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             Brotherhood of the Gray
                          2 April 2013 

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By George McCullum
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The CSA News Letter must mean more then merely a brief rendition of the day’s news, but rather a proclamation of brotherhood, and yes for our female readers, a sisterhood.  It is a spirit which bonds us together for a lifetime, as warriors of a just cause, an embedded sense of faith, duty, honor, and loyalty that transcends any superficial differences.  This Brotherhood of the Gray must transcend even the passing of so many generations, since the surrender of our Confederate Armies.
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We stand together, bound not in a Union, but in a trust, a trust against that glorious day, when ‘Deo Vindice’, {God Will Vindicate}, means more to us then a cliché handed down from our forefathers, of the Confederate States of America.  While our options for overt action to liberate our nation remains limited at present, we can and must as a Brotherhood, keep as it were, the flame alive, and rekindle the fires of opposition against involuntary bondage to tyranny, regardless of the seemingly benign wrappings, in which it may be clock.
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The Confederate Cause and all that it means to be Confederate and Southern must be renewed in our hearts, our history, heritage, culture and our nationhood.  We shall stand upon these principles based upon our faith in the Almighty God, in Christ Jesus, the Holy Scripture and Prayer, and Scriptural based families, having divinely inspired bonds.  A foundation based the home, family, community, State and nation!  The Holy Commandments of Almighty God, exemplified in the Ten Commandments, written on the fleshy tablets of our hearts, and not merely on stone.
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If we are to survive as a separate and distinct culture, the Southern People must abandon the example and the teachings of the Yankees, this includes but is not limited to their music, customs and manner of dress.  Their popular culture craves Rap Music, which is not music in the truest sense of the word, but rather a cultic chant, and their dancing is like unto the worship heaped upon the idols gods of ancient Rome.  And if I mention the pagan manner of their dress, I’d be pegged a bigot, which pretty much describes their opinion of devout Christians.
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Deo Vindice!
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