March on Atlanta

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 The March on Atlanta

Imagine shopping along Main Street of your hometown and you hear a commotion outside.   You join the other shoppers and head for the door and you see long columns of Confederate Troops stretching seemingly to the horizons.   Each of you will share in determining whether it take place!

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The story portrayed on this page has been written, not for the sake of fiction, but rather as an illustration as to what is required in order to achieve victory for the Confederate Cause.  While this story is beyond a doubt a rough depiction, it is none-the-less makes it clear that we cannot hope to win the struggle before us, without sacrifice.  The Confederate Legion was a dream, which came from my own heart, as God gave the inspiration to hope for a better day for our people and nation.  Therefore I encourage all of our Confederate Members to read this story, as well as The Family Holiday and heed the message.

 

We CANNOT WIN this struggle unless the Confederate Legion is developed into a top of the line ‘Professional Confederate Military Ceremonial Honor Guard.  An organization where every member possesses ‘military discipline’ obeys and adheres to the chain of command.  Under normal conditions an oath of allegiance would be required, but we lack the force of law, with which to compel anyone to adhere to an oath taken.  Thus we have only an individual’s sense of duty, honor and love of country!  Let me say this; as Legionnaires we must conduct ourselves as if we were in fact under an enforceable oath, doing so with zeal and devotion, or else the Confederate States of America will never gain its independence, but will be driven into extinction.
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"Victory is for those with the persistence and fortitude to resist the temptation to withdraw or whose resolve has been tempered, when conditions worsen and the cost rises; it is not for the weak hearted, nor those who are softened by the ease and comfort of a gilded cage, provided by the enemy at the cost of liberty. It is for those who continue to fight the good fight, even after others who have gone before, having faced overwhelming numbers and firepower found themselves unable to complete the mission." --- Jay Buckner.  In any case Confederate Fiction allows us to dream and envision victory; otherwise "where there is no vision, the people parish." {Proverbs 29:18}
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Sherman's March to the Sea

Yankee General William Tecumseh Sherman marched from Atlanta to the sea, now the Confederates will march to Atlanta from the sea!

It was September 1864 and General William Tecumseh Sherman’s 65,000 man Union Army had attacked and burned Atlanta Georgia, pillaging, raping and terrorizing the population.  The Confederate Armies having been overwhelmed by superior numbers and firepower roamed northern Georgia, making hit and run raids against the invaders.  It was Sherman’s hoped to coax the Confederates into an all out confrontation on the battlefield.  Having failed in this attempt he decided upon another tactic, thus on 15 November 1864 Sherman began his infamous march to the sea, which would take him to the docks of Savannah, then northward toward South Carolina.   Sherman became a war hero in the minds of his own countrymen, but from the perspective of us Confederates he is guilty of crimes against humanity and war crimes.

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General Sherman’s exploits in war go far beyond the bounds of invasion, conquest and occupation and into the realms atrocities committed merely for cruelty’s sake, by a man taking pleasure in laying waste the lives and property of a nation foreign to his own.   The Confederate people and nation was in effect driven into the sea, not literally, but the effects were the same.   It is our objective to trace the return of the Confederate Armies, thereby in effect rolling back as it were Sherman’s march to the sea.   You will read of how our Confederate Armies marched from Savannah to Atlanta in number unlike anything this continent has ever witnessed.   Join with us now as we travel through time to the year 2012 and mark the 148th year since General Sherman announced to President Abraham Lincoln that he had conquered Atlanta, as a prelude to his march to the sea.  Now the Confederate Armies will return from the sea from whence they were figuratively driven!

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War Council at Shiloh
Thursday 10 May 2012 

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It was a mild sunny day when the Confederate Legion General Staff arrived at their agreed meeting place in Savannah Tennessee, just across the river from Crump where not far down the road is the site of the Battle of Shiloh were on 6-7 April 1862 - Generals Albert Sidney Johnston and P.G.T. Beauregard faced off with General Ulysses S. Grant’s Federal Army.  The Confederate casualties were listed as 10,694 while there were 13,047 on the Union side of the battle!  The Confederate Legion General Staff choose to stay at a local motel on the east end of State Highway 64 near the edge of town; a restaurant is located near by, which when considered to together made an excellent place for a discussion on the issues.  The group would cross the river and hold the final portion of their meeting at the Shiloh Battle Field Park; this was being billed as a Council of War, howbeit a political cultural war.

