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An Open Letter & Open Report / The New Attack

March 5, 2019

The New Attack

Dear Ms. Lunelle,

After visitations upon a host of our Southern college communities, and confabulating with many of their students, it is my assessment that there is a new modus operandi to invoke social and cultural genocide upon our homeland by using Northern born students to lead the attack, especially the attacks on the memorials to our fallen dead.

The Southern black students used to be the weapon of choice as were their ancestors during the 12 year period of reconstruction. However, here in the 21st century, it appears that young Southern white women have become the primary source who are being brainwashed into thinking they are healing a historical wrong done to the African people because of the world wide economic institution of slavery and, thus, have begun turning against our Southern society.

I am afraid that the warning issued by the Honorable Patrick Ronane Clayborne is close to fruition (If the North wins this war, they will write a false narrative against the South, and turn our children against us).

Even though we still have a small cluster of our young people like those in the student body at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill who fight against this - the betrayal of our State Legislature to enforce the rule of law set as a mandate as it relates to our Cenotaphs, and the betrayal of our judicial system leaves us in a state of anarchism and imminent cultural genocide.

What happened at Chapel Hill with the Cenotaph of Silent Sam in a state that has monument protection laws has opened the door at colleges all across the South to disregard law.

At Ole Miss, the state flag has been removed from its flag pole. And on this very day, the 5th of March, 2019, a decision put into the hands of these new invaders of our homeland to decide on whether to remove the memorials of those babies who gave their lives to defend Oxford, and our homeland from the despicable carnage of the Union Army vented against a defenseless civilian population.

In my estimation, we are in big time trouble. The now resigned Chancellor at Ole Miss should have been denied any compensation, and arrested for her orders to remove the base of Silent Sam and not put the Cenotaph back. And, the University denied any state funds if it does not act to do so.

If this Chancellor can act above the law, then what can I tell my babies about conforming to social expectations of societal law (smoking and selling illegal drugs, stealing, truancy etc.), or anything related to obeying the law? This may seem over simplified. However, it is on the road to the same truth of logic that President Jefferson Davis felt when the South legally succeeded from the Union.

My Southern black babies are watching, and constantly asked of me during so called Black History Month about the national and state laws being disregarded by those who put them on the table. And, if black people are going to be blamed like they were for the acts of reconstruction played out against the South, now please tell me what do I tell them? May God help us; we have let the Devil in. God bless you!

Your brother,

HK

Chairman, Board of Advisors Emeritus, Southern Legal Resource Center
Recipient, Virginia Division, Sons of Confederate Veterans, General Robert E. Lee Award
Recipient, Southern Legal Resource Center Heritage Medal
Recipient, United Daughters of the Confederacy Jefferson Davis Medal
Member, Save Southern Heritage Florida
Member, Order of the Confederate Legion, Judah P. Bejamin Camp 2210 Sons of Confederate Veterans
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