Thursday, July 27, 2017

When the District of Columbia Occupies America

As another Lame Cherry exclusive in matter anti matter.

None of you who have ever watched the documentary by Ken Burns on the Civil War that liberals awarded him for, ever knew you were hearing racist propaganda in the entire fictional underpinning of that series. Some may recall historian Shelby Foote stating that the South would never have won, because the North had never taken it's other hand out from behind it's back, which Burn's featured, and not comprehend the root of that Northern Dominance, was rooted in the Lost Cause Movement, which appeared in the writings of General Jubal Early after the war, and most all of the vitriol was targeted against Lt. General James Longstreet, the American Napoleon in the war.

What I am about to prove to you is that the entire narrative of Ken Burns was based on racism as it was the Lost Cause Movement and it all centered on a letter  written by General Longstreet, as asked for by the press in New Orleans, dealing with Reconstruction.

Reconstruction is another term which most of you have heard, but do not understand. After Abraham Lincoln was assassinated, President Andrew Jackson attempted to heal the wounds of the South, but setting them at liberty again. That would have released the South to become political and economic competitors to the New York financiers, so a way had to be created to subjugate the South. The old tool of slavery had been vanquished by gunpowder, but the black terrorism of Americans was not over yet, because the slave became the SUFFRAGE or the voting of illiterate blacks in the South became the issue of the North, which the South chafed under, because one might as well  had mules given the vote, for the America slave of 1865 was no more than livestock or the family hound in understanding.

The Northern financiers had their issue to reduce the South and called it Reconstruction, when in reality what Reconstruction was, was OCCUPATION of the SOUTH for over a decade by Federal Troops, where there was not any vote that mattered, because when a Southern State voted, unless that vote matched what the Northern interests demanded, that Government was removed by force, and handed over to shills carrying on the Northern rapine of Dixie.

President Johnson, after the war, adopted a reconstruction policy of his 
own, and some of the States were reorganized under it 
with Democratic governors and legislatures, and all would 
have followed. But Congress, being largely Republican, 
was not satisfied, and enacted that the States could not be 
accepted unless they provided in their new constitutions for 
negro suffrage. In case they would not, the State govern- 
ments should be removed and the States placed in the 
hands of general officers of the army as military governors, 
who should see that the States were reorganized and re- 
stored to the Union under the laws. 

Yes a Southern America could vote in an election, but if Washington did not like the liberty, a Military Governor was appointed to dictate to the Southerner. That is why the South was furious, as they agreed to a surrender of equal respect of rights for North and South, and what followed as Jewish carpetbaggers throwing landowners off their farms, and hordes of uneducated slaves being told to vote Republican and overthrowing the entire political process in the South.
This should sound familiar in the political war which has been engaged on American States since Ronald Reagan, where the feds come in an agency states to death, or impose sodomite rights or the genocide of Americans by importing 3rd world invaders.
Now you understand why President Johnson was impeached by Northern interests and why Donald Trump has had this endless coup arrayed against him. It is the same globalist interests.

The letter from General Longstreet to the press, was Solomon in nature. It basically stated that the South had lost, and had to surrender to the will of Congress, and that included blacks voting who could not comprehend what voting meant. In this though, Longstreet advised the Southerners to be patient, because if the experiment with black voting failed, then a political movement would appear to push Congress to redress the issue.

^'New Orleans, La., June 3, 1867. 

J. M. G. Parker, Esq. : 

Dear Sir, — Your esteemed favor of the 15tli ultimo was duly- 

^ ' I was much pleased to have the opportunity to hear Senator 
Wilson, and was agreeably surprised to meet such fairness and 
frankness from a politician whom I had been taught to believe 
harsh in his feelings towards the people of the South. 

' ' I have considered your suggestion to wisely unite in efforts 
to restore Louisiana to her former position in the Union ' through 
the party now in power.' My letter of the 6th of April, to which 
you refer, clearly indicates a desire for practical reconstruction 
and reconciliation. There is only one route left open, which 
practical men cannot fail to see. 

' ' The serious difficulty arises from want of that wisdom so im- 
portant for the great work in hand. Still, I will be happy to work 
in any harness that promises relief to our discomfited people and 
harmony to the nation, whether bearing the mantle of Mr. Davis 
or Mr. Sumner. 

It is fair to assume that the strongest laws are those estab- 
lished by the sword. The ideas that divided political parties 
before the war — upon the rights of the States — were thoroughly 
discussed by our wisest statesmen, and eventually appealed to the 
arbitrament of the sword. The decision was in favor of the 
North, so that her construction becomes the law, and should be 
so accepted. 

