Wednesday, April 4, 2007

One Nation Under.....Siege!!!!

This is what we have to look forward to if Hillary of Osamabama is elected President:


Eleven Year Old Girl Scout and Her Mother Challenge “THE PEOPLE OF THE UNITED STATES”:

I wanted to inform you of the challenge Zoa has began. See her attached letter to President Bush. Her letter is being circulated all over the US and she had a huge smile on her face when she found out this was occurring from emails returned to her.
Thursday on our way to my parents home, Zoa asked if we could stop at the Capitol Building and so we did. She took her challenge letter to the Governor’s office. She has challenged our Governor to be Patriotic and American.

The governor was not available But his aides were and Zoa got to be in the Governor’s personal office and pictures taken. DO YOU KNOW HOW PROUD THIS LITTLE AMERICAN IS?????? I like what she has came up with for an idea because our children pay taxes also. Every time they spend their allowance and buy something with their money they are taxed just as well.

I am saddened by the horrific acts that are not peaceful speech that is being ignored such as defacing our war and American monuments. The men and women of our current and past wars are being attacked by defacing many monuments across the United States, by BURNING A MANAQUIN OF AN AMERICAN SOLDIER IN A QUOTE PEACEFUL ANTI WAR DEMONSTRATION, AND BY HAVING PEOPLE SAY THEY ARE SPEAKING FOR US WHEN THEY ARE NOT SPEAKING FOR ME!!!!!! MANY MILITARY FAMILIES AND VETERANS AND SOLDIERS ARE BEING EFFECTED DRASTICALLY AND THAT IS NOT AMERICAN.AND TO CALL THEM BABY KILLERS IS NOT ALRIGHT!!!!

We have people now across America taking Zoa up on her challenge to be American, to be Patriotic, to SUPPORT OUR TROOPS and to BE AMERICAN SPEAK OUT CAUSE OUR RIGHTS AND RESPONSIBILITIES ARE BEING TAKEN AWAY.

This needs attention now by anyone who lives in the United States. While we sit back and work everyday to try to achieve our American Dream the best way we can. The people who were voted into our CONGRESS have decided they are right and we the ones WHO voted them in their jobs are wrong.

There are thousands of clubs and organizations as well as almost everything to do with anything in the United States that these traditions are taught. Those trying to take this away from us are not as many as the media want to train us to think. This is America and I am tired of my life having to change for a few people who are speaking up and getting whatever they want no matter how ridiculous it is--AND MANY THINGS HAVE BEEN WAY PAST RIDIULOUS.

The Girl Scout Promise and Law are shared by every member of Girl Scouting. The Girl Scout Promise is the way Girl Scouts agree to act every day toward one another and other people, and the Law outlines a way to act towards one another and the world.


Help Zoa and others who live here in America to succeed with the challenge of Letting our troops know we support them. Write President Bush. THE TROOPS MIRACLE OF US BEING HEARD NEEDS TO GO TO THE TOP . Otherwise the miracle as Americans not being heard will continue until everything GOOD about AMERICA IS GONE.. ZOA IS OUR NEXT GENERATION OF CHILDREN THAT WILL SOMEDAY BE TAKING CARE OF US THE CITIZENS OF AMERICA.



Zoa--Junior Juliette in Girl Scouts
State of Missouri

My daddy served with the 1st Division, 2nd Battalion, 16th Infantry "Rangers", Charlie Company 65-66 Vietnam
April 5, 2007

President and Mrs. Bush
The White House
1600 Pennsylvania Avenue
Washington DC 20500

Dear Mr. President and Mrs. Bush,

My name is Zoa and I am eleven years old. I am a Junior Juliette in the Girls Scouts. I am working on my “United We Stand Badge” and “Our Rights, Our Responsibilities Badge”. The last activity to finish my Rights and Responsibility badge is an activity that includes the right to be me, the right to learn, the right to be heard, the right to live in peace, to be happy and to work together.

