Saturday, August 10, 2013
For the Confederacy! For the South!
I just wanted to mark today because today 152 years ago the Battle of Wilson's Creek took place marking Southwestern Missouri as the South, the Confederacy! And this popular Secessionist feeling existed throughout Southern Missouri just North of Arkansas in the Ozarks region especially and this feeling of popular Confederate Southern Heritage remains to this day! And most people don't know it but long after the Civil War ended blood feuds continued in that area that began during the Civil War. The way that you can tell that the South is right and did what was right is because look at how terribly they have suffered ever since! When I got to Southern Missouri driving Southeast into Northern Arkansas just before the Mississippi River and drove throughout the Confederate South, particularly the deep South, every bit of this country that stood up against the Jewish plot to destroy what remained that was good from the U.S. Govt., particularly the recognition of State governments being the bodies to rule their own State! did all they could to drum up popular anger against the South particularly with that disgusting trashy novel "Uncle Tom's Cabin" released in segments in popular media. All this to create a massive war debt and kill the goyim. Read the great book Blood Money: The Civil War and the Federal Reserve by John Remington Graham. Why is the Jew Salmon P. Chase on the $10,000 bill? Because he upheld the 14th Amendment in a court ruling. I do not see the South or the Confederacy as at all having been an equal to what Adolf Hitler and the National Socialists made with the Third Reich BUT the South and the Confederacy did what they believed was right and stood up and fought against the beginnings of what is ZOG today! That is why the South is the most depressed area and even in the state of Missouri, you see that those who stood up for the Confederacy have had just their area hurt perpetually! I am not a Southerner but I love the rural South, hate the cities! disgusting pits full of subhumans, though there is a little bit good left in them. I loved especially driving through Mississippi and Alabama in the rural areas. Good white people who friendly and welcoming and the pines and breeze, just wonderful! The blood of those men blessed the ground and many times I felt it palpably walking in the Southern countryside. God Bless the Missouri State guard! God Bless those men who lost their lives and Fought! and God Bless the Confederacy!