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  • Commented on Trotskyite singularitarians for Monarchism! A political speculation.
    the simple fact is that Keynesian worked well for years. Until the Fatcats got the chance to march us The American Fatcat GOP are trying to marh us all back to a Golden age that never was. Unless you were...
  • Commented on Crib Sheet: The Fuller Memorandum
    Even today there are worse ways to kill time than with a Anthony Price book. They are a look at the pssts way of thinking. I never found the last one....
  • Commented on Minor hiccup
    For what its worth I have looked out of Oswald's window. Its just not that hard a shot. The pictures make it look a lot longer than it was. I think it was 60 minutes TV show that did a...
  • Commented on Minor hiccup
    I still think that real history is what we get after real conspiracies trip over each others plans....
  • Commented on Minor hiccup
    Harold Russell (aka. Kim Philby) was used as a character in one of Tm Power's books. Like any real spy he very careful. But it looks like he spent some time in the Afghanistan mountains. Who knows? Maybe he was...
  • Commented on Changing my mind on nuclear disarmament
    I've into how the world got into this mess for longer than many of you have been alive. "Germany Between the Wars" would answer a lot of the posts questions It has many sources and they mach what I found....
  • Commented on Changing my mind on nuclear disarmament
    The first Nazis were socialist, sort of. to get the big money from big industrialists he killed the Storm Troopers who were full of his early supporters. In the Night of the Long Knives, the SS killed them all. Then...
  • Commented on Changing my mind on nuclear disarmament
    I can't find my source, but I did read years ago that Hitler was making a living as a intelligence agent looking into possibly dangerous groups. And Goring may have been his commander. He investigated the Nazies. They looked like...
  • Commented on Changing my mind on nuclear disarmament
    Its a well known fact that people who lived, later hold scorn for the horrible, immoral people who kept them safe. Just look at what Kipling said about Tommy the Brut....
  • Commented on Changing my mind on nuclear disarmament
    GEORGE ORWELL ON THE BOMB, 1945. Had the atomic bomb turned out to be something as cheap and easily manufactured as a bicycle or an alarm clock, it might well have plunged us back into barbarism, but it might, on...
  • Commented on Changing my mind on nuclear disarmament
    The balloon fire bombs that reached America in WW-2 were tests to see if the plague bombs developed by Unit-731 and tested on Chinese civilians and pows. They were live dissected with out pain killers to see what the tests...
  • Commented on Changing my mind on nuclear disarmament
    OK. I've forgotten how how to code paragraphs. I stopped posting for a time and now now I can't. Could somebody remind me, please. XXXXX BACK TO BASICS Ihttp://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Giulio_ (In 1939.) “Douhet believed in the morale effects of bombing. Air...
  • Commented on Changing my mind on nuclear disarmament
    What do you think Douhe was talking about? It was what Hitler and then Harris tried to do. It just did not work. Sorry my schooling is to low for you, I was making a living with hot iron....
  • Commented on Changing my mind on nuclear disarmament
    "no one wanted to have people in the trenches like WW-1." Using bombers to to avoid trenches came from Douhet's 1939 doctrine of aerial bombardment bombardment. Most of the Air Forces jumped on it so they could finally do something...
  • Commented on Changing my mind on nuclear disarmament
    I do see your point. But I've better things to do with my live than keep years of stacks of paper. I did try that but.. If I'm wrong I'm wrong. Where was I wrong?...
  • Commented on Changing my mind on nuclear disarmament
    There was so much bombing because in the 1930's no one wanted to have people in the trenches like WW-1. Once they had the bombers they had to use them. I've read repeatedly that one Eastern European scientist invented the...
  • Commented on Changing my mind on nuclear disarmament
    Anybody know what the demand for "unconditional surrender really said in Japanese? Or just what the press and movies say it was? I've read that the bomb hit the corner of their Second Army's parade ground. After that no...
  • Commented on Changing my mind on nuclear disarmament
    There was a book called (I think) The Curve of Binding Energy." Its a must read if you are interested in the bomb or doing away with it. The subject of the book visited Los Amos and was shocked....
  • Commented on Changing my mind on nuclear disarmament
    I love the idea of nuclear disarmament. I remember duck and cover drills (they were a good idea)in grade school. I just can't see it happening until man changes. The US spent a lot of time and money trying...
  • Commented on Changing my mind on nuclear disarmament
    Finally reality, not half baked, wishful fantasy. The leaders of UK after WW2 (LABOR)wanted atomic weapons. After all it was English idea. It was illegal for America to help and that made a lot of anti-Americanism. The nasty economic life...
  • Commented on PSA: Ignore the news
    A new saying should be "Great Conspiracies require great proof." Not great willingness to believe....
  • Commented on The last refuge of scoundrels
    So where were the British tanks? I can't say its true but I read that a American Airborne officer was sent down the still open road to find them. It was said the tanks commander was having tea at a...
  • Commented on PSA: Ignore the news
    The only Brit general the Americas had any use for in WW-2 said something like" things are never as bad as first reports say" If you spend your thinking about how bad all the ifs may be you can't do...
  • Commented on PSA: Ignore the news
    You know Putin made this mess....
  • Commented on PSA: Ignore the news
    When you have one guy with a suicide vest its not dumb to try and keep people making themselves a target in the open. When this SWAT stuff started I read they used black to put fear into those they...
  • Commented on PSA: Ignore the news
    "missed a blood trail" Oh come on. The cops had not got there yet. This is not a English village....
  • Commented on PSA: Ignore the news
    OPPS, it looks like it was THEM not us. Turned on the TV. Same thing over and over. Intended to make people as fearful as possible? If you are fearful, how well do you think? For what it matters a...
  • Commented on PSA: Ignore the news
    I think we all say that the MSN is worse than useless. In fact all the right wing killers have been friends of FOX with their anti government books found in their homes and trucks. I think that FOX is...
  • Commented on PSA: Ignore the news
    You can make the darndest things go boom, like gold. But why bother? I still have a can of black powder from my shooting days. I bet you can still go to gun stores and buy it. Go to different...
  • Commented on PSA: Ignore the news
    So far the biggest known facts of the Boston news have been proven untrue. The main known guy of Oklahoma City brought ammonium nitrate in truck loads and sold drums of it at at gun shows. Thats how he made...
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