Category Archives: Bill Whittle

February 24, 2021

Enlightened Tyrants: Our Post-American Elites Trade Away Our Security to China by Bill Whittle (Video)

Globalism sounds much nicer than post-American elites trading away our national security by paying China to make critical elements of it. China’s military aspirations depend on American capitalists for whom profit matters more than country.

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February 10, 2021

Bill Whittle – THE STATE OF THE UNION (Video)

So how stands the city on the hill? Well, just about as well as you might expect…

November 12, 2020

The Stolen Election, Part One: AMERICAN PRAVDA (Video)

We begin this multi-part series by stepping way back, because the scale of the corruption is so vast and so extensive that your vote might have been stolen years before the election.

June 13, 2020

The Cold War: What We Saw | A Pizza Hut Parade – Episode 13 (Documentary)

Nixon goes to China and in a masterstroke of diplomacy turns a two-power Cold War into three-power triangular diplomacy, giving the United States the leverage for Détente, a chance for a soft landing for the Cold War in the 1970s. But Watergate destroys not only the Nixon administration; it reduces American morale and determination to its lowest point during the entire conflict. The Soviet perception of American weakness leads to their invasion of Afghanistan, and the likelihood of nuclear Armageddon unleashed in a picturesque German town named Fulda.

June 12, 2020

The Cold War: What We Saw | The Liberators – Episode 12 (Documentary)

A change of commanders comes too late to reverse the situation in Southeast Asia as Richard Nixon’s program of ‘Vietnamization’ eases America out of its worst-directed war. But long before the last American serviceman leaves Vietnam, a new generation of liberators rise to the challenge of saving American tactics, weaponry and doctrine from themselves.

June 11, 2020

The Cold War: What We Saw | The Jaws Of Defeat – Episode 11 (Documentary)

Mired not only in the jungles of Southeast Asia but, worse, mired in outdated, rigid doctrine, fossilized tactics, and declining morale, a light can be made out in the middle of America’s darkest night. A swaggering fighter jock, married to a movie star, turns a demoralized, undertrained and under-led group of dispirited American flyers into a snarling Wolfpack that pulls off a supersonic ambush in one of the greatest military operations of all time.

June 10, 2020

The Cold War: What We Saw | Welcome To The Suck – Episode 10 (Documentary)

You stepped out of a big, air-conditioned silver bird, out into the kind of heat, sunlight and humidity that even Americans raised in the Deep South could not believe. You would wander around, wondering where your ground transport was, and what your barracks might be like, and once the immensity of the new reality fully hit, someone with more time in-country might notice your expression and mutter, “Hey man. Welcome to the suck.”

June 9, 2020

The Cold War: What We Saw | Cloaks and Daggers – Episode 9 (Documentary)

With the mechanisms of apocalypse firmly in place, both sides accelerate their efforts to determine the actual capabilities of the other. No detail is too insignificant: attempts are made to recover Soviet test warheads from the bottom of the ocean.

June 2, 2020

The Cold War: What We Saw | Playa Giron – Episode 7 (Documentary)

He had grown up a rich kid, believe it or not: the illegitimate son of a millionaire planter and a servant girl half his age. He was named “Truth,” he was handsome and rugged, a 6’3″ charismatic giant who had arrived back on his native shore with Che Guevara and handful of men on a leaky tub named “Granma.” He faced off against Presidents Eisenhower, Kennedy, Johnson, Nixon, Ford, Carter, Reagan, Bush, Clinton, Bush Jr, Obama and lived to see the election of Donald Trump. His name was Fidel Castro, and he brought communism to the Western Hemisphere.

May 31, 2020

The Cold War: What We Saw | We Like Ike – Episode 6

In the years after World War II, Dwight David Eisenhower was arguably the most popular man on the planet. Ike’s prestige was so immense that in 1948, President Harry S Truman offered him the top slot on the 1948 Democratic ticket, with the offer to revert to his former position as Vice President under Eisenhower. It wasn’t enough.