The Tainted Inauguration/An Attack On Christianity
My Dear Brother H. K.,
I too watched in horror a few days ago, as the Sons of the Union forged their contract with Satan and worshiped the image of a man that attempted to obliterate the Southern people and their culture from the face of the continent. Our leaders, politicians, judiciary, Hollywood screen writers, teachers and the media have raised the war criminal Abe Lincoln up to a new level that is despicable to me and all those that stand for the Constitution and the Holy Bible. How contemptuous those thugs from the Library of Congress were who stood guard over a Holy Bible that was depicted as the property of that reprobate that so many call "our greatest President." They only hear the voices of the agents of Lincoln who have exclaimed his words of trickery as words of fame. Just because our leaders place their hand on the almighty Holy Bible, it does not mean that they have followed or will follow the teachings of Jesus Christ our Savior. The greatest soldier who ever lived followed God’s teachings and his name was Robert E. Lee.
How fallacious that the 16th President of the United States of America, would order the execution of all his own people in the Southland of America, but he continues to be venerated as the "greatest President of all time." That remains totally inexplicable to this day. If Lincoln’s old dry bones could still rattle his song of hypocrisy, then they should be exhumed to stand before the War Crimes Tribunal in the Hague, Netherlands for his role in war crimes against the Southern people, his crimes against humanity and for genocide. Those are the works that Lincoln should be remembered for. Just as it was during the Presidency of George W. Bush, his role model was Winston Churchill and Abe Lincoln. Today, President Obama also uses Lincoln as his role model in the White House. The details are now much more obscure, but President Obama has looked at Lincoln’s famous portrait hanging in the White House for inspiration, guidance and wisdom. Does he mumble to the portrait as President Nixon did? Only God, President Obama and perhaps a Secret Service agent knows for sure. The staff of the President surely know that the usable historical letters and speeches of Mr. Lincoln are in short supply. The Emancipation Proclamation has always been one of their tools of contradiction. The Gettysburg Address also comes to the surface in their revisionist agenda and elements of both speeches have been utterly worn out. What has not been repeated in the Lincoln letters and speeches are his racist comments and beliefs, his objective to slaughter the South for leaving the tyrannical rule of the North which included his thirst for war on the South, long before any shots were fired. Did Lincoln open his ears when the Confederate Congress pleaded to be heard at the Table of Brotherhood? History tells us that the answer was an emphatical No! Lincoln would not speak or listen to the Confederate Congress at any time before the War Between the States. This is the one and the same Lincoln that sent hundreds of Black slaves to the uninhabitable island of Ile la’ Vache to die a cruel and torturous death from disease and starvation. His efforts to re-colonize the slaves backfired on the infamous 16th President of the United States of America. What else did Lincoln have to say that you will never hear an agent of Reconstruction repeat? "If I could save the Union without freeing any slave I would do it…what I do about slavery and the colored race, I do because I believe it helps to save the Union." We who study American History know why Lincoln waffled around about the issue of slavery. Lincoln was reminded by his staff and closest advisers that he would not win re-election if he did not fall on the side against slavery.
Did Lincoln implicate himself as a racist man during any of his other speeches? "I will say, then, that I am not, nor ever have been, in favor of bringing about in any way the social and political equality of the white and black races." Was Mr. Lincoln obsessed with his war dance against the Southern people? When asked, "Why not let the South go in peace?" Lincoln replied, "I can’t let them go, Who would pay for the government?"
What else did Lincoln say about starting the War of Northern Aggression in order to free the slaves? "We didn’t go to war to put down slavery, but to put the flag back, and to act differently at this moment, would I have no doubt, not only weaken our cause but smack of bad faith." These are the words of the "greatest President this country has ever had," according to so many who remain ignorant of the real Mr. Lincoln to this very day. It is an American tragedy that a president who caused the death of more than 600,000 men, women and children, could be venerated with such glory. The detractors and revisionists will try to steer around these quotes and the evil that lurked inside Abraham Lincoln, but it is here in the pages of our true history that we find the clues that tell us who this man really was. If he was truly the "greatest American President of all time," then we have lived in a nightmare for more than 150 years!
Col. J. H. Lovelace
Founder, Battle of Asheville Commemorative Corps.