Archive for January, 2019

Is America Living on Borrowed Time?

January 31, 2019

Here was the headline six months ago: Why is Donald Trump attacking the US intelligence community?

Here is Gene McVay’s answer: Because the community is as worthless as a VA hospital and has failed to stop a single terrorist attack!

The incompetence of these intelligence bureaucracies is mind boggling! They are not even fiddling while Iran is busy fulfilling their role as the Chief State Sponsor of Terrorism!

Years under leaders like lying Clapper and Brennan have rendered the agencies impotent!

It has been reported that nuclear scientists from North Korea and Russia have been working in Iran for years. I have read nothing about Chinese nuclear scientists in Iran but China is Iran’s number one trading partner.

It’s only 4,000 miles between North Korea and Iran. Several business jets have a range of 7,000 miles. Who knows what kind of weapons are being flown into Iran?

Iran must have nukes by now even if they have to use the $140 billion Obama cash to buy them!

Terrorist organizations have been trying to buy nuclear weapons for 20 years!

More than 100 suitcase nukes went missing when the Soviet Union fell.

When John McCain was chairman of the Senate Armed Services Committee he said that his greatest fear was Iran getting nuclear weapons and giving them to terrorists and that was a very real possibility.

Nuclear, biological and chemical weapons can be brought through the same hole in the border fence that drugs and other contraband are smuggled through!

I wrote a blog in 2014 reporting that Iranian books were found discarded along the pathway leading from the Mexican Border,

Terrorists have had decades to move weapons of mass destruction across our borders and coastlines. It WMDs are not already here it’s because terrorists don’t want them!

Can you look up from your butterscotch latte for a second and listen to Gene McVay? A tiny bomb, with a chunk of highly enriched uranium smaller than a bowling ball, could be placed in the middle of any city in the USA and detonated with a blast equivalent to a mile long freight train loaded with dynamite.

Just this week in Nogales, a load of Fentanyl was intercepted that was enough to kill 57 million people. Earlier a stash of Fentanyl was discovered in Nebraska large enough to kill more than 26 million people.

I’m not going to list every threat to National Security we face but maybe you remember that our diplomats in Cuba and China were recalled after being attacked with some kind of sonic weapon that caused brain concussions?

I have not been an Intelligence Analyst since 1965 and have not had a Top Secret clearance for 23 years but my guess is that those sonic weapons possibly used microwaves and were probably tests at the lowest power settings?

President Donald Trump is trying to save America in spite of the deep state intelligence community, 100% of the Democrats and Establishment Republicans, the Fake News media, Hollywood, many of our so called allies and billions of people who want Big and Little Satan to cease to exist.

Can you understand the threats? Which side are you on?


Maybe Syria can become the 51st State?

January 31, 2019

President Barack Obama formally called for President Assad to step down “for the sake of the Syrian people” and issued new sanctions on his regime in August 2011.

President Nicolas Sarkozy of France, Chancellor Angela Merkel of Germany and Prime Minister David Cameron of the United Kingdom joined Obama calling on Assad to resign.

Most of those so-called leaders are gone and cowering under the bed in fear of global warming but Assad is still standing and about 560,000 people have died in that civil war.

About as many people have been killed in Syria as were killed during the American Civil War.

Syrian, Germany, France and the United Kingdom didn’t get involved in our Civil War but somehow the United States gets involved in just about every war except the Peloponnesian War!

We saved Europe and now Europeans hate America and our President!

According to Isaiah 17, Damascus will cease to exist as a city and become a ruinous heap. I have warned Christians to get out of Damascus and I am thrilled that President Trump will get our military out of Syria.

Isn’t it time to worry about America and Americans? Probably more than 20 million uninvited foreigners have invaded America! Many hate America and some are terrorists.

Our deep state government has no idea who is in OUR country, where they are or what diabolical plans they have in store for us

Remember the Alamo?

January 6, 2019

Last month, when Julián Castro filed the paperwork to run for President, he had to add an accent over the a in Julián by hand. The Federal Election Commission hadn’t planned for a candidate with a Mexican name.

