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Friday, February 05, 2016

Of Political Figures, Cultures, Political Correctness & Hypocrisy!

Will Nikki Haley call for the destruction of the Golden Temple?

Alabama is NOT without its own carpetbaggers & scalawags. We are certainly ashamed of gov robert bentley. He is the epitomy of a traitor for he DOES have Confederate lineage.  However, nikki haley has not betrayed her roots, her lineage, her history, heritage or her culture....only the PEOPLE of South Carolina who DO have  a bloodline in the founding of this country! nikki haley has remained TRUE to  her Sikh roots and culture!
We, our Alabama grassroots effort, have put together a campaign in an effort to derail the continued political career of nikki haley. She not only betrayed the good people of South Carolina, but like robert bentley, she betrayed the people of the entire South who love liberty and they both have insulted our families by taking down our precious symbol of a Christian nation (we ARE a people!) and also a symbol of resistence to tyranny!  They both have sold their souls to the devil for personal political gain!  They both, in concert, have unleashed an avalanche of cultural genocide against the entire Southland that is ravaging the Southland faster than  the winds of Sherman's fires!
We must show these dastardly politicians, leftists, progressives, liberals, socialists, communists...whatever you want to call them...that CONFEDERATE SOUTHERN LIVES MATTER, too!  WE are the TRUE PATRIOTS!
Pat Godwin


Nikki Haley is a perfect case in point; she is an Indian Sikh, whose family has apparently only been here since sometime in the 1970s, as her father was issued an alien card in Columbia SC on Jan. 18, 1978, see the certificate here:

Mrs. Haley was born Jan. 20th, 1972, in S.C. while her father was still not a naturalized American citizen! Her real name, before she changed it for political purposes is: Nimrata Nikki Randhawa, and although she was born and raised in the American, predominantly Christian culture, she did not forsake her family’s Sikh religion, only joining the Methodist Church because she is a politician in South Carolina, the extreme Eastern flank of the Southern Bible Belt, where Christianity is a must to get elected! But just to make sure she didn't offend either deity, or her parents, she got married twice, once in the Methodist Church and then again at a traditional Sikh ceremony. (Nothing like a little insurance, huh?)

So, with a little of her cultural background laid down, let us now consider the hypocrisy of her position on those of us who have Confederate ancestors, and come from Southern cultural and Celtic roots that go back to the founding of this country.

Here you see photos of Haley and her husband laying a wreath at a Sikh memorial in India, and taking part in a Sikh cultural celebration wearing traditional Sikh garb. Her history and culture are apparently very important to her, but our history and culture have no significance for her because not being of our culture, she knows nothing about it! Nikki Haley's action to remove the Soldiers’ Flag from the Confederate Memorial in Columbia, South Carolina reeks of political correctness and historical ignorance!

This lack of historical knowledge about the South, and the political pressure of liberal political correctness on Nikki Haley's part, have created unintended consequences, for in order for her to be true to her beliefs she should now call for the destruction of the Sikh Golden Temple in India or admit that she is a hypocrite!

Nikki Haley has no cultural connection with the people of South Carolina, and has demonstrated a total lack of historical knowledge as to why the Confederate Soldiers fought against President Lincoln's invading armies.

Nikki Haley also appears to have premised her action against the symbol of the Confederate Soldiers based on the Politically Correct notion that, if any symbol of any cause is ever usurped by an unauthorized or unscrupulous person or group, then that symbol must be expunged from our culture and history. This flawed thinking may have unintended consequences! Nikki Haley is descended from practitioners of the Sikh religious order of India. The Sikhs have a very honorable code to live by, and have a proud military history of patriotic service. Their Golden Temple in the Punjab, and their Turban and Knife, are symbols of their tradition which they display with pride to honor their culture, as they should.

Perhaps Gov. Haley should now think seriously about removing this monument (The Golden Temple) that now stands as a reminder to all Indians of the two Sikhs who murdered her ancestral country's first female Prime Minister?

We must remember that the first female Prime Minister of India, Mrs. Indira Gandhi was brutally assassinated in 1984 by her own trusted body guards who happened to be members of the Sikh religious community! It would seem that consistency of thought and action on the part of Nikki Haley would require her to demand the destruction of the Sikh Golden Temple and the banning of the Sikh Turban and Knife in order to atone for the despicable actions of the two Sikhs who did not act with honor, and caused the Indian people to lose their first female Prime Minister!