I am my Daddy’s youngest daughter and he is a disabled Vietnam Veteran. My Grandpa is a World War 2 Veteran from the Navy in the south Pacific. They both fought to make sure I have rights. All of our soldiers do. The Veterans that served with my Daddy that I have met at the reunions my mother has for them every year fought also. Two soldiers who were with my Daddy in Vietnam, got Medals of Honor. I got to go to Dayton, Ohio a few years back to one of their Medal of Honor ceremonies. It was really fun. I learned a lot. There were many soldiers there.

I am enclosing $2.00 to go to our soldiers. They need to be thanked for protecting our freedoms as well as others. I want to challenge all the people who live here in the USA to stand up and be Americans and to write to you and to send you money for our soldiers and to support them. Its important to have respect and to show respect. I hope that they write many letters and mail lots of money to you at the Whitehouse to where the mailmen will have to bring the big bags of mail into you as they did on the Miracle on 34th Street.

What is your favorite American song? Mine is by Lee Greenwood and its called God bless the USA. In Vietnam a soldier my Daddy was with saved my Daddy’s life and I sung his buddy God bless the USA three years ago at the reunion in Branson, Missouri. He was very important to our family he’s in Heaven now.

You are important to our family as the President of the United States. My Mom told me you had two girls. Do they like horses? I made a picture for Mrs. Bush. I hope she likes horses. I made eagles in the picture with the horse. I named him Pete. I made him on the Bella Sara website. It’s a fun website if you like horses.

I hope you will share my challenge with other American people. My family will be praying for your family and the soldiers and their families.
Thank you----Zoa



Sixty-three years ago, Nazi Germany had overrun almost all of Europe and hammered England to the verge of bankruptcy and defeat. The Nazis had sunk more than 400 British ships in their convoys between England and America taking food and war materials .

At that time the US was in an isolationist, pacifist mood, and most Americans wanted nothing to do with the European or the Asian war .

Then along came Pearl Harbor on December 7, 1941 , and in outrage Congress unanimously declared war on Japan, and the following day on Germany who had not yet attacked us . It was a dicey thing . We had few allies .

France was not an ally, as the Vichy government of France quickly aligned itself with its German occupiers . Germany was certainly not an ally, as Hitler was intent on setting up a Thousand Year Reich in Europe. Japan was not an ally, as it was well on its way to owning and controlling all of Asia.

Together, Japan and Germany had long-range plans of invading Canada and Mexico, as launching pads to get into the United States over our northern and southern borders, after they finished gaining control of Asia and Europe.

America 'S only allies then were England, Ireland, Scotland, Canada, Australia, and Russia . That was about it. All of Europe, from Norway to Italy (except Russia in the East) was already under the Nazi heel.

The US was certainly not prepared for war. The US had drastically downgraded most of its military forces after WW I because of the depression, so that at the outbreak of WW II, Army units were training with broomsticks because they didn't have guns, and cars with "tank" painted on the doors because they didn't have real tanks A huge chunk of our Navy had just been sunk or damaged at Pearl Harbor.

Britain had already gone bankrupt, saved only by the donation of $600 million in gold bullion in the Bank of England (that was actually the property of Belgium ) given by Belgium to England to carry on the war when Belgium was overrun by Hitler (a little known fact).

Actually, Belgium surrendered on one day, because it was unable to oppose the German invasion, and the Germans bombed Brussels into rubble the next day just to prove they could .

Britain had already been holding out for two years in the face of staggering losses and the near decimation of its Royal Air Force in the Battle of Britain, and was saved from being overrun by Germany only because Hitler made the mistake of thinking the Brits were a relatively minor threat that could be dealt with later. Hitler first turned his attention to Russia, in the late summer of 1940 at a time when England was on the verge of collapse.

Ironically, Russia saved America's butt by putting up a desperate fight for two years, until the US got geared up to begin hammering away at Germany .

