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This Letter was originally posted on the Nathan Bedford Forrest Forum on face book.


Dear Sir, This letter is being sent to you as a means to express my concerns about the decisions being made with regard to the Forrest Bust in the Tennessee capital building. My ancestor is Nathan Bedford Forrest. If you could take the time to research the man; you will find a man of 1820-1880 values, loyal to his wife and family, hardworking, fair, a man who was never convicted of a crime, a man who able to change with the times. I would like to give reasons that the bust should stay in the Capital. Nathan Bedford Forrest was born in Tennessee on the then American frontier, with very little formal education, he rose to become a leading citizen, he was served as a sheriff, coroner, elected 3 times as Memphis Alderman, and a 1868 delegate to the Democratic National Convention. He volunteered to serve in the army of the State of Tennessee. During that time this man with no military training developed tact…
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American Revolution about slavery


The Confederate Flag is heritage the US Flag is hate.  The “Founding Fathers" founded the US on slavery. A desire to protect the institution of slavery not “Liberty” is what drove the patriots to seek independence from the free country of the United Kingdom. (1770s UK was freer than the Victorian empire.)I was New England not the South that created racism in North America as Patricia Bradly states in her book Slavery, Propaganda, and the American Revolution, "In a Puritain worldwher symbolwas considered a godly mode of communication, the [racial] color black was itself a symbol of evil."Jefferson Davis president of the Confederate States of America once said, “Truth crushed to earth is truth still and like a seed will rise again.”


Gerald Horne in his book The Counter-Revolution of 1776 says, ‘ this may have curdled the emergent idea of “American” separateness verging on "indendency” in a brew of pre-existent anti-London and anti-Ne…
The Confederacy was a Christian Country The civil War was about the idea of a Christian people separating from a humanist government. THE US was Humanist and the CSA was Christian.
the United States states in the in the beginning of the constitution, "We the people"never mentioningthe Lord once in the whole document and the country was founded , exists and will continue as a humanistic government as the USSR was founded.JOHN FEA in article 'The Confederacy's "Christian Nation"' for Pathos 'Benjamin Morgan Palmer, the minister of the First Presbyterian Church of New Orleans, called it [the CSA Constitution] “a truly Christian patriot’s prayer.” He blasted the “perilous atheism” of the U.S. Constitution, adding that its framers had been too tinctured with the kind of “free-thinking” and “infidel spirit” that was often associated with the “horror of the French Revolution.”' (https://www.patheos.com/resources/additional-resources/2011/04/confederacys…
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The Civil War was about Slav-er
The War of American Aggression was over nothing to do with America. the war has been stated as a region seeking autonomy, but there is a quote from President Lincoln saying that he supported regional autonomy. Roger K. Broxton of Andalusia, president of the Confederate Heritage Fund said, "There is no proof of Lincoln ever declaring the war was fought to abolish slavery, and without such an official statement, the war-over-slavery teaching remains a complete lie and offensive hate speech that divides Americans, as is being done now by the media and politicians regarding the Confederate flag in South Carolina." (https://www.al.com/opinion/index.ssf/2015/06/war-over-slavery_rhetoric_is_i.html retrived Februar 14, 2019) this idea demands that there must be outside interference.

It may not have been the Southerners notion to secede.“On the United States side, the British fostering of and of support of the Confederacy, and their well-known plans, p…
“On the United States side, the British fostering of and of support of the Confederacy, and their well-known plans, pending successful outcome of the secession, to further fragment and subdivide the Union, need no elaboration.”
Konstantin George wrote in his article “The US-Russian Entente that Saved the Union," (Konstantin George “The US-Russian Entente that Saved the Union, ”The Campaigner Vo1.11 No.5 July1978) In a separate article he wrote, "The cornerstone of Britain’s operational policy, from no later than 1860 on, was to dismember both the United States and Russia."(https://hwaairfan.wordpress.com/2015/04/25/american-civil-war-when-russia-blocked-british-led-intervention-against-the-union/) The New York times article "Our Visit to Richmond," August 15,1864  states the the reporter J. R. GILMORE saying
"... we think Union essential to peace...could two people, with the same language separated by only an imaginary line, live at peace with each oth…