As those of us in the Southron Movement predicted starting at least as far back as a decade ago, the vitriol has been poured out in full measure against the Southron people. Article after article has told us to "get over it; you lost!" or to get our heads out of our hinder-parts in some manner of speaking from polite to foul.
Time recently put an article on line about the Sons of Confederate Veterans standing up for their Southron heritage. This is the least vitriolic article I have seen on the topic to date. But, a very telling closing line in that article tell us why the Southron Movement will not just go away like the Yankee race-baiters want it to: The South may never rise again, Rand admits, but that doesn't mean it has to disappear completely. "The North is a direction," he says. "The South is a place."
As long as North is a direction and The South is a place, we can still fight for our heritage!
Deo Vindice, indeed!