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The Confederate Legion had grown enormously from those early days of April and May 2006 when the organization was launched with a little more then four hundred members.  Now it had reached an astonishing 3,000,000 active and 4,000,000 auxiliary members making it possible to easily field a million troops at any given time.  Additionally the size of the legion brought with it financial and material support large enough to where it had been possible to create a Professional Confederate Legion, which would surely make President Davis proud, were he alive today.  The organization was no longer a loose conglomeration of ‘good ole boys’ or ‘ good ole girls’ who would make a showing whenever the spirit moved and may or may not adhere to the chain of command.  These were professional legionnaires in ever respect; their discipline, appearance and performance ranked them among the best on earth.

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The Confederate Legion had marched in parades and participated in ceremonies and conventions in a variety of places, but they had never truly demonstrated their power of numbers and spectacle.  The General Staff now consisted of a Chief of Staff holding the rank of General of the Army {Four Stars} with a General {four Stars} in Command of the Confederate Legion Army, Marine Corps and Air Corps; a real Admiral {four stars} commanded the Confederate Legion Navy.  A General {four stars} having his own General Staff commanded each of the individual States!  The Confederate Legion had achieved far more then numbers and organization; these legionnaires were loyal Confederate Patriots, prepared to go the last mile of the way for the Cause.  However, as loyal as they were, they were restless and eager to make their presence known; therefore the time had come for the General Staff to exercise their power.

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A series of meetings were held on 10 and 11 May, with the final phase of the discussion-taking place as they walked across the Shiloh Battle Field; ideas, strategies and proposals were passed back and forth, in an atmosphere of persistent determination.  The 7,000,000 men Confederate Legion, not counting women and children had four branches of the military represented and these were not empty titles; each of these men of Star Rank commanded much larger numbers then their U.S. Armed Forces Counter-parts.  It was the middle of the afternoon of Friday 11 May that the decision was made; the Confederate Legion would stage a march from Savannah to Atlanta Georgia, retracing in reverse the approximate course of General William Tecumseh Sherman’s infamous March to the Sea.  The Legion would schedule its march so as to arrive on the 148th anniversary of the Fall of Atlanta, estimated to be a fifteen-day march.

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The General Staff returned to the motel and made the final plans over the evening meal at the nearby restaurant; upon their return home the details would be worked out through their lawyers as well as State Operations Department in Atlanta.  The meeting covered more the arrangements for a march inland from the sea, also on the table of activities was a thirteen ship fleet being constructed in England for the Confederate Legion Navy.  These ships would be the largest of their class ever, built of an alloy material as hard as steel, in many ways imitating real wood but never weakening when subject to extremes of heat and cold.  These ships would be named after the original 13 member States of the Confederacy with the flagship being the CSS Virginia.  While these are sailing ships, they also had modern turbine engine, the finest navigation and communications equipment and these ships were computerized, howbeit much of it camouflaged.

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Already nearly a dozen nations had invited the Confederate Legion Fleet to make a port of call while at the same time contributions were coming in to finance such an extended voyage.  The Confederate Legion was already been in receipt of 7 of the 13 ships, of which the mass media was calling the Confederate Fleet; they were being used as training vessels for the would eventually be a new Navy.  However the issue of possible piracy on the high seas was being considered out of which came rumors that these ships were carrying special high tech weapons, rumors which were thrown off as just that, rumors.  Some held these unsubstantiated weapons to be very special high tech anti-terrorist munitions to be used for striking at the heart of terrorism before the Confederacy ever truly gained its independence.  The Confederate Legion did not attempt to either deny or confirm these stories, but tended to let them stand or fall on their own merit.

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Nonetheless most would agree, much more is likely taking place behind the scenes then is commonly known, since there are those people seeking to destroy the Confederate Cause long before the Confederacy can gain its liberation.  In any case the Confederate Legion was already to large, widely known, having to many friends and allies to allow itself to roam around the world’s oceans undefended; how that was achieved was not open to public discussion.  Any necessary defensive arrangements were made through proper legal channels, therefore serious trouble was not anticipated.  The Confederate Legion Navy in any case is a type of Confederate States good will fleet, making ports of call at locations where the U.S. Navy itself would not be welcome.  It should not be considered strange if the federals found it to their advantage if they were to strike a secret deal, if it suited their needs.