The former Mayor of the Alamo City is the only Latino in the Democratic 2020 Presidential field.

San Antonio is the second largest city in Texas and a predominantly Hispanic American microcosm.

One of the most gallant stands of courage and undying self-sacrifice in the pages of history is the defense of the Alamo and the old Mission remains one of the priceless heritages of Texans.

It was the battle-cry of “Remember the Alamo” that later spurred on the forces of Sam Houston at San Jacinto. Anyone who has ever heard of the brave fight of Colonel Travis and his men is sure to “Remember the Alamo.”

Besieged by Mexican General Antonio de Padua María Severino López de Santa Anna, who had reached Bexar on February 23, 1836, Colonel William Barret Travis, with his force of 182, refused to surrender but elected to fight and die, which was almost certain, for what they thought was right.

As the Battle of the Alamo was in progress, a part of the Texas Army had assembled in Gonzales under the command of Mosely Baker in the latter part of February. From this army, a gallant band of 32 courageous men under the command of George C. Kimble left to join the garrison at the Alamo. Making their way through the enemy lines, these 32 men joined the doomed defenders and perished with them.

Kimble’s pregnant wife was washing clothes in a creek with 2-year old Charles nearby when George announced the plans of the Gonzales Ranging Company to answer Travis’ appeal for aid to the surrounded Alamo garrison in San Antonio. His parting words indicated that he felt he probably would not return.

On February 23, 1836, Kimble was mustered into the Gonzales Ranging Company as a Lieutenant and Commander of the unit. After learning that James Fannin was not going to the Alamo as reinforcements, and that there would likely be no other reinforcements, George Kimble and Albert Martin lead a group of 25 men from Gonzales at 2 pm on Saturday, February 27. The party would number 32 upon its arrival at the Alamo. As they approached the Alamo in the early morning hours of March 1, a rider appeared in front of them and asked, in English, if they wished to go into the fort. When they said yes, he turned and told them to follow him. When one of the men became suspicious, the rider bolted away. The volunteers were afraid they had been discovered and galloped towards the Alamo. In the darkness, the Texians thought this was a party of Mexican soldiers and fired. One man was wounded, and his English curses convinced the defenders to open the gates. These Texian reinforcements were later dubbed the Immortal 32. Kimble died at the Alamo on 6 March 1836. His body was burned with those of the other Texas soldiers. Kimble County Texas is named in his honor.

On March 2, 1836, during the siege of the Alamo, Texas independence was declared. Four days later, the document was signed with the blood shed at the Alamo. It was under such conditions that Travis and his men fought off the much larger force under Santa Anna. It was with the love of liberty in his voice and the courage of the faithful and brave that Travis gave his men the none too cheerful choice of the manner in which they wished to die.

Realizing that no help could be expected from the outside and that Santa Anna would soon take the Alamo, Travis addressed his men, told them that they were fated to die for the cause of liberty and the freedom of Texas. Their only choice was in which way they would make the sacrifice. He outlined three procedures to them: first, rush the enemy, killing a few but being slaughtered themselves in the hand-to-hand fight by the overpowering Mexican force; second, to surrender, which would eventually result in their massacre by the Mexicans, or, third, to remain in the Alamo and defend it until the last man, thus giving the Texas army more time to form and likewise taking a greater toll among the Mexicans.

The third choice was the one taken by the men. Their fate was death and they faced it bravely, asking no quarter and giving none. The siege of the Alamo ended on the dawn of March 6, when its gallant defenders were put to the sword. But it was not an idle sacrifice that men like Travis and Davy Crockett and James Bowie made at the Alamo. It was a sacrifice on the altar of liberty.

Brave men and women still exist in America but their numbers are dwindling as are their followers. Too many leaders today would faint if they nicked themselves shaving their legs.

I will leave you with these quotes by Davy Crockett:
“You may all go to Hell, and I will go to Texas.”
“I would rather be beaten, and be a man, than to be elected and be a little puppy dog.”
“Whenever I had anything and saw a fellow being suffering, I was more anxious to relieve him than to benefit myself.”

Is Gene McVay the only being who remembers?