Will Nikki Haley call for the condemnation of the Sikh culture and the suppression of the Sikh Religion and its symbols??? Mrs. Haley, for consistency’s sake, should consider removing the U.S. flag from South Carolina, as it actually did represent a government which protected the institution of slavery in its Constitution from 1789 until Dec, 18, 1865!!

Nikki Haley has begun to travel down a dangerous road without the knowledge of our history and culture, and she will encounter much resistance from those of us who know the truth about our ancestor's fight to preserve the ideas expressed in our Declaration of Independence and to defend their homeland from a vicious invader!

So, the great irony here is that according to Mrs. Haley's logic; because there were two dishonorable Sikhs who murdered their country's first female Prime Minister, all of Sikh culture and history should be condemned and relegated to the dustbin just as she has done with the South's honorable symbol because of what one deranged nut case did in S.C. Admit your hypocrisy Mrs. Haley, and return our honorable soldiers’ flag to its correct place of honor, and apologize to the Southern People for your hypocrisy.

Nikki Haley has denied Southerners their God-given birthright & First Amendment rights to our Southern culture & symbols, but still practices & observes the cultural regalia & rituals of her Sikh culture. Since she has been reported as a Vice Presidential “hopeful”, did Nikki Haley make the decision to deny Southerners our rights for possible political gain?

According to the history of Sikhism – A Modern Religion at:

“Sikhism endeavoured for a new dispensation characterized by the values of liberty, equality,    justice, tolerance and non-violence, discarding discriminations of all kinds on grounds of creed, caste, class, race, region, sex, etc.”

Those who preach “tolerance” the loudest, obviously are the LEAST TOLERANT OF US ALL!

Will the good people of South Carolina continue to allow this woman who has absolutely NO ties or respect for our Southern history, heritage & culture to represent them in ANY political arena?

Wednesday, February 03, 2016

The Great and Noble Cause of Preserving the Union

An odd fact that rarely ever gets more than cursory attention in the standard textbooks on the War Between the States is that in spite of the North’s four to one population advantage over the South, they had to resort to various and often illegal methods in order to maintain hardly more than a two to one advantage on the battlefields.

--Ken Bachand, Columbia, South Carolina

Never had the nation seen armies of the size raised during the Civil War. The grand total in the Mexican War had not exceeded 112,000 men; the largest field army numbered 11,000. These figures can be compared to more than 2 million Union enlistments and Union field armies of more than 100,000 men.

The building of this vast force was a haphazard process. Lincoln did not call Congress into special session until the war was 11 weeks old, thereby delaying essential military legislation by precisely that period of time. . . . the President called on the states to supply 75,000 militia immediately after Fort Sumter surrendered, and on May 3, without legal sanction, he authorized the enlistment of 82,000 additional soldiers and seamen, promising to seek Congressional approval later. In his July 4 message to the special session, Lincoln asked for 400,000 more volunteers. All this occurred before any battle had been fought; Lincoln obviously could not have expected a quick, easy victory.

There were three types of army service: volunteer, regular, and state militia. Militia supplied most of the men for the Revolution and the War of 1812, volunteers for the Mexican and Civil Wars, although after 1862 for many the alternative to volunteering was the draft. Raising volunteer troops was very much of a state affair. The Federal government gave each state a quota of men to furnish and relied on state officials to enlist and organize the troops. According to the act of July 22, 1861, the governors chose regimental officers up to and including colonel. Instantly military commissions became a fruitful source of patronage. Instead of sending recruits to fill out the depleted ranks of veteran regiments, new regiments were created so as to multiply the number of offices. The President nominated candidates for the rank of general, and he came under heavy pressure from governors and congressmen who pleaded the cause of political associates from their respective states. One entry in the diary of Illinois' Senator Browning offers a glimpse of the way things were done. "At night went to Trumbulls rooms to meet the Illinois delegation and agree upon the Brig: Genl for our state. Pope and Hurlbut being already appointed we thought we would be entitled to seven more." Officers' promotions as well as their appointments often depended more on political claims than military ability.

