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Speculation? Second guessing? Accusations of Trump being a neocon, a warmonger? Even some daring to compare him to Hitler? Take a hard look at the cost of freedom.  10,000 of our own were lost at Normandy.  We fought to annihilate a dire threat, to prevent it from ever being posed again. To decisively end it.

We didn’t fight to satisfy a “status quo”, to “win hearts and minds”, or be culturally correct.  Our troops were not hamstrung by fallacious, self destructive “rules of engagement”.

If we retained that mindset, and not cow towed to the U.N. in 1950, Korea would have been made a free country.  That “police action” cost us 33,600 killed in action.  More than 8,100 are still missing.  Exact statistics vary with different sources; from Wikipedia: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/United_States_military_casualties_of_war

The threats we face today do not deserve one drop of American blood, for the sake of a “status quo”.  War is a last resort; and only when there is a clear, direct threat to us.  Moreover, this enemy will use any means to win; there are no clear battle lines, their guerilla tactics call for an entirely different approach.  Any of them, age notwithstanding can be a combatant.  When not warring with us, they are at war with themselves.  They seek to destroy our culture and replace it with theirs.  We shouldn’t be drawn into Syria, or other middle east involvement.  We’ve lost too many of our own, and spent too much.

Remember –


Having viewed Trump’s delivery, and his endorsement by Sarah Palin, one of the points made reminded me of Reagan’s statement about peace through strength.  I felt the need to bring up an old post, because we dare not forget.  X

In “Soon To Be Gone” https://partneringwitheagles.wordpress.com/2011/10/07/soon-to-be-gone/

We see the vanishing group who gave so much not just to preserve America, but prevent the entire world from falling victim to tyranny.

The youngest surviving WWII vet is probably 88, if born in 1927, making him/her 17 in 1944; in time to have joined one of the branches of service, and see action before the war’s end in 1945.

Since then, the “wars and rumors of wars” (Matt 24) have cost many more American lives.  None of these, in this bloggers opinion, save Korea, was worth sacrificing a single one.  Korea,  a  “police action”, prevented us from prosecuting it without endless hamstringing, and without  total victory as our goal, as was done in WWII.  It ended ( ? ) with no peace treaty. This war resulted in the cost of American lives stated below:

Korean War Casualties

The Department of Defense reports that 54,246 American service men and women lost their lives during the Korean War. This includes all losses worldwide. Since the Korean War Veterans Memorial in Washington, D.C. honors all U.S. military who lost their lives during the war, we have tried to obtain the names of service members who died during the period of June 27, 1950 to July 27, 1954. Accessible electronically at the memorial is an Honor Roll database where all 54,246 should be listed. Unfortunately, a fire at the National Personnel Records Center in St. Louis, Mo. destroyed many of the records of service personnel and a complete listing is not available. To date the database includes the names of nearly 39,000 service men and women who died during that period, including the 8,196 missing that are listed on our Honolulu Memorial. The Korean War Honor Roll database, including photographs, is available on this website. As there has been no peace treaty, Americans who lost their lives in the demilitarized zone of Korea since the armistice have been included. The 8,196 Americans who were missing in action, or lost or buried at sea and commemorated at the Honolulu Memorial are included in the database at the Korean War Veterans Memorial.


Four decades after Vietnam,  which resulted in these statistics-

United States armed forces Casualties as of 18 April 2013:

  • 58,282 KIA or non-combat deaths (including the missing & deaths in captivity)[36]

  • 303,644 WIA (including 153,303 who required hospitalization and 150,341 who didn’t)[37]

  • 1,649 MIA (originally 2,646)[38]

  • 725-779 POW (660 freed/escaped,[39] 65-119 died in captivity)[40][41]

During the Vietnam War, 30% of wounded service members died of their wounds.[42]

The South Korean’s suffered casualties assisting us:

South Korea   5,099 KIA   11,232 WIA  4 MIA[77]

Other casualties-  over 1.1million North Vietnamese army and Viet Cong, and many civilian innocents after the U.S. withdrawal.



