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The Battle Hymn of the Future Republic

Battle HymnLet’s start today with a rousing song!

by David Sims

THE BATTLE HYMN of the Republic was originally an American Christian-patriotic song composed shortly before the American Civil War, with words by Julia Ward Howe.

The new words, composed by myself, are sung to the same tune.

The “Fourteenth” is the 14th Amendment in the Constitution of the United States, which many scholars believe was never lawfully enacted and has been improperly regarded as law for 150 years —
it’s the one that (allegedly) made citizens of Congoids.

Here’s an instrumental version so you can hear the tune before singing (though the chorus — Glory, glory, etc. — is sung only once in my version):

Battle Hymn of the Republic (instrumental)

The Battle Hymn of the Republic (21st century version)

music: William Steffe (1856)
words: David Sims (2009)

For citizenship some people are woefully unfit
The Fourteenth is a fraud still for which we will never sit
The Rothschilds will be lucky if we pay them back with sh**
Our truth is marching on!

The illegal immigrants will have to stop their sneaky ways
Their credit fraud and ID theft will end their numbered days
We will chase them back to Mexico and terminate their stays
Our truth is marching on!

We will fight the endless evil to which all the laws are bent
Racial mixing and the income tax aren’t what the Founders meant
And to hell with leftist meddlers and their Puppet President
Our truth is marching on!

The U.S. Code’s corruption we shall tolerate no more!
The Congress has less honor than God gave the meanest whore.
If the federals don’t like it then let’s have a Civil War.
Our truth is marching on!

For open fraud and lies some people just have lots of nerve.
The biggest scam’s the one that’s run by Federal Reserve.
Swinging from a rope’s the payback that the bankers will deserve.
Our truth is marching on!

The Rothschilds weren’t lucky, so we paid them back with lead.
We paid them so much interest that the payments left them dead.
We showed them what it really means for “being in the red.”
Our truth is marching on!

Glory, glory, halleeloo-yer!
Politicians are peculiar
I met one at the store and I left him mighty sore
And he won’t be passing taxes any more.

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Source: David Sims

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4 Comments

  1. aa
    March 31, 2015 at 6:30 pm — Reply

    Julia Ward Howe wrote the verses to the “Battle Hymn of the Republic” Nov. 1861. Portions of the 5th and 6th verse are often left out by Northerners for obvious reasons. It was a union marching song during the war.

    Under heavy occupation every Southern state except Tennessee voted against the 14th amendment.

  2. SAMUEL U
    April 1, 2015 at 5:27 am — Reply

    I suggest calling it the “Battle Hymn of the White Race.” This way all white people of European descent are covered.

  3. aa
    April 3, 2015 at 5:21 pm — Reply

    The Battle Hymn of the Republic is not so popular in the South. It is dubbed a song for Yankee Lincoln marching unionist.

  4. October 9, 2015 at 7:27 pm — Reply

    Mr. Sims sang his version of this battle-hymn for a few of us gathered in West Virginia a month or so ago a cappella and had us in stitches. We need more songs like this, sung by groups with lyric sheets, with an instrumental version playing. This one by the U.S. Marine Band is another good one: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pfqlg0pYOd8

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