by Paul Jones
The post-W.W. II era, that has involved the process of the final takeover of U.S. society and government by Z.O.G., has often been termed the “Second Reconstruction” as far as the South goes.
As all are aware, there was a seemingly powerful and entrenched Southern power structure involving an alliance between whites of the upper and upper-middle classes with those whites in the lower and lower-middle classes throughout the times of the segregation laws established once the Union armies left occupation of the South by 1876. There had been hordes of Carpetbaggers-Northerners, some of them Jews, who had come down to the South to take advantage of the confusion and turmoil caused by the disastrous defeat of the South in the Civil War. There had also been a good number of Scalawags-Southern whites who had “sold their souls to the Devil” and joined the Carpetbaggers in the…
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