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You Can’t Have a War Without Soldiers
Soldiers, you have the power to stop any war, says Laurence Vance…………
Did FDR Provoke Pearl Harbor?
…..Nothing can describe the affront done to the initial Honor Flight group of 91 vets from Mississippi and their assistants when they met the new word in the urban dictionary, the word now known as “barry-cades!”
“Greater Love hath no man than this, that a man lay down his life for his fellow man.” John 15:13 is the guiding principle these brave men now in their 80s and 90s followed as they fought to keep America and her Allies free in World War II.
As the men in power prepare to play their next card in-hand, the stage has been set by the FBI to usher in a “new Pearl Harbor” in America just as globalist white papers reveal……
By LedaOhio9 on Wed, September 4, 2013, 3:37
By LedaOhio9 on Wed, September 4, 2013, 3:50
By Tom Dennen, the paranoid historian on Wed, September 4, 2013, 2:36
Real US Soldier’s Don’t Hide Their Face – Real Men Speak Up When an Elected Traitor Violate’s the US Constitution – In All of American History Real US Soldiers Never Covered Their Face – All Soldiers SWEAR to uphold the Constitution, and protect it against the ENEMY both FOREIGN and DOMESTIC
By bilbo room 101 on Tue, September 3, 2013, 21:09
The average citizen has no interest in any of this. The average citizen of a militaristic empire is nothing more than a taxpayer/supplier of cannon fodder in the eyes of the state.
Therein lies the state’s biggest conundrum: How to go about getting the masses to go along with their own self enslavement as taxpayers and cannon fodder and cheerleaders for war.
The answer to this conundrum has always been the crafting of a series of lies about the “imperative” to wage war.
fox ^ | 8-23-13 | fox
Posted on Friday, August 23, 2013 8:39:36 AM by TurboZamboni
Police in Washington state are searching for two young suspects who beat a World War II veteran to death in a parking lot Wednesday night.
The Spokane Police Department says in a press release officers responded to reports of an assault and found the victim in his car with serious head injuries. He later died in the hospital.
Ear tickling, entertainment, and irrelevant exposition… “There is no mistaking the fact that from before the American Revolution, after the American Revolution, throughout the Eighteenth and Nineteenth centuries, and through the first half of the Twentieth Century, the American Church was a major voice and influence in virtually every facet and sphere of American society. However, with the exception of a temporary resurgence in the 1980s, the influence of the Church in the last half of the Twentieth Century and continuing now into the Twenty First Century is nada. Zilch.”
At some point, one has to wonder why America’s churches are the largest block of irrelevant, impotent, and insignificant institutions in the entire country. And make no mistake about it: when it comes to influencing societal conditions, culture, and the political philosophy of the nation, for all intents and purposes, they ARE irrelevant, impotent, and insignificant.
Think about it: according to the latest available statistics, over 75% of America’s adults classify themselves as Christians. That’s over 159 million people. Over 43% of America’s adults attend the more than 300,000 churches regularly. That’s over 90 million people. Yes, both of these statistics are WAY DOWN from just a few years ago, but those statistics still represent a HUGE block of the American population. So why do these Christians and churches have so very little influence in America’s society, culture, and politics? Asking it bluntly, why is America going to hell in a handbasket with all of these churches dotting the landscape?
Bankrolling wars is not about the outcome of wars, but generating debt from wars, and that “this is the very essence of the banking industry, to make us all — whether we be nations or individuals — slaves to debt.” (From “The International”)
Conspiracy pioneer Jim Perloff reviews
a handful of movies that tell the truth
about world power.
by James Perloff
Hollywood is no place to find political truth. Although it has produced–with increasing rarity–some uplifting films, and even anti-Communist ones during the Cold War, movies exposing the Illuminati and how they operate are almost nonexistent.
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» Video: Surviving The Great Culling with Filmmaker Chris Maple Alex Jones’ Infowars: There’s a war on for your mind!
Film-makers Paul Wittenberger (What In The World Are They Spraying?) and Chris Maple explore what are the real threats to your life, your offspring and your genetic integrity?
How can you protect yourself from those threats? Why is a global depopulation agenda being pursued?
