Saturday, June 09, 2018

June 10

1964 - The U.S. Senate voted to limit further debate on a proposed civil rights bill, shutting off a filibuster by Southern states.

THE REPUBLICANS BROKE THE FILIBUSTER AND PASSED THE BILL!!! Why don't American blacks know this? Why don't most Americans know this??

The Dems had a super-majority in the Senate (67-33), but didn't have the votes to override the Democrat filibuster, because they had too many racists in their ranks...Senators Bobby Byrd and Richard Russell were the two major Democrats against the bill, and the Dems could never have gotten enough votes to overwhelm them.


"The time has come for equality of opportunity in sharing in government, in education, and in employment. It will not be stayed or denied. It is here!" - Sen. Everet Dirksen (R)

Final Senate vote:
Democrats = 44-23 (68%), Republicans = 27-6 (82%)

Things haven't changed, but the Democrats have miraculously managed to portray themselves as the 'Black Party.' They talk good (constantly), but have done very little for American blacks. If anything they have kept them in perpetual political slavery through the creation and propagation of Affirmative Action...Which should otherwise be known as the 'Democrat Party Plantation Program.'

The Liberal propagandameisters (Hollywood, TV, and K-College) have done a great job hiding this FACT.

1801 - The North African Bey of Tripoli declared war on the United States in a dispute over safe passage of merchant vessels through the Mediterranean.

Tripoli demanded protection money for 'safe passage' through parts of the Mediterranean, and the U.S. refused to pay...As a result, the U.S. sent it's fleet to the Mediterranean and kick ass on these pirates.

It’s ironic it was a group of Muslim terrorists (pirates) who first went to war with the new United States...Once a pain in the ass, always a pain in the ass.

1861 – The Battle of Big Bethel: The 'first battle' of the U.S. Civil War.

There were other skirmishes before (Fort Sumter was one), but this was the first land-based battle of the war.

1863 - The Battle of Brice's Crossroads:  U.S. Civil War. Confederate General Nathan Bedford Forrest defeated the numerically superior Union troops.

N.B. Forrest was an amazing tactical general, and the Union was very happy the Confederate leaders despised him so much. He was a self-made military man, without formal training, and by far the most impressive Confederate general in the Western theatre of the Civil War.

Oh by the way, he was also the first Grand Wizard of the KKK...Doh!

1916 – The Great Arab Revolt began, at Mecca and Medina.

The once powerful Ottomans Empire had completely fallen in the toilet...For almost 400 years the Turks kept the Bedouins at bay, but 'the frenzy' couldn’t be contained forever.

Sadly, history will show the fall of the Ottoman Empire to be almost as important as the fall of Rome, because of the worldwide problems allowed to spew out without Ottoman control of the region's lunatics.

1920 - The League of Nations convened for the first time.

Ugh...I don’t know what the female version of the Circle Jerk Group should be called, but this was the mother of the U.N.

1940 - Italy declared war on France and Britain; Canada declared war on Italy:  WWII.

Hitler thought he had a powerful ally, but instead Italy was nothing but a weak pain in the ass for the Reich to have as a partner.

1940 - President Franklin Roosevelt said the U.S. switching from "neutral" to "non-belligerent", meaning the U.S. would support the Allies without itself going to war against the Axis:  WWII.

This was a political way of saying the U.S. was going to stay on the sidelines a while longer, and FDR was trying to continue America's stance of ‘Non-Belligerent Neutrality’...This was an unacceptable situation, and the U.S. should never have gotten this deep into WWII without entering it.

I hate to admit it, but this is something we need to keep in mind when our allies don't come to our aid.

1943 - The Allies began bombing Germany around the clock:  WWII.

Germany Proper finally began to feel the pain it’s military had been giving the rest of Europe...It was overdue, and an awesome display of power.

Amazingly, modern-day Liberals beat on the U.S. for brutalizing German cities. Huh??

1967 - The Six Day War between Israel, Egypt, Syria Iraq and Jordan ended.

What a pathetic showing by the Arab 'powers,' and an equally weak display of Soviet armaments (used by the Arabs)...Never forget, the Arab-Israeli wars were also proxy wars between the U.S. and Soviet Union.

As a result of the war, Israel gained strategic lands (Gaza, West Bank, Golan Heights, Sinai Peninsula, etc.), humiliated the Arabs and set the stage for the 1973 Yom Kippur War.

1993 - Scientists announced they extracted genetic material from the preserved remains of an insect which lived when dinosaurs roamed the Earth.

This should be great news, but we must always temper our excitement with the fear of what the Mengelians might do with such a find. I can already see a bug-headed-human-fetus being created...Just for kicks and grins.

1999 - The U.S. Supreme Court ruled the city of Chicago went too far in its fight against street gangs by ordering police to break up groups of loiterers.

'Freedom of assembly,' aye? What a joke. This is just one of many Liberal jackass bastardizations of the First Amendment, which reads: “the right of the people peaceably to assemble.”

There is a huge difference, and when the 'peace' isn’t respected, neither should the right to 'assemble.'

This isn’t rocket science, but Liberal judges have twisted the Constitution so much the Founding Fathers wouldn’t even recognize their own document.

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