Monday, September 26, 2011

Black neighbors are complaining over the Confederate battle flag.

Annie Chambers Caddell is an old resident of Summerville, South Carolina. She lives in a predominantly black neighborhood that could not survive after the Civil Rights Act was passed in 1964. Aside from that, she is a very patriotic woman who tries to express a noble pride towards her herritage by waving a Confederate flag on her background.

Image: Annie Chambers Caddell 
Imagine what it's like for a white person to live among black racists all alone, especially deep down the American South, who refuse to even recognize her rights to be a Southerner. So, this week, a huge protest took place in Summerville with blacks marching all over the streets talking about how racist this woman is. One woman, who is black of course, says that the Confederate flag reminds her [black] community of slavery and racism. They had a counsil of liberals discussing this whole issue.
Well, let's just hope that Ms. Caddell will take her rights back from the black.


  1. You know, I am a Black American who was born, raised and live in the northeast. My family hails from Marion, South Carolina.

    Black folks on the whole have been indoctrinated that past four and half decades and taught to despise the Confederate Flag.

    Admittedly, there was a time (when I was younger) that I had no love for that flag but I guess that age, wisdom, God and love of country has opened my eyes and broadened my mind.

    The Confederate Flag like the American Flag is part of our history. Nothing is going to change that, not even a bunch of self-loathing, brainwashed, racist Democratic puppets.

    Adding insult to injury, is that it escapes these people that they are the true racists and useful idiots since they have been successfully brainwashed to despise that which is very much a part of them.

    Leave the flag and the lady alone.

  2. P.S. Great post. You are now on my blogroll.