Some Flaggers and Their Friend … Brian Pace

You’ve heard it before: those darn bloggers are going after the Virginia Flaggers by suggesting that they are friends with white supremacists. What falsehood! How unfair!

Really?

Take the case of one Brian Pace. Mr. Pace is a southern nationalist. He runs an online store and has a website. He’s been involved in Mississippi politics, where his presence became an issue with some Republicans. And here’s what he’s said on a message board about the Ku Klux Klan:

WhiteCSA My Name Is Brian Pace A

WhiteCSA Our Klan Movement A

WhiteCSA Our Klan A

And whom might Brian Pace count among his friends?

Susan Hathaway Friend A

Tripp Lewis Friend A

Billy Bearden Friend A

This should come as no surprise to anyone … although we await more non-denial denials, just as we heard them when we highlighted the links between the Virginia Flaggers and Matthew Heimbach.

23 thoughts on “Some Flaggers and Their Friend … Brian Pace

  1. Tony April 12, 2014 / 4:56 am

    It’s heritage, not hate. Except … they are the same thing.

  2. Thelibertylamp April 12, 2014 / 10:14 am

    Good work, S !

  3. Thelibertylamp April 12, 2014 / 10:14 am

    Reblogged this on The Liberty Lamp and commented:
    Good job!

  4. M. E. Martin April 12, 2014 / 3:45 pm

    Creepy lot — including the guy who destroyed the counter-demonstrator’s amp last weekend. Only they are allowed to harass folks at the corner of Boulevard & Grove, don’t you know.

  5. Billy Bearden April 13, 2014 / 9:04 am

    Well, good Sunday morning to you also….
    So, initially I thought the world was on fire, but I checked this out.
    Mr Pace, who I have no idea who or what his political leanings are,
    was approved as a ‘facebook friend’ in January of 2013.
    Since that time, the only communication betwixt he and I
    was his wishing me a happy birthday in February of this year.

    He runs a business and is a leader of this or that group. Well, bully for him.
    I have not patronized his wares or know not of his aforementioned groups.

    He is not a Flagger, and as far as I know he is not SCV. I do not embrace any
    of the hate or radicalism you keep failing to link me to.

    Happy Sunday, Y’all
    God Bless

    • Brooks D. Simpson April 13, 2014 / 10:33 am

      And yet you remain friends with him on Facebook.
      Enough said, Billy Bearden: Southern Man. Seems to me you embraced hate there when you wished that a woman should be raped. Now go and hide behind Connie Chastain’s skirt.

  6. Billy Bearden April 13, 2014 / 9:36 am

    M E Martin –
    Really, no need to lie. Video shows the ‘destroyed amp’ was not ‘destroyed’ and was back in use after the encounter. Why lie? Creepy…..
    M E Martin and others –
    Why continue to support lawbreakers? The enemy of my enemy is my friend?
    When the potty music is blasted around the elderly and children, with language about bitches, hoes, niggers, drugs, guns, and the decline of western civilization in general, RVA says that’s a no-no.

    Richmond code Sec. 18-2. Creating loud, disturbing, etc., noise prohibited; violations and penalties.

    (a) It shall be unlawful to create or assist in creating any unreasonably loud and disturbing noise in the City, and noise of such character, intensity and duration as to be detrimental to the life or health of any person or to unreasonably disturb the quiet, comfort or repose of any person is hereby prohibited.
    (b) Any person who violates any provision of this section shall be deemed to be guilty of a Class 2 misdemeanor.
    (c) Each day of violation of any provision of this section shall constitute a separate offense.
    (d) The person operating or controlling a sound source shall be guilty of any violation caused by that source. If that cannot be determined, any owner, tenant or resident physically present on the property where the violation is occurring is rebuttably presumed to be guilty of the violation.
    (Code 1985, § 19-2; Ord. No. 90-254-238, § 1, 7-23-90; Ord. No. 2000-402-2001-14, § 1, 1-8-01)

    • Brooks D. Simpson April 13, 2014 / 10:40 am

      I don’t see where that allows individuals to take the law into their own hands. And, as we all know, if we shouldn’t support lawbreakers, you shouldn’t support Tripp Lewis, now, should you? And should we support people who advocate rape, Billy Bearden: Southern Man? For a man so sensitive about bad language toward women, how would you characterize what you said? And, as for the n-word, what about John C. Hall, Jr.?
      Thanks for showing us just how hypocritical the Virginia Flaggers are, Billy. You have a nice Sunday, too. Bye-bye.

