A radical group which calls itself the Tennessee Equality Project (TEP) has attacked SNN over our placement of them on the Map of Intolerance, where we keep track of anti-Southern, anti-White and anti-Christian groups. In their post they quote at length from our site, spreading our message of Southern nationalism to anyone who reads their site. They then attack us, claiming that it is difficult to take us seriously – this from a group which openly promotes ‘transgendered’ people.
The last part of the TEP post was the most interesting. They write:
While I can’t speak for other organizations, Tennessee Equality Project is a Southern organization that takes pride in Tennessee. We firmly believe that all residents of Tennessee deserve to be treated equally. Furthermore, TEP members and board members include Christians and White people (but we readily recognize a strong commitment to diversifying in that area). We regularly work with people of all faiths and ethnicity who value the freedoms and responsibilities established by the United States Constitution.
Notice that TEP goes on the defensive. They claim to be a Southern group and to represent their State. They also claim not to be anti-Christian or anti-White. However, notice what they say after that: they have a ‘a strong commitment to diversifying in that area.’ They are committed to making Tennessee less White and less Christian. As well, they ‘work with people of all faiths and ethnicity’ [sic]. Clearly, this group not only promotes alien values and undermines traditional society, it also works to make the South more ‘diverse’ – in other words, less Southern, White and Christian. This is precisely why the Tennessee Equality Project deserves to be on the Map of Intolerance.