Thursday, April 1, 2021

China’s State Propaganda Group Boasts Control Over Western Think Tanks, ‘Election Integrity’ Groups, Biden actions & groups and individuals campaigning to stop President Trump and his “America First” agenda,


New, bombshell admissions over China’s influence in both the United States and Europe link organizations such as the Berggruen Institute with the Chinese Communist Party (CCP). The Berggruen Institute first rose to national attention after co-founding the “Transition Integrity Project” which advised on how Joe Biden could seize power on the back of an ostensible Trump victory. (Read this link!)

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The Worst World War 2 Generals Of All Time

 The Worst World War II Generals Of All Time

A week after the infiltration, the Greeks had pushed deep into Italian-held Albania, and Prasca was replaced. The Greco-Italian conflict dragged on for three months until Mussolini convinced Hitler to intervene. The German infiltration of Greece, in turn, delayed the German infiltration of Russia - possibly changing the entire course of the conflict.

One of the best-known German generals due to his role in the debacle at Stalingrad, von Paulus was caught in an impossible situation - and nearly always managed to do the wrong thing. Von Paulus' troops were on the verge of taking the critical city from the Soviets, but he lost his nerve and decided to wait until the Volga River froze. This gave the Russians time to organize a massive counterattack.


The worst generals in World War II transcend nationality, experience level, and the size of their commands. These bad generals blundered into defeats, hampered their own troops, disdained technical advances, and cracked under pressure time and time again. Whether Allied or Axis, this is a list of the worst World War II generals.

Many of these generals had their worst defeats when their countries were at their least prepared for conflict, such as the hapless Soviet generals who faced the German infiltration of Russia in 1941. Others were experienced military men who should have known better than to take the risks they took - or not take the risks they should have. And a few were just not fit to command men in the field.

Here are some of the worst WWII generals and what they did that was so terrible. Vote up for the most terrible military commanders.

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Myanmar, Libya, and Syria: Dangerous Parallels

Via Reborn


When protesters in the streets of Myanmar began waving signs around in English demanding “R2P” or the “responsibility to protect,” the initial reaction should have been for many – a flashback to the last time R2P was invoked – in 2011 by the West regarding Libya.

The violence in Libya in 2011 was part of the wider US-engineered “Arab Spring” with opposition groups, fronts posing as nongovernmental organizations (NGOs), and even armed factions all backed by the US and prepared years in advance to carry out a region-wide campaign of destabilization, regime change, military intervention, and occupation.

At the time, many – including US Senator John McCain – promised the “Arab Spring” would spread – deliberately and as part of Washington’s desire to encircle, contain, and eventually overthrow the political and economic orders of Iran, Russia, and China.

The Atlantic in a 2011 article titled, “The Arab Spring: ‘A Virus That Will Attack Moscow and Beijing’,” would even note:

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Part One of The Battle of Fort Sumter Adapted from Peter Ashley by DuBose Heyward

 DuBose Heyward, author of Peter Ashley, and Porgy, around 1928. 

And the God of Battles that smiles with such inspiring indulgence upon the new Confederation presents them with Pierre Gustave Toutant Beauregard. Beauregard, great-grandson of Jacques Toutant-Beauregard who, under Louis XIV, had been in command of the flotilla to the Province of Louisiana, and on the distaff side direct descendant of Francois Marie Chevalier de Reggio, royal standard bearer under the Spanish domain. Oh, most emphatically a gentleman, but a soldier as well---hero of Chapultepec, Cerro Gordo, Vera Cruz, and late commander of the military academy at West Point.

DuBose Heyward, author of Peter Ashley, and Porgy, around 1928.

The Battle of Fort Sumter

Adapted from Peter Ashley
by DuBose Heyward

[Publisher's Note, by Gene Kizer, Jr. : DuBose Heyward is best known for his 1925 novel, Porgy, which eventually became the famous George Gershwin opera, Porgy and Bess.1

Heyward was born in 1885 in Charleston and died in 1940. He is descended from Thomas Heyward, a signer of the Declaration of Independence. Much of his writing took place during the Charleston Renaissance, the period between World Wars I and II, when the arts flourished following the difficult period after the War Between the States. Writers included Heyward, John Bennett, Josephine Pinckney and Julia Peterkin, along with poets Hervey Allen and Beatrice Ravenel. Visual artists included Alfred Hutty, Alice Ravenel Huger Smith, and Elizabeth O'Neill Verner.2 

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Dixie Ball (Excellent)


When Robert E. Lee surrendered at Appomattox Court House, both Union and Confederate armies played baseball to pass the time. Baseball was lauded by many as an effective means of reconciliation in the post-war era.