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Plans Confirmed

Saturday 7 July 2012

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The May conference in Savannah Tennessee began to bear fruit when the final legal arrangements were made and the necessary paperwork filed with the State of Georgia, the Cities of Atlanta and Savannah as well as several municipalities along the scheduled parade route.  Permits were granted for the march to begin on 19 August with an anticipated arrival date of 2 September in Atlanta.  There was a great reluctance on the part of the officials concerned in authorizing a march of the size of which the legion was proposing; such a march had never taken place on such a grand scale.  However, the size and influence of the Confederate Legion, plus the detailed plans it provided when making application, swayed those in authority to grant the permit for the march.  A combined meeting of the national Confederate Legion General Staff as well as the General Staff of Georgia as well as with the State Chiefs of Staff of those States sending legionnaires to participate.  The top brass met in a quiet humble motel in southeastern Atlanta, having suitable conference space located nearby, holding a series of meetings over a two-day period of 7 and 8 July, as well achieving the purpose of inspecting the entry route and ultimate destination for the grand entry into Atlanta.

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One of a few remaining mom and pop restaurants still open in the area having received news, that a million Confederate troops would pass by their establishment, only added to a general recognition of the Chief of Staff of the Confederate Legion as a result of his having appeared on several television interviews.  The restaurant owner therefore decided to invite them to hold their meeting at the restaurant!  It was on the second day of the meetings, the afternoon of Sunday 8 July that a surprise visitor dropped in on the conference.  They were plainly dressed gentlemen but the Confederate Lawyer, who was present, recognized them as being from the State Department in Washington.  The Lawyer and Chief Staff excused themselves from the table upon the approach of the two men; “Is there a more private locate where we might discuss a few items?”  The owner of the restaurant overhearing them stepped forward, apologizing for the interrupting, and then offering a back room, which should prove to be suitable for the purpose.  The four men followed the owner into the back room, and then departed, closing the door behind him!

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The door to the main section of the restaurant being closed, the Confederate Lawyer known here simply as Bob, called the lead State Department Representative by name; “Why have you come here George and don’t tell me it’s the outstanding Southern Cuisine found here in the suburbs of Atlanta?  Have these people violated some Federal Law or Regulation or have they merely hurt someone’s feelings?”  George replied very strongly and said; “No Bob, they have not violated any laws or regulations that I am aware of, and I am here only to express the governments deep concern.”  Concern for what; “If this march takes place, many foreign nations will believe the United States is no longer the dominant power within its own borders.  After all the Confederate Legion has more members in uniform then the entire United States Military establishment, and their influence is growing, even as we speak.”  The Chief of Staff, referred to here as General Jeffery Towers, broke into the conversation.

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“Mr., may I also call you George; it is very interesting indeed that the United States Government finds itself facing the possibility of becoming a pharaoh among nations.  However, the Confederate Legion has thus far conducted its business in a completely lawful and peaceful manner; we depend upon the support of ‘we the people’ for the fulfillment our objectives.  In planning this march, it has cost us substantially, as I am sure you must be aware, for the parade permits, security deposits as well as the extra law enforcement officers needed for a project of this magnitude.  Nonetheless, the United States didn’t seem so concerned when it invaded, conqueror and lay waste the Confederate States of America.  Perhaps the scriptures were abandoned far to quickly; particularly where it says, “Do unto others as you would have them do unto you.”  You people have lived by the sword, is it possible you are now about to stumble and fall upon your own?"

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After having sought to drive everything Confederate and Southern into extinction, in the process you just might have written your own epitaph.”  Bob looked directly at his old acquaintance; “I couldn’t have said it better myself; have a good day George.”  The four men departed the back room and the gentlemen from the State Department continued through the restaurant toward the front door and disappeared.  The General Towers and the Lawyer returned to their table and rejoined the others, finishing last minute details for the march.  The group visited the Cyclorama Historical Park not far away, before returning to the motel where they would communicate with the other members of the State Chiefs of Staff.  The legal details having been worked out both in Savannah and in Atlanta, as well as all along the approximately 256 mile route which would likely be seen by a billion or more people around the world.

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Thursday

19 July 2012

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General Towers ordered that in carrying out Operation Return from the Sea, abbreviated {O.R.S.} that Legionnaires participating in the march would constitute roughly 66 divisions of 15,000 each, plus the officers’ corps making slightly more then 1,000,000 troops.  The Legion would be divided into Armies of approximately 100,000 each under the Command of an officer of Star Rank.  The Chief of Staff of Georgia along with the Operations Chiefs, both national as well as from the State of Georgia will arrive in Savannah on Wednesday evening 18 July and make final arrangements for the march through the city leading to Highway 16 then toward Highway 75 and northward to Atlanta.

