THIS DAY IN HISTORY

Thursday, June 29, 2017

June 30

1934 - The Night of Long Knives: Adolf Hitler began his 'blood purge' of political and SA leaders in Germany. Among those killed was one-time Hitler ally Ernst Roehm, leader of the Nazi stormtroopers (SA).

This was a huge night in the history of the Nazis...Hitler destroyed his main impediment to total power (Roehm) and reinforced his control of the party. Also, Himmler became Hitler’s #2 - even though his titles didn’t reflect it.

Of equal importance, by destroying the power of the SA, Hitler bought fealty from the German military...Never forget, Hitler's ultimate rise would have never happened without the acceptance and compliance of the Wehrmacht.  Which is why they should not get the 'free pass' they so desperately wish for, due to their role in the insanity of the Nazi period.


1865 - A military tribunal decided the eight defendants in the Lincoln Assassination trial were guilty. Four went to prison and four were sentenced to hang.

Can you imagine if this happened in modern-day America?

1. Liberals would go insane at the thought of a murderer facing a military tribunal.

2. Liberals would go insane at the thought of a murderer receiving the death penalty; sentenced to hang no less.

Alright, alright, we don’t need any of this to happen for Liberals to go insane...They are anyway.


1894 - Korea declared independence from China and asked for Japanese aid.

The Japanese gladly give the Koreans 'aid'...The Koreans soon regretted their call for help.


1986 - The U.S. Supreme Court upheld Georgia's sodomy law, ruling states could ban homosexual acts between consenting adults.

Government shouldn't get involved in the sex lives of consenting adults...And consenting adults shouldn't seek approval from government when it comes to their sex life, either.


1994 - The U.S. Supreme Court ruled judges can bar 'peaceful' demonstrators from getting too close to abortion clinics.

How come PETA demonstrators can stand in the door to the circus barring entrance to an event, and union workers can picket up and down a business causing its customers to stay away, but peaceful abortion demonstrators must stay away from the offices of Fetus Killers?...I guess animals and employee benefits have more value than unborn human beings.

Hell, garden insects have more value than human fetuses in the eyes of American law...For that matter, clay garden gnomes have more value, too.


1997 - In Hong Kong, the Union Jack was lowered for the last time over Government House as Britain prepared to hand the colony back to China after ruling it for 156-years.

It was inevitable, but how sad for a free people to be handed over like a piece of dirt to the Chinese Communists.


1998 - Officials confirmed the previously unidentified remains of a Vietnam War serviceman buried in the Tomb of the Unknowns at Arlington National Cemetery were those of Air Force pilot Michael J. Blassie.

FYI!

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