to the
demands from the South Carolina NAACP.
The statue of Jefferson Davis in New Orleans
vandalized in 2003. Some of the
statues on Monument Avenue in Richmond Virgina were vandalized
just before Confederate Memorial Day this year. The
UDC offered a
reward. An Obliesk in White Point Gardens in Charleston, S.C.,
was defaced immediately following the burial of the eight
Confederate Sailors of the Submarine Hunley in April. This past
monuments in Chickamauga were defaced and vandalized just
prior to Veterans Day.
Coca-Cola no longer uses southern imagery in its
advertisements, like a 1940's Life magazine ad during World War II
showing General Stonewall Jackson resting his troops for "The
Pause that Refreshes" nor do they even credit
Coke's inventor, Dr John Pemberton, with being a Colonel in
the Confederate Cavalry, he is just mentioned as a 'civil war
veteran.' BellSouth refuses to allow advertisements with images of
Southern flags or icons. And numerous Georgia-based businesses
like Coke and Home Depot gave thousands of dollars to the
legislators who voted for the state flag change in 2001 (from the
'56 flag specifically designed to honor Georgia's veterans to the
flag known as "the ugliest flag in North America.")
The 1956 Georgia flag was stolen by radical
zealots in 2001, led by King Rat Roy Barnes, all predicated on a
mountain of lies about the
'56 flag and its adoption. These same radicals, minus a rat or
two, mad that the ugly blue Barnes' Legacy flag only lasted about
110 weeks, attempted to pass
HB 899 in 2003, which would have meant the removal of the
Memorial Carving on Stone Mountain. The
radical Georgia Democrats, with their anti-Southern fanaticism
are just as evil as Afghanistan's Taliban. Why? Remember the
Taliban didn't want the centuries old statues of Buddahs, so they
blasted them down in 2001.
Former Presidential candidate Dick Gephardt
demanded the removal of Confederate flags in the only two
Confederate graveyards in Missouri. A federal judge banned the
flying of a Confederate flag over Confederate graves in the Union
run Confederate Prisoner of War camp in Maryland - Point Lookout.
Numerous school systems illegally forbid students from wearing
anything Confederate to class (school
banning) in violation of the Constitution's First Amendment,
Supreme Court 1969 ruling in Tinker, 6th Circuit 2001 ruling in
Castorina, and 4th Circuit 2003 ruling in Newsom.
This list doesn't begin to be all-inclusive but
rather is a short list from the top of my head. These attacks are
epidemic. Beginning in 1991 with the NAACP issuing their demand
that the Confederate Flag be removed from the South Carolina
Statehouse Dome with a press release calling the flag "...An
odious blight on the universe" and, after accomplishing that, they
complained bitterly when it was moved to a memorial elsewhere on
the capitol grounds. The NAACP reneged on their promise to end the
economic boycott if the flag were removed from the Capitol dome.
Since tourism dollars are up in South Carolina, I'm sure the S.C.
Chamber types hope the NAACP boycott goes on indefinitely.
The NAACP and their attack dogs now routinely
equate Honorable men like
General Robert E. Lee with German dictator Adolf Hitler.
Atlanta Mayor Maynard Jackson is credited with first coining the
phrase "Confederate swastika" and hate-filled racists like
Julian Bond and
Al Sharpton have been parroting the phrase ever since to refer
to Confederate Battle flags. The most recent presidential campaign
brought forth more vitriol against Southern symbols from the likes
John Edwards and Al Sharpton.
Relentlessly they continue, and what began as
an outcry against one flag in one place has turned into the ethnic
cleansing of Dixie.