THIS DAY IN HISTORY

Thursday, March 02, 2017

March 3

1918 - The Treaty of Brest-Litovsk: Germany, Austria and Russia signed an armistice ending Russian participation in World War I.

Nice of the Ruskies to quit the war without the Western Allies...Son's of bitches.

Along with the 1939 Molotov-Ribbentrop Non-Aggression Treaty (Russia agreed to allow the Germans to invade Poland, and to take part of it themselves), this is one of the the largest reasons why the Allies chose Germany’s 'Soft Underbelly' to start with in WWII...The U.S. and Brits agreed to let the Soviets take the brunt of the German assault, while they prepared for the invasion of the continent - which they deserved for being duplicitous Commie bastards.


493 - Ostrogoth King Theodorik the Great defeated Odoaker.

The barbarians had overrun Rome, and the time for plunder was coming to an end.  Someone had to take charge and rule the once great city and it's surrounding areas, and although Theodorik was a ruffian he was a far superior leader than the rest of the Goths - or any of the other Germanic tribes at the time.

1815 - The United States declared war on the Bey of Algiers, due to piracy in the Mediterranean Sea.

A proud tradition began with this declaration, which stated the U.S. would not be held captive (physically, emotionally or economically) by pirates - the terrorists of their time.


1845 - For the first time, the U.S. Congress passed legislation overriding a presidential veto - against President John Tyler.

This is proof the Constitution’s ‘checks and balance system’ works...Veto's and overrides should be used more often, because they would keep both the executive and legislative branches more honest.


Which is exactly why they aren't used.

1903 - The Immigration Act was amended. Congress provided for denial of naturalization and for deportation for the mere belief in certain doctrines (IE: anarchy).

How obvious is this?? Incredibly, this is exactly the kind of issue the ACLU(seless) specializes in fighting against.

Why on Earth would we allow anarchists, communists, Islamists, etc., who have plans on destroying our country, to remain in our country?


1931 - An act of Congress designated 'The Star Spangled Banner' the national anthem of the United States.

This song was originally named the 'Defense of Fort McHenry,' and is a song all Americans should love...It is what we are, and what we should pray we will always be.


1952 - The U.S. Supreme Court upheld New York's Feinberg Law banning communist teachers in the U.S.

Unfortunately, by the 1960’s the communists overran the university system, and then the public school teacher's unions...The term communism has disappeared from their teachings, but their Leftist concepts are ever-present.

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