What The Grey Hat Represents


The Grey Hat represents atonement for a mistake. The War of Northern Aggression was a failure of populace to recognise federal posturing. The wicked South did not adhere to social standards, and so they had to be put in line. They were a liability to the illusion of control that needed to arise for a more efficient governance of sheeple to occur. The South was a free-radical. The Grey represents a kind of self-governance and rebellion that a globalist must always despise.


And A Tip Of The Hat to Seawulf at Renegade

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6 thoughts on “What The Grey Hat Represents

  1. Yes, MIssouri was a Confederate state and the 12th state of the Dixie Republic. When Lincoln’s troops attacked the people fought back to defend themselves and their families. The ‘Civil’ war had nothing to do with slavery as the filthy lying jews and libtards shit out their lies about.

    The following document which was authored by Missouri legislator, George Graham Vest, demonstrates that the primary motive for secession of the State of Missouri, was to protect the lives of it’s citizens (Men, women and Children). Gen. Nathaniel Lyon, Lincoln’s official representative, made it clear that before he would “concede to the State of Missouri for one single instant the right to dictate to my government in any matter.., I would see you… and every man, woman, and child in the State, dead, and buried.” Lyon then rasped out, “This means war. In an hour one of my officers will call for you and conduct you [referring to Governor Jackson, Gen. Price, and Governor’s aid, Thomas Snead] out of my lines.” Lyon’s actions show he held no importance to the U.S. Constitution, the delegation of rights attributed to the States and it’s people. Furthermore, he threatened the lives of all it’s citizens as well as declaring war on a pro-Union State, forcing it to take necessary emergency measures. As Thomas Snead later wrote in his book, “Fight For Missouri”, these actions were a rebellion against the State, and we might add, against the Constitution of the United States.

    In all their motley array there was hardly a uniform to be seen, and then, and throughout all the brilliant campaign on which they were about to enter there was nothing to distinguish their officers, even a general, from the men in the ranks, save a bit of red flannel, or a piece of cotton cloth, fastened to the shoulder, or to the arm, of the former. But for all that they were the truest and best of soldiers. Many of them, when just emerging from endured to the dangers and privations of the wilderness; and many had engaged in the hot strife which had ensanguined the prairies of Kansas…

    Among them there was hardly a man who could not read and write, and who was not more intelligent than the great mass of American citizens; not one who had not voluntarily abandoned his home with all its tender ties, and thrown away all his possessions, and left father and mother, or wife and children, within the enemy’s lines, that he might himself stand by the South in her hour of great peril, and help her to defend her fields and her firesides. And among them all there was not a man who had come forth to fight for slavery.

    Thomas L. Snead, on the Missouri State Guard in his book, Fight For Missouri.


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  4. return double to them…

    that which they so richly deserve….

    In 1857, the financial leaders of the Canaanite powers, the House of Rothschild, assembled to celebrate the wedding of Lionel’s daughter, Leonora, to her cousin, Alphonse, son of James de Rothschild of Paris. At this gathering, Disraeli said,

    “Under this roof are the heads of the family of Rothschild-a name famous in every capital of Europe and every division of the globe. If you like, we shall divide the United States into two parts, one for you, James, and one for you, Lionel. Napoleon shall do exactly and all that I shall advise him”(p. 228, “The Rothschilds,” by John Reeves).


    The tragic Civil War which the Canaanites planned and executed against the people of Shem in the Southern states actually began in 1859, with the invasion of the South by the homicidal maniac, John Brown. The abolitionists had already spent millions of dollars to promote slave rebellions in the South, but this expensive propaganda had very little effect.


    Albert Pike later boasted that “The Anti-Masonic Party actually was of great assistance to us.” After its dissolution, Freemasonry never again faced any organized opposition in the entire United States. Those who mention this subject are quickly discredited as “poor overwrought fools” and paranoid “Know-Nothings” who see Masons behind every tree. In most cases, they are quickly consigned to the nearest lunatic asylum,
    a la Bolshevik Soviet Communism’s handling of its “dissidents.”

    For some years prior to the outbreak of the Civil War, the Young American Masonic conspiracy had been active in the Southern states, laying the groundwork for the approaching Civil War. A native New Yorker, John A. Quitman, moved to Mississippi and married into a wealthy Southern family. He was given the warrant to form a Scottish Rite organization in Mississippi.


    On February 1, 1848, the Freemason magazine of Boston carried the notice that Brother John Quitman, who was now a Major General in the United States Army, had been inaugurated as Sovereign Grand Inspector General of the 33rd degree. All Southern Lodges were now ordered to obey him. Quitman had also become one of the most outspoken leaders of the secessionist movement in the South; this movement was sponsored a plan to annex Mexico, and financed an invasion of Cuba by mercenaries.
    He had been elected Governor of Mississippi, when he was indicted in New Orleans for his part in the planned Cuban invasion, and he was forced to resign from that office.


  5. You keep expecting John Friend to somehow reconcile his bizarrely incongruent postures. His posture towards Trump is just one glaring inconsistency. How about that he endorses shills like Anglin and Heimbach, who explicitly promote all the psy ops the jews are staging?

    My advice to you is, don’t bother. JF is a lost cause. It’s not even clear what his cause is or ever was.


    • Hi BlindEye,

      Here’s the thing about Friend. He and I started blogging about the same time (I think mine was first…. Nov 2007). He has changed his site a few times so I can’t trace all his first posts, where we aligned politically and anti-war, specifically. We both started learning about the JP (jewish PROBLEM) and various topics around the same time.

      I have (until very recently) simply thought he was just young and gullible… and easily fell for certain topics (Christian Identity is one). I’ve seen him fine tune his thoughts over the years, giving me reason to believe he was learning and adapting. But now, after all the obvious facts showing that I have been correct about Trump since day one (not that John should believe a thing I write), and I have been constantly prodding him for months (if not a year) to pay attention and stop the Trump Train nonsense, I have found other areas that I can not intelligently or truthfully agree with him on. To the point now that I have removed his link from my sidebar.

      I simply have gotten to the point that I no longer trust his judgment or motivation.


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