Thursday, June 29, 2017

Dixie-cide


Modern progressives are just as evil in their bloodlust against the South as were William Tecumseh Sherman and Philip Sheridan. Today’s leftists may not yet be waging the shock-and-awe total warfare that the Union generals inflicted upon Southern civilians (whites and blacks alike) and their dwellings, businesses, churches, infrastructure, and food supply, but their aim is still the same: to have the Southern tradition and her people “annihilated and destroyed.”

“The government of the U.S. has any and all rights which they choose to enforce in war – to take their lives, their homes, their land, their everything,” Sherman wrote in 1864. “War is simply power unrestrained by the Constitution or compact … to the petulant and persistent secessionists, why, death is mercy, and the quicker he or she is disposed of the better.”

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  1. What Gen. Sherman wrote can be summed up in just one word: Evil. By the way, Gen Sherman is a traitor. To state that certain actions can be taken "unrestrained by the Constitution or compact" is treason and depravity. If awards, honors and promotions can be given posthumously then the reverse ought to be applicable. Were it my power to do so, I would have Gen. Sherman tried for treason and dereliction of duty as commissioned officer. Punishment would be reduction is rank to private E-1 and a dishonorable discharge. I see no difference between what that vile man supports and all the other government monsters who believe the ends justify the means and the government is god. By his logic, there is so such thing as a war crime.

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    1. I see no difference between what that vile man supports and all the other government monsters who believe the ends justify the means and the government is god. By his logic, there is so such thing as a war crime.

      As long as you have the power.

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  2. I spit on the floor everytime someone utters Sherman's name.......big family tradition for century plus now.

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