What's Old is New Again

Barrage Balloons ready to rip the wings off low flying fighters and bombers…

An invasion force seeking to kill, destroy and conquer…

Evil intent seeking to work its will upon any and all…

You might remember the balloons from D-Day invasion pictures. They were restrained from flying aloft by steel cables. Any plane seeking to dive onto targets might lose a wing to the Ginsu cable as it roars past. It was a tactic used for a few decades in

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ISIS Terrorist Recruiting in Houston

Here an interesting video from 08/14/2014, just two weeks ago. It is a live recording of Houston News92 FM. “Ask the Chief”.

Chief McClellan says they are continuing to investigate this.

Take it for whatever it it’s worth to you. The reports of radical Muslim “training camps” in the US are plentiful. I’ve seen a few videos of them that could be taken either way. Do we have infiltrators in the US? I’m sure we do. Do we have

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Hello to the CCCP (USSR to you non-Cold War types…)

I’ve been spreading my opinion for a while, now, that our friend Putin is 100% KGB CCCP, and is nothing like the “New Russian” that the leftist media would have us believe. He was raised in the Soviet Union, trained by the KGB and is not bashful about reminiscing about the old days. He was a Cold War KGB thug then, and still has a love of the old USSR.

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North Korea the Puppet, China the Puppetmaster?

For two generations of Sungs and Ils, the North Korean dictators’ club has been alternately propped-up, and reigned in by their much larger relation, China. Support for the little pit of communist decline has come from very few friends. To assume that decades of tradition between the two countries has somehow changed would be to assume that Kim Jung Un is smarter, more politically adept and experienced than his predecessors.

The North is shouting its biggest threats yet, and seems

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Coffee Prices on the Up-tick?

I was sent this by a friend that thought it was worth at least considering. How are coffee prices in your neck-o-the-woods?

“Might be a good idea to stock up on Coffee from this year’s crop, it will be even more expensive soon.

The Real Figures on Rust Blight and Coffee

Although it is clear that Central American coffee farmers are suffering from a serious crisis because of the spread of the rust blight,. It is clear that in the

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Winchester Ammunition Recall

Consider this a safety issue of major import. Exploding chambers due to overcharged ammunition are a serious concern, with no warning possible. Read this and check your inventories if you stock Winchester.

February 11, 2013

Winchester Product Warning and Recall Notice

Winchester 5.56mm M855 62-Grain Pene

Olin Corporation, through its Winchester Division, is recalling one (1) lot of its 5.56mm M855 62 Grain PENE centerfire rifle ammunition.

Symbol Number: ZGQ3308

Lot Number: WCC10M106-004

Through extensive evaluation Winchester has determined

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Swiss Army Ready for Euro Collapse

From Businessweek, January 31, 2013.

As snipers fanned out over the rooftops of the Alpine resort and the Swiss Armed Forces rolled miles of barbed wire through the town, officers had more than the security of Mario Draghi and Lloyd Blankfein in mind. They were also preparing for European chaos should the euro ever collapse.

At their annual exercise in September, the Swiss army drilled for an imagined conflict between two neighboring states (the landlocked nation borders Austria, France, Germany,

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Proposed WA State Gun Ban

Democrats in Washington State have introduced SB 5737, which seeks to severely restrict ownership of military pattern rifles and more. It also seeks to destroy or permanently disable every so-called “assault weapon” by forcing them to be rendered inoperable upon inheritance. ARTICLE at Examiner.

The bill, S.B. 5737, proposes “banning the sale of assault weapons.” According to the legislation, an “assault weapon” is any semiautomatic pistol, pump-action rifle or shotgun that can accept a detachable magazine, with the capacity to

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4" Spy Drone

From news.sky.com

“They are the first to use the state-of-the-art handheld tiny surveillance helicopters, which relay reliable full motion video and still images back to the devices’ handlers in the battlefield.

The Black Hornet Nano Unmanned Air Vehicle is the size of a child’s toy, measuring just 10cm (4 ins) by 2.5cm (1 inch), and is equipped with a tiny camera.”

From SkyNews comes an article describing the deployment of a small camera equipped drone with live video capability.

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