Defending Southern History
The history of the War for Southern Independence has been told in our history books, in our schools and in the liberal media from the perspective of the Northern/Federal Government for the last 140+ years.
They have attempted to put a humanitarian face on the needless deaths of over 700,000 Americans by telling you only the selected parts of history that support the lie that the war was all about slavery.
There is much more to the story than you know. You owe it to yourself to educate yourself about the rest of the story.
Contrary to popular belief, slavery WAS NOT the primary cause for the war. States' rights and taxation issues are not mentioned today, but these were the true causes. Slavery was used as a good excuse.
The War for Southern Independence was caused by many factors but the primary cause was the thirst for money and power by Lincoln and his Northern Industrialist supporters.
In 1860, Southern tariffs accounted for approximately 80% of the Federal governments' revenue. It was to insure this flow of money from the South that Lincoln sacrificed the lives of over 700,000 Americans.
This link will give you access to the side of the story you have not heard, as well as resources to allow you to further explore this important part of our country's history. Check it out!