New York Times on Memorial Day Weekend: ‘Why Does the U.S. Military Celebrate White Supremacy?’

The New York Times published an editorial on Memorial Day weekend asking: “Why Does the U.S. Military Celebrate White Supremacy?”

“The NY Times couldn’t have done a more vile thing on a weekend where we honor our dead veterans.” — Mike Marroni

The article‘s byline is the entire editorial board, and it is accompanied by an image of a bullet shaped like a Ku Klux Klan robe.

The central complaint of the article is that there are U.S. military bases named after Confederate Army officers.

— Read on www.breitbart.com/the-media/2020/05/24/new-york-times-on-memorial-day-weekend-why-does-the-u-s-military-celebrate-white-supremacy/

Robert Welsh in 1958, delivered this warning about the #NewWorldOrder

There is nothing new about this warning. This is 60 years old. Still applicable; now, more so than ever.

#CIA #NSA #NASA #MKULTRA

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“I’m a Victim So I Can Do Anything I Want Today”

victim mentality

There are some that try to explain their current actions and bad behavior on what happened in the past.  It’s called a victim mentality.

They will even go so far as to blaspheme icons of faith to justify and rationalize the disgusting things they do today.

These are evil acts and statements that lack humility, discard goodness as not real, have a complete disregard for faith and good works, and they try to make a mockery of anyone that works hard to rise above what has happened to them.

Don’t let these self-identified victims influence your thinking.  They have destructive purposes for themselves and others – to bring as many as they can down to their level.

Most have had plenty of opportunities in faith and relationships to use those blessings and power to live a life that is productive, positive, and helpful for themselves and others.  But, they must choose it. Don’t enable their victimhood if they don’t choose what’s right, honorable, and good.

There is no reason for doing something filthy – ever, especially today.

Rise up!   Choose integrity, honesty, and loyalty.  You’ll be blessed because you did.

 

The Six D’s Of Satan…

Deception, Doubt, Discouragement, Diversion, Defeat, and Delay

Honor Yourself & Others

Honor Yourself & Others

By the grace of God I don’t live my life by these 6 D’s.

I was recently in a relationship and she lived her life by the 6 D’s even though she ‘said’ she didn’t. It was all a front and fraud.  She has given into deception of herself and others, the very first D.

Because of my Catholic and military upbringing, I was blessed since early childhood:

  • To not deceive, be honest
  • Not doubt, believe
  • Not discourage, be uplifting
  • Don’t divert, lead and tackle head-on
  • Don’t accept defeat, fight to win
  • Don’t delay; make decisions quickly and go for it.

I did everything I could to support her and servant-lead by example.  She chose the 6 D’s instead.

I don’t need someone that lives by the 6 D’s.  I don’t deserve that person or anyone like them either.

And you don’t either. Have faith in God that he will guide you to be honest, to believe, to uplift others and yourself, to lead head-on, to win, and go for it without delay.

 

 

Most Civilians Don’t Get It: God, Duty, Honor, Country

Arlington National Cemetery

Arlington National Cemetery

That is me.  That is my sister. That is my son. That is my father and mother.

My grandfather was a “lifer” in the military.  Both my father and mother were officers.  I gave up my son to help him get into the Marine Corps.  He fought and survived Iraq thank God.

Most civilians don’t understand life-long commitment, life and death commitment.  Hell, they think only about the here and now.

On an Arlington National Cemetery hill overlooking the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier

On an Arlington National Cemetery hill overlooking the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier

I was that kid waiting at the military flightline for my Dad to get home.  We watched military families keep their front blinds shut in the military housing area so they wouldn’t see the staff car drive up when their family member was deployed into a war zone.  We ran to comfort the families that received the staff car news: KIA, POW, MIA.

A commitment lasts an eternity, not just your time on Earth.  Too bad that civilians are missing the big picture.  The important stuff.  They only get what is the pin-dot of time here in this world and don’t get the feeling of mission, purpose, life, and blessings beyond this planet.

Please God help these weak ones know You, know the power of eternity with You, and decide to honor You, their families, their duty, and their country before their life is over in a meaningless pursuit of nothing.

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