Wednesday, November 23, 2016

e Comics on Pardon Me...

(photo iFunny)


What turkey will President Obama pardon this year?



Pardon me... but don't let these Network of Global Corporate Control turkeys off the hook.  We want our Constitution back.


DC is going to lose its biggest employer, the World Bank and International Monetary Fund, if it doesn't clean up its corrupt business environment, and that's just for starters. 

3rd Dog    @3rddogscript    Happy Thanksgiving

Wednesday, November 16, 2016

e Comics What are the Odds?


What are the odds Facebook is Censoring Karen Hudes and Betsy Banfield-Malone, and not Wikileaks?


A search of Wikileaks shows the latest post on their timeline.  However, a search of my page doesn't show any of my posts.  The same thing has happened to Karen Hudes as well.  

Facebook and Google want to cut off fake news websites where it hurts: the pocketbook.  Both tech giants are taking aim at display advertisements, one of the big ways fake news websites can make money.  NBC NEWS

    
"Many Americans — 62 percent to be exact — get some news from social media, according to the Pew Research Center Of that group, 18 percent say they do so "often."
"But Zuckerberg said the amount of fake news on Facebook is minuscule — though it's not always easy to separate fact from fiction. Some websites post incendiary headlines and have internet addresses that, at first glance, may trick readers into thinking they're reading a story from a legitimate news outlet."
"Fake news has become more predominant because the barriers to creating a website and articles are much lower, Thales Teixeira, a professor at Harvard Business School who specializes in the "economics of attention," told NBC News."
The odds are in favor of also censoring websites with information that the mainstream media does not want on their social network platforms.  

Why would one of my followers compare the searches of Wikileaks and Betsy Banfield-Malone on Facebook?  

"WikiLeaks specializes in the analysis and publication of large datasets of censored or otherwise restricted official materials involving war, spying and corruption."  What is Wikileaks  It has been noted by those who view the information shared and research the facts that it is real-time whistle-blowing on the International Monetary System. 

Secure News TV 3rd Dog Weebly Blog and 3rd Dog Script specializes in the analysis and publication of large datasets of censored materials involving war, spying, and corruption.  There is no revenue from ads on my websites or Karen Hudes' publications because we both are working to expose the truth and assist humanity.  Therefore, to prevent the spread of an even greater truth lurking on the internet than what Wikileaks has exposed, we are censored.  

"One reason it is so difficult to end the corrupt regime at the World Bank is because there has been 'virtually' no press coverage."


DCTV Episode November 15, 2016:

"The New York, Tokyo and Washington embassies have not contradicted the press releases and the other statements that I am publishing over the internet on their behalf.

You have seen how I cleared the March 3, 2015 press release on the Global Currency Reset that Presswire deleted this week.

Why do I say that I am the skipper? That is because I am the one who votes the 17% shares for the US on the Board of Governors of the World Bank and IMF until the US Constitution of 1789 goes back into effect." DCTV teleprompt

    
"That is also why I am one of seven people who have access to Euroclear."


What are the odds? 

3rd Dog    @3rddogscript

 

Monday, November 14, 2016

e Comics on Community Organizing

Is it just me or have you also noticed that Hillary Clinton, Bernie Sanders, and President Obama have been silent about the protests?
The very people who have the power to stop these protests and riots with just a few well-spoken words have been completely silent on the issue.
During her concession speech, Clinton said, “We must accept this result, and then look to the future. … Donald Trump is going to be our president. We owe him an open mind and the chance to lead.”
After that, she has been mum on the entire thing.  -Daisy Luther Activist Post

Beware of the false prophets, who come to you in sheep's clothing, but underneath are ravenous wolves.  By their fruits you will know them."  -Matthew 7:15-16
If you don't understand what's happening in our streets, then I challenge you to watch A Wolf in Sheep's Clothing with an open mind to the very end.  This video portrays the history of community organizing established by Saul Alinsky.  I believe President Obama, Senator Sanders, and Hillary Clinton are silent on the issue of violent protests because they share the same perspective on community organizing.             

