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An Open Letter & Open Report / The Matchless Devotion Of Black Confederates – Times Examiner / Southern Weapon Of Choice (Southern African)

May 6, 2020

The Matchless Devotion Of Black Confederates – Times Examiner / Southern Weapon Of Choice (Southern African)

Dear Ms. Lunelle,

In a Pay Pal message, Mr. Wilson would write…… “Dear Mr. Edgerton, I enjoyed your Open letter to Ms. Lunelle very much. You were right to accept the poor man’s dollars. To refuse him would be disrespect to him. I also enjoyed the story of the beautiful woman giving you $30. To honor her generosity, I am also giving you $30. Have a wonderful day sir!”

Mr. Wilson’s message and reactions are what is referred to by the Southern African as Christian white folk charity. Something that Northern Abolitionist, John Brown, found out was foremost in the minds of the slaves of whose quarters he had snuck into, and threaten with terror if they did not carry out his orders for them to kill their master and his family as they slept. Providing them with the same spikes that he had held to their baby’s heads and bellies, scared of Brown, they were. However, they refused to carry out Brown’s bidding against their white folk family.

Southern black folks have been used by those who have written history as a weapon of choice against the Southern white man for far too long; especially when it should have been the other way around. In the linked article (see below) by the Honorable and renowned author of the Un-Civil War, Mike Scruggs, herein belies some history of what the Southern weapon of choice (the Southern African) should look like.

God bless you!

Your brother,


Chairman, Board of Advisors Emeritus, Southern Legal Resource Center
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