Is. Ms. Alabama proof that Southern society has been fully converted to Northern mindset?
June 17, 2013
It wasn’t that long ago that a wave of secession petitions bombarded the WhiteHouse.Gov website. It was quite the inspiration that started off with one man from Louisiana and spread like wildfire to all former 13 Confederate states. This act gave hope to those who wish to maintain their Southern Heritage, Culture, Independence and Dignity but one quote from a Southern Belle during last night’s Miss USA pageant makes this writer now question if we can ever salvage any of our culture.
During last night’s contest actress Wendy Malick asked Miss Alabama , Mary Margaret McCord, the following question. ( From the Beta Beat blog ):
“Government tracking of phone records has been in the news lately. Is this an invasion of privacy, or necessary to keep our country safe? Why or why not?”
To which Ms. Alabama replied:
““I think the society that we live in today, it’s sad that we go to the movies, or to the airport, or even to the mall, that we have to worry about our safety. So I would rather someone track my telephone messages and feel safe wherever I go, than feel like they’re encroaching on my privacy.”
After giving her answer the crowd cheered. It is a sad thing to witness. Supposedly one of the South’s best and brightest stating that she is willing to give up her privacy, her freedom to “feel” safe. It is even sadder when one wonders if this is how the majority of Southerner’s feel, especially when you think that 150 years ago Southerners were willing to risk everything, their lives, their property and their wealth to hold steadfast to what they believed was the original intent of the Constitution by our Founding Fathers who authored it.
I will go a step further. I believe this is how government wants it and that this plan was put in place at the moment Reconstruction began following the War of Northern Aggression.
First strip the citizens of their rights,( especially the right to vote or run for office), then appoint “carpet bagger” politicians from the North to rule over you. After this was accomplished they appointed minorities to enforce those rules, manipulating them into believing that all that was once their former masters would be theirs, creating an environment of racial tension which would insure that the South would forever be divided.
The North won the war, eventually the South won the peace and true representation of Southerners, by Southerners was again achieved this lasted for roughly 100 years until the Democratic Party ruled by Southerners was hijacked by liberals like Lyndon Johnson who ushered in “the Civil Rights Era” or what I like to call the South’s Second Reconstruction. This movement was more about giving the Federal Government the ability to subjugate the states than it was about guaranteeing the rights of minorities. Part of this movement was Johnson’s “War on Poverty” and what is the legacy of this war? It is more people on welfare and food stamps and unemployment than ever before. Minorities are still slaves the only change being the government is now their master and its policies guarantee that they will forever be their master, no emancipation this time.
The South’s Third Reconstruction comes in the form of unlimited immigration. The combination of immigration and welfare programs that reward those who are unmarried and reproduce while punishing those who are married, continue the destruction of a once unique culture.
The South’s Fourth and final Reconstruction is the hijacking of the education system by the federal government. By taking the duty of education from the states and individuals who reside within them and implementing policies such as “no child left behind” and “common core” education the true history and heritage of our culture (which includes the founding of this nation) is distorted, manipulated and censored. The end result is a beautiful Southern belle from Alabama, who has no idea of her history, her heritage or her rights guaranteed to her by the Constitution. In other words, every Yankee’s dream- Editor