The father of a student at East Chapel Hill High School said Wednesday that his daughter did not mean to offend anyone in late April when she posted a photo to social media of two Confederate flags with the caption “South will rise.”

SouthWillRise

A contentious scene unfolded outside the Chapel Hill-Carrboro City Schools offices Wednesday morning when Ronald Creatore arrived to defend his daughter and ask questions of concerned students, parents and community members who were holding a news conference to call for punishment in the incident. Creatore said the meaning of his daughter’s post was taken out of context.

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The picture was taken during a school trip to the Gettysburg National Battlefield, and it was uploaded to the photo-sharing mobile app Instagram.

A comment on the photo reading “Already bought my first slave” also drew criticism from many students and parents at the school, including Creatore, who said it was unacceptable.

Creatore’s daughter later posted an apology, saying the photo was not intended to offend:

I’m sorry that my picture offended people and especially since my initial caption (that I changed once I realized people took it seriously), but I’m currently on the Civil War trip learning about the history of our country and this just so happens to be a pretty (expletive) important part of it. We were reenacting Pickett’s charge in which the South lost 85% of their soldiers. These aren’t the Confederate flags in fact, they’re the North Carolina regimental flags. I’m proud to be a part of my state and I’m sorry my photo was so offensive but I find it appropriate in that I’m honoring heroes that fought to protect their home and families. Thanks though.

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Eugene Farr, a former president of the Chapel Hill-Carrboro NAACP, said in a statement the school needs to respond with “firm and significant action.”

“As these students wave confederate flags and discuss ‘honoring heroes,’ they are raising a red flag about their mindset. We need to respond with firm and significant action. If we do not, racism and ignorance will show up in our schools again and again,” he said. “The confederate flag is a symbol heavy with the torture, abuse, and blood of enslaved people whose labor literally built our country. We will not tolerate this kind of behavior in the school district nor in the community.”

Chapel Hill-Carrboro City Schools Superintendent Tom Forcella told WRAL that the students are not likely to be punished because it does not fall under the system’s definition of cyberbullying.

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  • Alexandra1973

    Liberals have their panties in a bunch over the stupidest things. My husband has a wallet with a Confederate flag on it, and like me he’s a lifelong Yankee–and a realist.

    • Publius Pompilius Quietus

      As a Yankee, I neither loath nor love confederate symbols. Such symbols belong to the descendants of those who fought for the confederacy, of which they have every reason to be proud and parade.

      • MBlanc46

        Well said.

      • wretchedwhiterabbit

        No, we don’t. We have reasons, but not every reason. We lost, both the war and increasingly our freedom of self-determination, to centralized federal command and control. That’s one reason that we don’t have.

        • The rebel flag is not about whether we lost the War. It represents the spirit of the South, which can’t be broken no matter how hard our enemies grind their boot on our necks. We fly it not just because we’re Southern, but precisely because it offends and angers all the right people.

          • Mangosteen, $1000 chair

            This EXACTLY!

          • Wishsong

            Perfectly stated.

    • anony

      Liberals, the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People, and others need to be reminded that displaying symbols, such as the Confederate flag, is a free speech issue, that is, a first amendment right that Americans have.

      Rights need to be exercised. Your husband should be congratulated for exercising his free speech rights.

  • His daughter offended SJWs just by being white and (presumably) cishet.

    • how about this

      Oh my God, what an ignorant assumption! Next you are going to assume she has ten fingers and ten toes, and identifies as a human being.

    • Sid Ishus

      I had to look that term up… Good Lord we’re screwed.

      • LIBERTYSINCURSION

        Yup, it used to be known as NORMAL. But calling it NORMAL now would offend the bisexual man trapped in a lesbian butt pirate women’s body with transsexual tendencies. Yeah, we’re screwed alright.

        • Mangosteen, $1000 chair

          It goes further than that! Check out Tumblr sometime and be horrified. There are people who believe they are anime characters, trans-racial, trans-species, and all the different sexualities they claim…scary stuff.

          • Lexonaut

            Sometimes I twit them by saying that I’m a cisgendered heterosexual male trapped in a man’s body.

          • In better times, we simply called them “crazy” and then went on with our lives.

        • ElComadreja

          I laughed but it’s gallows humor.

    • Michael Anthony

      Right. Today, only African Americans are allowed to be proud of the color of their skin. The African Americans complain when they are referred to as “colored,” yet they hide behind the skirt of the National Association of COLORED People. You never hear them refer to others as “Italian Americans” or “Irish Americans,” etc., because to them we are all just “white”. They practice the very prejudicial biases that they rail against simply as a defensive mechanism because they believe that everyone is like them — singularly-devoted to advancement on the basis of their skin color as opposed to the advancement on the basis of what is good for all people. #AllLivesMatter !

      They stood at the press conference with their #BlackLivesMatter signs and hurled epithets like “white supremacist” and “privileged white racist” at Mr. Creatore simply because he wanted to rationally portray the facts and context. When he extended his hand and said “allow me to introduce myself before you make judgments against me on the basis of my skin,” they threatened him with physical harm. They demand “justice” which is not the equivalent of “equality.” What they really want is “justice,” which to their way of thinking is to punish white Americans for the sins of people who also happened to be white. How can they be so blinded to their hypocrisy ?

  • Zimriel

    Reading between the lines: Eugene Farr, as a former official, does not speak for the NAACP. It looks to me like WRAL went scraping the bottom of the barrel, for *anyone* related to *any* “civil rights” organisation willing to go on record against Miss Creatore.

    • Robert Binion

      He whines like a girl uninvited to the prom. Do you remember those teeners who threw rocks and bottles at Baltimore cops? What struck me was how many of them threw like girls. If you had given a mob of white country boys that many stones a score of people would have died. When whites finally get fed up, well, the end game won’t be long and tedious.

      • Speedy Steve

        It might be this summer according to a recent NBC poll.

        • Mangosteen, $1000 chair

          Ooh what did it say?

          • Speedy Steve

            94% of America is expecting it. Invest in lead and brass.

      • ElComadreja

        Blacks are generally not the physical super-humans the media would have you believe they are.

        • Of course not. Why do you think they almost always attack in packs?

  • james AZ

    DENY the American history about CIVIL WAR …… SOUTHERN flag just cloth of color of country of southern states of america……look at Africa worse blood than civil war !

  • HJ11

    More soft genocide against Whites and White history. Just like the old Soviet Union where history was changed and statues removed. They’re trying to erase Whites from the U.S. and the whole planet. Circle the wagons Whites, circle the wagons.

