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The Charleston shootings, by a white, and immediately proclaimed a hate crime prompted nationwide outrage over the Confederate flag, forcing many to take the flags down, stop selling them, or stop displaying them. There was nationwide pressure to remove/ban the flag permanently…

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The shooter’s desire to start a race war and tying that to the flag were central to their argument that the flag had to come down. Googling removal of the Confederate flag generated about 865,000 results… And not a SINGLE picture of a Confederate flag. Probably the first 50 pages of results all tied back to the Charleston shooting…

Last week a Black, gay, disgruntled employee killed two former co-workers on local TV. His apartment had a LGBT flag prominently displayed. He wanted to start a race war and blamed it on the Charleston shootings and his ‘powder keg’ feelings.

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Where are the calls for removing/banning the LGBT flag? Where are the outraged media over his support of this flag and his desire to start a race war? Where are the editorials about this hate crime???

/Crickets…

Googling removal of the LGBT flag generated about 446,000 results… And multiple pictures of it, including the White House being lit for LGBT. Not even the first page of results has ANY mention of the Roanoke shooter and his stance…

The WAPO had an interesting article HERE, on Friday ‘discussing’ the ‘perceived’ bias in coverage…

What has ALL the coverage been? Gun control! Can’t address that elephant in the room, so the default it EBIL GUNS!!! ELEVENTY!!! Can’t talk about a gay, black going off and committing a hate crime… Nope… Not PC…

This is an interesting screen cap from book of face…

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Sigh… Crap like this doesn’t give me much hope that the America ‘I’ grew up in and defended, can be salvaged. Of course since that was a Christian environment, and family oriented, and people of all races got along; so it must be denigrated, scoffed at, and made fun of…

#Blacklivesmatter & #FYF911 says “It’s open season on White People”

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Originally posted on widissident:

http://www.theblaze.com/stories/2015/09/02/shock-audio-self-proclaimed-black-lives-matter-online-radio-host-declares-its-open-season-on-killing-whites-andpolice-officers/

With no surpise, audio has come out along with video of #blacklivesmatter and #fyf911 activists actively advocating and threatening that black Americans are going to start attacking and killing off white Americans..

Why? Because liberals and socialists (white,black,hispanic – whatever) are creating a narrative that ‘white people as a whole are to blame for armed/unarmed black Americans getting shot.’ Whither its by a cop, white or black, or by a white armed citizen. To these activists, it doesn’t mean much when black Americans shoot other black Americans. It doesn’t fit their agenda.  To them, White’s are to blame for everything bad happening to minorities because there is possibly no way any person of a darker skin color is responsible for they’re own actions/inaction..

Here are two video’s of a supporter/activist advocating for killing off white people..

here he is defining how the movements are “not responsible” for recent killings

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WWII Navy vet survived early battles, transmitted news of Japanese surrender 70 years ago

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This is from Fox News.

Stephen Dennis has led an amazing life.     

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In this Aug. 12, 2015 photo, World War II veteran Stephen Dennis poses in Mechanicville, N.Y. Dennis enlisted in the Navy soon after the Japanese attacked Pearl Harbor. Less than a year later, he survived one of the Pacific’s fiercest naval battles. On the day Japan formally surrendered to end WWII, the young sailor from upstate New York was transmitting the news to the world that the bloodiest conflict in history was officially over. (AP Photo/Mike Groll) (The Associated Press)

Stephen Dennis enlisted in the Navy soon after the Japanese attacked Pearl Harbor in 1941. Less than a year later, the raw 19-year-old recruit was thrust into fighting off the Solomon Islands and survived one of the fiercest naval battles in the South Pacific.

By the end of the war, the young sailor from upstate New York was a shipboard radioman helping news organizations get the word out to the world that the Japanese had officially surrendered on Sept. 2, 1945.

As Wednesday’s 70th anniversary of the surrender approached, Dennis reminisced recently about his military service, which began aboard the ill-fated USS Atlanta.

“I was fighting all the time,” Dennis, 93, said inside the public library in Mechanicville, his hometown 18 miles north of Albany. “Either they were shooting at us or we were shooting at them.”

Dennis enlisted four days after the Dec. 7, 1941 aerial assault on Hawaii brought the U.S. into the war. After an accelerated boot camp that lasted just 14 days, he was assigned to the Atlanta, a newly commissioned light cruiser. By the spring of 1942 the Atlanta was in the Pacific, where the ship participated in the Battle of Midway.

