• The New Confederacy as of January 25, 2024
    What amazes me is how so many people including conservatives have only one definition of the word confederacy, and the real definition has absolutely nothing to do with the American Confederate States of the Civil War. It's high time you idiots got an education!

    The definition of confederacy is: A group of people, countries, organizations, etc. joined together for a common purpose or by a common interest : league, alliance.
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    The New Confederacy as of January 25, 2024 What amazes me is how so many people including conservatives have only one definition of the word confederacy, and the real definition has absolutely nothing to do with the American Confederate States of the Civil War. It's high time you idiots got an education! The definition of confederacy is: A group of people, countries, organizations, etc. joined together for a common purpose or by a common interest : league, alliance. https://imgflip.com/i/8dmcb1
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  • The New Confederacy as of January 25, 2024
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  • September 22, 1862 – Motivated by his growing concern for the inhumanity of slavery as well as practical political concerns, President Abraham Lincoln changes the course of the war and American history by issuing the Emancipation Proclamation. Announced a week after the nominal Union victory at the Battle of Antietam (Sharpsburg), this measure did not technically free any slaves, but it redefined the Union’s war aim from reunification to the abolition of slavery. The proclamation announced that all slaves in territory that was still in rebellion as of January 1, 1863, would be free. Lincoln used vacated congressional seats to determine the areas still in rebellion, as some parts of the South had already been recaptured and representatives returned to Congress under Union supervision. Since it freed slaves only in Rebel areas that were beyond Union occupation, the Emancipation Proclamation really freed no one. But the measure was still one of the most important acts in American history, as it meant slavery would end when those areas were recaptured. In addition, the proclamation effectively sabotaged Confederate attempts to secure recognition by foreign governments, especially Great Britain. When reunification was the goal of the North, foreigners could view the Confederates as freedom fighters being held against their will by the Union. But after the Emancipation Proclamation, the Southern cause was now viewed as the defense of slavery. The proclamation was a shrewd maneuver by Lincoln to brand the Confederate States as a slave nation and render foreign aid impossible. The measure was met by a good deal of opposition, because many Northerners were unwilling to fight for the freedom of blacks. But it spelled the death knell for slavery, and it had the effect on British opinion that Lincoln had desired. Antislavery Britain could no longer recognize the Confederacy, and Union sentiment swelled in Britain. With this measure, Lincoln effectively isolated the Confederacy and killed the institution that was the root of sectional differences.
    September 22, 1862 – Motivated by his growing concern for the inhumanity of slavery as well as practical political concerns, President Abraham Lincoln changes the course of the war and American history by issuing the Emancipation Proclamation. Announced a week after the nominal Union victory at the Battle of Antietam (Sharpsburg), this measure did not technically free any slaves, but it redefined the Union’s war aim from reunification to the abolition of slavery. The proclamation announced that all slaves in territory that was still in rebellion as of January 1, 1863, would be free. Lincoln used vacated congressional seats to determine the areas still in rebellion, as some parts of the South had already been recaptured and representatives returned to Congress under Union supervision. Since it freed slaves only in Rebel areas that were beyond Union occupation, the Emancipation Proclamation really freed no one. But the measure was still one of the most important acts in American history, as it meant slavery would end when those areas were recaptured. In addition, the proclamation effectively sabotaged Confederate attempts to secure recognition by foreign governments, especially Great Britain. When reunification was the goal of the North, foreigners could view the Confederates as freedom fighters being held against their will by the Union. But after the Emancipation Proclamation, the Southern cause was now viewed as the defense of slavery. The proclamation was a shrewd maneuver by Lincoln to brand the Confederate States as a slave nation and render foreign aid impossible. The measure was met by a good deal of opposition, because many Northerners were unwilling to fight for the freedom of blacks. But it spelled the death knell for slavery, and it had the effect on British opinion that Lincoln had desired. Antislavery Britain could no longer recognize the Confederacy, and Union sentiment swelled in Britain. With this measure, Lincoln effectively isolated the Confederacy and killed the institution that was the root of sectional differences.
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  • Tara Ross - This Day in History: The Civil War

