Well, folks, I had no real interest in giving Connie Chastain any more attention on this blog, as some of you know. Had it not been for southern nationalist Pat Hines’s threat of violence against children, I would have continued to honor that request. But even in this case, Chastain does her best to try to change the issue.
Let’s see what she says on her FB group, shall we?
Yes, there was dead silence from other southern nationalists. You can interpret that as you wish. I saw no signs of support, and no signs of outrage … simply a comment from Hunter Wallace that this was “not wise.”
As some readers here know, not everyone subscribes to Facebook. As some other readers know, it isn’t as if some Facebook postings have not magically disappeared once highlighted. So set aside Chastain’s efforts to change the subject by attacking me, which seems to absorb a great deal of her time and energy. Just understand that she’s not talking about removing Hines from her group. Not at all. Apparently threats of violence against children don’t move her quite as much as she’s asserted.
Another Chastain diversion. Note she doesn’t say whether she’s reported Hines or not. Note that she won’t say it, either. But he’s still a member of her group.
Leave it to Connie Chastain to turn this matter into an attack upon the FBI as well as the readers of this blog.
Then came the additional response … from Pat Hines.
We know what Connie Chastain cares about … attention.
Be careful what you wish for.
Connie mocks my readers, but then suggests that one of them isn’t so dumb after all …
Now, if Connie really believed that (instead of inventing it), wouldn’t she be wise to say nothing as to keep Hines in the dark about her motives? Next she’ll tell you that she really has contacted authorities and is simply trying to fool Hines about that.
All I note is that she doesn’t call Pat Hines an enemy … so she really isn’t quite so moved about this issue, because otherwise she’d be an enemy of violence against children. This should play well when people inquire about Connie Chastain, author.
That said, let’s keep our eyes on the ball. This isn’t about Connie Chastain … it’s about the threat posed by Pat Hines. Yes, I note the failure of prominent southern nationalists to denounce such threats, and Connie’s still trying to turn this into some sort of flame war with her as the center of attention, but the main concern remains threats of violence against schoolchildren followed by Facebook’s failure to act against such threats.