The Civil War did not end in 1865!!
Contrary to popular belief, the Civil War did not end on April 9, 1865. The terrible bloodletting did end at that time but that was just ROUND ONE of the conflict.
After 1870, the belligerent CONfederates were ordered by the Jesuit general in Rome to make the reconquest of the Papal States their top priority....To accomplish this they would need the vast resources of the united nation . . . plus the help of millions of Roman Catholic immigrants from Europe.
All the wars that have been fought in history went on for several centuries. Unless the losing side is completely destroyed, they will come back to fight and fight again.
The Romans—the premier warlike state in the ancient world—understood this perfectly and they always tried to completely annihilate their foes.
Due to the overwhelming military power of the Union, and the fact that Great Britain was not coming to their rescue, the CONfederates were FORCED to quit fighting and surrender to general U.S. Grant on April 9, 1865.
CONfederate colonies in Mexico
As the war ended, the CONfederates had one last card left to play....Emperor Maximilian still had 30,000 soldiers in Mexico and the CONfederates hoped to join them there and continue the war from that country.
About a dozen generals and thousands of soldiers fled south to Mexico in a vain hope of continuing the war from there. Here are just 2 of the most notorious.
The rebel president, Jefferson Davis, was actually arrested while fleeing south to join this colony in Mexico....Of course all the generals and their soldiers were expelled from Mexico when the Maximilain empire fell.
The downfall of the Maximilian empire in Mexico
There were 2 main reasons for the downfall of the Maximilian empire in Mexico.
When ROUND ONE of the Civil War was over, President Johnson and Secretary of State William Seward strictly adhered to President Lincoln's policy of no military interference in Mexico.
In 1867, General Grant ordered general Sheridan to the United States -Mexican border with 42,000 veterans of the Civil War and that show of force was enough to cause Napoleon III to end the Mexican invasion:
Prussia studied Civil War battle tactics
Like other nations, the Prussians had many observers in the U.S. during the Civil War. They were very favorably impressed by 3 Union innovations. They were:
When France declared war on Prussia in August 1870, the Prussian army used the new tactics to great effect. In a matter of months they had Paris surrounded and France was forced to surrender. This victory led to the loss of the Papal States and the final unification of Italy after 1,000 years of Papal usurpation.
Another reason for the lightning Prussian victory was the sad state of the French army after the Mexican debacle.
CONfederates became friendly to the U.S. after 1870!!
The CONfederates actually became very friendly to the United States after the fall of the Papal States in 1870.
The reason for this is plain to see and it was not because President Lincoln had asked that they be shown mercy instead of a hangman's rope or a firing squad.
They knew that they had to keep their boss in Rome from losing his throne completely....No Pope in Rome meant no Bull of Pope Alexander VI and no reason to destroy the Union.
After this momentous date, they set about to capture the U.S. government from within, and use the great wealth and military power of the Union to restore the fallen idol to his throne in Rome.
The first CONfederate to become President was Teddy Roosevelt in 1901. He was the nephew of commerce raider shipbuilder James D. Bulloch.
All the CONfederates were forgiven for their treason . . . except Bulloch....He was never allowed to set foot in the U.S. and died in Liverpool, England in 1901.
Theodore Roosevelt became President of the United States after the assassination of President McKinley in 1901. Harvard educated Teddy Roosevelt became President when Civil War hero President William McKinley was assassinated.
Rough Rider Roosevelt became a war hero in the Spanish-U.S. war when he charged up San Juan Hill with guns blazing.
His father wasn't so gung-ho during the Civil War because he paid $300.00 for a substitute to fight for him.
The Spanish-U.S. war opened the way to the White House for CONfederate Roosevelt as a war hero!!
The CONfederates control the Pentagon!!
The CONfederates have CONNED the entire nation into believing that their military is "United States" . . . instead of CONfederate!!
Ground was broken for the CONstruction of the Pentagon on Sept. 11, 1941, during the administration of another Roosevelt—Franklin Delano Roosevelt or FDR as he is commonly called.
Russia is their final target before they can resume the Civil War and their mad dream to annex the United States to Mexico.
Copyright © 2008 by Niall Kilkenny