20 July 2011

Confederate States of America

Reactivating our Constitution



We begin our discussion with the issue of slavery and it should be pointed out that slavery was used by Abraham Lincoln and his administration as a political ploy to justify that which will never be justifiable. The outbreak and continuance of the war had little to do with slavery itself rather it was a magnification of a truth which was self evident at the time. The northern states had developed into a society dominated by the religion of secularism and only a small fraction of their population affirmed a sincere belief in the Almighty God in Christ Jesus the Holy Scripture and prayer.

Religious terms were used by Lincoln himself but only when it proved to advantage his purpose! It is well known the Southern States later to become the Confederate States of America the new nation was the most Christian nation ever to exist in 2,000 years. Thus the war was in actuality a clash between to diametrically opposed peoples and cultures, one Christian the other basically pagan. Additionally more then half of the economic wealth of the States had been generated in what became the Confederate States of America. Therefore the loss of such an enormous economic base of wealth could not be tolerated, even if force was necessary.
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We today do not know precisely how history would have unfolded had the Confederacy won its 'War for Independence' but we do know slavery was already on the way out of existence. Therefore it is doubtful that today should we reactivate the Confederate States Constitution a non-slave could be made a slave under its provisions. Additionally the importation of slaves is forbidden under the Confederate States Constitution thus it becomes a mote issue.
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Since there are no slaves today this provision of our constitution would simply be null-in-void. But at the very least it is highly recommended that an amendment be ratified early on stating something similar to the following: 'The institution of slavery having passed into history shall not be reinstated within the Confederate States.' Therefore slavery would not be an issue except to amend the constitution so as to close the book on slavery forever!
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We now arrive regretfully at the issue of homosexuality! There is absolutely no doubt whatsoever in my mind that should we tolerate the practice of homosexuality and fail to re-criminalize it, our efforts to liberate the Confederate States of America from occupation will fail even as we are achieving independence. We will in the process be condemning our cause to an abyss forever! A quick response in opposition to this evil practice will present a clear and distinct signal to such people to quicken their departure from the States and territories of the Confederacy. We should not mistreat these people in the process, rather make it crystal clear, their behavior will not be tolerated.
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The institution of marriage is the foundation of society and should be defined in law as existing between a man and women. Everything that can be done should be done to encourage lifetime marriages including whatever tax advantages might be possible. While the issue of divorce would naturally remain between the couple involved, never the less the concept of ‘no fault divorce’ should be phased out in favor of laws which raise the mark whereby marriage is respected to a higher degree then a licensed ‘shack up.’ Also society would be wise to make it more gainful and profitable for a couple to marry then to live together outside of marriage. Since people tend to take the cheaper pathway such laws would also go a long way toward encouraging marriage without forcing the issue.
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The topic of the national Senate raises many eyebrows and maybe as many tempers! Originally the concept of a Senate was not to represent the people as such but the entity of the State itself. In today’s political reality a U.S. Senator has absolutely nothing which binds him or her to the policies and interests of his or her own State. Therefore this provision in the Confederate States Constitution would be wisely retained. Otherwise we chance a slow decline into the same abyss in which we find our occupation forces.
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A Senator elected to a six year term without the necessity of answering to his own State and minus the threat of a recall would be a step backward. The Confederate States House of Representatives has been created so as to direct represent the people by population. Still the people can make such a change if they should desire thereby becoming like unto that which they have left behind in the Yankee Empire. Since according to the provisions of the Confederate States Constitution any three States may call what would amount to a closed Constitutional Convention.
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We also have the issue of the mass media giants! While ‘freedom of the press’ is critically important, none-the-less in practice the mass media can and has crossed over the line becoming destructive of our liberties. In essence they are internationalists owing little allegiance to any particular nation, State or local area. Their liberal politically correct programming continues with little regard for the truth or the outcome! Securing the right to ‘freedom of the press’ should continue whoever the modern mass media giants should be brought closer to home and made answerable to the local markets in which they serve. A beginning place is to require a separate licensing procedure for those outlets which operate within the borders of any particular State.
Those which operate strictly through cable or satellite distribution while being located elsewhere can be made answerable to the local people through the particular manner in which their signal is received. The issue here is not to hamper true ‘freedom of the press’ but to expand and guarantee that what we are experiencing is indeed a free press and that it serves the best interests of the local citizenry. If possible those who report the news or post the various programs should be themselves reflective of the people they serve. Thus a sizeable percentage of journalists would be hired from Conservative institutions of learning where they are presently hired from a predominantly liberal pool of journalists.
In today’s market we see a mass media staffed overwhelmingly by liberals while in a vast majority of cases serving a conservative market place. Mass media broadcast, cable, satellite television and radio are like unto government agencies, and they function best if made to answer to ‘We the People.’ We are speaking here of the individual States making sure those elements of the media operating within their respective borders are able to do so independent of any corporate giants. A possible answer lay in a new corporate entity whereby in State and local media outlets operate as a cooperative outlet for the mass media corporations then rather being owned by them. An example can be seen in that precious few local newspapers are independent entities but rather are owned by liberal corporations in the northeast. This should be changed to where local people own local news outlets even while they might confederate themselves with a larger market they would still be free to act independently.
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The Civil Rights era should be brought to a close! If its purpose has been equality then there is no place in society for affirmative action, racial preferences and quotas by any terminology. We have in our society a number of so called ‘Civil Rights’ organizations which have degenerated into civil terrorism using their position for personal gain. It is time to put aside the notion that every area of human endeavor must consist of a proper diversity of the races, sexes and social classes. This means the right to succeed also includes the chance of failure and a birth certificate does not come with a guarantee attached. This also means all male or female institutions are equally inclusive of a free and dynamic society!
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It is time to return to ‘We the People’ the right to associate with whomever we might choose. Let those who would live and compete in a free society do so under in an atmosphere where success and failure are considered a responsibility of the individual concerned. Such a change will mean that organizations which exist solely for the purpose of using the courts as an ongoing launch pad for altering society must cease. Such organizations have over the years assumed the power of a fourth branch of government and that also must not be allowed to continue. The time has come that a severe penalty should be imposed upon those who would use the courts as an instrument of social terrorism.
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Also it would be desirable to amend the Constitution as soon as possible after the liberation to include a woman's right to vote, however it would be unwise to go any further. Another sorely needed amendment would forbid the Confederate States Government from negotiating away national sovereignty. Such an amendment would forbid any treaty, agreement or resolution from overriding the Confederate States Constitution or that of any of the individual States. It is advisable to refrain from ratifying any amendments to our constitution which would tend to transfer undue power to the national government.
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Many issues such as equal rights and the like can be resolved by the individual States or by a number of States acting through a form of confederated coalition or cooperative. After liberation occurs the individual States will have achieved a degree of sovereignty and they should consider their sovereignty extremely precious. If carefully and properly considered our people will realize they should seek individual liberty "with personal responsibility" as much as possible, while avoiding the temptation to alter the Confederacy into a carbon copy of the present day United States.
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Precious few have never witnessed first hand the extent to which the so called ‘theory of evolution’ is believed in and practiced as an actual religion are unaware of the extremes to which these believers will to guarantee the theory of evolution alone dominates the world of science. Not-with-standing the assumptions made at every phase in order to legitimize a falsehood. When in truth the entire theory of evolution would fall apart under the weight of true science.
If evolutionists were required to prove everything they espouse as fact there would be nothing left in the theory to properly call science. There is however sound reasons why a man or woman of learning and known as scholars in their own field would insist on the total correctness of the theory of evolution. The reason come down to the simple reality of a choice: the truth of the Holy Scripture and of creation or God or that all things which exist have evolved over eons of time. They both cannot be true, either we evolved or we were created and the evolutionists are quite aware as to the totality of this truth!
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On the other hand when one takes a good look at scientific creationism they find not merely theories and religious assumptions but facts which cannot be disproved. In modern times a more accurate glimpse into what constitutes time itself has revealed that creation occurred as stated in the scriptures. The purpose here is not to propose altering our science classes into a religious course of study. But to take a good and sound look at what the believers in the theory of evolution have been passed off as science, then allow for a presentation of truth, that all things that are were indeed created.
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It would be more profitable for the long term if our newly freed citizens were to work through their State Governments and refrain from running to the national government to satisfy their needs. The court of appeals process is another example whereby the State Courts can be overridden by present day federal courts, however our people should understand that once the liberation takes place this procedure will no longer be possible.

