Archive for December, 2016

This is -The Moody Blues

Although some of their music seemed to have Christian overtones, I have found no evidence that any of the members of the Moody Blues were professed Christians.   Way back (my high school days) they had a big hit with Tuesday Afternoon, on their Days of Future Passed LP.  This LP below in its entirety.

Some of their recordings were plainly secular humanist (The last part of  “House of Four Doors”, from their In Search of the Lost Chord LP: Timothy Leary -Legend of a Mind) left me cold, since Leary was a Harvard professor promoting the hallucinogenic drug LSD.  Opening lyrics: “Timothy Leary’s dead; no, no no no, he’s outside, looking in”

Then in the early 70’s they held a free concert for the Red Chinese…  which ticked me off; they never held a concert in my hometown, and they had a huge following there.  But they are unique, and an example of music you will never hear on “Classic Rock” stations.



From In Search of the Lost Chord: The Actor

From Seventh Sojourn – New Horizons (1972)

10 Reasons to Abolish the UN

Many thanks to Wil [Swiss Defence League]

“When the United Nations began deliberation on the Palestinian Authority’s demand for a unilateral recognition of a Palestinian state, it ignored the fact that the Gaza half of that proposed state is ruled by a group, Hamas, that has called for the destruction of Israel and a genocide against the Jewish people. This event, Daniel Greenfield writes in this searing pamphlet, remind us once again that the UN is “a democracy of tyrants” that has long since turned its back on the ideals present at its founding. In 10 Reasons to Abolish the UN, Greenfield shows why the “world body” has become a theatre of the absurd in which injustice flourishes. From failing to prevent outbreaks of genocide across the globe, to creating a rancid regimen of double standards that obsessively condemns Israel, while allowing countries such as Syria and Cuba to head its Human Rights Commission, the UN has become part of the problem rather than part of the solution.”

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&quote;During the Cambodian Genocide, the UN Security Council did not issue a single resolution on it. &quote;

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&quote;Every tyranny is equally represented at the UN. Every king, dictator, sheikh, colonel, prince, beloved leader and president-for-life has a seat at the table. And since there are twice as many tyrannical states as there are full democracies, simple majority rule always favors tyranny. &quote;

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&quote;The United Nation’s obsession with Israel has been extensively documented, yet a session in which a servant of Saddam and the protégé of a Nazi war criminal, Kurt Waldheim, declared that Israel was unfit to be a member of the community of nations, was more than a scene of memorable ugliness. It was a reminder of what the organization is and what it is not. &quote;

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&quote;The United Nations has only called ten emergency sessions. Five of them have targeted Israel. &quote;

Wayyyy overdue in posting this; was in “drafts”. Worthwhile message.


“It bothers me that complete strangers will have power to determine if something I put up on this blog or elsewhere might be in violation of some arbitrary code invented to define or redefine hate speech, etc., to fit some mold that agrees with some agenda somewhere. I thought the hassle about the NSA snooping was a big deal but I believe that before all is said and done this new incursion on rights will be exponentially more treacherous.”

American Social Media May Soon Crack Down Hard On Internet Speech:

Echoes my thoughts –  From an old post:

This was a draft that I’d intended to post during the summer.  A local Christian radio station, has been broadcasting sermons by PETER MARSHALL, Late Presbyterian Minister and co-author of “The Light and the Glory” on Restoring America.  Not since their series by Don Kistler, on the Puritans, have I heard a more compelling take on how our country was founded on Judeo-Christian principles.

Pacific Paratrooper is one of several other Veterans whose blogs I follow.  These are two of his posts, in their entirety, casting light into darkness; my opinion on FDR (for the sake of any Millennial’s, that is Franklin D. Roosevelt)  is not shared with the “Greatest Generation”.

It may take 75 years, if God tarries, to reveal our Rogue Government’s involvement in 9-11.  Until then, these revelations surrounding Pearl Harbor, FDR, and the political machine will help some understand why I consider FDR to have been “A shrewd S.O.B. when we needed one”

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Pres. T. Roosevelt, courtesy of Saturday Evening Post

Pres. T. Roosevelt, courtesy of Saturday Evening Post

For centuries Asian products were desired, but one of the most profitable trade routes operated from India to China, introducing opium into that country.  This market accounted for 20% of the British Empire’s revenue and was the basis of the Roosevelt family wealth.

