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Monthly Archives: April 2010

Palmetto Patriot: What’s Going On In Dixie (27 April 2010)

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True Racism And Hate

Every day whites, especially Southern whites, are viscously attacked and accused of racism and violence.  Well, watch this video; the only racism and violence you see isn’t coming from any white person.  When is the truth going to finally be told.  How much longer until whites stand up for themselves and demand to be treated equally.  The honest truth is that whites are discriminated against every day in this country and don’t even think about being a minority who supports the rule of law and traditional American values.

If it wasn’t for the cameras and the rather large white man standing next to her this brave woman, no doubt, would have had her life in jeopardy.  Thankfully, for her, unlike the lies portrayed in the media, it is conservative whites who are welcoming to anyone who shares our moral values. 

 

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HARVARD CONFEDERATE MEMORIAL INITIATIVE

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Posted by on April 24, 2010 in heritage, Uncategorized

 

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Ron Paul On Hardball

 
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Posted by on April 23, 2010 in Uncategorized

 

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Lew Rockwell On Freedom Watch

 
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Posted by on April 23, 2010 in Crime

 

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Confederate Heritage Month – Minutes 16 – 20

by Calvin Johnson

Day – 16 Confederate Heritage Month Minute John Stith Permberton, the inventor of Coca Cola, fought for the Confederacy during the War Between the States. Pemberton rose to the rank of Lieutenant Colonel in the 3rd Georgia Cavalry at the end of the war.

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Day – 17 Confederate Heritage Month Minute On July 5, 1864, Union General Garrards’s Cavalry reached Roswell, Georgia and finding it undefended, occupied the city. General Gerrard reported to General William T. Sherman on July 6, 1864….”there were fine factories here. I had the building burnt, all were burnt.” The cotton factory was working up to the time of it’s destruction, some 400 women being employed.

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Day – 18 Confederate Heritage Month Minute These words are from a LP recording by Mrs. Roz Bowie, an African American women, who made a recording called, “Take Me Home (The Ballad of the Unkown Confederate soldier).” This song is included on Mrs. Bowie’s album called “Dixie.”

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Day – 19 Confederate Heritage Month Minute Jefferson Davis, who would become the first and only President of the Confederate States of America, was a strong Unionist and also a strong defender of the United States Constitution. Our Founding Fathers believed in the sovereignty of the states and so did Jefferson Davis.

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Day – 20 Confederate Heritage Month Minute This story is about the Heroes of “Dixie” who are Commemorated during Confederate History and Heritage Month in April; proclamations are to be signed by Governors, Mayors and County Commissioners in their remembrance and honor.

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April 20 Confederate Heritage Month – Minutes 16 – 20
April 17 Lest They Be Forgotten …
April 15 Jefferson and Nullification
April 15 Confederate Heritage Month – Minutes 11 – 15
April 14 Confederate Heritage Month – Minutes
April 2 Confederate Heritage Month – Minutes
April 1 Jefferson and Nullification
March 27 What is States’ Rights? Part 3.
March 24 The 9th Annual National Confederate Memorial Service at Stone Mountain Park
March 9 Confederate History and Heritage Month 2010
March 8 Southern Patriot or Nationalist Mercenary?
March 8 Gen. Patrick R. Cleburne—Stonewall Jackson of the West
February 25 Obama Threatening to Pass Anti-gun Health Care by Cheating
February 24 Withdraw Consent
February 20 What is States’ Rights? Part 2.
February 20 I’d Climb the Highest Mountain
February 16 Alabama Secession Day Commemoration
February 13 A Forgotten Story for Black History Month
February 10 We Hold These Truths…More Than Ever
February 7 What is States’ Rights?

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William Gheen: Revolution Now America! Houston We Have An Illegal Immigration Problem

Nice, no political correctness, for once.  We need more of that.  The truth is, Southerners are being killed and our culture is disappearing due to the massive illegal immigration problem.  Bush may have liked to say that family values don’t stop at the Rio Grande, but Southern tradition does.  Why should we sit by as our culture is destroyed so that another culture can claim the land our forefathers fought for?  It is time the states secure their own borders and protect their citizens.  Because if you are waiting for help from DC, it is never coming.

 

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Judge Napolitano On The Alex Jones Show

This is an absolutely great video.

 
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Posted by on April 18, 2010 in States Rights, True History

 

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Confederate Heritage Month – Minutes 11 – 15

by Calvin Johnson

Day – 11 Confederate Heritage Month Minute Richard R. Kirkland was the fifth son of John and Mary Vaughn Kirkland. He was born near Flat Rock, Kershaw District, South Carolina in August 1843. His parents were worthy people whose patriotic roots went back to the Revolutionary War. It is written that the Kirkland’s sent four sons to fight for South Carolina during the War Between the States.

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Day – 12 Confederate Heritage Month Minute At Hermann Park in Houston, Texas is a monument to man who is called interesting to Texas history. It has been a hundred years since the people of Houston, Texas honored Major W. (Dick) Dowling with a 8 foot Italian Marble Statue.

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Day – 13 Confederate Heritage Month Minute Our school children should know about Santos Benavides who was born on November 1, 1823, in Loredo, Texas. Benavides was an descendant of Tomas Sanchez de la Barrera y Garza , who founded the city of Loredo. Benavides was the highest ranking Mexican-American soldier to serve in the Confederate States of America military. He served as captain of the 33rd Texas Cavalry, which was also known as Benavides’ Regiment, before he was promoted to Colonel in 1863.