The uniqueness of the Confederacy should be retained; in doing so the nation would be wise in not permitting our Confederate Federal Courts to overturn State Constitutional provisions as well as their laws and regulations. We are after all struggling to bring government back to `We the People!' Regarding a related issue in the Confederacy, the criminal may find our form of justice not only fair but swift and severe.
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It is quite true people are accustomed to the federal government resolving so many issues which are rightfully of State concern. Unless they wish to relinquish all the advantages for which the Confederacy is to be liberated, they might be wise in seek a resolution of their problems within the borders of their own State or do so in conjunction with other States of like mind.

If our people somehow manage to alter the Confederate States Government into a beast, they may find themselves required to live with their own creation. It would be wise to proceed with care for it is extremely doubtful that a finer nation will ever again emerge upon the stage of world history then the Confederate States of America. Our Confederacy should not be refashioned into something other then the great nation of its creation, but allowed to live out the purpose for which it was formed!
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God save the Confederacy


1 comment:

Grandpa Guinn said...

"We the People of the Sovereign States and Territories constituting and entitled the Confederate States of America hereby proclaim before Almighty God and all who may read these presents that as our forefathers law-fully, peacefully and constitutionally seceded from that voluntary union of States entitled the United States of America and formed a new nation, according to their reserved political rights, and the inalienable rights endowed them by their Creator, so the aforementioned States and Territories were, are, and remain now Sovereign political entities within a voluntary national Confederation, conjointly constituting one independent nation amongst the nations of this world, and styled 'The Confederate States of America." --- Proclamation of Independence