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The Real Lincoln - Despot

If any are scandalized or startled at seeing Lincoln called usurper or despot, they are invited to observe that he was denounced as both by many great Republican leaders of his own day. The words in which Fremont, Wendell Phillips, Fred Douglass, and Horace Greeley, all stanchest of Republicans and Abolitionists, issued their call for the convention of Republicans that met at Cleveland, Ohio, May 31, 1864, for the sole purpose of defeating Mr. Lincoln's second election, were as follows: "The public liberty was in danger"; that its object was to arouse the people "and bring them to realize that while we are saturating Southern soil with the best blood of the country in the name of liberty, we have really parted with it at home."(1)

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74th Anniversary of 'Gone with the Wind' premiere

Gone with the Wind had its grand premiere during the Christmas Season of 1939, just 74 years after the end of the "War Between the States" and Sunday December 15, 2013 marks the 74th anniversary of that wonderful-classic movie that opens with:

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The First Thanksgiving Day - flyer

The flyer explains that the first Thanksgiving was held in Virginia two years before the Pilgrims landed in Massachusetts. It also explains when and why the fictitious story of the Pilgrim’s Thanksgiving was fabricated, and relates well-known facts about the Puritans that are always ignored when the origin of Thanksgiving is taught in schools.

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The Death of Jefferson Davis - December 6 1889

The Christmas Season of 1889, was a time of sadness in Dixie. Hundreds of thousands of people came to remember and pay their last respects to Jefferson Davis in the crescent city of New Orleans.

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Demonstration against Lindsey Graham & Southern demographic displacement

Few US politicians have been as vocal in their support of bringing in Third World immigrants and displacing the Southern people in their own land as has Senator Lindsey Graham. The South Carolina Republican has worked with New York Democrat Chuck Schumer to push amnesty for millions of illegal immigrants currently in the United States. He has accepted an award from the National Council of La Raza, a radical Hispanic organisation which promotes an anti-White agenda.

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December 4 was First Thanksgiving, in Virginia, not Plymouth

But this day of Thanksgiving is a day set aside, not the historical anniversary of the First Thanksgiving as many espouse. We have been taught that the First Thanksgiving was in Plymouth in 1621 and observed by the Pilgrims. This was a very commendable act by the Pilgrims, but it was not the first in our country.

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2013 Robert E. Lee Celebration and March

The Georgia Division will have its annual Robert E. Lee Birthday celebration once again on January 19, 2013 at the Old Capitol in Milledgeville, Ga. to celebrate the birthday of one of the world's greatest military leader.

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Maryland State Song Correct - Abraham Lincoln A Despot and A Tyrant

On this program, recorded on November 19, the date in 1863 when Abraham Lincoln delivered the "Gettysburg Address," co-host John Lofton and "Institute On The Constitution" Senior Instructor Pastor David Whitney examine and analyze Lincoln's record of despotism and tyranny. You'll hear H.L. Mencken's comment that the "Gettyburg Address" was, in effect, a lie because it was Union soldiers who fought against self-determination. Also discussed: Lincoln's racism; his anti-Christianity; and a couple of books you can order that tell the truth about "Dishonest Abe."

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The Despotism of Lincoln Conceded by Northern Authority

If any are scandalized or startled at seeing Lincoln called usurper or despot, they are invited to observe that he was denounced as both by many great Republican leaders of his own day. The words in which Fremont, Wendell Phillips, Fred Douglass, and Horace Greeley, all stanchest of Republicans and Abolitionists, issued their call for the convention of Republicans that met at Cleveland, Ohio, May 31, 1864, for the sole purpose of defeating Mr. Lincoln's second election, were as follows: "The public liberty was in danger"; that its object was to arouse the people "and bring them to realize that while we are saturating Southern soil with the best blood of the country in the name of liberty, we have really parted with it at home."(1)

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Why do totalitarians like Lincoln?

But the Spielberg Lincoln movie gets its history completely upside down. The main story line is how Lincoln supposedly utilized every bit of his political sleaziness to help get the Thirteenth Amendment through Congress. This is a fiction. It never happened, according to the preeminent Lincoln scholar of our time, Harvard University's David Donald (See page 554 of his Pulitzer prize-winning biography of Lincoln). In fact, the opposite was true: The genuine abolitionists in Congress had to use their political powers to get Lincoln to voice his support for the Thirteenth Amendment. Spielberg's movie, based on the book Team of Rivals by the confessed plagiarist Doris Kearns-Goodwin, is an extraordinarily misleading work of fiction. (See my LRC review of Goodwin's book entitled "A Plagiarist's Contribution to Lincoln Idolatry").