    • E_Pluribus_Pluribus

      In The Language Police (a 2003 best-seller in the education world), prominent left-wing education historian Diane Ravitch describes the “bias and sensitivity guidelines” textbook publishing giant McGraw-Hill uses to create textbooks that will pass muster with state textbook adoption committees:

      “The MH [McGraw-Hill] guidelines express barely concealed rage against people of European ancestry. They deride European Americans for exploiting slaves, migrant workers, and factory labor; they excoriate the land rapacity of the pioneers and mock their so-called courage in fighting Native Americans: ‘Bigots and Bigotry,’ say the guidelines, referring to European Americans, ‘must be identified and discussed.’ European Americans, the guidelines suggest, were uniquely responsible for bigotry and exploitation in all human history . . .” (p. 44)

      • HJ11

        Yeah, but all of us as indiviual Whites need to start standing up and telling the White haters to go screw themselves. If enough of us do this and do it in the right ways, more Whites will get over their timidity and come out of the closet AS Whites.

        • TrueNorthFree

          I totally agree! I have been studying the website where Robert Whitaker’s Mantras are printed. It is going to take time, education and persistence for our side to overcome the poisonous “white privilege” propaganda that has been used against us fro decades but I do believe there is a swelling among the grassroots. We are the grassroots and we are freaking mighty!
          Yesterday millions of people in Britian voted for UKIP (unfortunately this only resulted in one seat in parliament) but the fact is that in term of sheer numbers of votes, UKIP came third in the country. This proves that people in the west are waking up at the grassroots level.

      • American Tax Payer

        You gotta put this in a pamphlet. Fill it with examples from textbooks and classroom exercises to show how their “guidelines” play out. I’d do it but I don’t have access to that (no kids).

      • Sid Ishus

        My 1st grade came home with an assigned book on Saint Martin the other day. Sentimental garbage on how as a child White children wouldn’t play with him because of the color of his skin. Real tear jerker.

        • Mangosteen, $1000 chair

          Wow, first grade, huh? Did you go down there and complain?

          • Sid Ishus

            Sent an email that my child would not be reading/learning about that degenerate. She excused him the next day during discussion. I’m under no illusion that he won’t be included in other activities down the road. Constant vigilance.

          • Mangosteen, $1000 chair

            Wow, good job! I was thinking about sending my kid to public school but maybe not if I have to deal with that nonsense at such a young age. She already refuses to be around blacks so I forsee quite a few unpleasant conversations with the teachers about that. Stupid me, I thought they just painted and learned to read, add and subtract, and played outside in first grade.

          • Sid Ishus

            They do color and read. Coloring books of Saint Martin. He came home from kindergarten with a song he’d learned about Martin. I kid you not.

            Sad thing is we moved from a 70% Black district to a 95% White and they’re more ate up with Negrophilia here.

          • Mangosteen, $1000 chair

            Can I ask what state? And this is public school, right? That’s completely horrible, are you the only parent to object? Why do people put up with it?

          • Sid Ishus

            Arkansas. We have the whole 1957 “embarrassment” to live down you know. 😉

          • If you can at all manage it, please consider homeschooling your child. The public schools are ground zero for anti-white propagandizing, brainwashing, and the continued demoralization and emasculation of our people.

          • Mangosteen, $1000 chair

            I can definitely manage it, I just worry about socialization.

          • John Smith

            Boy or Girl Scouts perhaps, assuming the troop leaders aren’t homos.

          • Socialize them with other homeschoolers. Think of it this way: do you really want them to be well socialized with the poor dumbed-down, brainwashed souls coming out of our public schools? Whites need to raise and educate leaders among our people, not proglodyte parrots who specialize in groupthink and have been forced to forget their own racial history and achievements in favor of some insane Marxist revisionism.

          • Mangosteen, $1000 chair

            Very good point, thanks! You’re absolutely right.

          • bilderbuster

            You’re still going to be called a “racist” even though all you did was judge the degenerate on the content of his character.

          • Sid Ishus

            Been called worse by better.

            Best thing Whites could do for themselves is become unconcerned about that charge.

        • Susannah

          I have two children in elementary school. Saint Martin (and civil rights in general) is covered way more than any other historical topic. And it’s the only historical topic that is covered every single year. Gotta pound in that brainwashing and White guilt!

          • Sid Ishus

            Every year and not just in February anymore.

          • bilderbuster

            With the White guilt it’s harder for them to fall for such nonsense as White Privilege.

  • Fed Up

    A flag is a symbol. Not necessarily of racism but rather of sacrifices made by people who held certain beliefs. Who the hell is the NAACP to deny people the right of free speech, of respecting the sacrifices made by distant ancestors.

    This is no different from the damned foreigners claiming to be insulted by seeing our American flags displayed publicly.

    • HJ11

      I don’t care if it signifies “racism” or not. In fact, I believe in racism (the knowledge that races of humans are to man as breed is to do) and racism is a survival mechanism to keep Whites, White. Whites have to stop groveling and start standing up AS Whites.

      • listenupbub

        It seems that the KKK is the only organization that would take that mission seriously. It is unfortunate.

        • Cheri Rodriguez

          The AB is a much more serious organization…but then it’s mostly confined to the prison system. White 1%-er MCs also fit the bill (when they’re not being infiltrated by the Feds).

          • LHathaway

            What is a ‘White 1%-er MC’? I honestly have no idea.

          • MikeofAges

            Outlaw motorcycle club members call themselves the “1%-ers” as a rejoinder to the saw about how 99 percent of all bikers are law abiding people with an iconoclastic lifestyle.

          • Tim

            “When I do right, no one remembers. When I do wrong, no one forgets…” Bandido Slogan

          • Sid Ishus

            Outlaw motor cycle club, eg. Hell’s Angels, Bandido’s. Ms. Cheri is placing her hopes in meth dealers.

          • TrueNorthFree

            This is exactly how the SPLC presents white nationalists – as criminal losers. We need t grassroots movement of regular people who don’t hate other races but simply unapologetically support their own white race and white interests. Right now, doing that is “racist”.

          • bilderbuster

            Some will imply that you’re a “Nazi” too.

          • ElComadreja

            They may not like blacks but they’re not going to fight for anyone but their own club.

          • Sid Ishus

            Not enough of them to makea difference anyhow.

          • John Smith

            They might pinch hit every once in a while, though. You can probably purchase goodies from them to help the fight.

