You don’t care about your Southern American ancestors if you support the Zionist State of Israel—you simply don’t.

You don’t care about the Palestinian people if you support the censorship of Confederate flags and monuments—you simply don’t.

The Palestinian people are suffering the same subjugation, displacement, and genocide that our Southern American ancestors were suffering 150 years ago.

150 years ago, our Southern American ancestors were suffering the same subjugation, displacement, and genocide that the Palestinian people are suffering today.

These two holocausts are the same—and you had better understand this.


Zionism is Jewish nationalism.

When you “stand with Israel,” you support Jewish nationalism.

Do you remember how you felt when watching news footage of the tragedy that occurred in Charlottesville, Virginia last year?

That tragedy was not caused by White nationalists, that tragedy was caused by Mike Signer, the White Democratic mayor of Charlottesville, and Wes Bellamy, the Black Democratic vice mayor of Charlottesville—and ultimately by the Dishonorable Nikki R. Haley.

And President Trump was not lying when he said there were some very fine people there defending their historical monument against two local despots—there were.

But there were allegedly some White nationalists there too—and do you remember how you felt about those alleged White nationalists?

My mother once said the Nazi Germans were selfish—and that was true, to some extent.

The Nazi (National Socialist) Party of Germany combined socialism with German nationalism.

The Nazi Germans were selfish, in the sense that all that mattered to them was Germany.

But the Nazi Germans’ ideology and agenda were borrowed from Zionist Jews in Germany.

And it was Zionism—Jewish nationalism—that contributed, at least in part, to the rise of German nationalism, in the first place.

Zionist Jews are selfish too.

Zionist Jews only care about Jewry—the Jewish population of the world.

Understand—Zionism has nothing to do with the Jewish religion of Judaism.

Zionism has everything to do with Jews, as an ancestral group—most Zionist Jews are irreligious, and many of them are antireligious.  

Most Zionist Jews are not practitioners of the Jewish faith—they are secular humanists, many of whom proudly consider themselves atheists.

Nationalism is not necessarily a negative ideal—in fact, it is always understandable, and it is sometimes arguably necessary.

There are White nationalists in the United States today, and there are Black nationalists in the United States today—and both groups have valid concerns.

The German nationalists had valid concerns too—and so did the Jewish nationalists.

As a citizen of the United States, you would probably not mind if White nationalists had their own nation somewhere else.

As a citizen of the United States, you would probably not mind if Black nationalists had their own nation somewhere else.

But what if your government established and supported a White-nationalist nation somewhere else—with your money?

What if your government established and supported a Black-nationalist nation somewhere else—with your money?

You wouldn’t like that a bit, would you?

Well, your government established a Jewish-nationalist state somewhere else, in 1948—with your money.

And your government supports this Jewish-nationalist state somewhere else today—with your money.

When you “stand with Israel,” you support your government’s support of a Jewish-nationalist state—with your money, but without your understanding of what you are supporting.

When you “stand with Israel,” you support your government’s support of a Zionist state—with your money, but without your understanding of what you are supporting.

Every year, your United States government donates billions of your tax dollars to support a foreign government that was illegally established, in the first place.

Every year, your United States government spends billions more of your tax dollars on weapons to maintain this foreign government’s brutal occupation of a land that never belonged to it—a brutal subjugation, and even genocide, of the indigenous people of Palestine, by Jews of Eastern European and Turkish descent—not Palestinian descent.

That’s right, just as the Israel of today is not the Israel of Biblical times, the Israelis are not the Israelites.

Almost two thousand years ago, most Jews in the Holy Land left the Holy Land.  And they left it because of persecution by Romans—not Arabs.

These Jews migrated to Turkey and Eastern Europe—where they interbred with Turkish and Eastern European Gentiles for so many centuries that they were barely Jewish, in the end.

But almost two thousand years later, in the late Nineteenth century, an Ashkenazi (Eastern European) Jew in Germany, by the name of Theodor Herzl, started a Jewish-nationalist movement—the Zionist movement.

The Jewish nationalists—Zionists—decided to establish a purely Jewish state in Palestine.

It didn’t matter to these Jewish nationalists that the land of Palestine—the Holy Land—had been populated primarily by Christian and Muslim Arabs for over 1300 years—since most of the original Jews had left that land almost two thousand years before.

And these Jewish nationalists—wealthy, powerful Jews, not poor Jews in ghettos—forced the hands of a majority of United Nations member states to forcibly establish their Zionist State, their Modern State of Israel, in Palestine in 1948.

