Happy Feast Day of the Holy Innocents

Today we commemorate the thousands of children slaughtered by Herod in his hunt for the Christ-child. Let us also remember the 56 million children killed by abortion in the United States since 1973. Alabama has routinely tried to protect the lives of the unborn, but the Federal government dismisses our pleas. Another reason to secede for survival.



Army Apparatchiks Strike at Christmas


Orders have come down from the Politburo. Soldiers at Camp Shelby in that Deep South state of Mississippi have been told that the base cannot use the term “Christmas.” Under orders of the Defense Equal Opportunity Management Institute agents, the camp is forbidden from using the term “Christmas” at the base’s Christmas football tournament. The move rightly angered soldiers:

Our equal opportunity representative stopped the briefing and told us that we can’t say Christmas…Almost the entire room blew up. Everybody was frustrated. The equal opportunity rep told our commander that not everyone celebrates Christmas and we couldn’t say Christmas celebration. It had to be holiday celebration.

Forced diversity, even in Mississippi, which has been called the most religious State in the “union,” has taken a firm grip upon the military, which should now be regarded as an atheist institution. One soldier went so far as to say:

Between the Air Force and the Army – it’s like they don’t like Christian values, they don’t like the word Christ or Christmas…They don’t like you talking about it. …They’re treating Christmas like it’s pornography. As a matter of fact, the Army actually treats pornography better than it does Christmas.

Welcome to multicultural “America,” where absurdity and absolutism are enforced in all the wrong ways, just as Communists like it.

Federal Army Reminds: South “Enemy of U.S.”


The U.S. Army college Carlisle Barracks is considering removing paintings of Southern Generals Robert E. Lee and Stonewall Jackson from its grounds. The reason given is very clear, according to the college spokeswoman:

(O)ne person has questioned why we would honor individuals who were enemies of the United States Army…

And a point is being made. Hanging portraits of great men like Lee and Jackson in a Federal war college is something of an irony. Those great Southern heroes’ lives were given in service to the South, specifically Virginia, which the Federal Government overran and effectively raped. It would be equivalent to the Bolsheviks hanging portraits of the Romanovs.

But the proposed removal of the paintings would not be out of guilt over their invasions. Opposition to the Federal government (firmly in the control of the Northern States) is secular blasphemy. And, in that regard, Lee and Jackson are two arch-fiends.

While megaliths to Lincoln are permitted and promoted, our heroes must forever remain unseen.

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Alabama Enslaved

Alabama doesn’t understand slavery.

“We don’t talk very much in this state about slavery,” said the director of the Equal Justice Initiative, an organisation dedicated to “examin(ing) today’s history through the lens of America’s racial history.”

The EJI has obviously never attended public schooling, watched television, or read a newspaper in Alabama. Slavery is a mainstay in the minds of all. From Presidents to Priests, slavery is mentioned continually.

But the EJI is right in a way. Slavery does still exist. Southern Nationalists acknowledge that slavery still exists. And it is slavery in the South. But it is not slavery by the South, but the enslavement of the South to the Federal government in what Lysander Spooner called “political slavery.” Southerners, specifically Alabamians, have been denigrated and denounced by the same government that invaded our homes one hundred fifty years ago. We have been denied our dealings, defamed in our past, and opposed in everything for which we stand. Especially today, when the overlords of Washington D.C. are open about outright displacement of our people, the masses need to understand slavery.

They need to understand that the chains are already about their necks.