First Official Meeting of the Free Dixie Project!

For the first time in history the 21 members of the Florida Party movement, the 8 members of the Southern Dept of Cultural Defense, the 16 re-founding members of the former Southern Party of Florida, and the writers here at The Rebel Yell met online last night for 3 hours to discuss the FDP and when we can make this into a reality. The primary agenda for this meeting covered members of this panel meeting each other over the phone and getting a feel for each others stances. This involved members introducing themselves and such. The agenda also covered when the group can officially meet in person, where it should meet, should it be open to the public or private, what should this internal Dixon leadership group be called, how are members added going forward, who is in charge, FDP SOP, FDP Website, FDP flag, what is the FDP charge, and Dixon culture / Dixie Independence.

While we can’t go into details about what took place at the meeting and who was in attendance, again this was a closed door event, we can give y’all a brief run down.

We can say that it was productive, all parties are eager for the FDP, and all parties want to the FDP to succeed. Furthermore all parties on the conference call proudly proclaimed that they have self-seceded from the Federal Empire and are now actively calling themselves Dixons not Americans, and consider Dixie their homeland and that they consider Dixie Occupied by the foreign government of the Federal Empire.

All parties also proclaimed to no longer partake in Imperial holidays meant to glorify the Empire, and brain wash Dixons into supporting the American Empire, or into supporting Secular-Marxist holidays that are meant to degrade and erode our Christian values. All parties also decided to form a Dixon Calendar that will promote Dixon holidays vs. Imperial American holidays.

The group also agreed on the following items, that we can share with y’all.

  • The group decided to call itself the Dixie National Congress, given that all 13 Dixon States are represented within the group by its members, and that the final goal of the FDP is to gain freedom peacefully for the Dixon people by the year 2030.
  • The DNC passed a resolution 48-0 to approve the formation of a Dixon Calendar that will replace the Imperial American Calendar that our people have been using by default.
  • The DNC passed a resolution 48-0 to approve the 13 Star Dixon Flag (See Below). This will be the flag of our people, and the 13 Star circle with the Gadsden Snake in the middle will be our official seal. The seal will be added to an official circular seal that will read “Free Dixie Project” with the founding year at the bottom. Once the FDP has a website the DNC will commission the production of camo and full color Dixon Flag shoulder patches, and the production of Dixon Flags. Both of which can be sold to raise money via our website.
  • The DNC has agreed to meet in July of 2014 to officially form the FDP at an undisclosed private location. The reason why we are being secret is because many of our founders are current sitting elected officials or owners of various businesses.

Note that this flag is the property of the DNC and it can not be re-produced without the written approval of the DNC. This level of protection will continue until we can begin producing patches, t-shirts, and flags of our own. The reason why the DNC has chosen to restrict public replication of this flag is because the Dixon cause can’t afford to miss out on the funds that the first few runs of this symbol will generate.

The DNC needs the revenue, at least a year of exclusive revenue, so it can grow the FDP and the DNC.

So the wheels are moving… stay tuned for more updates.

Dixon Flag




About Cracker Commander

I'm a proud native Florida Cracker, Confederate, Dixon, Christian, and ardent Constitutionalist. I have dedicated my life to exposing the America for the Federal Empire that it is, and to push for peaceful secession for the native people of Dixie (Dixons) and Texas (Texans). God Save Dixie!

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