Jim W. Dean – “We lonely crosses do stand here, as sentries for soldiers who no longer fear the shells, the gas, the machine gun chatter, and all the bad generals… for that matter.”
The Canadian Museum and the Giant Picnic to commemorate D Day were enjoyable events.
– What we have is literally a war going on against people by not only their respective governments, but a whole host of private and foreign actors
– For fighter pilots with no parachutes, and tracer ammo to light up their fuel tanks, they got to ride a Roman Candle down, or jump if they could
– People have long denounced any glorification of combat as a desecretion of human life, but that is a rather a selective evaluation.
– M I Bhat – The recent headline ‘White House urges Jewish leaders not to lobby for new Iran sanctions’ – beats every word said and written so far.
– We celebrate and honor all of those who fought with a poetic journey down memory lane to the first war time photojournalists
We salute all the poor souls who charged into nothingness, for nothingness.
The decline of America and its global stature probably began with the implementation of our modified capitalistic society, though I choose to discuss the decline from the end of the Second World War when it is far easier for us to view and for us to remember.
Believe it or not, November 11th was not made a holiday in order to celebrate war, support troops, or cheer the 11thyear of occupying Afghanistan.
It is a well recognized fact that the USA achieved its independence from Great Britain in 1776.
When the Germans realized this, [that they had been double-crossed by the Jews] they naturally resented it. Up to that time, the Jews had never been better off in any country in the world than they had been in Germany.
This speech was given 50 years ago – half a century ago! It is a classic now – well-known to many dissidents, especially historical revisionists.
I predict a bloody December as many normal peoples’ hopes for a healthy kid are shattered beyond all recognition by a Fukushima Daiichi crop of monster, deformed, crazed or dead kids.
WASHINGTON – Frank Woodruff Buckles, who lied about his age to enlist in the Army in 1917 and became the last known U.S. veteran of World War I, died on February 27, 2011 at the age of 110.
Jim W. Dean – “We lonely crosses do stand here, as sentries for soldiers who no longer fear, the shells , the gas, the machine gun chatter, and all the bad generals… for that matter.
America’s last surviving World War I veteran says Congress should pass legislation to create a memorial in the nation’s capital honoring veterans of that conflict. Frank Buckles, the 109-year-old honorary chairman of the World War I Memorial Foundation, said Wednesday on the eve of Veterans Day that such a memorial is overdue.