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KKK Democrats Lynching Score: More about Printer Friendly Send to a Friend Save as PDF

 Killing Black & White 'Radical Republicans'

The Ku Klux Klan was founded as a Democrat proxy group. Many black Americans served in the U.S. Goverment in the 1800's and beyond as part of the "Radical Republican" party. In 1912 the 'Progressive' Democrat, President Woodrow Wilson instituted racial segregation into the Federal Government. Many blacks were subsequently pushed out of the Federal Government.

Posted by Southern on Monday, April 09, 2012 @ 01:36:12 EDT (1379 reads) 

Now Why Would Coal Mines Be Laying People Off? Score: More about Printer Friendly Send to a Friend Save as PDF

Duane Lester

Coal miners getting pink slips? What’s that about? Wouldn’t have anything to do with a president that promised to bankrupt the coal industry, would it?

    Its a tough time for hundreds of coal miners across southwest Virginia.

    That’s because they’re getting pink slips from A & G Coal, which is owned by Southern Coal Company.

    Mark Whooten is a spokesman for Southern Coal. He told News 5 who made the decision. “These layoffs are a decision by our corporate headquarters. They are market driven due to metallurgical coal market fluctuating violently at the present time.”

    The company wouldn’t tell us how many jobs they have cut, but we do know its sizeable according to the manager of the local employment office, Gary Hale. “On Monday we saw approximately about 92 folks that visited the office.”

I’m sure none of the violent fluctuations have anything to do with Lisa Jackson’s EPA and the new regulations they have imposed on the coal industry, an industry President Obama said he would bankrupt:

Sadly, Obama is keeping some of his campaign promises.

All American Blogger

Posted by Southern on Tuesday, February 28, 2012 @ 00:57:32 EST (1754 reads) 

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President John F. Kennedy's May 25, 1961 Speech before a Joint Session of Congress


On May 25, 1961, President John F. Kennedy announced before a special joint session of Congress the dramatic and ambitious goal of sending an American safely to the Moon before the end of the decade. A number of political factors affected Kennedy's decision and the timing of it. In general, Kennedy felt great pressure to have the United States "catch up to and overtake" the Soviet Union in the "space race." Four years after the Sputnik shock of 1957, the cosmonaut Yuri Gagarin had become the first human in space on April 12, 1961, greatly embarrassing the U.S. While Alan Shepard became the first American in space on May 5, he only flew on a short suborbital flight instead of orbiting the Earth, as Gagarin had done. In addition, the Bay of Pigs fiasco in mid-April put unquantifiable pressure on Kennedy. He wanted to announce a program that the U.S. had a strong chance at achieving before the Soviet Union. After consulting with Vice President Johnson, NASA Administrator James Webb, and other officials, he concluded that landing an American on the Moon would be a very challenging technological feat, but an area of space exploration in which the U.S. actually had a potential lead. Thus the cold war is the primary contextual lens through which many historians now view Kennedy's speech.

The decision involved much consideration before making it public, as well as enormous human efforts and expenditures to make what became Project Apollo a reality by 1969. Only the construction of the Panama Canal in modern peacetime and the Manhattan Project in war were comparable in scope. NASA's overall human spaceflight efforts were guided by Kennedy's speech; Projects Mercury (at least in its latter stages), Gemini, and Apollo were designed to execute Kennedy's goal. His goal was achieved on July 20, 1969, when Apollo 11 commander Neil Armstrong stepped off the Lunar Module's ladder and onto the Moon's surface.

In honor of Kennedy's historic speech, below are some documents and other information relating to the decision to go to the Moon and Project Apollo that we hope you find useful.


Posted by Southern on Wednesday, February 22, 2012 @ 22:55:12 EST (1763 reads) 

New Study Reveals FDR Opposition to Bombing Auschwitz Score: More about Printer Friendly Send to a Friend Save as PDF Read More...

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Aerial Photo of Auschwitz Main Camp, April 1944

Aerial Photo of Auschwitz Main Camp, April 1944

January 27th marks the 67th anniversary of the liberation of the Auschwitz-Birkenau death camp by advancing Russian Forces during WWII.  They found 7,000 bedraggled survivors of the systematic murder of more than 1.4 million European Jews at the death factory.  Among the witnesses to the Nazi ‘final solution’ were camp inmates, future Nobel laureate, Elie Wiesel and  Italian author, the late Primo Levi.  Just days prior to the arrival of liberating Russian forces,   60,000 of the death factory’s inmates were marched off by their Nazi SS guards.  Less than a quarter of these death march survivors were freed by US and British forces.  Only the surrender of German forces on May 7th, 1945 ended the Hilterian genocidal madness that destroyed Six Million European Jewish men, woman and children.

