The Great Impersonator! 99 Reasons to Dislike Abraham Lincoln

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If you think Abraham Lincoln was a likeable person, think again! The truth is that unless you're a dictator, a socialist, a racist, a warmonger, an outlaw, a sexist, or a left-wing progressive, you won't find much about him that's admirable. Our 19th-Century American ancestors would certainly have agreed with this assessment. This is why, after all, they voted him the worst U.S. president up until that time, and it's why even his own party members and military officers called him a "tyrant," "swindler," ...
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If you think Abraham Lincoln was a likeable person, think again! The truth is that unless you're a dictator, a socialist, a racist, a warmonger, an outlaw, a sexist, or a left-wing progressive, you won't find much about him that's admirable. Our 19th-Century American ancestors would certainly have agreed with this assessment. This is why, after all, they voted him the worst U.S. president up until that time, and it's why even his own party members and military officers called him a "tyrant," "swindler," "monster," "buffoon," "butcher," "fiend," the "original gorilla," "filthy story-teller," "robber," "braggart," "liar," "usurper," "ignoramus," "scoundrel," "well-meaning baboon," and "that damned idiot in the White House!" Naturally the Lincoln-loving, liberal controlled media and educational system would rather you not know any of this. For those who are interested in the truth, award-winning Southern author, historian, and Lincoln scholar Lochlainn Seabrook has written "The Great Impersonator! 99 Reasons to Dislike Abraham Lincoln." Here, among Seabrook's 99 well researched footnoted entries, you will find stunning little known facts about our sixteenth chief executive, facts that have been buried for 150 years beneath a mountain of Northern mythology. Why were they concealed? Because exposing the real man exposes the truth that his liberal devotees are still trying so hard to suppress: President Lincoln waged an illegal war on the Constitution and states' rights; he invaded a legally formed foreign nation (the Confederacy) that only wished to be left alone; he committed countless brutal crimes against both unarmed American citizens and his own soldiers; and he campaigned his entire life to have all American blacks "sent back to Africa, to their own native land," as he so inelegantly put it. Never heard of any of this? Now you know why Mr. Seabrook rightly calls him, not the Great Emancipator, but the Great Impersonator! Get the inside scoop on the authentic Abraham Lincoln in this, the author's fourth work on the big government liberal who intentionally surrounded himself with Marxists, gangsters, anti-abolitionists, and fellow white supremacists and separatists. Discover the real reason he was called "Honest Abe," why he referred to all non-whites as "inferior races," and why when it came to blacks, former Northern slave Frederick Douglass said that Lincoln was missing "the genuine spark of humanity." An attractive, unique, affordable, and tourist-friendly work that will appeal to both Civil War buffs and historical educators alike, "The Great Impersonator! 99 Reasons to Dislike Abraham Lincoln" is the perfect addition to any retail outlet, including not only bookstores, but Civil War sites, historic houses, museum gift stores, antique shops, B&Bs, tack shops, motorcycle shops, and gun stores. Lochlainn Seabrook, winner of the prestigious Jefferson Davis Historical Gold Medal, is the sixth great-grandson of the Earl of Oxford and the author of over thirty popular adult and children's books. A seventh-generation Kentuckian of Appalachian heritage-who is known as the "American Robert Graves" after his celebrated English cousin-Seabrook is an unreconstructed Southern historian and poet with a thirty-year background in the War for Southern Independence and Confederate studies and biography. He is a member of the Sons of Confederate Veterans and the National Grange, and lives with his wife and family in historic Middle Tennessee, the heart of the Confederacy. Seabrook's other titles include: "A Rebel Born: A Defense of Nathan Bedford Forrest"; "Everything You Were Taught About the Civil War is Wrong, Ask a Southerner!"; "Honest Jeff and Dishonest Abe: A Southern Children's Guide to the Civil War"; and "Encyclopedia of the Battle of Franklin."
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  • ISBN-13: 9780985863227
  • Publisher: Sea Raven Press
  • Publication date: 10/23/2012
  • Pages: 120
  • Product dimensions: 5.50 (w) x 8.50 (h) x 0.28 (d)

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