FEDERALIST Figures Out That War On The South, Confederacy, Is War On America
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The neocons over at The Federalist have finally figured it all out: “The Confederate Statue Controversy Isn’t About Slavery, It’s About Ending America.”

No need to repeat the obvious by quoting the piece. VDare.com,  often via the columns of Sam Francis, has warned about this for years, but no one on the right, specifically the neocons, would listen.

They assiduously promoted all things black, most notably “Black History Month” and  the deification of the pro-Communist Martin Luther King, peddling the nonsense that the philandering tomcat was a “conservative,” a lie if there ever was one.

Francis explained what was happening:

“[T]he true meaning of the holiday is that it serves to legitimize the radical social and political agenda that King himself favored and to delegitimize traditional American social and cultural institutions—not simply those that supported racial segregation but also those that support a free market economy, an anti-communist foreign policy, and a constitutional system that restrains the power of the state rather than one that centralizes and expands power for the reconstruction of society and the redistribution of wealth….

“By placing King—and therefore his own radical ideology of social transformation and reconstruction—into the central pantheon of American history, the King holiday provides a green light by which the revolutionary process of transformation and reconstruction can charge full speed ahead.”

It was only a matter of time before the attacks on Confederate heroes and the battle flag became a generalized attack on any American symbol of the past that in any way suggests that whites made the country what it is. Seeing the surrender on R.E. Lee and Stonewall Jackson, sensing blood in the water, the left broadened its attack to Francis Scott Key, then Jefferson.

As I wrote a while back, my father told me decades ago a race war was coming. Well, it’s here.


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