The Strategies of War
 
From: vaproto@optonline.net
 
The “council meeting” at Charlottesville is an example of the war strategies of the enemies of freedom and the South. It isn’t a deep, intricate strategy but it is effective. It goes something like this:
 
1. Call a meeting of the local governing group to ostensibly hear the “voice of the People.”
 
2. Make sure that the “People” who support the agenda of the governing group (or at least its majority) know that they will have free rein in that meeting no matter what “opening remarks” are made calling for civility and proper conduct.
 
3. Fill the audience with people for whom “civility and proper conduct” has no meaning other than the restraints under which their opponents will be held.
 
4. Permit the meeting to degenerate into chaos with the larger and louder group shouting down and intimidating those who have come to participate in what they thought was the democratic process; it isn’t.
 
5. Have the media carry the story that whatever “plan” is being considered by the “governing body” has the approval of the people and that those who objected were “racists” or in a small minority.
 
Result? They win (again), we lose (again) and the cultural genocide goes on. We have got to stop thinking that such spectacles as the Charlottesville “meeting” represent a condition of social anarchy and that these “meetings” simply indicate the failure of local government to control the attendees. No such thing! It is as orchestrated as a ballet with the exception that those who are not “in” on the program find themselves trying to make order out of chaos and because most of the time our side is well bred, polite and considerate, we get our collective backsides kicked from here to Sunday.
 
When we start to recognize these politically correct ambushes and we send folks in there who are willing to give “tit for tat” and not be overwhelmed by the biggest mouth in the room, then we might start to get somewhere even if it is only to show our enemies that we are not naive, clueless and pushovers. We just need a few people who are willing to stand up and say that anyone who embraces the murderers John Brown and Nat Turner should get no hearing in front of any civilized audience. If they do, then that speaks volumes not against the speaker, but against his audience.
 
Valerie Protopapas