Let us review shall we for the sake of our memories and for the sake of history, for it bares repeating from time to time just so the revisionists on the other side don't get too full of themselves since they're having everything their way right now. Let us start with the fact it was the Republicans not the Democrats who championed freedom to vote for blacks way back in the 1860's while at the same time pushing for then making the U.S. Army accept black soldiers so they could help fight for their freedoms. It is the democrats that hate our protected Constitutional rights not the least of which is our right to keep and bear arms by continually putting forward legislation to disarm the American public while forgetting how Abraham Lincoln approved the repeating rifle for Union troops to win the Civil War, and that Martin Luther King Jr. was a member of the N.R.A. It's not over yet because Democrats hate traditional marriage between a man and woman who usually produce children of good standing who become productive members of society as is evident by their putting forth legislation in favor of alternative relationships, promoting homosexuality which psychiatrists deemed mentally retarded since the 1800's. The Democrats hate GOD by arguing for separation of church and state when in reality we are all granted by the Constitution Freedom of Religion. It doesn't say freedom from religion yet the dummy Dem's like to pick and choose when it suits them. Muslims are hot since 9/11 , we must not forget the New York city school which set aside a classroom for Muslim children to roll out prayer rugs and read their co ran while telling kids in the cafeteria that they couldn't say grace before lunch. The Democrats hate babies by pushing legislation to legalize abortion which is a neat way of saying they allow for the murder of millions of children, potential good Americans any one of which could be President at a critical time, any one of which could cure cancer or save millions if they had lived. Doctors cut up the fetus into chunks and stick into a baggie. The Democrats hate Freedom of the Press, Free Speech, any thing said by anyone using any media that counters their warped view of the world because the Truth about what they do, the Facts about who they are just can't stand scrutiny by honest, decent Americans who refuse to be duped. They hate our country. No more obvious manifestation of that then the order to U.S. forces to stand down while our ambassador in Benghazi was dying of smoke inhalation due to terrorists attacking the embassy. We all know who was in charge of the State Department at the time, and we all know who that particular person in that particular position no matter who it is reports to. Just so happens their both Democrats, or dummy Dem's in you prefer, personally I like loony libs, or you can use the term that quite fits them best of all which is communists. That's right, I said communists. You take social programs implement them on a national scale and you get communism, you then appoint one person to run it all and you got Marxism, you put the powers of the law through the use of military and police on top of it and you go straight to Nazi Germany WWII which no body remembers, but they'd shit themselves if they did. How about reading about it. I recommend A Man called Intrepid. It's an older read full of details which were kept secret for over thirty years before it was published, a real eye opener. Absolute power corrupts absolutely remember. That's probably why there are 600 F.E.M.A. camps nation wide under the Emergency Management folks. You know, just in case people get wind of what's going on and want to do something about it. Very convenient for the army to round up such rowdy types and chuck the lot into concentration camps like the Nazi's did the Jews. Here's another for you to think about. While the world was at war in the forty's Hitler was getting money from big business in America and around the world. They had a plan in case things went wrong to subvert the government and regain power. The coincidences are amazing. Stick Obommy in a fog grey uniform with jack boots and practice your salute. All haters, and hate never dies.
Friday, August 23, 2013
Sunday, August 18, 2013
Churchill for Americans I believe is hardly known to us today. Most older Americans remember he was in charge of England during WWII, but don't know how or why, and seem to think he was a drunkard. I loath ignorance which is why I prefer books written prior to the 1960's. You know before revisionist came out trying to rewrite history, before politicians tried to make citizens stupid by socially engineering a dumbing down of the nation through "legislative reforms." I don't like stupid people, and stupid people are those who take things at face value without getting off their asses to look things up for themselves. I learned never to listen to what people say on the radio or television because their only telling you what they want you to here. Read. Churchill was indeed a miserable student until he got into military college nevertheless he could read and write which is more than can be said for most American children today, and once in collage he found himself along with his interests. Churchill was an incredibly well read man who committed a life's work to the study of the origins of his nation, it's people, their chronicles, their legends. This is one of the most comprehensive bodies of work available to historians and history buffs alike anywhere. All reference material is duly noted throughout on the bottom of the pages. It is a four volume set that should still be on the shelves of your local library. We the freedom loving English speaking peoples of the world have much to be thankful to Churchill for, and this is just one more example worthy of that thanks. Visit the Winston Churchill museum in Fulton Missouri or in London England.