          • Cheri Rodriguez

            Not always true. Some clubs have alliances with other clubs e.g. The Diablos MC in Connecticut (at least back in the 1980s and 1990s when I knew them) were tight with the Ching-A-Lings MC in The Bronx. Also, I’m pretty sure that if a bunch of 1%-ers saw some blacks mugging an old White lady, the bikers would step in.

          • ElComadreja

            That’s the problem. All white organizations are targeted by the feds but they haven’t done a damn thing about black ones since the days of COINTELPRO 45 years ago.

          • bilderbuster

            COINTELPRO was used against Whites big time but it’s critics never mention that at all because they find that acceptable.

          • John Smith

            Also not really pro-white, since it make alliances with Hispanics and is more about selling drugs.

        • bilderbuster

          The KKK is a subsidiary of the FBI these days.

      • TrueNorthFree

        We must stand strong.

    • brazos

      They may as well be foreigners, they will never be assimilated,at least not in our lifetime.

  • I would like “firm and significant action” against the NAACP for daring challenge the First Amendment rights of this young lady.

    • Illidan Stormragge

      They should just take her out of the school system. It’s likely up to the local authorities what is allowed or isn’t allowed in public schools. Hell, showing up with an American flag during a Cinco De Mayo event is considered inflammatory.

      • Speedy Steve

        Cinco de Maio is Karl Marx’ berfday. It was invented by Leo Trotsky right after he canoodled Freda Kahlo, and founded La Raza.

      • Lexonaut

        “Hell, showing up with an American flag during a Cinco De Mayo event is considered inflammatory.”

        That’s because we live in Aztlan now, no longer the USA.

        • ElComadreja

          They don’t even celebrate this bogus “holiday” in Mexico. Surprisingly I heard very little about it this year.

          • bilderbuster

            The Irish pub down the street had Margaritas as Tuesday’s special in honor of it.

  • Tim

    My parents are buried about 160 miles West of there. They have a marker near the low stone wall which indicates “The High Water Mark of the Confederacy”… I wonder why that is not at issue…. I guess because those two girls are showing that the re-education has not taken hold…

  • MekongDelta69

    Can I state on AmRen what I would tell the NAALCP?

    No – I guess not…

    [And stop your groveling Pops.]

  • Luca D.

    Looks like freedom of speech to me. Someone should tell the NAACP to go pound sand.

    • JohnEngelman

      Where is the ACLU rushing to the rescue? If the girl was wearing a t shirt with an obscene sexual invitation on it, they would be making a First Amendment case about it.

  • Hilis Hatki

    It scares nonwhites that we might wakeup one day and start taking care of business. So they beat us down over everything no matter how small.

  • shatwood

    Ah, Gettysburg. Been there several times. The 1993 movie is one of my favorite soundtracks of all time.

    This outrage culture can go choke on its own offended vomit.

    • LHathaway

      They’re not so much outraged as they are empowered to change the terms of the debate, and in this case, punish those using any kind of confederate flag. It certainly warranted a news conference.

  • how about this

    “As these students wave confederate flags and discuss ‘honoring heroes,’ they are raising a red flag about their mindset. We need to respond with firm and significant action. If we do not, racism and ignorance will show up in our schools again and again,” he said. “The confederate flag is a symbol heavy with the torture, abuse, and blood of enslaved people whose labor literally built our country. We will not tolerate this kind of behavior in the school district nor in the community.”

    Wow, grow up. You might as well be one of those Chinamen getting offended that Tibetans ever express any pride in their heritage. It’s not an outrage or a problem to be solved. You could even say it’s an expression of cultural diversity.

    • Mangosteen, $1000 chair

      It’s hilarious that he thinks that he has the authority to dictate what people can or cannot do in the “community”. I’d tell them that *I* pay taxes in that school system and would show up at every single school board meeting from then on out, to make their lives miserable. But unfortunately most people are too scared to go nuclear on these types, or they don’t have the time. That’s got to change.

      • John Smith

        Negroes have gotten used to white people jumping when they say so.

  • D.B. Cooper

    I am remembering your silence, Republican Party.

    • JohnEngelman

      The concern of the GOP lies elsewhere.

      • John Smith

        So does that of the DNC.

  • Jim

    Why doesn’t somebody tell this Eugene Farr to go straight to hell? Who does he think he is? Who cares what he thinks? When are whites going to say ‘enough’? I’m sick of hearing this c**p!

    • Mangosteen, $1000 chair

      They’re scared. People value money and jobs over everything else, and have become slaves to the system. Better for them to go along and keep their nice middle class life, until the foreigners come in and take all the jobs, become he majority, then start slaughtering us.

      • listenupbub

        Well, that (keeping a job) is pretty much the first and most important thing you need to do to survive.

        • Mangosteen, $1000 chair

          How long do you, or any whites, really think we’re going to be allowed to keep decent jobs? It’s been happening since at least the 90’s, now even the jobs that can’t be outsourced are being filled with foreigners. The medical industry is the first example that comes to mind.

          I used to live in a majority white Southern town, very well known for being full of rednecks, and yet, all of the doctors are now Muslims. They build brand new, huge office buildings and it’s impossible to find a young American doctor any longer. In larger metro areas, the nurses are all Filipino and African, to go with all the non-white doctors. Whites are barred from those jobs, fast food, construction, landscaping, government, almost all airport jobs, maid services, media…I’m sure there’s more that I’m forgetting. And it’s only going to get worse.

          Yes, people do need to work to live, but maybe if people re-adjusted their expectations and didn’t place material items, huge houses, fancy cars and all the other accoutrements of a “Keeping up with the Joneses” lifestyle, we would feel more free to speak out against the wrongs being done to whites. But most people value money and status over everything, apparently even their own future. A shame.

          • listenupbub

            I agree with you (I always do). I was explaining what other whites are thinking.

            Yes, we should lose the ideology that emphasizes the actualization of individual “dreams,” and replace it with a competitive ideology that emphasizes gaining power for our race. And much power comes from numbers.

            The dreams will come true later, even if for our descendants.

            Or we could just go to Russia, where there seem to at least be a few reasonable people.

          • Mangosteen, $1000 chair

            Ahh gotcha. I suppose the only real way here in the US is to try and teach our kids better. I always tell my kids, family first. If we work together as a family, we will be stronger than we could ever hope to be individually.

            Russia might be a bit more reasonable simply because they’ve historically had to work together as a group to survive winters. They aren’t a very individualistic group of people, which has good and bad aspects like anything else. I think they will survive because they are hard. Some pics of Russia remind me of where I’m from in Appalachia. Sometimes I think I should just go home because at least I know pretty much everyone there. But like you, I don’t know what kind of future there is in the US for whites….

