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June 6 - The Day of Days

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Where were you when Anttefuss and BLM ATTTACKED and burned over 150 federal buildings in multiple c

Where were you when Anttefuss and BLM ATTTACKED and burned over 150 federal buildings in multiple cities?
NewFrogFan: That's just a dumb argument, trying misdirection. One's actions do not excuse the other.

On topic, my father was too young to serve in WWII, he eventually served in Panama. His older brother was also too young, but managed to enlist i the Merchant Marines at 16. He eventually became a "real" Marine and served about 30 years. We used to call him "The Colonel", but he was actually a gunnery sergeant.
 
people died. the Capitol was trashed, and it could have been worse. how was it not an insurrection? Gutless Trump assumed no responsibility. Hope they put his sorry arse in jail.
Hate that this remeberence of the day degenerated into this but i cant stand the lies being thrown out here. Yes 2 people died .....at the hands of the captital police. One shot in cold blood.
So Trump should be jailed for what? Because you dont like him? Who authorized national guard troops to supplement security? Who turned down the offer? Why was the security posture so lax? Agree people should go to jail
 

tyler durden

Tyler Durden
Hate that this remeberence of the day degenerated into this but i cant stand the lies being thrown out here. Yes 2 people died .....at the hands of the captital police. One shot in cold blood.
So Trump should be jailed for what? Because you dont like him? Who authorized national guard troops to supplement security? Who turned down the offer? Why was the security posture so lax? Agree people should go to jail
Cold blood? If you go to a riot and are leading a pack of rioters trying to smash their way into the Capitol Building of the United States of America during an active session of Congress when the Vice President is in attendance (so you've got the #2 and #3 in the line of succession in the same room), uh yeah you might get shot. Sorry, not sorry.
 

westoverhillbilly

Active Member
Was he hung? No. Were any Congresscritters hung?
Thank goodness, the Proudboys and the Oathkeepers are very incompetent and Capital police and security made some fortunate moves to shield Pence and our other elected officials from these ignorant buffoons. I write this as a lifelong Republican who has never, ever voted for a Democrat. Trump's a sick megalomaniac- I now hate the guy.
 

HornyWartyToad

Active Member
Thank goodness, the Proudboys and the Oathkeepers are very incompetent and Capital police and security made some fortunate moves to shield Pence and our other elected officials from these ignorant buffoons. I write this as a lifelong Republican who has never, ever voted for a Democrat. Trump's a sick megalomaniac- I now hate the guy.
Thank you for pointing out the naked emperor. It's still to this day stunning to me how many otherwise intelligent and rational folks continue to be taken in by him. I'm sad for what used to be the party of conservatives, now turned into a cabal where the sickest of human instincts hold sway.

We are living out the prescient speech Michael Douglas gave at the end of "The American President":

"We have serious problems to solve, and we need serious people to solve them. And whatever your particular problem is, I promise you (Donald Trump) is not the least bit interested in solving it. He is interested in two things, and two things only: making you afraid of it, and telling you who's to blame for it. That, ladies and gentlemen, is how you win elections. You gather a group of middle age, middle class, middle income voters who remember with longing an easier time, and you talk to them about family, and American values and character, and you wave an old photo of the (Mexicans) and you scream about patriotism. You tell them (Mexicans are) to blame for their lot in life. And you go on television and you call (them Drug Dealers, Murderers, Rapists)."

I hope like hell we can turn the page on the current garbage and get back to a national debate on policies, instead of a constant battle to see who can [ Finebaum ] on each other the hardest.
 
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westoverhillbilly

Active Member
My father was one of 10 B29 crewmen who was shot down over Japan and parachuted into a rice paddy- 8 of the 10 died- only Dad and the pilot survived. He spent 5+ months as a POW in a horse stall in Tokyo with 10 prisoners to a stall. His butt was shot up and the Japs (some American citizens) tortured him repeatedly. He didn't talk about it for many decades other than an occasional reference to someone or something unrelated to the suffering. I remember hearing his violent nightmares and he would blurt Japanese words at me or our dog when he was upset when I was a kid.

