Another whose name has been expunged from the record is General Albert C. Wedemeyer ("Wedemeyer Reports!" - 1958)
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December 7. Whenever this fateful date reoccurs on the calelndar, it invariably revives a flood of tragic and painful recollections. The pain of recollection will be intensified this year when you read the recently published frank, and informative, memoirs of the widely experienced and universally respected General Albert C. Wedemeyer [Wedemeyer Reports! -- Ed.]. This big revealing book begins and ends with the emphatic and unequivocal assurance that the attack on Pearl Harbor could have been -- and should have been -- prevented, and that the United States could have -- and should have -- stayed out of World War II.
Says Wedemeyer, and I quote: "The Soviet colossus would not now bestride half the world had the United States kept out of war -- at least until Soviet Russia and Nazi Germany had exhausted each other. But Franklin D. Roosevelt, the proclaimed champion of democracy," continues the General, "was as successful as any dictator could have been in keeping Congress and the public in ignorance of his secret commitments to Britain. Commitments which flouted the will and the wishes of the voters who had reelected him only after he had assured them that he would keep us out of the war. The fact that Japan's attack had been deliberately provoked was obscured by the disaster at Pearl Harbor," says Wedemeyer. "President Roosevelt had maneuvered us into the war by his patently unneutral actions against Germany and the final ultimatum against Japan."
So much for the beginning of the Wedemeyer Reports! Near the conclusion we find this, and I quote again:
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The greatest threat to freedom is not foreign governments. It is our own.
Wolfram - excellent post
This is veterans day. While we're aainst the policies of this govt. and many govts before it, I think we should be seen as supporters of the soldiers of the Republic. Lets make some commemorations or maybe church services or wear a flag on our lapel or whatever we can to show that at leasst we're in favor ofour armed forces, no matter how badly they're used. Remember, when young men are in combat, they must be faithful to their comrades, no matter what. That's all that can be asked of a soldier.
Much interesting input from you folks, though I regret to say I don't support "our" troops at all. They are truly not "our" troops and they are truly doing us colossal damage every day they remain at large. Lindergh as hero? Definitely, and an unsung one at that. He was once the focus of worldwide adulation yet seems to have then been relegated to near-total obscurity because of his "crime" of standing up for the white race, a thing universally accepted and affirmed at the time. Apparently he had quite a long career of consulting for the space program, though I'm not sure how having been a 1920s aviator translates to being a thermodynamics expert....... but he has my undying gratitude and appreciation for embodying Americanism as he did. Wonder if he (after his father, Charles Augustus Sr.) was named for Charlemagne, whose real name was Carolus Augustus.
..................Am just now raking the much at the SPLC site -- which says that Revilo Oliver committed suicide?
As usual, there's much of interest there, especially if any of it's true. WARNING: Much of its ghastly and horrible.
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Made up of an area stretching from western Riverside County to the southwest corner of San Bernardino County, the Inland Empire used to be a sparsely populated, rural area of ranches, vineyards and farms, where whites were the clear and dominant majority.
All that has changed.
Driven from Los Angeles and San Diego by soaring housing prices, middle- and working-class black, Hispanic and Asian families have migrated to the Inland Empire in massive numbers, drawn by a surplus of comparatively affordable, big homes in sprawling, suburban-style developments. The rolling, high-desert terrain of the Inland Empire is now studded with more than 50 small to mid-sized cities containing a combined population of roughly 3 million. This continuing exodus inland from Southern California's expensive coastal cities has fueled large-scale residential, commercial and industrial development in the region. Horse pastures and orange groves have been paved over for strip malls and chain restaurants. Simultaneously, the Inland Empire has experienced rapid demographic shifts as more and more minorities move into a region that has long been a hotbed of white supremacist activity. Between 1990 and 2000, the Inland Empire's white population increased only 7%, while the number of blacks grew 61%, Asians 62% and Latinos 82%.
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..............the New York City Gay and Lesbian Anti-Violence Project says reports of anti-gay violence are up 24% in the last two years, with reports of anti-gay assaults now averaging one each 36 hours.
"Prisons and jails are the most racially divisive institutions in America," says Kelsey Kauffman, an expert on racism and violence among prison officials who recently completed a study of a big Indiana prison.
Some groups are essentially organized crime families, while others concentrate on racist ideology. But they all contribute to a prison world that is divided by race and largely ruled by violence.
"The whole nature of the prison subculture has changed," explains Dan MacAllair, associate director of the Center for Juvenile and Criminal Justice. "It used to be order was maintained through a loose understanding between guards and inmates. And there was an inmate code, a sense of solidarity among inmates. Now, the inmate code has broken down. Prisons have subdivided [along racial lines].
"It wasn't as bad before."
