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The Proclamation of Independence! An English Professor, wishing to remain anonymous, drafted the Proclamation of Independence in mid-1990’s, whose name has been lost with passing time. The document is based upon the people’s right to determine who shall govern over them, and what nation shall be theirs. The Confederate States Constitution was adopted by the Southern States, and has never been ‘constitutionally’ rescinded, which means it remains in effect, only suppressed as a result of force. All that is needed to reactivate this constitution, are Confederate States National Elections, to fill the now valid but vacant seats.

Pictured on this page is the Confederates States National Flag, the third and now permanent national flag. This flag is referred to as the Blood Stained Banner. Click on the flag, log onboard, read, and pass the attached hyperlinked article, the Proclamation of Independence, to as many as possible.

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"The fear of the Lord is the beginning of knowledge; but fools despise wisdom and instruction."
{Proverbs 1:7}.  Those who judge all things Confederate and Southern so harshly have themselves rejected the Almighty God in Christ Jesus, the Holy Scriptures and prayer.  The creator of all things has been banned from their institutions of learning, halls of political power, and their popular culture.  There is little wonder 'those people' have become so willfully ignorant of the truth. "And ye shall know the truth, and the truth shall make you free." {John 8:32}.  The evil and bigotry they believe they see in the Confederate Cause is but a reflection of themselves as if in a mirror, like unto looking through a foggy class believing they have a clear vision of reality
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