[From "Proud to be American?"]
The yellow banner hung there from a fence in front of an average house in a typical Southern small town[…]“Proud American” was all it said. “Proud?” I pondered, “What is there to be proud about?” Hanging next to it was a Thin Blue Line American flag and an Alabama for Trump flag. I considered it all, and internally thought, “Surely there is nothing left to be proud about this country. We had an election stolen from us[…]America spits in the face of the Creator in ever aspect, profaning marriage, and 63 million sacrificed babies. Now, we are to the point were we openly endorse children castrating themselves and claiming God made a mistake when He assigned their sex at conception“
America has risen from her very highest and now she’s at her absolute lowest[…]The only explanation has to be the judgment of God[…]We’ve seen sodomy, once a criminal offense in radical states such as California and New York, being paraded in the streets of an average Southern town[…]A man dressing up in women’s clothing was something that would have had him locked in an insane asylum
One thing that is (still) great about America is the genuinely different and native cultures in the United States[…]We’ve brought tribes from nearly every corner of the world and created varied new identities under the umbrella of “American,” but is it necessarily a healthy thing?
We, Southern men (and women), have lost our identity. We’ve been transformed into this amalgamation of just being “American.” Before the War of North Aggression, most Southern men (and Yankees, for that matter) wouldn’t have identified as “American,” but rather from their native state
Southern man, set your sights locally and take pride in what God has given you. You owe no pride in modern America