Late in Dad's life, Donald Trump stated that he didn't like POWs by stating "I like people who weren't captured." Dad became visibly upset and said he'd like to "kick the living sheet out of that freaking [ "illegitimate Baylor boy" ]."
 
Cold blood? If you go to a riot and are leading a pack of rioters trying to smash their way into the Capitol Building of the United States of America during an active session of Congress when the Vice President is in attendance (so you've got the #2 and #3 in the line of succession in the same room), uh yeah you might get shot. Sorry, not sorry.
Was she armed? Was she an immediate threat? Was there a less lethal option? What events precipitated her being in the building? Were #2 and #3 even in the building at that point? If so why? There is now supposedly tape of ashley babbit trying to stop people from breaching the capital. Who broke the window in the door? I don.t know why she crawled up in that window, but probably not a smart.move. She was calmly standing next to capital police on the otherside of that door until they mysteriously departed a few seconds before the incident . Was there a stop order given or did Lt Byrd just point and shoot? Why was he not charged or at least thouroughly investigated? He has a history of poor weapon discipline.
Nobody has all the facts --and we never will under this regime. Im not a cop. Nor did i stay at a holiday inn last night, but IMO that was not a good shooting. If she were black and he were white you would be rioting in the streets...again.

Get some fact somewhere besides CNN or MSNBC
 

HornyWartyToad

Active Member
My father was one of 10 B29 crewmen who was shot down over Japan and parachuted into a rice paddy- 8 of the 10 died- only Dad and the pilot survived. He spent 5+ months as a POW in a horse stall in Tokyo with 10 prisoners to a stall. His butt was shot up and the Japs (some American citizens) tortured him repeatedly. He didn't talk about it for many decades other than an occasional reference to someone or something unrelated to the suffering. I remember hearing his violent nightmares and he would blurt Japanese words at me or our dog when he was upset when I was a kid.

Late in Dad's life, Donald Trump stated that he didn't like POWs by stating "I like people who weren't captured." Dad became visibly upset and said he'd like to "kick the living sheet out of that freaking [ "illegitimate Baylor boy" ]."
Dude has spent virtually his entire adult life in public telling people exactly who/what he is. . . IDK why people try so hard to not believe him.

P.S. thank goodness for your dad and so many others like him, who knew what it meant to be committed to a cause bigger than themselves, glad he was able to make it home.
 

Deep Purple

Full Member
On June 6, 1944, my Dad was at sea on the other side of the world gearing up for the invasions of Saipan and Guam. He had signed with the Marine Corp in July 1942 at age 17, but then switched to the Navy, thinking he would see more of the world. He didn't. The Navy made him a Hospital Corpsman and he was assigned to the Marines as a combat medic. Aboard ship, he wore the denim-and-chambray naval work dress. Ashore, he wore the blue or white Navy Class A uniform (the "crackerjack" suit). During amphibious assault and ground combat duty, he wore Marine dungarees and helmet with Navy rate and rating insignia.

Beyond the fighting on Saipan and Guam lay further combat at Samar and Luzon in the Philippines, Iwo Jima, and three Japanese aerial attacks at sea. In the Philippines, they first encountered kamikazes. One dove for Dad's ship (USS Cape Johnson), but rolled over when the pilot was killed and crashed into a sister ship in the next column (USS DuPage). It killed 35, wounded 157, and blew 5 sailors into the sea, who were later recovered alive by an escort destroyer. The DuPage crew fought shipboard fires all night, extinguishing them by dawn and making their way to port on Luzon.

Afterword, the DuPage crew always claimed they had taken a hit intended for the Cape Johnson. Sailors from the two ships could never meet in a Honolulu or San Francisco bar without a fistfight erupting. And none of this had anything to do with Biden or Trump.
 
