There's a certain amount of pure frippery in any cultural movement including Southern heritage -- but here's a new group dedicated to Southern-related heraldry that's got intelligence, imagination, and a good conservative tilt.
Confederate history and heritage month
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<DIV><<<From: firstname.lastname@example.org </DIV>
<DIV>Does anyone have a sample proclamation for Confederate History and Heritage Month?>>> </DIV>
<DIV>There is a sample downloadable Proclamation, copies of many from 2005 and 2006 and 20 short stroies for distribution to media outlets at:
A web site sponsored by the Georgia Division for the sole purpose of providing both a record of issued Proclamation and resources to help people make their own request. While we are behind in posting Proclamations received we will post every Proclamation that is forwarded to us so that there is a record for use next year.</DIV>
<DIV>Please send copies of Proclamations received to Proclamations@ConfederateHeritageMonth.com
All Divisions are welcome to utilize the web site or if you would like your own give us a yell.
The web site offers a signup list for updates.
<DIV>Confederate History Month Proclamation</DIV>
<DIV>From: email@example.com </DIV>
<DIV>For everyone who would like a sample of a Confederate History Month
Proclamation, here is one. http://confederateheritagemonth.com</DIV>
<DIV>WHEREAS: Our country is a nation of people united by a common history of individual heritage and diverse cultures and (Your) County or City is rich in history of the War Between the States; and</DIV>
<DIV>WHEREAS: The State of Georgia has long cherished her Confederate history and the great leaders who made sacrifices on behalf of the Confederate cause; and</DIV>
<DIV>WHEREAS: The Georgia Division of the Sons of Confederate Veterans is dedicated to honoring on a statewide basis those who served in the Confederate States of America and educating the general public on Confederate history; and</DIV>
<DIV>WHEREAS: Confederate Memorial Day has long been celebrated in (Your) City or County for more than 100 hundred years; and</DIV>
<DIV>WHEREAS: The month of April bears special significance since it marks both the beginning and the end of the War Between the States; now</DIV>
<DIV>THEREFORE: We, the (Your) County or city (Board of Commissioners) do hereby proclaim April 2006 as "Confederate History and Heritage Month" in (Your) County and encourage all residents to increase their knowledge of the role played by the Confederate States of America in our country's history.</DIV>
<DIV>Confederate History and Heritage Month </DIV>
<DIV>From: firstname.lastname@example.org </DIV>
<DIV>Please repost this to everyone you like. </DIV>
<DIV>My updated commentary "April is Confederate History Month" has been posted on: www.sierratimes.com and www.accessnorthga.com
I have sent my article to many newspapers.</DIV>
<DIV>Many of you have asked about the Confederate History Month Minutes for TV, Radio, Newspapers, Schools, Libraries, ETC. There are two places you can get them. 15 of the 20 have been posted at:</DIV>
<DIV> http://confederateheritagemonth.com/...ge/2006/calvin _johnson.php</DIV>
<DIV>They have also been posted at: www.georgiaheritagecouncil.org</DIV>
<DIV>A school teacher has told me that she will read a Confederate History
Month Minute every day to her students.</DIV>
<DIV>Looking to a Confederate History Month to remember!</DIV>
<DIV>Calvin E. Johnson, Jr., Chairman, Confederate History Month Committee
Georgia Division Sons of Confederate Veterans.</DIV>
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This event is held near me every year, but I've never made it over. Just learned of the wedding via a newspaper 220 miles away, by way of a newsletter based 415 miles away.
<h1 style="font-family: Verdana,Arial,Helvetica,sans-serif; color: rgb(102, 0, 0);">Clad in Confederate garb, couple say, 'I do'</h1>All Tami Massingill wanted for her wedding
was a nice cake and some pretty invitations.
But the 36-year-old bride and her betrothed, 37-year-old Danny Smith, were
able to get in a period drama before their vows.
On Friday, the two participated in a Civil War re-enactment of the Battle of
Central at the Tankersley Farm near the town of Central.
"I did struggle with the thought of not having this nice, elegant wedding,"
Massingill said. "But overall, the fun of it won out."
About 50 people attended the event, which included a minister wearing period
garments at the farm overlooking the Appalachian Mountains and far from modern
"When I'm on the field it's always like it's 1861," Smith said.
And although she wore a hoop-skirt and he wore a Confederate States of
America soldier's uniform, the couple managed a few more modern wedding touches,
such as throwing the bouquet, sipping champagne and the endless line of
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I listened to this (via SHNV) waiting to cringe, but for once there's NO COMPROMISE.
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An article entitled "Eight of America’s top ten “religious” states are in the South"
http://www.thepoliticalcesspool.org/...-in-the-south/If you’ve ever wondered why certain elements of the Jewish lobby have such an intense disdain for the South, this may help you understand why.
An article entitled "The horror of democracy"
http://southernnationalist.com/blog/...-of-democracy/Southern nationalists have long identified democracy, equality and universal suffrage with the decline and fall of civilisation. The South’s defense of civilisation was based in large part on an embrace of the natural inequality of individuals and groups of people. As a classically-inspired civilisation, there was an important role in Southern society for natural elites (such as Wade Hampton) who led their local communities, provided social services and led the defense of the society and its order against its enemies. The US invasion and occupation of the Southern States and its subsequent Reconstruction of society had the effect of largely eliminating Southern natural elites, leaving the South vulnerable to the coordinated assault upon it in the 1950s and 60s. Few genuine Southern elites were left by that time to rally the people in defense of civilisation. The consequences of this have been terrible for Southerners to endure. The United States’ values of democracy, ‘Progress,’ equality and universal suffrage were imposed upon Southern society and the results can be seen in the sad and ever-worsening conditions of cities such as Atlanta, Memphis, Birmingham, Montgomery and Augusta. Civilisation is on the retreat in these and many other areas across the South.
The "natural elites" are the racially aware. The ones who see that the nation and the world is on the wrong path are the ones who can lead the world back to the natural order and a new golden age.