Posts Tagged ‘Viet Cong’


March 3, 2014 13 comments


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March 3, 2014

The Common Sense Show

Just like in this picture, Ukraine will be quickly overwhelmed by Russian forces.


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Just like in this picture, Ukraine will be quickly be overwhelmed by Russian forces.

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Will We Be the New Viet Cong? Or, Is It Too Late? | Dave Hodges – The Common Sense Show

February 17, 2014 2 comments

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Dave Hodges

February 17, 2014

The Common Sense Show


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guerrilla war

I recently interviewed Deborah Tavares and she preached the message of nonviolent resistance to the tyranny which is engulfing our land. Deborah told stories of how we will soon see Agenda 21 compliance teams roaming our neighborhoods in search of energy inefficient homes. If the homeowner cannot bring the home into compliance, their home will be demolished.


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Of course, we know that CPS, under the banner of HHS, can now enter your home and seize your children because someone has decided that they have bad grades, their parents have beer in the home and the parents are registered gun owners. ]

Tavares also detailed how the new sustainability regulations will soon make criminals out of all of us. Deborah detailed how the NWO has such exotic weaponry, that is nearly impossible to resist.


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An Interview with Steve Klein: Terrorist Cell Expert – Yahoo! Voices –

May 16, 2013 1 comment


Steve Klein is a Vietnam veteran (USMC). He was attached to South Vietnamese militia from 1968-1970. He acted as a translator and negotiator. Also, he organized ambushes on remaining Viet Cong cells as well as North Vietnamese Army elements. From 1970 until 1973 he earned his bachelors degree in political science from University of California at Long Beach. He became a commissioned officer in the Marine Corps in 1974. He served as a communications officer until leaving the Marine Corps in 1977.

Since 1977 he started Courageous Christians United (now he is the secretary). He also founded M.E.E.T. – Middle Eastern Experts’ Team. Through MEET and his contacts with the Coptic community he has been asked to give his insights to the FBI and the U.S. Marine Corps.

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Will American Soldiers Fire on U.S. Citizens?… “…But three percent was enough.But the big question is this: Are there still three percent of the American population with the courage and resolve to fight against an out-of-control, tyrannical government? My short answer is: I think so.”

May 6, 2013 11 comments

Will American Soldiers Fire on U.S. Citizens? Blog ^ | 2 May 2013 | By Skip CoryellPosted on Monday, May 06, 2013 4:57:18 PM

by True Grit

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I was doing a radio interview this morning and the host asked me why the Department of Homeland Security needed 1.6 billion rounds of ammunition. The easy answer for me was, “They don’t.” Of course the follow-up question for him was,

“Then why are they buying it?”And that’s the billion-dollar question isn’t it. What is the federal government going to do with all that ammo? Why do they need it? Why are they buying it? It’s unprecedented. Are we on the cusp of physical domination by the United States Federal Government? And, if so, how will the American people react?

The talk show host also asked me, “If the people were to rebel, how could they ever possibly hope to prevail against a government so big, so huge, so powerful and so ruthless?”He had a good point.I mean, let’s face it: they have Predator drones, spy satellites, and sophisticated online surveillance and communication systems.

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Why Ex-Feds and Wall Street Execs Are Going Into Hiding | Dave Hodges – The Common Sense Show

December 29, 2012 59 comments

(Read Part One)

…..In part one of this series, I detailed about how I have learned that there are settlements of ex-federal officials who have gone into relative “hiding”, with some forming enclaves with like-minded people from the same background and professional affiliations. Uniformly, they seek to avoid the draconian imposition of martial law and accompanying gun confiscation.


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The second phase of what is planned for America, following gun confiscation and martial law, contains a degree of oppression never before seen in our country and will rival some of the world’s darkest days.


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This part of the story details how the government plans to get our guns. Gun confiscation is the primary short-term goal of the globalist forces which have hijacked our country. Americans, in large numbers, cannot be permitted to maintain private gun ownership. One of my sources states that the dark side of our government refers to private gun owners in America as the Viet Cong.

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On Recent Wars by Fred Reed…(“…a kind of man — call him the Warrior …”)

April 23, 2012 Leave a comment

People ask how we got into our splendid mess in Iraq and why we can’t get out. The question is a subset of a larger question: Why, since WWII, have so many first-world armies gotten into drawn-out guerrilla wars in bush-world countries, and lost? Examples abound: France in Vietnam, America in Vietnam, France in Algeria, Russia in Afghanistan, Israel in Lebanon, etc. Why don’t they learn?

