Heritage Victim Mentality: The Sons of Confederate Veterans cry us a river...

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Via WSET:




"LEXINGTON, Va. (WSET) - The Sons of Confederate Veterans is upset that Lexington granted a parade route to a different organization.
According to a release sent by the SCV, the city council approved a request for CARE to hold a parade at the same time and place as their traditional Annual Lee-Jackson Day events hosted by the organization.
A statement from the SCV reads in part: 
"It is no secret that some members of the council, the outgoing mayor who forced through the vote, and the college elites have great disdain for the traditional values and views of the native community who still commemorate their Confederate history. These elitists have worked tirelessly to intimidate local venues in an attempt to disrupt the SCV's commemoration of the lives of Robert E. Lee and Thomas J. “Stonewall” Jackson in their final home and resting place." 
Officials say the action is an "attempt to silence the viewpoints of those they disagree with." They say the SCV believes in freedom of expression, but not when it impedes in the expression of others."





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Comments

  1. Jacob, you might want to go back through your blot --- I mean, blog -- and issue corrections and apologies for the nasty lies you told about the ranchers in Oregon.

    Jury acquits leaders of Oregon standoff of federal charges

    You jump the gun way too quickly and way too far most of the time when you post something as soon as you hear about it. If you were a legitimate journalist, or even pretending to be one, you'd be setting yourself up for libel lawsuits out the yingyang....

    Anyway, a decent person would issue corrections and apologies for libeling these ranchers....

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    1. Yep. That's justice for ya... I checked for posts on Oregon. I only found one, and it was a reference to a post elsewhere, not even my own content. Maybe you could enlighten me on which posts you're referring to?

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    2. Here's a couple: http://restoringthehonor.blogspot.com/2016/01/special-report-patriot-pussies-in.html
      http://restoringthehonor.blogspot.com/2016_01_01_archive.html

      I don't have a time to look for more, but these should be sufficient for you to craft a retraction and apology....

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    3. "issue corrections and apologies for the nasty lies you told about the ranchers in Oregon."

      "you'd be setting yourself up for libel lawsuits out the yingyang....

      Anyway, a decent person would issue corrections and apologies for libeling these ranchers...."

      So I should apologize for calling them pussies? I should apologize for correctly pointing out why Savoy Finicum was shot? Well I won't. Don't forget, the Bundy's still face another trial in an unrelated case, so justice may still be served. This was also a Federal trial, do they face State charges as well?

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    4. Are you saying justice wasn't served with this acquittal? How do you know?

      Moreover, you don't know why Lavoy Finicum was shot. You only know what you were told. And some of what we've been told has been proven to be lies with this acquittal. Might ought to at least be practicing some contrition....

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    5. 1) Justice was served in the sense that they were found not guilty of the charges they were accused of. I respect the juries decision, so I'm not going to complain about it. Perhaps they were overcharged? Maybe the Fed didn't have a good case? There is little doubt in my mind though that they committed a crime by their actions.

      2) False on both accounts.

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  2. Poor KKKonnie, you just don't know how to learn. The time of reckoning is here. The drive to tear down the racist leftovers from the past will continue. You are doing nothing but fighting a delaying action.

    Just wait, another motion will succeed. Sooner or later the name of that traitor will come off that highway.

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  3. Jimmy show me proof where President Davis was ever tried for treason. As I have pointed out to you before the only reason you are able to call the people in 1861-1865 that fought for the South traitors is because the north won nothing more nothing less. You have absolutely no proof what they did was treason and yes I have read all of your theories and speculation but you still offer no proof.

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    1. He wasn't tried for treason because no one wanted to create a martyr. Yet, he and the rest of those who took up arms against the lawful government of the United States of America committed treason as defined by the US Constitution.

      The only thing you can do is ignore the Constitution and continue to reject the truth. This has been discussed multiple times and proven over and over again.

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    2. https://books.google.com/books?id=30UsLWMjJLcC&pg=PA140&f=false#v=onepage&q&f=false

      https://books.google.com/books?id=_EguImFAm0cC&pg=PA263&f=false#v=onepage&q&f=false

      Interesting opinions, wouldn't you say? But notice that on Christmas Day, 1868, President Andrew Johnson issued a pardon http://www.presidency.ucsb.edu/ws/?pid=72360

      Why would he issue a pardon to a person or persons if they had not broken the laws of the US? That is why the US did not prosecute Jefferson Davis. He had been pardoned for his crime of treason.

      Case closed.

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    3. No, it wasn't treason as defined by the Constitution; I've proved that using the Constitution, not ignoring it. Also, they didn't try him because they didn't want to make a martyr of him? Then why did they spend almost two years combing through documents looking for proof so they could try him?

      Dimmy you are, and you do, everything you accuse others of.

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    4. Too bad for you, KKKonnie, but your claim of proving it wasn't treason is erroneous. You have failed to prove your point. You can scream all you want, but constitutional scholars have proven you wrong as did the people of the past who stated on multiple occasions that the Confederates committed treason and were traitors. That is a flat out fact and that's that.

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    5. Many Union soldiers called southern soldiers traitors. And it is Treason as defined by the Constitution Connie.

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    6. I do believe President Davis never accepted a pardon as he never did anything to need one. Case closed. Jimmy as long as you and your cohorts shout treason I will continue to defend my ancestors Cory, who gives a tinkers damn what some union soldiers called the fellows that killed a whole damn bunch of them. if I had been on the receiving end of Southern shot and steel I might have been inclined to say the same thing especially if I wanted to minimize my role in an unjust war wage by my government.

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    7. Treason definition in 1860. Section 3. Treason defined. Proof of. Punishment

      1. Treason against the United States shall consist only in levying war against them, or in adhering to their enemies, giving them aid and comfort. No person shall be convicted of treason unless on the testimony of two witnesses to the same overt act, or on confession in open court.

      2. The Congress shall have power to declare the punishment of treason, but no attainder of treason shall work corruption of blood, or forfeiture, except during the life of the person attainted.

      If you will notice it says levying war against the States not the federal government so your hero Lincoln committed treason when he call for troops to attack the Southern States.

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    8. The United States was and is the US of A. The people who rebelled against the US committed treason and are traitors. You can try to twist the Constitution all you want, but the bottom line is you can't make an argument that will stand up in court.

      The SCOTUS used the words treason and traitors in their case decisions involving Confederates. So did Congress. Jefferson Davis got a pardon whether he wanted it or not.

      Defend traitors all you want. The facts are the facts and you are wrong. The unjust war began when Jefferson Davis ordered the attack on Ft. Sumter. At the point the president had the authority to put down a rebellion using military force. He did. That is a fact and you might as well get used to it.

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