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It was obvious that while our Legionnaires were ordered to exercise and get in shape physically, nearly a year earlier in anticipation of any potential march, still most were soft city dwellers.  Therefore the General Staff of Georgia recommended and General Towers approved that the million troops would be divided into relays at regular intervals along route of the march.  Plus there would be trained medical personal available to intercede immediately should anyone find themselves needing their assistance.  Diabetics, those needing dialysis as well as anyone on regular medication for a preexisting condition were advised not to participate, but to hold off for a march of shorter distance.

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It was decided these relays would result in the entire 1,000,000 men in gray encircling Atlanta using open areas near entrances and exits to and from the Beltway itself for a staging area.  Landowners and volunteers were already contacting the Confederate Legion all along the way offering whatever assistance needed.  Therefore relay convoys were arranged to taxi troops from their relief points along Highways 16 and 75 to their respective staging areas near the Beltway.  While the last phase of the operations was being checked and rechecked in order to ensure every contingent was covered, there was a firestorm brewing in Washington.
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Saturday

4 August 2012

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As a result of the 2010 Elections the Democrats had retained a technical edge over their Republican counterparts in Congress, but that was not the whole story.  Confederates running as independents as well as those of both political parties had proven successful in winning enough seats in both the House and Senate, so as to deny either major party a majority.  When added to the fact that Confederates now held a majority in both houses of all thirteen Southern States, as well as New Mexico, Arizona and Oklahoma.  Additionally there is sizeable sympathy support from a number of mid-western States as well as in a few New England States.

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Therefore, these collectively Confederate now held a majority among the States, as well as a working majority in both Houses of the Federal Congress.  When the President called the Congressional Leaders of the House and Senate for a strategy conference at the Whitehouse, these very Confederates were sitting across the table from him.  Even worse from his perspective, they held a veto proof majority, and any attempt by the Federal Courts to intervene would likely end in a Constitutional Convention, or at the very least a Nullification Vote by more then half the States.  These Confederates, whom thought defeated approximately 148 years ago, have returned stronger and more numerous.

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While July was turning into August, the Mayors of Atlanta, Savannah and several in between were busy over cell phones seeking a way out of the situation.  Under normal conditions no organization would be permitted to tie down Freeway traffic, let along shutting down every city though, which they passed.  The conflict was between the enormous financial gains, massive Confederate support among the people and current laws.  The Confederate Legion had consulted with every possible law enforcement agency and had obeyed their injunctions.  Still those politicians opposing the Confederate Cause found themselves seeking other employment outside the political arena.

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Friday

10 August 2012 
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As morning dawned on Friday morning 10 August, every possible roadblock had been considered, both in Washington and in the State of Georgia.  But even the Governor, who had signed a number of bills favoring the Confederate Cause, knew that just as before, it just wasn’t possible.  Any attempt to stop this march, would only manage to strength their hand!  He realized this as he approached the front entrance to the Statehouse around mid-morning; atop the building he observed the Blood Stained Banner of the Confederacy as well as the former Georgia State Flag, containing the Battle Flag Emblem.

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Many States outside the South flew the Confederate Legion Flag on the lawn of their main entrance as an open sign of support by those States not having actually joined the Confederate Cause as such.  In any case bureaucrats, whether Federal, State or local, could no doubt read the handwriting on the wall and knew, with the Elections only three months away, the power was now in the hands of the Confederates.  In a seemingly odd statement made by Major Jesse Johnston of Atlanta to Governor Martin Kingston he stated: The Confederate Legion is not only enormous in size, but also well trained and disciplined as a military type organization.

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The larger percentage of them is Armed Forces Veterans; the remainder has had survival training.  While the Legion has never expressed the inclination, they could very easily turn that talent and training into the most formidable Armed Force on earth, given their numbers.”  None-the-less mass media journalist began pouring into the State of Georgia from around the world; to such a degree it was likely we’d soon have as many journalists as Confederate Legionnaires.  It appeared the Confederate March inland from the Sea had become the worst kept secret and every nation and people on earth surely knew by now, its implications.

