Va Flaggers joined Jamie Funkhouser

Six inches of Freedom.

The Va Flaggers joined Jamie Funkhouser and the Tar Heel Flaggers in Reidsville, NC to stand in the spot where a Confederate Monument once stood. After being hit by a vehicle, the NC State UDC decided NOT to put the monument back where it has stood for 101 years, in the center of town, but to move it to an obscure cemetery location, rather than "cause controversy". Jamie has been standing in this circle for over a year and is now, thanks to Reidsville officials, is forced to stand on the 6" curb of the monument. Here, Va Flagger TriPp Lewis has a little fun with it...

"Legal precedent means nothing. Rule of law means nothing. Free speech means nothing. Their own treaties mean nothing. It's unbelievable. Anyone in the west who honestly thinks he's still living in a free society is either a fool or completely out of touch." ~ Simon Black, Sovereign Man


6 Inches of Freedom City of Reidsville

Just for carrying Virginia State Flag

Citizen of Virginia being thrown off a public park by the VMFA security.

Just for carrying Virginia State Flag


Flag & Heritage Alert, Waynesville, NC

"Personally, I have been more than uncomfortable with the flag's presence on government property,” Waynesville Attorney wrote in an email to county commissioners. “Will you please take action, quietly and effectively, to stop the display of this divisive symbol?" ~ Bob Clark

"One Confederate group, the United Daughters of the Confederacy, urged local Confederate supporters not to cause a ruckus.

“The best thing to do in this case is not to replace the flag you are using and let the matter die a natural death,” wrote Aileen Ezell, president of the N.C. Division of the United Daughters of the Confederacy. “We gain nothing by fighting this. It is amazing to me that such a small flag has caught so much attention.” ~ Susan Frise Hathaway

Flaggers Gather in Haywood County, NC

Confederate flag causes stir (short, free version)

Southerners protest removal of flag from NC courthouse
UDC refuses to defend Confederate flag


Mayor Gavin A. Brown
P. O. Box 100
Waynesville, NC 28786


1257 Poplar Cove Road
Clyde, NC 28721
Phone: 828-627-6109 (h)
Cell: 828-507-2315
E-mail: markswanger@bellsouth.net

J. W. “KIRK” KIRKPATRICK, III, Vice Chairman
600 Laurel Ridge Drive
Waynesville, NC 28786
Phone: 828-452-0801 (w)
Fax: 828-452-1861
E-mail: kirk@jwklaw.net

L. KEVIN ENSLEY, Commissioner
170 Yates Cove Road
Waynesville, NC 28785
Phone: 828-627-3765 (h)
Cell: 828-734-8713
E-mail: lkensley@bellsouth.net

3796 Jonathan Creek Road
Waynesville, NC 28785
Phone: 828-926-9549 (h)
Cell: 828-506-2174
E-mail: sorrells@cbvnol.com

BILL L. UPTON, Commissioner
8 Pasadena Street
Canton, NC 28716
Phone: 828-648-7469
Cell: 507-2129
E-mail: billupton@bellsouth.net


Disgraceful of Watauga Historical Association !


The grass is now cut.... WHY?

The media coverage of The Tennessee Flaggers, showed the uncut grass.... I'm sure this motivated WHA to cut the grass.

The Confederate Graves Still Marked with Confetti!!
Photos HERE

WHA continues to disgrace our Southern heroes in Elizabethton, Tennessee!!!

It looks like the "Green Hill Cemetery Preservation Committee" of WHA might have abandoned their care taking.

I would like to mow this. Five or six people can mow in about 45 minutes. A riding mower cannot be gotten in due to the locked gate. I do not believe the graves with orange tape (Confederate graves and Tipton plots) can be mowed without cutting the tape.

These photos show how close the cemetery is to being unmowable with push mowers.

For The Tennessee Flaggers

From WHA's facebook page:

The Watauga Historical Association promotes interest in genealogical research, family histories, promotion and preservation of all matters related to the history and culture of the Watauga Valley. Also, maintaining the historic Green Hill Cemetery in Elizabethton.

(Unless it be Confederate history or culture!!) ~ PoP Aaron

General meeting is held the first Thursday of each month at Tipton-Haynes State Historic Site in Johnson City; 6:30 PM.

Green Hill Cemetery Preservation Committee is affiliated with W.H.A. and actively maintains the historic site. Memorial Day activities are conducted honoring all veterans buried there.

(Not Confederates!!) ~ PoP Aaron

Estimates show Watauga Historical Association employs 2 people and has an annual revenue of $100,000.

Send a (nice) letter of your concern about our Confederate heroes:

Watauga Historical Association
P.O. Box 1776
Elizabethton, TN.37643