Principles of the Cause
"In the modern context of the 21st century!"
'The following are 22 fundamental principles are posted for believers and advocates of the Confederate Cause, and which must be pursued verdantly in behalf of the Confederate Cause. Many more items could be listed, but these are felt to be of supreme importance!' The enumerated articles posted below serve not as a complete list, but as minimum standards for all Confederates and are of value only, if they are made known boldly, and in no uncertain terms. Our people cannot regain the lost liberties if they campaign speak in soft and uncertain tones.
The positions described below must, for the sake of the Confederate Cause, apply to every believer and advocate of the Confederate Cause, so long as our nation remains under occupation. The world must know precisely who we are and what we intend, while we strive to regain our liberties, as such use these issues to draw attention to the Confederate Cause. Therefore these articles are not possibilities, but the realities in the real world of the 21st century, as we stand in behalf of the Confederate States of America.
Any individual claiming the mantel of a traditional, historic Southerner and Confederate, who cannot or will not boldly and publicly stand upon these principles, casts serious doubt upon themselves, as to their devotion to the Confederate Cause. Their effectiveness normally lasts only so long as they can post online, but rarely extends into the realms of action, where their loyalty would be tested.
''The contest is not over, the strife is not ended. It has only entered upon a new and
enlarged arena.'' --- President Jefferson Davis, address to the Mississippi Legislature 1881.
The Confederate States of America, having never been freely and constitutionally dissolved, remains a separate and viable nation.
The Confederate States Constitution, having never been rescinded in like manor of its creation and ratification, remains in effect.
The banners, symbols and monuments representing the Antebellum South or the Confederacy, stand supreme above those of other nations and international entities, within the borders of the Confederate States.
The banners, symbols and monuments of the Old South and the Confederacy, shall not be altered, replaced or terminated, without the consent of free citizens, in a liberated, independent and restored Confederacy.
The Articles of Secession of the Southern States and territories, as well as the official dates thereof, remain in effect, having been previously rescinded as result the aggressive us of force.
The Confederate States Citizens retain those inalienable rights, given of Almighty God in creation, to seek the liberation and independence of their country.
Every human being is precious, and possesses an inalienable right to life, as given of Almighty God, both born and unborn. Such life shall not be taken, except as a result of a conviction and penalty for crimes, under due process of law. This does not occur in the case of abortion!
The history, heritage and culture of the Southern People, as related to the Old South and the Confederacy, are our right of collective inheritance. Cultural genocide and cleansing, for the purpose of dissolving, destroying or driving a culture into extinction, constitutes a crime against humanity.
The doctrine of 'Separation of Church and State' stands as a cliché, taken out of context, and holding no validity under any constitution, or law. This cliché stands as a weapon again 'freedom OF religion' in order to institute 'freedom FROM religion.' The Confederate States of America stands for 'Freedom OF Religion!
The power of any judiciary is limited to those powers specifically enumerated in the State or Federal Constitution, as applicable. Over turning the sovereign powers of the individual States, are not among those powers so enumerated.
The family as described in the Holy Scriptures, consisting of a lifetime marriage between a man and woman is sacred, and stands as the only way to maintain a moral, just and honorable society.
Homosexuality is a violation of the moral laws of Almighty God, as laid down in the Holy Scriptures, and can not be condoned in a just and honorable society.
The education of children, is the prerogative of the natural parents or in their absence, their legal guardian, it is not the prerogative of government.
Charity is honorable and desirable, when instituted by individuals, churches, synagogues and private institutions. When government uses charity for the forcible transfer of wealth between individuals, it is called tyranny.
The federal government should be prohibited form enumerating the population by race, or from engaging in the violation of the rights of one group in favor of another, through racial preference or affirmation action programs. Therefore all citizens must be treated equally and without preference!
The armed forces of the sovereign individual States, should not be federalized, except for the cause of a Declaration of War or threat of imminent attack, and then only for the duration. An international police action or treaty enforcement does not meet this description!
Government actions carried out during the occupation and subjugation of the Confederacy, shall be subject to immediate termination upon the liberation and independence of the Confederate States of America, and shall not be considered valid.
Public or private property destroyed, stolen, confiscated or purchased without voluntary consent shall be returned to their proper owners. Where this is no longer possible due to its destruction or consumption, the value of said property shall be reimbursed. Reimbursement shall be expressed in current monetary values with interest for usury during the prolonged occupation.
Reparations are owed the individual citizens of the Confederacy, as well as the Confederate States of America collectively, as a separate and distinct nation. Merely paying an agreed upon sum while the member States and territories of the Confederacy remains under occupation, subjugation and cultural cleansing, is not sufficient. The extent of damage, destruction and suffering is owed in full reparations.
The ideology of Political Correctness shall be considered a violation of our unalienable rights, and a process of conformity by coercion and intimidation, therefore shall be considered unconstitutional in a free and independent Confederacy.
Permitting illegal immigration and mass migration, in order to dilute the vote of the citizens of the Confederate States of America shall be considered unconstitutional as well as a violation of our unalienable rights. When practiced, this constitutes an instrument of cultural cleansing and genocide whereby our citizens are denied their unalienable right to choose what manor of government, society and nation shall be theirs.
The sole right to determine citizenship within the borders of the States and territories of the Confederacy shall be collectively that of the citizens thereof, acting through their elected representatives in a free and independent Confederate States of America. There has been no authority granted to any private organization or group to determine citizenship or to stand in the stead of government. Therefore this practice shall be deemed to be an illegal, unconstitutional usurpation of powers never granted.
There is no individual or organization which has been granted the authority under the Confederate States Constitution to assume upon themselves the now vacant but valid offices of the Confederate States Government. In like manner no individual or organization has been granted the authority to decide who is and is not a Confederate States Citizen, as well as to charge a fee for such services.
The Proclamation of Independence must and I repeat must be the foundation of any Confederate Patriot Platform; anyone who will not for whatever reason, comply with these standards for the sake of the Confederate Cause, cannot be considered suitable to represent the Confederate or Southern People, within the halls of political power. The Proclamation of Independence cannot be considered merely an option, if the Candidate should choose, but the measurement of his devotion to the cause.
God save the Confederacy
"The hand of the Lord was upon me, and carried me out in the spirit of the Lord, and set me down in the midst of the valley which was full of bones, And caused me to pass by them round about: and, behold, there were very many in the open valley; and, lo, they were very dry. And he said unto me, Son of man, can these bones live? And I answered, O Lord God, thou knowest.