Some see, few know, many choose to wander aimlessly in a fog, devoid of sunlight. I seek the light of day and leave the others to their chosen realm of ignorance. They are the ones who have brought this great nation down. I write only for the benefit of those who possess the courage required to restore our birthright.

Thursday, June 25, 2015


Most American with even the barest knowledge of history are well aware that Lincoln at his second Inaugural celebration asked the band to play 'Dixie'. And it was there that he spoke the following words:

With malice toward none, with charity for all, with firmness in the right as God gives us to see the right, let us strive on to finish the work we are in, to bind up the nation’s wounds, to care for him who shall have borne the battle and for his widow and his orphan, to do all which may achieve and cherish a just and lasting peace among ourselves and with all nations.

Notice, if you will, that the 1862 flag presented above still contained a star for each of the Confederate states that had seceded from the Union. Even though the men of the North and the men of the South had already faced each other across the field of battle it was readily acknowledged by the Union that those southern states who had disagreed with the Union policies still were part of the United States, and many had yet to die to make that so.

Those valiant men of both sides in that horrible struggle were far more American than so many today who wave the American flag while doing everything in their power to bring America to her knees. Wherein doth the true lie? I am glad that you asked, for I am about to place it before you.

An essay is not the place to address all of the problems facing America in those stressful times before the beginning of the civil war. That slavery was an issue there is no doubt, but in truth it was but one issue among many, and to see the liberals and Progressives damning the Confederate battle flag as being no more than a symbol of slavery is obscene.

Slavery was indeed a reality in America, as it has been in every nation that has ever existed, but history and the behavior of other nations is totally disregarded, and for good reason. Slavery is not the real issue but simply a tool for the Progressives in their unrelenting attack on this nation. Sadly their efforts are doing a great injustice to so many brave Americans, even those wearing a gray uniform and fighting under the Stars and Bars.

None who have ever studied the Civil War as I have can in good faith heap scorn upon the soldiers of the Confederacy. They were far better Americans than many I see today uttering their holier than thou platitudes and calling for social justice.

First off, to clarify the waters, I am from West Virginia, a state that pledged its loyalty and the lives of its young men to the Union and Abraham Lincoln's dream of reuniting that union into one mighty nation. I differ widely from today's liberals in that I believe in preserving the truth, an issue that is largely inconsequential in their pursuits of driving this nation to the left. And so, in pursuit of that truth, go with me to July 3, 1863, but first allow me to show you why I want to take you into the dim pages of yesteryear.

Today, America's leaders and political aspirants of both parties join hands in the effort to steal our history from us. They hope to remove the Confederate flag from the state house of South Carolina, and they seek the removal of Jefferson Davis's statue from the capitol building of Kentucky.

New York Times ... June 22, 2015
Nikki Haley, South Carolina Governor, Calls for Removal of Confederate Battle Flag
COLUMBIA, S.C. — Gov. Nikki R. Haley called on Monday for South Carolina to do what just a week ago seemed politically impossible — remove the Confederate battle flag from its perch in front of the State House building here. She argued that a symbol long revered by many Southerners was for some, after the church massacre in Charleston, a “deeply offensive symbol of a brutally offensive past.”


The National Journal ... June 23, 2015
Mitch McConnell to Kentucky Capitol: Lose the Jefferson Davis Statue
But at a press conference on Tuesday, in the midst of a national debate over the propriety of Confederate images, Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell identified one place where Davis shouldn't be: the Capitol building in his home state of Kentucky. A statue of Davis stands alongside former President Abraham Lincoln—his Civil War adversary—and other Kentucky-born leaders.

My regard being what it is for this Progressive traitor you must realize that I do not stand with bated breath waiting for his next call of his anti-American agenda. However, the Democratic party are far more receptive to his treasonous thoughts. So too are the Globalists, the Progressives, the liberals, the socialists, and let us not forget the Communist Party USA. Birds of a feather, so they say.

But I promised you a trip into America's past. Shall we now go there?

Very few southern men who served under the flag of the Confederacy had ever actually owned a slave. No, they did not have a young black man always at the ready to polish the master's boots. The fact of the matter is that boots, or the lack thereof, is what led to the Battle of Gettysburg.

Many of the men who served under the command of Robert E. Lee had no boots, or shoes, or socks. They had heard, mistakenly, that there was a boot factory in Gettysburg and it was there that they congregated with hopes of putting footwear on a foot sore but loyal army of southern soldiers. And it was there that the Union Army also chose to gather to engage and repel Lee's forces. The fact that much of the Army of Northern Virginia were barefoot is the only reason that the battle of Gettysburg was ever fought. 