On Nov. 13, 1942, the ship was hit by a torpedo and surface fire from enemy ships as well as friendly fire from the USS San Francisco during a chaotic night battle near the island of Guadalcanal, the largest in the Solomon Islands. Dennis was below deck in the forward part of the Atlanta, helping load powder for guns that got so hot “we had to hose them down,” he said.

More than a third of the Atlanta’s crew was killed, including the admiral commanding the ship, which was later scuttled because it was so severely damaged. The U.S. lost five other ships, casualties of the Japanese navy’s superiority in night fighting early in the war.

Boats were sent out from Guadalcanal to rescue the surviving Atlanta crewmembers. When Dennis stepped on shore — “I didn’t even get my feet wet,” he recalled — a buddy from back home who was serving in the Marines spotted him.

“I spent three days in his foxhole, and he fed me, too,” Dennis said.

Despite the drubbings the U.S. suffered in the sea battles, the outgunned and under-supplied Navy helped turn the tide of the war in the Pacific in the Allies’ favor, said Mark Evans, historian at the U.S. Naval History and Heritage Command in Washington, D.C.

“They fought on a shoe string,” Evans said. “But Guadalcanal is where we turned the Japanese back.”

Dennis was sent to the nearby island of Tulagi, where he was trained as a radio operator working with torpedo-equipped PT boats based there. He eventually was sent home for a brief leave before being assigned to a destroyer. A case of tonsillitis kept him from returning to the Pacific aboard the destroyer, so he was assigned to the USS Ancon, a communications command ship. The Ancon participated in the Okinawa campaign in the spring of 1945 and was later sent to Japan, where it anchored near the Missouri for the formal surrender ceremony.

Working in the Ancon’s radio shack, Dennis spent Sept. 2, 1945, assisting U.S. wire service reporters by punching their stories of the surrender into a teletype machine and transmitting the accounts to their news organizations for distribution worldwide. “If I didn’t send it, they didn’t get it,” Dennis said.

Hours later, when he was finally finished, Dennis said he told his commanding officer: “I’m done. You can’t keep me anymore.”

Back home after four years in the service, Dennis and his wife, Mary, raised three children while he worked more than 30 years at the local paper mill. In August 2014, Dennis was awarded six medals he was entitled to for his WWII service but never received. He considers himself fortunate to have survived some of the war’s biggest sea battles, especially that horrific night when the Atlanta met its doom.

“I think how lucky I was to walk off of it with all the dead people around,” he said

Armed Man Defends 6 People, Including Baby, During Home Invasion – 1 Bad Guy Dead

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This is from Freedom OutPost.

One bad guy dead and six people, including a baby are safe I say that is a happy ending.

Six people are safe, including a one-month old baby, after an armed man protected them from two thugs who broke into an apartment, attempting to rob the residents.

The Star-Telegram reports that the incident occurred about 1pm on Tuesday; and that Brad White, who was in the apartment with his girlfriend and their newborn baby, said that two suspects entered the apartment and began a scuffle with the residents. Keep in mind that the police report lists the incident as a robbery-home invasion.

The suspects were told to leave after they rush into the apartment, according to White. One complied with the order. The other, 36-year-old Larry Chism failed to back down from the confrontation. That’s when 21-year-old Blake Estrada Severin shot him twice, once in the shoulder and once in the chest.

Jessica Bryan, 21, who also lives in the apartment, said that six people were in the apartment when the two suspects entered. She also said that Chism was a former friend, but that a week ago he was brandishing a 9mm handgun in their faces. Authorities have no confirmed whether Chism was armed at the time of the robbery-home invasion.

White seemed thankful for the quick actions of Severin.

“My friend didn’t hesitate — he knew I had a baby in there and he shot him,” White said.

Severin met the police in the parking lot of the Cameron Creek Apartments in the Cityview area of southwest Forth Worth, Texas.

According to Ft. Worth Police Department spokesman officer Daniel Segura, Severin then told officers that he had shot Chism.

Chism was pronounced dead in the living room of the apartment, according to authorities.

Two people in the apartment were taken into custody to be questioned. However, they were later released and no arrests were made.
Read more at http://freedomoutpost.com/2015/08/armed-man-defends-6-people-including-baby-during-home-invasion-1-bad-guy-dead/#rZM5LBf1G80HLQKG.99

Rapidly Cooling The Pacific

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Originally posted on Real Science:

All of the warm water at the surface of the Pacific, and the major hurricanes that have been occurring there – are radiating huge amounts of heat out into space. The Pacific is likely losing record amounts of heat this summer. Note the cold spots starting to appear around Hawaii where typhoons have passed.

