Fwd: FW: Confederate soldiers (including my relatives) and their flags!

Subject: Fwd: FW: Confederate soldiers (including my relatives) and their flags!

an interesting read.................

In case you didn't know - ALL Confederate Veterans are U. S. Veterans as well, and their grave-sites and monuments are to be equally revered and protected by U. S. Law.  Take a look at the graphic way down below, then look at the actual law that established this and guaranteed it (click on the URL under the graphic).

I cannot write more in this preamble.  I want to, but I am just too upset and angry at the Socialist Democrat trashing of our Confederate Flags and Monuments, and of our great and honorable Southron Heritage, - AND their refusal to admit the existence of great quantities of proof that the true "cause" of the so-called "Civil" War (War Against Northern Aggression) was not about Slavery.

I do offer here, my thoroughly researched article about that National Tragedy, which shows proof and the existence and location of it in abundance,  that this unnecessary invasion of the Southland by the aggressor North was over Taxation without Representation and States' Rights - Not "SLAVERY".  Totally acting at variance with the Constitution which allowed Secession, Lincoln ordered the invasion of the Southland as he said: "To preserve the Union at all costs."  And cost it did.  672,000 deaths, 425,000 of which were Union soldiers.  Mr. Lincoln, you got blood on your hands! 

PLEASE READ MY ARTICLE.  You will discover verified truths you were never taught in school.


P. S.  -  I am a proud member of the Sons of Confederate Veterans - Georgia Division, Villa Rica Chapter!  So far I have documented 18 of my direct blood relatives who fought for the Confederacy and many died trying to protect their homes and families from the Northern aggressor - including my Great Great Grandfather, James Daniel Brock, killed at the Battle of Cold Harbor:
James Daniel Brock - died on the battlefield - June 2, 1863
      (this picture is also attached at the bottom)


From DK:

         Just for the record........


gruaud said...

It was all about slavery.


Anonymous said...

It was about slavery.


Anonymous said...

A little ironic that he's citing US law in order to defend people who went to war in order to leave the US and not be subject to US law.

What am I saying? It's a lot ironic.

CharlieE said...

The Texas secession declaration mentioned slavery 18 times.

The constitution of the Confederate States of America was a word-for-word copy of the U.S. Constitution, with the exception of added clauses that specifically mentioned slavery.

I have no idea what "Southron Heritage" might be.

Funny how "states rights" is never used to justify treating people better; it's only used to justify mistreating people.

The last surviving Confederate veteran, Pleasant Crump, died in 1951.

U.S. Public Law 85-425, section 410 says this, and this only:

"SEC. 410. The Administrator shall pay to each person who served
in the military or naval forces of the Confederate States of America
during the Civil W a r a monthly pension in the same amounts and
subject to the same conditions as would have been applicable to such
person under the laws in effect on December 31, 1957, if his service
in such forces had been service in the military or naval service of the United States."

Yep. CSA soldiers were entitled to a pension.

It's true that 425,000 Union soldiers died in battle. It's also true that 25% of the Union army consisted of people from states that had seceded. Apparently, not everyone in the South thought fighting for slavery was a good thing.

And if you weren't fighting against slavery, you were fighting for it. There wasn't any middle ground.

ferschitz said...

CSA soldiers were entitled to a pension.

One wonders if this racist's slave-loving Grandfather, James Daniel Brock, refused that horrid, disgusting, perfidious SOCIALIST pension. Inquiring minds...

The Civil War was only about slavery. Mostly those from Northern States had awakened and agreed that it is WRONG and fought to end this despicable practice. No one "back in the day" blathered about "State's Rights" or whatever other bullshit that Fox and Rush pander about.

You were either in favor of enslaving other humans or you weren't.

Rightwing think tanks will endlessly trot out lying bullshit like this in order to pander to racist bigots particularly in southern states. It's called: Divide & Conquer... getting southern racist assholes distracted by lying crap like this in order to rob them blind. Typical.

There really is no such thing as "southern heritage." It's just terminology that's thrown out there to pander to racist bigots who want nothing more to shit on the dusky hued in order to make them feel better about themselves.

STFU, Southern RWD, you're full of it.

swkellogg said...


I believe it is a portmanteau: southern + moron = southron.

Hooray4US said...

Color me unsurprised that rightwingers, including the think tanks and media, are piling it on to rewrite US history to make it seem like Confederates - the ultimate in USA turncoats - are some sort of mythic beings to be venerated. And btw, the Civil War had nothing to do with slavery.

When I was a kid, the USSR was held up for ridicule - with factual, verified examples - of how the Soviets re-wrote history to fit the narratives of the dreaded dirty dastardly Commies.

And now this. So are rightwing "Southrons" no better than the Soviet Communists?? Or am I doing a great disservice to Uncle Joe and his comrades in the Soviet Union??

Anonymous said...

Too much hate and bullshit here to respond to. Lincoln was certainly a tyrant to "order the invasion of the Southland" just because they fired on a US army base in the Charleston bay.

Like the writer, I am a life-long Southerner with a family genealogy that shows more than a dozen ancestors dying while fighting for Mississippi, Tennessee and NC. Unlike him, I am damned grateful that the North kept the resolve to win that war so that I'm not living in some backward feudal state with David Duke as President and Judge Roy Moore as Attorney General.

Mike Hawk said...

Very good comments "Son of Strom" (THURMOND)

Mike Hawk

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