Abbeville Institute’s James Ruteledge Roesch has written an interesting article lamenting the anti-Southern bias inherent in our conquerors. He mentions Ol Miss being forced to give up its mascot in favor of a less offensive one (among other travesties).
The Persians and Romans at least had the decency to respect the people they conquered; the Assyrians and Babylonians on the other hand, forced their victims to give up their cultures and miscegenate with the invaders. This, says Roesch, is the fate of the South, whose been conquered by the United States of Assyria.
Better he should have said the United States of Babylon; no other organization is promoting satanic Babylonian ideals like us yanks.
This is all good commentary except Roesch goes on to say:
Although there is a time for protesting, the fate of Southern heritage ultimately depends on changing the hearts and minds of the people. To do that, Southerners cannot only take to the streets waving Confederate flags, but must win the war of ideas.
While he doesn’t mention the League of the South here, he obviously has them in mind.
What makes this so asinine is how Roesch offers the obligatory line:
Slavery, of course, should not be endorsed, but it does not follow that any trace of master-slave relations, even an affectionate term of endearment, should be abolished.
Wait…Slavery should not be endorsed?
Why the hell is Roesch supporting the South then?! He may as well say: the slave-based hierarchical social order which supported the entire Southern way of life and culture, should not be endorsed. But that just is to say: he has accepted the Babylonian indoctrination which his entire article is meant to oppose!
How can he lecture the League of the South about “focusing on hearts and minds” when he’s already given up the battle for the hearts and minds?! Either Roesch is too afraid to speak positively about slavery, or he’s genuinely sold on Yankee propaganda that slavery is an evil. In either case, the force of his argument is lost.
The League of the South, on the other hand, has enough foresight to see that the majority of American “hearts and minds” are already bought and paid for by Babylon and the best thing we can do is break fellowship with them; form our own nation and re-build (through independence) a new sense of national identity.
You can’t grow strong hearts without strong soil to plant them in James.