A new two year study by the US  Holocaust Memorial Museum (USHMM) in Washington, DC reveals the opposition by WWII American President, Franklin Delano Roosevelt (FDR) to bombing the Auschwitz Birkenau death complex in Southern Poland in the summer of 1944.  The findings of the latest USHMM study on wartime allied and Jewish Zionist leaders over the decision not to bomb Auschwitz were the subject of an EnerPub article, “Franklin Delano Roosevelt’s Sin of Omission: Auschwitz” by former US diplomat, Martin Barillas.  Barillas noted the contrast with Britain’s wartime leader, Sir Winston Churchill:

 Churchill appeared interested in a military strike against the camps. He told Foreign Secretary Anthony Eden that Hitler's war against the Jews was "probably the greatest and most horrible crime ever committed in the whole history of the world," adding, "Get everything out of the Air Force you can, and invoke me, if necessary." In July 1944 Churchill was told that U.S. bomber pilots could do the job best, but that it would be "costly and hazardous."

We wrote  of the controversy over whether the US Army Air Forces could have bombed the Auschwitz Birkenau complex in a May 2009 NER article:  “The Auschwitz and Iran Bombing Controversies: Are There Parallels?”  The evidence from that third party analysis demonstrated the feasibility of bombing Auschwitz early in the summer of 1944. Several sorties spread over three weeks would have destroyed the killing machinery, representing a minor diversion of resources in the allied air campaign in central Europe.  According to Professor David S. Wyman  that might have spared 150,000 of the more than 430,000 Hungarian Jews who were murdered over a three month period from May to July.

Posted by Southern on Friday, February 17, 2012 @ 00:29:50 EST (1251 reads) 

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The U.S. and Biblical Israel Score: More about Printer Friendly Send to a Friend Save as PDF Read More...

Barbara Lerner

Biblical Israel

By now, most Americans know that the “two-state solution” is no solution to the war that supremacist Muslims have been waging against the state of Israel since its rebirth in 1948. Most Americans in public life know it too, but in public, nearly all of them pay lip service to the idea of a Palestinian state. To do that plausibly, they have to studiously avoid any public mention of facts about the Palestinians that make it glaringly obvious that a Palestinian state is not in America’s national interest; and glaringly clear that empowering the Palestinians and the forces and ideas they represent is a self-destructive policy — a threat to our national security and a defeat for our values.

In the last Republican primary debate of 2011, Newt Gingrich broke the rules, giving voice to three undeniable facts about the Palestinians. He said: “These people are terrorists,” with an “invented identity,” and they teach their children that hating and killing Jews is their highest purpose in life. Michele Bachmann quickly backed him up with a factual account of the ubiquitous Saudi-financed textbooks that teach precisely that, from pre-school through university. Proper foreign-policy types, on and off the stage, reacted as if all this truth-telling were somehow akin to profaning a sacred script, but the Iowa audience was with the truth-tellers. They applauded wildly.


The “two-state solution” wasn’t always sacrosanct. In the 1940s and ’50s, it didn’t even exist. There were no Palestinians then, although the territory had been called the British Mandate for Palestine (after the old Roman name for Israel, Palestina). Arabs had never called themselves Palestinians; the few Jews who had called themselves that in the 1930s no longer did. There were only Arabs and Jews, and the openly avowed goal of all the Arab states surrounding Israel was to drive the Jews into the sea, and divide up the land amongst themselves. Arabs inside Israel were no less committed to that same pan-Arab goal. It was only in the 1960s, after the abject failure of repeated multi-state military assaults by massed Arab armies, that Arab rulers finally accepted the fact that Israel was not yet weak enough for them to destroy in open warfare.

Worse — from their perspective — each time Israel’s 5 million or fewer Jews defeated the Arabs who attacked her with hordes that numbered in the tens of millions, Israel gained in size and strength, and in the respect and admiration in which most of the world held her. We tend to forget now, but in earlier decades America was not Israel’s only ally. Europe was also pro-Israel then, and the two biggest, most rapidly developing Muslim nations in the region — Turkey and Iran — were Israeli allies. They were our allies too, in those days. Then as now, the Arab world was unified against Israel and against the West, but the Muslim world was not, and Europe had yet to capitulate to the Islamists.

Posted by Southern on Wednesday, February 01, 2012 @ 23:55:47 EST (886 reads) 

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