You must read this book if you have any interest in the WWII era, if you love history, if you love your country, and if you value your freedom you must read how you came to have it. The subject of this book is the life's work of Sir William Stephenson. Careful not to confuse the two names. Sir Stephenson and Mr. Stevenson reportedly met by chance years after the war, became friends, and upon learning of who Sir Stephenson was, and what he did...there was nothing Mr. Stevenson could do as an author, but to beg his friend to let him write his story. A story kept from the public for more than thirty years. People back then knew how to keep secrets. This book is a must for all Americans, for all children everywhere on earth. Copyrighted in 1976 if flies in the face of revisionist with the truth of how Nazi Germany met it's fate with a writing style the precedes the dumbing down of simple short sentences found in today's literature. Seemingly few understand how to write a compound sentence in America today. This book will help with that too. This should be the text book in every school for this time period for events contained within it are still not taught today. Sir Stephenson was a mathematician, a scientist, a man of great intellect, a pilot in the first world war who shot down the Red Barron's brother, he was knighted by the British realm given the Presidents medal of merit by America and had several flying crosses from multiple countries for his heroism in flight, yet after WWI he wore none of them. He was anonymous, the man in the shadows, the one you didn't notice. He was a plucky little Canadian who was chosen as the go between of FDR and Churchill. He alone was given full use of Hoover and the FBI by the American president. He told Hoover "You'll be getting a phone call from the president." And, he did. Sir Stephenson was responsible for setting up the British Secret Intelligence Services in Rockefeller Center in New York as a base of operations. He had the presidents permission to run his own police force using his own men. One account tells of taking people into custody off boats in the port of Baltimore. He ran operations nationwide in America. He set up a training camp to train gorilla warfare soldiers in Canada, set up teams of code breakers all over the world hidden from public view in Brazil, England, and Bermuda. He aided the British by arranging for America to grant them as a gift fifty U.S. destroyers we had in mothballs at the time to support the Royal Fleet. He was responsible for the BBC, their radio antennas, their operations delivering code messages to agents behind enemy lines hidden in normal broadcasts. He did so much nobody knew about and without his service it is fair to say Germany may have won. All freedom loving people everywhere owe Sir Stephenson a great thanks. This book seems to be the only one of it's kind about the man who was so careful to keep his identity a secret. It should be in the hands of every American today, so that they can recognize what socialism is, so that freedom can be defended when it is encountered. The Nazi's were socialists. And, Obama is looking more and more like a fuhrer every day.
An older book of fiction, I know, but I like such things, and this one has a modern type of war theme going for it which I always find entertaining if written well, and although the author of this one doesn't know a great deal about bullets, their velocities, or terminal impact effectiveness it nevertheless is an entertaining work with a James Bond meets chuck Norris story line. Peter Stride is a man in the military second in charge of an elite anti terrorist global operations unit who loves to go in charging with weapons hot, but is hampered by the political maneuvers of his superiors and the governments he's tasked to work with. When he crosses the line and is let go he slips away into retirement in order to quietly live out his remaining years only to be recruited by a sexy woman with ties to big business and designs to make him her play thing while he finds himself an unwitting pawn playing the part of a hired assassin. He is to be the loose cannon going after the most dangerous of terrorist questioning his alligences to his country, is mistress, his old bosses, and himself. All in all an intrigue worthy of being pulled off the shelf and having the dust blown off of it.