Russia lost something like 24,000,000 people in the sieges of Stalingrad and Moscow alone . . . 90% of them from cold and starvation, mostly civilians, but also more than a 1,000,000 soldiers.

Had Russia surrendered, Hitler would have been able to focus his entire war effort against the Brits, then America. If that had happened, the Nazis could possibly have won the war .

All of this has been brought out to illustrate that turning points in history are often dicey things. Now, we find ourselves at another one of those key moments in history.

There is a very dangerous minority in Islam that either has, or wants, and may soon have, the ability to deliver small nuclear, biological, or chemical weapons, almost anywhere in the world .

The Jihadis, the militant Muslims, are basically Nazis in Kaffiyahs -- they believe that Islam, a radically conservative form of Wahhabi Islam, should own and control the Middle East first, then Europe, then the world. To them, all who do not bow to their will of thinking should be killed, enslaved, or subjugated . They want to finish the Holocaust, destroy Israel, and purge the world of Jews. This is their mantra (goal).

There is also a civil war raging in the Middle East -- for the most part not a hot war, but a war of ideas. Islam is having its Inquisition and its Reformation, but it is not yet known which side will win -- the Inquisitors, or the Reformationists.

If the Inquisition wins, then the Wahhabis, the Jihadis, will control the Middle East, the OPEC oil, and the US , European, and Asian economies.

The techno-industrial economies will be at the mercy of OPEC -- not an OPEC dominated by the educated, rational Saudis of today, but an OPEC dominated by the Jihadis. Do you want gas in your car? Do you want heating oil next winter? Do you want the dollar to be worth anything? You had better hope the Jihad, the Muslim Inquisition, loses, and the Islamic Reformation wins.

If the Reformation movement wins, that is, the moderate Muslims who believe that Islam can respect and tolerate other religions, live in peace with the rest of the world, and move out of the 10th century into the 21st, then the troubles in the Middle East will eventually fade away. A moderate and prosperous Middle East will emerge.

We have to help the Reformation win, and to do that we have to fight the Inquisition, i.e., the Wahhabi movement, the Jihad, Al Qaeda and the Islamic terrorist movements. We have to do it somewhere. We can't do it everywhere at once. We have created a focal point for the battle at a time and place of our choosing . . . . . . in Iraq. Not in New York, not in London, or Paris or Berlin, but in Iraq, where we are doing two important things.

(1) We deposed Saddam Hussein. Whether Saddam Hussein was directly involved in the 9/11 terrorist attack or not, it is undisputed that Saddam has been actively supporting the terrorist movement for decades Saddam is a terrorist! Saddam is, or was, a weapon of mass destruction, responsible for the deaths of probably more than a 1,000,000 Iraqis and 2,000,000 Iranians .

(2) We created a battle, a confrontation, a flash point, with Islamic terrorism in Iraq. We have focused the battle. We are killing bad people, and the ones we get there we won't have to get here. We also have a good shot at creating a democratic, peaceful Iraq, which will be a catalyst for democratic change in the rest of the Middle East, and an outpost for a stabilizing American military presence in the Middle East for as long as it is needed .

WW II, the war with the Japanese and German Nazis, really began with a "whimper" in 1928. It did not begin with Pearl Harbor. It began with the Japanese invasion of China. It was a war for fourteen years before the US joined it. It officially ended in 1945 -- a 17 year war -- and was followed by another decade of US occupation in Germany and Japan to get those countries reconstructed and running on their own again . . . a 27 year war.

WW II cost the United States an amount equal to approximately a full year's GDP -- adjusted for inflation, equal to about $12 trillion dollars. WW II cost America more than 400,000 soldiers killed in action, and nearly 100,000 still missing in action.

The Iraq war has, so far, cost the United States about $160,000,000,000, which is roughly what the 9/11 terrorist attack cost New York. It has also cost about 3,000 American lives, which is roughly equivilant to lives that the Jihad killed (within the United States) in the 9/11 terrorist attack .