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Lincoln the racist

"I will say then that I am not, nor ever have been in favor of bringing about in any way the social and political equality of the white and black races, that I am not nor ever have been in favor of making voters or jurors of Negroes, nor of qualifying them to hold office, nor to intermarry with white people; and I will say in addition to this that there is a physical difference between the white and black races which I believe will for ever forbid the two races living together on terms of social and political equality. And inasmuch as they cannot so live, while they do remain together there must be the position of superior and inferior, and I as much as any other man am in favor of having the superior position assigned to the white race."

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Misteaching of history about Lincoln

Lost to almost everyone in the misteaching of history is the consequences of the North's subjugation of the South. Yes, yes we all know the evils of slavery and we're all glad for its end. And oh my, Lincoln preserved the union, for what that's worth. Today we're witnessing a full scale publicity tour to buff up old Abe's image. History Channel documentaries, big budget Hollywood feature films, Ti...me Magazine full page treatment and a sitting president who fancies himself a modern day Lincoln. HA! How appropriate that is...

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More about false history and mythology on Lincoln

The federal government is out of control. It is or is rapidily approaching economic, spiritual and cultural bankruptcy. In 1995 the author wrote an article about the county being bankrupt and was literally ridiculed. Today one has to get in line to make such a statement.

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New Movie Propagates Lincoln Historical Myths

If you are planning to see the new, Steven Spielberg directed, Lincoln movie you might want to invest in an accurate history book instead. While it is successfully dramatic, the movie rehashes several 150 year old myths about the Lincoln presidency and America's most horrible war.

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December 4 was First Thanksgiving, in Virginia, not Plymouth

But this day of Thanksgiving is a day set aside, not the historical anniversary of the First Thanksgiving as many espouse. We have been taught that the First Thanksgiving was in Plymouth in 1621 and observed by the Pilgrims. This was a very commendable act by the Pilgrims, but it was not the first in our country.

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142nd Anniversary of Gen. Lees death

General Lee died at his home at Lexington, Virginia at 9:30 AM on October 12, 1870. His last great deed came after the War Between the States when he accepted the presidency of Washington College, now Washington and Lee University. He saved the financially troubled college and helped many young people further their education.

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Lost in the 60s of Drive-in movies, catfish and Dixie

Do you remember the late Southern-American columnist, comedian and speaker Lewis Grizzard {October 20, 1946 –March 20, 1994} who made us laugh, think and proud of whom we are? There are few that write with the heart and soul of Mr. Grizzard who wrote and spoke compassionately about subjects that included the American-South.

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Old Times not forgotten in Dixie

Tennessee Senator Edward Ward Carmack said in 1903, "These Confederate soldiers were our kinfolk and our heroes." He also said, "The people of the South have the right to teach their children the true history of the War Between the States, the causes that led to it and the principles involved."

It is a matter of history that Mrs. Chas. J. Williams, of Columbus, Ga., instituted the beautiful custom of decorating soldiers' graves with flowers, a custom which has been adopted throughout the United States. Mrs. Williams was the daughter of Maj. John Howard, of Milledgeville, Ga., and was a superior woman. She married Maj. C. J. Williams on his return from the Mexican War. As colonel of the First Georgia Regulars, of the Army in Virginia, he contracted disease, from which he died in 1862, and was buried in Columbus, Ga.

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10th National Confederate Memorial Day Service - April 9

 

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Lest They Be Forgotten ... The Origin of Memorial Day

It is a matter of history that Mrs. Chas. J. Williams, of Columbus, Ga., instituted the beautiful custom of decorating soldiers' graves with flowers, a custom which has been adopted throughout the United States. Mrs. Williams was the daughter of Maj. John Howard, of Milledgeville, Ga., and was a superior woman. She married Maj. C. J. Williams on his return from the Mexican War. As colonel of the First Georgia Regulars, of the Army in Virginia, he contracted disease, from which he died in 1862, and was buried in Columbus, Ga.

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