8 thoughts on “The Word From the Trenches Live Broadcast 5-31-24

  1. Galen… article 92 of the UCMJ is used to
    charge a service member with NOT obeying or carrying out a lawful order.. this next part I copy/pasted.. Can you disobey unlawful orders?
    Orders that violate established laws, regulations, or the UCMJ are not binding. If you can prove that the order you’re accused of disobeying was unlawful—such as if it infringes on your personal rights or involves committing a crime—this can serve as a robust defense… obviously the operative word here is PROVE.. “ignorance of the law is no excuse”.. BUT..(likewise to the PTB) we’re not smart enough to discern lawful and unlawful. in reality, the officer who tried to make you commit a crime would not bring you up on charges for disobeying.. for obvious reasons.. you’d just have to sleep with one eye open for a couple months.. hope that sums it up a little.

  2. This might help when trying to access articles on the website. As news articles are added throughout the day, the ones that originally appeared at or near the top of page 1 get moved further down the page. When scrolling limit is reached, they are bumped over to page 2. 🙂

    1. Diana, no disrespect but I have been doing this for 14 years. Do you think I do not understand how the articles run down the page? Admin puts up articles in the morning before he goes to work. Up until 15 minutes before I broadcast, I’m calculating which articles to cover and how to cover them. 1. the article in question was not the article at the bottom of the page. 2. I had just looked at that which was the bottom article on the page, and when I turned on the site upstairs on the broadcast, it was still the article at the bottom of the page. The article I wanted was 3 or 4 articles above it, just like this happened recently. Anyway, now we have to find out what is shutting off the SAM broadcaster program that I bought and paid for. We have to do this every time they come up with an update. I know its probably just a coincidence, but I don’t think it is. Do you? I appreciate your heads-up, but in this instance, it just wasn’t necessary. 🙂 🙂 🙂

      1. Right, Henry. How it’s not working the way it’s supposed to work, this is definitely no coincidence. They can try to update the truth that comes through the Trenches, but it will never work. I’m pulling for you guys. Wish I could be there to serve up some home made, anti-hacker stew for everyone over there who is doing battle right now.

  3. Something to chew on:

    “The Bill of Rights isn’t about us, it’s about them. It isn’t a list of things we’re permitted to do, it’s a list of things they aren’t allowed even to consider.”
    — L. Neil Smith

    “We should be teaching our children the scientific method and the reasons for a Bill of Rights. With it comes a certain decency, humility and community spirit.”
    — Carl Sagan

    “The Framers of the Bill of Rights did not purport to ‘create’ rights. Rather, they designed the Bill of Rights to prohibit our Government from infringing rights and liberties presumed to be preexisting.”
    — William J. Brennan

    (On this one above, I’d change the word “presumed” to “affirmed.”)

    “The Bill of Rights does not come from the people and is not subject to change by majorities. It comes from the nature of things. It declares the inalienable rights of man not only against all government but also against the people collectively.”
    — Walter Lippmann

    “The Bill of Rights is a born rebel. … In every clause it shakes its fist in the face of constituted authority. It is the one guaranty of human freedom to the American people.”
    — Frank I. Cobb

    “The civil rights of none shall be abridged on account of religious belief or worship, nor shall any national religion be established, nor shall the full and equal rights of conscience be in any manner, or on any pretext infringed.”
    — James Madison

    “The belief in potential human virtue underlies the whole idea of the Bill of Rights; the document is a very tough guardian of that belief.”
    — Roger Rosenblatt

    “Let us hope our weapons are never needed – but do not forget what the common people of this nation knew when they demanded the Bill of Rights: An armed citizenry is the first defense, the best defense, and the final defense against tyranny.”
    — Edward Abbey


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