The cost of not fighting and winning WW II would have been unimaginably greater -- a world dominated by Japanese Imperialism and German Nazism .

This is not a 60-Minutes TV show, or a 2-hour movie in which everything comes out okay . The real world is not like that. It is messy, uncertain, and sometimes bloody and ugly. It always has been, and probably always will be .

The bottom line is that we will have to deal with Islamic terrorism until we defeat it, whenever that is. It will not go away if we ignore it .

If the US can create a reasonably democratic and stable Iraq, then we have an ally, like England, in the Middle East, a platform from which we can work to help modernize and moderate the Middle East. The history of the world is the clash between the forces of relative civility and civilization, and the barbarians clamoring at the gates to conquer the world.

The Iraq War is merely another battle in this ancient and never ending war. Now, for the first time ever, the barbarians are about to get nuclear weapons -- unless some body prevents them from getting them.

We have four options:

1 . We can defeat the Jihad now, before it gets nuclear weapons.

2 . We can fight the Jihad later, after it gets nuclear weapons (which may be as early as next year, if Iran 's progress on nuclear weapons is what Iran claims it is).

3 . We can surrender to the Jihad and accept its dominance in the Middle East now; in Europe in the next few years or decades, and ultimately in America.


4 . We can stand down now, and pick up the fight later when the Jihad is more widespread and better armed, perhaps after the Jihad has dominated France and Germany and possibly most of the rest of Europe. It will, of course, be more dangerous, more expensive, and much bloodier.

If you oppose this war, I hope you like the idea that your children, or grandchildren, may live in an Islamic America under the Mullahs and the Sharia, an America that resembles Iran today.

The history of the world is the history of civilization clashes, cultural clashes. All wars are about ideas, ideas about what society and civilization should be like, and the most determined always win.

Those who are willing to be the most ruthless always win . The pacifists always lose, because the anti-pacifists kill them .

Remember, perspective is everything, and America 's schools teach too little history for perspective to be clear, especially in the young American mind.

The Cold War lasted from about 1947 at least until the Berlin Wall came down in 1989; forty-two years!

Europe spent the first half of the 19th century fighting Napoleon, and from 1870 to 1945 fighting Germany !

World War II began in 1928, lasted 17 years, plus a ten year occupation, and the US still has troops in Germany and Japan. World War II resulted in the death of more than 50,000,000 people, maybe more than 100,000,000 people, depending on which estimates you accept.

The US has taken more than 3,000 killed in action in Iraq. The US took more than 4,000 killed in action on the morning of June 6, 1944, the first day of the Normandy Invasion to rid Europe of Nazi Imperialism.

In WW II the US averaged 2,000 KIA a week -- for four years. Most of the individual battles of WW II lost more Americans than the entire Iraq war has done so far .

The stakes are at least as high; a world dominated by representative governments with civil rights, human rights and personal freedoms . . or a world dominated by a radical Islamic Wahhabi movement, by the Jihad, under the Mullahs and the Sharia (Islamic law) .

It's difficult to understand why the average American does not grasp this. They favor human rights, civil rights, liberty and freedom, but evidently not for Iraqis.

"Peace Activists" always seem to demonstrate here in America where it's safe.

Why don't we see Peace Activists demonstrating in Iran, Syria, Iraq, Sudan, North Korea, in the places that really need peace activism the most? I'll tell you why! They would be killed!

The liberal mentality is supposed to favor human rights, civil rights, democracy, multiculturalism, diversity, etc., but if the Jihad wins, wherever the Jihad wins, it is the end of civil rights, human rights, democracy, multiculturalism, diversity, etc.

Americans who oppose the liberation of Iraq are coming down on the
side of their own worst enemy!


Raymond S. Kraft is a writer living in Northern California that has studied the Middle Eastern culture and religion in great detail.

Liberal Media Twisting the VA Tech Tragedy

It isn't like I didn't know it would happen. I guess I'm surprised it took two whole days after the tragic deaths of all of those at VA Tech.