[[The Great Culling: Our Water]]
In this day and age, “selling war” on the big screen has become a vastly lucrative enterprise, and business is booming.This past week, television broadcasters worldwide have been particularly enthusiastic in celebrating a glorified image of war and violence as promoted by big media and the film industry.
Last Sunday’s Academy Awards ceremony generously bestowed its highest accolades on films unsurprisingly produced by the West that effectively and insidiously distort the truth on armed conflict and feed large demographics completely biased and inaccurate views of war theatres around the globe.
What the corporate-funded Hollywood propaganda machine counts on is that not only will the broad viewing public buy into its invented “truths”, but that in doing so the idea of war – in particular the absurd oxymoron of “humanitarian war” – will come to be increasingly accepted by a populace growing more and more numb to the violence being splashed across its screens.
Andrew Breitbart – War
Youtube ^ | Mar 6, 2012 | quaker34667
Posted on Friday, March 01, 2013 11:49:00 AM by Nachum
Andrew Breitbart, Breitbart.com, Tea Party
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Gunny G: What “The Folks” Are Saying… Over and Over Again !!!!! ~ AN ADMINISTRATION THAT WILL LIVE IN INFAMY
Why US Air Corps Servicemen Were Allowed to Wear Such Badass Bomber Jackets in World War II
IO9 ^ | Dec 7, 2012 | George Dvorsky
Posted on Friday, December 07, 2012 4:22:52 PM by DogByte6RER
Badass Bomber Jacket – World War II
In honor of Pearl Harbor Remembrance Day, Lisa Hix of Collectors Weekly has put together a fascinating and sobering article that both commemorates and explains why members of the US Army Air Corp were allowed to customize their bomber jackets to such outlandish and extreme degrees.
The Army, not known for its lax uniform standards, allowed their air-bound servicemen to decorate their jackets with pictures of scantily clad pin-up girls, favorite comic characters, lucky charms, and any other assortment of icons. The reason, says historian John Conway, may have something to do with the age of these soliders — but also the tremendous risks they had to endure………….
…..He loved that little car, and it was far from the last Toyota we had in our family.
The skipper told the men to just shoot the pilot, but Dad was having none of that.
Johnny Ramsey, the 79-year-old Korean Warveteran who collected and sold junk to pay for medications for his ailing wife, said just minutes before court Thursday evening: “If I have to go to jail, I guess I am ready.”
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The details relating to the United States building of Permanent War Economy in the aftermath of World War II were, perhaps, best articulated by the noted American professor emeritus at Columbia University Seymour Melman 1917-2004 who in his historic 1976 book titled The Permanent War Economy:
American Capitalism in Decline predicted the global economic collapse currently underway and warned of the horrific, indeed apocalyptic, world war soon to follow.
More and more websites are down, including Drudge.It appears that while DHSis busy strip searching our grandparents, they could not prevent an attack on our fundamental infrastructure, the internet.
Retronaut ^ | August 23, 2012 | Retronaut
Posted on Sunday, August 26, 2012 3:01:24 PM by DogByte6RER
U.S. Paratroopers with Mohawks – World War II
…..A collection of photos ( Mostly US Navy Stock ) and aviation artwork representing the dastardly attack by the Japanese Navy on the Army, Navy, and Marine forces stationed at Pearl Harbor. Music by the Sammy Kaye
The booming silence made as warriors fall,
One by lonely one,
Felled not by shrapnel, nor by bullets from a gun.
Silent sounds that echo loudly, sadly heard by very few,
Warriors felled by chemical agents, experimental vaccines, and D. U.
Exotic potions and fancy tools of war, made right there close to you,
In labs securely hidden away from the nuisance of scrutiny’s view,
And the outrage that would surely come, if the public only knew.
The theme for June in the economy, stock market, and our monthly newsletter is leadership. It is certainly time for a general to step up to the plate. I can think of nobody better than General Patton whose 1944 speech on World War II could have easily been retrofitted to a speech on the American Dream today.
He implored soldiers to fight and abhorred the notion of waiting for defeat in foxholes. Right now, our Commander in Chief is encouraging half the population to hang out in foxholes (until Election Day when he wants them to kick off their slippers) and spooking the other half into foxholes, too.
