22nd Annual White Christian Heritage Festival
in bucolic Pulaski. This year’s festival was apparently quite a hit, featuring white pride crafts on display and a refreshment stand with hot dogs and BBQ. Heritage Connection
--one of most popular acts in the white separatist movement (seriously)-- rocked the little town square and played their most requested song “Aryan Warrior.”
Weirdly, media from around the world were present, including National TV from Russia, Telecinco of Spain, Novus TV from Holland and Geo Magazine from Italy. This group
of uber conservative Christians from Nashville was also there doing whatever it is they do.
It is so important to remember white heritage. We just don’t get to do that enough in a country where the vast majority of people are white, most holidays were started by white Christians, almost everybody on TV or radio is white and our government is, for the most part, composed of white guys.
It’s great that these fine people are taking the time to pause and think of our glorious white past in this age where white people still run pretty much everything.
On a historical note, Pulaski was the birthplace of the KKK, though townsfolk there are trying hard to repudiate that history. I called the Giles County government office and no one there would talk to me about this event and I guess I can't really blame them.
"I don't want my
head on a platter," said one woman who answered the phone there.
Once again, I forgot to mark my calendar and missed the