And your country, the United States of America, was this Zionist State’s primary supporter then—and is still this Zionist State’s primary supporter now.

Every year, billions of your tax dollars—that could be used to help the American people—are diverted to the Jewish State of Israel, to hurt the Palestinian people instead.

And only you can stop your government from placing the demands of the Israeli government above the needs of the American people.

Only you can stop “standing with Israel,” and start standing for America instead.


“It is significant for the language struggle on the whole that its ways engulf the school, the seed bed of the coming generation.  The child is the objective of the struggle and the very first appeal is addressed to it:

“‘German boy, do not forget that you are a German.’

“‘German maid, remember that you are to be a German mother.'”

It is significant for the American struggle on the whole that its ways engulf the school, the seedbed of the coming generation.  The child is the objective of the struggle and the very first appeal is addressed to it:

‘American boy, do not forget that you are an American.’

‘American girl, remember that you are to be an American mother.’


Roe v. Wade must be overturned because it is murdering children, because it is infringing on the rights of our states and the citizens of our states—and because it is damaging our American conscience.

Obergefell v. Hodges must be overturned because it is damaging children’s minds by completely confusing them about sexuality, because it is infringing on the rights of our states and the citizens of our states—and because it is damaging our American conscience.

Our federal government’s support of the Zionist State of Israel must be stopped because it is diverting billions of our tax dollars every year, without our consent, to maintain a genocidal, foreign regime that was illegally established over seventy years ago—and because it is damaging our American conscience.

Our American corporations’ outsourcing of our American service and manufacturing jobs to foreign countries must be stopped because it is treason, not free enterprise, and because it is destroying our economy, and making us jobless, desperately poor, and homeless—and because it is damaging our American conscience.

This “Global War on Terrorism” must be stopped because it is misusing and abusing our American troops—and because it is damaging our American conscience.

This state and local government-imposed censorship of our Confederate flags and monuments must be stopped because Confederate history is American history—the posthumous extermination of the Confederate States of America is destructive to the United States of America—and because it is damaging our American conscience.

The censored Confederate flags and monuments must go back up, the cell towers must come down—and every effort must be made to provide free landline telephone service to all of us Americans, including free public landline telephones distributed as widely as possible.


History is biased because history is written by the victors—not the vanquished.

The history of Israel, in regards to Palestine, is full of lies because Israel has been the victor since 1948.

The history of the United States, in regards to the Confederate States, is full of lies because the United States has been the victor since 1865.

There is no difference.

You cannot “stand with Israel” if you have any regard for your Southern American ancestors.

And you cannot support the censorship of Confederate flags and monuments if you have any regard for the Palestinian people.

Zionism is anti-American.

And the posthumous extermination of the Confederate States of America is anti-American.

Choose this day whom you will serve—and what you will serve.


“RT@USUN: It’s a new day at the @UN!  We were proud that more countries were on the right side of history yesterday than weren’t, when it came to condemning Hamas and holding them responsible in Gaza.  Read more here: . . .”

“I needed to state clearly that the Confederacy was on the wrong side of history, that it was fought to destroy the country, and it was fought over the cause of slavery.”

Both Nikki Haley and Mitch Landrieu are pandering, self-serving, sociopathic liars—and they both use the same language of liars.

History is biased because history is written by the victors—not the vanquished.

The history of Israel, in regards to Palestine, is full of lies because Israel has been the victor since 1948.

Nikki Haley does nothing but perpetuate the lies of Israel.

The history of the United States, in regards to the Confederate States, is full of lies because the United States has been the victor since 1865.

Mitch Landrieu does nothing but perpetuate the lies of the United States.

Both Nikki Haley and Mitch Landrieu are pandering, self-serving, sociopathic liars—and they both use the same language of liars.

Whenever anyone uses language like “the right side of history,” or “the wrong side of history,” the most vigilant skepticism is necessary.

Because language like “the right side of history,” and “the wrong side of history,” is usually the language of those who perpetuate lie-filled propaganda.

It is usually the language of liars. 


“‘Can we whip the South?’ wrote William T. Sherman to Henry W. Halleck in 1863.  ‘If we can, our numerical majority has both the natural and constitutional right to govern.  If we cannot whip them, they contend for the natural right to select their own government.’  To keep that from happening—to insure that Southerners not have the right to select their own government—‘we will remove and destroy every obstacle—if need be, take every life, every acre of land, every particle of property, everything that to us seems proper.’  A year later, on the eve of his march through Georgia, Sherman boasted, ‘I am going into the very bowels of the Confederacy, and propose to leave a trail that will be recognized fifty years hence.’  It would be, he assured Halleck, ‘a track of desolation.’

