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42 minutes ago, James DiEugenio said:

I agree with this.  Do you know how long we have been in Afghanistan?

Check this out Jimmy D. Sidney Powell one of the President's key attorneys in the voter fraud cut her teeth on a drug dealer implicated in the assassination of Judge John Wood which involved Charles Harrelson . Also do you find it odd that Woody is such a cheerleader for dope?

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Assassination of Judge John H. Wood

In 1979 Sidney Powell was one of the prosecutors in the trial of Jimmy Chagra, where he was convicted of continuing criminal violations.[9] Chagra was an American drug trafficker implicated in the May 1979 assassination of United States District Judge John H. Wood Jr. in San Antonio, Texas. In the 1970s Chagra was one of the biggest drug traffickers operating out of Las Vegas and El Paso, and according to one observer, he was "the undisputed marijuana kingpin of the Western world."[10] Chagra was released from prison for health reasons in Atlanta, Georgia, on December 9, 2003, and reportedly placed in the Federal Witness Protection Program. Chagra died of cancer on July 25, 2008

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28 minutes ago, Jim Harwood said:

Why the huh? Do you have any hypothesis as to why large numbers people stopped spelling "lose" and replaced it with "loose"?

 

Oh dear lord, you're serious. I thought you were just using that as a thinly veiled excuse for repeatedly taunting Ron on his misspelling mistake.

Well, in that case I apologize for taunting you for your mistake. Really sorry about that. To your credit you took it very well.

I don't have any theory about the "loose"/"lose" mistake being commonly made except that maybe it's easy to accidentally type a double letter due to the fact that many English words do have double letters. I recall that my dad often wrote and typed "off" instead of "of." I don't see any reason in thinking there might be anything sinister to it.

 

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1 hour ago, James DiEugenio said:

I agree with this.  Do you know how long we have been in Afghanistan?

Jim,

Afghanistan is a buffer state. People have been fighting over it for thousands of years. You have to go through Afghanistan to get anywhere. Genghis Khan invaded it. Alexander the Great invaded it on his way to India. Russia needed it in its search south for a warm water port.

It's the easiest way to get the oil from Central Asia to the Arabian Sea and on into the Indian Ocean.

China avoided it in its One Belt, One Road Initiative by going north through the southern Caucasus over to Baku in Azerbaijan. Afghanistan is where Islam meets the Far East.

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Wheeler: As the idea of a Biden Presidency slowly slips out of your hands, you might want to blame your own laziness for not only four more years of Trump, but also the next few decades of Democrats wandering in the desert.

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No need for concern of Wheeler. Titanic aspirations followed by a crushing fall, is a life pattern.

He predicted Trump would win by 356-82! He  did an extensive canvassing and walked around the bowels of his neighborhood and actually came to the brilliant conclusion that Trump would win his home state New Jersey, even though, the last time New Jersey even voted Republican for President was back in the 80's!

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Aha! Now it all makes sense.... Lyndon LaRouche. When Obama was the prez, there was a booth outside my local Post Office with a picture of Obama with a Hitler mustache. I assumed the men in the booth were diehard conservative types but found out within minutes they were from Planet LaRouche. Their problem with Obama, you see, was not that he was too liberal, etc, but that he was a puppet of the British Empire. 

There was a member of this forum, moreover, who was a follower as well, and she used to complain about The Beatles, not because she didn't like their music, but because she thought they were part of a British plot to destroy America by turning clean-cut kids into drug-taking hippies. 

I remember as well a discussion I had with a group of Larouche-kids at the Burbank mall. They assured me without batting an eye that Lyndon LaRouche was the most brilliant man in America, and that he'd invented all sorts of stuff and was a mathematical genius.

Yeah, sure, he was a genius, much as L. Ron Hubbard...and Donald Trump. 

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5 hours ago, James DiEugenio said:

I agree with this.  Do you know how long we have been in Afghanistan?

 

5 hours ago, Jim Harwood said:

nearly 20 years. Twice the life span of Vietnam and look what that war did to us.

