My Southern WHITE Heritage: “Ain’t” ain’t what you think it is

“Ain’t” ain’t what you think it is

 

Attempts by “elites” to change our language are no different than attempts to take down our flags, our monuments or to teach the Yankee version of why the South seceded.

It is an assault on our Heritage and our culture.

It’s a part of an ongoing and generations-old attempt to make all Americans over in the Yankee image. To make us forget who we are. Like most other leftist initiatives, it is also birthed in pure “ignorance.”

 

Know Your History, Be Proud of your History!

 

 

The GunMetal Armory: WW2 Resistance Cells, How Were They Built?

Good stuff. I’m going to be out in AZ with GMA and the crew for the RTO Course in just a few weeks, come out and train.

The GunMetal Armory: WW2 Resistance Cells, How Were They Built? — American Partisan

Lessons from the Spanish Civil War

H/T WRSA

 

The Spanish CNT-FAI Anarchist Defense Cadre Operating Concept, a historical deep dive into the Spanish Civil War.

 

The author of this essay, Karl Dahl, also has a book out titled Faction that I think should be required reading for all my fellow brothers in arms.

 

Playing cards made history

Know Your WW2 History!

Pacific Paratrooper

Playing cards to pass the time

War can be hell… and war can be absolute boredom.  There are few better ways to pass the time than by playing cards.  They’re easy to carry: small and lightweight, they fit into a rucksack, duffel bag or Alice pack without having to sacrifice any piece of essential gear.

Plus – they’re cheap!

Wartime decks have been used to help soldiers in the field learn about their enemies and allies, to identify aircraft and even teach American history.  In the 2003 invasion of Iraq, American forces used playing cards to identify the most wanted members of Saddam Hussein’s regime.

The U.S. Army and the United States Playing Card Company cooperation goes way back.  But it was their brand Bicycle that took it to a whole new level.

During WWII, Allied Intelligence officers contacted the card company to produce the most clandestine deck of cards…

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On this Day in History: Che Guevera Executed

On This Day — Che Guevara Is Executed (October 9 1967)

 

A red letter date in the fight against the spread of the cancer of Communism in the Northern Hemisphere.

Note: If you ever want to read a really entertaining novel about this incident, check out Killing Che by Chuck Pfarrer.