“Even before launching his March to the Sea, Sherman had begun making his mark on the people of Georgia.  ‘We are drawing full rations, besides preying off the country,’ wrote a Union officer from Summerville, Georgia, in October.  Another remarked that same month how raiding parties returned with all manner of food taken from civilians.  ‘The men lived high off the country and brought back lots of plunder.’  Ike Derricotte, a black man living in Athens, remembered that ‘Yankees just went around takin’ whatever they wanted . . . and laughed about it like they hadn’t been stealin’.’  Though troops were officially prohibited from robbing civilians, officers almost always turned a blind eye when it happened.  The men in the ranks well knew what ‘Uncle Billy’ expected of them.

“Troops marched out of burning Atlanta, heading to Covington by way of Lithonia and Stone Mountain.  When they left Covington for Macon, wrote local resident Dolly Lunt Burge, ‘They robbed every house on their road of provisions, sometimes taking every piece of meat, blankets, & wearing apparel, silver & arms of every description.  They would take silk dresses and put them under their saddles & things for which they had no use.  Is this the way to make us love them & their union?  Let the poor people answer whom they have deprived of every mouthful of meat & of their stock to make any.  Our mills, too, they have burned, destroying an immense amount of property.’

“In Madison the railroad depot, tracks, cotton, and public property quickly went up in flames.  Businesses were plundered, but of course soldiers were unable to transport much property with them.  Instead, they destroyed all they could and amused themselves by such pranks as wearing women’s hats taken from milliners’ shops.  Troops entered homes to continue their work of vandalism.  Anything portable—china, silverware, small items of furniture—was thrown from windows.  Pianos and wall mirrors were simply smashed where they were.

“In Henry County, southeast of Atlanta, when soldiers came to the plantation home of Jim Smith they were not content merely to steal and destroy.  A former slave, Charlie Tye Smith, recalled how ‘Ole Marse Jim’ was made to ‘pull off his boots and run bare-footed through a cane brake with half a bushel of potatoes tied around his neck; then they made him put his boots back on and carried him down to the mill and tied him to a water post.  They were getting ready to break his neck when one of Master’s slaves, ‘Ole Peter Smith,’ asked them if they intended to kill Marse Jim, and when they said ‘Yes,’ Peter choked up and said, ‘Well, please, suh, let me die with ole Marse!”  With that, the Yankees ended their fun and left.

“At the Monroe County plantation of Cal Robinson, the invaders ‘ransacked the place, took all the victuals from the white folks and give ’em to the slaves,’ remembered one little girl.  After the soldiers left the food was returned ”cause they was our own white folks and they always done give us plenty of everything.’  That was the experience, too, of Emma Hurley, a slave who lived in Lexington.  After stealing anything they found of value, Yankees threw meat from the smokehouse to the slaves, but after they left, most was returned.  ‘The Yankees poured out all the syrup and destroyed everything they could,’ remembered Emma.  ‘They took everything that was not red-hot or nailed down,’ said Marshal Butler, a slave in Wilkes County.

“At the Glenn plantation south of Lexington, soldiers harassed Mrs. Glenn, pulling and jerking her long hair, trying to make her tell them where valuables might be hidden.  The Yankees invited slaves to help themselves to meat from the smokehouse.  Black children were crying and upset, remembered former slave Martha Colquitt, ‘because we loved Mistress and didn’t want nobody to bother her.  They made out like they were goin’ to kill her if she didn’t tell ’em what they wanted to know, but after a while they let her alone. . . . After the Yankees was done gone off Grandma began to fuss, ‘Now, them soldiers was tellin’ us what ain’t so, ’cause ain’t nobody got no right to take what belongs to Master and Mistress.”

“At the nearby Echols plantation troops invited slaves to take all they wanted from the smokehouse as well as personal property from the master’s home and then go where they wanted.  Former slave Robert Shepherd recounted that none took them up on their offer of appropriating what was not theirs.  When the invaders had gone, Mr. Echols called all of his bondsmen together.  He was overcome with emotion and could barely speak, recalled Robert.  ‘Master said he never knowed before how good we loved him.  He told us he had done tried to be good to us and had done the best he could for us and that he was mighty proud of the way every one of us had done behaved ourselves.’

