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An Open Letter & Open Report / The Shame In Mississippi

From: HK Edgerton [hk.edgerton@gmail.com]
Date: Mon, Dec 11, 2017
Subject: An Open Letter & Open Report / The Shame In Mississippi
To: siegels1 [siegels1@mindspring.com]

Dear Ms. Lunelle,

I am becoming more and more proud of my babies, as the questions they put upon me are a reflection that they are paying close attention to the injustice taking place in the South.

Question #1: Mr. HK, was the Historic March Across Dixie on display at the Civil Rights and State Museum openings in Jacksonville, Mississippi, especially since the Mississippi State flag is depicted on the cover of Mr. Terry Lee's Photo Journal of that historic event that crossed Mississippi?

My answer: No children, it was not. You must remember that the producers of the History Channel would shun Terry Lee's Journal, and the documentary dvds of that event as well as several others that depicted some of the greatest minds on the subject matter as being too controversial, and could change the views of written and recorded history.

You will not see in these institutions Holt Collier, Rev. Mack Lee, Horace King, Napoleon Nelson, Polk Arnold, Minerva Morgan, Levi Carnine, Jim Limber, Richard Christopher, Columbus Quarls or Representative John F. Harris, former slave, Republican member of the Mississippi House of Representatives who got up from his sick bed to give the deciding vote to appropriate $10,000.00 to complete the Confederate soldiers monument on the grounds of the Mississippi State Capitol. (see the Clarion Ledger February 23, 1890.)

To eliminate the voices of March Across Dixie solidifies the words and actions of those who built this Mt. Olympus of hate meant to prey on the sympathies of a duped people that now include those contaminated with White folk guilt, and the likes of George Soros who are bent on Southern social and cultural genocide, and arguably that of the Nation.

Question #3: Mr. HK, what policies of President Trump would cause the NAACP, Cory Booker, John Lewis and Bennie Thompson to shun the President at this event?

My answer: Babies, these men are synonymous to the boot blacks of the twelve year period of reconstruction in the South. They care not for the African people; only for their personal and organizational coffers. The truth be damned. The truth as told by the Knights Brotherhood and Monumental Association as they aligned themselves with the Pole Bearers Association (both Black Civil Right organizations that precluded the NAACP) who vowed to regain and retain the relations and relationship with the Southern White man of whom they declared to be the only man to ever care for them and their well being, and to never be duped by the likes of the carpet baggers, Northern school teachers and Northern politicians again.

And while President Trump may be a Yankee, he is loved in the South because he is so akin in his thinking as President Jefferson Davis, a man who loved the Union, just as General Lee did. A man who modernized the U.S. military as President Trump wants to do. Trump, who wants to drain the swamp in Washington; Davis, a man who took his men and left the swamp.

Without another word, my babies would pass the hat, taking up a whopping $100, and ask if they bought a March Across Dixie Photo Journal, and DVD of the event, would I get the Mississippi Sons of Confederate Veterans to give it to the Governor of Mississippi, and promised to raise another $100 before Christmas to do the same for President Trump, and thank him for going to Mississippi for this somewhat tainted event. God bless you!

Your brother,

HK
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