Tuesday, August 9, 2011
This weekend a thunder storm rained out our planned march in Aiken. We are re-scheduling and will soon do a march in the area as planned. We'll keep you informed as to the date when announced.
Sunday, July 31, 2011
The CSRA Southern Nationalists will stage a Confederate flag march in Aiken, SC on August 6, 2011 at 3 PM on Pine Log Road. We will begin at Citizen's Park and will march westward on the sidewalk on the north side of the road. We will march peacefully in an orderly fashion and will not interrupt traffic. We invite all Southerners and people of good will who would like to participate to join our ranks and make a statement to the thousands of hostile outsiders who have flooded the area, oppose our values and politics and refuse to assimilate to Southern culture. We ask that anyone who joins the march remains respectful to motorists and pedestrians at all times - even when vile outsiders who oppose our identity and culture make rude gestures or comments. We will behave as Southern gentlemen and ladies in the face of Yankee/foreign rudeness.
Monday, July 18, 2011
This past weekend, Southern nationalists marched down a heavily travelled road in Martinez area of Georgia. It was a beautiful day and plenty of people were out driving around. We parked in a grocery store parking lot, loaded up some bottled water in our backpack, unfurled our flags and set out down the long stretch of sidewalk. Once the sidewalk ran out we turned around and marched down the other side of road. We got nearly unanimous positive responses from the hundreds of people who passed us. One woman did scream “No!” as she passed but nearly everyone who did respond waved, gave us a thumbs up or shouted praise to us. It was a very encouraging day!
Tuesday, July 12, 2011
This weekend, CSRA Southern Nationalists got together to burn the flags of two internationalist organisations which oppose Southern interests: the United Nations and NATO. The UN promotes abortion, gun control and world government - and, of course, Southerners are not represented in the global body. It's run by the elites for the elites. NATO is a branch of the US Empire and is currently engaging in an illegal war against Libya. It has also promoted the displacement of Western peoples in the Serbian province of Kosovo (which was stolen from the Serbs and given to Albanian terrorists) and in Bosnia. The United States pays for 75% of the NATO budget, which means that Southerners end up footing a large part of the bill for NATO. We say no more Southern blood and treasure for NATO or any other internationalist organisation.
Sunday, June 26, 2011
This Sunday, another Southern patriot and myself decided on the spur of the moment to do a little mini-demonstration and try to generate some good will for our symbols here in the local Aiken, SC – Augusta, GA area. We met on the Jefferson Davis Memorial Bridge (commonly referred to as the “Fifth Street Bridge”) and braved 100 degree heat to fly the colours and wave to passers-by. The response was nearly entirely positive. The vast majority of people, Black, White and Hispanic, waved back to us. Many folks gave us thumbs up and some enthusiastically honked their horns and shouted praise. One man in a van with New York plates stuck his hand out the window and gave us a very energetic thumbs up. In fact, he passed by a little later and again cheered us on! Several folks who were enjoying the afternoon on boats on the Savannah River below us shouted up their approval or wave and gave us thumbs up. In an hour and forty minutes we had only three negative responses. Two less than civilised people yelled profanities at us and one driver flipped us the middle finger. But all in all it was a fun time and we were very happy at the positive feedback from the people. We showed that as few as two patriots can get together, show the colours and rally a little good will for our symbols and our cause. It seems that the Confederate colours are still very popular in our part of Dixie!
Thursday, June 23, 2011
The old Fifth Street bridge that connects downtown Augusta, GA with North Augusta, SC continues to be used for local traffic but has been replaced by a newer, more modern bridge for most traffic. Many locals have likely driven over the bridge without realising that at both sides of the river are plaques to Confederate President Jefferson Davis (I was born and raised in the area and was unaware of the memorial until just recently). The plaques date from 1931 and were put in place by the United Daughters of the Confederacy (UDC) , one of countless monuments and memorials across Dixie the Southern heritage group has erected over the years. The UDC plaques on the South Carolina side of the bridge are nearly covered by unchecked vegetation. The Jefferson Davis Memorial Bridge (a name which is not commonly used any longer – the street signs refer to it as “Fifth Street Bridge”) is one of those little-known treasures of the South’s history and heritage.