“‘Madam, I have orders to burn this house,’ said one Federal to a resident on the road from Madison to Milledgeville.  She replied that she hoped they would not burn the home of defenseless women.

“‘I’ll insure it for fifty dollars,’ he replied.

“‘I’ve got no fifty dollars to pay for insuring it; and if it depends upon that, it must burn.’

“An offer to ‘insure’ property was one way Federals found to extort cash from their victims.  ‘Soon as he saw he couldn’t frighten me into giving him anything, he went to plundering,’ she said.

“Louise Caroline Cornwell watched as troops took ‘every living thing on the farm—took every bushel of corn and fodder, oats and wheat—every bee gum.’  They then put the torch to the gin house, blacksmith shop, and stored cotton.  ‘Gen. [Oliver O.] Howard and staff officers came at tea time,’ remembered Mrs. Cornwell.  Howard was known for his supposed piety.  ‘We managed to have something to eat for that meal, which was the last for several days, and while Gen. Howard sat at the table and asked God’s blessings, the sky was red from flames of burning houses.’

“Kate Latimer Nichols, twenty-seven, was sick and bedridden when the Yankees arrived at her farm home near Milledgeville.  Two soldiers forced their way past a servant who guarded the door to her room and raped her.  ‘Poor woman,’ wrote a neighbor in her diary, ‘I fear that she has been driven crazy.’  Indeed, the victim never recovered from the ordeal, dying in a mental institution.

“At Milledgeville, Georgia’s capital until shortly after the Civil War, soldiers wrecked the library and destroyed priceless artifacts housed in the museum there.  A bridge leading to the town had been burned to slow the advance of the Federal army, and when Sherman learned of this he ordered that some nearby house be randomly chosen for destruction.

“At Sandersville, Confederates destroyed a supply of fodder before retreating.  On Sherman’s orders several houses in the neighborhood were torched in retaliation as his men ransacked the town.  ‘In war,’ said Sherman when questioned about it, ‘everything is right which prevents anything.  If bridges are burned, I have a right to burn all houses near it.’  This was in accordance with his orders, issued back on November 9.  He then made it clear that ‘should guerillas or bushwhackers molest our march, or should the inhabitants burn bridges, obstruct roads, or other wise manifest local hostility, then army commanders should order and enforce a devastation more or less relentless.’

“Maj. James Austin Connolly agreed wholeheartedly with his commander.  Any civilians who would dare destroy food or fodder before Federals could confiscate it for their own use would be severely punished.  ‘Let them do it if they dare.  We’ll burn every house, barn, church, and everything else we come to; we’ll leave their families houseless and without food; their towns will all be destroyed, and nothing but the most complete desolation will be found in our track.  This army will not be trifled with.  If citizens raise their hands against us to retard our march or play the guerilla against us, neither youth nor age nor sex will be respected.  Everything must be destroyed. . . . We have gone so far now in our triumphal march that we will not be balked.’

“‘We have Sherman’s word that it is his wish to conduct the war on civilized principles,’ mocked Henry Timrod, assistant editor of the Columbia Daily South Carolinian.  ‘The inhabitants of an invaded district have no right to annoy an invading army in any way.  To plant a single obstacle in the path of the beneficent power which comes to take care of their property and to relieve them of the ‘weight of too much liberty,’ is a crime justly provocative of the bitterest retaliation. . . . This is the Yankee version of the laws of civilized war.  It is a piece with Sherman’s mode of thinking and writing on every subject.’

“Mrs. Nora Canning and her elderly husband certainly offered no resistance when Federal troops arrived at their home near Louisville.  The soldiers insisted that Mr. Canning show them where a quantity of syrup had been hidden in the swamp.  The old gentleman told them he was unable to walk that far, so they brought a mule for him to ride.  While he was gone troops fired the gin house, granary, and a large quantity of cloth.  ‘The Negroes went out and begged for the cloth,’ wrote Mrs. Canning, ‘saying that it was to make their winter clothes.  The cruel destroyers refused to let the Negroes have a single piece.’  ‘Well, madam,’ sneered one of the soldiers, ‘how do you like the looks of our little fire.  We have seen a great many such, within the last few weeks.’

“Meanwhile, Mr. Canning’s interrogators got down to business in the swamp, two miles from the house.  ‘Now, old man, you have to tell us where your gold is hidden.’  When he replied that his money was in the bank, they cursed and led him to a tree over the path, tied a rope around his neck, threw it over a branch and lifted him up until his feet were off the ground.  Just before he lost consciousness, he was asked again, ‘now where is your gold?’  Another denial led to another jerking off the ground until he nearly suffocated.  Lowering him again, they shouted, ‘now tell us where that gold is or we will kill you, and your wife will never know what has become of you.’

