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A lone white woman living in a black neighborhood in Summerville, SC is being racially harassed by bullies. They say they don’t like her Confederate flag and staged a protest in front of her house Saturday. The campaign of harassment is apparently being led by a radical left-wing Summerville, SC city council member, Aaron Brown.
About 35 people, lured with free food, demonstrated in front of a private residence in Summerville, SC. City Council member Aaron Brown led the group wearing an Obama baseball cap.
About 30 people, including some local CofCC members, countered Brown and his mob. They stood in the woman’s yard with Confederate flags.
Once the main group of protesters and their police escort left, several young thugs remained and shouted racial slurs, profanities, and threats of violence. None of which is being reported by the media, who had a large presence.
Two of the speakers from the 2010 CofCC national conference will be giving encore performances. Virginia Author Louis March and SC political consultant Roan Garcia-Quintana. Both of these gentleman are dynamite speakers.
Also in attendance will by the president of the CofCC, Tom Dover, CofCC national webmaster Kyle Rogers, and NC CofCC leader AJ Barker.
Photo: Some of the CofCC members attending the June 26th Confederate flag rally posing in front of the Confederate Soldier statue.
The Confederate Flag rally is this Saturday at 1:30 PM on the north side of the Columbia Statehouse. The permit runs from 1:00 PM to 4:00 PM. The organizer is asking people to get there at 1:00 PM.
Announcement for the Upstate.
All those that wish to caravan down to the State House for the “Flag Rally” this Saturday(26th), will be meeting at the Dixie Republic store in Travelers Rest(1315 hwy.25) at 10:30am. Free vehicle flags will be provided.
The CofCC is co-sponsoring a Confederate rally and Jeff Davis birthday commemoration on June 26th at 1:30 PM on the north side of the statehouse in Columbia, SC.
This will mark the ten year anniversary of the so-called “compromise” with the NAACP. The NAACP immediately reneged on their end and now demand a complete removal of all
The South Carolina held marches and rallies all over the state for seven years leading up to the “compromise.” For most of that time, we were the only group that was publicly defending the flag.
There will be speakers, including veterans of the 90′s flag fight.
The South Carolina CofCC will be holding public showings of the brilliant A Conversation About Race DVD around the state of South Carolina in September.
There will be showings in Cayce (near Columbia) and Summerville (near Charleston). We also want to have a showing somewhere near Greenville. We are looking for people who can help setup locations in other parts of the state.
We had a showing of this documentary at the 2009 CofCC national conference and it was extremely popular.
Summerville, SC: September 22nd, 7:00 PM – 8:15 PM
Easly, SC: September 23rd, 7:00 PM – 8:30 PM
Cayce, SC: October 1st, 7:00 PM – 8:30 PM
Tuesday, January 20th the South Carolina Palmetto Heritage Coalition will be holding an important meeting. We will be talking about the NAACP campaign to remove the Confederate flag and Confederate soldier statue from the statehouse grounds. We will be talking about the assault on our liberties and freedoms, and the pending Obama regime.
The coalition meetings usually include leaders from the CofCC and numerous other conservative organizations.
Amnesty advocate Sen. Lindsey Graham will be making public appearances June 7th, 8th, and 9th. The CofCC is calling on South Carolinians to tell Graham to stop supporting amnesty.
Graham will be at the following places. Protests will begin 30 minutes before each event starts.
Saturday, June 7th, 5:30 – 7:00 PM
Sterling Garden Center
320 Senate Street
Columbia, SC (Near Gervais & Huger)
Sunday, June 8th, 6:00 – 7:30 PM
Yorktown at Patriot’s Point
40 Patriot’s Point, Mount Pleasant, SC
Monday, June 9th, 5:30 – 7:00 PM
Greenville Drive Stadium
945 South Main Street, Greenville, SC
On April 29th, 2006 the CofCC organized a rally against the Senate Amnesty bill in front of Lindsey Graham’s downtown Greenville office. Over 1,000 people showed up. It was the biggest rally against Amnesty in the country.