Saturday, February 13, 2016


- CALLING ALL FRIENDS OF DIXIE -
The SEVENTH annual
BURNING OF COLUMBIA BY WILLIAM T. SHERMAN DAY OF OBSERVANCE
IS RAPIDLY APPROACHING!

Saturday, Feb. 20, 2015, Starting 2 PM – WEST SIDE (ASSEMBLY STREET SIDE) OF S.C. STATE HOUSE. Don't miss any of the exciting activities we have planned!
BRING RELEVANT SIGNS, CONFEDERATE FLAGS, FRIENDS or just yourself.
It's the 151th anniversary year of Sherman's gigantic war crime.

ONCE AGAIN WE OFFER YOU A MULTI-PHASE AFTERNOON AND EVENING OF BURNING OF COLUMBIA OBSERVANCE, ACTION AND FELLOWSHIP. First, our usual rally at the monument to the state house that Sherman destroyed adjoining the present state capitol building on the Assembly Street side. Here we will remember the Union army's brutal, satanic devastation of our beautiful capitol city after it had surrendered in February 1865. This will be followed by a demonstration before the public, right on the Gervais St. side where we have rallied numerous times in the past quarter-century. NEXT you are invited for a 6:30 PM dutch treat dinner/meeting at the Oak Grove Lizard's Thicket, our new location. We will then party there and watch the South Carolina Primary returns come in on TV. History and the up-to-the-minute culture war are equally important to our activist ranks!
THIS TIME IS EXTRA-SPECIAL BECAUSE THE PRESIDENTIAL PRIMARY IS BEING HELD IN COLUMBIA THE SAME DAY! IT COULD BE A GOLDEN OPPORTUNITY TO GET NATIONAL COVERAGE OF OUR WORK AND AGENDA.
WE HAVE MADE HISTORY...... FOR HISTORY! It is through the tireless efforts of US, THE HERITAGE ACTIVISTS that a Burning of Columbia Remembrance Day was added to the official state calendar. DUE TO THE LYING TREACHERY OF POLITICIANS AND MEDIA THIS WOULD BE IMPOSSIBLE NOW.
YES, THE FEBRUARY-MARCH ISSUE OF THE CONSERVATIVE ACTION REPORT, a professional print newspaper, will be available on the 20th. Grab a bundle to share with your friends and distribute in your area!


The city is built entirely of wood and is in the most excellent condition to burn. The space on fire by midnight had housed thirty-five thousand people. The flames rolled and heaved like waves of the ocean. The scene is splendid, magnificently grand; the scene of pillaging, the suffering and terror of the citizens and of our frantic and drunken soldiers.” ~ Thomas Ward Osborn, The Fiery Trail: A Union Officer's Account of Sherman's Last Campaigns
THE SOUTH CAROLINA CONSERVATIVE ACTION COUNCIL
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