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Vietnam veterans day proclaimed

March 30, 2012 Leave a comment

Vietnam veterans day proclaimed ^ | 3/29/2012 | president

Posted on Friday, March 30, 2012 2:03:57 PM by fatrat

The White House

Office of the Press Secretary For Immediate Release March 29, 2012 Presidential Proclamation — Vietnam Veterans Day




On January 12, 1962, United States Army pilots lifted more than 1,000 South Vietnamese service members over jungle and underbrush to capture a National Liberation Front stronghold near Saigon. Operation Chopper marked America’s first combat mission against the Viet Cong, and the beginning of one of our longest and most challenging wars. Through more than a decade of conflict that tested the fabric of our Nation, the service of our men and women in uniform stood true. Fifty years after that fateful mission, we honor the more than 3 million Americans who served, we pay tribute to those we have laid to rest, and we reaffirm our dedication to showing a generation of veterans the respect and support of a grateful Nation.

The Vietnam War is a story of service members of different backgrounds, colors, and creeds who came together to complete a daunting mission. It is a story of Americans from every corner of our Nation who left the warmth of family to serve the country they loved. It is a story of patriots who braved the line of fire, who cast themselves into harm’s way to save a friend, who fought hour after hour, day after day to preserve the liberties we hold dear. From Ia Drang to Hue, they won every major battle of the war and upheld the highest traditions of our Armed Forces.

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Wisconsin’s useful idiots

March 14, 2011 Leave a comment

As the far-left protesters continue to intimidate and threaten those who wish to exercise their First Amendment right “to petition the Government for a redress of grievances,” I am reminded of something that “ Dave the Marine ” said to me while signing the petition on Saturday, “These damn protesters in Madison remind me of the spoiled college punks who screwed us during Viet Nam, and I can tell you first hand the Viet Cong loved them.” Then as now, the communists love their useful idiots.

via Wisconsin’s useful idiots.

“A Kind of Man — Call Him The Warrior….” by Fred Reed…

March 10, 2011 1 comment

“A Kind of Man — Call Him The Warrior….” by Fred Reed

On Recent Wars

by Fred Reed

People ask how we got into our splendid mess in Iraq and why we can’t get out. The question is a subset of a larger question: Why, since WWII, have so many first-world armies gotten into drawn-out guerrilla wars in bush-world countries, and lost? Examples abound: France in Vietnam, America in Vietnam, France in Algeria, Russia in Afghanistan, Israel in Lebanon, etc. Why don’t they learn?

The answer I think is that militaries are influenced by a kind of man – call him the Warrior – who by nature is unsuited for modern wars. He doesn’t understand them, can’t adapt to them.

The Warrior is emotionally suited to pitched, Pattonesque battles of moral clarity and simple intent. I don’t mean that he is stupid. Among fighter pilots and in the Special Forces for example it is not uncommon to find men with IQs of 145. Yet emotionally the Warrior has the uncomplicated instincts of a pit bull. Intensely loyal to friends and intensely hostile to the enemy, he doesn’t want any confusion as to which is which. His tolerance for ambiguity is very low. He wants to close with the enemy and destroy him.

This works in wars like WWII. (Note that the American military is an advanced version of the military that beat Germany and Japan.) It does not work when winning requires the support of the population. The Warrior, unable to see things through the eyes of the enemy, or of the local population, whom he quickly comes to hate, wants to blow hell out of things. He detests all that therapeutic crap, that touchy-feely leftist stuff about respect the population, especially the women. Having the empathy of an engine block, he regards mention of mutilated children as intensely annoying at best, and communist propaganda at worst.

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My Encounter With Robert Garwood, Part I of a Two Part Series by Ron Charest

September 26, 2007 6 comments

On 9/25/07 I received the following in an e-mail from Ron Charest regarding Robert Garwood.

Dear Gunny G,

I happened to spot your website post from Dec 2005 concerning the whereabouts of Robert Garwood. Robert moved next door to me in the Mississippi town of Gautier in April of 2000, just days after his wife Cathi passed on.

I am sorry to tell you this, but Robert Garwood is no friend of mine. When he first moved in, all I knew of him was that he was a recent widower, former marine, and new neighbor. I welcomed him to our community and treated him as a friend. Within two years Robert destroyed my marriage, spread lies about me more vile than anything I could have once imagined possible, and generally turned my life upside down.

I have just published a full accounting of my encounter with this man at my personal website. If you care to read it, the link is here”

“My Encounter With Robert Garwood, Part I”

“My Encounter With Robert Garwood, Part II”

Please use this info and contact me as you feel is appropriate.

Respectfully Yours,
Ron Charest
ETCS(SS), USN (Ret.)


I read the story, corresponded with him and asked permission to link to my Gunny G webpages, and he kindly consented.
Ron’s contact info is as follows:


This a short excerpt of a much longer, in-depth and thorough story, to continue to the rest of the story please use the url/links provided.
Thank You


My Encounter with Robert Garwood, Part I
Part I of a Two Part Series

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This narrative is about my personal experience with Robert (Bobby) Russell Garwood, PFC, USMC, DD. This story, as painful as it has been for me, is written for and dedicated to the many people who served our nation in the Vietnam war. There are many people still today who belive our nation abandonded our servicemen and women after the hostilities between North Vietnam and the US officially ended.

For those people who still belive, who still search for loved ones who never returned home, I hope one day they find the answers they deserve.


These are the known facts about Robert:

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