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An Open Letter / The Great Evil

July 2, 2018

An Open Letter / The Great Evil

Dear Ms. Lunelle,

When I first heard of a plaque being placed around the Confederate Cenotaph, it came from a Yankee born city councilman in Gainesville, Florida. And I became greatly agitated when he proposed that this plaque would be about blacks being lynched. For the life of me, I couldn’t understand why anyone would want to do something like that, unless the purpose was to conjure up a false narrative about the fallen heroes symbolized by the Cenotaph of this Southern integrated militia (General Lee’s Citizen Soldiers) of the South.

The great evil that still stalks the South is the use of race as a vehicle to divide the people rather than unite them. Dylan Roof provided the proper ingredients for the fake news media to further this charge as they used their hocus pocus with a photoshopped picture with him holding the South’s second most sacred symbol, the Confederate Battle flag, to further this agenda.

And as the great state of Florida has slowly become the Alamo in this renewed struggle to defend the honor and integrity of the people of the South, and the charge for which their ancestors stood to defend against the illegal invasion of our homeland, I sadly report that the removal of the Cenotaph of the Honorable General Kirby Smith from Statuary Hall by the lilly livered politicians in the state’s capitol is tantamount to the betrayal of Jesus Christ of Nazareth by Judas Iscariot, and as big a blow to the South as Pickett’s Charge at Gettysburg.

And, as far as the St. Augustine, Florida city council’s declaration to allow me three minutes before its body and citizens they serve, to articulate a definitive message to combat the planned conjured up evil by a paid consultant to discredit the stand for our fallen heroes who stood to defend against an army armed with General Order 100 from its commanding chief to rape, plunder, murder and burn out the innocent, defenseless old men, women and children to include those Africans they would later falsely proclaim they came to save, having only that bogus document called the Emancipation Proclamation to legitimize their war crimes and lie.

If there was any decency or Southern loyalty in the members of this council, they should have been up in arms about what this consultant proposed. And never let it see the light of day to its citizens.

The only plaque that should have been acceptable would have been a tribute to those Africans like Dr. Alexander Darnes, Christopher Columbus Quarls or even the Honorable Napoleon Nelson, grandfather to the Honorable Nelson Windbush of Kissimmee, Florida.

And we could have traveled down the road of hate as these consultants did…. talking about the Corwin Amendment and Lincoln, with a set of plaques down the block at the US Colored Troops Cenotaph. We could have detailed the truth about Lincoln’s Emancipation Proclamation and just how many slaves it freed. We could have talked about the Battle of the Crators, the utilization of their wives as concubine by the Federal white troops, how they were placed in the front lines with bayonets at their backs, unequal pay in this segregated military for the same job as their white counterparts, almost total lack of medical care from their battle wounds, how they shot into Southern soldier prison camp tents to gain promotions at Point Lookout, Maryland, the carnage carried out in-service of the Union or Loyal League, some more murder, rape and plunder of the Southern people. And I could go on.

To hell with their three minutes. What I propose to do is to march 30 miles, 10 miles a day for three days, and post the Southern Cross at the city council doors on July 9, 2018 after talking for more than three minutes to the world about what they and this scalawag consultant proposed to further this agenda against the South.

And, I humbly ask my family to donate at least $10 for this charge to Save Southern Heritage, in care of Ms. Lunelle McCallister, or to me. God bless you!

Your brother,


Member, Save Southern Heritage