From the Confederate 28 website

In the month of June, members of Confederate 28 protested homosexual pride parades in Knoxville, TN and Cincinnati, OH.

In Knoxville, the sodomites resorted to their usual tactics of attempting to disprove us with their “love”, which amounts to little more than psychotic screaming and calling us the worst names one could think of (in front of children, no less). Our members refused to be intimidated.

We protested the parade, as it rolled past, then walked through thousands of queers and their supporters, following the parade to their rally point. Upon arrival, we posted at the entrance to their festival, which caused a huge traffic jam for the attendees, because so many of them were gathering around us and some fellow Christians who protested with us last year. After most of the attendees made their way through the gates, we shook hands with the Christian protesters, and made arrangements to join each other at other rallies.

It was a very worthwhile 3-4 hours, as it showed Knoxville that not everyone in our great Southern city is a deviant. The news made a brief mention of our stand; although, not near as thorough as last year’s report. We will continue to protest this spectacle of deviancy.

We pray that more conservative Southrons will continue to join our defense of Southern culture and morality. We cannot fear the terror tactics of the Left. If our folk refuse to raise their voice, the sodomites will only continue to grow stronger. Our ancestors were ready to die for their beliefs, while our generation huddle in their homes, over fear of being labeled a “hater”. We must be men and take to the street. We must abandon fear and laziness. We must preserve our heritage. If not you, then who? Deo Vindice!

“Truly, this vice is never to be compared with any other vice because it surpasses the enormity of all vices.… It defiles everything, stains everything, pollutes everything. And as for itself, it permits nothing pure, nothing clean, nothing other than filth.…” – Saint Peter Damian