Thursday, November 24, 2011

Classic SE: Don't Look Away

What a perfect Classic SE for Thanksgiving, which became a national holiday, in the sense of being celebrated on the same day in all the states, in 1863 by proclamation of the criminal tyrant Abraham Lincoln.

When the struggle for Southern independence was crushed by the tyrant Lincoln and his War of Northern Aggression, it was a true tragedy. But if the South ever rises again (and I've a feeling it will) it may be the answer to ending Federal control of all of our lives. There is now no longer just "fringe" talk of secession, but serious consideration of it among even elected officials, and if the Old Confederacy were to become a New Confederacy (or even a bunch of independent nations, such as a new Republic of Texas) I would move there without hesitation, just to get the yoke of Federal Government oppression off my neck. Lincoln didn't free the slaves, he just created a different kind of slave and a new and horrifying form of slavery, which we continue to suffer from to this day.

General Lee greeted by some of the heroes of the War for Southern Independence, before the battle at Gettysburg.

The Original Post: Don't Look Away (in which my copy of Huckleberry Finn uses the N word instead of the word "slave")

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