Friday, January 19, 2018

A Government Shutdown Solves Lots of Problems for the Democrats

by Al Benson Jr.
Member, Board of Directors, Confederate Society of America

Well, looks like we may have another government shutdown, compliments of the socialist members of Congress who are still cheeky enough to refer to themselves as Democrats.  But then, I guess you can still fool some of the people some of the time, though it is getting a bit more difficult.

Seems to me I recall that "honest" Chucky Schumer moaned back in 2013 what a tragedy a government shutdown would be. But now he seems to be okay with it. All depends on whose ox is being gored doesn't it?

The reason for this potential shutdown seems to be the DACA program for letting lots of younger illegals stay in this country. The Republicans claim to want to get rid of some of them while the Demoncrats want to keep them all and import even more. After all, importing lots of folks that won't assimilate is a great culture changer and that's what this is really all about.

But I submit that, right now, the Demoncrats have an even bigger concern than the DACA program. They are concerned about the ongoing revelations starting to be brought out about the Uranium One sale to Russia and the Clinton Foundation and their ongoing (and probably illegal) efforts to undue the results of the 2016 election.

On January 19th an article by Kyle Becker appeared on the headline for which was 'Worse Than Watergate': Republicans uncover FISA memo they say changes everything on Trump investigation.

Becker writes: "If a FISA document uncovered by House investigators  proves to be as bad as all appearances, the prior administration will stand accused of abusing federal law enforcement and intelligence assets in order to sabotage Donald Trump's presidential campaign." According to Rep. Ron DeSantis: "The facts contained in this memo are jaw-dropping and demand full transparency There is no higher priority than the release of this information to preserve our democracy." Outside of this supposedly being a republic instead of a democracy, I would agree with DeSantis. Other congressmen have said the same thing. Rep. Jim Jordan says "It is so alarming the American people have to see this," And Rep. Matt Gaetz states" "I think this will not end just with firings. I believe there are people who will go to jail." After all the crap the Klintons and their cronies have pulled on America over the decades, let us fervently pray that will be the case. But I still won't believe it until I see it.

Right now, however, it would seem that this is one situation the Demoncrats would like to see go away. They are in deep do-do up to their necks and they'd rather the public not be aware of all this for any prolonged period of time. Might hurt their chances to steal the 2018 mid-term elections. So a government shutdown right now would do them a world of good--and if it lasted long enough they could work to distract the voting public with more of Trump's "Russian collusion-delusion." After all, they tried to steal the 2016 election, which is what some of this is all about, so why wouldn't they continue this year in their usual habits? Problem is, you have some Republicans that are more than willing to help them (collude with them) in such an effort. The Deep State in both parties, and beyond, wants to put Trump down. He won't play the game by their Establishment rules (helping to keep America and its people last) so he's got to go.

So in light of whatever new revelations the honest Republicans in Congress want to put out there for the public, it would be much better for the devious Demoncrats right now to have a government shutdown to give folks a chance to forget about what absolute scumbags they have been.

If you want to keep up on this situation go to Fox News and because these are two places you will get the truth about this situation. Forget about the mainstream media. They have lied about so much to so many for so long that they would not recognize the truth if they met it in their soup at supper!

Wednesday, January 17, 2018

How "History" Professors View the "Civil War"

by Al Benson Jr.

Member, Board of Directors, Confederate Society of America

Many who will read this are already aware of how our current crop of "historians"--so called, view the War of Northern Aggression. However, some who read it may not be all that aware, and so this is written for those unaware ones who still labor under the naive delusion that the War was fought over slavery and that communism did not rear its ugly head in America until at least the 1930s. Well, it did rear its ugly head in the 30s, but it was the 1830s, not the 1930s. By the 1930s communism was already well established here. It's just that no one bothered to inform the American public.

I spend considerable time on the internet scrounging around for information in those areas that concern me and one of those areas is the record of communist and socialist infiltration in this country, both in the  19th and 20 centuries.

I recently ran across an article by Andrew Zimmerman, a professor of history at George Washington University. The article was written back in July of 2013 and, at that time, Professor Zimmerman was working on an international history of the American War of Northern Aggression. Of course he didn't call it that.

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The above link probably will not work for you so you will have to type it in to get it. I am having problems with my email server and so cannot connect with everyone on my email lists. Of late I have been going to the local library and using their computers but we had a little over an inch of snow here in North Louisiana yesterday morning and that was enough to shut everything down--schools, banks, the library, the whole nine yards--and the library is still not open today so I can't get in to send this to my list from my Revised History blog. There are a handful of folks following this blog that also follow my Revised History blog and I am asking them  to please forward this or the link to my Revised History blog along to folks on their email lists so I can get it out there because, at this point, I do not know when my email server problems will be straightened out--or for that matter, when the local library will reopen. I hope it will be sometime in this decade but I have no guarantees. So if folks on this list who can will pass the link to my Revised History blog along to others I will be very grateful. Many thanks in advance.
Al Benson Jr.