Lincoln had political reasons of his own for selecting general officers, and the results were sometimes astonishing. For instance, between the relief of George B. McClellan in November 1862 and the appointment of Ulysses S. Grant as lieutenant general in March 1864, the ranking field generals in the Union army were Nathaniel P. Banks and Benjamin F. Butler. Both were Massachusetts politicians, devoid of military training, whose martial accomplishments had ranged from disasters to fiascos. In 1863, about a year after he had come to Washington to be general in chief, Henry Halleck wrote Grant, "I sincerely wish I was with you again in the West. I am utterly sick of this political Hell." And a year later he told William T. Sherman, " . . . It seems a little better than murder to give important commands to men such as Banks, Butler, McClernand, Sigel, and Lew. Wallace, and yet it seems impossible to prevent it." The common soldier paid with blood for the bungling of these misfits. It is usually said that such was the price Lincoln had to pay to attract support for the Union cause, an explanation that, if true, sheds much light on the nature of Northern politics. If false, it raises interesting questions about the President's judgment or priorities.

The burst of volunteering during the early months of the war did not outlast the realization that the war was not after all to be a one-battle affair with little risk and much glory. An element of compulsion was required. In July 1862 Congress empowered Lincoln to call on the states for 300,000 nine-month militia and if necessary to fill up the quotas by conscription. This law was not satisfactory, and so Congress, stimulated by a series of major defeats in Virginia, passed the Enrollment Act of March 3, 1863. All men between 20 and 45 years of age were to be enrolled. The physically unfit, convicted felons, aliens, certain government officials, and men who were the sole support of aged parents or of orphaned children were excused from service. Those not exempted could escape by hiring a substitute or by paying a commutation fee of $300, which amounted to a year's wages for many Northern workers. Commutation was defended — by the President and others —as necessary to keep down the price of substitutes, since no one would hire a substitute for more than $300 if he could use that amount to purchase his exemption. This ingenious argument finessed the charge that the substitute clause itself discriminated against the poor. Congress bowed to public protests and eliminated commutation in July 1864. Substitution survived, and the price of substitutes greatly increased. With their options narrowed, some hard-pressed eligibles took out draft insurance, a wartime creation of commercial inventiveness by which the insuring company under­took to supply a substitute should the policyholder be called up. Some sunshine patriots would grasp at any straw. In Philadelphia several hundred innocents answered an advertisement promising an infallible escape from the draft for $1. They received for their money a dazzlingly simple solution: "Enlist."

Threat of conscription brought into being a new kind of business­man, the substitute and bounty broker. For a fee, the man anxious to avoid military duty and the exempt man willing to serve as substitute for a price would be brought together. Far more extensive was the business of bounty brokerage. Communities unable to produce their quotas of volunteers faced the prospect of having their unwilling young men drafted, so they offered bounties to induce others to volunteer. Rich towns naturally had a great advantage over poor ones in attracting recruits. Rallies were held to raise bounty money, real estate taxes were increased, bonds were issued, and often the services of the broker were required. The latter "bought" prospective recruits for a comparatively small sum and sold them to desperate towns, often at enormous prices. The broker might acquire gangs of men by the use of lies, drugs, beatings, and kidnappings. Brokers swarmed about army recruiting offices and physically prevented men who wanted to join up from doing so until they paid over a portion of the bounty. They secured the release of men from jails and poorhouses on condition that they enlist. They "doctored" physical wrecks and doddering oldsters so that they would pass the medical examination. They sent runners into Canada for recruits who promptly returned home after signing up and getting their cut of the bounty money.

Thousands of men engaged in the practice of enlisting, collecting their bounties, deserting, enlisting again, and so on; these were the "bounty jumpers." One industrious individual reportedly enlisted 100 times. Another claimed to have made $20,000 by joining up 15 times; he may well have done so, because the combination of Federal, state, and local bounties could come to more than $1000 per enlistment. Occasionally bounty jumpers were executed for desertion, but the main risk in the profession seems to have been leaping from moving trains.

The total amount paid in bounties has been estimated at $750 million, or nearly one-fourth of all Northern wartime expenditures. Commutation was paid by 86,724 men, and substitutes were hired by 117,986. To these must be added roughly 250,000 deserters (estimates range from 197,000 to 278,000) and 200,000 others who absconded after being drafted but before being sworn in, bringing the total who escaped service by one means or another to nearly 655,000. Even this figure does not tell the full story; an unknown number fled to escape enrollment by draft officials.