          • Lexonaut

            “Or we could just go to Russia, where there seem to at least be a few reasonable people.”

            That may actually be a good plan. Russians have most of the same values we do, and inside their country they don’t take any crap from anyone. Not the citizens, not the government. The Pussy Riot girls were just horrified when they got what they deserved for being hooligans.

          • listenupbub

            There have been articles about how the pussy riot girls were just doing it because they got paid like 10,000 a week. That is why they are so hot, also. The guy who organized it sought out talented models and paid them a ton.

      • Who Me?

        Most people like to keep eating regularly, with a roof over their heads. They’re White people, you don’t think somebody is going to give THEM EBT cards and section 8 do ya?

      • bilderbuster

        Whites in general are afraid of being called “Racist” or “Nazi” or “Anti-Semite”.
        Those terms don’t even have a definition anymore.
        Ask someone ‘what exactly is a Nazi?’
        It has no more of a meaning than being called a “heretic” used to have.

  • Mangosteen, $1000 chair

    I’d tell them all to buzz off and remove my child from that school system immediately. Nobody will EVER tell me or my children that we cannot be proud of our Confederate heritage.

    • Illidan Stormragge

      More confederate flags should be flying in the South.

      • Whites should fly them no matter where they are.

  • JohnEngelman

    A contentious scene unfolded outside the Chapel Hill-Carrboro City Schools offices Wednesday morning when Ronald Creatore arrived to defend his daughter and ask questions of concerned students, parents and community members who were holding a news conference to call for punishment in the incident.

    – WRAL, May 7, 2015

    Punishment for what? When did it become illegal to display the Confederate flag?

    • It’s not. But cultural and social and economic power can be wielded as if it was actual legal power.

    • listenupbub

      Cultural Marxists have funny ways of rewording their own intolerance, bigotry, chauvinism, and, yes, hatred.

      EDIT^^^

      • JohnEngelman

        During my life I have seen “intolerance, bigotry, chauvinism, and, yes, hatred” among some on the left, and some on the right.

        Among others on the left and on the right I have seen intelligence, learning, and civility.

        • Speedy Steve

          Shut up, John.

          • Lexonaut

            Why should he?

  • Mangosteen, $1000 chair

    The only unacceptable thing in that picture is that child’s inappropriately short shorts. What kind of parent allows their daughter to dress like that??

    • IstvanIN

      I wonder if they say juicy on the behind?

      • John Smith

        Most should say “easy.”

    • listenupbub

      You are joking, right? All the parents do.

      Immodesty is a new trait we can thank our black neighbors for enriching our culture with.

      • Mangosteen, $1000 chair

        It’s disgusting and shameful, there is no reason for children to be dressing like streetwalkers. The ones I’ve seen in real life are almost indistinguishable from these children, and that’s a travesty. The parents nowadays seem to have taken complete leave of their senses and some of them dress as inappropriately as their kids! Must be because parents want to be “friends” with their kids, not parents. I just wonder, don’t they know what happens when children dress that way?? Don’t they care?

        • LHathaway

          Most of them sure smoke more dope than their kids . . .

        • Tim

          “The fact you`re wearing a tee-shirt speaks louder than anything it says…”-Mom 1973

      • bilderbuster

        Madison Avenue doesn’t have too many Black executives.

        • Lexonaut

          “Madison Avenue doesn’t have too many Black executives.”

          No. Instead they have whites who are very good at market analysis and product planning. They know how to gather the information on patterns and trends, and they bet their careers on being able to predict what people will want to buy.

        • John Smith

          A lot of hebraic ones who wouldn’t mind showing off the flesh of white women and girls to minority hordes.

    • bilderbuster

      Those shorts are fine for wearing to the beach but may be inappropriate for Gettysburg. However it’s my duty as a Southerner to defend a daughter of the South and not to attack a good North Carolina girl who is defending her heritage from a hoard of Anti-Whites because she might be showing too much leg at a national park.

    • Illidan Stormragge

      Most girls wear this sort of stuff around her age. I guess it’s short but that’s simply modern fashion. If it wasn’t that it’d be tight jeans. 50 years ago she would be wearing a dress. Women in general wore dresses much more often back in the day.

      • Sid Ishus

        I miss the time when we dressed with respect. Neither of my grandfathers would leave home without a full suit.

        • Lexonaut

          And remember when people dressed to travel? All the politeness and sophistication has been lost thrown away.

          • bilderbuster

            It might have something to do with the way airlines and airports in general treat and accommodate passengers too.
            Nowadays you’re treated like your riding a bus and by that I mean a city bus in an unpleasant city.

          • John Smith

            Kinda went down hill about the same time negroes got their “rights.”

          • Lexonaut

            Yes, though it may have been brokered by the hippies.

            I’m a native New Yorker. I remember very clearly when, in the very early 60s, Time Magazine ran an article about the new but regular appearance in Washington Square Park of a phenomenon they called “young bums”. Who knew that in just five short years these … people … would be glorified as counterculture heroes.

      • Mangosteen, $1000 chair

        You can be fashionable without looking like you belong on a street corner. Let’s be real, when people wear clothes like that, it creates an impression in other people’s minds, and people will make assumptions based on your appearance. All that type of clothing leads to is harassment, and worse.

        Sure, men “shouldn’t” objectify, but they’re going to and no amount of SJW crying will ever change that fact. These kids become older than their years and mental development because of this (and other) reasons, and then they come home pregnant or diseased and their parents just can’t understand how it happened.

        I’m sorry but I don’t think “everyone else does it” is a valid reason to allow your children to present themselves in such a disrespectful (to themselves and others) and inappropriate manner. But apparently self-respect, modesty and restraint are dead. What a shame.

        • Illidan Stormragge

          Yes, but the culture has shifted wear it no longer looks normal to dress appropriately.

          • Mangosteen, $1000 chair

            I do it. I see other people doing it every day. Some are obviously religious, but they look decent, neat and clean, and most importantly…HAPPY. I remember being in school with some religious kids and that was the thing that struck me most about them…how happy they were despite being “different”. If they can do it, why can’t others? You don’t have to wear a full suit and tie or a dress and stockings and heels, just a nice and covering outfit! It is hard to find appropriate clothes in a store….but that’s what yard sales and thrift stores (and sewing) is for.

            Besides, how do those people sit down in those clothes and not be bothered? Think about it, you go anywhere in public and a million other sweaty behinds have sat there, with God knows what kind of skin, fungal, crotch issues and you’re going to sit there and put your skin there in that? Noooooo!