East Anglia 1944
Men, this stuff that some sources sling around about America wanting out of this war, not wanting to fight, is a crock of bullshit. Americans love to fight, traditionally. All real Americans love the sting and clash of battle.
On Memorial Day, the presumptive Republican nominee said the world is a dangerous place and the United States must remain the most formidable military in the world.
How Will They Classify You?
Here’s the US military’s entire plan for internment camps
LINK BELOW !!!!!
The War Prayer by Mark Twain (“An aged stranger entered and moved with slow and noiseless step up the main aisle, his eyes fixed upon the minister, his long body clothed in…”)
It was a time of great and exalting excitement. The country was up in arms, the war was on, in every breast burned the holy fire of patriotism; the drums were beating, the bands playing, the toy pistols popping, the bunched firecrackers hissing and sputtering; on every hand and far down the receding and fading spreads of roofs and balconies a fluttering wilderness of flags flashed in the sun; daily the young volunteers marched down the wide avenue gay and fine in their new uniforms, the proud fathers and mothers and sisters and sweethearts cheering them with voices choked with happy emotion as they swung by; nightly the packed mass meetings listened, panting, to patriot oratory which stirred the deepest deeps of their hearts and which they interrupted at briefest intervals with cyclones of applause, the tears running down their cheeks the while; in the churches the pastors preached devotion to flag and country and invoked the God of Battles, beseeching His aid in our good cause in outpouring of fervid eloquence which moved every listener.
Any state created holiday is accompanied by display of that institution’s symbols. Memorial Day in the U.S., when many remember those (at least in the military) that have been consumed or merely abused (but survived) by the beast of war, is one of these holidays where the state’s symbols are quite prevalent.
WE ARE A NATION OF GREATNESS
Rush Limbaugh ^ | 03/07/12 | Rush Limbaugh
Posted on Thursday, March 29, 2012 10:03:44 AM by sunny48
Well, the fact of the matter is, we are a nation of greatness because we are good. We are an inherently good people and inherently good nation, and we do wonders for people around the world. We have liberated people from bondage and tyranny and slavery. We have rebuilt whole continents after destructive wars. We have provided disaster relief for people who’ve been wiped out. There’s no greater people on this planet than the American citizens. None greater! And I really resent this implication here that we are selfish, greedy, un-sharing exploiters.
How about this, folks. Two percent of the world’s population, and we won World War I; we won World War II. We have invented most of the medicines in the world. We feed a huge portion of the world. Our president has no appreciation for the people that he is supposed to govern or represent. He has contempt for this country.
To any American, dedicated to the promise of the Founders to secure the “Blessings of Liberty” to their posterity, a surrender of what those brave men achieved on the battlefield can never be acceptable.
But that is not the only fundamental flaw in the Cousins “argument.” There is an implied premise, in the claim that we must have World Government to prevent the Nations of the world from savaging one another, that there is no effective alternative, or alternatively that a World Government would be more likely to prevent the horrors of modern war than would, for example, the traditional American view of treating others with respect & demanding respect back–the Washington/Jefferson policy; really only an application of the Golden Rule to international dealings; although we did vow to punish the “first insult.”
We certainly cannot predict that there would ever be universal acceptance for such a foreign policy by all nations, even if America should return to it. We will always have to look to the adequacy of our Defenses.
Suffolk Law School Prof On US Military: “Killers,” Sympathy For Them “Not Rational In Today’s World”
Michael Graham.com ^ | Thursday, November 10, 2011 | Michael Graham
Posted on Thursday, November 10, 2011 5:15:47 PM by Boston Blackie
I think it is shameful that it is perceived as legitimate to solicit in an academic institution for support for men and women who have gone overseas to kill other human beings. I understand that there is a residual sympathy for service members, perhaps engendered by support for troops in World War II, or perhaps from when there was a draft and people with few resources to resist were involuntarily sent to battle. That sympathy is not particularly rational in today’s world, however.
My Dad the Marine (Fighting cancer-prayers)
11/10/11 | arbee4bush
Posted on Thursday, November 10, 2011 8:32:58 AM by arbee4bush
Today is a special day for my dad Dan. He is a veteran of the Korean War. He fought in the battle at Chosin Reservoir. He has won a purple heart and bronze star. He is the most amazing man to his seven kids and wife of 58 years.