A Wolf in Sheep's Clothing
rent or buy docudrama
"Community organizer, Saul Alinsky, enrolled in a class that would change everything for him.  The course social pathology... the professor E. W. Burgess... and Robert E. Park... was focused on reforming American cities.  They believed the diseases of crime and poverty of social disorganization to have an external or ecological cause. Chicago sociology was all about field study and the processes of social control and engineering. It had a Darwinian based secularist evolutionary view of social change... pragmatism... and progress.  Marriage and family were devalued and self identity was achieved by imagining how we look from another person's perspective.  This collectivist mental image is called the "Looking Glass Self."    
Fr. Pacwa:  If you have as your intention an abstract goodness, then you will have an abstraction of the objects of your intention.  You'll treat them as abstractions because you are seeking abstract goals.  
Stephanie Block:  He may have had an Utopian vision but what he's laying out is a situation whereby it has to create the unrest and disparities that he would say that he is trying to fight against.   
Reveille for Radicals: A work filled with the bad seeds of an amorality gathered from the blood red Marxist fields of Europe's dying culture.  One that discards civilizations most basic moral principle that the noblest of ends does not justify an amoral means.     
Saul Alinsky:  Organized people can achieve limitless objectives only through the achievement and constructive use of power... can people better themselves.  Nothing can be lifted or moved except through power."    

Saul Alinsky started out with good intentions, to help those in need; however, he missed the mark in achieving those ends.  "Concentrated power is not rendered harmless by the good intentions of those who created it." - Milton Friedman

We must understand where the seeds of discontent come from as to not allow this to happen again. Whether you adhere to a religious faith or not virtue and the power of love is what uplifts and moves the masses.  Here's an earlier 3rd Dog Script post We are going to set this world right on our own power which demonstrates by faith or by reason there can't be a large-scale revolution until there is a personal revolution, on an individual level.  Alinsky claimed there were no other means to organizing people; I believe there is a natural way to organize people. However, this revolution requires looking inside to find the individual Self and not externally to find the "looking glass self."  One can prove by sheer reason alone that justice or virtue is necessary for human beings.
      
REASON
The standard procedure is virtue is religious talk and reason is finances, administration, or building something.  There’s a huge split, but it wasn’t always that way.  The ancient Greeks for example, use reason for science but they also talk about justice by reason. The church came along and added justice by faith as well. Then later on, the reformation knocked out philosophy and just went on virtue or justice by faith. 
The Republic by Plato
The argument starts this way; Plato has Socrates as the champion for virtue pursuit for its own sake. Sophist says that virtue or justice is merely a useful good.  The reason it is a useful good is because let’s say you’re a crook and everybody knows it…  Well, your cover is blown…because everybody knows it.  But, on the other hand if you are virtuous by cover you can steal or rob whenever you get an opportunity. So the ideal combination is to look at virtue as a useful good. You use it as a cover and when you get a chance to steal you go for it. 
Socrates is to defend the notion you shouldn’t steal or cheat your neighbor.  The game Risk is a good example.  The nature of the game is that you make alliances with each other to knock off some other party.  Who’s going to be the winner of the game?  He’s going to be clever, because he has to lie to someone to knock off someone else. At the end of the game he is the Master of the world and his virtue is a useful good.  
Socrates is going to uphold telling the truth, being nice to people, and probably be killed by the people he’s attempting to be nice to.  That’s what happened to Socrates.  You wonder now whose going to win the argument?  Two conditions Plato puts on the argument: Socrates can only use reason.  He can’t use the religious justification.  If you are evil in this life you are going to go to hell in the next.  By the way, the Greeks did have a notion of hell.  The snakes have a lot of good lies in the beginning; I mean it looks rather difficult.  Well eventually as you might expect Socrates wins the argument.  But why you ask?  
How can Plato work it out that Socrates is going to convince us by reason that we should choose to be just to people even though they might kill us in the end? How by reason can you persuade anybody with that outrageous proposition?  I’ll tell you why, Plato had a great sense of the heroic and we now in America have that sense. Take what happened in 9/11 when 400 policemen and firemen went into the building and it collapsed. 300 to 350 didn’t come out and that touched the heart of America. Today, we struggle with black lives matter and blue lives matter movements. These ordinary men are willing to lay down their lives to save people. They have a wife and children, but they are willing to sacrifice that. That is what you call the heroic or admirable. That is what touches people. It is an absolute standard that captures a way a (man or women) fireman, policeman, soldier or activist fighting for a worthy cause wants to live. It commands respect and it doesn’t matter which culture you talk about.    
The relativist point of view may say, well it’s stupid. However, you can’t play that game in the face of that kind of courage. There is something about virtue that breaks through in real life as just, and, it renders relativism as a cowardly sort of thing. What a community needs and what an individual needs is a sense of what a man or woman can measure up to. Then you can be proud of a country like that, people with that kind of dedication, and it is a universal thing for all men. Religion doesn’t come directly into it as far as arguments are concerned. By faith or reason, uniting in a common good should be our goal. There can't be a large-scale revolution until there's a personal revolution, on an individual level. It's got to happen on the inside first and there is the place where we meet to set the world right on our own power; the collective unconscious.         
3rd Dog      @3rddogscript   

