TexasFred Speaks; For the Record, for Truth, for History, for Heritage and for The Confederacy

TexasFred Speaks; For the Record, for Truth, for History, for Heritage and for The Confederacy

While many have cried, shrieked, torn their hair out and made wild threats regarding what they would do to bring havoc on those that support and still defend the Confederate Flag and Confederate War memorials, pay attention ya brain-dead bunch of numbskulls.

This is a part of MY history, not hatred, HISTORY and HERITAGE.

Long may they wave. 

This is the Confederate Memorial to War Dead that stands at Arlington National Cemetery in Washington, D.C.

Good men fought and died for their beliefs, I pray that God will guide more good men and women to stand for their beliefs and their heritage as well.

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4 Responses to TexasFred Speaks; For the Record, for Truth, for History, for Heritage and for The Confederacy

  1. BobF says:

    Every soldier’s grave made during our unfortunate civil war is a tribute to American valor… And the time has now come… when in the spirit of fraternity we should share in the care of the graves of the Confederate soldiers…The cordial feeling now happily existing between the North and South prompts this gracious act and if it needed further justification it is found in the gallant loyalty to the Union and the flag so conspicuously shown in the year just passed by the sons and grandsons of those heroic dead.”

    President William McKinley, 1898

  2. the unit says:

    Part of the history, when we moved to the MS Gulf Coast in ’48 there were several, maybe 10 or so wooden shacks on the main grounds of Beauvoir to the east of the last home of Jefferson Davis. I was told they housed widows of Confederate veterans. They certainly were not fancy, but somehow their needs were seen to. There was running water and septic tanks, and nobody had TV back then. Forget when they disappeared. After old ladies passed on or as was coming toward ’60’s government accommodations to take them in. All gone now, including most of us who remember. 🙂

  3. OregonBuzz says:

    It is interesting how many things American and part of our daily lives for so many decades are now “racist”, etc. I wonder how many people are aware that most if not all of the ships entering our harbors carrying slaves sailed under the U.S. flag. Should we not consider the Stars and Stripes racist? They’ll have to come and get mine which also has a smaller Stars and Bars flying below it.
    By the way, just recently in the Portland, OR area, an elementary school principal has outlawed the venerable PB&J (peanut butter& Jelly) sandwich as “racist” because many of the students in the school are from foreign countries and eat tortillas, etc. I think we’re doomed.

  4. NativeSon says:

    5% of the “slave ships” that left Africa came to America. 5% !!!!

    I think THAT makes everybody else the racists!!! And, show me a place (ANYWHERE) that blacks have the opportunity for a better life than the good ole US of A!

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