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Day – 14 Confederate Heritage Month Minute On August 10, 1905, Amos Rucker, a ex-Confederate soldier and proud member of the United Confederate Veterans, died in Atlanta, Georgia. His friends of the UCV had previously bought a grave site and marker for he and his wife Martha who had limited income. Amos Rucker was one of many thousands of Black Southerners who fought for the South during the War Between the States.

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Day – 15 Confederate Heritage Month Minute Robert E. Lee, a man whose military tactics have been studied world wide, was an American soldier, educator, Christian gentlemen, husband and father.

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Updates

Augusta, Confederate Memorial Day Service – April 17 THIS SERVICE IS IN HONOR OF THE BRAVE CONFEDERATE AMERICANS IN

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Whitfield County Confederate Memorial Service – April 24 April 24: 2:00 pm Whitfield County Confederate Memorial Day Service at the Dalton Confederate Cemetery, speaker to be announced.

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 Murray County – Confederate Memorial Day – April 17 April 17: 10:00 am Murray County Confederate Memorial Day Service at New Prospect Church Cemetery on Hwy 225 south of Spring Place, guest speaker is Martha Locke, former preside nt of the Georgia Division of the United Daughters of the Confederacy

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Day – 15 Confederate Heritage Month Minute Robert E. Lee, a man whose military tactics have been studied world wide, was an American soldier, educator, Christian gentlemen, husband and father.

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Day – 16 Confederate Heritage Month Minute John Stith Permberton, the inventor of Coca Cola, fought for the Confederacy during the War Between the States. Pemberton rose to the rank of Lieutenant Colonel in the 3rd Georgia Cavalry at the end of the war.

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Confederate Heritage Month – Minutes 6 – 10

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Day – 6 Confederate Heritage Month Minute The use of men and women in intelligence operations has always been vital to national security. It is important to know what others are doing. 
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Day – 7 Confederate Heritage Month Minute Like the American soldier who is doing his duty, today, in Iraq and around the world, so did the legendary Sam Davis. Sam Davis, born on 1845 in Smyrna, Tennessee, is called the boy Hero of the Confederacy. He served as a private in the 1st Tennessee Infantry under Captain Coleman. Coleman’s scouts gathered information about Union Forces moving from middle Tennessee toward Chattanooga. 
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Day – 8 Confederate Heritage Month Minute Confederate Brigadier General Augustus Kirk Zollicoffer of Kentucky (1812-1862) was a descendant of a family from Altinklingen in Switzerland (Castle Maerstetten in Kanton Thargau.) General Zollicoffer was killed at the Battle of Mill Springs in 1862 during the War Between the States. 
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Day – 9 Confederate Heritage Month Minute Kate Cumming was a remarkable woman. Born in Edinburgh, England, in 1835, her family first made their move to Montreal Canada. They would move next to Mobile, Alabama, where Kate,as young woman, quickly adopted to the Southern way of life. It has been written that Cumming was intelligent and courageous in all she did. Kate did not support secession, but, when the South was invaded, she was quick to criticize the actions of Union President Abraham Lincoln. She became a strong supporter of the Confederate cause and looked down at those Southerners who were less patriotic. She believed that every able bodied man and woman should do whatever they could for the South. 
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Day – 10 Confederate Heritage Month Minute Captain Henry Wirz was born, Hartman Heinrich Wirz in November 1823, in Zurich, Switzerland where his father, Abraham Wirz was highly respected. 
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Updates

Cassville SCV Memorial – April 17 The Cassville SCV Memorial service in April 17th at 10:00 am Speaker will be Tray Gaines. Directions I-75, exit 295, Cassville-White Road, located about 7 miles north of Cartersville off US Highway 41 to Cassville Road.  
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Newnan & Coweta County – April 17The Sons of Confederate Veteran Camps of Newnan and Coweta County would like to invite the public to a Confederate Memorial Service Saturday, April 17th at 10 A.M. in the Confederate section of Oak Hill Cemetery on Bullsboro Drive in Newnan.  
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Day – 14 Confederate Heritage Month Minute On August 10 , 1905, Amos Rucker, a ex-Confederate soldier and proud member of the United Confederate Veterans, died in Atlanta, Georgia. His friends of the UCV had previously bought a grave site and marker for he and his wife Martha who had limited income. Amos Rucker was one of many thousands of Black Southerners who fought for the South during the War Between the States. 
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Kennesaw Chapter No. 241 UDC – April 25 The Kenn esaw Chapter No. 241 United Daughters of the Confederacy invite all to participate in their Annual Confederate Memorial Day Service to take place on Sunday, April 25, starting a 2 PM at the Confederate Cemetery in Marietta, Georgia. 
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Lt. Col. William Luffman Camp # 938 – April 17 The Lt. Col. William Luffman Camp # 938 will be holding our annual Confederate Memorial Day Service at New Prospect Bapt ist Church Cemetery this coming Saturday, April 17, at 10:00 a.m. Our speaker will be Martha Locke, past Georgia Division President of the United Daughters of the Confederacy. 
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Posted by on April 15, 2010 in Georgia, South, States Rights, True History

 

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Freedom Watch: Restoring Constitutional Governance

 
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Posted by on April 14, 2010 in States Rights

 

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The Vermont Secession Movement

The Vermont Secession Movement.

The above video is a must watch; Judge Napolitano talking about secession.

 
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Posted by on April 14, 2010 in States Rights

 

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