Dead Confederates, A Civil War Era Blog

“the only way i will allow a yankee to live. . . .”

Posted in Memory by Andy Hall on January 10, 2014

James Montgomery-Ryan is a young man with a dream, and it’s on a schedule:

when i see those images i see….the honor of our occupied nation and the other 2 images make me fightin mad an makes me want ta liberate dixie an take the war to the enemy an wipe the yankee scum from the face of the earth
im half blooded cheyenne and full blooded confederate and i can blame the yankees easily and subject them to the pain and suffering that my people have endured…im sick of the yankees occupying my country and if the yankees dont leave the confederacy by the end of july 2014 i will make sure that the yankees will be wiped from the earth because i will no longer stand yankee occupation or the yankee government selling confederate land to the chinese and russians will not stand
the only way i will allow a yankee to live will be if he/she swears alligance to the confederacy and serves for 10 years with distinction in the confederate army otherwise the only other choices are exile or death by firing squad

I wonder if Charles Goodson knows about this potential recruit for his New Confederate Army.



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  1. crprod said, on January 10, 2014 at 8:38 pm

    I guess when he and Goodson have polished off the Yankees, they can take up the cause of the White Russians. Perhaps that’s so important, they should take it up first.

    • Andy Hall said, on January 10, 2014 at 8:40 pm

      For what it’s worth, Goodson tries to make clear that he’s not about violent uprising. For all his vivid imagination, Goodson doesn’t seems to have homicidal fantasies.

  2. M.D. Blough said, on January 10, 2014 at 10:56 pm

    Mr. Montgomery-Ryan is pathetically deluded if he believes that Native Americans would have fared any better if the Confederacy had prevailed. Who does he think dominated the federal government and dictated policy towards Native Americans during the Antebellum Era? Slave state Democrats and their northern allies. He really better study the history of the First and Second Seminole Wars, especially the latter,described by the Florida Dept of State website as “The Second Seminole War (1835-1842), usually referred to as the Seminole War proper, was the fiercest war waged by the U.S. government against American Indians. The United States spent more than $20 million fighting the Seminoles. The war left more than 1,500 soldiers and uncounted American civilians dead. And the obvious duplicity of the U.S. government’s tactics marred Indian-white relations throughout the country for future generations.” The Second Seminole War resulted from some Seminole’s refusal to recognize the treaty ending the first war and to submit to relocation in Oklahoma. The Second Seminole War began during Andrew Jackson’s administration. Jackson also defied U.S. Supreme Court decision in his forcible removal of Native American tribes from the Southeastern US. The Trail of Tears wasn’t some Northern/Yankee plot (the northern whites were no better, though).

    The Confederates were following a very traditional pattern in American history, going back to pre-Revolutionary War times. The weaker white combatant group would put out feelers to Native Americans to get needed help. If they prevailed, they promptly ignored any and all promises made and turned on their erstwhile allies.

    • Andy Hall said, on January 11, 2014 at 5:07 pm

      Mr. Montgomery-Ryan has larger concerns than a lack of understanding about U.S. policy toward indigenous peoples in the 19th century.

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