A Culture in Regression
We Don’t Need No Steenking Books
September 10, 2011
The night closes in. Read the surveys of what children know, what students in universities know. Approximately nothing. We have become wanton morons. As the intellectual shadows fall again, as literacy declines and minds grow dim in the new twilight, who will copy the parchments this time?
No longer are we a schooled people. Brash new peasants grin and peck at their iPods. Unknowing, incurious, they gaze at their screens and twiddle, twiddle. They will not preserve the works of five millenia. They cannot. They do not even know why.
Twilight really does come. Sales of books fall. Attention spans shorten. Music gives way to angry urban grunting. The young count on their fingers when they do not have a calculator, know less by the year. We have already seen the frist American generations less educated than their parents. College graduates do not know when World War One happened, or what the Raj was. They have read nothing except the nothing that they read, and little of that. Democracy was an interesting thought……………..
via Fred On Everything.
Orgy of Deception:
(left, spinning high treason by our ‘leaders’ into a maudlin appeal to patriotism.)
An atrocity such as 9-11 does not require commemoration. It requires justice!
The murder of more than 3,000 Americans hasn’t been avenged. Instead, it has been used to justify war and tyranny
For me, the 9-11 Commemoration is a repeat of the original outrage and therefore very painful to witness…………….
Gen. Ulysses S. Grant, the guy who saved our nation during the Civil War, probably wouldn’t make major in today’s Army. He was mule-skinner abrasive, enjoyed his sauce and wasn’t exactly what you’d call a pretty face.
Today most generals and admirals are highly attractive smooth talkers with some sort of master’s degree and a Ph.D. in how to work the corridors of power.
But while these uniformed central-casting smoothies know how to schmooze for funds for their latest silver-bullet project, they unfortunately don’t know how to fight guerrilla wars.
The Somali debacle, and now the recent major foul-up in Afghanistan, prove in spades that our warrior class has lost out to a professional-management culture that’s virtually destroyed our armed forces, less the Marine Corps – which is slowly veering in that direction as well.
Long before the first regular American soldier headed to Vietnam, the hardened vets who’d slugged it out on hundreds of killing fields knew the post-World War II ticket-punching personnel system was on its way toward destroying the leadership needed to win America’s future wars.
Going, going, gone were the days when lieutenants like Frank Gunn stayed with a regiment from the first shot of the war until the last. Gunn led a platoon and company in Africa, was a major by ’43 in Sicily, skippered a battalion in France the next year, and by the end of the war, at the ripe old age of 24, was commanding the storied 39th Regiment fighting across Germany. General Gunn, now retired, became skilled at his trade down in the mud with the soldiers he loved and would have died for – and they, in turn, followed him to hell and back. Gunn never got caught up in the type of career management that produced the current lot of Perfumed Princes. He learned to soldier by listening to his old sergeants and being with the troops.
In Vietnam, officer leaders were churned almost as quickly as customers at Starbucks. Ticket-punching was in, and leading from the front was out. The Washington personnel chiefs’ agenda was to use the war as a training vehicle for officers so they’d have blooded leadership when the big fight with the Soviets exploded.
Post-Vietnam studies concluded ticket-punching was a major cause of our failure, and that the personnel system desperately needed surgery. But nothing was done, and over the years the cancerous system disabled our senior officer corps and is now infecting our proud NCOs. Their foremost concern always used to be for the welfare of their troops and how sharply their unit was trained, not what kind of rating they got on a report. My First Sergeant in Italy took great pride in showing us ‘cruits the chain scars from his time in a Georgia prison. But with his fifth-grade education, the old Top could still run a lean-and-mean company of soldiers.
Afghanistan was going just fine while the old-pro Special Forces sergeants, chiefs and captains were running the fight. But when Perfumed Princes like Maj. Gen. Franklin Hagenbeck – with his M.S. degree in exercise physiology (but no combat experience) and Pentagon punches such as director for politico-military affairs for global and multilateral issues (I kid you not) under his shiny general’s belt – took over the fighting with the conventional, non-mountain-trained 10th Division, our Army came away with that Vietnam Heartbreak Ridge look: high body count without many bodies and too many friendly casualties.
