Confederate Flag Rallies Draw Thousands From Across The South.

In the aftermath of the TV campaign of hatred against all things Confederate, good folks are outraged at the ongoing attack on their Southern symbols.

From Occidental Dissent

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Splendid news from across Dixie today, as thousands of brave White, and some Black, men and women assembled across several states to demand their heritage and symbols be restored and respected.

The largest rally in Montgomery, Alabama, site of Governor Robert Bentley’s treasonous decision to remove the Confederate flag from the Capitol monument, drew well over a thousand folks, by conservative estimates, and was hailed as a massive success by those organizing the event.

Speeches concerning the attacks on Southern culture and history were given to a rapturous crowd, topped off with a thunderous rendition of “I Wish I was In Dixie” that brought many of those gathered to the point of joyful and patriotic tears.

Other rallies in Tampa, Florida, Harrison, Arkansas, Gastonia, North Carolina, and Columbia, South Carolina drew hundreds more courageous Southern patriots into the struggle, as the waves of discontent over Marxist cultural genocide continue to grow stronger.

This is only the beginning of something far greater, and a sign that a tough and hardy people, bound by ties of blood, faith, and custom, cannot be held down indefinitely by those who wish death and destruction for all.

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Arkansas witnessed an ad hoc awakening on Saturday as well. No retreat, no surrender, no apology.

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Near Tampa, Florida, hundreds of protesters prevented a tiny group of degenerates from burning a Confederate flag.

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A snapshot of some North Carolinians standing up for their heritage and history.

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Utz Camp Confederate Potluck Dinner.

Our January 2015 Meeting and Potluck Dinner was a great success. We are approaching eighty members and are now the largest Sons of Confederate Veterans Camp in the state of Missouri.

If you would like us to help find you a Confederate Ancestor click here.

Below is a picture of some of our camp members receiving Certificates of Appreciation.

Utz Camp Certificates of Appreciation 2015

Merry Christmas and Happy New Year

Merry Christmas and Happy New Year from the Major James Morgan Utz Camp # 1815 and the Brigadier General Francis Marion Cockrell Chapter # 84 of the Military Order of the Stars and Bars.

Christmas in Dixie

Missouri SCV, Utz. Camp Awards.

Our September 2014 camp meeting with Missouri Division Commander, Darrell Maples. Commander Maples presented awards to the camp that were won at the National Sons of Confederate Veterans Reunion held recently.

 

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SCV and League of the South To Rally In Lexington.

From The Occidental Dissent

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The Maryland/Virginia League of the South will be holding a protest in Lexington, VA this weekend on Saturday, July 26th, in response to the removal of the regimental Confederate battle flags from Lee Chapel at Washington and Lee University. The meeting will begin at the Jackson monument at 10:00 AM.

The SCV is also holding a rally:

“Washington and Lee University has desecrated Robert E. Lee’s grave, but can remedy its error by restoring the Confederate battle flags and separating the chapel from university politics, the commander of the local Sons of Confederate Veterans said.

The Lexington-based Stonewall Brigade plans Saturday to battle the removal of replica flags from Lee Chapel with a downtown flag vigil starting at noon. That will be followed by an open forum at 4 p.m. at the Holiday Inn Express to discuss how to respond to what it terms “grave robbery.” …”

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Confederate flags removed from Robert E. Lee’s tomb.

From TPC

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The president of Washington and Lee University, Kenneth Ruscio, announced in an email this afternoon that the eight regimental Confederate battle flags on display in Lee Chapel, which rests above the crypt where Robert E. Lee and his family are buried, will be removed. He also issued a public apology for slavery.

Back in April, a group of 12 black law students that call themselves “the Committee” issued a series of demands because they reportedly felt “alienation and discomfort” on a campus where blacks are only 3.5 percent of the student body:

1. We demand that the University fully recognize Martin Luther King, Jr. Day on the undergraduate campus.

2. We demand that the University stop allowing neo-confederates to march on campus with confederate flags on Lee-Jackson Day.

3. We demand that the University immediately remove all confederate flags from its property and premises, including those flags located within Lee Chapel.

4. We demand that the University issue an official apology for the University’s participation in chattel slavery, including a denunciation of General Robert E. Lee’s participation in slavery.

Predictably, this petulant list of demands received state, local, and national publicity from the media, and President Ruscio created a special committee to study the issue. “The Committee” promised to engage in “civil disobedience” unless their demands to “remove Lee’s legacy” were not met by September 1.

What can we learn from this episode?

1. This isn’t the first time that blacks have been found molesting the graves of Confederate leaders. The Memphis City Council voted to rename three Confederate parks including the resting place of Nathan Bedford Forrest.

2. Rep. Tyrone Brooks of the Georgia Association of Black Elected Officials orchestrated the removal of the Tom Watson statue on the grounds of the Georgia State Capitol in Atlanta and its replacement with a statue of Martin Luther King, Jr. Governor Deal swore that the removal of the Watson statue was only a public safety issue.

3. The NAACP orchestrated the removal of the Confederate battle flag from the South Carolina State House in 2000 and over 1,000 blacks rallied in January in Columbia to have it removed from the State House grounds altogether.

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Bridgeton Missouri, Confederate Memorial Day 2014

Bridgeton Missouri, Confederate Memorial Day 2014

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More pictures are located under the Utz Camp Photos section.