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Hungary’s Confederate Flag and the Tea Party

Posted by Bob on February 11th, 2010 under Coaching Session


When Hungary threw off Soviet rule, the State paper in my home town had to use a photo different from the one used in every other paper in America. The State was fighting to get the Confederate flag off of the flagstaff over he State House, and every other news paper had, under the Hungary headline, a photo with a huge Confederate flag right in front of the speakers’ platform.

A major factor in putting that flag there was Hungary’s huge Gypsy population. The Communist Government had suppressed all Politically Incorrect statistics, and one it had just published was that the one quarter of Hungary that was Gypsy committed well over one third of the total crimes.

“Heritage not Hate,” HELL! The Confederacy had no Tradition in Hungary. That flag represented what the anti-white Confederate flag supporters called Hate. It was a screaming denunciation of the anti-white, anti-Hate mongers around the world!

That flag was a denunciation of the lies and suppression of the leftist regime that had just fallen. It was answered by the State newspaper’s suppression.

If it is not pro-white, the Confederate flag is nothing. Respectable conservatism is facing a grassroots revolt in the Tea Party Movement, but it will be abortive because it, too, does not dare face what is actually happening to America.

By concentrating on the Tea Party, the media will once again avoid the reality the American grassroots is struggling with. The Tea Party will be obsessed with all the things respectable conservatives shout about.

The only important thing about the Tea Party is that it reflects an understanding that our anti-white political right has a symbiotic relationship with our political left. That realization has taken my entire lifetime, and it is a major step forward.

But until it includes a pure, unadulterated HERESY it will not mean anything positive.

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  1. #1 by Dave on 02/11/2010 - 10:23 am

    Both the Left and Right are welded together in the conviction that “intellectuals” should rule (and be extremely well paid for doing so).

    Behind the scenes, they admire each other endlessly and congratulate each other on their sterling characters, genius, and profound insights. This explains McCain’s deep affinity for Ted Kennedy.

    McCain is passe, but don’t be confused by the new up and coming “conservatives”. They are cut from the same cloth, including, I am afraid, Sarah Palin.

    In their campaigns they conduct themselves like the witch doctors that used to rule Togo. The basic message they put out to their opponents is: “My magic is more powerful than yours!”

    The basic message of every politician on each side of the debate: “Me have powerful magic!” (get a load of Tom Tancredo, for example)

    The pretty much describes the political debate among the political class and parties, and of course, the Tea Party is being swept into this with tremendous speed.

    Carefully note Robert Whitaker’s key comment on the Tea Party: “But until it includes a pure, unadulterated HERESY it will not mean anything positive.”

  2. #2 by Simmons on 02/11/2010 - 12:19 pm

    Of course the answer lies at our feet but we are too smart to look down.

    The word “racist” is used to shut us up, to bully us and stymie every advancement on any issue we choose to extoll. Ask the tea party types about the magic spirit powers of the word “racist.”

    The politician who grasps this will grasp power of an exponential quality. I’ll even write the first line of their speech.

    “For far too long my friends, my countrymen the corrupt of our political class and their media sychophants have bullied us with the use of the word “racist”, but no longer, the day has arrived where you have a voice that won’t be silenced by those craven cowards who use the word invented by a communist mass murderer.”

    From there describe a political movement meaning to do what they are supposed to do, to protect and advance the interests of its constituents.

  3. #3 by Simmons on 02/11/2010 - 12:38 pm

    Coincidently my membership in the League of the South came up today. So I wrote Mike a short letter explaining what I just wrote in the above post. And being a true American I blamed someone else for my actions, I blamed Bob Whitaker.

    I will also do this to the CofCC. What is the point of sending money to people who cannot look down for the answer, but always seem to be looking up as if the Professor’s chalkboard has a hidden answer on it.

    Endlessly seeking a way around the word “racist” is a losing proposition, as if we will find that one magic issue that the left and respectables won’t find hidden “racist” meaning. Need an example look at Blimpy Pills Limbaugh chasing his tail after the left finds hidden “racism” in some harmless issue he pulls out of his repetoire.

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