Recently I wrote prepared a flyer that was distributed at an Ozark Craft Festival in Harrison called Crawdad Days. I thought I would share it with you today.
I know many people reading this are not from the South or even from the U.S. So when I say, love your heritage and use the Confederate Battle Flag as a symbol of the heritage I am referring to does not mean it excludes you. In the 1860's it was the battle flag of those southern states, but today it stands as a symbol of white resistance to Global tyranny. It is a flag of White nationalism regardless of what many of those puny heads at the Sons of Confederate Veterans may think. It has grown beyond them and out of their often cowardly hands.
I think you will enjoy it.
Love Your Heritage
Harrison is one of the best little cities in Arkansas with a wonderful history and a bright future. We are progressive and yet remember the "heritage of our birth" which is immortalized on the plaque located across the street at the Confederate Monument. Take a moment to walk a few steps and feel the inspiration from those few short verses. Those of us living in Harrison today can be eternally grateful to our forefathers for giving us this wonderful city to raise our families.
There is no other symbol, other than the Confederate battle flag, that can bring to our remembrance the terrible sacrifice of blood paid by our dear brothers from both the north and the south. That war is now beyond the memory of living men. But honorable men and women cannot and should not forget the price of blood which they freely gave.
However, there are those from across the nation and even within the shadow of our beautiful courthouse that want to dismantle and dishonor the emblems which represent the Bible belt. For example did you know the ADL calls the Confederate Flag a "hate symbol?" Check this out by going to http://www.adl.org/hate_symbols/default_graphics.asp. And there are others who paint the disgusting picture which imply that anyone who loves the flag of southern heritage is an ignorant hateful person. Check it out at this web site http://www.cagle.com/news/flag/flag1.asp. Unfortunately there is a small, but influential minority in our own community, with the apparent leadership of the FEDEx Diversity Council, who is of the opinion that the residents of Harrison and Boone County who love their heritage are ignorant gun-totting rednecks who love freedom, old values and the Bible just a little too much.
Don’t wail to me about how the war is over. We are not interested in fighting the war again! We just want to remember, in a small and humble way, our mothers and fathers who through, tears, pain and sacrifice gave us a community that is the envy of not only Arkansas but the nation as well.
This flag is not about hate. It never was! This flag is about sacrifice. Today we embrace it because it tells us to love our heritage as no other symbol can!