A fine sergeant in Kuwait says it all: “My generals worry about what kind of engraved Buck knives to buy to give as gifts to the foreign generals, do we have enough potpourri-scented Pledge to make sure our mahogany desks are dust-free, color ink for our laser printers, oh and let’s not forget the staffers have to eat better than the rest of the Army, so we have to plan at least one big dinner function so the fat-cats can get fatter. I’ve seen these generals cancel a visit to troops training in the desert so they could drink coffee and have lunch with another general visiting from the War College. Where are their damn priorities?”
European Views of the War To Prevent Southern Independence by Thomas DiLorenzo:
“These conclusions are all glaringly obvious to anyone who studies the historical facts. For several generations now, it has been the job of ‘Lincoln scholars’ in America to keep these facts from the American public, lest they learn the ugly truth about their own history.
Whenever such facts do occasionally pop up and see the light of day, they are typically buried in an avalanche of lame excuses, justifications, and silly rhetoric (i.e., see anything Harry Jaffa has ever written on the subject), and the messengers denounced as public enemies — or worse.”
THE TRUTH ABOUT LINCOLN’s WAR
THE TRUTH ABOUT LINCOLN’s WAR
Hey, See the Reader Responses on each article,
they are gems in themselves!
Dancing Towards Doomsday
Dancing Towards Doomsday:
“The Bible speaks of a time to come in the ‘last days’ that will involve the whole world at war. Jesus himself says in Matthew 24 that in that war everyone on earth would die unless God himself stepped in. II Timothy 3:1 calls these last days ‘perilous times’, and they are.
Think about it.
Throughout most of earth history the entire population of the earth being wiped out simultaneously was hard to picture. That changed, however, with the invention of the atomic bomb in 1945. Suddenly the prediction Jesus made didn’t seem far-fetched at all!”
Posted by Gunny G at Wednesday, May 25, 2011
“Armies do not fight wars; nations fight wars. War is not a military activity conducted by soldiers, but rather a social activity that involves entire nations” ~ A Failure In Generalship « ~ The GUNNY “G” BLOG & E-MAIL ~
The Responsibilities of Generalship
Armies do not fight wars; nations fight wars. War is not a military activity conducted by soldiers, but rather a social activity that involves entire nations. Prussian military theorist Carl von Clausewitz noted that passion, probability and policy each play their role in war. Any understanding of war that ignores one of these elements is fundamentally flawed.
The passion of the people is necessary to endure the sacrifices inherent in war. Regardless of the system of government, the people supply the blood and treasure required to prosecute war. The statesman must stir these passions to a level commensurate with the popular sacrifices required. When the ends of policy are small, the statesman can prosecute a conflict without asking the public for great sacrifice. Global conflicts such as World War II require the full mobilization of entire societies to provide the men and materiel necessary for the successful prosecution of war. The greatest error the statesman can make is to commit his nation to a great conflict without mobilizing popular passions to a level commensurate with the stakes of the conflict.
Popular passions are necessary for the successful prosecution of war, but cannot be sufficient. To prevail, generals must provide policymakers and the public with a correct estimation of strategic probabilities. The general is responsible for estimating the likelihood of success in applying force to achieve the aims of policy. The general describes both the means necessary for the successful prosecution of war and the ways in which the nation will employ those means. If the policymaker desires ends for which the means he provides are insufficient, the general is responsible for advising the statesman of this incongruence. The statesman must then scale back the ends of policy or mobilize popular passions to provide greater means. If the general remains silent while the statesman commits a nation to war with insufficient means, he shares culpability for the results.
However much it is influenced by passion and probability, war is ultimately an instrument of policy and its conduct is the responsibility of policymakers. War is a social activity undertaken on behalf of the nation; Augustine counsels us that the only purpose of war is to achieve a better peace. The choice of making war to achieve a better peace is inherently a value judgment in which the statesman must decide those interests and beliefs worth killing and dying for. The military man is no better qualified than the common citizen to make such judgments. He must therefore confine his input to his area of expertise — the estimation of strategic probabilities.
CENTRALIA, WA – Imagine living in this country for nearly a 100 years only to learn you’re not a citizen.
