Anyone who disagrees is big gay, ww2 is talked about too much in the historical societies, and most normie historians only know stuff from ww2, ww1 on the other hand is one of the most interesting and confusing wars ever fought and should be taught more #ww1#stacktyrantsgang#proudamerican
#wewillneverforget#911 I still remember till this day the atrocities that happened on this day. God did use this moment though and brought people to Him. The way USA 🇺🇸 came together was unprecedented. Now this amazing structure stands tall to mark the resilience of the American spirit! Proud to be an American! #proudamerican#freedomtower#nikon#nikonphotography
Staff Sgt. Nikolaus Sweger, assigned to 704th Brigade Support Battalion, 2nd Infantry Brigade Combat Team, 4th Infantry Division, is reunited with his family following a homecoming ceremony at the William Bill Reed Special Event Center in Fort Carson, Colo. #ProudAmerican
Jim Jones called the mass murder of more than 900 mostly black members of the Peoples Temple in Guyana 40 years ago “revolutionary suicide.” His indoctrinated followers regarded their nihilistic coda a political act. One of the willing suicide cases announced on the death tape, “No other way I would rather go than to give my life for socialism, Communism, and I thank Dad very, very much.”
Beyond the ideology that inspired Peoples Temple’s demise, the media whitewashed the politicians who aided and abetted them.
Learning that San Francisco mayor George Moscone appointed Jim Jones to the city’s Housing Authority Commission, a body of which he quickly became chairman, piqued my curiosity, which led to my writing Cult City: Jim Jones, Harvey Milk, and 10 Days That Shook San Francisco.This revelation, particularly shocking in light of the fate of his tenants in Jonestown, led me to come across this: Willie Brown, who would become the speaker of the California State Assembly and then mayor of San Francisco, compared Jim Jones to Martin Luther King and Mahatma Gandhi. Harvey Milk described Jonestown as “a beautiful retirement community” helping to “alleviating the world food crisis.” California lieutenant governor Mervyn Dymally actually made a pilgrimage to Jonestown that led to a gushing reaction typical of ideological tourists
The politically inspired delusions of San Francisco Democrats proved contagious.
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Wonderful. God bless you and your family Sir, thank you for your service.
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Capt. Harold Rivard is reunited with his wife and daughter following a homecoming ceremony in Fort Carson, CO. #ProudAmerican
I cannot believe what I'm seeing in this picture! This is why we need more regulations and stricker laws! This is just a small glimpse of the unbridled bloodlust in America! I mean for the love of God that knife is fully exposed with no sheath! Anyone could just grab that thing and wreak havoc... #maga#2ndamendment#nra#molonlabe#proudamerican#murica 🇺🇸
This is one of the most awe-inspiring things I’ve ever seen. I remember watching Alan Page as a defensive lineman for the Minnesota Vikings when they would play the Cowboys (see Hail Mary, 1975). What a fitting honor to see what he accomplished long after his football career ended.
Thanks @smarthernews for the headsup on this. Well done. As usual.
#PhotoOfTheWeek Justice Alan Page receiving the Presidential Medal of Freedom, America’s highest civilian honor, from President Trump on Friday.
Justice Page is the first African-American to serve on Minnesota’s Supreme Court. He also had a successful career in the NFL, playing for the Minnesota Vikings and earning MVP of the league.
On Friday, he was recognized for his many accomplishments but he was missing someone important.
Justice Page lost his wife Diane in late September to breast cancer. Together, they had 4 children and shared a common passion (👈🏼 swipe to see family).
Over the last 30 years, Alan and Diane's foundation “The Page Education Foundation” provided financial assistance to 7,000 children of color.
He said of receiving the Medal of Freedom: “It’s about the things Diane and I have worked to accomplish, trying to ensure educational opportunities for all children, particularly children of color. It is about fighting for equal justice.”
Although Justice Page doesn’t share this same politics as the President he said, "I figured out early on in this process that this wasn't about me. It’s not about President Trump. It's about the things that I believe in, the values that Diane and I shared and worked to see fulfilled.”
His work continues in education, and he will be sharing the Medal of Honor at a Middle School named in his honor in Minnesota on Monday.
“There's a poem that has a lot of meaning for me. One of its lines is, ‘Hold on to my hand even when I am gone away from you,’ and throughout the ceremony my focus was on holding on to Diane’s hand.”
Photo credit: @whitehouse & @vikings