Today the US-led coalition is apparently going to another war. The civilizational catastrophe plotted in the Middle East would by far exceed everything experienced by the US Army and their families at homes before.
Although the wars are drawing down, the deployment schedules for our men and women in uniform aren’t easing up. Troops continue to meet multiple operational needs, such as theater security exercises with partner nations, Navy ship cruises and other training requirements.
At 3:30 AM on 27 July 2011, heavily armed and masked Israeli Forces hurled blocks of stone into several windows of the Freedom Theatre in Jenin Refugee Camp and arrested two men. Juliano Mer-Khamis, established the Freedom Theater in 2006 and was murdered outside of it on 4 April 2011. I never made it to the Freedom Theatre, but I did spend a day in Jenin Camp on 23 July 2007.
April is Confederate Memorial Month where various commemorations held throughout the month, primarily in the South. In the other states I would venture to say that most have never even heard of it, a combination performance of historical revisionism, political correctness, and amnesia. But I am happy to report that we are seeing more events being held each year,and better attended.
Many contributors to Veterans Today may not have an understanding of members of the Armed Forces – particularly career Soldiers, Sailors, Marines, Airmen and CoastGuardsmen. (Also derisively referred to as Lifers!) I have a blue retiree I.D. card. Guess I qualify as a Lifer.
Controversy over American military efforts in Iraq and Afghanistan is common. America has been at war for over ten years. Children of troops that fought America’s enemies in the first days of the war on terror are now fighting too. There is no end in sight. Very well intended people like to point out that The United States failed to comply with what has become to be called the “Powell Doctrine” after General Colin Powell.
Under pressure: German troops are calling on Chancellor Angela Merkel to tell them why they’re at war in Afghanistan By Daily Mail Foreign Service (UK) German soldiers are wearing their hearts on their sleeves – in the form of a badge that protests their country’s involvement in the war in Afghanistan. Some troops have taken […]
* From: A warrior poet – Los Angeles Times * Brian Turner’s ‘Here, Bullet’ is a soldier’s view, in verse, of the war in Iraq. Brian Turner served seven years in the U.S. Army. One of them was as an infantry team leader in Iraq with the 3rd Stryker Brigade Combat Team, 2nd Infantry Division. […]
Meanwhile, back here in the United States, women in the military are still seen as less capable and something of a curiosity. The fact that we are so grossly outnumbered — only 14 percent of soldiers in the Army are women — automatically makes us a curiosity. Until I saw that video about the I.D.F., I thought that women were pretty well integrated in our Army.
by Barton Kunstler, Ph.D., Author, “The Hothouse Effect” “Banished veterans.” The phrase shouldn’t make sense. Someone joins the military, fights in a war, returns home, and then is banished? Thankfully, this can’t happen here… But it is happening here. Thousands of men and women who have risked their lives in the country’s wars have been […]
Carnaptious: Great article, and a great video. It is worth noting that it's not quite true that "They borrow the money at interest from privately owned central banks." The ...
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Saker's weak point with the "nazi" theme might be explainedvia actual laws in most countries in Europe. One can not openly talk about or question holocaust on a public forums ...
Dan: Linda says, "Heads on Sticks." This inter-generational banking cabal is ahead of that game. "Cabal" comes from Cabala, which is another word for magic, which is real enough inasmuch as ...
jerry .: I heard they can even produce micro-micro mini nukes and soon they'll have a nano nuke. Why swat those flys when you can nano nuke 'em?