The Gulf of Tonkin Incident, 40 Years Later

Flawed Intelligence and the Decision for War in Vietnam

Washington, D.C., 4 August 2004 –  Forty years ago today, President Johnson and top U.S. officials chose to believe  that North Vietnam had just attacked U.S. destroyers in the Gulf of Tonkin, even though the highly classified signals intercepts they cited to each other actually described a naval clash two days earlier (a battle prompted by covert U.S. attacks on North Vietnam), according to the declassified intercepts, Johnson White House tapes, and related documents posted today by the National  Security Archive at George Washington University.

Compiled by Archive senior fellow and Vietnam expert John Prados, today’s 40th anniversary electronic briefing book includes Dr. Prados’s detailed analysis of the intercepts – only declassified  in 2003 – together with audio files and transcripts of the key  Tonkin Gulf conversations between President Johnson and Defense Secretary Robert McNamara. The latter are excerpted from Dr. Prados’s  book, The White House Tapes (New York: The New Press, 2003). The posting also contains photographs and charts from the Tonkin Gulf incident courtesy of the U.S. Naval Historical Center, a detailed documentary chronology compiled by the State Department’s Office of the Historian for the Foreign Relations of the United States series, a CIA Special National Intelligence Estimate on possible North Vietnamese responses to U.S. actions from MaY 1964 (just declassified in June 2004), and links to previous and upcoming Archive publications on Vietnam.


Our Vietnam Vets came home to a hostile public, and a severely divided nation.  I feel that there is NO NEED to be the “World’s Boy Scout”.

Iraq, and Afghanistan have proven to be quagmires we didn’t need. NO MORE sacrificing any more American lives to ungrateful,  belligerent,  and otherwise diametrically opposed “cultures” who would see us fall.  NOT ONE!  If we EVER prosecute a war, it had better be only with Congressional, not any other entity’s “approval”.  It should also be understood that our national security is genuinely in danger, not for corporate interests;  the U.N. can go shove it, that we’re in to WIN, and the belligerents can D**n well rebuild themselves with their funds, not ours.   ‘Nuff said.

War is war. A last resort when other methods of resolution fail.  The carrion birds in government need to get the hell out of micromanaging the military.

Full prosecution, and unconditional surrender, when going to war has been decided -as in WWII- not hamstringing our troops.  The entire Regime is guilty of subversion, and other treasonable acts; (see The Worst Cancer – Government Islamics   Exposed: Muslim Recruiting Station on Lackland Air Force Base, TX)  but I was not aware of the exact extent of these egregious “rules of engagement”.   X.  CLICK ON LINK:

     *  By JCscuba:  US Troops Fed Up With Insane Rules of Engagement   *


stand your ground

                                        *******  HONOR THE FALLEN  *******


 At CPAC, who attacked the damnable, hamstringing Military “Rules of Engagement” ? Was it Scott Walker? Donald Trump? (I found his speech to be direct, honest and bold) Rand Paul?No. None of these potential candidates directly addressed this issue. Who did? SARAH PALIN !

We didn’t go to war to defeat fascism under any liberal, political, or other “rules of engagement”; only one “rule”, go and annihilate the enemy so they could pose no further threat.

At CPAC, Sarah immediately spoke up for veterans, the issues they are facing, and how we’ve failed to follow through with our obligations to them in view of their service and sacrifice.  

She hit the proverbial nail on the head. To H*** with politicians hamstringing our military!  You’ve got to see this bold and direct statement, that, to my knowledge, has not been addressed by any other speaker:

 I think the question/answer segment afterward was unduly abbreviated. Sarah was almost too polite. No need to say “sorry.”   It is the American public that should be sorry.  X

Can’t help but wonder how Cry and Howl would react to this…

I don’t quite know if socialist.net, the source of this post, is one person; the site contains many posts with different contributors. I’d received a pingback from the site in response to my recent post about Jon Stewart.   Their name is  Tagged as Politics.   I’d caution my fellow bloggers about this site having just read their “about” page. Here is an excerpt:

Copyright Disclaimer

The Tagged as Politics  blog is an auto-blog service that promotes “politics” tagged posts. The Tagged as Politics blog does not “visit” blog sites. Nor does the Tagged as Politics blog “copy and paste” blogger content from the blogger’s site onto this site.