“‘I have told you the truth—I have no gold,’ he insisted.  ‘I am an old man and at your mercy.  If you want to kill me you have the power to do it, but I cannot die with a lie on my lips.  I have no gold.  I have a gold watch at the house, but nothing else.’

“‘Swing the old Rebel up again!’ shouted the leader.  This time Mr. Canning heard a sound like rushing water, followed by blindness, before losing consciousness.  Finally convinced that he must be telling the truth, the blue-clad gang poured water on his face and brought him back to the house, where they stole his gold watch.

“‘Oh! the horrors of that night!’ wrote Nora Canning.  ‘There my husband lay with scorching fever, his tongue parched and swollen and his throat dry and sore.  He begged for water and there was not a drop to be had.  The Yankees had cut all the well ropes and stolen the buckets.’  Mr. Canning continued to suffer for days.  ‘His nose would bleed, and bloody water would ooze from his ears.  His eyes were bloodshot and pained him greatly.  His tongue was swollen.’

“At the farm of Sam Hart and his wife, Yankees burned every building except the detached kitchen.  The elderly Mrs. Hart was forced to cook for them, after which the soldiers knocked over the table, smashed everything in sight, stole the silver, burned their carriage, and took their horse.

“‘Missus, for God’s sake come out here, and see what you can do about these here devils,’ said Cornelia Screven’s cook, Nancy.  Yankee troops had arrived at their Liberty County home and were forcing Nancy to prepare food for them, devouring all she had, and demanding ground cornmeal for their horses.

“‘Please don’t take that meal,’ said Mrs. Screven, ‘my children are very hungry, and we have nothing else to eat.’

“‘Damn you,’ one shouted, ‘I don’t care if you all starve; get out of my way or I’ll push you out the door.’

“James Morgan, a little boy in the village of Sunbury, was ordered by a Federal trooper to bring a burning coal from his fireplace.  He watched as they rode to the local church.  ‘I wondered where they were going to build a fire.  I knew the church had no chimney.  I followed them to the church.  They took rails from a fence nearby and built the fire under the stair steps.  Soon the church was blazing.’

“Refugee Eliza Andrews and her party passed through territory only recently visited by Sherman’s army.  She recounted, ‘About three miles from Sparta we struck the ‘Burnt Country.’  There was hardly a fence left standing all the way from Sparta to Gordon.  The fields were trampled down and the road was lined with carcasses of horses, hogs, and cattle that the invaders, unable either to consume or to carry away with them, had wantonly shot down to starve out the people and prevent them from making their crops.  The stench in some places was unbearable. . . . The dwellings that were standing all showed signs of pillage, and on every plantation we saw the charred remains of the gin-house and packing screw, while here and there, lone chimney-stacks, ‘Sherman’s Sentinels,’ told of homes laid in ashes.  The infamous wretches!’

“Eliza Andrews found a field where the Yankee army had camped weeks earlier.  Now ‘poor people of the neighborhood were wandering over it, seeking for anything they could find to eat, even picking up grains of corn that were scattered around where the Yankees had fed their horses.’

“A Northern reporter described how Union soldiers would first ransack a house.  ‘If the spoil were ample, the depredators were satisfied, and went off in peace; if not, everything was torn and destroyed, and most likely the owner was tickled by sharp bayonets into a confession where he had his treasure hid.  If he escaped, and was hiding in a thicket, this was prima facie evidence that he was a sulking rebel; and most likely some ruffian, in his zeal to get rid of such vipers, gave him a dose of lead, which cured him of his Secesh tendencies.  Sorghum barrels were knocked open, bee-hives rifled, while their angry swarms rushed frantically about.  Indeed, I have seen a soldier knock a planter down because a bee stung him.  Hogs were bayoneted to bleed; chickens, geese, and turkeys knocked over and hung in garlands . . . cows and calves, so wretchedly thin that they drop or perish on the first day’s march, are driven along, or, if too weak to travel, are shot, lest they should give aid to the enemy.

“‘Should the house be deserted, the furniture is smashed to pieces, music is pounded out of four hundred dollar pianos with the ends of muskets.  Mirrors were wonderfully multiplied and rich cushions and carpets carried off to adorn teams and war-steeds.  After all was cleared out, most likely some set of stragglers wanted to enjoy a good fire, and set the house, debris of furniture, and all the surroundings in a blaze.  This is the way Sherman’s army lived on the country.  They were not ordered to do so, but I am afraid they were not brought to task for it much either.’

