So long as you continue to worry about what your enemies think, you will continue to lose every battle.
As SFC Steven F Barry once said, “There are only two things that we absolutely must do in this country: 1) openly admit to ourselves that we live in a Communist country and 2) quit being polite to the enemy.” — jtl, 419
“The war against the South is part of the war against Christian civilization and against every normal and wholesome human attachment. These people want to obliterate all distinctions, not just between North and South or Liberal and Conservative, but between citizen and alien, male and female, straight and twisted.”
“Southern people, you are at war, whether you want to acknowledge it or not, and in such a war you cannot afford to flinch in the face of the enemy. What do you care what your enemies think of you? So long as you have the slightest whiff of Christianity emanating from your churches, so long as anyone has a kind word to say about General Lee, they will continue their campaign of cultural genocide.”
“So long as you continue to worry about what your enemies think, you will continue to lose every battle. Every generation of Southern children over the past hundred years is less likely to go to Church or speak their local dialect, more likely to tolerate (or practice) perversity and denounce the South. That is because each generation of parents is content to go along to get ahead, conforming to whatever edicts come out of Washington, letting their children’s minds be moulded by the dimwits who graduate from schools of education, watching Fox or CNN, listening to NPR or Sean Hannity.”
“It is time for Southerners to get off the defensive and positively assert the virtues of the South while condemning the vices of their enemies. The South was not perfect, because even to imagine there can be a perfect society is a leftist fantasy, but, compared with most societies of that time, the Kennedy brothers were certainly correct when they titled their book, The South Was Right.”
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