Lewis Blade Elmore – 2/26/2011 Message
Subject: howdy Hk Edgerton
My name is blade im 14 y old. i go to a springdale AR public schools. and i was seein in if you can help me Confederate History Month bec the kids at school need to know what it is all abot. and can you tell me why we cant have a Confederate flag at school
From: HK Edgerton [firstname.lastname@example.org]
Date: Thu, Mar 3, 2011
I will and have contacted one of my dear friends, Senator Loy Mauch of Arkansas about your predicament in the school. I shall sit down with the Senator and see if there is a way to help you and your peers. Please give me more information about your school, its name and location, your Principals name, your teachers name. And possibly they might allow me to come in during Confederate History Month and speak to your student body. I am now in the process of trying to raise funds to visit Arkansas on Tuesday, March 8, 2011. Please advise your parents that you have contacted me. And direct them and your Principal, and teacher to my website: www.southernheritage411.com.
There is no easy answer to your question. I can only say that there is a fear about the truth in this land about what took place here in the South when an honorable people made a stand against superior forces that had invaded their homeland, committing unthinkable atrocities. The Southern Cross is not just flag that was carried by the southern soldier, but it is also a universal Christian symbol that has always stood against tyranny, and further embraces the morals and mores of it’s people. It has been stigmatized by those who carry an agenda embracing southern, social and cultural genocide, with a grand desire of never paying the bills left behind for crimes committed against the South. It is the catalyst that uplifts the spirit of the Southern people, and those who want to kill that spirit will use the judiciary, politics, the African people, and your school system, that was developed by design to do just that. God bless you. I look very much forward to meeting you.