On Thu, Dec 23, 2010, S. Weaver (firstname.lastname@example.org) wrote:
I hope this note finds you and yours in fine health and cheer this Christmas season. I want to commend you on your many efforts for spreading the truth. I had been employed part time as a maintenance man for a local bank for the past year. This past Friday I had a disagreement with the Sr. V.P., a nice educated (by federalists) black lady from Texas who saw my Southern Cross of Honor patch on my jacket sleeve and said I couldn't wear it any longer as it was offensive. You know how the rest went, she had made up her mind and I was a dirty racist member of the klan. She was one of my favorite people at the bank but I had to quit my job right at Christmas because of her contempt. Small price to pay compared to the brave men who gave everything, even compared to your sacrifices made for the truth of our ancestors. God bless you sir, and may God continue to guide and protect you in all that you do.
From: HK Edgerton (email@example.com)
Date: Fri, Dec 24, 2010
Subject: Re: Merry Christmas
To: "S. Weaver" (firstname.lastname@example.org)
I would go back to the employer for my job. I wouldn't have quit. I would have let management make that call. If this lady was truly your friend, then she should have had an open mind for some truth. Her statements to you are truly offensive to me and a whole lot of people who look like me.
Are we supposed to forget the millions of Blacks, freed or indentured who willingly gave their service in support of what had become their homeland and family; the Southland of America. And I would suggest that folks like this lady should at least read the letter that the Honorable R.L. Dabney sent to the Union General Howard in September of 1865 in the General's capacity as Head of the Freedman's Bureau.
This lady can cast a blind eye on the truth all that she wants. Take away all the so called emotions about slavery, and let's begin a dialogue on the business of it, especially in the tense of property, and we shall find ourselves in the 21st century understanding that the South was not only right for defending herself against an illegal invasion of her territories, but also the interpretation of the Confederate Republic and how it should be governed by the Constitution. So now here we are with aspersions being cast upon an honorable and religious symbol that championed a people from the region of this nation who felt that they were being unfairly taxed, and I might add almost into State bankruptcy, that the Federal Government was too big and had began circumventing powers from the people and their State that had not been regulated to them by the National Constitution. Sounds a whole lot like the Tea Party of the 21st century, and many, many citizens from all regions of America.
The problem with this lady and a whole lot of folks like her is that she cannot grasp the chicanery of those folks who continue to distort the truth." The Christian White folks in the Southland of America are the only human beings world wide who ever truly loved the Black folks of Africa". The NAACP is not new, the Union League had a similar agenda, and the same Masters leading it. King wanted the Table of Brotherhood, prepare it, but remember that I and a whole lot of Sons of former slaves and the Sons of former slave owners will be there carrying the Southern Cross, so that there will be no mistake of who we are, and what we stand for. God bless you, Merry Christmas, and you, your family, and friends have a Prosperous New Year as well.