The liberal media is now playing up the angle that the murderer of all of those people, was teased, pushed around and laughed at.

Do you know anyone who wasn't teased, pushed around, or laughed at, at some point in school? How many of those turned out to be mass murderers?

If there is anyone that can take a tragedy caused by a single madman who had no business walking around among normal people, and turn the blame around on the victims, it's the liberally-biased media. If I were a family member of one of the murdered people at VA Tech, I would sue the media over those remarks. Disgusting!




The Mainstream Media, including Fox, which claims to be "Fair and Balanced", have not covered this event from the 'Eagles' side. They have, however, covered the anti-American side. You would think we would be used to it by now.

I want to make sure the public and more importantly, the US troops overseas, get firsthand accounts of what took place. I'm tired of being misrepresented in the 'majority' the news claims objects to the war in Iraq. I want Victory in Iraq, not defeat.

I want our troops to be safe and well-equipped, not left to their own defenses because Pelosi wants to cut and run, and stop funding for the US troops.


On March 17, 2007 I went to Washington DC, with a "Gathering of Eagles" to protect our war memorials, and to oppose the A.N.S.W.E.R Coalition's 'march on the pentagon', what was dubbed as an "anti-war protest".

Since the mainstream media, and even the Fox News Channel, which claims to be Fair and Balanced, did not cover our pro-US troops' rally, I decided to give my account of the events that took place. Fox News was there, but all they covered were the 'protesters.' The pro-US troops crowd, the Gathering of Eagles outnumbered the protesters 3-1 according to the National Park Service. On the A.N.S.W.E.R Coalition's website, they claim that there were less marchers than advertised because park police kept them from joining the demonstration. That could not be further from the truth.

The National Park Service roped off, and designated areas for the Anti-American crowd and for the Eagles crowd. I was there for about five minutes, when a group of 'peaceful' marchers tried to break the barrier of Veterans and US supporters set up at the 'exit' of the Vietnam Veterans Memorial Wall. Dozens of reports involving 'anti-war' types desecrating war memorials, made it necessary for the Vietnam Veterans to not let the 'angry mob' through. They weren't going to allow them to destroy their memorial.

What a bunch of goons they were! I haven’t seen that many freaks since I went to the Big Top in the circus as a kid. It mostly consisted of young people, quite a few of them kids ranging in ages from 6-18, some in strollers. There was even one guy pushing a baby in a stroller, and when one of the protesters tried to come over to our side, a couple cops stood between the protester and the vets on our side. This guy placed the stroller between him and the vets. Can you believe it? We lined on the sidewalks as they marched by and shouted USA! USA! over and over again. Some shouted Traitor, Terrorist, and other words appropriate to the parade of loonies marching by. It reminded me of the Mummers' Parade without the great string band music. I liked the guys dressed in Pink and wearing the rainbow clothes. That was very colorful, I just don't know what that crowd had to do with being anti-war!?!

The Eagles waved American Flags, it was great and the 'marchers' hated it! There were a few scuffles, when some of the protesters crossed over into the areas that were designated for the veterans and troops’ supporters. There was this guy, Squiggy they call him, who is at the Walter Reed Medical Center for our wounded veterans, shouting at our soldiers as they enter and leave the building, every weekend. They call themselves Code Pink. Squiggy had a big pink ribbon hanging off of his backpack. He deliberately went through a crowd of vets, carrying his signs. He was told that he must have gotten lost and was directed back to the 'flock' on the other side of the Lincoln Memorial.

I always knew that Jane Fonda was a thorn in the Vietnam Veterans’ side, but seeing it up close and personal was very different. She wasn’t there of course. There is a picture of her marching in a protest, probably somewhere in CA, or it could have been at the protest in Oregon where they burned the Us Flag and an effigy of an American Soldier, and waved a banner saying "F**k the Troops! Fonda is pictured with the Code Pink ‘ladies’, one of the 'ladies' being a guy with a 5 o’clock shadow. Freaks, all of them! The picture is to the left, so be sure to to take a look at it.

