The year wasjust before the Third Battle of Ypres. Germany, in their bid to crush the British army, introduced yet another vicious and potentially lethal weapon of attack: Although not the effective killing machine that chlorine gas first used in and phosgene invented by French chemistsmustard gas has stayed within the public conscious as the most horrific weapon of the First World War. Once deployed mustard gas lingers for several days, and anyone who came in contact with mustard gas developed blisters and acute vomiting.
I wrote to my MP and got a load of waffle back. I shall be writing back with a few links and will ask if they have any well-meaning missile attacks planned to save the children of Yemen from the murderous activities of our best buddy on the Peninsula.
GreenAlba April 20, at Writing or calling is a total waste of time, for the corrupt are only influenced by an angry individual in their face or better yet, an angry crowd.
Until such resistance is assembled and presented in their faces, resistance will remain futile. Or possibly the Pitchforks.
Reason has left the country, as demonstrated by the inane, bloody ramblings of one Nikki Haley, who, for some reason unknown to me, constantly gets away with upstaging her boss, while others with lesser offenses are fired.
Sticks-of-TNT April 20, at The pressures of rising interest rates are building. Something the Deep State forgot about! The Elite always wins. We enrich them every time we buy something with debt, and we lose.
Log in to Reply Walter B April 20, at 8: The number one, damned near guaranteed way to break the chains of bondage and free those that slave for wages from oppression! Most will not be able to do so or even try, but it is our obligation to remind them that walking into the cage makes you a volunteer pet or slave, the owners shall choose.
It is a shame that Arizona and New Jersey are so far apart John. We could be dangerous if we were to be put together in the same place at the same time.
Be well, God Bless. Log in to Reply Ol' Scratch April 20, at Best in recent memory. For those paying attention, the recent and ongoing Syria fiasco plainly reveals the utter bankruptcy of American foreign policy and military projection capabilities.
Meanwhile, the whole election caper fiasco — meant to be nothing more than a diversionary smoke screen for the existentially real problems we face — is now running out of steam as well, even when judged solely on its tawdry, afternoon muckraking TV merits alone.
JustSaying April 20, at Some of the best lines included: But back to reality now — yes we are truly The Doomed! Log in to Reply Catconspiracy April 20, at Gave me a belly laugh.
OTT blast to read. Have you been tweaking your mitochondria again? Yes we are doomed. Long life and good health Jim. Log in to Reply Dumbedup April 20, at He had not been pre-indoctrinated by the political process, and he refused to agree as to what he could and could not do before he was elected.
He was an interloper they feared they could not control so they attacked him. But as the recent events in Syria shows he CAN be controlled.
He can be coerced, manipulated and sold just like the shyster real estate mogul he likes to tout himself as to Forbes Magazine by impersonating his own staff. Whether you like him or not he is resisting the permanent state and he may actually win that battle with the DOJ and FBI.
But he does not understand history, international events and geo-political policy and he has not shown he can or will think on his own going forward. That is partly controlled by the Russia investigation. He knows he cannot be perceived as friendly or cooperative with Putin and Russia.
I think this will be the tone of his Presidency for the next 2 years. Of course, I am assuming the US will make it over the next 2 years.
Log in to Reply thenuttyneutron April 20, at Dulce et Decorum Est Breakdown Analysis. Bent double, like old beggars under sacks, Knock-kneed, coughing like hags, we cursed through sludge, Till on the haunting flares we turned our backs, And towards our distant rest began to trudge.
Men marched asleep. Many had lost their boots. Free Essay: Analysis of Dulce et Decorum Est by Wilfred Owen In the poem, Dulce et Decorum Est written by Wilfred Owen, the speaker appears to be a soldier. James Howard Kunstler is the author of many books including (non-fiction) The Geography of Nowhere, The City in Mind: Notes on the Urban Condition, Home from Nowhere, The Long Emergency, and Too Much Magic: Wishful Thinking, Technology and the Fate of the Nation.
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Dulce et Decorum Est - Bent double, like old beggars under sacks.