Tagged as Politics posts what WordPress feeds to this service as part of the WordPress automated promotion of the blogger’s posts.


This site bills itself as “socialistNET’s Political Blogger Promotion Platform”.

The cartoon herein is pretty much saying what I’ve said on several occasions – that we should quit being the World’s Boy Scout-  though this goes considerably further, calling us the World Police.  It should be understood that the U.N.; a precursor to the one world government in Bible prophecy, is the one who wants to be the world’s policemen.

Left to their own devices,  -my opinion- this would result in true chaos. The $%&!# U.N. comes running to US whenever there is a problem requiring force, not the other way around; yet we are the ones left “holding the bag”. Only Britain, with its own socialist problems, has stood by us substantially with the other so-called coalition forces being present in the minutest of numbers. We have enough on our plate with the “Kenyan in chief” tearing our Constitution apart, putting Muslims with known ties to terrorists in high positions of power, a complicit, spineless Congress… I could go on and on.

My opinion remains as previously stated – We ought not to feel obliged to follow the (omitted) U.N.’s opinions; ONLY engage in war with the idea of winning. Period. Not nation building, etc. Not subject to “rules of engagement” that put our troops unnecessarily in harms way, with an enemy that has no such qualms, such as using civilians as shields.  Go in and annihilate the enemy. End of story.

The site contains both sides of the political equation; my visit was to better know whose attention I’d attracted prior to approving the pingback; I’m not prepared to approve for obvious reasons. Any who may be interested can check them out at http://www.socialistnet.net/author/socialistnet/

World Police Reporting for Duty…

By angelis80


I think Australia should probably look at that too. Whilst I get that we are an international community, sometimes I think we just need to mind our own f#%€ing business and stop being led along just because our government has their heads so far up America’s arse we can’t tell where we end and they begin.

Source: World Police Reporting for Duty…

Who the hell do these people think they are? I was struck by a bizarre mix of emotions – to horsewhip those responsible, and to cry.  War is a last resort option; if undertaken it is to annihilate the enemy; not to “nation-build”, win hearts and minds, or have our troops safety and efficacy compromised by globalist garbage.


Have you ever heard the name of Army National Guard Sergeant Derrick Miller? If not you need to know who he is.

Sgt. Derrick Miller was charged with the murder of an Afghan man who turned out to be a spying insurgent. He has been sentenced to life in a military prison with the possibility of parole for defending himself and saving his squad from an imminent attack. He was sentenced in 2011 and is imprisoned at Leavenworth.

According to the Free Derrick Miller website:

“During a combat mission in a hostile area of Afghanistan in September 2010, Sgt. Derrick Miller’s attention was drawn to an Afghan national who had penetrated the defense perimeter set up by the US Army. The Afghan man was positively identified by another soldier under Sgt. Miller’s command who recognized him from a detainment the previous day. The man in question was the driver of a truck reported by military intelligence as transporting members of the opposition to a nearby combat firefight. US military intelligence let the trucks pass.”

“Sgt. Miller was sent to question the Afghan national after observing the suspicious behavior of the man as he reconnoitered their defense perimeter. It appeared that the man was gathering information, and since he was already identified as an enemy combatant, Sgt. Miller was acting instinctively to protect his unit by detaining this man.”

“During the questioning, which took place in an open area with another US soldier and an Afghan interpreter present, Sgt. Miller asked the man why he was within the perimeter. The man initially claimed to be an electrician who was responding to a downed power line, but later claimed to be there to fix a water pump. He had no tools with him, and no apparent means of carrying out the repairs he was supposedly there to address. The man was originally observed accompanied by two men whom he claimed were his sons and helpers. Both of those men had returned to the village without having performed any electrical work, and both in separate directions. They were not present during Sgt. Miller’s questioning. During the harsh questioning, the Afghan insurgent attempted to grab Sgt. Miller’s weapon, and was shot and killed in the struggle.”

