An Open Letter & Open Report / The Pot And The Kettle / Ole Miss
February 26, 2019
The Pot & The Kettle – Ole’ Miss
Dear Ms. Lunelle,
My mom used to always say that the pot can’t call the kettle black. And after reading what the Northern Jewish, white supremacist, Southern-hating, Kevin Levin, wrote about those of us, especially myself, who would venture into the City of Oxford, Mississippi, on Saturday, February 23, 2019, and later onto the campus of Ole’ Miss to protest the social cleansing of our heritage, her words rang true.
And, not to forget, the cultural genocide we now face with the ratcheted-up attacks on the Memorials and Cenotaphs of our fallen dead babies who rose up and left their classrooms at Ole’ Miss and armed themselves to repel the army hoard of Ulysses S. Grant and Abraham Lincoln’s total warfare policy (issued under his General Order 200 to take the theater of war to the front door of defenseless old men, women, and children (total war)).
Specifically: Burn their homes, kill their animals and anything that provides them with sustenance. Rape, rob, plunder, kill them at will, and there shall never be an accounting for what you do. Grant would burn 42 great Southern cities carrying out these orders.
Levin would go on touting the actions of those reconstruction-minded players of the basketball team that he and the rest of the fake news media and the Northern Jewish-owned NAACP praise for taking a knee in protest of those of us who had come to protest the unwarranted actions now being proposed against our homeland.
He justified their actions because they were protesting a White supremacist rally taking place under the Confederate soldiers monument and the racist flag we carried.
As I stood at the Confederate Cenotaph in downtown Oxford, I could not help but wonder what former slave and later, State Senator James Harris, who placed the deciding vote for the State to fund and build a Cenotaph to these same Confederate soldiers, which Levin and the mostly Yankee students who stood across from us shouting their expletives at us would have thought.
And, for that matter, what would Mississippi’s famous black Confederate soldier, Holt Collier, the first Black man of the State who killed a Yankee for putting his hands on his Master, who then declared innocent, would have thought at this scene?
The hate conversations brought to bear upon us from a White liberal from Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, who proclaimed to come to “save” the black students at Ole’ Miss from having to look at these racist symbols. And “shame on me” for my actions. “Poppycock,” I say!
They dispelled and disparaged my truth-telling about the black Civil Rights organization, the Pole Bearers Association, who then and for posterity urged Blacks to regain and retain the loving relations and relationships that had been forged between them and the Southern White man, admonishing them never to be duped by a man again not of the Southern soil. Indeed, Yankees such as herself had come again to our homeland with their treachery of division and hate.
Not to be forgotten are the American Indians of the civilized tribes who joined with the South because, in their own words, “the White man of the North could not be trusted neither by his word or treaties.”
Black Confederate soldier, Rev. Mac Lee, body servant to the Honorable General Robert E. Lee, who was educated off the funds given him by the General, told his people: “Get yourselves educated, buy some land, keep your faith in our Lord and Master Jesus Christ, and above all else, put your trust only in the Southern white man.”
So you, Levin, can write every lie and distortion you choose against my homeland and its people. And, I, HK Edgerton, will take my stand in Dixie alongside my Judeo-Christian Southern family, like the Southern Black Confederate soldiers …Holt Collier, Horace King, Polk Arnold, Levi Carnine, Dr. Alexander Darnes, Napoleon Nelson, Christopher Columbus Quarls, and those black families who would not betray them because of the likes of you and your wicked printed lies. Obviously you have a yankee mother. Bless your heart.
God bless you, Ms. Lunelle!
Chairman, Board of Advisors Emeritus, Southern Legal Resource Center
Member, Save Southern Heritage Florida
Recipient, United Daughters of the Confederacy, Jefferson Davis Medal
Recipient, North Carolina Vance Aycock Award
Honorary Life Member, Texas Division, Sons of Confederate Veterans
Honorary Scott of Austin
Recipient, Sons of Confederate Veterans, Virginia Division, Robert E. Lee Award
Recipient, Asheville, North Carolina Police Department, Citizenship Award
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