Friday night, March 16th, groups of Veterans and supporters stood outside of Walter Reed in the cold, while it was snowing and gave support to the guys coming in and out, while the small crowd of Code Pink people tried to stage their weekly tirade.

The A.N.S.W.E.R. Coalition's musical guest was a rapper with a ‘rap’ sheet. Big surprise, huh? Apparently he had some controversial songs about Bush and about 9/11 being an inside job. When we had our rally, with the Pledge of Allegiance and the Star-Spangled Banner, all you could hear were the shouts of the morons across the way. While our side played Taps, you could hear them shouting things like, “Puerto Rico is in the house, Cuba is in the house, Palestine is in the house, etc.” as if that was a good thing! I didn't hear them say, and this is important, "America is in the house!" America was there that day, but not with the '10,000' Anti-Americans. America was where she belonged, with her 30,000 supporters.

The protesters tried to paint the Eagles as ‘bullies’, but everyone was really civil I'm surprised at how civil the Eagles were considering that for many of our Vietnam Veterans this was the first time they were able to vent their rage at the protesters without lifting a finger to them. Just our being there angered the 'mob'. They were a little shaken by our numbers as well. Was it surprise or fear? Hard to tell under all the rainbows and pink ribbons. We ruined their "Communist" Block Party. And that pleases me very much!

Towards the end of the day, when most of us were leaving and waiting for our busses and whatnot to come, suddenly dozens of cop cars and paddy wagons went flying down Constitution Avenue with their lights on and sirens blaring. I found out that about 200 people from the Black Bloc people (whatever they are) tried to climb the fence surrounding the wall with weapons. None of them made it over and they were all arrested. But you won’t read about that or see it on TV either. One of the guys I was walking around with that day, was there and saw the whole thing. He said there were more cops that what I even saw.

When I went with my kids to DC couple of years ago, it was a rainy, chilly fall day. No one was around and we walked freely all over the Mall, including in the area of the Vietnam Veterans Memorial Wall. Last Saturday, everyone had to go through a metal detector to visit the Wall. There were barricades all over the place. The lines were incredibly long, but so worth it. There were Vietnam Veterans in wheelchairs spanning the length of the wall, thanking everyone who came in support of them and our troops. We weren’t allowed to carry bags in with us to see the wall. All that because of the protesters. It was amazing, though!

There are tons of pictures up at and on the page. I have had a ton of people sign my guestbook in the past month. Before that all I ever got was spam and I had to dump the guestbook. One of them was a Philly cop who said he was also a Navy Veteran in Vietnam and he went to the wall on Saturday, too. His reason was two-fold, he went as a veteran and as a police officer. One of the groups marching were defending and seeking justice for a convicted cop killer from Philadelphia, currently sitting on death row. He shot the cop in the back four times, witnesses stated. I have even had a couple of soldiers sign the guestbook. That was cool. Follow the links to see the entries in the Links section of this Blog.

Two things were accomplished by the Eagles on March 17, 2007, in Washington DC. One was that no war memorial was defaced as they have been in the past by anti-war types all over the country. The other was to stand in support of our US troops currently serving and for our Vietnam Veterans. For the first time in our country, Vietnam Veterans recevied the "Welcome Home and Thanks for Serving!, they never received.

Joining the Gathering of Eagles that day was so worth the trip, even if the news media doesn’t think so. This is why it is up to Americans to take their country back. We can do it! It isn't too late!


(THE pictures on the left are of people who may, or may not have been in DC on March 17, 2007. However, they are members of some of the groups that make up the A.N.S.W.E.R. Coalition.)



Lots of GOE Pictures

Michelle Malkin's Blogburst-GOE

Save The Colors

Photo Album for the Gathering of Eagles

1 comment:

Marie's Two Cents said...

God bless our fallen heros and those serving today.

You have a wonderful Memorial Day Weekend :-)