Billy Bearden: Voice of Tolerance

Over at David Grove’s FB group Dixie News & Talk, formerly Connie Chastain’s Backsass! page, we come across yet another sign of Billy Bearden’s tolerance for people who do not agree with him:

Bearden on Takei

Yes. the same Billy Bearden who said this.

Wonder why Billy’s always thinking about acts of violence against non-white people? Wonder why lynching came to his mind this time …

Prepare for the usual excuses from the usual suspects. Just another Virginia Flagger speaking his mind.

13 thoughts on “Billy Bearden: Voice of Tolerance

  1. Spelunker July 5, 2014 / 4:10 am

    Look, it’s really easy to get out of the “racist” charge. Michael Hill has a PhD but he tells people he doesn’t know what the word means. Believe it or not, it works. Billy should just do what Hill does, or tell everyone that Leon Trotsky invented the word, just so Liberals can slander the Right with it.

  2. taxsanity July 5, 2014 / 10:04 am

    I could be wrong, but it seems the price we pay for not putting a few Confederate leaders on trial — not to jail them, but to establish a record — is the hate just keeps going.

    For example, Davis and David Atchison should have been tried for the killings sprees in Kansas from 1855 on.. Atchison would have probably boasted of the killing at trial, as he did at the time in his May 1856 speech. If you don’t know about David Atchison killing spree — he boasted of gathering an army of men from Texas, under a red flag for blood, to kill and terrorize anyone in KS who dared SPEAK against slavery. And he was funded by Jefferson Davis, as Secretary of War. YOu really need to read the speech — it’s both a history lesson and an insight — Atchison bragged in the most violent terms that the :”entire South” wanted “war carried” into Kansas! And he claimed the “present administration” (Pierce and Davis and Douglas) wanted the war there.

    Douglas had died of course, but Douglas played a key role in helping Atchison and Davis do the killings to silence speech against slavery.

    When KS finally had honest votes, the vote was .>95% against slavery!

    Instead of teaching what these men did, we taught what they said when they wanted to spin the BS. Jeff Davis needed to be asked by what right did he hire killers to invade KS in 1856? Lee needed to be asked about the slave girls he had whipped, and why did he stay in uniform AFTER he heard of plans for military coup? His oath specifically mandated he arrest anyone that spoke of such things. Other officers DID resign immediately when they heard of such plans, but Lee did not. That’s treason.

    We could have let them all go — establish a record of the killings they did, the tortures, they ordered, the treason they committed, and let them go. Fine with me. But by not establishing a clear record, we have let a vile and false history grow, and we may be paying the price for that

  3. OhioGuy July 5, 2014 / 11:41 am

    Good points and info taxsanity.

  4. Bob Nelson July 5, 2014 / 5:16 pm

    I personally don’t understand why you spend so much time arguing with these nincompoops. Seriously. Here’s a guy with a PhD., a university professor and a published author arguing/debating with trolls. To me it seems to be a total waste of time.

    • Brooks D. Simpson July 5, 2014 / 11:10 pm

      All I’m doing, Bob, is sharing what they say. That doesn’t take much time. If anything, I waste more time dealing with people who tell me it’s a waste of time after they have wasted their time telling me it’s a waste of time. Show me the time and space I spent on today’s posts arguing or debating with these people. I’m simply sharing what they say.

      Please … I find this reply to your complaint a waste of time, and in the future I’ll simply follow your suggestion about not wasting time and not post your complaints or my responses to them. 🙂

      • Bob Nelson July 6, 2014 / 7:12 am


          • Brooks D. Simpson July 6, 2014 / 8:48 am

            Ah, yes. Pat Hines. Another fitting reminder of the roots of certain Confederate heritage advocates (and watch as the usual suspects don’t distinguish themselves from him, either).

            It’s a heritage of hate and intolerance, folks, and its faces include those of Carl Roden, Billy Bearden, David Grove, Connie Chastain, Pat Hines, Matthew Heimbach … meet your Confederate heritage advocates! Susan Hathaway must be proud to call such people her friends.

  5. Brooks D. Simpson July 7, 2014 / 10:53 am

    As expected, Carpin’ Connie Chastain defended poor liddle Billy, who tends to fall silent at these moments (perhaps it’s because it’s too hard to extract his foot from his mouth). You know, the vile one who has her own fantasies about violence.

    These Flaggers are all about sex and violence. Sometimes they confuse the two.

    • Spelunker July 7, 2014 / 11:00 am

      Connie’s nickname should be ‘The Mouth of the South’.

  6. The other Susan July 7, 2014 / 9:40 pm

    This is weird because there actually was a Twilight Zone that involved George Takei and a racist. Hopefully for Billy he doesn’t have any enchanted swords in his attic.

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