Monday, November 26, 2018

Operation Desert Storm: Lee or Sherman

 This article was originally published in the 3rd Quarter 1992 issue of Southern Partisan magazine.
An excellent magazine and too bad it's no longer in existence.
As the brilliant American military victory in the Persian Gulf approaches its second anniversary, the focus has shifted from the emotions of homecoming celebrations to the seriousness of lessons learned and lessons validated. While the ingredients of victory are a combination of many factors, from logistics to training to armament, history has shown that one of the most important elements in successful combat operations is always the quality of the commander. It is the commander who decides the strategy, directs the tactics, and inspires the morale of his soldiers. To those mediocre captains of history who arrogantly relied on sheer numbers of forces to ensure success on the battlefield, the past is replete with the story of the small army, with a great leader, overwhelming numerically superior forces.

The situation at America’s border

Yesterday, U.S. Customs and Border Protection agents and officers effectively and professionally managed an extremely dangerous situation involving more than 1,000 individuals who sought to enter the United States illegally.

CBP was forced to close the San Ysidro Port of Entry (POE) near San Diego, California, to ensure public safety and security. The POE remained closed for about 5 hours. After attempting and being prevented from entering, a group of migrants tried to breach legacy border fence infrastructure and sought to harm CBP personnel by throwing projectiles.

Four agents were struck by projectiles—most likely rocks—but were wearing protective gear and did not suffer serious injuries.

As they dispersed a violent crowd, CBP made more than 60 arrests. Of the thousand or so protestors involved, only a handful of minors were present. The vast majority of participants were single male adults.

Both American and Mexican officials say these actions are not consistent with peaceful asylum seekers. On Friday, Tijuana Mayor Juan Manuel Gastelum declared a humanitarian crisis in his city, which he said was struggling to accommodate the influx. “No city in the world is prepared to receive this,” he said.

U.S. Border Patrol leaders have made clear that a wall is needed to preserve law and order. “One thing we saw that we could absolutely use yesterday was infrastructure,” Border Patrol Chief of Law Enforcement Operations Brian Hastings said. “That infrastructure was breached yesterday. We are repairing it now, but without a doubt, we could use a wall in an area like that.”

President Trump: No one gets a free pass to enter America illegally.

Big picture: How our weak asylum laws make everyone worse off.

The Beast’s Son-In-Law in Mississippi

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If any of you saw the movie Gods and Generals you may have noticed in it, just before the Battle of Fredericksburg, a Yankee colonel named Adelbert Ames from the state of Maine. In the movie he is a rather sharp-featured individual. Pictures of him later in life show that the sharpness of his features have been rather dulled and he looks much like a person that has led a softer existence.  Living the good Yankee life in the South during Marxist “reconstruction” seems to have had that effect on many that came south after the War of Northern Aggression to seize new opportunities–and anything else they could get their hands on. They planned, in classic totalitarian style, to either “rule or ruin” or both.

Secret Service Visits Tom Arnold After Trump Tweets

Border Patrol Chief Tells CNN How He Knows Migrants Are Not 'Asylum Seekers'

 Central American migrants -mostly honduran- taking part in a caravan to the US, are pictured on board a truck heading to Irapuato in the state of Guanajuato on November 11, 2018 after spending the night in Queretaro in central Mexico.

The chief border patrol agent in the San Diego sector gave CNN's "New Day" an unwelcome answer for immigration activists about the "asylum seekers" who had attempted to force their way across the border only to be repulsed by agents using tear gas. "If they were truly asylum seekers, they would have just walked up and surrendered," said Chief Patrol Agent Rodney Scott; instead, they were "chanting, waving the Honduran flag, and throwing rocks at the agents."

"Did you feel as if you had enough agents at the border to handle this situation? Were your people overwhelmed?" asked host John Berman.

Report: Jerome Corsi Rejecting Plea Deal, Plans to Sue Mueller

 Associate of Trump confidant says he's mulling a plea deal

Former Infowars D.C. bureau chief Jerome Corsi will reject a plea agreement offered by the special counsel and fire back with a criminal complaint, accusing Robert Mueller of “Gestapo” tactics in attempting to pressure the author into pleading guilty to one count of perjury.

“They can put me in prison the rest of my life. I am not going to sign a lie,” Corsi said in a brief telephone call with CNN. Asked what Mueller office will do next if he does not agree to the plea deal, Corsi replied, “I don’t know.”

Corsi told NBC producer Anna Schecter that a plea agreement would involve the author of pleading guilty to one count of perjury. “I’d rather sit in prison and rot for as long as these thugs want me to,” he told Schecter.

More @ Breitbart

The Proud Boys And America’s Looming “Long Night” Of Political Repression

 Via Average Joe
This danger is an all-encompassing online orthodoxy. A sameness of thought and approach enforced by hundreds of millions of socially internetworked adherents. A global orthodoxy that ruthless narrows public thought down to a single, barren, ideological framework. A ruling network that prevents dissent and locks us into stagnation and inevitable failure as it runs afoul of reality and human nature.
[The Long Night Ahead, September 22, 2017]

 There is no lie more dangerous than believing America is a free country. Those who act as if it is swiftly learn otherwise, as Gavin McInnes and the Proud Boys can testify. And it’s increasingly hard to take pundits and journalists’ condemnations of “authoritarianism” seriously when Americans are already living under an authoritarian system—albeit one more Kafkaesque and absurd than anything existing in Russia or China.

More @ V DARE

Merry Christmas: White House unveils its 2018 Christmas decorations

FBI Director Chris Wray Must List Antifa As Terrorist Group


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If Christopher Wray does not designate the violent Alt-Left group as a domestic terrorist organization, President Trump should immediately relieve him of his command.

Domestic terrorism in the United States is defined as activities that involve the following, according to the Legal Information Institute, a project of Cornell Law School.

Theresa May - Refuses Asylum for Pakistani Christian Hunted by Lynch Mobs to Appease British Muslims


Theresa May has reportedly refused to grant a Pakistani Christian woman being hunted by lynch mobs for “blasphemy” asylum, after bureaucrats advised her it would cause upset in Britain’s Muslim community.

Asia Bibi’s ordeal began when Muslim fieldworkers objected to her drinking from the same water supply as them, branding her “unclean” and telling her she should convert to Islam, which she declined to do.

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