Bentley the Scallywag


Our Governor, Robert Bentley, has ordered the Confederate flag removed from the Capitol grounds. The man is an embarrassment and clearly does not represent the people of Alabama. Steps must be taken to ensure he is held accountable for this traitorous action and that the flags may be returned to their proper places.


St. Andrew’s News Exclusive- Governor Bentley Discusses Job Growth

St. Andrew’s News first exclusive news clip. Here, a citizen discusses job growth in Monroeville, Alabama, during the Governor’s visit on the 30th of July, 2013.

Gov. Bentley: Alabama GOP Needs to be “More Diverse”

It’s bad enough when the National Grand Old Party is against its core voting block – white Southerners- but when it’s on a State level, it reaches a whole new low. Governor Bentley is now calling on the new generation of Republicans to embrace diversity:

We need an infusion of folks who aren’t just us old, white men and women


While reaching out to non-white voters is admirable, to create a dramatic change in the makeup of a party along the lines the Governor is suggesting is lunacy. Does the Alabama GOP need non-white voters? Alabama itself is predominately white at 70%, with blacks at 26%  and hispanics at 4%. In order to create a party encompassing a majority other than white persons, the European core of Alabama would have to be decreased significantly. The greatest method, and one that has worked increasingly since 1960, is displacement by foreign peoples. But, according to the Census Bureau,

Only five states—Alabama, Arkansas, Mississippi, South Carolina, and West Virginia—had a lower percentage of races other than White in 2000 than in 1950.
Alabama, unlike other areas such as California, has resisted efforts to alter the make-up of the State. If things were left as they are, Alabamian culture would continue on as it is into the conceivable future.
Should the Alabama GOP welcome non-white voters? Of course, it would be idiotic to deny probable voters based on race. True conservatives- men in the mold of Walter Williams and H.K. Edgerton are a boon to any cause.But Bentley’s words signal a discomforting shift from the anti-illegal immigration Governor to more of a Lindsey Graham type figure, who repeatedly has sold out his Carolinian base in favour of progressive displacement. There may come a time when all Alabamian culture is overwhelmed with peoples who cannot properly integrate, such as with large amounts of illegal immigration. What then happens to the GOP?
The Governor may not realize it, but his words are eerily similar to Rep. Norton’s (Dem- Washington, D.C.) who stated:

the growth of the Hispanic population is going to mean the end of this section of this – this southern section white party of old men, and they know it,

An attempt at prostrating yourself before other voters will likely be seen as a sign of party weakness- alienating the GOP bloc and stiffening opponents’ resolve. Mr. Bentley made clear, however, that in doing so Republicans should not abandon their “economic” principles. As if that is all that matters.


Yankee Stab in the Back

Even though the Supreme Court recently ruled in our favour, they have overturned Clinton’s DOMA. Though not scrapping it completely, they have invalidated the section defining marriage as between one man and one woman. Thus, the progressive floodgates are open, and the family is now under attack. The South, specifically Alabama, has long recognised the correct definition of marriage as being between the two sexes, rather than two of the same sexes.

Recently the Colombian Senate voted down a bill to change the legal definition of marriage. Traditionalist, Catholic Senators stated the obvious on “homosexual” unions. Senator Diario Salazar noted,

Heterosexual marriage is of public interest because it has to do with procreation and the conservation of the race.

The BNP of England is in agreement with Senator Salazar on the impact of Sodomite “marriage” on the culture. Senator Roberto Gerlein of Colombia also pointed out,

It’s empty sex, incapable of generating life, a form of sex that is practiced as if it were for recreational purposes…It’s bad for the country, for the Congress, for women and for everyone. This bill isn’t good for anyone.

Here in Alabama, our Governor came out against the measure, saying,

Marriage is defined as a union between a man and woman

While Bentley maintained it is a State issue, and the Supreme Court implied as much, how can one “Union” have so many separate States all maintaining different laws regarding something so fundamental? Simply, this was a mere first step to overturn the law here in Alabama as well, which Rep. Patricia Todd (D- Birm.) accedes:

You can’t have 50 different sets of laws about this issue…The court left open a way for those of us who have been left behind.

The very fact that SCOTUS overturned something called the DEFENSE of Marriage Act acknowledges that they are attacking marriage. But, as Senator Gerlein saw in his country, the fed isn’t legalising marriage for sodomites, just redefining recreational Sodomite fornication.

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Those shameful acts against nature, such as were committed in Sodom, ought everywhere and always to be detested and punished. If all nations were to do such things, they would be held guilty of the same crime by the law of God, which has not made men so that they should use one another in this way.                                    St  Augustine, Confessions