“Within a few hours, SGT Millers unit was attacked on three sides by Afghan insurgents. During Sgt. Miller’s trial, all the soldiers who appeared from his unit testified that the enemy had to have reconnoitered their position closely in order to attack in the manner they did. There was also testimony that the incident with Sgt. Miller forced the entire unit into full alert / 100% security, which prepared the soldiers for the attack. Because of Sgt. Miller’s actions, no American lives were lost due to the level of their preparation.”

“As the details of the events of that day came to light, the US soldiers were suspicious of the Afghan man and the two other young men with him that he claimed were his sons and helpers. Yet at different times during the few hours that the Afghan was inside the perimeter, each of these men were sent back to the village by different routes. The Afghan interpreter testified that this happened. It is believed by the soldiers present at the time that these two men were carrying information to the insurgents detailing the most effective targets for the ensuing attack.”

“Sgt. Miller believes, despite his conviction and sentence of life in prison for the murder of this Afghan insurgent, that he was acting solely in self-defense and with sound judgment.”

As a result of his wrongful conviction, Miller’s military career and personal life has been ruined. His two young daughters only get to see their father on occasion when they visit him in prison. Due to him being convicted of murder, his kids receive no military support or aid.

Sgt. Miller needs your help and support. Miller’s mom Renee keeps updates posted on his website and is trying to collect over 200 letters in support of Derrick that she can place on the desk of Rep. Chris Van Hollen. She has a sample letter you can use if you want. You can send your letters to Renee at FreeDerrickMiller@gmail.com . You can also write to your own congressmen in DC and ask them to look into Derrick’s case and fight for his freedom. I pray you take the time to help a real American hero. Sgt. Derrick Miller should be free and home with his two girls.

Read more at http://godfatherpolitics.com/17158/army-national-guard-sgt-imprison…

When the lights go out forever…

Link courtesy of  Gds44’s Blog Posted here and on PAN

A Moral Outrage

It would come with almost no warning. Without any immediate signs as to why, the lights go out, cars stop dead, telephones cease to function, everything with a microchip in it fails, and most of it all never works again.

In the wake of an electromagnetic pulse (EMP) attack on the United States, part or all of the country is thrust back into the 1860s but with 10 times the population. The threat is real, it is pressing, and the United States is doing little to address it.

It strikes many Americans as a fanciful prospect, almost cheesy apocalypse porn, to suggest that something as simple as the destruction of the nation’s power grid could thrust the United States into the dark ages. But those who have investigated this prospect are not rolling their eyes to the threat as are so many of the country’s sophisticates.

In The Wall Street Journal opinion pages on Wednesday, former CIA director James Woolsey and CIA veteran and congressional EMP Commission member Peter Vincent Pry warn of the threat posed by an EMP attack on the United States.

Recent declassification of EMP studies by the U.S. government has begun to draw attention to this dire threat. Rogue nations such as North Korea (and possibly Iran) will soon match Russia and China and have the primary ingredients for an EMP attack: simple ballistic missiles such as Scuds that could be launched from a freighter near our shores; space-launch vehicles able to loft low-earth-orbit satellites; and simple low-yield nuclear weapons that can generate gamma rays and fireballs.

“What would a successful EMP attack look like?” they ask. “The EMP Commission, in 2008, estimated that within 12 months of a nationwide blackout, up to 90% of the U.S. population could possibly perish from starvation, disease and societal breakdown.”

This is a rather antiseptic way of phrasing at the die out which would accompany an EMP attack. Those deaths occur in the immediate wake of this attack due to starvation, thirst, lack of medical care and viable pharmaceuticals, exposure, and mass violence. In the ensuing months, with governmental services having broken down entirely, fiefdoms arise. Conflict over scarce resources becomes commonplace. The globe, faced with the almost immediate withdrawal of American military power, descends into war as competing powers rush to fill the vacuum.

These thought experiments sound far too much like science fiction for many. And there is some excellent science fiction surrounding speculation as to what an EMP attack would look like. William Forstchen’s One Second After is an especially compelling read exploring what effects an EMP attack would have on society in the near and long-term.

