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The "person" behind libertarian Dixie (and why I made it that way)

Confederate States of America
Blind Follower

A. J. Lee

nope not yet, have a drawing instead

Imaginator of Dixieland


– Blind Hick (Formal)
– Blight upon Society (In-Formal)


2001 – Present (17 years)


August, '01


08-00-01 (age 17)


Wait. That's illegal.


See above.

Full Name

April Jefferson Lee




Not going that far


In your dreams


San Jacinto High School
(Undergraduate, expected to graduate in 2020)




Military Service


Not yet

Service Branch


Years of Service

2020s at least


Senior Major General

A. J. Lee (born ca. August, 2001)... nah, you didn't think I'd be that hacky, did you?

Everyone thinks I'm a man and I don't really get offended because it's the internet and I'm breaking international law by being here and not being a man. That and I tend to act like one on the Internet. So this is an OOC page, and despite that I'm filling it with mere half truths. Things I want to be true but currently aren't. I might throw around hints as to why that is in the text so pay attention if you... care that much. Creep.

I realized that the South was actually far more libertarian than most give it credit for around the time I was 16. My dad, upland Southerner from middle Tennessee, was an ardent Ron Paul supporter in 2008, and an article about how Tennessee failed to pass a 'bathroom bill' ordinance helped, but the biggest thing was just living there. I might have been born and currently reside in California, but my early to mid childhood was spent in Tennessee and as such what I'm hard-wired to consider home is located closer to Alabama than Arizona. To this day I look at pictures of the place and swoon over the Linklush forests, rolling hills, clear skies...

But anyway, most Southerners just want to be left alone. So I figured that if the US split (which I am actually all in favor of in real life), they would probably favor a central government not very involved at all, almost at more of a confederal level. I learned about the U.S. under the Articles of Confederation and the early political system in my history class and I was just thinking 'man, that would be great', so I adapted that to fit the South's rejection of authority to create a state where the central government is nearly vestigial in nature, because I think that would probably make the South very happy, knowing that each state can do what they consider to be in their own best interest and not what's in the best interest of the opposite end of the country.

And in the end it's because it would make me and a lot of other people very happy to have our own affairs handled by none other than ourselves. The current federal system is unsustainable and will eventually tumble down due to some way or another that the nature of a republic stretching across millions of miles just doesn't really work.

So you could probably guess at at least a few of my opinions by now:

I'm ardently pro-gun. The NFA should be repealed yesterday, $200 is a minor fine nowadays and every feature it banned can now be simulated due to the advent of technology, and despite all of this these pseudo-NFA weapons are basically never used in terrorist attacks. Christchurch makes you want everyone with a gun to surrender it pronto? Who gives a church? Does terrorism work now? Censorship and gun confiscation was the shooter's whole goal and we're caving in and actively giving into his demands? He picked the gun he did not out of practicality but because it would elicit exactly this response, and you fell for it.

States' rights are the best way of reducing political tension. If some Californian and some Alabaman never meet paths or even feel their opposite political pull, they won't hate each other's guts. Simple as that. People don't like having their (usually perfectly reasonable for their specific situation) opinions invalidated by some ignorant rear-end-hat thousands of miles away in some other situation where his opinion works just fine. Slavery may have been a problem with it 150 years ago, but times changed. Nowadays even the most intolerant state in the country, ol' Alabama herself, has a majority approval rating for anti-LGBT discrimination laws.

Free speech is paramount to a society which runs on public opinion, and it doesn't protect speech everyone already agrees with. If free speech really were just about particular kinds of speech, it wouldn't be 'free' and it wouldn't even need to be a concept. Make everyone heard, even if it's some guy even more of a troglodytic swamp creature than I am who can't rub together fifteen brain cells to realize that less government and more government are antithetical, because then the political machinery doesn't exist to come around and bite you.

commies = no food lamo xdddd

I don't really care about someone's external features. Who really cares if you're black, white, gay, straight, or trans? It just matters what you do with your life. Are you going to be a good person or a bad person? I don't give brownie points for someone's race, orientation, or gender. I give brownie points for someone who legitimately cares about other people and doesn't act like the business end of the digestive system. That's also why I tend to be more critical of really rich people who try to pretend they're social activists when they really couldn't care less. 'Biological cosplaying' isn't really something I consider a big societal hurdle since I'm well acquainted with it and can vouch for it being a minor part of who someone is.

I'm not full on lost cause but at the same time slavery was not the sole, exclusive cause of the WBTS. If it was, the proposed pro-slavery Constitutional amendment would have placated the CSA enough to return to the Union. However, I recognize that the CSA's constitution was pretty much not a drop from a cracked egg more libertarian than the USA's, given that it was a carbon copy of it. Instead, what I think happened was that cultural shift, several protectionist tariffs, and finally the election of the Republican president on the platform of no slave states out west and a tariff to make up for the Panic of '57 just lead up to a point of no return.

As far as my apolitical interests go, I'm very into vexillology, and flags are probably the most common file I have on my hard drive beside the thing I dare not mention despite everyone here knowing what pubescents like to do in their spare time. On the side, I do programming, writing, drawing, very occasional musical composition, read, and I do very infrequently play video games, typically Pokémon, Quake, and Tetris. I used to have a presence on but I realized the way I ran my account was just bad and deleted it. Might return once I've thought up a better solution.

I like making and drinking tea. Shocker based on the Most Infamous Factbook™. Sewing is also pretty fun but I don't get the chance to do it for much more than fixing clothes. I hope to one day make a couple 2040 CSA flags, though. And I did used to participate in my parents' garden, but when we moved away from Tennessee we didn't get any properties with large backyards so I never got the chance to pick that back up.

I'm in my high school's AFJROTC unit, and participate in the drill team.

I'm sure everyone here would be shocked to find out that President Washington is an unflagging, shameless self insert. Even down to the same birth month. It's not subtle. Harrington has very few of my characteristics however.

Send me a telegram if you want to, I'm open to receiving them.

Broader confederate states