Sunday, November 13, 2016

Inauguration Day

When the power of love overcomes the love of power the world will know peace.”
“Jimi Hendrix

Dear President-Elect Trump,

If you decide to select a few supporters from the Make America Great Again #MAGA campaign to attend your Inauguration luncheon, I would be honored to receive your invitation.

I’ve been working to Make America Great Again since I retired from the Department of Veterans Affairs in 2003.  I’m a disabled female veteran of Desert Storm and I’ve supported your campaign from the beginning.  I've posted a few Twitter pictures to show my loyal support for #MAGA campaign.     


The writing is on the wall for the current Babylon system and your Inauguration Day celebrates the fulfillment of those words.  I believe your search for truth, cleaning up corruption, and new role as President will bring us together in more ways than one day of celebration.  Either way, I acknowledge your well deserved celebration for a hard won battle against the hidden hand behind the corruption.  


The Clinton culture has been exposed and the transformation of America is beginning.  Congratulations President-Elect Trump!
 
Best regards,
/s/Betsy Banfield-Malone

p.s.  Thank you for honoring veterans and taking a stand for veterans.

November 13, 2016   

Friday, November 11, 2016

e Comics on WILMINGTON, DELAWARE 11/9/2016

(Photo: Delaware Free News)

WILMINGTON, DELAWARE (11/9/2016) A massive fire swept through vacant commercial buildings at the Bancroft Mills complex along the Brandywine in Wilmington early today.
City firefighters were joined by scores of suburban fire companies in battling the four-alarm blaze and keeping flames away from nearby homes.
The fire broke out about 3 a.m.  Full Article Delaware Free News
"Vacant" commercial buildings?
Here's an older 3rd Dog Script post with the History of Battle of Brandywine

So what is the source of Delaware’s prestige—even cachet? Why do corporations choose Delaware? I think the answer is not one thing but a number of things. It includes the Delaware General Corporation Law which is one of the most advanced and flexible corporation statutes in the nation. It includes the Delaware courts and, in particular, Delaware’s highly respected corporations court, the Court of Chancery. It includes the state legislature which takes seriously its role in keeping the corporation statute and other business laws current. It includes the Secretary of State’s Office which thinks and acts more like one of the corporations it administers than a government bureaucracy.
Why Corporations Choose Delaware 


How did this happen? 


3rd Dog   @3rddogscript  

Wednesday, November 9, 2016

A Salute to Vincent Cerlenko

Normandy Surviving D-Day(full documentary)

Vincent J. Cerlenko, landed at Ohmaha beach June 6, 1944, assisted in taking of St. Lo, France, and took part n “Falaise Pocket Action and the Battle of the Bulge.

World War II Memorial
Vincent J. CerlenkoTech Sgt., 693rd "ADSEC"  Heavy Equipment Engineers. 
Overview 693rd Combat Engineers – Invasion D-Day
After embarking from New York Citthe 693rd "ADSEC" EngineersCOM Z along with thousands oother support and combat contingents were shipped overseas to Great BritainThe companypart of the 1st ArmyCOM Zwas billeted primarilin south central England. 