Can this dark future be prevented? Of course, but the will to address this threat in Washington apparently does not exist. [Bold font my emphasis – “X” ]

EMP Blast Video:


“In June 2013, Rep. Trent Franks (R., Ariz.) and Rep. Yvette Clark (D., N.Y.) introduced the Secure High-voltage Infrastructure for Electricity from Lethal Damage, or Shield, Act,” Woolsey and Pry write. “Unfortunately, the legislation is stalled in the House Energy and Commerce Committee.”

Similarly, the committee-approved Critical Infrastructure Protection Act (CIPA), also aimed at crafting a national emergency plan to help local, state, and federal officers mitigate the risks the public will face in the wake of an EMP attack has not come to a vote in Congress.

“The cost of protecting the national electric grid, according to a 2008 EMP Commission estimate, would be about $2 billion—roughly what the U.S. gives each year in foreign aid to Pakistan,” the WSJ editorial observes.

Too often, though, cynicism and skepticism have prevented America’s political leaders from acting. It may be too late when they finally realize the scale of this threat to American national security.

It is ironic that, in just a handful of generations, America’s dependence on electricity and computer technology is absolute. Its disappearance would lead to the collapse of civilization, a prospect which must look quite enticing to those actors who wish to do America harm.


Nova: D-Day’s Sunken Secrets


Dive teams, submersibles, and robots explore a massive underwater WWII archeological site. (01:52:52)

Program Description

On June 6, 1944, the Allies launched the biggest armada in history to invade the Normandy beaches and liberate Europe from the Nazis. In less than 24 hours, more than 5,000 ships crossed the English Channel, along with thousands of tanks and landing craft and nearly 200,000 men. Throughout the operation, hundreds of ships sank running the gauntlet of mines and bunkers, creating one of the world’s largest underwater archaeological sites. Now, NOVA has exclusive access to a unique collaboration between military historians, archaeologists, and specialist divers to carry out the most extensive survey ever done of the seabed bordering the legendary beachheads. Dive teams, submersibles, and underwater robots will discover and identify key examples of Allied craft that fell victim to German shellfire, mines, and torpedoes, using the latest 3D-mapping tools to plot the relics on the sea floor. Highlighting the ingenious technology that helped the Allies overcome the German defenses, and featuring first-hand accounts from Allied veterans who have returned to the site of this epic battle to share their harrowing stories, “D-Day’s Sunken Secrets” unfolds a vivid blow-by-blow account of the tumultuous events of D-Day and reveals how the Allies’ intricate planning and advanced technology assured the success of the most ambitious and risky military operation ever launched.





Photo: Image: United  States Department of Energy

Bravo tested the first practical fusion bomb in the US arsenal, which with a  yield of 15 megatons – 1,200 times more powerful than the Little Boy weapon  dropped on Hiroshima – is the largest nuclear device detonated by the US yet.  This show of what science and technology can do also led to the most major  unintentional radiological contamination ever caused by the US, its blast cloud  spreading dangerously over 7000 sq miles of the Pacific, including several  islands around the Bikini Atoll.

Read more at http://www.environmentalgraffiti.com/featured/most-colossal-nuclear-explosions-captured-camera/17875#4PY7X5iQfFyWxwVK.99

Atom bomb nearly exploded over North Carolina in 1961: UK paper


LONDON (Reuters) – A U.S. atom bomb nearly exploded in 1961 over North Carolina that would have been 260 times more powerful than the device that devastated Hiroshima, according to a declassified document published in a British newspaper on Friday.

The Guardian newspaper said the document, obtained by investigative journalist Eric Schlosser under the Freedom of Information Act, gave the first conclusive evidence that the United States came close to a disaster in January 1961.

The incident happened when two Mark 39 hydrogen bombs were accidentally dropped over Goldsboro, North Carolina, after a B-52 bomber broke up in midair.

There has been persistent speculation about how serious the incident was and the U.S. government has repeatedly denied its nuclear arsenal put Americans’ lives at risk through safety flaws, the newspaper said.