 

Not that I want to get in the middle of this conflagration, but the United States Department of Defense has had a military intelligence presence in Afghanistan since 1949.

As a point of fact, when then Vice President Richard Nixon (a Captain in the United States Navy Reserve) visited Afghanistan in 1953, a battalion-level contingency of the newly formed Military Assistance Advisory Group (MAAG) was sent with Nixon to oversee the construction of a pro-United States, anti-communist infrastructure in the Helmand Valley with engineers on loan from the United States Foreign Operations Administration (a Central Intelligence Agency-front program; later renamed International Cooperation Administration & United States Agency for International Development), in conjunction with the Prime Minister of Afghanistan, Sardar Mohammed Daoud Khan, who, incidentally, had made some very open and friendly concessions with the USSR.

Coincidently, the man nominally in-charge of the 1953 MAAG operations in Afghanistan was United States Air Force COL. Rudolph Breece Walters, who, as orchestration would have it, became Commander of Otis Air Force Base in Massachusetts, and oversaw the security and transportation of President Kennedy whenever he visited his vacation house on Cape Cod!

Small world, eh?

But no Mr. Harwood, Mr. DiEugenio, I really must correct you both, the United States military and the Central Intelligence Agency has not been committed in Afghanistan for only twenty years.

The United States military-intelligence community has had an armed presence in Afghanistan since the early nineteen-fifties, and it was the United States Army Special Forces that initiated it.

I should note, I actually knew one of the "Green Berets" that was apart of the Nixon-led Afghan MAAG contingency. He became a security specialist for President Eisenhower's visits to Thunderbird Country Club, and was good friends with my grandfather Paul Montenegro, who augmented Eisenhower's security whenever he visited the Coachella Valley!

 

Here is a photograph of Vice President Nixon in Kabul, Afghanistan, during the 1953 MAAG operation...  

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Here is another great photograph of Bagram Airport (now Bagram Air Base, a location I have spent a sizable amount of time at), this one from President Eisenhower’s 1959 visit to Kabul, Afghanistan.

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Note the World War II-era NSDAP German equipment the Afghan military servicemen are wearing!

That is because the NSDAP German government sent a small commando element to Afghanistan called "Osttürkischer Waffen-Verband der SS", under the command of Schutzstaffel Standartenführer Harun el-Raschid Hintersatz, with the hopes that the Waffen-SS commando group could arouse anti-British sentiments in the population and conscript the 15 million strong ethnic Afghan population across the Soviet border and attack Stalin's forces from the South!

Luckily, those operations failed, but the Afghan populace was given "Third Reich" military surplus as a good-will gesture by order of Gerhard von Mende, a member of the blood-thirsty Ostministerium (an organization nominally responsible for the mass-murder of twenty-million civilians on the Easter Front during World War II), who was himself the senior Third Reich specialist on minorities in the Soviet Union. 

Gerhard von Mende would later escape the hangman at Nuremberg thanks to Office of Strategic Services psychological warfare expert, General Charles Douglas Jackson.

Von Mende would later be a senior advisor to the Central Intelligence Agency's "American Committee for the Liberation of the Peoples of Russia" (cryptonym QKACTIVE), along with hundreds of other World War II-era fascist collaborators, working on the newly-created "Radio Free Europe"...

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Uhh, does anyone know how I can contact the administrators?!

Mr. DiEugenio? Mr. Hancock? Mr. Brancato? Mr. Simpich?

ANYBODY?!

I just tried to type the word "N A Z I" in my last post, and the word "poopoo" showed up!

What kind of stupidity is that all about?!

I think I have the right to type the word "N A Z I", since I had nine great-uncles who kicked the living S H I T out of them during World War II!

I demand to know why the word "N A Z I" is being banned on this forum!

If this is not resolved within seventy-two hours, I am going to quit the forum altogether and delete all of my posts!

