Re: Olga Kaufman Wrote On Your Wall... (Facebook)
From: Gerald Woods - email@example.com
Date: Wed, May 26, 2010
You wrote, "And if one studies and listens very carefully, they will find that the people of the South, one called slave, and the other master, led the world from the caves of darkness once, and can do it again." Now they are called "Brothers" and are children of God through the rebirth. Yes we can do it again, and most certainly, we will do it again, amen! I wish all the young black men and women who have been poisoned with the revisionist history of the yankee empire, could read some of the excellent articles you have at the Southern Heritage website. Recently I was reading about an incident in Brisbane, LA. The yankess temporarily held the territory, but then the Confederates drove them off. And most of the slaves there had been treated horribly by the yankee troops and were calling out to their master to come and get them. The Confederate soldiers that rescued them gave them food and medicine, of such that they had. I developed tears in my eyes as I read this. My heart just melted for the defenseless black folk that was so inhumanely treated by yankee devils. I wish someday in our lifetime, that the Sovereign Lord will allow the CORRECT history about the War Between the States be known to not only Americans but to the entire world. Yet even it this does not happen, you can be certain that the ones who mistreated the humble black men and women back then will face a very harsh judgment from the Almighty. You brother H.K. are doing the Lord's work and will be blessed mightily for it. It is my wish and hope that we southerners would get together and support you and Terry to travel all over the southern states to re-educate everyone on the true history of that time period. I can send another donation this Friday when I am paid again. And I hope to begin sending regular donations and challenging all others to match my donation to the honorable cause for which you serve. May God be with you on your journeys.
Yours in Christ Jesus,
"Major, we haven't taken Washington, but we scared Abe Lincoln like hell." Confederate General Jubal Anderson Early - 12 July 1864