Flags Over Georgia
- I-75 North of Tifton, September 25, 4:00 PM
Georgia Division of the Sons of Confederate Veterans organization
(SCV) is holding a flag dedication ceremony on Saturday September
25 at 4PM. The location is at exit 71 Willis Still Road beside
Interstate Highway 75 North of Tifton Georgia. A 30'x50'
Confederate flag on a 120' pole was recently installed on private
property adjacent to I-75 and is highly visible to traffic from
Additional flags have already been
installed in Georgia and other Southern states beside major high
traffic Interstate and Federal highways. These flags are permanent
installations funded solely from private donations by SCV members
and the public.
They will serve as commemoration
flags for the 150th anniversary of the War Between the States aka
War of Northern Aggression, War For Southern Independence, or
Civil War and as a permanent "Sheet Anchor" for the U.S. Flag and
Constitution and Bill of Rights (1st 10 amendments). A sheet
anchor is defined as "something that constitutes a main support or
dependence especially in danger". Currently America is in grave
danger from Socialism and Radical Islam.
The Confederate flag represents
- Limited Constitutional Federal
- Resistance to Tyranny and
- Christian Values and Principles.
The Confederate States legally and
Constitutionally seceded from the Union with the U.S.A. just as
America seceded from England in 1776 thru 1783 (revolutionary
war). Many parallels exist.
The public is invited to attend.
Bring lawn chairs.
James W. King
Sons of Confederate Veterans Camp 141
Lt. Col. Thomas M. Nelson