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  • ross1948 11:26 on October 30, 2016 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: 1956, , , , , , Killian Barracks, , , , , , , Vladimir Padrino collaborator,   

    In Europe, As In Venezuela, Questions of Loyalty 


    The Venezuelan Armed Forces have forever sullied their reputation by collaborating with the Reds who are flouting their country’s constitution to cling onto power.


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    • Defence Minister Vladimir Padrino is the rotten apple at the heart of this collaboration.
    • He holds absolute power in the army. He has his people both in the National Guards (internal troops) and in military districts (Regiones de Defensa Integral (REDI))…

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    ….it is clear that Maduro will be able to retain power in the midst of a crisis with Padrino’s help. Venezuela: Will the army save the nation from chaos?


    Some thoughts on this, on a lazy Jakarta Sunday, whilst awaiting today’s visitor.

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    When I was a skinny teen hitching through Italy, many years ago, I learned that Italian cops were kindly fellows for the most part.

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    • One in particular, who noticed me thumbing wearily in the rain outside Milan, went along a row of vehicles until he found a driver going south, and commanded him to take me to Rome!

    He will long since be retired from the force, or from this earthly sphere, but it is likely the current crop are just as much normal decent people, and loyal citizens of their country.

    So they must be disgusted by Red Renzi’s destructive policies which are letting undesirable aliens swarm into Italy – often on Italian Navy vessels.

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    • And what must the naval officers and their men think, guys who signed on to protect their beloved Italia Bellissima, now tasked by a manic leftist with the duty of facilitating invasion. Dismay? Disgust?
    • And the policemen charged with the shameful chore of imposing ‘migrants’ on unwilling communities?
    • 52% of Rapes in Rome Committed by Immigrants, 59% in Milan

    • The police know what horrors Italians are going through because of Renzi.

    • -Meanwhile…
    • Italy’s anti-migrant Northern League party praised “the new heroes of the resistance against the dictatorship of hospitality.” 
    • And during a protest late Thursday outside a barracks in Milan set to soon house 300 migrants, the party’s leader Matteo Salvini called on security forces to rebel.
    • “It is right to obey, but so is it right to disobey bad orders!”   Record migrant arrivals in Italy as tensions rise
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    • Signor Salvini poses a question that honest men in uniform have asked themselves time and again over the years, one of the most illustrious examples surely being Claus Von Stauffenberg…

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    …the heroic conservative, nationalist, monarchist German officer who was executed by a firing squad for his role in the attempted coup.

    Had he succeeded in killing Hitler, how differently, and better, history might have gone.

    I imagine the pro-Nazi generals, the Vladimir Padrinos of their era, who supervised the hero’s execution, might have described his conduct in much the same terms as two police unions described Signor Salvini, the Liga Nord leader’s, last week  – “a very serious and irresponsible provocation.”

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    Think also of the Hungarian conscripts in the Killian Barracks, in Budapest ( now a resto – I had lunch there with my off-spring in the early 90s!) ordered by their red quisling officers to head out and attack the patriot rebels.

    They did head out…

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    …and joined the 1956 Revolution!

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    In Venezuela this month, we have seen another army ordered out against the people they have a duty to defend, an army turned into a goon squad by Maduro’s marxist regime in Caracas.

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    • If they did their true duty, turned their guns on the evil reds in power, they could end their country’s misery overnight.

    Who knows?

    Maybe we’ll see yet a Venezuelan action replay of the Killian Barracks scenario.

    And in Europe, when German police are ordered to keep their hands off primitive alien criminals…Fuhrer Merkel To German Cops -Don’t Detain Savages! and cover up their crimes…Shocker – Honest Cop Unmasks Migrant Crime Cover-Up! …and in other European nations when border guards are not allowed to guard borders against illegal incursions?

    Where does duty lie? 

     

     
    • Spud Martin 13:15 on October 30, 2016 Permalink | Reply

      Ross, you are now getting so far out that you seem to be preaching sedition. As you tell us often enough about your Ulster roots, I can picture you a hundred years ago, endorsing the Curragh Mutiny.

      Venezuela’s General Pardino and all the army, navy and air force there have a duty to defend the elected government, marxist or not.
      Any action to the contrary would be treason, and traitors are shot.
      Or is that one example of capital punishment you don’t approve of.

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    • Friedrich 14:10 on October 30, 2016 Permalink | Reply

      I know you can speak a little German, so I say –
      Du hast doch recht, Herr Ross, or in English, you are quite right.

      Von Stauffenberg was shot by the Nazi-Sozi regime for he put his country and his people’s welfare before following the orders of a bad government.
      In Germany it is bad again with a government that is not caring. I wish Von Stauffenberg back again.