There theprepared heavy equipmenand logistical support for forward combat units in anticipation of the impending invasion of Europe. Prior to the actual invasionthis group was moved into southern England to board their invasion transportsThey embarked with the invasion convoys out of Plymouth England on June 4th1944.

D-ayJune 6th1944the 693rd was part of the invasion armadalying off the NormandCoast and Omaha Beach. In the beginning"BloodOmahawas almost a disasteruntil the Combat Engineers removed massive machine gun emplacements covering the beach areathus allowing thInfantry to advance inlandPlatoons of the 693rd landed in the fifth waveto begin the preparation for landing equipment and suppliesHeavy fighting was still underway while this action was taking placePreparations for the "Mulberryfloating docks were also in full swing, within hours ships were unloading and a direct pipeline installed across the channel providing a unending supplof fuel and oil.  

The 693rd remained at the beachhead for several weeks assisting in the consolidation of a forward base for logistical supportAll too soon they were ordered to assisthe Infantry in the taking of St. Lo France. St. Lo had been traded back and forth between the German's and the allied forces. Heavy carpet-bombing was called upon to neutralize the area. In doing so the inner city was totallobliterated to the point that the armor could not move within the citlimitsEngineers were ordered to clear a path for the armorThe 693rd entered the cityplacing steel plates around the cabs of their D-9 Catson top thefixed machine guns or ha"gunnersriding shot gun to protect the operators from sniper and other direct fire.

When StLo was securedthe 693rd moved south through Vire and into Avranches where heavy fighting was still ongoingthen turning northwest towards the Port of Cherbourg arriving onlhours before the final surrender of the port city. Cherbourg was totalldevastated as ordered by Hitler. The Germans had systematicalldestroyed everkeport facility, including the sinking of evership then in port. 

Downtown St Lo, France

Germans sappers (engineers) then "boobtrappedall operational equipment, destroying them and making all of it useless to the allies. The reconstruction of Cherbourg Harbor was one of the miracles of the war. Along with other allied Engineer Units thport was made operational in record timea matter of dayand remained open throughout the balance of the war as a major port of entry. The Germans were astounded!  


The Communications Zone, European Theater of Operations

COM Z ETOUSA was organized after the redesignation of HQ ETOUSA and wore the second designed  insignia of the command the services of supplyETOUSA, was established as a command in Europe on Ma241942with the mission of providing support for the U.SArmed Forces in the United Kingdomand of preparing a stockpile of supplies, quipmenttransportation and weapons for the invasion of France. "Operation Bolero"was the code name applied to this project which amassed over 21/2 million tons of supplies in England (not counting load units) prior to "Operation Overlord".
In addition to suppliesCOM Z had operational control and responsibilitover all of the technical and administrative branches and services in the United Kingdom and the theater of operations.
On June 6th1944 (D-Day) over 381,500 personnel were assigned to COM Z with the mission of supporting the allied operationsArtificial harbors were constructed in absolute secrecy and transported to the continent to provide ports to off-load the massive quantities of material needed bthe combat troops. COM Z operations were so large and complex in scope tha20 special staff sections and 11 base sections were required in the command structure.  

The Advanced Section of COM Z was organized to providclose support to the field armiesand elements of this section landed with the First Army on D-Day and continued to provide support for the First and Third Armies after the NormandBreakout. Engineer Battalions landed on the beaches on D-Dato clear obstacles and then assist as fighting Infantry.  Personnel from each of the support branches were assigned to the Advanced Section, the braverand contribution that these men made to the success of the allied mission was extraordinary. The multitude otasks performed by COM Z personnel in support of combat operations is trulstaggering! Over 60 different types of Engineering units constructed and operated portsrailwayspipelinesroads, airfields and even lumber yards. Special Engineer units built 62 bridges of all types across the Rhine River aloneand manof these structures were built under direct enemfire.