Teddy Roosevelt, a frail and sickly aristocrat, was taught thru his youth and at Harvard of Aryan supremacy in government and intellect.  Columbia University professor John Burgess impressed him with white American world domination.  With this ideology, he followed the European nations in absorbing colonies.  He pushed for control of the Philippines where the American behavior was deplorable, but overlooked.  The U.S. Minister to Japan, DeLong, encouraged “General” Charles LeGendre to go to Japan and instruct them on invasion tactics and instigate his “Monroe Doctrine” for Asia. (Three decades later it would be known as the Greater East Asia Co-prosperity Sphere of WWII).  When Japan invaded Manchuria, Roosevelt said, “I was thoroughly pleased with the Japanese victory for Japan is playing our game.”  Although U.S. advisors assured Korea that America was their “Elder Brother,” in 1905 Roosevelt closed the embassy and said, “I should like to see Japan have Korea.”  The Nobel prize committee did not know of his secret meetings with Japan during the Russo-Japanese War and gave him the Peace prize anyway.

Roosevelt had not only opened the door for Japan to conquer neighboring nations, he gave them the ideal instructor and plans to do it with.  For detailed information see: The Imperial Cruise, by James Bradley

Franklin Delano Roosevelt

Being that Japan found it necessary to import food, fuel and American planes parts, here was the edge that FDR needed to coax the U.S. public into war.  When Germany failed to declare war, he froze Japan’s assets on July 26, 1941.  The ABCD powers (American, British, Chinese & Dutch) followed suit and this became a choke chain around Japan’s neck which FDR jerked as he saw fit until Pearl Harbor exploded into a scene of destruction.  This action not only got the U.S. into the war, but FDR made certain that the major effort would be to assist his friend Winston Churchill – not the Pacific.

The Other Pearl Harbor Story – Kimmel and Short


People around the nation, including some vocal congressmen, asked why America had been caught off guard at Pearl Harbor.

President Franklin D. Roosevelt said he would appoint an investigatory commission. Supreme Court Justice Owen Roberts — a pro-British internationalist friendly with FDR — was selected to head it. Also appointed to the group: Major General Frank McCoy, General George Marshall’s close friend for 30 years; Brigadier General Joseph McNarney, who was on Marshall’s staff and chosen on his recommendation; retired Rear Admiral Joseph Reeves, whom FDR had given a job in lend-lease; and Admiral William Standley, a former fleet commander. Only the last seemed to have no obvious fraternity with the Washington set.

The commission conducted only two to three days of hearings in Washington. Admiral Standley, arriving late, was startled by the inquiry’s chummy atmosphere. Admiral Harold Stark and General Marshall were asked no difficult or embarrassing questions. Furthermore, all testimony was taken unsworn and unrecorded — an irregularity that, at Standley’s urging, was corrected.

The commission then flew to Hawaii, where it remained 19 days. When Admiral Husband Kimmel was summoned, he brought a fellow officer to act as counsel. Justice Roberts disallowed this on grounds that the investigation was not a trial, and the admiral not a defendant. Because Kimmel and General Walter Short were not formally “on trial,” they were also denied all traditional rights of defendants: to ask questions and cross-examine witnesses. Kimmel was also shocked that the proceeding’s stenographers — one a teenager, the other with almost no court experience — omitted much of his testimony and left other parts badly garbled. Permission to correct the errors — other than adding footnotes to the end of the commission’s report — was refused.

The Roberts Commission laid the blame for Pearl Harbor on the Hawaiian commanders. Roberts brought a final copy of the report to FDR. The president read it and delightedly tossed it to a secretary, saying, “Give that in full to the papers for their Sunday editions.” America’s outrage now fell on Kimmel and Short. They were traitors, it was said; they should be shot! The two were inundated with hate mail and death threats. The press, with its ageless capacity to manufacture villains, stretched the commission’s slurs. Even the wives of the commanders were subject to vicious canards.

By 1944, the Allies were clearly winning, and national security would no longer wash as a barrier to trials. A congressional act mandated the court-martials. At last, the former Hawaiian commanders would have their day in court.

