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Free Florida First


An Educational Web Site For the Citizens of the First Coast Community,

The Great State of Florida and the Confederate States of America

Dedicated to Educators, Parents and Students
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An Introduction

Click on the map for a closer look at the Confederacy.

As citizens of the State of Florida and the Confederate States of America, we are privileged to live in a republic that promotes Freedom, Liberty and Decency.

Sadly though, a war of invasion and occupation of our land from the victor of that war has done untold damage to those principles for over 140 years.

Many have endured this erosion of liberty in silence these past generations.

Parents and Students, please pay close attention. Legislators and Educators, please heed these messages.

This is about to change. Details begin on Page 2
 

What's Your Opinion?

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Do you support the provisos of the Naturalization Act of 1790 passed by the first Congress of the U.S. shown below?


     "Provided, That the right of citizenship shall not descend to persons whose fathers have never been resident in the United States.


    Provided also, That no person heretofore proscribed by any state, shall be admitted a citizen as aforesaid, except by an act of the legislature of the state in which such person was proscribed."

The Naturalization Act of 1790
  Yes, I support these exceptions
  No, I don't support them
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The Lincoln Mythology is Born March 4th, 2011 marked the 150th Anniversary of Abraham Lincoln’s inauguration as President of the United States. Lincoln idolators and court ‘historians’ are certain to gush forth with fluff and flowery prose about how Lincoln “saved the Union” and “freed the slaves” when history shows that he did neither -- in fact, he did just the opposite,

This is the mythology that was erected after his death and which has been compounded for over a century since in support of the ambitions of the centralizers, those who support the nationalist empire and the belief that all principles must be sacrificed on the alter of the elite's pursuit of wealth.

Read teh full story.

Union Dissolving?The Federal House & Senate passed HR 1338 requiring forced servitude of citizens to the Federal government. Both the New Hampshire and South Carolina State sovereignty resolutions forbid this, The New Hampshire resolution even stated that such a law passed by Congress or enacted by Executive order would return any delegated powers back to the individual states and nullify the compact which created the United States of America.

Now, let's see if they meant it!

Read New Hampshire HCR 6

Defending Our Nation Great wars have been as landmarks in the progress of nations, measuring-points of growth or decay. As crucibles they test the characters of peoples. Whether or not there is fibre to bear the crush of battle, and the strain of long contest:--not only in this determined; but also another matter, of yet more serious import, and of deeper interest to the student of history and to a questioning posterity.

The grave investigator of to-day, searches the past to know whether man is of such character, whether the causes for which he has fought are such, that the future is always to be dark with "wars and rumors of war"

DefederalizationThis is political blog on the state of our union: why it's too strong, stifling our dreams and trampling our freedoms.

So what can we do?

DEFEDERALIZE!
"The powers not delegated to the United States by the Constitution, nor prohibited by it to the States, are reserved for the States respectively, or to the people."

- Article X of the Bill of Rights
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Why Reform is Impossible FLLoS News Service
11 January 2010 AD

For Immediate Release

Many citizens rightly understand that the united States are presently in a crisis and they are desparately looking for a path toward reform. But, it is equally important to realise that reform is no longer a viable option. The following 12 statements paint a bleak but accurate picture:

  1. The United States Constitution, for all practical purposes, is irrelevant because it can mean anything a federal judge or a politician says it means.
  2. The federal government is utterly unaccountable to the people, and no mechanism exists for checking it.
  3. The ballot box has been compromised and no longer offers the prospect of meaningful change.
  4. Even if the election process had not been compromised, no real choice exists as long as the two major parties are in control and in competition with each other.
  5. Third party ballot access is almost impossible to achieve and maintain.
  6. Voters in large blocs, especially those who profit from the policies of the current regime--legal and illegal immigrants, Social Security recipients, minority interest groups, ad others who benefit from public spending--have a vested interest in legislating toward their exclusinve wants or at the very least, preserving the status quo in their favor.
  7. Major media outlets, the 'fourth branch of government,' control the flow of information and allow no real expression of dissent. They use a rhetorical device to assume proposition X is a good or a bad thing in their discussion of proposition X and never admit that its value judgment is open to question. Their articles and opinions never define proposition X, allowing them therefore, to apply the proposition wherever it sees fit.
  8. The people are afraid of losing their tenuous hold on prosperity and personal peace by 'rocking the boat.'
  9. The USA PATRIOT Act and the Department of Homeland Security have undermined the Bill of Rights in the name of national security and provide the blueprint for a police state in the US. Dissent is squelched through labelling it 'terrorism.'
  10. Huge annual federal deficits and the accumulated national debt have mortgaged the wealth of future generations and will have to be repudiated.
  11. The Left took the offensive at least fifty years ago and has held it, and the momentum, ever since.
  12. Serious problems of scale exist. With only one representative in the House to approximately 708,000 citizens and no representation of the States in the Senate (due to the 17th Amendment), the people would be justified in saying, 'No taxation without representation.

The League of the South invites all Southerners to join with us in returning our beloved states to their rightful sovereign and independent status given to them by our Revolutionary Fathers.

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