Friday, May 29, 2015

Secede in Your Own Heart and Mind

The Amerikan Empire cannot be fixed or reformed. It is far beyond that possibility. This is why Free Florida First advocates secession from the corrupt (and corrupting) government that emanates from Babylon on the Potomac (WashingtonDC).

Sometimes folks ask, “How will secession ultimately be accomplished?” I admit that I don’t have a detailed answer to that question. In fact, it may well be that the empire will collapse under its own useless weight before we have the opportunity to secede.

Regardless, I do think that I understand how secession must begin. It must begin in our own hearts and minds.

Following the first American War for Independence, which took place in the last half of 18th Century, one of our prominent leaders made the following statement:

But what do we mean by the American Revolution? Do we mean the American war? The Revolution was effected before the war commenced. The Revolution was in the minds and hearts of the people; a change in their religious sentiments of their duties and obligations. While the king, and all in authority under him, were believed to govern in justice and mercy, according to the laws and constitution derived to them from the God of nature and transmitted to them by their ancestors, they thought themselves bound to pray for the king and queen and all the royal family, and all in authority under them, as ministers ordained of God for their good; but when they saw those powers renouncing all the principles of authority, and bent upon the destruction of all the securities of their lives, liberties, and properties, they thought it their duty to pray for the continental congress and all the thirteen State congresses.

           (Former President John Adams in a letter to H. Niles, February 13, 1818)

Let me encourage you to abjure the realm, to withdraw your consent, to leave the Empire in your own heart and mind.


It can begin simply enough. You can start by not flying, saluting or pledging to the striped rag of the Empire. Fly your own state flag and/or one of the flags of the Confederate States of America, the last constitutional republic to exist on the North American Continent. 

(Flags at half-staff for 
Confederate Memorial Day)

Stop honoring and recognizing the imperial storm troopers of the Empire as heroes and as defenders of our liberties! Rather encourage them to honor the oaths they took to the Constitution (however flawed that document may be). In these present circumstances, the ONLY possible way they can honor that oath is to remove themselves from service (or rather servitude) to the Empire at the earliest opportunity.

So let the Revolution begin in your own heart and mind; and then seek to communicate it to others.

That’s what we at Free Florida First are about, however small and insignificant our efforts may appear to others.

Indeed, 'The journey of a thousand miles begins with a single step.' Why not take that first step?

TRUST GOD!
STAY IN THE FIGHT!
NEVER GIVE UP!
NEVER QUIT!
DEO VINDICE!
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Friday, May 22, 2015

Great Day at the Newberry Watermelon Festival

Last Saturday Free Florida First had a booth at the Newberry Watermelon Festival

It was a very successful day.
1. Over 80 folks signed up for our flag raffle. It gives us an opportunity to contact them again via email and letter and to invite them to our next meeting and to be added to our email lists.
2. Many other folks who did not sign up for the raffle took literature about our organization and the things we promote. In particular, gun rights and secession. So we were able to place literature in the hands of well over 100 folks.
3. We gave out scores of small Battle Flags to the young folks who came to our booth.
4. A lady from the Republican booth down the way from us stopped by. In our discussions she indicated her dissatisfaction with the Republican field, including Rand Paul, whom she called a compromiser. I told her that she ought to join us in our booth and that secession was the only answer. She agreed that secession is constitutional and said that she should leave “before she loses her job.”
5. We “sold” several 3X5 flags, and actually made enough to cover our entry fee.
6. A young black man stopped by and signed up for our flag raffle. I noticed that he had a Battle Flag on a leather strap around his neck and on a para-cord bracelet around his wrist. I had a good discussion with him and shared an article with him from Walter Williams that asserted the Constitutionality of secession.
7. Some neocon stopped by promoting an upcoming “Heroes’ Day” to venerate the Imperial Storm Troopers of the Amerikan Empire.  By the time he left he had received an education on the real heroes who wore grey and who fought to protect their homes from the yankee invaders.
8. We had numerous productive conversations with all manner of folks. Many expressed their appreciation for us being at the festival and for “all that we do,” even though most probably knew very little about us.
9. My wife observed that more and more people show interest at every festival we attend.
10. Many folks are leery of being identified with us or being on our mailing list, but they are glad that we are here and taking a stand. Perhaps someday they will be ready to stand with us as evil men wax worse and worse and as the empire continues its inevitable decline.
It is important that we continue on -- that we show the flag -- that we do what we can to get the word out.



TRUST GOD!
STAY IN THE FIGHT!
NEVER GIVE UP!
NEVER QUIT!
DEO VINDICE!
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Friday, May 15, 2015

Fight for your brethren, your sons, and your daughters, your wives, and your houses.

My wife and I recently visited my mother in the Conyers, Georgia area for an early Mother’s Day. 


While on an excursion just north of the city, I noticed the Almand family cemetery, a small and somewhat overgrown cemetery. I am always on the lookout for the distinct Confederate headstones and immediately I saw several. Confederate stones come to a point at the top, as opposed to the rounded top found on the stones for US veterans. (See the stone below for 1st Sergeant James T. Almand, CSA, who died on April 4, 1864.)