          • bilderbuster

            Say what you will but men should know that, like the song says “Every girl’s crazy ’bout a sharp dressed man”.

        • carriewhite64

          This is very well said, and exactly the argument I used on my three daughters.

  • dd121

    Why should anybody have to apologize for the Confederate flag? It’s part of my family history and if somebody doesn’t like that they can kma.

    • Illidan Stormragge

      I view it as a heritage thing to represent the South.

    • Lexonaut

      “Why should anybody have to apologize for the Confederate flag? It’s
      part of my family history and if somebody doesn’t like that they can
      kma.”

      That’s fine, just recognize that waving it in peoples’ faces is considered rude. It’s okay to be rude — it’s protected by the constitution — but don’t confuse it with politeness.

      • Some people actually do consider what you see in those pics to be politeness. Lots of people.

        • Lexonaut

          I know that. But lots of others don’t see it as politeness. Was it Disraeli who observed that a gentleman never insults unintentionally?

          I’m not trying to censor anybody, just pointing out the kind of reception they can expect if they keep bringing up the Civil War. A lot of northerners died too, they had relatives, the north won like it or not, and they’d just like southerners to stop bringing it up.

          If you want to bring a northern liberal around to the cause of race realism, you’re not going to do it by waving a Confederate battle flag around.

          • Remember, events and circumstances, per our conversation right now on another thread. Any given “northern liberal” who is going to get on board with our evil retrograde knuckeldragging untouchable cause is going to come around due to events and circumstances changing his or her mind. The sight of a CBF isn’t going to hinder that.

      • dd121

        Where I came from it’s considered completely socially acceptable. (Maybe not to the carpetbaggers, but I don’t care what they think). In fact most people have reverential attitudes about the history it encapsulates.

        • Lexonaut

          The war happened. Brave people fought and died on both sides. The war memorials of both sides should stand, and the war should be covered in American history classes in both north and south, from both sides’ viewpoints.

          Those things said, if you don’t care whether you offend certain other people, fine. But as with the LGBT crowd, please don’t expect others to worship your cause just because you feel reverential about it.

          • dd121

            Don’t worry, I don’t.

      • Rude is all relative. Where I live, and come from, it’s considered a statement of pride in one’s heritage and history. Maybe liberal Yankees have a problem with it but who ever cared what liberal Yankees think about anything? We don’t consider it rude down here, though we would consider it mighty rude to go into someone’s backyard and scold them for displaying a symbol we personally find distasteful.

        So much for tolerance from the self-appointed Tolerance Police.

        • Lexonaut

          “Rude is all relative.”

          That’s my point. However, if you’re not trying to communicate with liberal Yankees — and you’ve said that you’re not — then go right ahead and wave the CBF around.

          • We do! I suppose the point I’m trying to make is we have no need to communicate with carpetbaggers and their kind. Let them whine.

          • Lexonaut

            “Let them whine.”

            I agree. I just try to keep them focused on whining about important current issues in hopes of influencing a few fence-sitters. CBF is important, but to liberal Yankees it’s not current.

            I’ll give you the last word.

  • Jason Lewis

    Everything was fine except the apology.

  • jane johnson

    I think I finally get the black mindset: since they “literally built our country” while enslaved, now that they are free, they feel entitled to destroy it.

    • LIBERTYSINCURSION

      If by “literally built our country” they mean picked some cotton that got some lazy cheap southern plantation owners a lot of money for a little while, before leading to the biggest calamity, loss of life and wealth < many times over what was gained through the practice of slavery ) in our history. Then yeah, you and the lazy cheap white, black, indian and jewish slave owners of the south built that. ( They never seem to mention those other 3 slave owning groups now-a-days, do they? I guess it's one of those "privileges" that only whitey can partake in, eh? )

    • Cheri Rodriguez

      I never understood how working in the fields was “building” anything. There may have been some free black carpenters in the North but then how many of them were designing and constructing bridges, skyscrapers, etc.?

      • journey

        None. Even a dog can dig.

      • bilderbuster

        It’s funny how in only a few hundred years as slaves they managed to build the greatest nation on Earth, but still haven’t even been able to build a decent city in Africa and they’ve had thousands of years to do it too.

      • Lexonaut

        Zero is a number, you know.

    • TheMaskedUnit

      Africa should be awesome. Maybe some of them should enjoy the negro paradise.

      • bilderbuster

        Yeah they built a great one there too.

    • Lexonaut

      That behavior pattern gives a whole new meaning to shovel ready jobs.

  • Petronius

    Complaining about Confederate flags in North Carolina is like complaining about June bugs in June. If you don’t like ’em, clear out.

    But why the apology? I only wish we’d won.

    • listenupbub

      North Carolina is full of foreigners. Like 40% were born elsewhere.

      It is not like any other southern state in many ways. It is very diverse.

      • Mangosteen, $1000 chair

        That’s a shame that they’ve ruined it, like they’ve ruined Virginia.

      • Petronius

        In some parts of North Carolina you can’t throw a taco shell without hitting a “no habla.”

        Maybe it’s time ol’ Petronius moved higher up the hill. But instead I think I’ll head over to the Snappy Lunch where you can still get a pork chop sandwich and a cup of common sense for $5.00.

        • Tim

          See my post above about being born there but living in San Antonio for almost sixty years. I hear a lot of illegals talking about family there. I always perk up my ears wondering, “Why are Mexicans where I should be, rather than here in San Antonio?!?”

      • Tim

        I was born there but don`t even have a single memory. Been in San Antonio for 57 years. I feel like those adopted children who wonder what their biological parents are like. I might just get in the car and drive there in September. I have a an older brother I never met buried there, that I`m named after. I get my own grief from my girls family about the flag I have. it`s the best symbol of being a North Carolinian I can think of…

        • Mangosteen, $1000 chair

          Where in NC were you born? San Antonio was nice, been there twice but there weren’t any other options besides Tex-Mex and BBQ, or fast food. I think the only place we saw that wasn’t one of those was a coffee shop in Universal City that served food. And those side roads are crazy! One way, then both ways, then one way again…why??

          • Tim

            Fayetteville, aka Fort Bragg…Funny thing about that coffee shop. It was the last stop before eternity for rock and roll legend Bill Haley. The story is that he would pull his drivers license out when no one believed him. I heard it and said, @#$%!! I coulda hung out with the guy. Yeah, those “access” roads can be bad. If yo are going one way, no one will smack you but the other way, you`ll be in the oncoming nincompoop lane. I used to remember how it worked but anyway…

          • Mangosteen, $1000 chair

            Fayettenam! You’re better off where you are, SE NC has some great BBQ but it’s pretty much a mess nowadays and I always thought the beaches were way overrated.