It’s strange to think that until 1962 — when the Houston’s Colt .45’s enjoyed their inaugural season as an expansion team — the only baseball teams in the South were on its northernmost borderlands: Baltimore, St. Louis, and Washington, D.C. Of course, like all professional sports, baseball is about money, and profits are easily made in densely-populated urban centers, of which the South had few in the professional game’s first half-century. In 1950, the biggest town in the Deep South, New Orleans (pop. 570,000), was only the sixteenth-largest city in the nation. Indeed, at that time, Rochester, New York, had more people than Atlanta.

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Mike Lindell’s new social media platform “Frank”: Users who are kicked off Youtube will receive a “bonus”


So by now, most of you have heard that President Trump is in the process of creating a social media platform and now the CEO of my Pillow is in the process of creating one too........According to Lindell his new platform will be able to hold over 1 billion users and will be similar to Twitter and Youtube but will not censor users like Twitter and Youtube.

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The Supreme Court: Cowards, Crooks, or Compromised?

President Trump and MAGA nation were shocked by Kavanaugh's and Barrett's silence.  Kavanaugh and Barrett appear to have been "frozen" at the free throw line.  It is noteworthy to mention that Kavanaugh and Barrett have the youngest children, and maybe they were frightened for their safety.  Maybe.  It is just so extremely odd that this multitude of legitimate cases from these multitude of battleground states with this multitude of  evidence did not get enough Supreme Court members even to want to see what happened. 

 From the five to six purple battleground states, there were obviously enough questions, doubts, and sworn witnesses to at least hear the evidence in the cases.  There was so much smoke out there in terms of possible election irregularities that the Supreme Court had ample reason and cause to see if there was in fact a roaring blaze.

They appear to be cowards or crooks or compromised. Cowards, crooks, or compromised seems to be the only way to explain the decision-making of the United States Supreme Court. The Court's unwillingness to make any decisions regarding the presidential election of 2020 is a historic failure. These last twelve months have seen the Court refuse to do its duty. The Court refused to be a co-equal branch of the federal government.

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Fearful of virus or losing power, Biden 'passport' plan is coming



"The Biden administration's vaccine passport scheme is just the teeny-tiny tip of a massive privacy invasion iceberg."

Columnist Michelle Malkin
March 31, 2021

The announcement did not go over well in Washington, D.C, where Rep. Jeff Duncan (R-SC) tweeted a photo of the U.S. Constitution. "Here's my 'vaccine passport,'" he wrote.

 "Is there anything more Orwellian," wrote Sen. Tom Cotton (R-Ark), "than a 'vaccine passport' that Americans would need to travel within America?"

The virus-weary American public learned this week the Biden administration is planning a “vaccine passport” system to prove they received the coronavirus vaccine but that plan is being called a desperate attempt to maintain control of the population at the same time Americans are cautiously moving on with their lives.

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Biden's border crisis escalates...Border Patrol overwhelmed

With President Biden's decision to remove most restrictions on the U.S. southern border, allowing thousands of migrants  to pour into the country every day, overwhelmed U.S. authorities are releasing many migrant families without notices to appear in immigration court or sometimes without any paperwork at all.

Customs and Border Protection, which oversees the Border Patrol, said it stopped issuing court notices in some cases because preparing even one of the documents often takes hours. Migrants undergo background checks and are tested for COVID-19.

The agency didn't answer questions about how many migrants have been released without court notices or without documents at all.

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Johns Hopkins Dr. Marty Makary Blasts Fauci on When America Reaches COVID-19 Herd Immunity

If there’s one voice I could certainly go without ever hearing again, it’s Fauci.

Half the American public thinks Dr. Fauci is the only person qualified to make policy decisions regarding COVID-19.

And it’s infuriating when you dig deeper into his history to realize the seething levels of his corruption in the Medical Deep State.

But thankfully we have other voices in the medical world who continue to have different opinions than Overlord Fauci.

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North Carolina State House Passes Bill Limiting Democrat Governor’s Emergency Powers

The North Carolina state House passed legislation Wednesday limiting the continuing emergency powers of Democratic North Carolina Gov. Roy Cooper.

The bill was unveiled a year after Cooper first instituted an executive order declaring a state of emergency at the start of the COVID-19 pandemic. Also known as the Emergency Powers Accountability Act, the proposed legislation passed 69-50 along a party-line vote in the lower chamber, after which it is slated to head to the state Senate for debate.

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Russia Massing Troops on Ukraine Border; US Forces in Europe Raise Watch to Highest Level ‘Potential Imminent Crisis’


Under Presidents George W. Bush and Barack Obama, Russia under Vladimir Putin took territory in the former Soviet republics of Georgia and Ukraine, respectively. When Donald Trump was president, Russia took no territory. Now with Joe Biden in the White House, Russia appears to be testing his mettle.

[Russian forces massing on the border with Ukraine have prompted the U.S. European Command to raise its watch level to its highest point of “potential imminent crisis”, according to a New York Times report Tuesday night. On Wednesday, Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff Gen. Mark Milley spoke to senior Russian Gen. Valery Gerasimov about the buildup, according to Russia.

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