Home > Uncategorized > Lincoln’s Legacy to Civilians – LewRockwell.com….. ~ “…Lincoln made a decision to unleash the military forces of the Union Army against Southern civilians. It began in the summer of 1864, when he authorized Sheridan’s forces to burn the farms of civilians in the Shenandoah Valley. This was the origin of the modern war of terror on civilians….”

Lincoln’s Legacy to Civilians – LewRockwell.com….. ~ “…Lincoln made a decision to unleash the military forces of the Union Army against Southern civilians. It began in the summer of 1864, when he authorized Sheridan’s forces to burn the farms of civilians in the Shenandoah Valley. This was the origin of the modern war of terror on civilians….”

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EXCERPT !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! ……

……It was understood by Europeans in 1648 that the bloodshed would have to de-escalate. Europe would have to go back to what it was before 1618, where the rights of civilians would be respected.

BREAKING THIS TRADITION

This tradition was honored until 1864. Then, Lincoln made a decision to unleash the military forces of the Union Army against Southern civilians.

It began in the summer of 1864, when he authorized Sheridan’s forces to burn the farms of civilians in the Shenandoah Valley.

This was the origin of the modern war of terror on civilians. Sherman’s troops dug up railroad tracks, placing them in the proximity of trees, and heating them, so that they could be hammered into “Sherman’s neckties” around the trees.

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