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Saturday

1 September 2012

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The strategy for carrying out the March from the Sea in addition to the contingency plans for any unforeseen circumstance, which may arise along the way, was beginning to pay off in a big way.  General Towers and his General Staff arrived in Savannah on 18 August for the initial launch, as the first of the ten Confederate Legion Armies wound their way through the city, then leaving the remainder to the Commanders of the various Armies, the Founder, Chief of Staff and the General Staff then departed in order to coordinate other aspects of the march.  Once on the outskirts of the Savannah convoys moving in a circular formation dropped off replacements and picked up those, which were being relieved.

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Massive crowds assembled along the parade route through Savannah and even larger numbers assembled along Highways 16 and 75, particular in the areas where relief troops were provided.  However no one could have anticipated the events, which were to unfold as our Confederate Legionnaires marched toward Atlanta.  In Savannah a new Staff Car had been presented to the Founder and the national General Staff, having the Confederate States Great Seal on each of the front doors, the Confederate States National and the Confederate Legion Flag on its forward corners.  As various Confederate Legion Armies were relieved and continued the march, even more startling events began to unfold.

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As the Legion march under the various overpasses flower peddles and confetti rained down upon the Legionnaires, while at the same time large Confederate States National and Battle Flags were draped over the rails.  It was apparent that a deep and abiding memory of the Old South and the Confederacy had sprung forth, to the point of overflowing.  The most visible symbols of that collective memory has obviously been those long columns of men in gray.  How many actually dreamed of the day they’d actually them return; but then it was considered impossible, so the thought was suppressed.  However now their beloved Confederate Armies were returning in the form of the Confederate Legion and the entire world would see what was taking place.

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Sunday

2 September 2012

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On the evening of 1 September all Legionnaires were ordered to turn in early, for the next day would proved to be an exciting but bone weary experience.  The weather had been beautiful on the morning of Sunday 2 September when the Confederate Legion crossed into Atlanta and the ten Armies of the Confederate Legion circled their way around the Beltway and into the city.  Somehow even at first light the massive crowds were already lining the parade route, standing room only remaining.  The Flag Companies must have sold millions of Flags in Georgia alone, since seeming every second person was waving some version of the Confederate Flag and they were all present; 1st, 2nd and third National, Navy Jack, Battle Flag and Bonnie Blue, along with a good variety of the various State Flags.

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At the Whitehouse the President was up early watching the spectacle in Georgia, while attending a breakfast with a number of his Administrative Advisors, as well as several Congressional Leaders.  A Mr. Jack Simpson, Presidential Security Advisor, looked at what was taking place, then boldly addressed the Presidents concerns.  Mr. President, I feel it is my job to tell you the absolute truth; I’d stop calling them merely the Southern States.  The pendulum has shifted and they have returned to being the Confederate States of America, lacking only a formal proclamation.  The world is watching; should we to use force to mandate their presence in the Union; we’d become a pariah among nations.

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Meanwhile back in Atlanta the Confederate Legion inched closer to the area of the Statehouse with every passing moment and the Founder and his Chiefs of Staff riding in their new Staff Car arrived and took their place on the Capital Steps.  Naturally a police escort was required in order to assure their arrival without incident!  The Governor and Mayor were invited to stand nearby, even though they had only reluctantly offered their support for the growing Confederate Cause.  This was a case of Confederates honoring the office in which these men served, knowing they’d both be replaced as a result of the upcoming elections.

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The official delegation had no sooner gotten into position and their limousines drove away, when the lead elements of the Confederate Legion could be sighted in the distance.  Even while they were half a mile away or more the crowds could be heard cheering and the roads soon covered with confetti and flower peddles.  Maybe the Governor and Mayor had not previously offer their wholehearted support, but they could count both the votes as well as the money these crowds represented.  The Confederate Legion had managed to garner plenty enough of both, sufficient to have brought the Confederacy back to power, while at the same time adding a whole new definition to the term ‘none violent protest.'

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These Legionnaires where no corps of ‘good ole boys’ but professional Military Men in the truest sense, there uniforms were beyond a doubt the sharpest and the precision of their marching was excellent beyond words.  Their Legionnaire boots clicking on the pavement in unison were so numerous it sounded like unto rolling claps of thunder.  In their approach they spotted a Confederate Patriot in a wheel chair positioned near the curb.  An elderly man who was the great-great grandson of a solder who died defending Atlanta from Sherman’s onslaught, was positioned approximately a quarter mile away.