      • Goad Gatsby April 13, 2014 / 11:10 am

        Also there were a few nice men who probably read about me on their local stormfront forum or heard about me directly from the flaggers. They ask me, Where’s your boom box, you black person loving queer?” Well they didn’t say black person, in fact it was the same word that Billy used in one of his posts. They drove off before I tell them that it was playing and I only love black people because they love me too, I don’t see why that is so queer.

    • Goad Gatsby April 13, 2014 / 11:05 am

      If you think I am breaking the law then go to the police. There was an officer of law right next to me yesterday and he didn’t find it to be a violation. Do not make excuses for some vigilante who did kick my amp, and it the hinges broke and it split in half. I have since then repaired it, however I’m going to let this play out in the courts because that was a deliberate attempt to take away my free speech.

      I also want everyone to know that my amp was only on 5. It’s a shame that the flaggers don’t listen to the lyrics, only when there is profanity. I play a lot of Dead Prez, Kendrick Lamar, Kanye West, Lupe Fiasco, Das Racist, KRS-ONE. I also suggest that you don’t have songs about guns as a negative. Guns save lives. If you would like some recommended listening, I suggest “Terrorist Threats” by Ab-Soul.

      • Brooks D. Simpson April 13, 2014 / 11:12 am

        Of course, Billy Bearden wasn’t there, but that has never prevents him from holding forth on what “must” have happened. Same goes for his shrill defender from Pensacola, who wonders whether it really happened. We’ll see.

        We all know that people protesting in front of the VMFA have broken the law and have been arrested, don’t we, Tripp Lewis?

        • Goad Gatsby April 13, 2014 / 12:17 pm

          Backsass has ask to see the video, I’m sorry but I won’t disclose the information since the case is still ongoing. I’m sure she could ask around with the flaggers. Judy Smith took a picture of the perpetrator and I later found out he is friends with Tripp on Facebook. I’m wondering what it takes to be friends with him?

          • Brooks D. Simpson April 13, 2014 / 1:14 pm

            The last time Connie Chastain implied a report wasn’t true, she soon found herself as twisted as a pretzel in trying to excuse the Flaggers’ association with Matthew Heimbach. Of course, even when confronted with racist comments, bigotry, or vile expressions of violence against women, she’s looked to excuse or explain away those comments.

  7. M. E. Martin April 13, 2014 / 11:14 am

    Thanks for looking up Richmond noise code. Flaggers’ signs inviting passing cars to honk has been a nuisance to the neighbors near the museum for months. Good to know they have some legal recourse!

    And city code Sec. 66-151: “Loitering-Obstructing free passage of others” has much worth looking into, section c below. Flaggers proudly violate these regularly at the museum and outside private residences. But I suppose harassment is only okay if committed by neo-confederates?

    66-151 (c) Prohibited conduct. It shall be unlawful for a person to loiter at any public place or any place open to the public in such a manner as to violate any of the following restrictions:

    (1) No person shall loiter at any public place or any place open to the public so as to unreasonably hinder or obstruct the free normal flow or passage of pedestrians or vehicles thereon.

    (2) No person shall block or obstruct, or prevent the free access to the entrance to any place open to the public.

    (3) No person shall obstruct, molest or interfere or attempt to obstruct, molest or interfere with any person lawfully on or in a public right-of-way, street or highway, in a manner that would cause a reasonable person or pedestrian on a public right-of-way, street or highway to fear for his safety.

    (4) No person shall engage in any conduct having a direct tendency to cause acts of violence by the person or persons at whom, individually, such conduct is directed when such conduct occurs on or in any public place or any place open to the public.

    (5) In order to promote the safe and orderly flow of traffic on the public streets and highways, no person shall stop a motor vehicle in such manner as to impede or render dangerous the use of the streets or highways by others, and no person shall loiter on or in the public streets or highways for the purpose of engaging the operator of any motor vehicle or any passenger in a motor vehicle in conversation or any other activity while such motor vehicle is stopped on the main-traveled portion of a street or highway.

    • Brooks D. Simpson April 13, 2014 / 11:20 am

      Well, remember, Billy Bearden “hope[s] and pray[s]” for acts of sexual violence against a certain black woman.

      He’d been quite at home at Fort Pillow.

      • jfepperson April 13, 2014 / 12:41 pm

        I don’t think so—that was a potentially dangerous situation, lots of bullets flying both ways. People like him are fundamentally cowards.

    • khepera420 April 24, 2014 / 10:40 am

      Ugh, a Christian Reconstructionist to boot.

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