The main effect of the draft was to stimulate volunteering by compelling the individual either to join up and collect a large bounty, be conscripted and get little or no bounty, or run away. The draft was used four times under the Enrollment Act of 1863. Of 776,829 men called up, 21 percent failed to report, 11 percent were dismissed for unknown reasons, 41 percent were exempted, and 27 percent were held to service, of whom 42 percent commuted and 35 percent furnished substitutes. Only 46,347 were actually enlisted — 6 percent of those originally called. Ineffectual though it was, the draft sometimes met with violent resistance. Opponents accused the system of discriminating in favor of the wealthy and the Republicans, both because more Democrats were poor and because the provost marshal's bureaucracy was allegedly a Republican political machine and saw to it that Democrats had a better chance of being drafted. The biggest draft riot occurred in New York City in July 1863, but there were similar outbreaks in other towns and cities.

The history and statistics of Union recruiting show that approximately one-third of the men in blue joined up without compulsion or extraordinary inducements. The others seemingly did so to collect bounties and escape the draft, were drafted or, especially in the case of aliens and blacks, were often tricked or coerced into enlisting. All things considered, it is easy to understand why the North, with four times the South's military manpower, was scarcely able to achieve a two to one battlefield superiority.

(From Ludwell H. Johnson, North Against South: The American Iliad, 1848–1877, pp. 89–93)


Hey, you out there, who are so bent on trying to destroy by Southern heritage. I am sure you see yourself as a very fair-minded, pure-hearted, noble creation and consider that I am only dust to be trodden under your political foot.
However, you will never find me reviling your heroes by trying to get the name of a street changed to my preference. You won’t hear my voice calling for the renaming of a school nor the expulsion of traditional mascots and symbols.  I neither author bills nor lobby to get long-established holidays removed. My legacy may offend you, and if that is your narrow view, so be it, but in no way can it do you harm.
You that seek to remove “every vestige” of my birthright are easy to spot. You are the ones calling loudly with the feigned words of “equality”, “civil rights”, “tolerance” and “fairness.” Those are intriguing syllables considering your actions.  You, now, ride the crest of the wave now because the winds of change have turned the political tide. Things change sure enough; in this State, this Country, in this world … not in the hereafter - and here they sometimes change again. I owe you nothing! One day all that we strive for will not matter – but today, it does to me.

John Wayne Dobson
Macon, Geo.

Monday, February 01, 2016

Confederate Flag Day Ceremony

By request from the Commander in Chief Kelly Barrows March 5, 2016 has been declared Confederate Flag Day in each of the 48 divisions. After contacting Florida Commander Jim Davis I offered Tampa as the site for the Sunshine State. Therefore at 1:30 PM we will honour our colours at Confederate Memorial Park with the raising of a brand new 30' X 50" AOT Battle Flag.
Prior to the flag ceremony Virginia Flagger Susan Hathaway will be our guest speaker for the afternoon event. We are inviting all SCV Camp Colour Guards to attend and requesting period rifles for a combined salute. You need not be a member of the SCV to participate
With the onslaught of anti-Confederate sentiment throughout the South and other parts of the country we can make a statement declaring our support for all flags, monuments, statues and Memorials . Plenty of free parking directly across US 92 will be available. The Mary & Mollie Bell OCR Chapter #20 will be selling bottled water and I will have select Confederate flags for sale.
Make plans now to attend this important event and share with friends and neighbors. I would appreciate a mail from each of you
if you plan to attend so I can gauge our needs.
General Jubal A. Early Camp 556 is the host for this one time event in cooperation with the Florida Division.
Forward the Colours
10418 East HWY 92 Tampa 33610
Mike Herring
5th Lt. Commander
Florida Division