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tyler durden

Tyler Durden
Was she armed? Was she an immediate threat? Was there a less lethal option? What events precipitated her being in the building? Were #2 and #3 even in the building at that point? If so why? There is now supposedly tape of ashley babbit trying to stop people from breaching the capital. Who broke the window in the door? I don.t know why she crawled up in that window, but probably not a smart.move. She was calmly standing next to capital police on the otherside of that door until they mysteriously departed a few seconds before the incident . Was there a stop order given or did Lt Byrd just point and shoot? Why was he not charged or at least thouroughly investigated? He has a history of poor weapon discipline.
Nobody has all the facts --and we never will under this regime. Im not a cop. Nor did i stay at a holiday inn last night, but IMO that was not a good shooting. If she were black and he were white you would be rioting in the streets...again.

Get some fact somewhere besides CNN or MSNBC
You breach a federal facility during a riot, you cannot be surprised to face a range of ramifications, including getting shot. Frankly it’s shocking law enforcement didn’t shoot a whole bunch of them. My perspective isn’t based on watching television. I’m just saying, having grown up on military bases, I have witnessed perimeter security being taken seriously. And I’ve got to believe security while Congress is in session is taken seriously as well. You want to tour the Capitol, you make an advanced registration online. You want to climb in through a broken window during a riot, well may God be with you.
 

Hoosierfrog

Tier 1
Are there other Hitler's? Siblings? Cousins? And how long did it take them to change their names?

Infant Adolf, son of Alois and Klara
Adolf was a sickly child, and his mother fretted over him. Alois, who was 51 years old when Adolf was born, had little interest in child rearing and left it to his wife. When not at work he was typically either in a tavern or busy with his hobby, beekeeping.

Also in 1892, Alois was transferred from Braunau to Passau. He was 55, Klara 32, Alois Jr. 10, Angela 9, and Adolf 3 years old. In 1894, Alois Hitler was reassigned to Linz. Klara gave birth to their fifth child, Edmund, on 24 March 1894, and it was decided that she and the children would stay in Passau for the time being.

In February 1895, Alois Hitler purchased a house on a 3.6-hectare (8.9-acre) plot in Hafeld near Lambach, approximately 50 kilometres (30 mi) southwest of Linz. The farm was called the Rauscher Gut. He relocated his family to the farm and retired on 25 June 1895 at the age of 58 after 40 years in the customs service. He found farming difficult; he lost money, and the value of the property decreased. On 21 January 1896, his daughter Paula was born. Alois was often home with his family. He had five children ranging in age from infancy to 14; Bradley Smith suggests he yelled at the children frequently and made long visits to the local tavern.[17] Robert G. L. Waite noted, "Even one of his closest friends admitted that Alois was 'awfully rough' with his wife Klara and hardly ever spoke a word to her at home. If Hitler was in a bad mood, he picked on the older children or Klara herself, in front of the rest."

After Alois and Alois Jr had a violent argument, Alois Jr left home at 14, and the elder Alois swore he would never give the boy any inheritance more than what the law required. Apparently Alois Jr's relations with his stepmother Klara were also difficult. After working as an apprentice waiter in the Shelbourne Hotel in Dublin, Ireland, Alois Jr was arrested for theft and served a five-month sentence in 1900, followed by a nine-month sentence in 1902.

Edmund, the youngest Hitler boy, died of measles on 2 February 1900. Alois wanted his son Adolf to seek a career with the civil service. According to various interpretations, Adolf disliked the thought of a career spent enforcing petty rules, and was perhaps so alienated from his father that he was repulsed by whatever Alois wanted. Alois tried to intimidate his son into obedience, but Adolf refused.

Alois Hitler died in 1903, leaving Klara a government pension. She sold the house in Leonding and relocated with young Adolf and Paula to an apartment in Linz, where they lived frugally. By 1907, Klara had become very ill due to breast cancer. Despite continued medical treatment by her doctor, Eduard Bloch, Klara's condition did not improve, and in October Bloch told Adolf her condition was hopeless. Adolf wept when told that his mother "had little chance of surviving".[24] Klara died at home in Linz on 21 December 1907. Adolf and Paula were left with some financial assistance from their mother's pension and her modest estate of about 2,000 Kronen, after the medical and funeral costs were paid.[25] Klara was buried in Leonding. Hitler had a good relationship with his mother during her lifetime. He was distraught by her death and possibly grieved for the rest of his life. Speaking of Hitler, Bloch later recalled that after Klara's death he had never seen "anyone so prostrate with grief". Hitler wrote years later that his mother's death was a "dreadful blow".[25]

