Dixie No More

June 25, 2020 at 10:05 pm (Commentary, Geopolitics and International Relations, History, International Intrigue, News, Vampire novel) (, , , , , )

British MP Renfield R. Renfield was podcasting in front of his laptop.

He was holding a guitar.

“Well, some group I’ve never heard of before called Lady Antebellum has changed their name to Lady A because the term antebellum refers to a style of architecture found in the American south prior to the U.S. Civil War. And of course the Orwellian history rewriters of the fictional novel of 1984 and the actual reality of 2020 don’t want any mention of the American south prior to the Civil War (and of course they don’t want any mention of the American south after the U.S. Civil War either). And some group I have heard of before called the Dixie Chicks are now dropping the term Dixie from their name because of course the term Dixie refers to the American south. Now of course the Dixie Chicks have always been airheads throughout the long course of their musical career. In fact, that’s the only reason I’ve ever heard of the Dixie Chicks before. I doubt I’ve ever listened to their music.
The only country music singers I’ve ever listened to have been Johnny Cash, Garth Brooks, Kenny Rogers, Ian Tyson and Dolly Parton. Oh and I guess Wilf Carter. The only reason I’m familiar with the Dixie Chicks is because of the usually stupid political statements they made when accepting an award at Awards Shows I have watched over the years. So it’s no surprise that in this year of 2020 as the American equivalent of Chairman Mao Tse-tung’s Cultural Revolution is launched across the land that was once the United States of America and all vestiges of the country’s past and history are destroyed by a bunch of young yahoos who actually think they will build a better world up from the rubble, it’s no surprise that the airheads formerly known as the Dixie Chicks would jump on this Neo-Maoist bandwagon. Might I suggest the Dixie Chicks now change their name to The Laid Eggs?”.

Here Renfield R. Renfield takes a swig of rum and eggnog that he’s been saving in the refrigerator for a special occasion.

He then turns back to the camera, “When Abraham Lincoln first heard the news of Confederate General Robert E. Lee’s surrender to Union General Ulysses S. Grant on April 9th 1865, he requested that the White House Military Band play Daniel Decatur Emmett’s 1859 song Dixie Land because he didn’t want the American south to think they were now a secondary part of the American Union because they rebelled and had now been defeated. But then again Lincoln had class which is something that most of today’s anarcho-Marxist hooligans of the Neo-Maoist Cultural Revolution ongoing in America today do not have. First, they came for the statues of Confederate generals. Then they went after the statues of U.S. Presidents. And now they’re going after the statues of Jesus, the Virgin Mary and the Saints.”

Renfield then picks up his guitar and starts to sing The Night They Drove Old Dixie Down (a song originally recorded by the Canadian-American rock group The Band in 1969 and the most popular version was recorded by American folk singer Joan Baez in 1971).

Sang Renfield,

“The night they drove old Dixie down
And the bells were ringing
The night they drove old Dixie down
And the people were singing…”


The Woman and Child: Next on the hit list of America’s Neo-Maoist cultural revolutionaries and Neo-Bolshevik insurrectionists.

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