Camp 556

Saturday, January 23, 2016

Lee and Jackson - Southern Cavaliers, Heroes and Gentlemen

By James W. King 

There was a land of cavaliers and cotton fields called the Old South. Here in this world gallantry took it's last bow. That civilization is now Gone With The Wind and was portrayed in the epic 1939 movie bearing that title. Two of the gallant knights of the Old South who played major roles in the WAR FOR SOUTHERN INDEPENDENCE (aka Civil War) were Robert Edward Lee and Thomas Jonathan "Stonewall" Jackson. Lee was born Jan.19,1807 at Stratford Westmoreland County Virginia and Jackson was born Jan.21,1824 at Clarksburg Virginia (now West Virginia). Both men served in the Mexican War and U.S. Commander Winfield Scott described Lee as the best soldier I ever saw in the field. 
A Culture War began about 1830 between the North and South. The North became increasingly Socialist along the lines of Jean Jacques Rousseau and Karl Marx politically and liberal in religion espousing Atheism, Unitarianism, Transcendentalism and other isms. The South adhered to the Constitution and Bill of Rights as established by  America's founding fathers who were primarily Southern gentlemen from  Virginia and remained Orthodox Christian. Northern violation of the Constitution and Yankee greed, intolerance, hypocrisy, and aggression caused the Southern States to secede from the Union and seek Independence from the tyrannical, despotic, and dictatorial North who was increasingly treating the South as an agricultural colony and forcing the South to pay 75 to 85% of the money to operate the Federal Government via an unfair sectional tariff. The upcoming Morrill Tariff increased the tax rate to 50%. 
Both Robert E. Lee and Stonewall Jackson were destined to play major rolls in the South's valiant and heroic struggle to achieve INDEPENDENCE against overwhelming numbers and resources.  The great English author Charles Dickens wrote "the Northern onslaught against Southern slavery is a specious piece of humbug designed to mask their desire for the economic control of the Southern states". There were 10 causes of Southern secession one of which was slavery, but it was already a dying institution before the war and most educated Southerners were in favor of orderly graduated emancipation. 
Secession was not treason and was legal by the 10th Amendment and all early attempts were by the Northern state of Massachusetts in 1803 and 1814. Chief Justice of the U.S. Supreme Court Salmon Chase stated in 1867 "If you bring these leaders (Confederate) to trial it will condemn the North, for by the Constitution, secession is not a rebellion. What the North won on the battlefield will be lost in a court of law".
Both men were devout Christians and their greatness can best be judged by the positive statements made by Northerners who were their former enemies in battle and by later U.S. presidents and British Prime Minister Winston Churchill who called Lee "the most noble American who ever lived". In 1880 E. Benjamin Andrews president of  Brown  University and a former Union veteran said that "any father when asked who he would want his son to emulate would answer Robert E. Lee if he were wise".  U.S. president Dwight Eisenhower promoted Lee as a role model for American youth and said "a nation of men of Lee's caliber would be unconquerable in spirit and soul". When the CSA army went into Pennsylvania Lee refused to commit barbaric atrocities in retaliation for what the Yankees had done to Southern civilians especially women. Post-War a Northern insurance company offered Lee $50,000 for the use of his name. Lee desperately needed money but he declined saying "my name is my heritage and about all I have left and it is not for sale".
The late Franklin D. Roosevelt, America's 32nd president, spoke at the unveiling of the Robert E. Lee Memorial Statue in DallasTexas, on June 12, 1936 and said, quote, “I am happy to take part in this unveiling of the statue of Lee. All over the United States we recognize him, as a great general. But also, all over the United States, I believe we recognize him as something much more than that. We recognize Robert E. Lee as one of our greatest American Christians and one of our greatest American gentlemen".  British Army Field Marshall G. Joseph Wolseley met Lee during the war and stated “I judged Lee to be made from a different mold and of finer and superior metal than other men". Stonewall Jackson was of the same quality. 

Thursday, October 22, 2015

Special Display of the Flag of the CSS Shenandoah, the Confederacy’s Last Flag

Richmond, VA: The last flag of an active Confederate command will be on display on the 150th anniversary of the lowering of the flag by the officers and men of the Confederate commerce raider CSS Shenandoah. The exhibition will take place on November 6, 2015, 10 AM – 3 PM, at The American Civil War Museum’s Museum of the Confederacy-Richmond for a special one-day exhibition.  The Museum of the Confederacy-Richmond is located at 1201 East Clay Street, Richmond, VA 23219.

The Shenandoah flew the Confederate second national flag as she hunted American shipping from October 19, 1864 until August 2, 1865 when the crew learned that the war had ended months before.  Shenandoah flew her flag again on November 6, 1865 when the British built ship arrived in the harbor at Liverpool, England, and was turned over to British authorities.  It was the last official lowering of a Confederate Flag.  Come see this unique piece of history during this special one-day exhibition.

