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NRA Spokeswoman Forced to Move After She Received Death Threats

Posted by Martin C. Fox on October 16, 2017

Death threats by gun control advocates. This would make perfect sense to Anti-fa. This makes plain the level of the people with which we are dealing. Ignorance is a tough enemy.

http://freebeacon.com/issues/nra-spokeswoman-forced-move-death-threats/

National Rifle Association spokeswoman Dana Loesch announced Sunday on Twitter that her family had been forced to move suddenly after she received multiple death threats from gun control advocates.

Loesch, a conservative commentator and syndicated talk radio host, followed the announcement of her family’s move by condemning the way politically progressive society has treated not just her, but conservative women as a whole. Read the rest of this entry »

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Navy Reformer Elmo Zumwalt Dies

Posted by Martin C. Fox on October 16, 2017

Special to The Washington Post
Monday, January 3, 2000

“We used Agent Orange to save lives.”

Hundreds of thousands of American and Vietnamese cancer victims and their deformed progeny might have a more refined position.

Zumwalt Sr and his cohorts OK’d the use of agent orange knowing exactly what it would do to Vietnamese peasants and American soldiers.

Only the WaPo could write such a puff peace on the key figure in military crop dusting of a foreign country and our own people with cancer.

http://www.washingtonpost.com/wp-srv/WPcap/2000-01/03/036r-010300-idx.html

Zumwalt was a charismatic, innovative and sometimes controversial leader whose service began in the great crusade of World War II and ended in the ambiguities and contradictions of Vietnam.

In the latter struggle, he ordered the use of the defoliant Agent Orange to reduce U.S. casualties. In 1988, his son and namesake, who had served in Vietnam and been exposed to the herbicide, died of cancer. Although he believed Agent Orange had caused his son’s illness, Zumwalt never doubted the necessity of using it. Read the rest of this entry »

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Agent Orange, Admiral Elmo Zumwalt,The Forgotten Story

Posted by Martin C. Fox on October 16, 2017

Next time you hear John McCain perpetuate lies about Syria using chemical weapons and prattle on about how horrible is the thought of doing such a thing – think agent orange.

http://www.vetshome.com/forgotten_story_of_agent_orange.htm

This is the forgotten story of the shameful nexus between politics-industry-scientists to poison the living and the future generations by terming the toxic chemical as safe for humans and environment. There are an estimated 650,000 like Hong Hanh in Vietnam, suffering from an array of baffling chronic conditions. Another 500,000 have already died. We are talking of the most toxic molecule known to science — Agent Orange — sprayed during a prolonged military campaign in the Vietnam war.

The company which manufactured and marketed Agent Orange, has now moved into genetic engineering. This is the company, which former US President Bill Clinton once remarked: “…will lead us into 21st century.” Read the rest of this entry »

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The Vietnam War is Not History for Victims of Agent Orange | By | Common Dreams

Posted by Martin C. Fox on October 16, 2017

Did you ever walk up to an old friend and ask Hey, what’s the matter with you today? Then have the response be ‘agent orange’. I have.

https://www.commondreams.org/views/2017/10/09/vietnam-war-not-history-victims-agent-orange

The Vietnam War is Not History for Victims of Agent Orange

The actions of the US government and the US manufacturers of Agent Orange and other deadly herbicides is a moral outrage.

 

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oftwominds-Charles Hugh Smith: The Endgame of Financialization: Stealth Nationalization

Posted by Martin C. Fox on October 16, 2017

Now do you see why the those two ‘nut jobs’ Ron and Rand Paul want to end the Fed?

https://charleshughsmith.blogspot.rs/2017/10/the-endgame-of-financialization-stealth.html

As you no doubt know, central banks don’t actually print money and toss it out of helicopters; they create a digital liability and use this new currency to buy assets such as bonds and stocks. Central banks have found that they can take control of the stock and bond markets by buying up as much as these markets as is necessary to force price and yield to do the central banks’ bidding. Read the rest of this entry »

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Revisionist History vs. Conspiracy History

Posted by Martin C. Fox on October 15, 2017

Resolve to research revisionism.

The Murray Rothbard quote in the video is worth the price of admission. You will undoubtedly hear the statists dis’ revisionism. The science is settled so to speak. That should be enough to make you want to learn more.

Learn to review bibliographies when finishing a book. They can lead you in all sorts of marvelous directions.

More below:

https://www.garynorth.com/public/17241.cfm

Revisionist historians are dismissed as conspiracy historians. This is a popular designation. It was dreamed up in 1967 by the Central Intelligence Agency. That, at least, is a good revisionist account of the origins of the phrase. But maybe it is merely a conspiratorial account. In either case, I’m willing to run with it.

As with any fringe group in American society, there are various levels of commitment among those who are in some way associated with a particular revisionist interpretation of history. Some people have read a great deal. They may have written something. They may have a website that deals with these issues. In other words, they are historians by avocation. They are probably not employed as history professors because the historical Guild has been screening out revisionist historians ever since the Rockefeller Foundation put up the money for the Council on Foreign Relations to fund an anti-revisionist version of America’s entry into the war. That was in 1946. I talk about this here.

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My first exposure to revisionist history I suppose was Chapman Pincher’s ‘Too Secret Too Long‘. It is about the massive Soviet penetration of MI5 & 6 starting in the thirties, lasting well into the fifties and probably longer. That book started a mini revolution on the subject and subsequent books have expanded on the subject greatly.