      In Venezuela also the government is against the people and is communist and so the soldiers are better to save Venezuela not Maduro.
      I think Maduro better to end like Ceausescu in Rumania.
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    • Pamela 14:34 on October 30, 2016 Permalink | Reply

      I hope a lot of readers found this as thought-provoking as I did. Thank you for making my Sunday morning brighter, though not possibly as sunny as yours in Indonesia. .

      I have wondered for a while if we could look to the security forces to rescue countries from those whom you correctly define as the Enemy Within, and though the armed forces may or may not still have the right spirit, it’s glaringly clear that in the UK at least, the police are 100% politicised.

      We see and hear their senior officers mouthing all the PC cliches about ‘diversity’ and ‘tolerance’ and if British people raise their voices against how ‘diversity’ (in other words enforced multiculturalism ) are making our country unrecognisable, there’s immediate crack-down, intimidation ‘visits,’ or detainment, charges, and court, with patriotic British subjects sent down for exercising our traditional English right to speak our minds.

      I don’t think for a minute that the armed services have escaped the ruling class’s attention, so it would be stupid to think the generals are not promoted on the same political basis as the chief constables.
      Ability a poor second to the PC fit and proper test.

      That said, there must be many normal decent men and women in the lower ranks. When the crunch comes, as it surely will, will they have the courage of the young Hungarian soldiers in that 1956 barracks?.

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  • ross1948 10:26 on April 2, 2016 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: 1956, Bela Biszku, , , , , , ,   

    War Criminal Unpunished – Jakarta Post Bleats On Regardless! 


     
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    It’s nice, every so often, to post an RIP for somebody who has passed on, whether some conservative patriot or simply an entertainer who’s made life more fun for millions.

    But when it’s the death of an indisputably evil person, I tend not to mention the ratbag. If there is indeed an afterlife, then he or she is already facing hellfire and no words of mine will make much difference to that. If there’s simply nothing, well, one less awful person in the world, but there are plenty more alive and kicking at whom to launch verbal salvos. 

    However, as with every rule, one should make exceptions.

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    If Blood-Beast Adams gets what he deserves, some rainy Belfast day, I’ll comment cheerfully.

    Similarly, the Hungarian Communist traitor,  Béla Biszku, deserves a mention. And not least because an ostensibly serious newspaper right here in Jakarta can publish bizarre references to more progressive moves made by the government in the past few years to erode the anticommunist sentiment inherited from the post-World War II era.    http://www.thejakartapost.com/news/2016/03/29/commentary-police-dancing-outdated-rhythm.html

    That’s from the Jakarta Post, of course, which often has rants about the poor persecuted marxists of the long-outlawed PKI (Indonesian Communist Party)

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    • The brutal PKI
    • This week, their ‘staff writer,’ Adisti Sukma Sawitri, had her say, but offered no reason why it is in ANY way ‘progressive’ to ‘erode anti-communist sentiment.’

    Every decent human being has a moral duty to be anti-communist. Mao’s heirs still deny a billion Chinese any vestige of democracy, Castro runs an island prison camp called Cuba….

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    ….and Vietnam’s despots, too, refuse to permit opposition parties.  

    Communism has the blood of millions on its hands and those old PKI rats who still refuse to repudiate its vile dogmas should not be portrayed as ‘victims.’ A lot of them scuttled off to seek sanctuary with tyrannies overseas, leaving their poor peasant and worker dupes to bear the brunt of the people’s anger.

    Back to Bela the Beast. 

    A convicted war criminal, Biszku served in the quisling regime installed by the Kremlin after the the defeat of the Revolution of 56 by the Red Army.

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    Biszku with Communist collaborator-in-chief Janos Kádár

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    As Hungary Today reports,  Biszku was the first politician of the 1956 Communist leadership to face a criminal inquiry.

    The monster was eventually found guilty of setting ‘security forces,’ aka collaborationist goon squads, to murder civilians in 1956, 49 known victims. He was also found guilty of other charges, including denying crimes committed by the communist regime…

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    budapest3 Freedom fighters in Budapest, 1956

    But alas, he never did jail-time, Hungary’s democracy showing mercy that the nasty Red would never have contemplated for any Magyar patriots. His punishment was never implemented due to Biszku’s old age and poor health condition.    http://hungarytoday.hu/news/bela-biszku-former-key-figure-hungarian-communist-party-dies-aged-94-87936

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    I don’t know what happens to us after we leave this earthly plane, but in cases like his, let’s hope it’s truly horrible.

     

     
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