            I’m not sure who Bill Haley is, guess I’d better go look him up. The access roads seem like a good idea in theory but not so much in reality!

          • Tim

            “I`m gonna rock around the clock tonight! Gonna rock, rock ,rock till the broad daylight, gonna rock around the clock tonight with you…”-Bill Haley

          • Tim

            “we`re gonna rock around the clock tonight! We`re gonna rock, rock, rock till the broad daylight! Gonna rock around the clock tonight with you”…- Bill Haley 1955

          • Mangosteen, $1000 chair

            Oh yeah, I’ve heard that song (it’s a little before my time though). Thanks!

          • bilderbuster

            Wrightsville Beach and Wilmington used to be a kickin’ place back in the 80’s and 90’s.

          • John Smith

            I know a few folks who’ve gotten robbed and even carjacked by negroes there.

  • TheCogitator

    What the hell is there to apologize for?

  • listenupbub

    Torture? Are you sure that the confederacy tortured the slaves? That is a bit much.

    This girl lives in a town that is as liberal as they come. It is silly to think that she is being too serious.

    • bilderbuster

      That’s what our ancestors did with their free time (and they had lots of it what with the slaves doing all the work and building the nation). They tortured slaves and whipped them constantly. It’s amazing that with all that going on that the slaves were able to pick all that cotton for them too.

      • Don’t forget that our genteel, educated planter class, many of them second generation Americans (descended from European gentry), were busy chasing fresh-off-the-boat African females around the plantation in hopes of creating mulattoes with them. Because black women are in such demand by the monied classes now, so famed are they for their physical attractiveness and feminine wiles.

        • bilderbuster

          Opera’s worth a fortune but where’s her list of White suitors?

      • listenupbub

        Yes, and how did the slaves not just revolt or run for the hills, like Frederick Douglas? There were few slave revolts.

        I have always thought it is funny that people cry rivers over the fact that blacks picked cotton. Picking cotton is very easy. Compare that to all the white miners who were risking their lives and working their bodies to death in the dark to barely pay for their family’s existence. Oh, yeah, they were “free,” though, for all it counts.

  • Rob

    Maybe libs wants her to bed down with negroes and have mulatto babies.

    • Mangosteen, $1000 chair

      No maybe about it.

  • stedman holder

    To hell with the negro whiners!

    • Lexonaut

      Wrong direction. Remember … Swing Low, Sweet Chariot …

  • Caucasoid88

    “If we do not, racism and ignorance will show up in our schools again and again…”

    Can anyone of you guys help me here? I’m confused as to what I’m ignorant of. I read statistics, stay up with current events, read history, and witness with my own eyes. I use this to form a judgment based on evidence. Why am I so ignorant like they say?

    • It means that the other side knows it better stamp out and crush with an iron boot any slight hint of white racial identity, lest white people will start thinking for themselves, noticing things and paying attention.

      • Caucasoid88

        But why not use a different word? Instead of an antonym to exactly what describes us?

        • Sam

          Negroes (and many young whites these days) use the word “ignorant” to denote almost any kind of obnoxious or objectionable behavior. They are completely ignorant of its principal meaning: lack of knowledge. My theory is that negroes latched onto that word a few decades ago, thinking it sounded sophisticated. They didn’t really know what it meant, but it became useful to them as a general-purpose pejorative.

          • Lexonaut

            It’s not original with me, but the new definition of a racist is someone who is winning an argument with a liberal.

    • bilderbuster

      Racism and ignorance didn’t show up in “our” schools until busing started and then it got bused in.

  • journey

    The Civil War was not fought over slavery. The blacks need to re-boot their elementary brains. It was a white against white war not a war over blacks.

  • Hammerheart

    White girl takes photo with confederate, very bad crime.

    Muslim on social aid takes photo with isis flag, that’s fine.

    Black with black panther flag Is fine

    Retarded college liberal with Che Guerreva flag is fine.

    Great pattern.

  • American Tax Payer

    They think they beat ‘ole whitey down but all they did was anger another White Family. That’s another Win for us!

  • notyranny

    Abraham Lincoln’s Racist Beliefs
    Look it up for yourself.
    “I will say then that I am not, nor ever have been in favor of bringing about in any way the social and political equality of the white and black races, [applause]—that I am not nor ever have been in favor of making voters or jurors of negroes, nor of qualifying them to hold office, nor to intermarry with white people; and I will say in addition to this that there is a physical difference between the white and black races which I believe will for ever forbid the two races living together on terms of social and political equality. And inasmuch as they cannot so live, while they do remain together there must be the position of superior and inferior, and I as much as any other man am in favor of having the superior position assigned to the white race.”

    Lincoln saw as much and claimed, “I can’t let them go. Who would pay for the government?” Lincoln knew who was in charge of the government he headed: “In saving the Union, I have destroyed the republic. Before me I have the Confederacy which I loath. But behind me I have the bankers which a fear.”

    • TheMaskedUnit

      Lincoln much preferred white slaves. The black ones he was trying to throw back.

  • notyranny

    This is why we Homeschool our children.

  • MBlanc46

    Bugger whoever was offended. And bugger the NAACP.

    • Lexonaut

      And buggery is now a protected constitutional right. Buggers can even get married in some states.

    • Mangosteen, $1000 chair

      They’d probably like it. Lots of buggery in prison.

  • Charles Brumbelow

    Confederate flags (aka “Stars and Bars”) flew over slave states for about five years. Stars and Stripes flew over slave states for about ninety years.

    • TheMaskedUnit

      Africa has been a slave state for ~5,000 years.

    • anony

      Most people confuse the “Confederate flag” and the “Stars and Bars”. The flag commonly referred to as the “Confederate flag” is the Confederate Battle flag if square or the Confederate Navy Jack if rectangular.

      An excellent example of the “Stars and Bars” but with only one star is the flag of Texas.

      • Red

        “Stars and Bars” – Or the current Georgia flag.

    • Speedy Steve

      This just popped up. I like it, so lets make it official.

  • bilderbuster

    Nothing infuriates me more than when Whites who did nothing wrong or at worst made some flippant comment or remark, end up groveling and begging forgiveness from the screeching inferiors instead of just laughing at the fools as they deserve.

