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Southern Heritage <br>News and Views: January 2021

Tuesday, January 05, 2021

Letter To Russ Boles Defending Our Heritage


Russ Boles

Commissioner, Precinct Four

3001 Joe DiMaggio Blvd.

Unit 1300

Round Rock, TX  78665        



Dear Commissioner Boles, 

In 1916, the United Daughters of the Confederacy erected a monument at the Williamson County courthouse to honor those who died in defense of their homes, families, and country.  It seems that there has been an ongoing debate on the removal of this monument for several years. Only the historically ignorant who have no clue about the truth of our history would consider such an erroneous move as this. The cultural Marxist (cultural genocide) crowd in this country have been waging a war against our history, heritage, symbols, and culture for a number of years now, based on the misconception that our Confederate ancestors fought for the protection and perpetuation of slavery, while the “righteous and moral” Yankees fought to end the institution of slavery. This is the rewritten historical myth that has been poured into the heads of our school children since Reconstruction. 

Our Confederate ancestors fought an illegal invasion of murderers, rapists, looters, and arsonists sent into the South by the tyrant Lincoln.  Lincoln waged an illegal war to force the legally seceded states back into a union they wanted no part of so he could continue the collection of excessive tariffs from them.  The South was paying 85% of the federal revenues (wealth redistribution) which was going for “internal improvements” in the North, such as railroads, industry, and banking. The South realized very little out of this. The truth is that the North would go bankrupt without the South. Our whitewashed “history” does not teach us this. Our Confederate heroes are labelled as “traitors”, when the truth is that they were fighting to preserve the U.S. Constitution and the Republic of our Founders, which Lincoln destroyed. 

Most people are unaware that there were still more than 429,000 slaves in the Union after the South seceded, so, if the North was fighting to “free the slaves”, as we are wrongly taught, then why did they not first free the ones that they held in bondage?  And why did the Radical Republicans refuse to pass an amendment in 1864 that would have abolished slavery?  This did not happen until 1865, eight months after the war ended. 

The war on everything Southern and Confederate is fueled by ignorance and the ingestion of false history.  If the truth were commonly known about our history, we would not be seeing the tearing down of our monuments, or the name changes in our schools, parks, and streets. U.S. Public Law 85-425: Sec. 410 Approved 23 May 1958 recognizes Confederate soldiers as equal to U.S. soldiers. That being the case, no Confederate soldier should be dishonored by the defacing or removal of a Confederate monument, nor should any school, park, street, or military base have its name changed due to it being named after a Confederate soldier.  I hope that you will do all in your power to see that this monument remains in its rightful place. 


Jeff Paulk

Letter To Speaker Adrienne Jones Defending Our Heritage


Speaker Adrienne Jones

17 W. Courtland Street

Suite 210

Bel Air, MD  21014               1/4/21 


Dear Speaker Jones, 

As you are aware, in 1861 James Ryder Randall penned the poem “Maryland, My Maryland” which was adopted as the state song in 1939.  Since 1974, politicians have been trying to have this song replaced. We are sadly living in a time when those who are not knowledgeable of our history are the very ones trying to change and erase it. The anti-South and anti-Confederate crowd has made great strides in this area in recent years. If the truth of our history had been taught in our schools for the past 150+ years instead of the rewritten version, we would not be seeing this cultural genocide of our history taking place, which includes the removal of our monuments, and changing the names of schools, parks and streets. 

I realize that Maryland was not in the Confederacy, but only because Lincoln had the army go in and arrest the State Legislature (19 members anyway) to prevent the state from seceding.  Lincoln waged an illegal and horrendous war against civilians.  His armies murdered, raped, looted, and burned their way across the South, and the song “Maryland, My Maryland” reflects on the atrocities committed by Lincoln. 

Contrary to what we are told, the war had nothing to do with slavery.  If it did, why did the North not first free the more than 429,000 slaves it still held in bondage?  (1860 census).  No, Lincoln invaded the South to force it back into the Union for the continued collection of excessive and unconstitutional tariffs.  The South was paying 85% of the federal revenues and the North would go bankrupt without the South.  The Northern industrialists wanted a war and Lincoln gave them one. 

Instead of tossing our history on the trash heap of ignorance, we should be striving to learn the truth about it and try not to repeat the mistakes made in the past. Cultural Marxism is working hard today to destroy every particle of our history that it deems “offensive” or “racist”.  History must be looked at through the eyes of the time period in which it happened and not through the eyes of today. Only then are we able to grasp the full and correct view of our past. 

Maryland is a beautiful state, and its state song has a real and significant historical meaning. It should not be discarded, but held on to and seen as a testament to what happened, and learned from so that such atrocities will not happen again. 