Did you know the head of MI5 (internal security much like the current FBI) after WW II was the Soviet agent Kim Philby? There were more Soviet sympathizers and spies in the UK secret service than in the FDR administration. MI5 and MI6 (their CIA) were like sieves.

Next in my experience was Pearl Harbor revisionism. The works by and about Husband Kimmel and Walter Short, naval and army commanders at Pearl harbor. There is little doubt in my mind Pearl harbor was an inside job and Kimmel and Short were collateral damage.

Did you know that at the height of tensions with Japan fuel and other supplies were drastically rationed so that most of the Pacific fleet was forced to stay in port at any given time?

The book mentioned in the post, Charles Tansill’s ‘Back Door to War‘, describes FDR’s plan to entrap Japan into war. Written in the ’50’s! Yet you never heard of it until now.

Did you know a major Reason FDR wanted the US in the European war was to help take the heat from the German onslaught off his ‘Uncle Joe‘?

Revisionism continues today. Tom Woods’ ‘Lincoln Unmasked’ and ‘The Lincoln They Don’t Want You To Know‘ are great examples. Never heard of those either, have you?

What President said that he had to violate the Constitution in order to save it? What President said he was indifferent to slavery but would use any force necessary to collect taxes? What President sent the Army to arrest in the middle of the night thousands of private citizens for expressing their opinions? And held them incommunicado in military prisons with total denial of due process of law? And had his soldiers destroy newspaper plants? and What President said that all black people should be expelled from the United States because they could never be full-fledged citizens?

Honest Abe the colonist. Didn’t you know?

The only down side to revisionist history is realizing your government history, in government school history books, in your government school was a complete waste.

The presidents you think are best were really the worst. The exceptions being possibly Washington because he did the least and had the best final speech and Kennedy because he targetted the worst in government and died because of it.

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I am not a number. I am a free man!-Number 6

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Iran Must Be Destroyed – LewRockwell

Posted by Martin C. Fox on October 14, 2017

I don’t know about you but I am sick of Washington being Israel’s willing sock puppet.

https://www.lewrockwell.com/2017/10/eric-margolis/iran-must-be-destroyed/

 President Donald Trump has put the United States on the course for war with Iran. 

 The US vociferous ambassador to the UN, Nikki Haley, is almost a wholly-owned subsidiary of the Las Vegas gambling mogul and uber Zionist billionaire, Sheldon Adelson – who is also a key financial backer of Trump and Netanyahu.

 There won’t be much doubt about how Congress handles this hot potato.  The leading senators and congressmen who will deal with the issue, like Bob Corker, Tom Cotton, and Marco Rubio, are all firmly in the pocket of pro-Israel lobbies.

 In fact, Israel’s Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu appears to have more influence on Capitol Hill than President Trump. He used to show it off by humiliating former president Barack Obama.

Israel has just scored a major triumph by using Trump to sabotage the Iran nuclear pact.  Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu has long been adamant in insisting that the pact be scrapped.  Having pushed the US to destroy its old foes, Iraq and Syria, Israel now has its big guns trained on Iran, the last regional power that can challenge Israel’s domination of the Mideast.  Iran, we should remember, is also the only important Mideast power backing the Palestinians and calling for a Palestinian state.

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Justin Raimondo in Hospital

Posted by Martin C. Fox on October 13, 2017

Source: Justin Raimondo in Hospital

Best wishes for a speedy recovery.  Looks like an FBI black op to me!

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The Las Vegas Mass Shooting – Deplorables Deserved It

Posted by Martin C. Fox on October 13, 2017

Telling indeed has been the readiness of left-leaning commentators to steer the narrative over “the largest mass shooting in American history” away from this bedrock fact.  Leftists, rather, don’t want for their ideology and party to in any way be linked to a despicable excuse-for-a-man that is responsible for conducting a historically unprecedented mass shooting.

The Diverse Panthers

https://www.lewrockwell.com/2017/10/jack-kerwick/the-las-vegas-mass-shooting-in-political-cultural-context/

Had an impartial spectator not known better, he could be forgiven for confusing this event with a Trump rally.

And this is the point:

While the public has not yet been made privy to any information regarding Paddock’s subjective intentions on the evening that his name became synonymous with evil, there is one basic fact on which partisans from across the political spectrum seem to be in total agreement.  Whether Paddock—like Democrat mass shooter and Bernie Sanders supporter, James Hodgkinson, who deliberately and methodically attempted to assassinate Republican Congress members on a Virginia baseball field a few months back—meant to slaughter Republican voters, he did in point of fact slaughter people who, undoubtedly, were predominantly Republican voters. Read the rest of this entry »

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Coal-Fueled Cars? – LewRockwell

Posted by Martin C. Fox on October 13, 2017

You really have to work at ignoring the elephant in this room.

Not only would we have to burn more coal or build more nuclear power generating plants, we would have to upgrade the existing electrical distribution system (the grid) to service all the additional electric load that the EVs would require.

When everyone thinks the same, no one is thinking-General Patton

https://www.lewrockwell.com/2017/10/larry-laborde/coal-fueled-cars/

Several countries are making proclamations that state all new cars shall be electric by a certain date.  Who decided on electric cars?  I know they sound “clean” but where does that electricity come from? Read the rest of this entry »

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