    • Tim

      Sue me but I just made “screeching inferiors” my own. I saw a post the other day that said a guy couldn`t look at demanding Blacks now without sub conciously looking at their angry faces “like baby birds with their mouths open”…

      • anony

        I see coconuts.

        • Lexonaut

          What … Is this some kind of nutty Rohrshach test?

          • anony

            Next time you’re in the grocery store, pick up a coconut and look at the three depressions at one end of it. Be sure to hold the gourd so that two of the “depressions are up and the single one is down. Enjoy!

          • Lexonaut

            Monkey face?

          • anony

            Close. My sense of humor is somewhat twisted. I find them amusing.

          • bilderbuster

            You can still buy carved coconuts in some of the tourist shops in FL that have faces on them.
            I give them as little gifts sometimes and everyone enjoys them 🙂

          • bilderbuster

            How nutty would it be if you saw bananas and watermelons too.
            Black people are the only ones that can have their feelings hurt by a piece of fruit for crying out loud!

          • Lexonaut

            I dunno, bilderbuster. I didn’t see anything in this thread regarding fruit that would upset a black person. I did see an apparent white guy talking about another white guy who was seeing bird faces when looking at blacks.

            I when I talked about Rohrshach tests I was making a joke. But you seem to have taken it seriously and, with a straight face, are lecturing me because I don’t hang out at Florida fruit stands and am not up on the nuances of fruit re blacks.

            Jokes about watermelons, fried chicken and banjos are what float my boat, not coconuts.

          • bilderbuster

            I got the coconut joke and your joke too.I take it you didn’t get mine about bananas and watermelons.
            I was serious about Black people being offended by fruit because they do get offended by it and chicken too which I find hilarious.

          • Lexonaut

            You’re right — I didn’t connect the banana dot to the monkey dot. My bad, I apologize.

          • bilderbuster

            That’s what I figured.
            No worries.

    • Speedy Steve

      I just whipped my first slave.

      • Lexonaut

        If you were to insert the word sex between the words first and slave I could understand it though I don’t go that way myself. However, I might be interested in watching.

        • anony

          What…is this some kind of voyeur voyage?

          • Lexonaut

            i don’t travel. Even though I’m 71 I do look at porn online. Don’t you?

            And please don’t tell me you’re above it. Any man of any age who really likes sex can never get enough of it no matter how happily married, shacked up or hooked up he may be. Spanking the monkey is perfectly normal and, until the advent of streaming movie services, porn sites accounted for a full 40% of all internet packet traffic.

          • Mangosteen, $1000 chair

            Oh my God, even in your seventies, you men never stop? NOOOOOOOOOO!!

          • Lexonaut

            That’s right. Women aren’t supposed to know about these things so we’re fairly discreet about it.

            In the days before the internet, when detectives were trying to learn about a suspect’s personality, the first question they would usually ask each other was, “Where’s the stroke book?”

            Not “Does he have one?’ but instead “Where is it and what’s in it?”

          • Donald Sterling is 81, and he’s back with the whore who sold him up the river.

          • Mangosteen, $1000 chair

            Oh yeah, I forgot about him…i guess I thought those really old guys just wanted to give the appearance of being active. What a letdown to find out I was wrong.

            He’s really back with that nasty creature? I think it’s a man, baby!

          • John Smith

            He could got a good-looking shiksa for what he spent on that mulatta.

          • anony

            I was simply attempting to “echo” your comment about “Rohrshach”. No offense intended. Yeah, it’s all wonderful.

          • Lexonaut

            No worries … And yes, the internet is a wonderful thing.

      • bilderbuster

        She was making fun of Blacks who claim they “Built this nation” and how Whites must have spent all of their time just whipping slaves and abusing them the whole time they were building it for us.

    • ElComadreja

      Same here. Just once I’d like to see someone tell them to go to Hell.

      • bilderbuster

        The girl did say that it was a North Carolina flag she had and not the Confederate flag. She might have added “You idiot!” and then gone on to say “I’m proud of my heritage and if you don’t like it then to hell with you!”

  • OhWow

    It never ceases to amaze me how it’s so commonly accepted that picking cotton in a field “literally built our country”.

    I guess they forgot about the Chinese railroad workers, the Italian and Irish construction workers, the Polish, the German, the Danish people, oh and the 100% white created government. No biggie.

    • Lexonaut

      “I guess they forgot about the Chinese railroad workers, the Italian and
      Irish construction workers, the Polish, the German, the Danish people …”

      Those people wore clothing made of cotton, didn’t they? It takes a village, you know … Or something.

    • TrueNorthFree

      That meme about blacks building the country…. Geez, anyone who says that obviously doesn’t even have the slightest grasp of history.

  • ShermanTMcCoy

    FTNAACP

    • Who Me?

      Such language, young man! (But I agree completely!)

  • dewdly

    Eugene Carr says, “The confederate flag is a symbol heavy with the torture, abuse, and
    blood of enslaved people whose labor literally built our country.”

    Mr. Carr is confused. If blacks were tortured, abused, and bloodied it is inconceivable that they could have “built our country”. A hundred fifty years after emancipation they have destroyed Detroit, Baltimore, and South Side Chicago, but I can’t think of anything they have built.

    • Light from the East

      I think he is right to some extent, blacks are only productive under slavery. When they behave on their nature, anti-civilization is the only thing they can do.

  • Sid Ishus

    The new mobile app does not work for me. I can no longer access the original stories, leave the mobile app nor see all of the stories for the day.

  • Lexonaut

    Let’s say they intended to offend. So what? I recall something in the Constitution about free speech. I don’t recall anything in there about the right never to be offended.

    • Blackfish

      The Bill of Rights says the the GOVERNMENT may not interfere with your right to free speech. It doesn’t say you can say whatever you want without criticism.

      • Lexonaut

        Let one side offend and the other side complain about having been offended — that’s fine. But suspending or disciplining kids over this stuff? It may be fine with you but it’s not with me.

        They weren’t at school — but if they were, public schools are part of government, yes? (And don’t talk about independent school districts. They are a government, just like a sports authority taxing disctrict is a government, or a regional transportation district is a government)

        • Mangosteen, $1000 chair

          Yes! The same goes for people who get fired because of their personal activities or opinions outside of work. The idea that people can be fired for doing non-illegal things on their own time, outside of work, is chilling in a “free” country. But the only bright spot is that kind of thing tends to consume everyone in the end. The people pushing it now will eventually be destroyed because they say or do the non-PC thing. You’d think that, being so smart and educated and superior, they’d be aware of how this kind of thing has played out in history, but I guess not.