I don't know what kind of politically correct nonsense daycare diaper cleaning operation is being run here, but I did not waste twelve years of my life in the United States Army just to get censored on a United States history forum!

The admin do realize that WWII-era, real-life N a z i s played a pivotal role in the murder of President Kennedy?! 

This is idiocracy in action...

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1 hour ago, Robert Montenegro said:

I demand to know why the word "N A Z I" is being banned on this forum!

Some members couldn't help using the word as a substitute for a substantive argument, so it has been banned for even legitimate use.

Me: "I don't think house pets should be given the right to vote."

Cliff: "That makes you a ----."

You get the idea.

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"In addition I have noted that some members have been playing with word structure to avoid using offensive language. That will no longer be tolerated."

Placing characters between words that are not allowed is not acceptable. Please stop it. If you type a word, and it shows up as banned, find a different word." See link above.

Mr. Montenegro, you said:
 

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"If this is not resolved within seventy-two hours, I am going to quit the forum altogether and delete all of my posts!

I don't know what kind of politically correct nonsense daycare diaper cleaning operation is being run here, but I did not waste twelve years of my life in the United States Army just to get censored on a United States history forum!"

 

 

You are free to leave anytime you want. 

 

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4 hours ago, Pat Speer said:

Aha! Now it all makes sense.... Lyndon LaRouche. When Obama was the prez, there was a booth outside my local Post Office with a picture of Obama with a Hitler mustache. I assumed the men in the booth were diehard conservative types but found out within minutes they were from Planet LaRouche. Their problem with Obama, you see, was not that he was too liberal, etc, but that he was a puppet of the British Empire. 

There was a member of this forum, moreover, who was a follower as well, and she used to complain about The Beatles, not because she didn't like their music, but because she thought they were part of a British plot to destroy America by turning clean-cut kids into drug-taking hippies. 

I remember as well a discussion I had with a group of Larouche-kids at the Burbank mall. They assured me without batting an eye that Lyndon LaRouche was the most brilliant man in America, and that he'd invented all sorts of stuff and was a mathematical genius.

Yeah, sure, he was a genius, much as L. Ron Hubbard...and Donald Trump. 

Lyndon LaRouche is making a come back. (Actually, he is dead, his protege's are making a comeback.)

My dad was a solid Republican type, and I remember he would stop to politely argue with the LaRouche guys who were standing in front of the Post Office on a Saturday morning. (I must have been around 10, but your comment reminded me that Laroucher's seem to specifically prefer the sidewalk in front of Post Offices to hand out their literature. Scientologists seem to prefer the center point of long subway station transfer corridors; like the two block long tunnel under Grand Central you use to transfer from the 4,5,6 to the crosstown "S".)

I remember asking my Dad who those guys were and he would just say they were crazy people, or something similar. That was good enough for me for the next 40 years. If Dad told me they were crazy when I was 10, I had no reason to believe otherwise.

When I first started to get interested in the JFK Assassination only 3 or 4 years ago, I watched a lot of YouTube videos on the subject. I watched most of Dan Sheehan's lectures, which led me to some Schiller Institute (a LaRouche organization) videos, which had sponsored a number of JFK related talks. (I believe Sheehan spoke at a lecture series hosted by the Schiller Institute.) I found it interesting that Sheehan's assertions dove tailed with some of the Schiller speaker assertions. 

Sheehan, with his solidly liberal credentials, was basically saying the same thing that Larouche was saying about American history. I always thought my Dad meant the Laroucher's were "crazy" in a Far-Right John Birch kind of way so I always steered clear. Sheehan, who was saying similar things about the start of WWI, and the CFR, and British Bankers, as Larouche basically made their history lessons more interesting and less crazy. 

I'm still not completely on board with Larouche's ideas about the Crown's motives and abilities to control the levers of American Gov't as thoroughly as they assert. Still, the Larouche ideas have some support from Carroll Quigley, Anthony Sutton, G. Edward Griffin and others. The idea of a British/American inner circle influencing the history of the 20th century is not all that crazy to me now.

