by Al Benson Jr.
Member, Board of Directors, Confederate Society of America
As the willful cultural genocide in this country continues, we now find that the song “Dixie” has to go from a school in Arab, Alabama. The song has “racist connotations” and so must be removed, replaced, shoved down the memory hole, where all “racist” instruments go except the institution of slavery and that only avoids the memory hole because the cultural Marxists can continue to use it as a political weapon to beat to death any who would be bold enough to stand up for the heritage and culture of the South–which must be destroyed at all costs.
And so the “fight song” of this school, which has heretofore been Dixie will have to be replaced with something else. How about The Communist Internationale? That song would be appropriate for every public school in this country, or perhaps Comrade Obama’s favorite, “I’d like to teach the world to sing” (everything except Dixie).
Southern songs, Southern traditions and culture, all need to go from Southern schools so your grandchildren will have no memory of their real history and heritage. If they still retain strong memories of their true heritage and culture then it’s not so easy to mold their spiritual clay into pottery for the New World Order to fill with its spiritual and political offal.
Those who continue to sit idly by and do or say nothing while all this goes on will be guilty of complicity in the destruction of their children’s cultural memory. And those among their children that finally, through God’s providence, wake up and see what has transpired may well end up cursing them. If the kids ever get to the point where they say “Why didn’t you tell us?” how will they answer? Well, those ball games were really important you know.
A people that has no sense of its real history has no idea of where it should be going or how to get there. That’s the whole idea. Rob people of their history and culture and you rob them of their future and their future belongs to you!
You folks who are having your history and culture stolen and doing nothing about it need to reflect on that.