What Part Of “Existential” Don’t People Get?

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What Part Of “Existential” Don’t People Get?

 

You’re not voting your way out of this. Elections are over. READ THAT MEMO.

You’re not protesting your way out of this.

But you might, maybe, shoot your way out of where things have gotten to.

That’s the only thing that’s worked in recorded history.

The price of freedom is eternal vigilance, and liberty demands a blood sacrifice.

Theirs. Or yours.

And that is the only choice you’re ever going to have in the matter, until the day you die.

 

Sailor Who Died At Pearl Harbor Identified 79 Years Later

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H/T War History OnLine.

It has been a long journey home to his final resting place in Paris,KY for Electrician’s Mate 3rd Class Alphard Stanley Owsley.

The remains of U.S. Navy Electrician’s Mate 3rd Class Alphard Stanley Owsley have been identified 79 years after he perished during the Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor. The identification means he can return home to his native Paris, Kentucky, where he’ll be reinterred.

Attack on Pearl Harbor

The Japanese launched a surprise attack on Hawaii’s Pearl Harbor naval station on December 7, 1941. Along with the loss of airplanes, battleships, and other naval vessels, over 2,300 service members were killed and another 1,000 wounded.

Alphard Owsley was aboard the USS Oklahoma, a Nevada-class battleship, during the attack. The ship was moored at Ford Island when it suffered multiple torpedo hits and quickly capsized. 429 of its crew members perished, many of…

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Young on “Che.” Lawson on Rhodesia

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Young on “Che.” Lawson on Rhodesia

Inspiring Read.

Commies are a Scourge. Eradicate them.

 

The Red Terror (1918) – How the Bolsheviks Went on a Rampage after the Russian Revolution

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The Red Terror (1918) was an important element of the Russian Revolution that showed the violent character of the Bolshevik regime led by Vladimir Lenin. The terror was carried out by the Soviet secret police: the Cheka (All-Russian Extraordinary Commission to Combat Counterrevolution and Sabotage) and was led by Felix Dzerzhinsky. Underlaying causes were the Left-SR uprising and the assassination attempt on Lenin by Fanny Kaplan. Hundreds of thousands of people would die at the hands of the Cheka.

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Vladimir Ilyich Ulyanov (22 April [O.S. 10 April] 1870 – 21 January 1924), better known by his alias Lenin, was a Russian revolutionary, politician, and political theorist. He served as the first and founding head of government of Soviet Russia from 1917 to 1924 and of the Soviet Union from 1922 to 1924. Under his administration, Russia, and later the Soviet Union, became a one-partysocialist state governed…

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WW2 History: Brecourt Manor Artillery Explained

At the HBO Band of Brothers 2019 Reunion in Normandy, Capt. Dale Dye (Who played Colonel Sink in the series and is also a Military Historian and Advisor) explains how basic Military Artillery works and how the German 105 Howitzers operated at Brecourt Manor on D-Day.

Discussion begins at 2:25

To see an excellent overview of the Assault on the Brecourt Manor Guns on D-Day by Lt. Dick Winters and his Fire Team, watch HERE.