Similar reports of staged battles have emerged from the recently closed Tulsa County Jail in Oklahoma. Black inmates were allegedly forced into a cell known as the "white Tank," where they were made to face down inmates they later described as "white supremacists."
Although Undersheriff Bill Thompson would say the resulting brawl derived from a "legitimate attempt to integrate a cell," a black and a white inmate — both of whom were caught in the melee that they said had been staged by guards — each won $25,000 settlements.
In another case in the same facility, a single white inmate was placed with 19 black inmates in a cell known as the "Gladiator Tank" for the frequent battles there. Jason Stanford, who suffered a concussion and was slashed with broken glass in the beating that followed, won a $65,000 settlement as a result. <!--
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Alright, we differ on the service. However, the thing to understand, I think is that those soldiers who are serving are the men who will lead our cause in the future. Leadership will not come from college campus'. Leadership must come from men who have proven themselves. It never comes from the timid types who are on our campus' at this time or at any time in the past, no matter how "Brilliant."
This is only a forum for rhetorical thought. Putting ideas forward for discussion. That's important, but it has it's limitations.
If we're seen as against what the vast majority of Americans hold dear, we hurt our cause.
As for myself, I'm not able to put away that part of me that I hold dear. I make my unit reunions and stand with my buddies of that time and we remember what we and the men who didn't make it backdid. Any Soldier, Marine, Sailor or Airmanwho ever turns his back on his buddies is a traitor. That's the way things are and have always been. Nobody can ever change that.
We believe in the same thing overall, but on this we disagree.
Did you and your buddies swear an oath to uphold the Constitution, John? What is there that government -- including "our" military -- does today that's got anything to do with their Constitutional job description? Are they not in fact simply tearing everything to pieces?
Americans were themselves less free when they finished liberating Europe and Japan -- and we note that today's wars and political hoopla all have the same effect on US.Edited by: nelson
I'm inagreement with your last post.Yes, we took an oath and as far as we're concerned those oaths are still in force. However, you and I aren't talking about that. We're talking about soldiers and what they've got to do. That's any soldier, fighting for whatever it is he's fightng for. He owes those men in his unit, his complete loyalty.
If later in life, upon mature reflection, he changes his mind about that time in his life that he was a soldier, that changes nothing between him and his comrades. That can never be changed because those shared experiences are over, but yet still part of the man.
By extention,people like me owethe same loyalty to those men putting their own lives on the line that he owes his brothers in arms. Those men are doing the same as he did whenwas young and not yet mature enough to understand politics. There can be no discussion of orders.
As far as this mess we're involved with in Iraq and Afghanistan, I'm with you, I want us out of those places. However, I don't think I'm contradicting myself at all with what I just said above.
We just differ on this, but essentially, on everything else, we're in full agreement.
No they are not our troops. They belong to the ones who own their hearts & minds. The government. Veterans day should be a day remembered by whites & nationalists. We should remember that every single war since & during the civil war was designed for the destruction of the white race. Millions of whites killing whites for pay & benefits. Sounds mercenary does it not? The world order has had trouble conjuring up enough false patriotism to get the goyim to war with Europe again so they used white americans to fight any potential non-conformist entities to keep down the white birth rate &keep the world safe for dharma.The oath taken by the military is primarily to defend their countrymen from all enemies foreign or domestic. That oath has not been kept because the paymasters are the enemy & I do not know of any such defense. As for me & my house we will serve God & not the u s government. As King David once prayed " If they come against us the Lord has delivered them into our hands".
We do agree on most things and I'm so grateful for that, John. But re the military, I believe what you say flies in the face of everything the Founding Fathers believed --likea large percentage of Americans up until the TV age. And I say we're doomed under the present military setup because soldiers (past and present) are loyal to each other, not to the Constitution, their ancestors, their unborn children, or their fellow citizens who need them HERE, NOW, fixing THIS country and saving IT from its HOME-GROWN enemies. I fear the attitudes you advocate are the epitome of the institutional, statistworldview that has killed every great nation in history.
You are one veteran who understands the pickle we're in domestically. Most veterans are the hardest people on earth to persuade that there's anything wrong at all. You try to gently tug them toward the real world and they snort "don't talk to me about that nonsense, I SERVED my country IN UNIFORM." And that's the "leaders" the military is really breeding for tomorrow -- lotus-eating philistines.
Forgive me --on this subject I tend run on. I think you're great and I really enjoy your writings. I guess I'm just a member of the Worst Generation suffering from near-terminal cynicism [img]smileys/smiley2.gif[/img]. . . /\/
nelson - whitefreeman
Alright,we disagree on this subject.
Absolutely! He is #1 in my book. R K Hoskins & Eustace Mullins are 2 of my favorites.[img]smileys/smiley1.gif[/img]Originally Posted by nelson
I agree with John on this. Any soldier who put his life on the line for his country is to be respected and honored.They did what they thought was right based on what they were taught to believe.