But the newly published document said one of the two bombs behaved exactly in the manner of a nuclear weapon in wartime, with its parachute opening and its trigger mechanisms engaged. Only one low-voltage switch prevented a cataclysm.

Fallout could have spread over Washington, Baltimore, Philadelphia and even New York City, the paper said, threatening the lives of millions of people.

In the document, Parker Jones, a senior engineer in the Sandia National Laboratories responsible for the mechanical safety of nuclear weapons, concluded that “one simple, dynamo-technology, low-voltage switch stood between the United States and a major catastrophe.”

Jones’ report, titled “Goldsboro Revisited or: How I Learned to Mistrust the H-Bomb,” was written eight years after the accident in which one hydrogen bomb fell into a field near Faro, North Carolina, and the other into a meadow.

He found that three of four safety mechanisms designed to prevent unintended detonation failed to operate properly in the Faro bomb.

When the bomb hit the ground, a firing signal was sent to the nuclear core of the device and it was only the final, highly vulnerable switch that averted a disaster.

“The MK 39 Mod 2 bomb did not possess adequate safety for the airborne alert role in the B-52,” Jones concluded.

The Guardian said the document was found by Schlosser as he was researching a new book on the nuclear arms race, “Command and Control.”

(Reporting by Belinda Goldsmith; Editing by Xavier Briand)



Ready for a ‘lil war with Mexico?  –  Time to boycott Absolut Vodka, while we’re at it….

The Conquest of Aztlan
Could Mexico retake the southwestern United States?
Illegal crossings of the U.S.-Mexico border have doubled recently, and possibly even tripled, since the latest congressional push toward “comprehensive immigration reform” – which many consider a euphemism for amnesty.
Indeed, as journalist Katie Pavlich has reported, some border patrol agents claim illegals are coming to the U.S. in much higher numbers in just the past few months, with data from Customs and Border Protection showing 504 illegals were detected crossing in just one border sector between Feb. 5 and March 1. Only 189 were caught on camera, and just 174 of the 504 were apprehended. Of those spotted on camera, 32 were carrying huge packs believed to contain drugs and several were heavily armed.
But could, as some immigration activists openly advocate, Mexico actually retake the Southwestern part of the United States?
Not only are the Mexicans capable, but an invasion is underway, insists immigration expert Glenn Spencer.
In The Conquest of Aztlan, Spencer unveils the aims of a radical movement that identifies itself as “America’s Palestinians.” Their ultimate goal is to reclaim the American Southwest, including California, Arizona, Nevada, New Mexico and parts of Colorado and Texas. Hispanic activists refer to the former Mexican territory as Aztlan, the mythical place of origin of the Aztec people.
April Special: Get a FREE copy of ‘MINUTEMEN: The Battle to Secure America’s Borders’ (Hardcover) with every purchase of ‘The Conquest of Aztlan.’
This is not merely the irrational scheme of some fringe group. Using original footage, Spencer shows how the pronouncements of Mexican officials and their policies support a reconquest of the Southwest. Perhaps even more importantly, Spencer contends, U.S. immigration policies and lax enforcement are paving the way for this invasion.
Click Here to Watch an interview with Glenn Spencer, the creator of “The Conquest of Aztlan”


In The Conquest of Aztlan you’ll see how:

  • Former Mexican President Ernesto Zedillo made a de facto declaration of war on the U.S.
  • The Mexican government helped quash an immigration measure passed by the people of California.
  • A fifth column of subversives is plotting to recolonize the United States.
  • Mexican officials prepare citizens to invade the U.S.
  • Mexican anti-Americanism revealed itself after the Sept. 11 attack.
  • Immigrants in the U.S. are encouraged to vote in the interests of Mexico.
  • U.S. policies ultimately are leading to a breakup of the country.

Glenn Spencer is president of California-based Voice of Citizens Together and host of the popular talk show, American Patrol.

Does Swedish vodka company “Absolut” think that Mexico should retake the southwestern United States? Look at a recent advertisement of theirs:



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