I am a proud conservative, and always have been. I go to a public high school which is crawling with liberals who are constantly wanting to tear down our Confederate monuments because they are "racist". I have to defend our ancestors the best I can. I was losing hope in America and thinking that nobody supported the CSA like I did. One day I was browsing Instagram and discovered this page/website. It restored my faith in the country. This is a large organization and I am proud to be a part of it. As of right now I plan on waving my flag high at the Richmond rally this coming May. General Crompton, you are doing an amazing job, and I thank you for what you do for us.
Hi, I'm from California (a Union state) and I've been a resident of this state for my whole entire life. I've visited the South with my family twice in my lifetime once in New Orleans, Louisiana and again in Atlanta Georgia. I have known the Confederacy, Confederate flag, and Confederate monuments have been around so I did some online checkups. After listening to Americans opinions on the Confederate flag and Confederate monuments (as well as state voters opinions of them), the fact that thousands of Hispanics, Native Americans, Jews, Northern-born Confederates and even a few Chinese and indigenous Hawaiians fought for the Confederacy, reading some Confederate documents that related to states rights (the Provisional Constitution, Confederate Constitution, Jefferson Davis 1860 speech, and non-slavery-related secession ordinances), and some Sons of Confederate Veterans material. I have come to known that it's not racist to love the Confederacy and all things Confederate, just ask the Sons of Confederate Veterans, United Daughters of the Confederacy, Confederate flag supporters at rallies, the 62 percent and 43 percent of Americans that view the rebel flag and monuments as southern pride not racism, Brazil's Confederados. We even have some blacks and who consider the Confederacy as part of their heritage. When these Confederate monuments were built largely by the UDC they were built not because of honoring slavery, racism or white supremacy but they were instead built to honor historic figures who were their ancestors that had a profound effect on American history. The Confederate flag and monuments are historically significant symbols that matter not just to Southern history but also American history as well and therefore based on majority opinion should be kept as is (with the only exceptions being relocation to cemetries or museums).
I'm proud southern male. Who believe in my southern heritage. I stand with the C.S.A. II. Keeping my southern heritage alive for my grandchildren. It's my right to my confederate flags, the stars and bars, and battle flag. I don't care what the liberal media said. Robert E. Lee and Stone wall Jackson was great men. And all men who fought for the confederate.
I'm Bi-racial and was always taught that the flag was Heritage and Not Hate.
I'm Bi-racial and was always taught that the flag was Heritage and Not Hate. I've seen it all my life and never felt threat until the media explained that I'm supposed to fear it and then almost overnight I thought it was evil. That is until I stood back with suspicion and looked at things as an individual and realized the media message may be wrong and my original feelings were correct. I hope you all can get the message out. Heritage not Hate. Thanks
"I am not of southern heritage by birth, but I should of been, I support your initiates 100% and will do whatever I can to support you! God bless your organization and the New Confederate States of America......I stand with you!"