“One Illinois soldier in a letter home told of troops being repeatedly warned against pillaging, without it affecting their conduct in the slightest.  Almost never enforced, the rule was winked at by nearly all in authority.  That same soldier told how his comrades ‘had a great time last night in Irwinton,’ for ‘the citizens had buried a great many things to keep them from the ‘vandals’ and the boys soon found it out.  Hundreds of them were armed with sharpened sticks probing the earth, ‘prospecting.’  They found a little of everything, and I guess they took it all to the owners.’  Another Federal, a major, admitted that nothing was done ‘to prevent these outrages,’ that prohibitions ‘are not enforced.’

“At one home Federal cavalry commander Brig. Gen. Judson Kilpatrick himself ordered troops to vandalize the place and burn surrounding buildings.  One slave who tried to put out the flames was threatened with death.

“‘It was universally understood that men were to help themselves to any thing eatable,’ one Federal wrote home, adding we ‘wasted & destroyed all the eatables we couldnt [sic] carry off.  I rather felt sorry for some women who cried & begged so piteously for the soldiers to leave them a little and [not to take] from such poor places, yet after all I dont [sic] know but extermination is our only means now.  They feel now the effect of this wickedness [secession] & who can sympathize very much with them.’

“The Macon Telegraph described the situation in nearby Clinton, where ‘hundreds of our people are without anything to eat—their stock of cattle and hogs are killed; horses and mules with wagons are all taken off—all through our streets and commons are to be seen dead horses and mules—entrails of hogs and cattle killed, and in many instances, the hams only taken—oxen and carts taken away, so that we are not able to remove the offensive matter—our school houses and most of the churches burned.’

“Other crimes were far worse.  ‘Atrocities most heinous were committed,’ the same correspondent wrote, confiding that ‘female servants [were] taken and violated without mercy.’

“‘Many Negroes were enticed away from homes of comfort to share the uncertain fortunes of a Winter march to the coast,’ wrote an Augusta journalist, ‘and then—freedom to starve.’  Freed blacks following the Federal army were stopped at Ebenezer Creek when troops were ordered to remove a pontoon bridge and leave thousands of these unwanted civilians on the other bank.  Attempting to ford the creek, many panicked and subsequently drowned.  Sherman defended his corps commander’s actions, claiming he merely did not want to lose the pontoon bridge.  In a letter to Washington on the matter, Sherman tried to dispel similar rumors ‘that I burned 500 niggers at one pop in Atlanta, or any such nonsense.  I profess to be the best kind of a friend to Sambo.’  Sherman’s anti-black bias was by now becoming notorious.  To a friend, the general privately confided that ‘I like niggers well enough as niggers,’ but only ‘fools & idiots’ promoted their advancement.

“A Union officer estimated that his army in marching through Georgia ‘cleaned up the country generally of almost every thing upon which the people could live.’  The path of destruction he estimated at being forty miles wide, and ‘as we have left the country I do not see how the people can live for the next two years.’  Sherman himself calculated the damage done at one hundred million dollars, 80 percent of which was ‘simple waste and destruction.’  But he was sure that any theft from individuals that might have been committed by his troops was ‘exceptional and incidental.'”

Walter Brian Cisco

Chapter 20: March to the Sea





Brooke Gladstone is a subversive, leftist Zionist who does nothing but perpetuate Zionist propaganda from 1947, and Unionist propaganda from 1865!  Stop carrying her show, On the Media—we NPR listeners are sick and tired of her brainwashing bullshit!

Brooke Gladstone, you are a subversive, leftist Zionist who does nothing but perpetuate Zionist propaganda from 1947, and Unionist propaganda from 1865!  Back off, Brooke!


In response to Ken Paxton’s editorial of May 24, 2018, our First Amendment right to freedom of speech protects his rabid Zionism—and our First Amendment right to freedom of speech protects my condemnation of his rabid Zionism.

Since Mr. Paxton is so fond of the Zionist State of Israel, he can take his hatred there—and leave us real Americans alone.

Scott Wesley Mayo

Pensacola, Florida, resident

Mobile, Alabama, native

Proud descendant of Confederate veterans and U.S. veterans alike

Proud opponent of the Zionist State of Israel, and our government’s support of it—with our tax dollars, but without our consent