Jeff Paulk

Letter to Attorney General Alan Wilson Defending Our Heritage

Attorney General Alan Wilson

Rembert Dennis Building

1000 Assembly Street

Room 519

Columbia, SC  29201         1/4/21 

Dear Mr. Attorney General, 

You are attempting to challenge your state’s Heritage Act by eliminating the requirement of a supermajority in the vote to remove any Confederate monuments.  The scalawags and Cultural Marxists, of which you seem to be a member of, are working overtime to destroy every particle of our history. The fact that many Southerners have joined up with this communist movement is particularly sad and offensive.  If the truth of our history were taught, perhaps none of this cultural genocide would be taking place today. 

Our Confederate ancestors fought an illegal invasion to defend their homes, families, and country from Lincoln’s terrorists who murdered, raped, looted, and burned their way across the South, including your state.  The war had nothing to do with slavery, as is taught in our schools and Marxist universities, but was waged to force the legally seceded states back into the Union for the continued collection of excessive and unconstitutional tariffs which went to benefit Northern railroads, industrialists, and bankers. The South was paying 85% of the federal revenues, but getting almost nothing in return. 

The monuments erected to our brave Confederate dead should never be removed, but stand as a testament to a proud people who fought against insurmountable odds for their independence and for the preservation of the Founder’s Republic which Lincoln destroyed. 

If the war was about slavery, as we are taught, why did the North not first free the more than 429,000 slaves still in the Union?  That little fact is mysteriously left out of our “history” books, as are numerous other truths of history, such as free blacks who owned slaves, and the failure of the Radical Republicans in 1864 to pass an amendment to abolish slavery. 

Just as the liberals/communists tried to destroy Christianity and Southern culture in the 19th century, so are they continuing their war today with the same goals in mind.  Southerners who aid in this destruction of our history and culture are traitors to their ancestors and to the principles upon which this country was founded. Assuming that you have Confederate ancestors, what do you think they would say to you today in attempting to remove monuments erected to commemorate their honor, valor, and sacrifice?  


Jeff Paulk

Monday, January 04, 2021

Don't Make a Wish

Dear Make a Wish,

Millions of us who are proud descendants of Confederate soldiers are more than fed up with our heritage and symbols being labelled as "hate" by the historically ignorant.  You seem to have placed yourself into the category of those who are clueless about our history.  NEWS FLASH!  You won't get the truth from schools, universities, the media, Hollywood, PBS, politicians, or the History Channel.  The common narrative that the War of Northern Aggression was "all about slavery" is a fairy tale that has been around since Reconstruction, as is the Lincoln Myth which deifies a tyrant and traitor. 

You have chosen to remove some, if not all, of the Confederate-themed items you had on your website. The "hate" that you claim to oppose is being displayed by the very ones who preach against it. All things are tolerated (BLM, NAACP, Antifa, etc.) except anything do do with Southern or Confederate history and heritage. The cultural Marxists are tearing down Confederate monuments and changing the names of schools, parks, and streets at a blinding pace, and all due to not having a clue about our history. So, let's have a short history lesson here to enlighten you.

1) Lincoln illegally invaded the South to force it back into a union it wanted no part of so he could continue the collection of excessive and unconstitutional tariffs which went only to benefit the North. The South was paying 85% of the federal revenues. This went for "internal improvements" like railroads, industry, and banking. This is called wealth redistribution. Without the South, the North would go bankrupt.

2) The war had nothing to do with slavery.  More than 429,000 slaves were still in the Union AFTER the South seceded.  

Further proof that the war was not about slavery are evidenced in the Corwin Amendment, the Crittenden-Johnson Resolution, as well as Lincoln's own words.

3) Lincoln's Emancipation Proclamation, contrary to popular belief, freed not one solitary slave. Read it.  It was a war measure, as Lincoln himself stated, intended to cause a slave uprising in the South (which did not happen), and to give the false impression to Europe that the Union was waging a "moral campaign" to "end slavery".  Slavery was abolished in December 1865 with the 13th Amendment, not the Emancipation Proclamation.

4) Lincoln countermanded General Freemont's orders in Missouri, returning emancipated slaves to their owners. (But, I thought Lincoln "freed the slaves").

5) Free blacks owned slaves.

6) Union officers owned slaves, but Confederate General Robert E. Lee did not, so what were they fighting for?

This cultural genocide against our Southern heritage is hate-filled and has communist roots.  People need to learn the truth about our history and stop slandering honorable dead soldiers who were defending their homes from Lincoln's terrorists who murdered, raped, looted, and burned their way across the South. I'll not participate in your program until you reverse your anti-Confederate policies.


Jeff Paulk

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