The Kennedy Center makes a point of presenting its Profiles in Courage awards primarily to leftists. ESPN for the last two years has celebrated the “courage” of homosexual Michael Sam and trans-gendered Bruce/Kaitlyn Jenner. And we are bombarded constantly with the term “courage” in describing the exploits of Michael King (aka Martin Luther King, Jr.) and the entire pantheon of “civil rights heroes.”
So you’re asking us to believe that the heroes of the left are “courageous” when they have the money, influence, and political power of the US Establishment firmly behind them? Get real.
The most courageous people in America today are Southern nationalists who have no support other than ourselves alone. We have no big money from government, business, or foundations; we have no influence with the elite media or the makers of popular culture; and we surely have no support from the political Establishment. On the contrary, not only do we not have the support of these entities but their outright enmity.
So we are underdogs, rebels, and eventually we may very well be forced to become outlaws fighting against an unjust system that seeks our very destruction. Even so, our volunteers in the Southern nationalist movement continue to stream in. Why? Because they are men and women of true courage, unlike the false examples the Establishment holds up for public adulation.