Ooh! It’s Just Like “Clear and Present Danger”!

Ooh! It’s Just Like “Clear and Present Danger”!

U.S. special forces are active in Mexico

by Timothy Chilman email: timothychilman@yahoo.com Mexico is in a bit of a pickle. In December, 2006, President Felipe Calderon kicked-off a crackdown upon the seven drug cartels which earn $13bn every year from transporting drugs to the United States. The government says that 34,612 people have been killed since then, including drug gang members, security force personnel, and innocent civilians. The death toll of 15,237 last year was the steepest yet. Violence has increased as previously allied drug cartels fight...
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Did the Husband of Michele Bachmann Take the Road to Sodom?

Did the Husband of Michele Bachmann Take the Road to Sodom?

Is Michelle Bachmann's husband an ASS BANDIT? It certainly sounds like it.

by Timothy Chilman email: timothychilman@yahoo.com The Federalist newsletter, which bills itself as “the most widely read conservative grassroots publication on the Internet,” said that “Obama’s adoring Leftmedia sycophants are promoting the GOP candidates they believe Obama can most readily defeat.” That explains Michele Bachmann. At first, things were looking good for Bachmann, the thinking man’s Sarah Palin. At the Republican debate in June where she launched her bid for the presidency, she received several bouts of applause for her attacks...
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Why the Iranians Hate Us: the Coup of 1953

Why the Iranians Hate Us: the Coup of 1953

Troops surround the Iranian parliament after the coup

by Timothy Chilman email: ephedrasa@hotmail.com Early in the 20th century, the weak and ineffectual Mozzafar-ad-Din Shah Qajar, ruler of Persia, was troubled. Declining revenues and royal extravagance caused financial woes. The Shah rapidly exhausted two large loans from Russia, partly on travel to Europe. Secret revolutionary societies sprang up. Widespread strikes and other protests aroused the fear that the military would join the opposition, requiring concession. On August 5, 1906, the Shah signed the Electoral Law of Persia, creating an...
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Poor, Befuddled Ronald Reagan and All That White Powder

Poor, Befuddled Ronald Reagan and All That White Powder

This poor, confused, old geezer got himself into SO MUCH TROUBLE!

by Timothy Chilman email: timothychilman@yahoo.com In Nicaragua in the 1980s, the counter-revolutionaries – contras – comprised men who were National Guardsmen under the dictator, Somoza, and peasants opposed to the agrarian reform of the government of the Sandinista Front. The Central Intelligence Agency began to feed, clothe, arm, and supervise the contras in Honduras under National Security Decision Directive 17, which President Ronald Reagan signed in December 1981. Its ostensible purpose was to prevent the flow of armaments from Nicaragua...
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Defeated by Inferior Technology

Defeated by Inferior Technology

The U.S. military is actually a bit crap.

by Timothy Chilman email: timothychilman@yahoo.com “We were defeated by one thing only – by the inferior science of our enemies. I repeat – by the inferior science of our enemies.” from Supremacy, by Arthur C. Clarke. INTRODUCTION Between the end of the Vietnam War and the invasion of Grenada in 1983, nobody considered the U.S. military unstoppable, but times change. U.S. defense spending dwarfs that of the next six biggest spenders together. U.S. military hardware is considered the best. The...
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A Tale of Terrorism by the U.S. Government

A Tale of Terrorism by the U.S. Government

Fidel Castro, the target of the operation.

By Timothy Chilman email: timothychilman@yahoo.com   Military action by the US against Fidel Castro’s Cuba was first suggested by President Eisenhower. The Cold War was at its peak, and the downing of Gary Powers’ U2 had occurred not long before. Eisenhower wanted to invade Cuba immediately before President Kennedy’s inauguration. On January 3 1961, at a meeting with the Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff and others, he said he would take action against Castro before the inauguration if...
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This Child Did Not Emerge from the Vagina of this Woman

This Child Did Not Emerge from the Vagina of this Woman

We're talking about this child, and this woman's vagina.

by Timothy Chilman email: timothychilman@yahoo.com Trig Paxson Van Palin is an anagram of Savanna Tripling Pox, Naval Rapping Toxins, Vaginal Tax Nips Porn, and Nirvana Pant Glop Six. Sarah Palin says her son of this name was born on April 18, 2008 and weighed six pounds and two ounces. Trig is a Norse name meaning “loyal” and is the name of a relative of Palin’s. Paxson is a teeny community in Alaska which is popular with snowboarders. All we have...
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End the Illegal U.S. Occupation of Hawai’i!

End the Illegal U.S. Occupation of Hawai’i!

Hawai'i looks like this.

By Timothy Chilman email: timothychilman@yahoo.com The Hawai’ian islands contain some of the most beautiful and resource-rich land to be found in the Pacific. Being enriched by lava, the soil of Hawai’i is very fertile. There are eight main islands and many smaller ones. The larger islands are Hawaii, Maui, Kahoolawe, Lanai, Oahu, Molokai, Kauai, and Niihau. The climate is tropical, and humidity and temperatures are reduced by the eastern trade winds. The average temperature is in the 80s F. Hawai’i...
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They Were Shooting Flying Fish: the Gulf of Tonkin Incident

They Were Shooting Flying Fish: the Gulf of Tonkin Incident

The USS Maddox engages North Vietnamese P-4 patrol boats

by Timothy Chilman email: timothychilman@yahoo.com Tonkin, Đông Kinh in Vietnamese, means “Eastern Capital.” On 10 August, 1964, the Southeast Asia (Gulf of Tonkin) Resolution was approved by the House of Representatives by 416 votes to nil after 40 minutes of debate, and the Senate by a vote of 88 to 2 after nine hours of debate. The resolution granted President Lyndon Baines Johnson the right to use military force without a declaration of war. Senators Morse and Gruening argued that...
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China and the Threat of Informationalized War

China and the Threat of Informationalized War

Imagine if the communications equipment of the U.S. military failed

by Timothy Chilman email: timothychilman@yahoo.com Envision September 2020. Members of the 60,000 strong cyberwarfare division of the Chinese military have comprehensively penetrated U.S. government and corporate networks. China seeks to bring Singapore into its fold, and when its navy attacks a Singaporean guided missile frigate in the South China sea, U.S. military units rapidly discover their communications capability to be heavily degraded. Satellite communications, radio, personal computers and the all-important battlefield communications hardware are close to crippled. Key military networks...
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