Pat Hines 
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Re: “VSU prof behind effort to end state-sponsored Confederate memorials alleges retaliation by university, state

Azhar Majeed needs to know that Valdosta State University isn't in Pennsylvania and that we Southrons will not bow to his anti-white, thuggish organization.

Azhar Majeed needs to stay out of the south, for his own good.

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Posted by Pat Hines on 08/18/2014 at 5:08 PM

Re: “Activists: State should end all Confederate memorials

atipaddy: " The fact that the US kicked the crap out of South Carolina and the 12 other seditious confederate state governments meant that there was "no lawful power to leave the United States."

Pat Hines - if you and all the other neo-Confederates hate the United State so much, why don't you pack up your things and leave?"

Well, Mr. Paddy, that's precisely what the southern states attempted in 1860-61, I'm somewhat surprised you support secession based on the first part of your post.

If, on the other hand, you think we Southrons will grant the US government the power to take our lands, more than they've done so far, perhaps you're due to an evaluation about what can be prevented today.

The Yankee today is a hard core effete man, a girlie-man, unable to assert power over the south. That said, you'd dream of a continual hegemony over the south is, at best, a dream.

Give it up.

Think about how you'll exist without the southern states in the rump United States, that should keep you busy for years.

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Posted by Pat Hines on 07/11/2014 at 6:26 PM

Re: “Activists: State should end all Confederate memorials

Reference Fort Sumter.

It's a commonly held myth that the first act of war concerning Fort Sumter was committed by the Confederate Army.

There is an extensive documentary DVD available on Amazon that explains it all, beginning before Fort Sumter was invaded by the US army.

A short synopsis.
1. South Carolina exercises its lawful power to leave the United States compact of states, 20 December, 1860. All US government property was lawfully required to be vacated, all coming into possession of the government of South Carolina under current law.
2. In the middle of the night, the United States army, in violation of a legally binding agreement between the US government and the government of South Carolina, moved into the incomplete and unoccupied Fort Sumter, 26 December, 1860. This is act of war number one.
3. The US government attempted to land 300 reinforcement troops and munitions at Fort Sumter, but were repelled by shore batteries. This attempt to land troops on South Carolina's fort is act of war number two.
4. Numerous requests for the United States to cease their invasion and terrorist threats to Charleston Harbor were made and declined by the US government, who continued their illegal occupation of South Carolina's territory.
5. The final act of war occurred when Lincoln sent a twelve warship flotilla, with 1400 troops and their equipment onboard, to Charleston Harbor. When they anchored in the harbor, a ultimatum was issued, which was ignored, and the shore batteries opened fire to rid the fort of the invaders. No one was killed during the bombardment.

At that point, Lincoln illegally ordered up 75,000 troops, forcing several states who had not seceded, to take that action. Notably, Virginia who had previously voted NOT to secede until Lincoln took that illegal action.

Lincoln committed treason according to Article III, Section III, of the US Constitution by making war against states.

Anyone stating that the Confederacy initiated the war of invasion is wrong.

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Posted by Pat Hines on 07/11/2014 at 4:07 PM

Re: “Activists: State should end all Confederate memorials

If the author, or anyone else, thinks we're going to take down memorials of the United States murders of over 500,000 of our people, y'all had best think again.

I also see the effete author has some sort of program opposed to hanging offenses for violent crimes and murder. While that punishment has been long in abeyance, it's likely to return. That's based on the very large upswing in black on white rapes, bodily harm, and murders, some of which are so heinous the details can't be repeated here.

If you want to know why capital punishment via hanging took place, research the Knoxville Horror or the Wichita Massacre. Hanging needs to return.

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Posted by Pat Hines on 07/10/2014 at 9:20 PM

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