On 14 September 1903[26][27] Angela Hitler, Adolf's half-sister, married Leo Raubal (11 June 1879 – 10 August 1910), a junior tax inspector, and on 12 October 1906 she gave birth to a son, Leo. On 4 June 1908 Angela gave birth to a daughter Geli and in 1910 to a second daughter, Elfriede (Elfriede Maria Hochegger, 10 January 1910 – 24 September 1993)

In 1909, Alois Hitler Jr. met an Irish woman by the name of Bridget Dowling at the Dublin Horse Show. They eloped to London and married on 3 June 1910. William Dowling, Bridget's father, threatened to have Alois arrested for kidnapping, but Bridget dissuaded him. The couple settled in Liverpool, where their son William Patrick Hitler was born in 1911. The family lived in a flat at 102 Upper Stanhope Street. The house was destroyed in the last German air-raid on Liverpool on 10 January 1942. Nothing remains of the house or those that surrounded it, and the area was eventually cleared and grassed over. In her memoirs, Bridget Dowling claims that Adolf Hitler lived with them in Liverpool from 1912 to 1913 while he was on the run to avoid being conscripted in his native Austria-Hungary, but historians dismiss this story as a fiction invented to make the book more appealing to publishers.[28] Alois attempted to make money by managing a small restaurant in Dale Street, a boarding house on Parliament Street and a hotel on Mount Pleasant, all of which failed. Alois Jr. left his family in May 1914 and he returned alone to the German Empire to establish himself in the safety razor business.

Paula had relocated to Vienna, where she worked as a secretary. She did not communicate with Adolf Hitler during the period comprising his difficult years as a painter in Vienna and later Munich, military service during the First World War and early political activities back in Munich. She was delighted to meet him again in Vienna during the early 1920s, though she later claimed to have been privately distraught at his subsequent increasing fame.


 
You breach a federal facility during a riot, you cannot be surprised to face a range of ramifications, including getting shot. Frankly it’s shocking law enforcement didn’t shoot a whole bunch of them. My perspective isn’t based on watching television. I’m just saying, having grown up on military bases, I have witnessed perimeter security being taken seriously. And I’ve got to believe security while Congress is in session is taken seriously as well. You want to tour the Capitol, you make an advanced registration online. You want to climb in through a broken window during a riot, well may God be with you.
Yes and on military bases they dont generally swing the gates open and wave crowds in. They have an established perimiter which is rigorously defended In depth so that you dont end up with rando mobs wandering the halls of wing hq.
Contrast that with we saw on jan 6. lack of personell on duty. Turning down reinforcemts, Break down of command and control, dififferent postures in different parts of complex, potential instigators agitators of unknown origin, , gates/ barricades opened by the police, doors not locked, cops escorting protestors through the building, etc... etc.. etc... and you end up in a lose lose situation Where ashley babbit and roseann boyland lost their lifes. Thats what we should be investigating. Those that engaged in violence and destruction should be prosecuted to the fullest extent. Those that were there excercising their god given 1st amendment rights and wandered in because a cop waved them in not at all.
 
You think Mr Hitler had anything to do with creating that [ "illegitimate Baylor boy" ]?
Colin Jost Snl GIF by Saturday Night Live
 

tyler durden

Tyler Durden
Sure man, first amendment. Wave a confederate flag if you want. Join in a chant to hang the Vice President if that’s you’re thing. I’m just saying if you’re in a riot and you get between people with hockey sticks and pepper spray attacking police officers, you can’t blame Nancy Pelosi, George Soros, and the deep state for getting trampled to death by your fellow rioters or getting shot. If you are part of a violent mob, you might experience violence. You act like the they were walking behind a Rose Bowl parade blowing kisses to the smiling crowds when a cop jumps in and murders them. Both were right in the middle of extremely dangerous conditions and both would have clearly understood that they were not involved in some kind of peaceful expression of their first amendment rights. Words to live by: don’t participate in violence against police officers. At best, it will end poorly.
 

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