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Rowan County Clerk Kim Davis Refuses to Issue Sodomites Marriage Licenses Under God’s Authority

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This is from Freedom OutPost.

I say Bravo to Rowan County Clerk Kim Davis for standing firm in her convictions.

1 Corinthians 6:9-10King James Version (KJV)

Know ye not that the unrighteous shall not inherit the kingdom of God? Be not deceived: neither fornicators, nor idolaters, nor adulterers, nor effeminate, nor abusers of themselves with mankind,

10 Nor thieves, nor covetous, nor drunkards, nor revilers, nor extortioners, shall inherit the kingdom of God.

Rowan County Clerk Kim Davis has been under fire from the sodomite community over her refusal to issue marriage licenses to same-sex couples and she has refused to step down from her position as county clerk. Now it appears that the sodomites are attempting to pressure her by pushing for a contempt of court charge, but David isn’t going to be bullied.

WKYT reports:

A motion was filed Tuesday, asking U.S. District Judge David Bunning to hold Davis in contempt. Bunning scheduled a contempt hearing for 11 a.m. Thursday in Ashland. At that time, the gay couples will have to present evidence, which could include testimony from Davis herself. Bunning would then decide on punishment. That could include fines, jail time or both, but the motion asks the judge to impose only financial penalties.

The U.S. Supreme Court on Monday declined to intervene in the case, leaving Davis no legal grounds to refuse to grant licenses to gay couples.

Tuesday’s court maneuver comes after Davis refused to process marriage licenses.

Davis showed up for work just after 7 a.m. Tuesday and, about an hour later, she denied a couple that sought a marriage license.

Two couples, who are engaged in sodomy, came in attempting to get licenses. April Miller and Karen Roberts brought in the cameras of the media, but were refused licenses. David Moore and David Ermold were rejected for a fourth time and they were refused the opportunity to speak to Davis.

“Tell her to come out and face the people she’s discriminating against,” Ermold shouted.

Davis appeared from her office only to be blasted by these effeminate sodomites, even though she clearly and politely spoke to them and claimed that she has not disrespected them.

Ermold said, “I would never do what you are doing to us to someone.”

“You believe passionately about something as do I,” Davis told him.

Ermold then said, “We aren’t leaving without a license,” to which Davis told him, “Then you’re going to have a long day.” Indeed, hours after her statement, reporter Hillary Thornton posted this:

Groups on both sides of debate remain out here 4 hours since Kim Davis announced she will not be issuing licenses

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Groups on both sides of debate remain out here 4 hours since Kim Davis announced she will not be issuing licenses

See? Sodomites continue to this day to weary themselves in an attempt to find the door to engage in their deviant passions (Gen. 19:11).

Davis was told that her temporary stay was up. However, she reminded those engaging in their unlawful behavior the she had many appeals ahead.

“We aren’t giving licenses today pending appeals process,” Davis said.

When asked by whose authority she was not issuing marriage licenses to sodomites, Davis looked the camera in the eye and declared, “Under God’s authority.”

The effeminate sodomite then attempted more bullying claiming that he paid her salary and was being discriminated against. He then stepped in it by asking Davis if she would provide licenses to interracial couples, which she affirmed she would, provided they were a man and a woman.

She then went to call the police and the sodomites said that they would seek to have the police arrest her. Arrest her? For what? Standing for the law, not lawlessness?

Sadly, Kentucky has deviated from law and attempted to rewrite sodomy as “rape.” Why would they do this? One can only guess that there are sodomites and sodomite sympathizers in the Kentucky legislature. But sodomy is clearly defined in Webster’s 1828 Dictionary  as a “crime against nature,” which would have been understood in the context of Romans 1:24-27:

Wherefore God also gave them up to uncleanness through the lusts of their own hearts, to dishonour their own bodies between themselves: Who changed the truth of God into a lie, and worshipped and served the creature more than the Creator, who is blessed for ever. Amen. For this cause God gave them up unto vile affections: for even their women did change the natural use into that which is against nature: And likewise also the men, leaving the natural use of the woman, burned in their lust one toward another; men with men working that which is unseemly, and receiving in themselves that recompence of their error which was meet.

