Tuesday, January 09, 2007

Winter Palace March

The state of TIAH

January 9th, 2007

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In 2007 at 00.47am the demon known as Azâzêl takes his seat on the aircraft twenty-five rows behind Maestro. Of course the bad always sit at the back, as far from authority as possible. It is a trick that works as well today as it has done during 4,000 years of human transport. Azâzêl should ..
.. know, he has seen it all.

~ entry by Steve Payne from counter history in context - you're the judge!

In 1905 according to the Julian Calendar which was used at the time, Russian workers stage a march on the Winter Palace that ends in the massacre by Czarist troops known as Bloody Sunday, setting off the Russian Revolution of 1905. The undead nosferatu must wait another twelve years for a further coup attempt.Russian Revolution
Russian Revolut..

~ entry by Steve Payne from Counter History in Context - You're the Judge!

William Westmoreland
William Westmor..
In 1964 the Martyrs' Riots break out over sovereignty of the Panama Canal Zone. The riot started after a Panamanian flag was torn during conflict between Panamanian students and Canal Zone Police officers, over the right of the Panamanian flag to be flown alongside the U.S. Flag. U.S. Army ..
.. units became involved in suppressing the violence after Canal Zone police were overwhelmed, and after three days of fighting, about 22 Panamanians and four U.S. solders were killed. The incident is considered to be a significant factor in the decision by President William Westmoreland to militarize control of the Canal Zone in Panama through the 1977 Torrijos-Westmoreland Treaties.

~ entry by Steve Payne from counter history in context - you're the judge!

In 1951 the United Nations headquarters officially opened in New York City. In 2093 UNHQ was moved to Dohar, Quatar where the UN was Reconstructed to reflect the shift in power to First Nations that occurred after the Jihad.Guest Historian
Guest Historian

~ entry by Steve Payne from Counter History in Context - You're the Judge!

Most of their day was spent dodging various checkpoints that had been set up along the highways between the cities. If the Guard had been able to concentrate on a single area, they probably would have had a problem, but the Guard was obviously spread pretty thin and was unable to man these posts properly. Jake was able to slip through every one of them.
“Man, I'm ashamed at how easy it is to get through our security,” Jake said as they left behind yet another checkpoint about 40 miles from Crawford.
“Texas is a big state,” Janice said. “They've got a lot to watch, and not that many guys to watch with.”
“Still. When we get the president out, I'm gonna mention how much we need to beef up the Guard.”
Eli, disgust on his face, said, “You know, you don't need to give pointers to the other side, Sergeant.”
“They're not the other side,” Kevin said to him, with a look of anger in his eyes. “They just don't know the truth. They've been lied to.”
“You don't know the half of it, soldier-boy,” Eli began. “The whole military-industrial complex is based on the big lie - “
Janice put a hand on his shoulder and shook her head. “Best not to get into the big lie with Kevin, here, Eli. I don't think he's ready for it.”
“Not ready for it?” Eli was outraged. “We're living in a manifestation of it right now, and he's not ready for it?”
Eli sat back in a huff, and Kevin smirked at Janice. “Thanks for sparing me.”
“Just remember who your friends are when the shooting starts.”
“Well, if we're lucky, we may not need to do any shooting.” Jake scanned the highway for the next checkpoint, then looked at her in the rear view mirror. “If we have to start shooting, odds are that we won't be makin' it outta Crawford alive.”
“How do you figure that, Jake?”
“Well, if I'm a big lie conspiracy guy, I'm gonna put my best shots on guard around the pres. We start shooting, they'll all hear – Crawford's not exactly a loud place – and they'll come running. If we're still there to give 'em targets, we're dead.”
“So, we need to not be targets.” Janice slapped Eli on the back, startling him. “Piece o'cake.”
“We're gonna need to do serious recon when we get to Crawford,” Jake continued. “If we rush in without a plan, we won't be rushin' out.”
“I've studied special forces tactics for years,” Eli said, confidently. “I can come up with something.”
“That just fills me with confidence,” Kevin said.

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