Fred: General Lee Had It Figured Out


Enjoy today.

The Reconstruction and related aspects of the aftermath will be most unpleasant.

10 responses to “Fred: General Lee Had It Figured Out

  1. thesouthwasrght

    To this day General Lee is still the only cadet to have never obtained a demerit while at West Point. He was a gentleman of the highest order. Too much so. He also opined after the war that they had wasted an asset so valuable as to have possibly changed the outcome: Nathan Bedford Forrest.

    • Grey Ghost

      It appears Gen Robert E. Lee is right on both counts, U.S. empire and decline, and Gen Nathan Bedford Forrest being the best General of the Confederacy.

      Grey Ghost


    The landmark Warren Court decision of Brown vs. The Board of Education gave the FEDGOV the way to breach Fred’s “American Confederacy of 1950.” From there it was a short hop, skip, and jump to FEDGOV encroachment on every aspect of every human’s life whether they were a home-owner in Alabama, or working a rice paddy in South Viet Nam. It will continue until some nation or group has had enough.

    • Randall Flagg

      Actually, I’d say it happened 12 years earlier (1942) in Wickard v. Filburn. I implore people to read that case. The underlying facts are not difficult to understand.

      Filburn, a farmer in Ohio, was growing wheat to feed animals on his own farm. The U.S. government had established limits on wheat production based on acreage owned by a farmer, in order to stabilize wheat prices and supplies. In 1941 Filburn grew more than the limits permitted and he was ordered to pay a penalty of $117.11. He claimed his wheat was not sold in interstate commerce and so the penalty could not apply to him.

      The Supreme Court interpreted the U.S. Constitution’s Commerce Clause under Article 1 Section 8, which permits Congress “to regulate Commerce with foreign Nations, and among the several States, and with the Indian Tribes.” The Court decided that Filburn’s wheat growing activities reduced the amount of wheat he would buy for animal feed on the open market, which is traded nationally (interstate), and is therefore within the purview of the Commerce Clause.

      Or, in other words, there ain’t nuttin under the sun that isn’t subject to Fed.guv.

      • Jimmy the Saint

        Yeah, that one ranks high on the list of Supreme Court’s doozy decisions. It is a prime example of how the desired outcome is selected, then the argument is framed to get to the correct result.

  3. Fuck Fred, and the horse he rode in on.

  4. “Washington, New York’s front-store operation”. Good, Fred. Just one more step and you’re there: Jew York. Specifically, the Rothschild/Warburg “Federal Reserve” and its attendant Wall Street rackets. So the key date would be 24 December, 1913, not “1950”. And the White Western Civilization-destroying World War which, thus financed, broke out 7 months later.

  5. Alfred E. Neuman

    Reblogged this on FOR GOD AND COUNTRY.

  6. One thing leads to another…..

    ( United Nations Infantry Battalion Manuals for Peacekeepers
    Part 1, 190 pages. Part 2, 338 pages. )