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    Tara Ross - This Day in History: The Civil War https://www.taraross.com/post/tdih-ft-sumter-pt-two #Confederacy #Union #SouthCarolina #FortSumter #AbrahamLincoln #Lincoln #Beauregard #RobertAnderson #GeorgeSJames #CivilWar #History
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    This Day in History: The Civil War
    On this day in 1861, the first shot of the Civil War is fired. You may remember from yesterday’s story that Confederate and Union forces had been at a stalemate in South Carolina. The federal government needed to resupply Fort Sumter, but it could not do so without treading into Confederate territory. The Confederacy viewed such federal movements as a sign of aggression and as a challenge to its sovereignty. Matters came to a head when Lincoln decided to send an unarmed resupply convoy to the st
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  • Winsome Sears: “God Bless America…

    She’s come a long way from 1963 when my father came. Here I am - 2nd in command in the former capital of the Confederacy.
    Winsome Sears: “God Bless America… She’s come a long way from 1963 when my father came. Here I am - 2nd in command in the former capital of the Confederacy.
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  • https://clashdaily.com/2022/02/thats-the-new-confederacy-flag-substitute-teacher-yells-at-13-yr-old-wearing-thin-blue-line-mask-video/
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    'That's The New Confederacy Flag' Substitute Teacher Yells At 13-Yr Old Wearing 'Thin Blue Line' Mask (VIDEO)
    The student in the 8th grade is the son of a cop which made this berating even more disgusting.
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  • W…T…F?!

    “Here’s your chance to help rename Army posts and Navy ships honoring the Confederacy”
    https://www.armytimes.com/news/pentagon-congress/2021/09/07/heres-your-chance-to-help-rename-army-posts-and-navy-ships-honoring-the-confederacy/
    W…T…F?! “Here’s your chance to help rename Army posts and Navy ships honoring the Confederacy” https://www.armytimes.com/news/pentagon-congress/2021/09/07/heres-your-chance-to-help-rename-army-posts-and-navy-ships-honoring-the-confederacy/
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    Here’s your chance to help rename Army posts and Navy ships honoring the Confederacy
    The public is invited to submit their ideas for renaming 10 Army posts and two Navy ships.
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  • Yes I Am A III%er, and I'll be glad to explain the true meaning of this Group of Americans that still call themselves III%ers, the first thing to know about this Group is that it doesn't endorse #Trump or any Pollical Party or Figure, we support and defend the Constitution as written, and if you have not read the Federalist Papers, Anti- Federalist Papers, The Articles of Confederacy, The Northwest Ordinance, The Deceleration of Independence, The Constitution and Bill of Rights, you really can't call yourself an III%er.
    See, if you have read these documents you would understand that by Constitutional Law the people are responsible for enforcing this law by means of the Militia of the several States, this is the reason that the Constitution starts with We The People, so if as a Group that's the main purpose is to protect the rights of the people as a whole by Constitutional Law, to endorse a political Party or Figure would be like the Army or the Navy doing the same thing, it's not right, oh don't get me wrong, we have Trump supporters in the Group, but that's not our purpose, our purpose is to restore our Constitutional Republic and ensure that the Bill of Rights is enforced for every American.
    #Freedom #Militia #ConstitutionalLawEnforcement #AmericanLifesMatter
    Yes I Am A III%er, and I'll be glad to explain the true meaning of this Group of Americans that still call themselves III%ers, the first thing to know about this Group is that it doesn't endorse #Trump or any Pollical Party or Figure, we support and defend the Constitution as written, and if you have not read the Federalist Papers, Anti- Federalist Papers, The Articles of Confederacy, The Northwest Ordinance, The Deceleration of Independence, The Constitution and Bill of Rights, you really can't call yourself an III%er. See, if you have read these documents you would understand that by Constitutional Law the people are responsible for enforcing this law by means of the Militia of the several States, this is the reason that the Constitution starts with We The People, so if as a Group that's the main purpose is to protect the rights of the people as a whole by Constitutional Law, to endorse a political Party or Figure would be like the Army or the Navy doing the same thing, it's not right, oh don't get me wrong, we have Trump supporters in the Group, but that's not our purpose, our purpose is to restore our Constitutional Republic and ensure that the Bill of Rights is enforced for every American. #Freedom #Militia #ConstitutionalLawEnforcement #AmericanLifesMatter
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