An Open Letter / Jessi Budiansky, The Anti-Christ At Temple Terrace Country Club
SEPTEMBER 26, 2018
Jessi Budiansky, The Anti-Christ at Temple Terrace Country Club
Dear Miss Lunelle,
I shall remind you that it was a Yankee city councilman in the City of Jacksonville, Florida, who would propose putting a conceptualization plaque depicting lynching adjacent the Confederate soldiers cenotaph when demands to remove the cenotaph gained no traction. This was an attempt to discredit the memory of our fallen heroes and the Memorial to them.
The Sons and Daughters needed then and now to be talking about lynching. The same is taking place in the City of St. Augustine with these “so called” conceptualization plaques being put around the Confederate soldiers cenotaphs to taint and discredit it, in order to move public opinion against the good names of our fallen heroes.
I bring this to your attention because of the false claims of Jessi Budiansky and her attempts to smear the good name of the Sons and Daughters of the Confederacy because of an event at Temple Terrace Country Club where some employee working the event supposedly overheard a conversation about lynching and that some of the men wore around their necks ropes adorned with medal that terrified them was reported to her and, furthermore, that the Sons and Daughters were racist groups.
Only an agent of the Anti-Christ would level a lie this grand against these heritage organizations so recognized by the Internal Revenue Service, and the United States Congress.
I have mailed Cmdr. McCallister one of these string ties worn by many men and arguably women who want a western theme with their attire that Budiansky claims to be associated with lynching. By her claims that the Sons and Daughters are racist organizations, she puts my life in harms way with this libelous defamation. My dad, a Baptist minister, once told me that one day I might have to do battle with an agent of the Anti-Christ, and that I would recognize it by the feeling in my gut by the lie it will tell. Jessi Budiansky puts a very disturbing feeling there.
I thank the Almighty God for allowing me the opportunity to feel the love from my Southern family as my ancestors once did. And to be a member of the Sons and Daughters organizations is one of the finest honors that could be bestowed upon me, and not to forget the Rose as well.
Temple Terrace Country Club is one of my favorite places to visit, and its staff and members have always treated me with the utmost honor and dignity and most that I have come in contact with know what I do as a defender of my Southern Heritage, and many even have a copy of the Historic March Across Dixie Photo Journal to go along with my business card that has my likeness on it, don in the uniform of the Southern soldier along with the Southern Cross.
God bless you!
Chairman, Board of Advisors, Southern Legal Resource Center
Member, Save Southern Heritage-FL
Honorary Life Member, Judah P. Benjamin Camp, Sons of Confederate Veterans
Honorary Member, Augusta Jane Evans Chapter, United Daughters of the Confederacy