Banners of a Nation
The banner of a people and nation can only wave as high and as proud as the hearts of those it represents. The Confederate States Third National and the Confederate States Navy Jack officially represent the Southern People. Unofficially - by wide acceptance - we include the Confederate Battle Flag, with its variations and sizes. But beyond these stand the symbols emblazoned upon each of these flags: the starry Cross of Saint Andrew, otherwise known as the Southern Cross.
Across the face of Europe and throughout more then a millennia, Saint Andrews Cross and our Rebel Yell have marked our travels. Our present day conquerors, like the Romans, will one day pass away! When their empire is dust, the starry cross of Saint Andrew will once again fly high over beautify Southern skies.
Our Confederate Banner remains the thorn in the side of our occupation forces, the roadblock to complete assimilation and extinction. Below its furls, any differences our people may find within their own numbers, pale beneith its furls. In the latter part of the 20th century, our Southern banner flew proudly above Confederate troops in Vietnam, Poland, Moscow, Berlin and the Persian Gulf Wars: its image censored from mass media footage, lest it offend.
"But I will remove far off from you, the northern army, and will drive him into a land barren and desolate, with his face toward the east sea, and his hinder part toward the utmost sea, and his stink shall come up, and his ill savour shall come up..." [Joel 2:20.]
"Obstacles may retard, but they cannot long prevent the progress of a movement sanctified by its justice, and sustained by a virtuous people ." --- Jefferson Davis