Friday, April 24, 2015

No Striped Rags at Our Confederate Memorial Day

Well, folks, I’ve been occupied this week preparing for Confederate Memorial Day. I’ve hardly had time to compile my weekly paper, much less to set down any profound thoughts.

Come out and join us for the celebration:

Amongst other things, you find a large display of historical flags. You’ll see the Betsy Ross flag (designed by the Southerner, George Washington).

You’ll see the 15 striped “Star-spangled Banner” of which Southerner Francis Scott Key wrote his memorable poem.  Ironically the tyrant Ape Lincoln imprisoned two of Key’ grandsons within the walls of Fort McHenry when they voice opposition to his unconstitutional and immoral invasion of the South.

You’ll see the Florida secession flag of Col. Wm. Chase, who removed the multiple stars of the failed union from the blue field of the US flag and replaced them with the single-star of a Sovereign and Independent Florida.

You will not see any modern US flags. We do not honor the flag of the invaders of our country, not on this day or any other day.

Quite simply: “Ain’t my flag; Ain’t my country.”

Nor will we ever pledge allegiance to the tyrannical union by reciting a “Pledge of Allegiance” written by a South hating, socialist yankee.

Well, I’ve already written more that I intended  to. I will close with a thought from R. L. Dabney, Southern pastor, theologian and Confederate officer, who served on the staff of Lt. General T. J. “Stonewall” Jackson. His words express my thoughts exactly.

“What, forgive those people who invaded our country, burned our cities, destroyed our homes, slain our young men, and spread desolation and ruin over our land? No, I do not forgive them.”

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