During the Battle of the Bulge, an ordnance supply base was in the path of the German 6th SS PanzeArmy advance, outfitted a tank battalion, evacuated 7,000 tons of vital supplies and then joined forces with other units to bold this key sector of front for 36 hours until relieved by other combat elements(See Army Times Action Report).

German wreckage Falaize Pocket
The unit moved east this time catching up with the First Army's forward elements just in time for the "Falaize Pocket" action. Immediately, they were attached to General Patton's Third Army as they swept around the German 15th Army in attempts to entrap it. Though some of the foot troops managed to sneak out of the pocket none of the heavy equipment of the German Army managed to break out. The 15th Army ceased to exist as an operational unit.
While chasing the withdrawing Germans, Patton's armor ran out of gasoline. The Third Army not only ran off the map, but it was at a virtual standstill. Before the German's could react all available personnel were ordered into action. Consequently, the 693rd had just arrived at a rear area to be rested and refitted when the "Red Ball Express" began its drive across France to bring fuel to the tanks of the Third Army. During the next month the 693rd supported the Red Ball Express in a variety of ways. Many of the unit's personnel volunteered to drive supply vehicles behind and through enemy held territory. The German's were in a major state of confusion due to their withdrawal. On S0111G occasions, German units attempted to surrender to units of the Red Ball detachments, only to be ignored and left in the dust by the roadside.  Patton's tanks were the priority, no stopping for prisoners. Seeing groups of Germans with arms stacked and hands above their heads was a bit unnerving. No fired a shot, they just kept moving

Mark IV Jadgpanzer

On to Paris! Though the 693rd did not participate in the victory parade as shown in the newsreels, they did spend some time enjoying the sites, but only briefly. Up to the front again with the lead elements with their old friends the First Army. Marching east they took time to look over the Battlefield at Chateau Thierry, a then moved on to Reims France

From the Stephen Ambrose book, “The Victors”

“The battle raged, the Germans fell back to the center of the city, charging a price for every building abandoned.  The Rubble in the street grew to monstrous proportions. In the center, the old buildings, made of masonry and stone, were almost impervious to tank cannon fire, so Col. Derrill Daniels brought a self propelled 155 MM (howitzer) artillery piece into the city, and using a Heavy Equipment team’s bulldozers they cleared a path.”


My father related this story too me; The engineer’s welded two inch steel plates with small viewing slots around their D-9 cabs to afford a bit of protection from small arms fire. In some cases they would extend the top of the Dozer blade to ward off anti tank rounds and if one should penetrate hopefully hit the large diesel engine in front of the driver rather than the cab. At times if available they would mount a 30 or 50 Cal machine gun to the roof. They would cut a hole in the roof so a gunner could sit behind the shoulders of the driver to give offensive covering fire as they worked.  The curve in the blade would usually make a larger round careen off into the air rather than penetrate, it worked sometimes well.  When it didn’t it was called a “Bad Day”. They developed this technique while clearing the streets in St. Lo France where nothing was left standing.

It was recorded the effects were “quite spectacular and satisfying.” The Bull dozers would clear a path right up to the building where the fire was coming from and the 75mm anti-tank gun. The gun would be placed just inside a window and it would find a target and fire from that position. The results were most devastating. The Cats would go at it with a vengeance and cover up the gun while it was still firing enough to block its view. Once that was done they would satchel charge it or burn them out and then move to the next hot spot.


Aachen was destroyed but taken the only thing standing was the medieval church which still stands today. The Germans who later surrendered said, “Using the 155 mm and dozers was barbarous and should be outlawed”. The business of war continued. 3,473 German survivors surrendered, 5,000 casualties and 5,600 POW’s in total were taken. The US Army sustained 5,000 casualties.


The 693rd Engineers participated in the battle of the Hurtegen Forest east of Aachen for several weeks primarily clearing and building roads for equipment to move up onto the front line in the hills. The weather was wet, foggy, muddy and just plain lousy. The unit did not participate in the front line fighting it was strictly infantry based and a close in affair. Eventually, they were pulled back for a refit, repair and some rest around Aachen.

