Rhodesia was a former unrecognized state in Africa that is now known today as Zimbabwe.
The unrest of late and the increasing volume of ever-present demands to confiscate white wealth give one cause for consideration of an ancient truth of English history. The surrender of sovereignty only begets the basis for more demands to surrender sovereignty. In this article, we will learn about the state of American sovereignty through economics, in the sense of the redistribution of real goods and services. It paints a dire picture of where we are headed in terms of our ability to satiate an alien and invader populace in our own midst while struggling to survive ourselves.
Recently, it has become all the rage among the trained clowns of the NFL to ‘protest’ the National Anthem by kneeling while it is played before games. Liberals and (((other interested groups))) are ecstatic, of course, while normies across America are by turns enraged and insulted by this disrespect. It has provided Southern Nationalists, for those willing to put in the effort, great opportunities for feeding otherwise distracted normie Southerners the ‘red-pill’. This is undoubtedly pragmatic, and all SN’s should be doing their best to strike on this front while the iron is hot.
Genuine American gun culture comes from our rights as Englishmen, as guaranteed by the Crown. This should automatically clear up why New Hampshire has great gun laws and Maryland doesn’t, for those who know history. New Hampshire was established by John Mason under the authority and charter of King James’ Privy Council. Mason was an English sailor, cartographer, and most notably of all, a God-fearing and zealous Anglican. If you’re wondering what kept Vermont relatively sane, I’d call your attention to the fact that Vermont was a frontier state settled largely by families from New Hampshire. One might look at New Hampshire and Vermont as islands of relative sanity adrift in an ocean of Unitarian-Puritanical Dissenter perversion.
In case you were unaware, the cowards at the University of Virginia voted on removing plaques that honored their own alumni that died fighting for the Confederacy. The University of Virginia Board of Visitors, staffed by cucks, bugmen and iconoclasts, passed the resolution and spineless crews have already removed these memorials to bravery. We will not allow them to pass from memory and this post serves as a record of their selfless devotion. The below has been taken from a Richmond Times-Dispatch article from 1905.
Identity Dixie honors our brave dead.