Date: Thu, 17 Mar 2011
Subject: PROGRAM OF RESURRECTION FOR THE CONFEDERATE STATES OF AMERICA
The government of the CSA is being resurrected and re-staffed.
Initiated by the Constitutional Court Order of the Confederation of States, the Justices of the Constitutional Court and based upon the requirements of the ratified 1861 Constitution of the Confederate States of America the Justices have sworn each other in as Registered CSA Citizens and they shall, in turn, shall swear in the other.
The State provisional Governor/Chairman shall appoint staff and State CSA Registrars in their Southern State and swear them in as Registered CSA Citizens. These shall, in turn, take applications, evaluate them, and, where applicants are deemed eligible from their applications and papers, submit their applications to your State’s Sec. of State and or State Clerk of registration to Registrar for their C.S.A. Citizenship Certificate according to their State of birth or residence.
The State CSA Registrars may, when necessary, appoint regional or district or County CSA Registrars to assist in the registration process.
Once enough (1% or more) Citizens are recruited within a State, the Registered CSA Citizens of a State may then hold a State Constitutional Convention to elect a official (permanent) provisional CSA Governor and two Delegates and at least one alternate to represent their State at the National Re-Staffing Convention of the Confederate States of America.
The National Registrar shall have the responsibility of maintaining an electronic database record of all of the Registered CSA Citizens from all of the States and Territories involved.
The National Convention of the Delegates from the Confederate State Governments shall be held when State Conventions are complete and shall be called by the Chief Justice of the Constitutional Court after at least seven (7) States shall have resurrected their State Confederate Governments who shall also send two delegates to the national Convention. The Chief Justice shall preside and after the approval by the Delegates of a Provisional Constitution of the CSA, the Delegates will be sworn in by the Chief Justice as Senators.
The Senate shall immediately convene in the name of the Provisional Government of the CSA and under the chair held by the Chief Justice, the Senators shall elect a Provisional President and Vice-President. After these two officers are sworn in by the Chief Justice, the Vice President shall assume the Chair over the Senate relieving the Chief Justice.
The Senate of the Provisional Government of the CSA shall then consider the proposed updates and revisions to the CSA Constitution of 1861 as presented by the Constitutional Court. The Senate should appoint a Committee of three Senators to work with the Constitutional Court on these updates and revisions. Once the Senate votes 2/3rds to Certify a body of updates and revisions for the ratification process, then those update and revision proposals will be mailed or hand delivered to the Provisional Confederate Governors of each Confederate State involved in the Certification for ratification or rejection with a time limit of 90 days from the date of mailing or hand delivery.
Meanwhile, the Provisional President shall work on a list of key people needed to fill bureaucratic positions which should be staffed as soon as practical on a token pay basis such as;
Provisional Secretary of State
Secretary of the Treasury
Provisional Attorney General
Provisional Secretary of War (Militia)
Provisional Secretary of Commerce
Provisional Secretary of Communications (Radio, TV)
Once the updates and revisions are ratified by 3/4ths of the States the ratified Constitution of the Confederate States of America have been received by the Secretary of State, the President shall declare the revisions in effect. General Elections for Congress shall be scheduled within sixty (60) days or sooner after ratification.
After General Elections, the Senate shall then vote for a full term President and Vice President of the Confederate States of America to each serve a six (6) year term. The President will not be eligible to be elected again until another President has served a six (6) term. A Vice President may be elected to serve as President following the term of the President he served under. After inaugurations of the President and Vice Present by the Chief Justice of the Constitutional Court, the Vice President shall assume his position as President of the Senate and the Triumvirate shall be terminated.
This Government of the Confederate States of America and the various State CSA Governments shall function under occupation until a Peace Treaty is agreed upon, signed and ratified with the United States of America which includes termination of occupation by the United States. The various governmental offices of the CSA shall not be within the jurisdiction of the Courts of the United States to control, but the Citizens and officers in said CSA government must obey the laws of the occupying nation so long as occupation continues.
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Friday, March 18, 2011
The South is Rising Again
Posted by Gen. JC Christian, Patriot
The Chief Justice of The Confederate States of America (under occupation) sent me the following communique. The last paragraph brought tears to my eyes.
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