Returning to an America First foreign policy will take an organized vanguard who educate Middle Americans on issues like these. Alienating soldiers and veterans witharcane theories that in effect make them bad guys for their sacrifices will ensure that nationalism never gains a larger following.
Editor, The Nationalist Times, Voice of the Real America since 1985
I heard a sermon one time titled "Some People Don't Like Real Butter". It was about the differences between phony churchianity compared to real Christianity & how some people just don't like the real thing.If the military & the government that owns it would do just one thing I would appreciate it. Stop hiring teen-age boys & girls to do what should be doneby the fat,middle-aged & old men who are so willing to sacrifice white youth on the altar of war,while proclaiming how much they care for them. If youcare foryour children then don't throw them in the Nile river just to appease your gods. Jump in yourself. There is an old saying "Once an ex-marine,Always an ex-marine". That's me.
Good morning Sir. Well, I'm sorry anybody feels that way about theCorps. Those areyour feelings though and you're entitled to them. I certainly won't try to change your mind.
However, your ideas about who should serve I think are off the mark. I'm no big Christian. I've got so many faults and I've done so many things wrong, I can't preach to anyone about religion, but I've always been very impressed with what Jesus said about [ Rendering unto Caesar the things that are Caesar's, and unto the Lord those things that are the Lord's]. Well, as an "Ex Marine," you know that the butts of youngmen are Caesar's. Caesar, doesn't want or need the people you described. I've heard that argument since the sixties and it holds no water. It is the way of the world the the youngmen (this baloney of sending women to combat zones is just degeneracy, what we're against)do the fighting and nobody will ever change that. Not even in this insane asylum that we're living in, try as they might.
Shakespeare had some interesting things to sayon the same subject as well. Don't get me wrong there either. I'm no scholar. You just get to do some reading when you get a little older.
If you don't mind whitefreeman.What was your unit? Mine was 1st Bat. 26th Mar. 3rd Mar Div.
Greetings Mr Dilberger. I was in service from 1977-1981. My first 13 months after basic & engineer school was Camp Hansen(Okinawa) & the remainder at Camp LeJeune,2nd Mar Div. I enlisted at 17,a boy in a man's world for sure. There were things I love about the Corps. Unfortunately it's controlled by damn politicians. We have different world views Mr Dilberger. That does'nt mean I'm right or that you're wrong. I hope we find common ground somewhere down the road. Happy Thanksgiving & Semper Fidelis!
We do have common ground. Camp Hansen. I was there in the early sixties. I enjoyed that experience (of course Kin Village too, of course). Just with that alone, we're alot closer than you might think.
Semper Fidelis - John...
Speaking of the military, does anybody have any idea how to contact Steven Barry or what he's doing these days? Am sorting stuff and just came across a fantastic Ingrid Rimland article in an old issue of The Resister, his delicious but defunct "hate magazine" for people disgusted with the PC takeover of our armed forces.
I heard about this mag for some years and was dying to see a copy. When I finally did, Sgt. Barry had already given up and ceased publication. Gee, the boats I miss! [img]smileys/smiley19.gif[/img]
SPLC Fumes appropriately about his exploits:
Glad he was never indicted for the alleged security breaches, but how indeed do you explain that he wasn't?
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May he remain unsung.Originally Posted by nelson
Originally Posted by whitefreeman
Too late. [img]smileys/smiley17.gif[/img]
Here are some other feats of Pastor Crowley's for good measure.
1. When the Holohoax museum went up in DC, hepicketed it faithfully and publicized the fact that a film shown continuously in it attempted to tear down Christianity and blame the Holy-co$t on it. He raised enough noise to get the film altered -- an almost unprecedented accomplishment in terms of truth engineering.
2. He has spoken at Populist Party events when the truth we embrace in this forum was even less in circulation than today, and when the Party was vilified as the worst outcropping of "neo-Nazi" naughtiness this side of the KKK. Really he's one of the leading pioneers in the opposition of Jewish supremacism, and was at it long before many anti-Zionists living today were aware of anything -- including me.
3. He has done all this -- certainly in the time I've known him -- under the burden of a serious heart condition.
His father, Dale Crowley Sr., founded the National Religious Broadcasters organization, and lived to see (and deplore) the day that lesserpeople would turn it into the morally useless piece of junk it is today -- butthe organzationwas great while it lasted. Quite early in the game Dale Sr. or Jr. was the object of a murder plot because of their dedication to Truth -- have got thestory in print somewhere.
A google search on our hero leads to many interesting things, including a "social network diagram" on him (in a site of many such charts) --
...................... and a shot of him at a celebration of Joe Sobran (what better credential could one ask?)