North Carolina woman confronts man flying Nazi flag at his home

Dylan Stableford
Senior Editor
Yahoo News
August 15, 2017

A North Carolina woman who confronted a man flying a Nazi flag outside his home says she felt the need to stand up to his show of hate in the wake of violence that erupted during a white supremacist rally in Charlottesville, Va., over the weekend.
“We need to call it out,” Page Braswell told the Charlotte Observer on Monday. “If we don’t, it’s just going to get worse.”
Braswell said she had heard about the flag display being near her Gaston County home and went looking for it.
In a video posted to Facebook on Sunday, Braswell is seen driving her car when she spots the flag, pulls into the man’s driveway, gets out and asks, “Hey, what’s up with the Nazi flag?”
“What’s it to you?” says the man, who identified himself as Joe Love. “Do you make the payments on this f***ing house?”
“No, I don’t,” Braswell replies.
“OK — don’t f***ing worry about it,” Love says.
A North Carolina woman confronted a man over his Nazi flag display. (Image: Page Braswell/Facebook)
Braswell tells Love she is troubled by the display because “this is America, not Nazi Germany.”
Love insists he is “not a Nazi,” but that “this is Nazi f***ing America,” and tells her to leave.
“Where do you live? What kind of flag do you fly?” he says.
“I fly a rainbow flag,” Braswell replied, prompting Love to call her “queer” and a “lesbian.”
As she pulls away, Braswell rolls down her window and says: “I know where you work.”
Braswell posted the video to her Facebook page, along with Love’s home and work addresses.
“We need to ALL stand against Nazis,” she wrote. “Share far and wide; let’s run this Nazi out of town. For real.”
Braswell told the newspaper that she likely would not have posted the video or Love’s personal information had their conversation been “civil.”
She also said that she’s not a lesbian and doesn’t own a rainbow flag — but was simply expressing her solidarity with the LGBTQ community.
“They’ve got to be brave every day,” Braswell said. “There’s no reason I can’t be brave for two minutes.”
Love told the Gaston Gazette that he decided to display the Nazi symbol after three Confederate flags were stolen.
“I put this one up — nobody wants it,” he said.
Comment:
It makes you wonder.  If this guy is not a National Socialist, then just what is his game?  Why is he doing this?  Maybe he's just trying to piss people off any way he can.  Very mature.
However, whatever his game is, it could very well cost him his job.  The Liberals could harrass his boss until he fires him - which he will, because after all, he has a business to run and he's going to protect that business before anything else.
That's one of the reasons that the ANP recommends to its supporters that they do nothing to out themselves.  NS or not, this guy may have let himself in for trouble both at work and at home.  What did it get him?  Nothing.
Dan 88!

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  1. "As she pulls away, Braswell rolls down her window and says: “I know where you work.” a threat pure and simple, but her being a good little snowflake, nothing will happen to her,tho a lot should, let me go up to some one with a rainbow fag flag flying and confront her for example, do you know what would happen to me? i would be under the jail till they built a cross and nailed me to it literally . Besides what he does do on his property is his own business not anyone else's but alas with good little goyims like her they will achieve their goal if they already haven't

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    1. That was my point, comrade. Yes, he does have a right to fly that flag, but he's just asking for trouble for doing it. Does he really need any of that kind of trouble? Does anyone? I don't know about you, but I have trouble enough. I don't need any unneccessary problems. I have enough on my plate without adding more to it.

      Dan 88!

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