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The Old Patriot asked two gentleman standing nearby if they’d please lift him to his feet, so he could salute both the Confederate Colors as well as our Men in Gray while they passed.  The lead Commander spotted what was taking place and ordered his troops to give ‘eyes right’ and saluted the elderly gentleman.  The old man wept openly, and standers by later quoted him as saying; “I never expected it would happen in my lifetime, no sir, not while I live.” As the Confederate Legion passed the Governor, Mayor and the General Staff stood and returned their salutes.

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The Close of Occupation

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It was not possible to remain in place all through the day while so many passed in review, so alternates stood watch, saluting the lead commanders of each Confederate Army as their Army passed in review.  The Governor and Mayor held a conference inside the Statehouse wherein General Towers made his position clear.  Gentlemen, I am not here to negotiate terms, or to plead our case, that has already taken place on former battlefields and on the streets during these past 14 days.  However I will say that had you read the truths of history rather then to merely accept the revised version offered by those who would have driven us into extinction, you would have known this day was foreordained.

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President Jefferson Davis gave warning when he addressed the Mississippi Legislature 16 years after the end of hostilities; "The contest is not over, the strife is not ended. It has only entered upon a new and enlarged arena."  Is it possible you ignored him, thought he was lying or that he merely begrudging the loss of the war?  Does the quotation ‘WE SHALL RETURN’ sound a bell with you traitors to the cause?  The ‘Union’ was previously given a most precious opportunity; they could have provided an example to the entire world, by allowing the Southern States to depart in peace, but instead the way of the tyrant was chosen.

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Your only thought was not principle but simply to remain in office, while some measure of support was offered, in the process you have lost both principle as well as your office.  Since both your major political parties have managed to all but lock out any true third party, thereby perpetuating a rigged political system, both your political parties will be closed out of the coming elections.  There shall be open elections for the first time since 1865 and before!  You Governor will resign from office this very day; your Lieutenant Governor will be sworn into office immediately, since he is one of our own.  How did we manage to achieve victory you ask, it is simple; we offered to lighten the burden of government upon the people.

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Wednesday

7 November 2012

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The Confederate Legion march was rerun over and over until it was estimated that half the world’s population viewed some or all of the March from the Sea.  Historic documentaries also played over most networks describing General Sherman’s March to the Sea, which spawned a favorable Confederate reaction by the people.  However the march had also altered the political landscape by causing that Confederates swept the 6 November elections bringing into an overwhelming majority into power in all 13 rightfully member States of the Confederacy, as well as in Arizona, New Mexico and Oklahoma.  West Virginia voted into office for the first time ever, a working Confederate majority!

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The ultimate effect was that the stage was now set for 37 States to leave the Union, 13 of which would do so by issuing a Proclamation of Independence, based upon the legal concept that force having been used to rescind the original Articles of Secession.  Therefore the very process of rescinding had been compromised, causing occupation to be the true status of the Confederacy.  There would be 24 other States, which would eventually issue Articles of Secession, and the remaining 13 would revert back the Grand Ole Republic, thereby restoring State Sovereignty within a Voluntary Republic of Sovereign States.

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None-the-less the exodus, which had begun nearly a year earlier continued until the liberals and civil rights terrorists were gone.  The Confederate States of America was now well on the way to liberation and would eventually restore its government through special elections to be arranged for that purpose.  The new Confederates Elect, as they were known, have already begun scheduling their first conference, whereby plans would be forged to move ahead with advancing the Confederate Cause, once the inaugurations have taken place.

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On the agenda were many things but among issues to be resolved was restoring the governance over all domestic affairs to the individual States, this included such topics as abortion, restoring the Almighty God in Christ Jesus, the Holy Scripture and Prayer to the schools and ending affirmative as well as disbanding the A.C.L.U., Southern Poverty Law Center and other such bigoted organizations.  The history, heritage, culture and nationhood of the Confederacy and the South, would now be celebrated and taught throughout a free and independent Confederate States of America.

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God save the Confederacy
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"The principle for which we contend is bound to reassert it's self, though it may be at another time and in another form." --- President Jefferson Davis.  The Confederate Legion is that other form and we now live in that other time spoken of by President Davis.  You are therefore urged to join and help make it happen; let their be a new birth of freedom and self government, in a free and independent Confederate States of America.

 

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