The Civil Right is about traditional Southern culture, civility and stability, and the social/political system that results from it. What, exactly, does the Civil Right believe? See the FAQ page.
With its white background symbolizing purity and virtue, and its field of the Southern cross symbolizing the Lost Cause of The South, the Stainless Banner is a flag that accurately symbolizes the Civil Right. The flag, as representing the people and culture of those who founded The South, was called “The White Man’s Flag” by flag designer William Thompson – a sobriquet that was never widely accepted.
When we speak of “the Right”, we speak of cultural matters rather than strictly political matters. Politics follows culture, and there is much overlap, but culture always precedes politics. Those who try to take a shortcut by changing politics without first changing the culture are certain to fail in the long term. Our focus here is on the Southern traditionalist culture, often referred to as “the Right”.
We want to show the way to those who simply want a better life for their families and their descendants than the degenerate culture that has become the norm. The Civil Right is for those who cherish their God, their family, their people, and traditional Southern culture.
The Civil Right is not a group or an organization – it is a set of ideas under one label. It is a guide for the present and a strategy for the future. It is one answer to “What comes next?”
The Civil Right is focused on putting us back on the right path: to re-create the best of Western civilization while learning from the mistakes of the past.
Think of the Civil Right as traditional Southern culture; think of the Southern gentleman and what that means. It is the viewpoint of those who are focused on building strong families, building a society that supports a strong family structure, and using the hierarchy structure of the family as a pattern for society.
A Few Quotes to Ponder
The Right is about authority; the Left is about control.
– Wagner Clemente Soto
He descended from a line of men who had put all their glory into serving; ‘to be free’ seemed to them an ideal of slaves.
– Vladimir Volkoff
Leadership, not management.
Husbandry, not agriculture.
Craft, not production.
Community, not society.
Life is identity, definiteness, form, order, hierarchy, and limits. Those who would affirm life must affirm all of these things.
– Collin Claery