Saturday, July 10, 2021

Southern Culture Genocide Continues as Charlottesville Removes Historic War Memorials


After years of legal battles, against the wishes of the majority of the citizens of the Commonwealth, at the expense of her taxpayers, and because democrats finally took control of our legislature and immediately repealed our law protecting war memorials, the radical leftist regime in Charlottesville is finally getting their wish to destroy the majestic Lee and Jackson memorials, placed there by Charlottesville’s citizens over 100 years ago. They are coming down today.
We are thankful for all those who have fought the good fight that kept the monuments standing for years after City Council voted to remove them, much to the dismay of the terrorists in Charlottesville, and while our hearts are heavy, we remain ever confident in our future, knowing that while evil may have the upper hand for a moment, God is firmly in control. While the heathens rage, we are comforted by the knowledge that the names of Lee and Jackson will be spoken with reverence and honor by true Virginians long after those who are behind these violent and hateful attacks on our history and heritage are long gone and forgotten.
With the removal of these memorials today, the Va Flaggers are stepping up our search for property in Charlottesville for a new roadside memorial battle flag site for each memorial destroyed. If you have land that may be available for use, PLEASE contact us at
God bless the eternal memories of Lee and Jackson, and God Save the South! #BoycottCVille

Saturday, May 29, 2021

Memorializing our Confederate Dead - A Southern, Christian Tradition


Memorializing our Confederate Dead
Rev. John L. Girardeau, D. D.
Excerpt from the re-interment ceremony
Magnolia Cemetery in
Charleston, South Carolina
Confederate Memorial Day 10 May 1871
We have seen that in the complex constitution of our nature the religious element forms an integral part, and that provision is made for its exercise in the Divinely appointed institute of the Church. In contending against those influences which threaten to sap the foundations of every venerable institution, our slain brethren fought for their altars, as well as for their fire-sides and their political franchises. This is not an extravagant statement.

The spirit of the Christian Religion pervaded the armies of the Confederacy. The vast majority of our soldiers were its nominal adherents, and thousands of them were professors of the faith. Its influence was felt in almost every regiment. In the quiet of camp, during the march and on the eve of battle its sacred services imparted fortitude under hardship and heroic courage for the day of conflict. From the Commander-in-chief to the humblest private in the ranks a reverent respect was paid to its ministers and its ordinances.

We have seen Robert E. Lee, unattended by even a sergeant, go afoot through the mire to the soldiers’ gathering for worship, and sitting in the midst of them devoutly listen with them to the preaching of God’s Word, and mingle his prayers and praises with theirs. (Thomas J. “Stonewall”) Jackson was proverbially a man of prayer. He led his fiery and resistless columns into the tempest of battle with hand uplifted to heaven in token of dependence on God, and supplication for His blessing. It deserves to be mentioned that that great soldier before the breaking out of hostilities taught a humble Sabbath-School at Lexington, the pupils of which when his remains were taken there for burial followed them with every mark of affection to their last, quiet resting-place. I desire to record it, amidst the affecting solemnities of this funereal occasion, that during an extended experience as chaplain I never encountered a sick, wounded or dying Southern soldier who rejected the Christian faith, or treated its proffered consolations with contempt.

Let us then accept from them as in some sort martyrs for religion as well as for liberty the solemn obligation to maintain the Christianity which sustained them amid the privations of a soldier’s life and the anguish of a soldier’s death. Deo Vinidice

Special thanks to Dr. Ron Romburg for sharing this with us on this Memorial Day weekend.

Saturday, May 8, 2021

Another Massive Battle Flag Rises in Virginia As Southerners Commemorate Confederate History and Heritage Month Across the South


The Va Flaggers and the 10th Platoon, 2nd Btn, Co A Va SCV MC raised and dedicated the Rockbridge County Soldiers Roadside Memorial Battle Flag at Goshen last month, in a private ceremony on private property. About 100 faithful Confederate heritage supporters gathered to celebrate the 160th anniversary of Virginia’s secession, commemorate Confederate History and Heritage month, and dedicate the 12’x18’ Confederate Battle flag on a 40’ pole to the Glory of God and in honor and memory of Rockbridge County’s Confederate Veterans. 

Many thanks to all who helped make it happen, and all of those who gave of their time and talents to make the ceremony so meaningful and special.  
This is the 34th Roadside Memorial Battle Flag raised by the Va Flaggers since the fall of 2013 and the second raised this year, thanks to the generous support of thousands of citizens, many of whom are fed up with the relentless and vicious attacks on our history, heritage, and the men who fought to defend the South. 
To assist with our Interstate Battle Flags and ongoing Heritage Defense projects, please make checks payable
“The Virginia Flaggers” and mail to:
P.O. Box 1427, Amherst, VA 24521
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God bless the men who wore the gray from Rockbridge County, God bless you all, and GOD SAVE THE SOUTH! 


Thursday, April 15, 2021

While the Left Continues Their Assault on America's History and Heritage, Another Battle Flag Quietly Rises in Virginia


The Rt.360 Charlotte Defenders Roadside Memorial Battle Flag was raised Saturday, April 3rd, in a private ceremony to the glory of God, in memory of all Confederate soldiers, and in honor of all of the men of Charlotte County who fought in the War Between the States! 
This was a joint project with the Charlotte County Grays, SCV Camp #1964, who will serve as Guardians of the Flags for the site moving forward. Thank you, gentlemen, for your hard work and dedication in getting this project completed. 
This is the 33rd Roadside Memorial Battle Flag the Va Flaggers have raised across the Commonwealth since September of 2013, thanks to the hard work and commitment of hundreds of volunteers, and the generosity of our supporters. 
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
“The Virginia Flaggers” and mail to:
P.O. Box 1427, Amherst, VA 24521
Or contribute through PayPal, here: