Wednesday, April 26, 2017

History for April 26

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History for April 26 -
John James Audubon 1785 - Ornithologist, naturalist, painter, Frederick Olmsted 1822 - Journalist, landscape designer, Anita Loos 1893 - Screenwriter, playwright, author

Rudolf Hess 1895 - Adolf Hitler's Deputy in the Nazi Party, Charles Richter 1900 - Seismologist, creator of the Richter magnitude scale used to quantify earthquakes, Carol Burnett 1933 - Actress, comedian
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1514 - Copernicus made his first observations of Saturn.

1607 - The British established an American colony at Cape Henry, Virginia. It was the first permanent English establishment in the Western Hemisphere.

1865 - John Wilkes Booth was killed by the U.S. Federal Cavalry.

1937 - German planes attacked Guernica, Spain, during the Spanish Civil War for the Spanish nationalist government. This raid is considered one of the first to be attacks on a civilian population by a modern air force.

1941 - An organ was played at a baseball stadium for the first time in Chicago, IL.

1954 - Grace Kelly was on the cover of "LIFE" magazine.
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1982 - The British announced that Argentina had surrendered on South Georgia.

1986 - The world’s worst nuclear disaster to date occurred at Chernobyl, in Kiev. Thirty-one people died in the incident and thousands more were exposed to radioactive material.

Tuesday, April 25, 2017

ARROGANT Former ILLEGAL ALIEN Brags About Using Fake SS Number, Says Border Wall Is "Expression Of Hate"…Gets DESTROYED By Tucker [VIDEO] »

ARROGANT Former ILLEGAL ALIEN Brags About Using Fake SS Number, Says Border Wall Is "Expression Of Hate"…Gets DESTROYED By Tucker [VIDEO] »

"Tucker reminds her that using a fake social security number is a felony. Arce quickly explained to Carlson that using a fake social security number is not a felony in every state.  She then went on to explain to Tucker how she had to violate our laws because they were unjust. "

The way we were-----This Is Your Life Laurel And Hardy

We Must Never Forget That Genocide Begins With Groupthink

We Must Never Forget That Genocide Begins With Groupthink:
"This year Armenian Genocide Remembrance Day and Holocaust Remembrance Day coincide on the same day: April 24, 2017.
On April 24, 1915 hundreds of Armenian community leaders and intellectuals were rounded up in Constantinople, arrested, and killed by the Ottoman government then ruling Turkey.
That event marked the beginning of the government-sponsored massacres of 1.5 million Armenians. It is why April 24 has officially marked the day of remembrance of the Armenian genocide for nearly a hundred years.
Image result for history quotesHolocaust Remembrance Day, known in Hebrew as Yom HaShoah, memorializes the 6 million Jews who perished at the hands of the Nazi government during World War II.
...There has always been a strong object lesson in the connection between the Armenian genocide during World War I and the genocide of the Jews during World War II.
It is a lesson inscribed on one of the walls of the U.S. Holocaust Memorial Museum in the form of a statement by Adolph Hitler.
He rationalized mass slaughter and expected people simply to avert their eyes and forget: “Who, after all, today speaks of the annihilation of the Armenians?”
I think Hitler’s point was that merciless slaughter is never a public relations disaster as long as you’re in it for the ruthless consolidation of power.
That’s because people forget.
All the time.
The powerful also often use propaganda tools to promote such lethal forgetfulness.
Humans are very susceptible to groupthink, ignorance, propaganda, agitation, and psychological manipulation that weakens their resolve.
People are also often all too eager to blame their own problems on convenient scapegoats.
These human flaws clarify why “Never forget” is the cry associated with the Holocaust and all crimes against humanity.
This is why everybody must respect the study of history. 
After all, studying history is about remembering. 
It’s about learning from experience, which is why we must emphatically reject any attempt to water down the accurate teaching and study of history..."

Iranians freed in Obama's nuclear deal posed national security threat, says report | Fox News

Iranians freed in Obama's nuclear deal posed national security threat, says report | Fox News: "President Obama’s controversial release last year of seven prisoners with ties to Iran was presented as a good will gesture linked to the larger nuclear deal with the Islamic Republic, but a new report claims some of those released were deemed threats to national security.
Image result for obama iran dealThe agreement which freed the U.S. prisoners was part of a flurry of related deals that unfroze more than $100 billion in Iranian assets and brought home five Americans held by Tehran. 
But Politico, in an exhaustive report, claims there was more to what President Obama presented as a “one-time gesture” of releasing prisoners  described as businessmen convicted of or awaiting trial for mere “sanctions-related offenses, violations of the trade embargo.”
“In reality, some of them were accused by Obama’s own Justice Department of posing threats to national security,” Politico reported.
Three of those released by the U.S. allegedly helped supply Iran with U.S.-made technology used in surface-to-air and cruise missiles, Politico reported. 
Another freed by the Obama administration was an aerospace engineer serving an eight-year term for conspiring to supply Iran with satellite technology. 
As part of the deal, U.S. prosecutors dropped their demand for $10 million he received from Tehran, the publication reported..."

102 Years Later, The World Still Fails To Come To Grips With The Legacy Of The Armenian Genocide | Daily Wire

102 Years Later, The World Still Fails To Come To Grips With The Legacy Of The Armenian Genocide | Daily Wire:

 "So kicked off the Armenian Genocide, the persecution of Christian Armenians by the Muslim Young Turks, who wanted to cleanse the country of the troublesome non-coreligionists in preparation for the new Turkey in the aftermath of the collapse of the Ottoman regime, and supposedly in order to ensure against the possibility of the Armenians siding against the Central Powers in World War I. By the time the genocide was over – and it lasted from 1915 to 1923 – hundreds of thousands of Armenians had been killed, with top-range estimates putting the total number at 1.5 million. Massive atrocities, from forced death marches to placing women and children aboard ships and then deliberately sinking them, were carried out by Turkish government-backed forces. As CNN reports:"

Media Bias: A New Chart | Sharyl Attkisson

Media Bias: A New Chart | Sharyl Attkisson:
"Where’s your favorite information source stand on the political scale?
I’ve updated the following subjective chart based on information compiled from varioussources and your feedback. 
Some sources have shifted left or right, others have been added including: ESPN, McClatchy, the Federalist, Conservative Review, Washington Monthly, Twitchy, Gateway Pundit and Conservative Treehouse..."

The forgotten hero who killed the Armenian genocide’s mastermind | The Fresno Bee

The forgotten hero who killed the Armenian genocide’s mastermind | The Fresno Bee
"...And yet for Armenians around the world, Soghomon Tehlirian’s name inspires pride and awe in equal measure. 
On a March morning in 1921, in broad daylight and on a main street in Berlin, he shot and killed Mehmed Talat Pasha, one of the three rulers of the Ottoman Empire during World War I and the architect of the Armenian genocide. 
That year he would be tried for murder and the German jury would find him innocent. The New York Times would announce the verdict with the headline, “They had to let him go!”
This Sunday marks the 101st anniversary of the start of the Armenian genocide
It was on that night in 1915 that the Armenian intellectuals, professionals, editors and religious leaders in Constantinople were rounded up by the Ottoman authorities, and almost all of them were executed. 
In the years that followed, three out of four Armenians living in the Ottoman Empire were systematically annihilated by their own government: 1.5 million people. 
The majority of Armenians alive today are descendants of those few who survived..."
Read on!

Armenian genocide was 101 years ago, but it's still personal for Boise daughter of a survivor

The Armenian Genocide is often called “the forgotten genocide,” yet 1.5 million Armenians were killed between 1915 and 1923. Jo-Ann Kachigian remembers her mother and father, who witnessed it all — and survived. She thinks of her grandparents, her aunts and uncles and cousins, 46 of them in all — who didn’t. Jo-Ann vows to tell her mother's story and teach others about the genocide, “with the hope that remembering our tragic past will keep us from repeating it.”
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United Nations Elects Saudi Arabia to Women's Rights Commission - Breitbart

 United Nations Elects Saudi Arabia to Women's Rights Commission - Breitbart:

"The United Nations Economic and Social Council voted late last week to place Saudi Arabia on the Commission on the Status of Women for a four-year term beginning in 2018, despite that country’s appalling record on the treatment of women.
Hillel Neuer, director of the Geneva-based UN Watch, expressed his outrage in a statement Friday:"