In August, the Naval Court of Inquiry opened. A source inside the Navy Department had already tipped Kimmel and his attorneys about the scores of Magic intercepts kept from the admiral in 1941. One of the attorneys, a former Navy captain, managed to get at the Department’s files, and authenticated the existence of many. Obtaining their release was another matter. Obstruction after obstruction appeared — until Kimmel tried a ploy. Walking out of the courtroom, he bellowed to his lawyer that they would have to tell the press that important evidence was being withheld.

By the next day, the requested intercepts had been delivered — 43 in all. The admirals on the Court listened to them being read with looks of horror and disbelief. Two of the admirals flung their pencils down. More than 2,000 died at Pearl Harbor because those messages had been withheld. Navy Department officers gave additional testimony. After nearly three months, the inquiry finished. The verdict of the Roberts Commission was overturned. Admiral Kimmel was exonerated on all charges. Admiral Stark — who had rejected pleas of juniors to notify Hawaii on the morning of the attack — was severely censured.

Criticism of the president, incidentally, was forbidden to the proceedings as beyond their jurisdiction. But FDR held ultimate responsibility for Pearl Harbor, and the warnings he had received — some of which have only recently come to light — far exceeded anything they might have dreamed.

Naturally, the inquiry findings wrought dismay in the administration and Pentagon. But a solution was swiftly concocted. It was announced that, in the interest of national security, the court-martial results would not become public until the war’s end.

Other rather staged shows were carried out afterward. Witness reversed their original testimonies or memories were “refreshed.” It was discovered that just four days after Pearl Harbor, Rear Admiral Leigh Noyes, director of naval communications, told his subordinates: “Destroy all notes or anything in writing.” This was an illegal order — naval memoranda belong to the American people and cannot be destroyed except by congressional authority. Stories circulated of a similar information purge in the War Department. Some files, however, escaped destruction.

Congress did conduct a probe in 1995, at the urging of the families of General Short (died 1949) and Admiral Kimmel (died 1968). The families hoped to restore the ranks of their libeled, demoted fathers. The 1995 probe requested that the Pentagon reinvestigate Pearl Harbor in light of new information.

However, on December 1, 1995, Undersecretary of Defense Edwin Dorn concluded his own investigation with these comments: “I cannot conclude that Admiral Kimmel and General Short were victims of unfair official actions and thus cannot conclude that the remedy of advancement on the retired list is in order.”

However, on May 25, 1999, the U.S. Senate approved a resolution that Kimmel and Short had performed their duties “competently and professionally” and that our losses at Pearl Harbor were “not the result of dereliction of duty.” “They were denied vital intelligence that was available in Washington,” said Senator William V. Roth Jr. (R-Del.). Strom Thurmond (R-S.C.) called Kimmel and Short “the two final victims of Pearl Harbor.”

“At what point then is the approach of danger to be expected? I answer, if it ever reach us, it must spring up amongst us. It cannot come from abroad. If destruction be our lot, we must ourselves be its author and finisher. As a nation of freemen, we must live through all time, or die by suicide.”  Abraham Lincoln

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“All that is necessary for the triumph of evil is that good men do nothing.” (Edmund Burke)

A fictional film, with a scary message.



Mr. Thomas Sowell echoing many previous posts I have made on this issue.

2nd A Criminals

“Mass shootings are often used as examples of a need for gun control. But what puts a stop to mass shootings? Usually the arrival on the scene of somebody else with a gun.

Mass shooters are often portrayed as “irrational” people engaged in “senseless” acts. But mass shooters are usually rational enough to attack schools, churches and other places where there is far less likelihood of someone being on the scene who is armed.”

His page:

That’s What I’m Screaming

December 20, 2016


From Sons of Liberty  – Use the link at left to see the entire post

The U.S. House of Representatives has passed a bill that would get the federal government heavily involved in microchipping disabled people for tracking purposes. If you would like to read it for yourself, you can find H.R. 4919 right here. The bill is also known as Kevin and Avonte’s Law, and the idea behind it is that if disabled people are microchipped it won’t be so easy for them to get lost. Of course we have been microchipping pets in this country for years, and this is yet another giant step down the road toward universal microchipping of everyone. We are being told that implanted microchips will make those with developmental disabilities “safer”, but where does this stop? Pretty soon there will be a huge push to microchip all children “for their safety”, and once that is accomplished it won’t be too long before they will want to microchip the entire population.

Unfortunately, most Americans did not even realize that this bill was being discussed. The following is what the Daily Caller had to say about the goals of this bill…


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