Posted onMay 10, 2021byifnm|Comments Off on ‘Civil war is brewing in France and you know it’: French military launches another salvo at Macron with new open letter
A group of active French military personnel has published a new open letter to the country’s president Emmanuel Macron, warning him of a “civil war” brewing in the country after all the “concessions” he’s made to Islamism.
A group of active French military personnel has published a new
open letter to the country’s president Emmanuel Macron, warning him of a
“civil war” brewing in the country after all the “concessions” he’s
made to Islamism.
published in the conservative Valeurs Actuelles magazine late on
Sunday, strikes a similar tone to the message published by the same
outlet last month. Unlike the previous one, which was signed by 25
retired generals and active-duty soldiers, the new letter is anonymous
and is open for signing by the general public. As of noon on Monday, it
had attracted over 100,000 signatures.
The authors of the letter have described themselves as active-duty French soldiers, belonging to the younger generation of the military that saw actual combat over the past years.
The poll found 71% of President Trump’s supporters believe civil war is likely. Only 8% said it was not.
Among Biden supporters, 29% were unsure, and among Trump backers, 20% weren’t certain.
“The controversy over the disputed election outcome is crystallizing the view that a new Civil War is coming. Trump supporters view the election not as the end point, now, but as a phase line in a war that has already begun,” Anne Sorock Segal of the Frontier Center told Bedard.
Victor Davis Hanson is an American classicist, military historian, columnist, and farmer. He has been a commentator on modern and ancient warfare and contemporary politics for National Review, The Washington Times, and other media outlets.
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Posted onAugust 22, 2020byifnm|Comments Off on Regardless of who is elected, it’ll be civil war
Exclusive: Erik Rush predicts, ‘Lines between enemy combatants will be blurred’
With one exception, the wars in which the United States has engaged
since its inception involved our nation against one or more external
adversaries. That exception, the American Civil War (1861-1865), still
elicits an emotional response among our citizens due to the inherent
tragedy connected to a nation at war with itself – the whole “brother
against brother” dynamic that is recalled whenever discussions of this
One less common aspect of our Civil War (as compared to other nations
that have endured civil wars) is that America was geographically
divided at the time by the Mason-Dixon line, which divided the Union and
Confederate states. This more resembled traditional military conflicts
with external adversaries, and has colored many Americans’ idea of what a
civil war is like. Unlike our Civil War, civil wars in most nations
generally involve disparate or dissident factions fighting against each
other and/or whatever regime is holding power.
I’m not going to say that what we’ve been experiencing over the last three months have been the first salvos of a civil war, but it sure looks like it. While hard-line socialists in the Democratic Party are working within the political infrastructure and behaving as though they are conducting the business of governance according to the rule of law and constitutionally established procedures, they are in fact in the process of fomenting civil war – or at least, they have made it apparent that they are willing to go that far if they are not able to gain ascendency via political means.
Posted onMarch 2, 2020byifnm|Comments Off on South Sudan Is Collapsing Thanks to Corruption Over Oil (Video)
Six years after winning its independence, South Sudan is already on the brink of collapse. Despite its vast oil reserves and more than $10 Billion in aid from the United States, the country has been driven into famine and a devastating ethnic war.
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Posted onJanuary 25, 2018byifnm|Comments Off on Christopher Hitchens and Pat Buchanan on Bill Clinton and the Bosnian Civil War (1993) – Video
The Bosnian War was an international armed conflict that took place in Bosnia and Herzegovina between 6 April 1992 and 14 December 1995. The war involved several factions. The main belligerents were the forces of the Republic of Bosnia and Herzegovina and those of the self-proclaimed Bosnian Serb and Bosnian Croat entities within Bosnia and Herzegovina, Republika Srpska and Herzeg-Bosnia, who were led and supplied by Serbia and Croatia respectively.
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Posted onSeptember 5, 2017byifnm|Comments Off on Joe Rogan: Big Data’s Censorship Increases Risk Of Civil War (Video)
Jordan Peterson and Bret Weinstein Agree
Political censorship from technology companies such as Google, Facebook, Twitter and other internet-based technology companies increases the likelihood of political polarization and politically-motivated criminal violence, said professors Bret Weinstein and Jordan Peterson during a Friday-published appearance on Joe Rogan’s eponymous show.
Rogan offered his iteration of the phrase “sunlight is the best disinfectant” in defense of free speech, expression, and debate. Censorship — formal and informal — prohibits open dismantling of immoral and destructive ideas:
The importance of having uncensored discussions [is that] when you have forbidden discussions, you energize those topics, and the topics grow in the absence of discussion; in the absence of being picked apart and analyzing for what their core components are.
“Open communication and debate [and] analyzing all the components of [an] issue completely objectively” is the best solution to combating immoral and destructive ideas, said Rogan.
The left has been at war against America for decades. The right represents those of us who favor individual freedom and capitalism — and the left are those who want government controls and socialism.
Political violence became an essential and successful means of leftist warfare in the 60’s, the decade of destruction. The success of the violent “student rebellion” in 1964 and the so-called Free Speech Movement has set the table for the left’s warmongering and treason. It was clear from the outset that the “student revolution” violently ushered in at Berkeley in the mid-sixties would come to this. The left is evil, and they mean to destroy our way of life, our freedom and us. It took decades to norm their anti-Americanism, their hatred of freedom and individual rights, but they have reached their tipping point. And the long beaten and battered among us have had it.
Ayn Rand explained why the left is seeking nothing less than the breakdown of American society:
The attempt to solve social problems by means of physical force is what a civilized society is established to prevent. The advocates of mass civil disobedience admit that their purpose is intimidation. A society that tolerates intimidation as a means of settling disputes—the physical intimidation of some men or groups by others—loses its moral right to exist as a social system, and its collapse does not take long to follow.
Politically, mass civil disobedience is appropriate only as a prelude to civil war—as the declaration of a total break with a country’s political institutions.
Posted onJuly 6, 2017byifnm|Comments Off on When the Civil War Came to San Diego
As for San Diego County, in 1859, by a vote of 207-24, voters overwhelmingly supported the idea of splitting the state into two, with Southern California becoming the Territory of Colorado. There was talk that the new territory might cozy up to the slave states, but the war snipped the plan in the bud.
Union troops were more than a little suspicious when they ran into a group of 16 men traveling east through San Diego’s backcountry in the early days of the Civil War. The men declared they were peaceful miners, but they each packed a rifle and a pair of revolvers instead of shovels and picks.
Most of them were Southerners, and their leader, a red-headed Confederate sympathizer named Dan Showalter, was famous. A few months earlier, this “fascinating and baffling character” had fired a bullet straight into a fellow state legislator’s mouth at 40 paces. Now, he was heading east to slaughter Yankees.
This confrontation — near the landmark Dudley’s Bakery in Santa Ysabel where modern-day drivers grab loaves of date nut raisin bread on the way home from Julian — wasn’t destined to be bloody. Showalter’s gory end was still to come, just not that day in 1861. But the story of his collusion with the enemy shines a light on how the Golden State was mightily divided over the Civil War, so much so that the Union sought to derail the “underground railroad” of Confederate sympathizers heading east to fight the North.
“We can call it Cultural Marxism, but at the end of the day, we experience it on a day to day basis, by that I mean a minute by minute, second by second basis. It’s political correctness and it’s multiculturalism.” – Andrew Breitbart