The military bill and amendments are the only peace-offerings 
they have for us, and should be accepted as the starting-point for 
future issues. 

"Like others of the South not previously connected with 
politics, I naturally acquiesced in the ways of Democracy, but, 
so far as I can judge, there is nothing tangible in them, beyond 
the issues that were put to test in the war and there lost. As 
there is nothing left to take hold of except prejudice, which can- 
not be worked for good for any one, it seems proper and right 
that we should seek some standing which may encourage hope 
for the future. 

"If I appreciate the issues of Democracy at this moment, they 
are the enfranchisement of the negro and the rights of Congress 
in the premises, but the acts have been passed, are parts of the 
laws of the land, and no power but Congress can remove them. 

"Besides, if we now accept the doctrine that the States only can 
legislate on suffrage, we will fix the negro vote upon us, for he is 
now a suffragan, and his vote, with the vote that will go with 
him, will hold to his rights, while, by recognizing the acts of 
Congress, we may, after a fair trial, if negro suffrage proves a 
mistake, appeal and have Congress correct the error. It will 
accord better with wise policy to insist that the negro shall vote 
in the Northern as well as the Southern States. 

''If every one will meet the crisis with proper appreciation of 
our condition and obligations, the sun will rise to-morrow on a 
happy people. Our fields will again begin to yield their increase, 
our railways and waters will teem with abundant commerce, our 
towns and cities will resound with the tumult of trade, and we 
will be reinvigorated by the blessings of Almighty God. 

''Very respectfully yours, 

' ' James Longstreet. ' ' 

This is one of the best Statesmen letters in the American archives, because Longstreet was reminding everyone that the South was occupied and helpless. If the North wanted ignorant blacks voting in the South, then the North would get the same uneducated voting block corrupting their system. It was only after the system collapsed in hurting the North would the South then have redress.
The South had to wait for Ronald Reagan, when their Democratic party was hijacked to exploit the blacks who now vote in an Obama block.

For the above letter Longstreet's letter was not even published. Instead the New Orleans media editorialized that he was a traitor and against all things Southern. No one in the press of the South printing Longstreet's fine letter, but instead smeared him in chorus.
It was within days that his own friends in the military would not even speak to him on the street, and from that rose the racism which was the foundation of all Ken Burns published and promoted.

Two characters arose in this movement, in General Pendelton and General Early. Pendleton would create a fiction that Longstreet did not attack at Gettysburg as Lee had  ordered, which was an absolute lie. The only division which fought at Gettysburg was Longstreet's Army, while the second under Jubal Early remained silent and the third which Lee  was observing from remained silent for two days in not supporting Longstreet's first division.
Following on this, Jubal Early published the Lost Cause writings which excused the butchery of the North on the South, and gave excuse to the failings of Southern political and military leadership for losing Lincoln's war.  To this Robert E. Lee, who was fond of James  Longstreet, in Longstreet had named one of his sons  after General Lee, turned his back on Longstreet and shunned him, as the years passed and Robert E. Lee had to find blame for Lee's failures.

After Lee's death, his family joined in the smear campaign against James Longstreet, for the leadership Longstreet was providing the South to extricate the Southerners from their Northern occupation, and this meant that the old aristocracy was being replaced by a new Southerner in power not of the old order which had passed.

While the Ku Klux Klan was demonized for it's martial protection of Southern lives and property, a far worse scourge had arisen, and it was the Lost Cause which was all based in racism and the failed policies which caused the South to lose that war.

There is a reference in another Longstreet letter to Lee during the war, about Southern financiers hording gold, and how the North was trying to contract with the South to purchase cotton, because Longstreet stated that the Union would lose the war by 1866 if the South could hold on. Abraham Lincoln with his greenbacks and his war, had bankrupted the North and there was not supply nor trade to sustain the Union any longer, without Southern cotton for Northern manufacture.

This disproves the might of the North and all of the Lost Cause. It also proves that the Lost Cause which guided Ken Burns propaganda in the Civil  War was all the worst form of racism, as it started in hatred of the livestock blacks  and ended in the racism against the Southern White.

This is the real history hidden away for purpose, as the fiction of the financiers is what all of you have been brainwashed to and no one exposes the award winners for their lies and racism. Much of what Americans are inflicted upon today are based in the same race hatred inflicted upon the South by the same moneyed interests of today.
No one will admit that the Whites of the South were held as slaves and state vassals for over a decade after the Civil War and to this day are still owned by the carpetbaggers of finance, but today it is not the Jew of the past alone, but now Japanese and Chinese automakers, importing Muslims and Mexicans to replace the Black and White Americans of the South.

Once again, another Lame Cherry exclusive in matter anti matter.