Dedicated to, written for and about the murder of my cousin, Lt. Col. John Augistine Washington.
Aid de Camp, cousin, friend and tent mate of General Robert E Lee.
Recognized head of the Washington Family, last Washington to own and live at Mount Vernon.
The great grand nephew of George Washington, Assassinated from concealment, by the USA/Washington DC military, 11 September 1861, while carrying one of George Washington’s swords, in what is now West Virginia.
Eighty four years later, USA/Washington DC, would assassinate another Washington Descendant, First cousin to George Washington, General George S Patton.
Seems like Washington DC, likes to murder Washingtons.
John C Carleton
‘But All That Changed When The yankee Bastards Fired Again’
When my country was invaded-
I strapped on my sword as some still debated-
What to do about the blue coated USA war criminal mob-
Causing so many Southern children and their mothers to be buried under Southern sod-
Left my children in care of family and friends at home-
As I rode out to face the enemy of my people, quite alone-
No family to say good morning to as the sleep falls from their waking eyes-
No, I must leave them to try to protect them from the evil and lies-
Of the yankee puritan self-righteous spawn of “witch” burning scum-
Their gang raping murders of defenseless children and women fueled by drunkenness on rum-
The burning of towns, court houses, convents, churches, cities, farm houses, barns by the millions-
Leading to tens of thousands of deaths, the murderous Holocaust of innocent Southern civilians-
Joining with my comrades, we rode out to face the invading degenerate evil yankee horde-
Putting our lives, our destines in the hands of our ancestor’s Lord-
I had promised my children I surly would return to them at wars end-
But all that changed, when the yankee bastards fired again!
The Ole Dog!