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An Open Letter / The Cenotaph
July 11, 2018
An Open Letter / The Cenotaph
It is Southern white men like Michael Butler of Flagler College in St. Augustine who do more harm to race relations in the South with his refutable rhetoric than any of the Northern Jewish run NAACP provocation agents who began their attack in 1989 with its infamous resolution that the Southern Cross was an evil odious blight on the Universe, in order to increase its depleting coffers.
For Butler to proclaim that the Cenotaph of the Confederate soldier in Monument Park in St. Augustine is a white supremacists' monument leaves me in a state of pshaw. The skullduggery associated with contextualization is nothing more than a planned ploy to vilify the integrity of an integrated military of Southern heroes who stood together against a segregated army.
It is apparent that the general body of the NAACP, just like Dr. Martin Luther King, who preached a radio program from the text of the Battle Hymn of the Republic were short on their history and were not privy to the proclamations of civil rights organizations like the Pole Bearers, or Knights Monumental, who came to understand how Southern Blacks were duped and used against Southern whites by a man who not only illegally invaded their homeland, but in doing so carried out an evil against its people so hagridden, that it truly must have shaken Satan of its salaciousness.
And for this so called freed African to climb into bed with this man during the 12 year period of reconstruction almost put asunder any trust, sense of family, dignity, or honor he had earned with the Southern white man in lieu of his status as a slave.
Black people can't keep crying about slavery. It was the Africans in complicit with the Arabs, Spanish, French, British, Russians..... who put them there. And they got lucky if they came to the Southland of America! (still)
And they are forewarned that anybody who drags out the Emancipation Proclamation means them no good. And foremost, anybody who tries to turn them against the Southern white man, equally means them no good. If the African people, whats left of them, are ever to reach their greatness as human beings in this country, we must embrace our Southern white family, and our shared culture, to include the glorious stand we made together against an army who invaded our homeland.
The Confederate soldier Cenotaphs are a testimonial that we share with a man that we not only called master, but also family and friend. Tell Rawls, the NAACP, Black Lives Matter, George Soros and any other of the domestic terrorists who try and divide us, to take this to the bank of American life!
And, I thank those of you who send me your most generous and needed donations! God bless you!
President, Southern Heritage 411
Member, Save Southern Heritage
Chairman, Board of Advisors Emeritus, Southern Legal Resource Center