- Asked by the POTUS to speak
- Mexico-City Policy reinstated
- End of tax-payer funded abortion and abortion providers
- Supreme Court Justice who is Pro-Life
The CIA Memorial Wall is now a priority. A must visit.
I always knew I was indebted to the CIA not only as a citizen of these United States, but in particular, having recently found out more about my life with The Company.
It was confirmed for me just now that a new friend of mine of a couple of months ago is CIA. He knows everything about my “case,” offering present day advice.
Another longtime CIA friend confirmed that one guy working for the State Department who has been protecting me since at least the early-mid 1980s is, in fact, today, a Station Chief for the CIA. He said that when I told him what and where his present cover is directly under the POTUS. He knew the story. Trump will fire him forthwith, of course, in a matter of hours as of this writing, but – nothing being as it seems – that firing will actually only free him up to go up higher in the directorship of the CIA. I don’t doubt that he even takes over the job of the guy taking care of my “case” at Main State of the Dept. of State, using that as his cover, three down from the POTUS, but doing what he does best in coordination of the executive branch with the judiciary and the military for on the ground ops. But, that’s not a prediction. I don’t know. Anyway, I need to have a chat with him about a present situation. But I have to wait to see where he ends up in the next few days.
As always, the more I find out about myself, the more I don’t know, the more questions there are that arise. Fine. I can work with that. All these guys are the best of the best, exemplary in their integrity, who have earned profound respect. In getting to know them, I get to know America and, in a round-about-way, myself, being a patriot and all.
Some have died in the line of duty. The debt of honor in paying respect to them is not to say that they are great so much as to strive to follow their example. Nothing Kryptos about that at all. Thanks to you all.
“Armistice Day is commemorated every year on November 11 to mark the armistice signed between the Allies of World War I and Germany at Compiègne, France, for the cessation of hostilities on the Western Front of World War I, which took effect at eleven o’clock in the morning—the “eleventh hour of the eleventh day of the eleventh month” of 1918. The date was declared a national holiday in many allied nations, and coincides with Remembrance Day and Veterans Day, public holidays.”(W)
The above was seen on the back of the jacket of one of my parishioners, a veteran of the USAF. He and his wife took me out to lunch at The Hub in Robbinsville after the Noon Mass at Prince of Peace mission church in Graham County. These are always good times. Meanwhile, the owner of The Hub, another Vet, this time on the Avionics side of the USMC was wearing the T-Shirt you see here, the dress blues with a memorial flag for Vets of the past.
Here in America we’ve been doing a terrible job at taking care of our Vets, particularly those who have been injured in whatever way. It’s as if we’ve been punishing them for somehow insulting these United States for having the integrity and humility and fortitude to serve us all at great cost to themselves.
Do you remember the list of potential, that is, already suspected domestic terrorists came out under the present administration (2016), which included Christians and those who respect life? Do you remember that all Veterans, because of being Veterans, were also included on that list? We have hope that this will change. Can we do it? Yes we can!
Yesterday, November 10, was the birthday of the USMC, to whom I’m partial since my dad flew fighter-attack (Corsairs) from 1943-1953 in Guam, Philippines, Japan, China and Korea as commander of the Checkerboarders. It just happens that the owner of The Hub offered his skills in Avionics for the USMC Checkerboarders at Beaufort, SC, for years. This tapestry of the units hangs in The Hub, with my dad’s unit, VMFA-312, being the second one down on the left:
That big white space could be filled, in my opinion, with a Checkerboard Corsair. After all, MCAS Beaufort is the original home of the Checkerboarders.
That’s my dad with his back to you at the inside corner of the uplifted gull-wing.
Those who are boo-hoo-ing about the election results need to spend some time in the military serving their country. They are Way Too Soft.
Thank you, dear Lord.
Let’s make America great again for love of God and love of neighbor.
We have the opportunity. Let’s use it.
Sometimes an education is timely. Listen right to the very end. A prophet…