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Red Text is the real story hiding between the lines.
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Blue Text is my own personal commentary.
Gold Text is a link to the original sources.

One word of advice I would offer to everyone who reads this blog;

....Each and every day, take just a moment of your precious time to pray for Peace and Justice.

Tuesday, September 25, 2007

History Channel on West Virginia

Anyone who saw the History Channel coverage of the old West Virginia story hosted by Billy Ray Cyrus last night might remember the thugs who worked for the coal mining robber-barrons, the ones who murdered so many union workers in cold blood back in the 30’s. Yhose thugs were the Blackwater of the depression era.
I have to admit, I was more than impressed with Cyrus’ presentation.
I will never again be able to use the term “redneck” in a durogatory fashion, and let me take this public forum to apologize for ever using it negatively in the past.

The truth is, The Rednecks were populist heroes, not dumb hicks (well, OK, most of us are dumb hicks in the eyes of anyone from NY or LA.) And they were defending their families and their way of life from those Blackwater type bullies.
Seriously, folks, if you missed it, you missed one of the best history lessons I’ve seen in quite a while.

Also, just a passing observation, but it sounds like these Blackwater thugs are tweakers, they sure seem to have have the uncontrolled outburst rages.
Considering that Blackwater is now planning to come back here and get into the drug enforcement business, who wants to bet it won’t be long til’ Robocop is sniffing out the smoke and raiding people’s homes.

They plan to return here and make “drugs” the old/new boogey man, so they can wreak havoc on our own society with impunity that comes from stupidity and greed.

Why are we allowing Blackwater to even have a license?

These Blackwater ops, like the goons in Billy ray’s history lessons, ARE THE DEVIL!

Evil, plain and simple, to quote my old pal Buckaroo.

Laugh while you can, monkey-boy.

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