Belgium

The new offensive was now well underway elements of the 693rd were attached to the spearhead that attacked into Belgium and Luxembourg. Driving north into the Ardennes and crossing into Germany west of the Rhine. The action took them through St. Vith, Malmedy and to Aachen. Aachen on the Rhine became a forward supply base just north of a small insignificant village known as Bastogne! It was December, wet and freezing cold. It was rumored that the war would be over before spring, maybe by Christmas? However, the German's had other ideas on the subject. A massive offensive erupted across the Rhine through the Ardennes forest pushing fifty miles into the allied lines creating a "Bulge". 

The Battle of the Bulge was on! The German SS panzer spearhead skirted south of Aachen towards Liege isolating the troops outside Aachen. Several crucial actions holding the perimeter took place. Non-combat support troops were thrown into the line as a stopgap measure against the German 6th SS Panzer ArmyOrders from Tactical Command were given to hold the sector and its vital supplies at all costs. Operating in conjunction with Combat Infantry Teams they held their sectors until relieved.  This action caused the beginning of a massive retreat of the German units.  
Soon after the 693rd moved into Bonn Germany and built a bridge spanning the Rhine. They moved on to Cologne and Coblenz to build more bridges. Crossing the Rhine they moved south into Wiesbaden to help build one of the longest spans erected across the Rhine River over to Mainz Germany. This bridge was the first operational rail link to be completed into Germany.

The 693rd finished their active participation in the war in Frankfurt, Germany, acting as part of the temporary occupational forces, until the full time occupational units arrived. Much of their time was spent building public works to assist the homeless civilian population in Frankfurt.
The unit was then transported back into France at Reims for disbanding. Half of the unit was convoyed south through Dijon and Lyon passing through the Rhone River valley into the south of France and the city of Marseilles. There they were encamped pending final embarkation back to the Sates

The shoulder patch worn by the COM Z personnel assigned to the European Theater of Operations was based on design changes of the HeadquartersETOUSA insignia that was approveon Februar25th1944 and redesignated for the COM Z on March 211944The shoulder patch has the same meaning as thService and Supply (Army Service Forces)) and HQ European Theater of Operations patch, as it combined both designsThe patch with black and gold letters above "ADSEC" designates those support units in close support of combat units at the front. The COM Z was discontinued as a separate command on Februar281946.

The 693rd "ADSEC" Heavy Equipment EngineersCOM Z ETOUSA was formally disbanded as an operating unit in November of 1945completing their tour with four Combat Battle Stars after liberating siEuropean countries and crossing the Rhine into GermanyPersonnel were shipped out of the Port of Marseilles via troop transport direct to NeYork City and home

Compiled, researched, and photos bGreg V. CerlenkoSon oVincent J. Cerlenko.

Greg and Kris Cerlenko 50th Wedding Anniversary
February 2015

I met Greg not long after posting November 11, 2015 Veterans Day blog entitled "Mine Eyes Have Seen the Glory." He noticed a picture in the post of the railroad bridge at Mainz that was similar to his picture below and decided to send me an email.  Here's a short correspondence from Greg V. Cerlenko, USNI, OMSA. 
Wow, thank you so much.  Looking at the maps you're dad and mine crossed paths on several occasions, but looks as if he stayed there longer than my dad did and went further into Germany as part of the occupation forces. My dad stopped in Frankfurt and never went any further into Germany (officially that is).  I will be sending to you my Dad's write up which is still in progress.  
What you gave me did shed some light on some of his activities and it is deeply appreciated. When I asked him if he'd ever wanted to go back to see Europe again he told me that "he crawled on his belly from Omaha Beach all the way into Germany and once was enough for him". He never went back and died at age 50 in 1964 far too young. When he passed so did the library and it was lost to me.  I hope we can stay in touch well into the future and thank you again for sharing. 
Franklin D. Roosevelt Memorial Bridge 

Thank you Greg and Kris for sharing your story!  We salute your father, Vincent Cerlenko, a comrade in arms as well as building bridges.


Happy Veterans Day... 3rd Dog       @3rddogscript