I could tell you so much about that three day battle. I could write of the Devil's Den, of Little Round Top, of the Peach Orchard, of Culp's Hill, of the Wheat Field, or Cemetery Ridge. Yes, so much could be learned about what once was the great American spirit by studying the Battle of Gettysburg, but I shall limit my discourse to the engagement known as Pickett's Charge, that took place on the last day of battle and dealt a harsh blow to Robert E. Lee's Army of Northern Virginia. I have chosen this particular battle primarily because of what was to occur there some fifty years later. God knows that we should love, honor, and respect those men who fought that day, and we should never concern ourselves with the color of the uniform they wore, or the stripes on the flag they died to keep aloft.

Earlier, on December 11, 1862 the Union mounted a series of attacks against Confederate forces firmly entrenched on the high ground at Fredericksburg Virginia. Union losses were severe, and the horrors of that battle were well remembered by the Union Forces who now held the high ground on July 3, 1862.

The battle for Big Round Top, today known as Pickett's Charge began with a massive artillery bombardment by both sides. As the Confederates grew short on powder they assembled their infantry for a frontal assault. Waiting at the top of Big Round Top the union soldiers began a chant of "Fredericksburg - Fredericksburg - Fredericksburg!" They knew full well their time for vengeance was at hand, for they now held the high ground.

On came Pickett's division, marching into an almost certain death. Early in crossing the one mile of open terrain the south encountered cannon fire, with many becoming victims to each falling cannon ball. As they drew nearer the crest of the hill they were subjected to canister shot from Union cannons with each canister cutting a swath in southern ranks killing and maiming twenty to thirty men with iron and lead pellets.

It was at this point that the Union army began to actually cheer the courage of the men who marched into the jaws of death and yielded not to the natural temptation to flee this field of carnage. Imagine yourself being in this situation for a moment. Up that hill came men intent on killing you, and as you looked down into their ranks that were withering but would not stop, you begin to realize that what you and they have in common is far more important than the mere differences that exist. And so in this hour of horrid strife you voice a cheer for such brave men, such fine soldiers, and such noble Americans.

As they drew closer to the summit they came into range of Union musket fire and between it and the unrelenting volleys of canister shot Picket's division was decimated, and driven back with no choice but to retreat south of the Potomac River.

It was not until January 1, 1863 that Lincoln issued the Proclamation of Emancipation, officially freeing the slaves. These men at Gettysburg fought under the Confederate Battle Flag and they fought not for slavery but for state's rights. 

Earlier I mentioned a gathering fifty years after the battle, for that was truly the point that defined what made America great.

I should like for you to read the following paragraph before I take you to the source of this bit of history:

The climactic moment of the 50th Reunion was a reenactment of Pickett's Charge.  Thousands of spectators gathered to watch as the Union veterans took their positions on Cemetery Ridge, and waited as their old adversaries emerged from the woods of Seminary Ridge and started toward them again. They converged as they had 50 years earlier at the stone wall but this time the Confederates were met with embraces of brotherly fellowship.

Now it does not get much more American than that.

And to that source:

lhlogo.gif (6955 bytes)Yesterdays Heroes Reunite during The 50th Anniversary of the Battle of GettysburgPictures taken July 1st, 2nd and 3rd, 1913.

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In 1913, the Federal Government held a fiftieth anniversary reunion at Gettysburg.  The boys who had gone off to war had become old men who came together "re-united in brotherly love and affection".
Thousands of survivors bivouacked on the old battlefield, swapping stories, looking up comrades and, as seen here, retracing their steps and seemingly impossible deeds of 50 years earlier.
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Outside of the official ceremonies, there was time for old friends, and old enemies, to relax and talk over old times.
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The climactic moment of the 50th Reunion was a reenactment of Pickett's Charge.  Thousands of spectators gathered to watch as the Union veterans took their positions on Cemetery Ridge, and waited as their old adversaries emerged from the woods of Seminary Ridge and started toward them again.   They converged as they had 50 years earlier at the stone wall but this time the Confederates were met with embraces of brotherly fellowship.
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These gentlemen, resting with their ladies in Devils Den at an 1886 Gettysburg Reunion, once belonged to the 2nd Rhode Island.  Their old colonel, Elisha Rhodes, stands eighth from the right.

Now I ask you, do any of these brave men, irregardless of the uniform they wore into battle, deserve to have their legacy stolen from them? Can anyone currently in our nation's capitol say that they have even come close to what these men did during the Civil War? If not then I must ask you, can you in truth support the corruption that has become second nature to our political leaders?

Can you support them in their efforts to remove the Confederate flag, and the statues of Jefferson Dave and Nathan Bedford Forest while statues of Nikolai Lenin still stand in America with protests from none of our leaders?

Didn't know about that? Come with me...

