Is SECDEF Austin a Traitor?
Does a bear crap in the woods?
Last Monday, Marine Corps General David H. Berger rebuked Defense Secretary Lloyd Austin’s edict requiring all Armed Forces personnel to submit to Covid-19 vaccinations under threat of court-martial or discharge, said a source in Gen. Berger’s office who overheard a heated conversation between them.
Gen. Berger telephoned the defense secretary minutes after he said in a press conference that the Covid-19 vaccination is needed to maintain military readiness and that he would enforce the mandatary vaccination policy regardless of FDA approval status.
“There will be no mandatory vaccinations for my Marines,” Gen. Berger said.
In a transcript of the recorded call, Gen. Berger lambasted Austin and branded him a traitor.
“Under no circumstances will Marines be compelled to take a potentially hazardous vaccination that the FDA won’t even fully endorse,” Gen. Berger told Austin. “You are a coward and a traitor, manipulated by people pushing bad policy on the men and women who provide security to our nation. Neither you nor your puppet president has authority to enforce such a policy.”
Austin argued that mandatory vaccinations have always been a requirement for soldiers enlisting into the Armed Forces, and they, as property of the U.S. government, have no right to decide whether to take the Covid-19 jab. The federal government and President Biden would decide for them, Austin said.
In 1756, Elizabeth Marsh was captured by Barbary pirates and published her experiences in her book, “The Female Captive: A Narrative of Fact Which Happened in Barbary in the Year 1756, Written by Herself”. The book recounted the story of her experiences as a captive in a precarious and dangerous situation and reflected on the threat of sexual violence and her bid to survive by whatever means possible.
Elizabeth Marsh’s story begins in Jamaica, where her father was working as a carpenter for the Royal Navy. Her parents then returned to Portsmouth, England, where Elizabeth was born in 1735.
Initially spending her youth in Portsmouth with her younger siblings, the influence of her uncle would be most important as he provided for the education of his niece and nephews. Her uncle, who held a good position in the Navy Office, would also go on to secure his brother a desirable position in Menorca.
Now happily stationed on the island, the imminent outbreak of conflict between Britain and France forced the family to be moved to a garrison in Gibraltar for their own safety.
Not long afterward, Elizabeth embarked on a solo voyage back to England to reunite with her fiancé, whom she had met in Gibraltar. However, her ship soon found itself in dangerous territory.
As the ship was to receive protection from the naval warship Gosport, the journey was not expected to be hazardous, however not long after its departure from Gibraltar, the warship deserted the vessel leaving the ship vulnerable to attack.
On 8th August 1756, the vessel found itself in difficulty.
Elizabeth documents this doomed voyage, describing vividly the moment the Moroccan pirates came into sight:
“it was thought more prudent to wait for them than, by trying to escape, run a risk of being put to death if they should attack us, for they were well-armed and very numerous.”
The Moroccan corsair had a crew of around 150 men and 20 guns.
Seized by pirates, the ship was then taken to the Moroccan city of Salé, located in the northwest of the country….
He said that she was fat…
“Clean up at table eight.”
MikeW, I suspect that this may remind you of your dragon lady girlfriend from back when.
In Los Angeles, there were the South Side Scissors, a Vietnamese girl gang. Most of them were both young, attractive, and remorseless. I saw one of my guys chatting one up. She was working at a coffee shop in Little Saigon. I cut into the conversation as he was getting her phone number. I said, “get it from her parole officer.” She had just been let out after doing a minimal sentence for murder.
Meme of the Day
WASHINGTON, D.C.—Many Americans are frightened of the Biden administration’s talk about a new lockdown, as they’re still reeling from the economic effects of the previous lockdowns, but President Biden is assuring people that this one will be quite temporary.
“This lockdown will only last one month or until the total collapse of our country,” Biden told the press, “whichever is sooner.”
According to Biden, this new lockdown could last up to thirty days but most likely would end even sooner than that when, due to further economic and political pressures, the federal government completely collapses and the country is taken over by QAnon warlords. In that situation, the lockdown would also not be enforced and would be officially over.
“For this lockdown, I’m just asking you to hold out a little longer,” Biden said, “just until I’ve completely lost all my power and anarchists storm the White House and imprison me in the White House kitchen walk-in refrigerator. Or for one month. But no longer than that.”
Red Mist – not yet on the best-seller list…
Scientists are baffled by it, Government agencies are trying to control it, and soldiers are sent insane by it. But the rain keeps falling, the fire keeps burning, and the red mist calls for its own.
An unlikely duo of an American fixer and a British psychologist are forced together on a journey to find answers which will leave government agencies and scientists in awe as the physical laws of space, time, matter, and ancestral energy are revealed by Loki’s Fire.
Re-enactor Porn for Beans
Handgun Porn for LSP
Better to have LSP shoot it than me…