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SEE READER RESPONSES…
This is a version of special effects during the 1940′s. I have never seen these pictures or knew that we had gone this far to protect ourselves. During World War II the Army Corps of Engineers needed to hide the Lockheed Burbank Aircraft Plant to protect it from a possible Japanese air attack.
They covered it with camouflage netting to make it look like a rural subdivision from the air.Excerpt Read more at stories-etc.com …
Dave Hodges — Betrayed “…the Obama administration is not merely incompetent, selfish and greedy, they are actively committing high treason against the very people who elected them. “
This betrayal of the highest order could very well result in the destruction of America.
If the international bankers have their way, the contrived multiple crises in the Middle East will serve to ultimately obliterate the U.S. dollar and pave the way for the ushering in of a one world currency which was “coincidentally” called for two weeks ago by the International Monetary Fund IMF and the Obama administration is lining up to serve the malevolent needs of these international thugs…………….
“The First World War must be brought about in order to overthrow the Czars in Russia and to make that country a fortress of atheistic Communism. The British and Germanic Empires will be used to foment this war. At the end of the war, Communism will be built and used in order to destroy the other governments and in order to weaken the religions.
During the Second World War, International Communism must become strong enough to balance Christendom until the time when we would need it for the final social cataclysm.
“The Third World War must be fomented by taking advantage of the differences caused by Illuminati agents acting as advisers and specialists to governments and leading institutions of the political Zionists Israeli heads of State and the leaders of Islamic World Moslem Arabic nations. The war must be conducted in such a way that Islam and political Zionism mutually destroy each other.
Meanwhile the other nations, once more divided on this issue will be constrained to fight to the point of complete physical, moral, spiritual and economical exhaustion.
”In three New Testament accounts Jesus gives his disciples a warning that is strikingly similar to Pike’s letter. These warnings are found…
This is a speech delivered in 1933.War is a racket. It always has beenIt is possibly the oldest, easily the most profitable, surely the most vicious. It is the only one international in scope. It is the only one in which the profits are reckoned in dollars and the losses in lives.A racket is best described, I believe, as something that is not what it seems to the majority of the people.
a small “inside” group knows what it is about. It is conducted for the benefit of the very few, at the expense of the very many. Out of war a few people make huge fortunes.In the World War [I] a mere handful garnered the profits of the conflict. At least 21,000 new millionaires and billionaires were made in the United States during the World War. That many admitted their huge blood gains in their income tax returns.
How many other war millionaires falsified their tax returns no one knows.How many of these war millionaires shouldered a rifle? How many of them dug a trench? How many of them knew what it meant to go hungry in a rat-infested dug-out? How many of them spent sleepless, frightened nights, ducking shells and shrapnel and machine gun bullets? How many of them parried a bayonet thrust of an enemy?
How many of them were wounded or killed in battle?Out of war nations acquire additional territory, if they are victorious. They just take it. This newly acquired territory promptly is exploited by the few – the selfsame few who wrung dollars out of blood in the war.
The general public shoulders the bill.And what is this bill?………………….
War Uber Alles ~ “As General Smedley Butler told the jingoistic American population, to no avail, “war is a racket.”
War makes money for the politically connected. While the flag-waving population remains proud of the service of their sons, brothers, husbands, fathers, cousins, wives, mothers and daughters, the smart boys who got the fireworks started are rolling in the mega-millions.
As long as the American population remains proud that their relatives serve as cannon fodder for the military/security complex, war will remain a racket……..
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Now They Are Coming for Us
http://www.stolinsky.com ^ | 02-18-11 | stolinskyPosted on Thursday, February 17, 2011 11:24:55 PM by stolinsky
Pastor Niemoeller didn’t speak out until it was too late, then wound up in a concentration camp, scheduled for execution. At the last moment, he was rescued by American troops. But there is no outside force to rescue us. If we hope to be rescued, we must rescue ourselves.We arrogantly assumed that we have the right to treat some human beings as less than human.
But why did we assume that others would not do the same to us? Why did we think that others would not declare us to be “useless eaters” who were a “drain on the Fatherland”?In order to deserve to be rescued, we must reject the culture of death.
Excerpt Read more at stolinsky.com …