The cultural Marxists have an agenda: Accuse-Convict-Remove.

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Accuse-Convict-Remove
By Walter Donnie Kennedy
In the past few weeks two major interrelated events took place in these once United States of America that should serve as a warning for all Americans. First, after the most contentious confirmation process for a Supreme Court justice in over 100 years, America has displayed its political-cultural division to the world and second, the ever-growing campaign of cultural genocide against all things Confederate continues unabated.

Most Americans, including too many Southerners, do not understand just how these events are related. The use of mob-rule and guilt by accusation as orchestrated by the neo-Marxist cabal should be very familiar to defenders of Southern heritage. The use of force and intimidation attempting to overturn the will of the people (as seen in the Kavanaugh hearings) is the same spirit and action that is being used to remove all things Confederate in Dixie. For example, when Southerners defend memorials of their Confederate ancestors, they are quickly and vociferously met with the charge of “defending slavery” and therefore being racists. Now notice that when the neo-Marxists could not stop the appointment of Judge Kavanaugh to the court by legitimate means, they attempted to do so by using the tried and true method that has worked well in the South. Neo-Marxists quickly pulled from their playbook the well-used and successful technique of Accuse-Convict-Remove! After all, it works well down South why not in Washington?

To implement their technique of Accuse-Convict-Remove, neo-Marxists will find a person or a group of people that will bring a hideous and revolting charge against their victim. In the neo-Marxist world due process with its presumption of “innocence until proven guilty is “gone with the wind!” After the neo-Marxists accusation is stated, the victim is simply pronounced guilty. Once pronounced guilty, a process of denigrating anyone who offers proof of the victim’s innocence will commence.

As with Kavanaugh, when neo-Marxists desires to remove a monument or artifact which reflects positively upon Southern history, the technique of Accuse-Convict-Remove, is used. First it is announced that the “offending” monument or artifact was established to promote “white supremacy” and is therefore a harmful and a hateful racist symbol. As with Kavanaugh, the “guilt” is announced along with the charge. When Southerners (regardless of color or ethnicity) bring forth proof that said monument/artifact was not erected or placed as a symbol of racism, they are forcefully scorned and belittled as being “defenders of slavery” and therefore unworthy of being heard. Just as in the case of Judge Kavanaugh, no proof of innocence is allowed—the charge being so hideous, guilt cannot be questioned. Removal of the offending person/item is all that is left to be done. Fortunately for Kavanaugh, he had strong defenders, unfortunately the Confederacy does not—at least not yet.
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