Wednesday, June 24, 2020


On Saturday June 6th, PATCON XVI was held at Dixieland near Tarboro. With just under two dozen in attendance, there was a brief introduction to Digital Mode on HF Radio using Fldigi, and afterwards an introduction to video meetings using Zoom and Cisco Webex. Next there was the Bar-B-Q luncheon as always at PATCON. Then promptly at 1 p.m., the special guest via Webex, was none other than the author of the recently de-platformed Western Rifle Shooters Association website, who spoke at length about the continued censorship of conservative voices by Big Tech and the media - the usual Communists suspects.

We all need alternate lines of communications to fall back on, like PATCON, for those times when the main lines get cut off. (Good thing the new site,, is quickly up and running.) This may not be the Civil War we were all planning for, but it is the one we’re getting. And so far, the Blitzkrieg belongs to the Communists. The final point was made, that with all the chaos heading into the November Elections, how can we not expect even more chaos in the months that follow. At the close of PATCON, we had the raffle, where there were many items on the table. About half was various kinds of ammunition, and the balance made up of books, T-Shirts, a hat, and a nice Coleman propane lantern. Here’s hoping we can get even more participants thru Video conferencing in the fall at PATCON XVII.


Had a bit of fun this past weekend when the local commies wanted to protest the war memorial in downtown Graham.  Now our county manager is getting spineless and following the governors lead by saying, "even though there is a state law saying I can't do this, in the interest of public safety  I'm going to remove the war memorial".  Cowards all.  We have laws and a well funded police force to enforce those laws.  Don't wuss out just because it's the easy thing to do.  So now I have to schedule a time to speak before the county board again to compare our county manager, as well as the governor, to Neville Chamberlain and explain why that kind of thinking didn't work back in '38 and won't work today either.  In the meantime I need to do some night-time work on Pete's new site.  Not getting much help from the hosting tech support people.  Will have to start planning PATCON XVII  right after 4th of July, when we get to "celebrate our freedom".  Not inviting the governor.



PATCON and Reunion Pictures. 


The TRUTH about the Atlantic Slave Trade: June 23, 2020 & Top 8 Black Slaveowners

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The FBI Sent 15 Federal Agents To Investigate Bubba Wallace Claim While Violent Insurrections Tear The Country Apart

 Protesters clash with U.S. Park Police after protesters attempted to pull down the statue of Andrew Jackson in Lafayette Square near the White House on June 22, 2020 in Washington, DC. Protests continue around the country over the deaths of African Americans while in police custody. (Photo by Tasos Katopodis /Getty Images)

The revelation that the “hate crime” noose in Bubba Wallace’s garage was really just a rope put there to pull down the door months before his team moved in is not a surprise to anyone smarter than a sea sponge. The very idea that some racist with ninja-like abilities managed to sneak into a highly secure area, evading cameras and security guards, and plant a noose in a NASCAR driver’s stall, was hard to believe on its face. Add to the fact that these noose stories are almost always hoaxes or misinterpretations, and you had, from the outset, a high probability that this was all a bunch of outrage and drama over nothing. There is no sorcery that enabled the skeptics to see the future and anticipate such an outcome. It was just common sense, a thing in such short supply these days that it might as well be a magical power.

President Obama and Vice President Biden Directly Involved in Coup to Stop Trump


When it comes to the Michael Flynn case the media, along with vast swaths of the pliant public, are like a stupid dog that reflexively chases a shiny object or a phantom squirrel. The latest development is that the District of Columbia Court of Appeals ruled 2 to 1 to order crooked Judge Emmet Sullivan to accede to the Department of Justice request to drop the case against Flynn. While this ruling merits attention, the real news is that we now have documentary evidence that President Obama and Vice President Biden were involved directly and personally in orchestrating the entrapment and prosecution of Michael Flynn.

Rasmussen:Trump 47% today: No way Biden is up 14%, maybe 3%

 A thread written by @OldCraig: "The Great Awakening is HAPPENING ...

Michael Flynn Wins; D.C. Circuit Orders Case Dismissed

 Pollak: 7 Bombshells in the Michael Flynn Case

The U.S. Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia ruled 2-1 Wednesday that a lower court must grant a request by the Department of Justice (DOJ) to drop its case against former National Security Adviser Lt. Gen. Michael Flynn (Ret.).

Flynn won his request for a writ of mandamus ordering Judge Emmet Sullivan to grant the DOJ’s motion last month.

More @ Breitbart

New York Special Election Results: 27th Congressional District. (MASSIVE GOP WIN)

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The GOP held this District in 2018 by just over 1,000 votes. Last night? Well... just look.

Member when the media said every special election spelled DOOOOOOM for the GOP in 2018?

Notice that there is NOTHING about this anywhere.

The typical "concerned" trolls that liked to come on here and post various GOP special election losses for dog catcher in a random Blue State are SILENT when we have a result like this. This was a 38 point win in a swing district and the media is SILENT. 

Republican Christopher Jacobs defeated Nate McMurray, Duane Whitmer, and Michael Gammariello in the special general election for U.S. House New York District 27 on June 23, 2020.


Chris Jacobs Republican 55,131 68.7%
Nathan McMurray Democrat 23,673 29.5%
Duane Whitmer Libertarian 925 1.2%
Michael Gammariello Green 469 0.6%

Slavery Way Down South

 Pre-Columbian Cities by Jorge Enrique Hardoy

In the Aztec culture, war and the priesthood were the only paths “toward prestige, honors and riches,” with free land and slaves given as rewards for valor while subjugating neighbors. In the century prior to Spanish conquest, the merchant class included “slave traders whose centers of operation were in some of the large cities, but who kept purchasing bases in the furthermost cities.”

Slavery existed in all classic period Mesoamerican cultures: in Maya culture, the condition of slavery was passed down from one generation to another, often as punishment for offenses against the ruling class. “The majority of slaves, however, were prisoners of war or foreigners bought from traders. The destiny of these slaves was uncertain, and many must have ended their days as sacrificial victims.” 

More @ Circa 1865

Video: “There’s No Limits to What’s Next – It’s an Attempt to Change the National Identity” – Venezuelan Activist Issues Warning on Current Leftist Revolution in America


Elizabeth Rogliani Otaola: 

I had friends who told me it’s just the Confederate statues. And I said ‘no’ it’s not going to be just the Confederate statues just wait and see. This is a slippery slope. The next thing is going to be all the symbols of the United States, the Founding Fathers are going to be attacked, religious symbols are going to be attacked. And, the next, probably museums. Anything can be attacked if you just let it happen. If you just let the first ones come down, nothing, there’s no limits to whats next… It’s a cultural revolution. It’s an attempt to change the national identity. They’re trying to change the system.

Pelosi Accuses Republicans of ‘Trying to Get Away with the Murder of George Floyd’

Douglas A-1 Skyraider: This Old Looking Plane Was a Vietnam War Warrior

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 U.S. Navy National Museum of Naval Aviation 

While it played a crucial role in Vietnam, the Douglas A-1 Skyraider was designed during World War II for the U.S. Navy.

 escribed as a “flying anachronism,” the single-seat Douglas A-1 Skyraider–affectionately known as the Spads, after the French wood-and-wire World War I fighter–proved that a piston-powered, propeller-driven attack aircraft still had a place in the jet age. The aircraft, which entered service in the late 1940s, provided close-air support for American and South Vietnamese troops during the Vietnam War