100 years of Remembrance

Posted: November 11, 2018 by tallbloke in Accountability, solar system dynamics


They shall grow not old, as we that are left grow old:
Age shall not weary them, nor the years condemn.
At the going down of the sun and in the morning
We will remember them.

  1. […] via 100 years of Remembrance — Tallbloke’s Talkshop […]

  2. tom0mason says:

    They died for our freedom.
    God bless them all.

  3. Paul Vaughan says:

    Adjusting Pace 4 WelllIT Dynamic StabilITy

    Time goes “bye”
    Stables turn

    First IT giveth
    Then IT taketh away
    — “First it Giveth” Queens of the Stone Age “Songs for the Deaf

    The elections of 1792 were the first contested on anything resembling a partisan basis.
    With the world thrown into global warfare after 1793, the small nation on the fringe of the European system could barely remain neutral.
    Britain and France were at war from 1793–1815, with only one brief interruption. American policy was neutrality, with the federalists hostile to France, and the Republicans hostile to Britain.
    The Jay Treaty of 1794 marked the decisive mobilization of the two parties and their supporters in every state.
    In 1800, a critical election galvanized the electorate […]
    The rhetoric of the day was cataclysmic — election of the opposition meant the enemy would ruin the nation.
    The First Party System was primarily built around foreign policy issues that vanished with the defeat of Napoleon and the compromise settlement of the War of 1812. […] an “Era of Good Feelings” […] replaced the high-tension politics of the First Party System […] Personal politics and factional disputes were occasionally still hotly debated, but Americans no longer thought of themselves in terms of political parties […]
    The First Party System ended during the Era of Good Feelings (1816–1824) […]

  4. Brett Keane says:

    The posts tended to blur the facts and events. But, as a Kiwi with Memorial Halls and Cenotaphs erected all over my Land, and generations, including myself, being called up to the cause of Freedom (myself the luckiest), I salute our Commonwealth, American, and other UN (as in Infancy not now!) fighting Peoples. We understand the totality of what we are up against, and Pop was at Gallipolli and Dad was in Africa and Italy for the duration over five and a half years. Pop lost an eye to a Turk or German shot but had friendly respect to Johnny Turk as a person. Farm boys like him, or me. They would offer prisoners to share their food; as we would.

    Damn pity that the two global organisations our ancestors set up to combat the worldwide powergrabs since Napolean (Bless you, Horatio and PM Pitt), have been hijacked by pirates and marxists.

    Nevermind, truth has an annoying habit of persisting and we know it does persist no matter what. So bless you all this Armistice Day past, and never give in. Brett Keane NZ 310265.

  5. Paul Vaughan says:

    Revealing Climatic Scilence of Reorienting Party Systems

    “Weave got somethin’ to reveal
    I think you know how far I’d go not to say

    – “The Lost Art – of Keeping a Secret” Qotsa

    Exactly as Bannon advised, they’re realigning systems with old party tricks.


    I come
    O what
    ?U do
    #too me
    Queens of the Stone Age “know 1 knows


    It was a clever way to get educated Americans to again swallow theoradical climate pills in a package deal. Poisoned package deals remain the overlying issue ripe for creative recombination.

    Today’s American Party System offers outdated package deals that serve well neither America nor a world that depends critically on America. Recombination is how nature replaces old problems with new solutions. I propose vital demonstration — even if short-lived — of a Cross Party with opposing wings diagonally recombined across old aisles under 1 symbolic big tent to reinvigorate democracy and freedom with emphatically newfound speed and flexibility.

    For example, an opportunistic party would provocatively pair generously compassionate housing and healthcare with liberating opposition to tyrannically enforced climatic scilence just to make a point.

    The Whole-E EUCRUS

    It’s so safe 2 play along
    Do you believe IT doesn’t matter anymore?

    Something sweet
    2 throw away

    2 make it beautiful to live
    Do you want somethin’ good 2 dye 4?

    U won’t remember anyway
    Outside the frame is what we’re leaving out
    — Queens of the Stone Age “Can Go with the Flow

  6. Paul Vaughan says:

    What demographic will most loyally support conscription for Macron’s climate war? If it’s dogs you can be sure they’ll get the vote.

  7. Paul Vaughan says:

    Climate agreements spin savagely on dimes of unquestionable rule, leaving no trace of thought.
    Macron’s drafted hallusanogenic visions of soldiers climatically surrendering freedom.

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