“Crab cakes and football! That’s what Maryland does!” The entire culture and tradition of the Chesapeake bay region, and one of the original thirteen colonies has boiled down to its sheer consumerist base. Many of us have seen The Wedding Crashers as one of the many throw away lines that is supposed to represent the culture and values of the Old Line State.
We on the Alt-Right understand that culture and traditions are inexorably linked to the people who created them, blood and soil indeed. What Under Armour, and the various cheap commercialization organizations, has done to our most sacred and hallowed symbols is the destruction of true white identity for those who bore that history in favor of a cheap made Americana substitute.
Kevin Plank, the founder of Under Armour Inc., began his regional company with the goal of creating a new breed of sports products. Plank’s vision was all the best attributes of the Saxon work ethic. But like all good ideas, that (((certain))) subset wished to exploit this trait for their own benefit. We have taken hallowed and sacred symbols, like the Calvert arms (or in the broader sense, the Confederate flag) and allowed it to become a cheap commercialized facsimile of the original.
This “Wal-Mart” version is devoid of any of the real meaning of the source material, and can be safely managed as a consumer product. Thus, the history of a proud state, with a lineage stretching back to 1634 and the far shores of Southern England, can now be the tool of acculturation for the new immigrant and transplant to express their “identity” with the local culture.
White Southern culture has been appropriated, and is being used as the catalyst for our own destruction. You need only look at the merchandise bearing our symbols, and the degeneracy that is now being expressed under our old banners to see the diversity subsuming our people.
-By William Poole
Oh, I'm a good old Rebel, now that's just what I am; For this "Fair Land of Freedom" I do not give a damn! I'm glad I fit against it, I only wish we'd won, And I don't want no pardon for anything I done.