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I have been asked by the Free America government to write my memoirs about the events of the Second Civil War for the Always Remember Program that is to be implemented in our schools in the coming year. Historians at several of our advanced schools have requested that I focus on the vague and generally unknown events that happened long ago concerning a small town in Nevada I have been asked by the Free America government to write my memoirs about the events of the Second Civil War for the Always Remember Program that is to be implemented in our schools in the coming year. Historians at several of our advanced schools have requested that I focus on the vague and generally unknown events that happened long ago concerning a small town in Nevada named Ely. Historians in present times forty years later generally concede that the Second Civil War started the day that FEMA camp 37 was blown up and burned to the ground by Free Americans in Nevada along with seven other FEMA camps in the country that was formally known as the United States of America. But the war on Americans started long before that in Nevada. Thankfully there is still one truly free country but the second time around it is now called Free America, Nevada. Most people have dropped the name Nevada. It is now strictly governed by our Constitution and Bill of Rights. It was a long and costly struggle. Most people don’t know about the legacy of Ely, except for the brave rural citizens in Nevada, which at that time were few and far between. Ely was actually burned several times before it was finally obliterated from the landscape of Nevada. Unlike many states we had only one large city and a vast wilderness composed of desert and God’s rugged mountains to take refuge in. He knew what He was doing when he created those wonderful mountains. We also had just one major government military base to take out along with some minor ones in our state. Some Free Americans with a vision of the future knew what to do and how to get it done. Now in the twilight of my life I realize that the brave men and women I once knew during the struggle must never be forgotten. What saddens me is a lot of them I never knew their last or in some cases their real names but they all had one thing in common. They died free. This is the story of Ely and one family. Family always prevails. Ella Hasty Fort Hasty, Free America


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I have been asked by the Free America government to write my memoirs about the events of the Second Civil War for the Always Remember Program that is to be implemented in our schools in the coming year. Historians at several of our advanced schools have requested that I focus on the vague and generally unknown events that happened long ago concerning a small town in Nevada I have been asked by the Free America government to write my memoirs about the events of the Second Civil War for the Always Remember Program that is to be implemented in our schools in the coming year. Historians at several of our advanced schools have requested that I focus on the vague and generally unknown events that happened long ago concerning a small town in Nevada named Ely. Historians in present times forty years later generally concede that the Second Civil War started the day that FEMA camp 37 was blown up and burned to the ground by Free Americans in Nevada along with seven other FEMA camps in the country that was formally known as the United States of America. But the war on Americans started long before that in Nevada. Thankfully there is still one truly free country but the second time around it is now called Free America, Nevada. Most people have dropped the name Nevada. It is now strictly governed by our Constitution and Bill of Rights. It was a long and costly struggle. Most people don’t know about the legacy of Ely, except for the brave rural citizens in Nevada, which at that time were few and far between. Ely was actually burned several times before it was finally obliterated from the landscape of Nevada. Unlike many states we had only one large city and a vast wilderness composed of desert and God’s rugged mountains to take refuge in. He knew what He was doing when he created those wonderful mountains. We also had just one major government military base to take out along with some minor ones in our state. Some Free Americans with a vision of the future knew what to do and how to get it done. Now in the twilight of my life I realize that the brave men and women I once knew during the struggle must never be forgotten. What saddens me is a lot of them I never knew their last or in some cases their real names but they all had one thing in common. They died free. This is the story of Ely and one family. Family always prevails. Ella Hasty Fort Hasty, Free America

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