Confederate State Representatives to meet Sunday

Rep. Wenn from Louisiana has sent out an invitation to the Bog to gather the Sunday evening the 23rd at 7 pm. Rep. Wenn states that, “This is some what of an informal gathering, a kick start if you may.”

9 Responses to “Confederate State Representatives to meet Sunday”

  1. nathan flory says:

    Awsome I support you guys

  2. Wm. D. Jones says:

    where is the capitol now/?

  3. james says:

    Mr. Jones,
    There exists no “capitol” for the Confederate States Interim government. Currently there is no physical location for conducting the restoration. The Confederate States government was forced into exile by the current occupying National government, thus forced to vacate its capitol. The restored government will re-establish such physical locations. However each Confederate State interim government will establish a physical location as soon as they are able, with the aid of the citizenry as our cause moves forward.
    James….

    • Mike says:

      You might check with Governor Bentley of Alabama. The state congress has a new State House they use as well as the State Supreme Court. The old Capital building only holds a few offices and is used for tours. It was OUR Capitol in the past.

  4. C J Burmeister Jr says:

    I would like to attend the next meeting.

    Please e-mail me when the next is scheduled.

  5. James Lane says:

    There never was a surrender of the government of the Confederate States of America. The famous surrender by Robert E. Lee was only a surrender of the Northern Virginia Army which he commanded. Several other CSA Generals were still in the field fighting at that time and President Davis was attempting to move his cabinet to Georgia and then on to Texas where it was thought the South could hold out for awhile and perhaps strike back.
    NO, ITS NOT OVER. THE UNITED STATES HAS NEVER OFFERED A PEACE TREATY TO THE CONFEDERATE STATES OF AMERICA AND PRESIDENT JEFFERSON DAVIS NEVER SURRENDERED THE GOVERNMENT OF THE CSA.
    Technically and legally a state of war still exists between the Federal Union (The United States of America) and the Confederate States of America (CSA).

  6. James Lane says:

    But the CSA and the USA have existed since 1865 mostly under a cessation of hostilities except for a few military actions by the USA During the early years of Yankee reconstruction involving military force to replace the existing Southern State Governments with Washington imposed satellite state governments, and such as Eisenhower’s use of military force in Arkansas and Clinton’s attack against the Davidian Church in Waco, Texas.
    An acceptable Peace Treaty would be the Logical and Legal step needed to allow normalization of governmental relations to develop between the two nations today. Such an event, no doubt, would be readily accepted by the International Community in the name of Freedom and Representative Government for the people of the Southland, the Confederate States of America.

  7. James Lane says:

    BE AMONG THE HISTORIC FIRST GROUP OF REAL CONFEDERATES WHO SHALL PARTICIPATE IN THE REBUILDING AND RE-STAFFING OF THE GOVERNMENTS OF OUR CONFEDERATE STATES AND OF OUR NATIONAL GOVERNMENT, THE CONFEDERATE STATES OF AMERICA.
    CONTACT US OR A REGISTRAR IN YOUR STATE FOR AN APPLICATION FOR REGISTERED CSA CITIZENSHIP WHICH ENTITLES YOU TO VOTE.
    ITS TIME TO STOP TALKING AND START DOING! HOWEVER, WE DO NOT ADVOCATE ANY TYPE OF VIOLENCE OR DESTRUCTION OF PROPERTY. RATHER WE SHALL SIMPLY EXECUTE OUR RIGHTS OF SELF GOVERNMENT AS DID OUR FOREFATHERS AGAINST THE BRITISH EMPIRE, AS DID OUR FOREFATHERS AGAINST MARXIST LINCOLN ASSAULT UPON THE SOUTH AND AS SHALL WE AGAINST THE OCCUPYING NATION, FEDERAL UNION OF THE UNITED STATES, AND ITS NEW WORLD ORDER EMPIRE.

  8. Clint Lane says:

    James, you can use my sight until you figure out what happened. It’s http://va-cs-ma.nation2.com/

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