Monday, October 12, 2015


(ATLANTA - October 12, 2015)    The Georgia Division of the Sons of Confederate Veterans responded today to the proposal by the Stone Mountain Memorial Association to erect a monument to MLK, former black civil rights activist.  This decision by the Stone Mountain Memorial Association is wholly inappropriate in that it is an intentional act of disrespect toward the stated purpose of the Stone Mountain memorial from its inception as well as a possible violation of the law which established the Stone Mountain Memorial Association and charged it with promoting the mountain as a Confederate memorial.

The Venable family, which owned Stone Mountain in the early 1900's, leased the face of the mountain to the United Daughters of the Confederacy in 1916 for the purpose of creating a carved memorial to the Confederacy.  The UDC contracted Gutzon Borglum, who later sculpted the Mount Rushmore carving; after the work was halted due to a disagreement with Borglum, the carving remained unfinished for several decades.  As the state began to discuss interest in reviving the memorial project as a state project, the Venable family deeded the land to the Stone Mountain Confederate Memorial, Inc. in 1956.  Two years later, in 1958, the state of Georgia purchased Stone Mountain; and the General Assembly created the Stone Mountain Memorial Association expressly to maintain the mountain and all adjacent property as a Confederate memorial and complete a portion of the original design for the carving.

The act of the General Assembly which created the Stone Mountain Memorial Association specifically states the park, including both the mountain and all adjacent property, is to be maintained and operated as a Confederate memorial (OCGA 12-3-191).   The erection of monuments to anyone other than Confederate heroes in Stone Mountain Park is in contradistinction to the purpose for which the park exists and would make it a memorial to something different.  The park was never intended to be a memorial to multiple causes but solely to the Confederacy.  Therefore, monuments to either Michael King or soldiers of any color who fought against the Confederacy would be a violation of the purpose for which the park was created and exists. The opinions of the park's current neighbors and opponents are of no bearing in the discussion.

Furthermore, the erection of a monument to anything other than the Confederate Cause being placed on top of Stone Mountain because of the objections of opponents of Georgia's Confederate heritage would be akin to the state flying a Confederate battle flag atop the King Center in Atlanta against the wishes of King supporters.  Both would be altogether inappropriate and disrespectful acts, repugnant to Christian people.
For more information about the Sons of Confederate Veterans or any of this year's planned events to commemorate the Sesquicentennial of the War, contact the Georgia SCV at 404-271-8473 or online at    

Tuesday, August 25, 2015

Appeals Court Reverses dismissal of earlier Chancery Court ruling

The N. B. Forrest Camp 215 Sons of Confederate Veterans is pleased to forward the announcement that the Tennessee Court of Appeals on Friday reversed Shelby County Chancery Court's dismissal of the lawsuit against the city arising from City Council's 2013 decision and illegal actions to change the names of three city parks: Forrest Park, Confederate Park and Jefferson Davis Park.

In a unanimous ruling the Appeals Court stated that "On appeal, we hold that the allegations of the complaint are sufficient to establish standing as to one of the organizations, Sons of Confederate Veterans Nathan Bedford Forrest Camp #215. We therefore reverse the trial court's dismissal as to that organization."

Doug Jones, Nashville attorney representing the SCV, issued a statement on behalf of his clients saying SCV Camp 215 is "pleased" with the ruling. "SCV Camp #215 alleged the City's resolutions, which attempted to change the names of the three Civil War Parks, were illegal and without statutory authority.

"The Court, in its opinion, specifically noted that the City of Memphis encouraged the SCV to erect a new marker at Forrest Park. The SCV wants to preserve the rich history Memphis. It is truly American history and as such, should be available to all the citizens and tourists who visit the City of Memphis," Jones said.

Lee Millar, spokesman for the area Sons of Confederate Veterans stated, "For over 125 years our organizations have taken a very active part in the maintenance, enhancement and promotion of these three historic parks and we have a special interest in seeing them maintained in their historic character and identification.  It is fitting that the Appeals Court recognized this and that the wrongful renaming of these parks can be rectified.  We will continue to press the issue until the rightful historic names of these parks are returned."

The ruling sends the case back to Chancery Court for a full hearing.
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