One of Bob Mueller's first claims to fame was his prosecution of Larouche back in the early 80s. I've listened to the Larouche version of events and it seems that George HW Bush as VP really had it in for Lyndon Larouche. The charges against Larouche do look pretty manufactured and George's buddy William Weld seems to have led the effort to sick Mueller on Lyndon. George HW was certainly an "inner circle" member and William Weld, whose family made their fortune in the Slave and then Opium trade, with the British East India Company, has led me to consider that Dad was wrong about the Larouchers in front of the Post Office being as crazy as he said. 

 

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I appologise that this is Public but it appears the only to get through.I want to make public that in general members have been well behaved in a topic that could easily have led to "wild fires." That it has not done so is a reflection on members behaviour.

I see kathy has made some comments about posting conduct. I agree with all she has said.

I appreciate this should not be public but that said admin is fed up with complaints about Jim Harwood. Last night I deleted and hid a number of his posts. This morning I received a further complaint about Jim insulting Sandy.

I had expected that deleting a number of posts wold have delivered a message - clearly not.

Kathy's post I am sure was also directed JIm Let me now make something clear:

Another substantiated complaint about JIm Harwood and I will ban him.

Not all your posts are objectionable but like everyone else Jim you know what is expected in a post - and what is not acceotable. And therefore admin see your insults as deliberate. The next one and you are gone.

James.

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2 hours ago, Robert Wheeler said:

Lyndon LaRouche is making a come back. (Actually, he is dead, his protege's are making a comeback.)

My dad was a solid Republican type, and I remember he would stop to politely argue with the LaRouche guys who were standing in front of the Post Office on a Saturday morning. (I must have been around 10, but your comment reminded me that Laroucher's seem to specifically prefer the sidewalk in front of Post Offices to hand out their literature. Scientologists seem to prefer the center point of long subway station transfer corridors; like the two block long tunnel under Grand Central you use to transfer from the 4,5,6 to the crosstown "S".)

I remember asking my Dad who those guys were and he would just say they were crazy people, or something similar. That was good enough for me for the next 40 years. If Dad told me they were crazy when I was 10, I had no reason to believe otherwise.

When I first started to get interested in the JFK Assassination only 3 or 4 years ago, I watched a lot of YouTube videos on the subject. I watched most of Dan Sheehan's lectures, which led me to some Schiller Institute (a LaRouche organization) videos, which had sponsored a number of JFK related talks. (I believe Sheehan spoke at a lecture series hosted by the Schiller Institute.) I found it interesting that Sheehan's assertions dove tailed with some of the Schiller speaker assertions. 

Sheehan, with his solidly liberal credentials, was basically saying the same thing that Larouche was saying about American history. I always thought my Dad meant the Laroucher's were "crazy" in a Far-Right John Birch kind of way so I always steered clear. Sheehan, who was saying similar things about the start of WWI, and the CFR, and British Bankers, as Larouche basically made their history lessons more interesting and less crazy. 

I'm still not completely on board with Larouche's ideas about the Crown's motives and abilities to control the levers of American Gov't as thoroughly as they assert. Still, the Larouche ideas have some support from Carroll Quigley, Anthony Sutton, G. Edward Griffin and others. The idea of a British/American inner circle influencing the history of the 20th century is not all that crazy to me now.

One of Bob Mueller's first claims to fame was his prosecution of Larouche back in the early 80s. I've listened to the Larouche version of events and it seems that George HW Bush as VP really had it in for Lyndon Larouche. The charges against Larouche do look pretty manufactured and George's buddy William Weld seems to have led the effort to sick Mueller on Lyndon. George HW was certainly an "inner circle" member and William Weld, whose family made their fortune in the Slave and then Opium trade, with the British East India Company, has led me to consider that Dad was wrong about the Larouchers in front of the Post Office being as crazy as he said. 

 

Came to same conclusion four years ago when I found Larouche writing from 1987 that Donald Trump was being groomed by Russians to run for president. On the nose.

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