          • Lexonaut

            Those folks will be the first to be put up against a wall and shot because they have a proven ability to shape and control the thoughts of others. New dictatorships always start by getting rid of them and replacing them with trustworthy cadres from within the revolution itself.

            Note that there are usually two revolutions — the one that the intellectuals want and get, followed by the strong people who will seize power in the chaos of the first revolution. It’s the second revolution that gets the intellectuals killed or disappeared.

          • Mangosteen, $1000 chair

            EXACTLY!

  • archer

    Since when was the confederate flag illegal, it has become a symbol of racism only because we are told it is. Time to stop listening to these clowns and go about our business. To even try to refute them is giving them a form of credence, just ignore them and they will go away.

  • Light from the East

    Their nature to be easily offended (blacks, Muslims, illegal aliens, liberals) is the greatest weakness of theirs. If you master this, it is the greatest way to defeat them.

    ~ Lux ab Oriente ~

    • Speedy Steve

      AIDS drugs abortion — don’t liberals just kill you?
      I love animals, they’re delicious
      Environmentalists: green outside red inside
      People who try to outlaw guns should be shot
      Have you slugged your kid today?

  • Speedy Steve

    I’m sorry that my picture offended people

    No, sweetie, never ever say that. Repeat after me: I’m glad the little snivelers are offended. Tough titty, cupcake.

  • TrueNorthFree

    Things are way out of control when a white girl can’t post a photo of herself holding a confederate flag. Those flags should be plastered all over everywhere – tshirt, posters, buttons, etc.

  • InitialSegment

    We have reached a new low point for freedom of speech when people are even *calling* for formal “punishment” for something like this.

  • rebelcelt

    The moment the man apologized …he lost. He blinked , he was weak…it is a pity, the daughter is tougher than him.

    • Mangosteen, $1000 chair

      That seems to be common nowadays. The parents will not stand up for their children’s freedoms. Black parents will defend their thug criminals to their last breath, but white parents can’t throw their kids under the bus fast enough, over stuff as stupid as a “racist chant” or a flag. Those parents of the one guy doing the “racist chant” made me sick. Groveling and sniveling and ensuring their poor son had no support or defenders…and we’re supposed to want those kind of whites (the “good” ones) on our side??

  • Lexonaut

    “They will always act offended and see him as a racist.”

    Many years ago Fox News used to have black supremacist Quanah X as an occasional guest commentator. They dropped him the day he said …

    “Is your skin white? Then you’re a racist.”

    • Mangosteen, $1000 chair

      Well at least he admitted that’s what they think. Good! So, we’re all racist, now whites can stop falling to pieces when accused!

      • Lexonaut

        When people call me a racist, these days I usually respond in one of five ways depending on the situation and how I’m feeling at that moment …

        1 – I’m not a racist but I am a realist.

        2 – What is a racist and why is it bad to be one?

        3 – Whites are all victims of the legacy of indentured servitude, please cut us some slack.

        4 – A racist is simply someone who is winning an argument with a liberal.

        5 – Fine, I”m a racist. Now can we please get back to the subject at hand?

        Just take the sting out of the word and watch them squirm as you play with them. You’ll never win but there’s no reason you shouldn’t have fun with it.

        • I like, “Yes, I’m openly racist. What’s your point?” They generally have no answer.

  • Earl P. Holt III

    Tell those nigros this:

    “You may not like our flag, but WE do: We SURE don’t like Martin Luther King Day, while we’re on the subject…”

  • Mangosteen, $1000 chair

    The Solutreans were here first.

  • wretchedwhiterabbit

    That’s hot. Beautiful subjects. Great composition. It’s art.
    OTOH, we are expected to tolerate public “performance art”,
    in which nude woman plop eggs, filled with paint from their vaginas…
    The South SHOULD rise again.
    Antiracist is a code word for antiWhite.

    • We are rising. Why do you think they’re in such a raw panic to shut us up lately? This tide cannot be stopped.

  • Tony Murphy

    “Liberals” and free expression just don’t get along, do they?

  • Christopher Perrien

    It will be nice to see the future Majority Hispanic population just run these fools over.

    • TrueNorthFree

      That’s gonna happen unless whites get serious about breeding.

  • bilderbuster

    If that’s correct then he’s my kind of guy and a fine father too.

  • LiberalismFailed

    The Afrocentric “slaves built the country” hoax being perpetuated again.

  • bilderbuster

    If she removed the apology then she corrected her mistake.
    She’s young and got rattled but now she has back up.

  • carriewhite64

    This Eugene Farr sounds like a pompous cry baby.

  • Unperson

    …she posted a photo to social media of two Confederate flags with the caption “South will rise.”

    If Southern men keep apologizing and groveling like Pops Creatore, then no, it won’t rise. And neither will the North, the West, or anyplace else.

    • Michael Anthony

      Unperson, you clearly have your facts wrong. Mr. Creatore has publicly stated that what his daughter did was NOT wrong, and he wishes that his daughter hadn’t issued an apology because it created the mistaken impression that she felt that she had done something wrong.

  • MikeofAges

    Still, the term “one percenter” has entered the language. I have seen riders in colors with a 1%-er patch. There are outlaw bikers, a minority even of all club members let alone all riders. But they exist. William Queen’s book “Under and Alone” is one account of the outlaw subculture. Queen, an ATF agent, infiltrated an outlaw gang.

  • John Smith

    Meanwhile, Boston U hires an outspoken anti-white she-gro professor and gives her a pass for her anti-white comments as being “free speech.”

    http://www[dot]foxnews[dot]com/us/2015/05/08/boston-university-prof-flunks-white-masculinity-in-controversial-tweets/

  • TrueNorthFree

    “slaves built the country”
    Lefty Multi-Cultists love the make that claim a lot. If someone is stupid enough to say that and believe it, they obviously can’t be taught or reasoned with.

  • brazos

    Every day these backward people prove the south was right. as always give, them an inch,they take a mile.

  • JBUB

    “As these students wave confederate flags and discuss ‘honoring heroes,’ they are raising a red flag about their mindset. We need to respond with firm and significant action. If we do not, racism and ignorance will show up in our schools again and again,”

    Funny I thought there was racism and ignorance in any school that has a majority of blacks in the student body.

  • Shadrach

    Do NOT apologize for being White.

  • Wishsong

    “I’m proud to be a part of my state and I’m sorry my photo was so offensive but I find it appropriate in that I’m honoring heroes that fought to protect their home and families. Thanks though.”

    This Rebel girl has fire. I like her.