Long ago I was told that the Confederates had a point on top of their stones to keep damned yankees from sitting on them.

I did not get an exact count, but I would estimate that there were at least thirty Confederate Veteran headstones. Close to half of the men beneath them had died during the years of the war.

One particular group of headstones stood out -- five stones, all in one neat row.

One was dated May 16, 1862; the other four simply indicated 1862.


Five young men from this small community north of Conyers, perhaps brothers or cousins (three of the five stones bore the name Almand).

These young men laid down their lives in a struggle against alien invaders. They knew exactly what they were fighting for. They were fighting for their family, for their homes, for their culture and for their way of life. They were very much like those men addressed by Nehemiah as the Jews rebuilt the walls around Jerusalem.

Nehemiah 4:13-14: Therefore set I in the lower places behind the wall, and on the higher places, I even set the people after their families with their swords, their spears, and their bows. And I looked, and rose up, and said unto the nobles, and to the rulers, and to the rest of the people, Be not ye afraid of them: remember the Lord, which is great and terrible, and fight for your brethren, your sons, and your daughters, your wives, and your houses.

On the other hand those in the US military today are simply imperial storm troopers (as were those yankee invaders in the 1860’s). They go and fight whom and where they are told with no real connection to home and family. I know the claim is that they are “fighting to keep us free,” but it’s hard to believe that anyone really believes that. Are folks in Amerika so brainwashed as to believe that they are free? Do the sheeple in Amerika even have any idea of what true freedom would look like?

May we all look to those five young Confederates and be prepared to give ourselves for our brethren, our sons, our daughters, our wives, and our homes.


But Southern mommas, “don’t let your babies grow up to be imperial storm troopers!”


TRUST GOD!
STAY IN THE FIGHT!
NEVER GIVE UP!
NEVER QUIT!
DEO VINDICE!
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Friday, May 8, 2015