Statue of Lenin - Seattle
There is a 16 foot (5 m) bronze sculpture of Communist revolutionary Vladimir Lenin located in the Fremont neighborhood of Seattle, Washington.

And that is not the only one.

List of statues of Vladimir Lenin
United States
Las Vegas - Outside Red Square Restaurant, Mandalay Bay Hotel - Headless
Atlantic City, New Jersey - in the Tropicana Casino
New York City - on top of the Red Square apartment building, E. Houston St. in the East Village
Seattle - Fremont neighborhood (See Statue of Lenin (Seattle))

And then to add insult to injury we have militant blacks wanting to take control after a bloody race war implemented by Hussein Obama.

Breitbart ... June 24, 2015

These militant blacks find it easy to complain about what ended one hundred and fifty years ago and have no need to recall that they gained their freedom after the deaths of so very many white men on the field of battle.

And so if you are a slave master here in the U.S. and value your hide, I would suggest that you sell your slaves as soon as possible; preferably to a Muslim slave trader as neither the militant blacks, liberals, or Progressive seem to find any fault in the current Islamic practice of slave trading. Fault, it would seem, lies only with white slave masters, and America.

And then from the Islamic Religion of Peace viewpoint...

You Tube ... June 19, 2015
Farrakhan Calls For Non-Peaceful Revolution, Asks Obama To Lead A New Black Nation
This angry racist Muslim promises to keep Obama as President if he will only crush white America and all that we have ever believed in.

Much of my past writings go into the realm of what detractors dub 'Conspiracy Theories', but each day brings new evidence that there is a conspiracy to destroy this nation and those involved have their own axe to grind, choosing to ignore all but their own chosen agenda.


We hear of the feminists in their claims of the war on women, and all of their criticism is directed solely at the United States, our conservatives and Christians. That is a chosen and well directed agenda. How many rally in protest of what is happening to the women in  Muslim nations? How many gather to protest FGM and the mass murders taking place in the Middle East since Obama introduced the Arab Spring? How many have gathered to protest the statues of Lenin that adorn our nation? 

There is a line from 'The Godfather'. "Nothing personal, just business." And so it is in today's attack on our history, the Confederate Flag, and the statues of Confederate leaders...Just business!

Much of what I wrote above can also be applied to the militant blacks with their aspiration of destroying America. Slavery in this nation ended one hundred and fifty years ago but it is still rampant throughout the nations of Islam. How many blacks in America rally and call for the liberation of blacks suffering at the hands of Muslims? Haven't seen many protests along that line of thought have you? Again, 'just business' as the agenda calls only for an attack on America.

The 'Agenda' calls for all of the useful idiots to join hands in an attack on all that is and ever was America. This latest round of anti-Americanism has far less to do with the Confederate flag, than an outright assault on our history. It has far less to do with slavery than with the blatant attack on the white middle class that built this nation. It has less to do with racism than a frontal assault on the American Dream. And for these attacks to prosper all the Progressives need is an abundance of useful idiots, and they most certainly have more than their share.

The final magical ingredient is vast numbers of corrupt politicians willing to sell their souls and the future of our children. Yes, the collapse is coming and the flag, the statues, the cries of racism, are nothing more than milestones on our race to hell.

Nothing personal, just business.

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We really owe a great deal to philosophers. While they cannot always cure our problems at least many are able to define them with but a few words. One such man was Joseph de Maistre who told us, quite correctly, that "Every nation gets the government it deserves." Now you may take great umbrage at that thought believing the you do not deserve what is happening to this once great nation, but Maistre did not say that you did. He spoke not of individuals but of nations getting their just rewards, and therein lies the difference.


I have long been a staunch admirer of Ronald Reagan. That is not to say that I have agreed with him on every point that he ever made. The following Reagan quote is one such example.

I know in my heart that man is good, that what is right will always eventually triumph, and there is purpose and worth to each and every life.” 
― Ronald Reagan

Oddly enough there was a time when I believed wholeheartedly in this statement, but reality has the damndest way of waking one up to the truth, and I cannot help but believe that were Reagan alive today he would rescind those words as there are times when idealism is crushed beneath the heavy boot of oppression.


I have long written that the ultimate goal of the Globalists is to collapse, and then enslave all of western civilization. I have also stated numerous times that the gullible Islamists, illegal immigrants, and the militant blacks of this nation are no more than cannon fodder, i.e.: useful idiots, in the Globalists' quest for absolute power. Once that power has been achieved, these groups will be of no further use to the powers that be and will accordingly be eliminated once their purpose has been served. 


The United States, The UK, Germany, Holland, Spain; it matters not where you look today, political leaders have an agenda and it has absolutely nothing to do with the welfare of their people. Dismissing the concerns of their citizens and promoting Islam is the name of the political game that they play, and I believe that Obama said it best with his recent statement...


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