America, do you see why these people are lawless? They are unrepentant and they want to force others to accept and normalize their deviant behavior, just like the Communists designed. Do you see why when you do not deal with the crime of sodomy in the manner that Scripture demands (and as our state laws had formerly upheld, and many still have on the books today) that all you do is encourage their lawlessness and the lawlessness of those around them? After all, sodomy is not a victimless crime. Think long and hard about that because it would not surprise me if these sodomites go from what you see in the video to physical attacks on Ms. Davis.
Read more at http://freedomoutpost.com/2015/09/rowan-county-clerk-kim-davis-refuses-to-issue-sodomites-marriage-licenses-under-gods-authority/#aBJGOUAp5Vv79xA5.99

Goodbye, WWII Vet and “Great Escape” Survivor Paul Royle [1914-2015]

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This is from War History OnLine.  

R.I.P. Flight Lieutenant Paul Royle, Hand Salute.

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WWII veteran and “Great Escape” survivor Paul Royle – one of the only two living “Great Escape” survivors – passed away Friday, August 28. He was 101. His death leaves WWII veteran Dick Churchill the only living “Great Escape” survivor.

According to his son Gordon, the death of the “Great Escape” survivor followed after he underwent a surgery for his fractured hip which he sustained from a fall in his nursing home some three weeks earlier.

Gordon added that the now only living “Great Escape” survivor, Dick Churchill, was “sad but stoic” when he called him personally to inform him about his father’s death.

Knowing “Great Escape” Survivor Paul Royle

Paul Royle was born in Perth, Australia on January 17, 1914. After leaving school at the young age of 14, he went with his father – who was an engineer – to Australia’s remote Outback to survey airfields. Eventually, the “Great Escape” survivor decided to pursue a career in mine surveying and enrolled in the Western Australia School of Mines in 1936.

Later on, the Royal Air Force recruited him and in 1939, Paul Royle relocated to England to undergo training as a pilot officer and became a Flight Lieutenant.

The Paul Royle was flying on one of his mission trips when he was shot down over France on May 17, 1940 and was captured. He actually was one of the first prisoners of the Stalag Luft I camp though in 1942, all of them were transferred to the Stalag Luft III which, according to their German captors, was escape-proof. Paul Royle was also one of the early members of the camp’s escape organization.

Paul Royle [encircled] with fellow POWs during the time he spent in Stalag Luft I.

Paul Royle [encircled] with fellow POWs during the time he spent in Stalag Luft I.


Accordingly, the Paul Royle responsibility during the digging of the three infamous tunnels immortalized by the 1963 Hollywood film was being a “dirt distributor” — he hid the dirt from the tunnels the other prisoners were digging in his trouser legs then surreptitiously distribute them in areas around the camp that vaguely matched its color.

The Paul Royle was the 54th man to leave through tunnel “Harry”. He, then, teamed up with another flight lieutenant – Edgar Humphries – and both planned to walk towards Switzerland. However, after two days hiding by daylight and walking at nightfall in the woods in bitter cold, the two were recaptured. They were handed to the Gestapo who sent Royle back to Stalag Luft III where he spent two weeks in solitary confinement. Unfortunately, his companion, Humphries, was among the 50 men who were executed as per order of the notorious German Fuehrer.

Of the 76 airmen who did the daring escape from Stalag Luft III that night in 1944, only three – one Dutch and two Norwegians – evaded capture successfully and were able to go home.

As for Paul Royle, his two nights spent in the woods after his escape was his only taste of freedom throughout WWII. He was eventually released from captivity on May 2, 1945 after the prison camp he was in – the Marlag und Milag Nord – got liberated by British troops.

After the war, Royle worked in engineering and mining until his retirement in 1980.

The “Great Escape” Survivor and The Great Escape Movie

Though many lauded the 1963 American war film The Great Escape, Paul Royle loathed it.

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Commenting about his dislike for the movie, he said in an interview with the Australian Broadcasting Corp. that it only glamorized the tediousness that was their reality while being POWs in Stalag Luft III. The film was far from the reality steeped with “darkness, cold and terror”.

. . . there were no motorbikes … and the Americans weren’t there.” he even went on.

On the other hand, his son, Gordon, had no idea his father was part of the daring “Great Escape” until he read his name in a book written about it in the mid-1970s.

He said that his father kept silent about his wartime experiences though he did found news clipping related to the well-known breakout along with obituaries of fellow “Great Escape” survivors included in his father’s belongings.

The “Great Escape” survivors had a sort of club formed after WWII ended and with their newsletter, the Sagan Select Subway Societythey kept in touch. The said newsletter also listed the death of each member. In the club’s latest publication, found among Paul Royle’s belongings, Gordon saw that he and Dick Churchill were the only remaining survivors.

Goodbye and our salute, WWII veteran and Great Escape survivor Paul Royle!

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