Origin of the so-called “Christian Flag” and of the Pledge to that Flag

Origin of the so-called “Christian Flag” and of the Pledge to that Flag
By Pastor Greg Wilson
The so-called “Christian Flag” was the brain-child of Charles C. Overton, the Sunday School Superintendent of Brighton Chapel, Coney Island, New York. Brighton Chapel was affiliated with the Congregationalist Church.
The Congregationalist Church grew out of New England Puritanism and became prominent in various liberal social movements including Abolitionism and Women’s Suffrage.
It is safe to assume that Mr. Overton would have maintained a low opinion of the Confederate cause and of Southerners in general.
Overton organized a great Patriotic Sunday School Rally that was held on September 26, 1897. No doubt US flags were much in evidence and it is recorded that the pulpit was draped with such a flag. This was still the era of “waving the bloody shirt,” and it could be anticipated that there would be much rhetoric against the South and its Cause during what the yankees called “The War of the Rebellion.”
Much to Mr. Overton’s displeasure, his invited speaker failed to arrive and he himself was forced to address the large assembly of youth without having opportunity to prepare.
Overton used the flag draped over the pulpit as inspiration and illustration. He began by speaking in detail of the meaning and symbolism of the US Flag. As he proceeded he began to contemplate and expound upon the creation of a Christian Flag, which would be derived from and styled similarly to the US Flag. One source indicated that: “In the heat of patriotic fervor, Overton wished out loud for a flag that could represent all of Christendom.”
Of course, a flag that represents “all of Christendom” cannot represent true Christianity, for the vast majority of “Christendom” is far removed from Biblical Christianity. In particular that variety of “Christendom” practiced amongst the liberal Congregationalist churches of the north and their embrace of the “social gospel” bears only passing resemblance to New Testament Christianity.
Most sources indicate that Overton, with the assistance of a seamstress, completed the flag he envisioned and presented it to his congregation the very next Sunday, October 3, 1897.
During the early 1900s Overton, with the assistance of Ralph Diffendorfer, actively promoted the usage of his so-called “Christian Flag” amongst the churches of the north.
Diffendorfer, who was the secretary to the Methodist Young People's Missionary Movement, was born in Hayesville, Ohio and educated at the liberal cesspools of Ohio Wesleyan University, Drew Theological Seminary, and Union Theological Seminary.
In 1908, Dr. Lynn Harold Hough, wrote the pledge to Overton’s “Christian Flag” after witnessing one of Mr. Diffendorfer’s promotional presentations.
Dr. Hough was another extremely liberal northern Methodist clergyman. His views on Evolution brought controversy even amongst northern liberals and in 1925, charges of heresy were brought against him in response to his sermon entitled: “Charles Darwin, Evolution and the Christian Religion.”
Hough’s liberal views caused him to strongly support the entry of the US into the League of Nations and when that action was opposed by the Daughters of the American Revolution, Hough lambasted that group, asserting that they should instead be called the Daughters of the KKK (March 1928).
Hough’s liberal and ecumenical background explains the broad and ambiguous pledge that he wrote:
  • I pledge allegiance to the Christian flag and to the Savior for whose kingdom it stands; one brotherhood uniting all mankind in service and love. 
The one-world ecumenical universalism promoted by Hough’s original pledge is contrary to Biblical Christianity, American Constitutionalism and plain common sense. Indeed it sounds very much like a “pledge” that might have been recited at the Tower of Babel, when mankind first attempted to unite in a universal effort to lift themselves to heaven by their own combined endeavors.
Many other pledges to Overton’s flag have been authored since, all patterned after Hough’s original:
  • I pledge allegiance to the Christian flag, and to the Savior for whose kingdom it stands; one Savior, crucified, risen, and coming again with life and liberty to all who believe.
  • I affirm my loyalty to the Christian Flag and to our savior whose cross it bears, one spiritual fellowship under that cross, uniting us in service and love.
  • I pledge allegiance to the Christian Flag and to the Savior for whose kingdom it stands; One Savior, crucified, risen, and coming again with life and Liberty to all who repent and believe The Gospel.
  • I pledge allegiance to the Christian flag and to the Savior for whose kingdom it stands; One brotherhood, uniting all true Christians in service and in love.
  • I pledge allegiance to the Christian flag and to the gospel for which it stands; One Savior, crucified, risen and coming again, with life eternal for all who believe.
I have no doubt that the pledge was altered with the best of intentions, however, as a Christian, as a Baptist, as a Southerner, as an American, I cannot endorse any of the various forms of that pledge, nor the flag they attempt to honor.
As the Catholics already have their Papal Flag, Overton’s flag became widely known as the “Protestant Flag.” However, today Overton’s flag is increasingly used in Catholic churches as well.
According to various authors Overton’s “Christian Flag” is:
  • Accepted by the Mainline Protestant denominations in the United States.
  • Part of Christian culture in America, without regard to denomination, creed, or affiliation.
  • Displayed in some 244,000 churches.
  • Seen today in or outside many Protestant churches throughout the world, particularly in Latin America and Africa, as well as some Roman Catholic churches. . . Eastern Orthodox, and other branches of Christianity have only recently started to use the flag.
Personally, I cannot display Overton’s “Christian Flag” for a multitude of reasons. Amongst them:
  1. I strongly oppose the ecumenism associated with the flag.
  2. As it is properly designated a “Protestant flag”, it is inappropriate to display it in a Baptist church, as true Baptists are not Protestants and never have been such.
  3. The flag is very closely associated with the US flag and with the shallow and mindless “patriotism” associated with that flag and with the pledge to the flag.
  4. The flag and its pledge are steeped in northern liberalism, abolitionism, theological liberalism, ecumenism, one-worldism, etc.
  5. Baptists reject the concept of the Universal Invisible Church, which is promoted by both Overton’s Christian flag and Hough’s pledge to it.
As I see it, for me to display, embrace or pledge to Overton’s “Christian Flag” would be to tread underfoot my Baptist and Southern forefathers.
Concluding Food for Thought:
As I understand the Scriptures, I believe that in the not too distant future there will arise a one-world government and a one-world religion. I see no reason to doubt that both this government and this religion will embrace the so-called “Christian Flag.”
I am also certain that the Anti-Christ will not embrace the banners bore by our forefathers in their struggles for freedom and liberty -- St. Andrew’s Cross, the Confederate Battle Flag, the Gadsden Flag, etc. That is why I choose to display these banners, in lieu of the Striped Rag of the Empire (the US Flag) and Overton’s so-called “Christian Flag.”

Deo Vindice! 


TRUST GOD!
STAY IN THE FIGHT!
NEVER GIVE UP!
NEVER QUIT!
DEO VINDICE!
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Friday, May 1, 2015

Thank God for the Confederate Soldier

Thank God for those men that were willing to stand up against a Leviathan federal government and if need be to give their lives to preserve their families, their property and their culture.

May the Lord be pleased to raise up such men in our own time as the struggle against Leviathan continues on.

Last weekend we observed Confederate Memorial Day at Landmark Baptist and Free Florida First with many like-minded folks.

By the Grace of God, we will continue to remember those brave souls who served before us. As the Lord allows, we will take up their banners and their mantles.

Furthermore, we intend, as best we are able, to pass on the values, beliefs and heritage of those Confederate soldiers to our children and grandchildren, who follow us.


Future Southern generations should not fight for the Amerikan Empire, but for God and their Rights. Even as was displayed on the Battle Flag of my Great-Great-Grandfather’s unit, The (Florida) Marion Light Artillery.

Let us fight for our brethren, our sons, our daughter, our wives and our houses!

Neh 4:14  
And I looked, and rose up, and said unto the nobles, and to the rulers, and to the rest of the people, Be not ye afraid of them: remember the Lord, which is great and terrible, and fight for your brethren, your sons, and your daughters, your wives, and your houses.
By the Grace of God may Florida and all of Dixie be free once again.
TRUST GOD!
STAY IN THE FIGHT!
NEVER GIVE UP!
NEVER QUIT!
DEO VINDICE!
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