Friday, July 24, 2020
Virginia Taliban Removes Confederate Memorials and Artifacts from Old House Chamber Museum Under Cover of Darkness
Wednesday, July 1, 2020
In the meantime, know that we are exploring every legal option available, and are working on a couple of things that will, God willing, materialize in the next few days....AND...we plan to make good on our promise to raise a flag and place a monument for every one removed.
Thank you Mayor Stoney, for the inspiration for our next mega flag, the General Thomas J “Stonewall” Jackson Memorial Battle Flag. We are actively seeking property in the Richmond area for the installation. Please contact us at email@example.com if you can assist.
God bless the eternal memory of Gen. Thomas Jonathan "Stonewall" Jackson, and God save the South!
Monday, June 22, 2020
Friday, May 1, 2020
Friday, April 3, 2020
NEW Mega Battle Flag Raised in Franklin County - Va Flaggers Vow To Continue Push Back Against the Left's Onslaught
Earlier today, the Va Flaggers raised a 10’x15’ Memorial Battle flag on a 50’ pole on property adjacent to Route 40 in Franklin County.
At the request of the landowner, the flag was dedicated to the Glory of God, in memory and honor of all Confederate soldiers, and specifically to honor the men who fought in the 10th Va Cavalry, Co K along side his ancestor, who is buried nearby.
Due to restrictions in place in the Commonwealth, we were unable to have a ceremony, nor have any of our folks even attend the flag raising. We will have a formal dedication when it is deemed safe to to do so. Stay tuned for updates.
We would like to offer our sincere thanks to Sky High Poles for their help with this installation, each and every one of you whose generous support makes these projects possible, and the men of the Lt Gen Wade Hampton SCV Camp 273, Columbia, SC who donated the first flag that was raised at the site today.
This is the 31st roadside Memorial battle flag that the Va Flaggers have raised in the Commonwealth since September of 2013.
The attacks against the honor and virtue of our Confederate dead have reached a fevered pitch in the Commonwealth. Our Governor is poised to sign legislation, thanks to a new democratic majority in our legislature, that will allow localities to destroy war memorials. For every flag or monument moved or removed, we promise another will rise to take its place. It’s the least we can do, considering their sacrifice.
We have not yet begun to fight.
We have not yet begun to fight.
All glory to God.
All honor the the Confederate soldier.
Thursday, February 20, 2020
Virginia Flaggers are pleased to report the installation of a NEW
Roadside Memorial Battle Flag in the Commonwealth! This flag, our 30th
since we raised our first one in September of 2013, was raised earlier
this morning to the Glory of God, and in honor and memory of Virginia’s
Confederate Veterans, on Rt. 40 in Pittsylvania County, on a busy stretch
that is heavily traveled by travelers and tourists headed to Smith
We want to thank Governor Northam and Virginia Democrats for the uptick
in folks contacting us about putting battle flags on their property. It
seems their disgraceful attempts to denigrate our history and heritage,
dishonor our veterans, and desecrate our monuments and memorials has
backfired and hopefully will be the catalyst to wake the sleeping giant
of Confederate resistance in the Commonwealth and help to turn Virginia
back in the right direction.
Site #31 is in progress. Stay tuned for information on the upcoming flag raising/dedication service.
Many thanks to each and every one of you whose generous support makes
all of this possible. Without your contributions, and the dedication
and hard work of an army of volunteers, construction on new sites and
maintenance of existing ones would be impossible.
All glory to God. All honor to the Confederate soldier.
To assist with our Interstate Battle Flags and ongoing Heritage Defense
projects, please make checks payable to “The Virginia Flaggers” and mail
P.O. Box 393 Sutherland VA 23885
Or contribute through PayPal, here:
Monday, February 17, 2020