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Some History Is Politically Incorrect On Facebook
« on: October 10, 2020, 10:47:44 am »
Some History Is Politically Incorrect On Facebook

This morning I tried to post quotes on a Facebook Group on sons and daughters of Confederates from a report on a skirmish in 1864 in Arkansas between the 5th Kansas Cavalry and the 2nd Arkansas Confederate Cavalry, when I got this error message: "You can't post this
This URL goes against our Community Standards on spam."

This is not the only post of mine that Facebook has censored. This post today that was censored was on Family History, about a skirmish in Arkansas in which a relative's horse was shot.      What is even more politically incorrect for fascist Facebook is that this relative whose horse was shot was my Pyron grandfather, when he was about 18.  He said in his Confederate Pension Application that he was not in any major battles but was in a few skirmishes. Probably his Captain Hawkins included him with the horse holders during the battles of Poison Spring and Mark's Mill during the 1864 Campaign to drive the Federals out of Arkansas.  The Confederates in Arkansas were never really defeated.  He said his regiment was on patrol on the Red River when they got word of Lee's Surrender and they all went home.  They were not defeated in battle. They did not formally  surrender.  They just went home. 
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Re: Some History Is Politically Incorrect On Facebook
« Reply #1 on: October 29, 2020, 01:42:51 pm »
Some History Is Politically Incorrect On Facebook

This morning I tried to post quotes on a Facebook Group on sons and daughters of Confederates from a report on a skirmish in 1864 in Arkansas between the 5th Kansas Cavalry and the 2nd Arkansas Confederate Cavalry, when I got this error message: "You can't post this
This URL goes against our Community Standards on spam."

This is not the only post of mine that Facebook has censored. This post today that was censored was on Family History, about a skirmish in Arkansas in which a relative's horse was shot.      What is even more politically incorrect for fascist Facebook is that this relative whose horse was shot was my Pyron grandfather, when he was about 18.  He said in his Confederate Pension Application that he was not in any major battles but was in a few skirmishes. Probably his Captain Hawkins included him with the horse holders during the battles of Poison Spring and Mark's Mill during the 1864 Campaign to drive the Federals out of Arkansas.  The Confederates in Arkansas were never really defeated.  He said his regiment was on patrol on the Red River when they got word of Lee's Surrender and they all went home.  They were not defeated in battle. They did not formally  surrender.  They just went home.
Interesting.
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Re: Some History Is Politically Incorrect On Facebook
« Reply #2 on: October 29, 2020, 07:47:41 pm »
Some History Is Politically Incorrect On Facebook

This morning I tried to post quotes on a Facebook Group on sons and daughters of Confederates from a report on a skirmish in 1864 in Arkansas between the 5th Kansas Cavalry and the 2nd Arkansas Confederate Cavalry, when I got this error message: "You can't post this
This URL goes against our Community Standards on spam."

This is not the only post of mine that Facebook has censored. This post today that was censored was on Family History, about a skirmish in Arkansas in which a relative's horse was shot.      What is even more politically incorrect for fascist Facebook is that this relative whose horse was shot was my Pyron grandfather, when he was about 18.  He said in his Confederate Pension Application that he was not in any major battles but was in a few skirmishes. Probably his Captain Hawkins included him with the horse holders during the battles of Poison Spring and Mark's Mill during the 1864 Campaign to drive the Federals out of Arkansas.  The Confederates in Arkansas were never really defeated.  He said his regiment was on patrol on the Red River when they got word of Lee's Surrender and they all went home.  They were not defeated in battle. They did not formally  surrender.  They just went home.
Interesting.
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