If you wanted to tear apart a country, really have the people hate each
other, the playbook Democrats are following would be the way to do it.
Take something irrelevant, but over which people can do nothing, and
build it up into everything. Convince people others are out to get them,
thereby absolving them of any responsibility for problems in their
life, and they will eventually give up. Convince others they are
perpetrators of something horrible, which only works with those out of
real problems, and you have the makings of Nazi-esque powers of
manipulation. This is what Democrats are doing with race, and it can no
longer simply be laughed off. It must be actively confronted and
is an Early Archaic (6000 to 5000 BC) site in Florida where
archaeologists in 1984 discovered the skeletal remains of 168 Caucasian
people buried in peat at the bottom of a pond. Researchers were able to
recover remarkably well-preserved brain tissue from many of the skulls
and sequence the DNA. The results revealed the haplogroup X2a, which is
of European origin.
Note on historical falsification: The Wikipedia page
on this topic is falsified. A PBS “Nova” special on the Windover Pond
states that the DNA in the skulls is European. Videos on the Windover
site, produced by the Central Florida Museum and South Carolina Public
Television, both state that the DNA is European. And the video produced
by the supervising archaeologists at Windover Pond states that the DNA
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Zulu is a 1964 epic war film depicting the Battle of Rorke's Drift
between the British Army and the Zulus in January 1879, during the
Anglo-Zulu War. It depicts 150 British soldiers, many of whom were sick
and wounded patients in a field hospital, who successfully held off a
force of 4,000 Zulu warriors.
The ending of the film is somewhat fictitious. There was no Zulu attack
at dawn on 23 January 1879, which in the film led to the singing of "Men
of Harlech", but it sure made for dramatic Hollywood an ending to be
viewed again and again.
Men of Harlech is widely used as a regimental march, especially by
British Army and Commonwealth regiments historically associated with
Wales. Notably, it is the slow march of the Welsh Guards, and the quick
march of the Royal Welsh.
It was first used for cinema during the titles of How Green Was My
Valley (1941) and has featured in a number of other films. It is best
known for its prominent role in the 1964 film Zulu, although the version
of lyrics sung in it were written specially for the film. It is sung
twice, only once completely, in the film (the British begin shooting the
charging Zulus before the start of the final couplet), in counterpoint
to the Zulu war chants and the sounds of their shields. Film editor John
Jympson cut the scene to the song so that on either side of cuts where
the British soldiers cannot be heard, the song is in the correct
relative position. The song is also heard in the film Zulu Dawn, which
is about the battle that precedes Rorke's Drift, the Battle of
There are many versions of "Men of Harlech", and there is no single
accepted English version. The version below was published in 1873.
John Oxenford version (published 1873)
Men of Harlech, march to glory,
Victory is hov'ring o'er ye,
Bright-eyed freedom stands before ye,
Hear ye not her call?
At your sloth she seems to wonder;
Rend the sluggish bonds asunder,
Let the war-cry's deaf'ning thunder
Every foe appall.
Echoes loudly waking,
Hill and valley shaking;
'Till the sound spreads wide around,
The Saxon's courage breaking;
Your foes on every side assailing,
Forward press with heart unfailing,
'Till invaders learn with quailing,
Cambria ne'er can yield!
Thou, who noble Cambria wrongest,
Know that freedom's cause is strongest,
Freedom's courage lasts the longest,
Ending but with death!
Freedom countless hosts can scatter,
Freedom stoutest mail can shatter,
Freedom thickest walls can batter,
Fate is in her breath.
See, they now are flying!
Dead are heap'd with dying!
Over might hath triumph'd right,
Our land to foes denying;
Upon their soil we never sought them,
Love of conquest hither brought them,
But this lesson we have taught them,
"Cambria ne'er can yield!"
An earlier version is thus:-
Broadside version c. 1830, republished by Thomas Oliphant in 1862
Hark! I hear the foe advancing,
Barbed steeds are proudly prancing,
Helmets in the sunbeams glancing
Glitter through the trees.
Men of Harlech, lie ye dreaming?
See ye not their falchions gleaming,
While their pennons gaily streaming
Flutter in the breeze?
From the rocks rebounding,
Let the war cry sounding
Summon all at Cambria's call,
The haughty foe surrounding,
Men of Harlech, on to glory!
See, your banner famed in story
Waves these burning words before ye
"Britain scorns to yield!"
'Mid the fray, see dead and dying,
Friend and foe together lying;
All around, the arrows flying,
Scatter sudden death!
Frighten'd steeds are wildly neighing,
Brazen trumpets hoarsely braying,
Wounded men for mercy praying
With their parting breath!
See! they're in disorder!
Comrades, keep close order!
Ever they shall rue the day
They ventured o'er the border!
Now the Saxon flies before us!
Vict'ry's banner floateth o'er us!
Raise the loud exulting chorus
"Britain wins the field."
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IJ President Scott Bullock said, "The principle at stake is simple: If
citizens must obey the law, then government officials must obey the
Government agencies have significant protections against lawsuits by
individuals for mistreatment, even if they intentionally violated the
They are given a pass mostly under the legal concept of "qualified
immunity," which provides they are protected unless a court "clearly
established" in a previous case that the actions were unconstitutional.
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That might change.
It's because the New Mexico House of Representatives recently voted
39-29 to let individuals sue government agencies for violating their