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The Word From the Trenches – June 19, 2018

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24 Responses to The Word From the Trenches – June 19, 2018

  1. # 1 NWO Hatr says:

    80 now, 87 hi, 59 lo. Blue skies… no CHEMTRAILS yet. YAY!!! πŸ™‚

  2. # 1 NWO Hatr says:

    LOVE AC/DC!!! (the band)

  3. Mary in ND says:

    80 and overcast…..

  4. # 1 NWO Hatr says:


    Time for that new windshield now… YAY!!! πŸ™‚

  5. Katie says:

    Encore, encore! Thank you, Henry.

  6. JoeSTP says:

    Henry you have it down, you are ten times the man, than Joe Mcshit!!!

  7. Hal Apeeno says:

    I aint a Federal agent either.
    This is why I left that old rag inverted, and hanging, brother.
    Spot on again!

  8. galen says:

    Geez Henry, you be so smart. No kiddin’. And today I learned a new word: affiant, a person who swears to an affidavit. Thank you!

    And concerning the founders… Someone posted a talk here a few months ago; it was by an ex-insider. Can’t remember name of ex-insider, but I remember him saying that Hamilton wanted Washington as King and that Hamilton, Madison and Jay were Britain-Firsters. Referring to Constitutional shenanigans he quoted Jay saying: “We need the ability to coerce.” So chilling, I wrote it down. The speaker also said that 85% of intel is aimed at us, We The People. Ha!! We already knew that, but to hear it from the ex-insider made it more real. Oh man, they know we know.


  9. galen says:

    Here is the original version of the song the caller recommended, performed by Hoyt Axton who also wrote it:


    Lyrics — https://genius.com/Hoyt-axton-oh-im-a-good-old-rebel-lyrics

    Song — https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=f8ZA_8l3YVg


  10. galen says:

    I know the South had its problems too, but this is one of my favorite performances:



    • Koyote says:

      Hi Galen.
      The only flag I have any respect for is a Confederate battle flag, a symbol of the first war that the US fought against outright communism( the confiscation of real property).

      • galen says:

        I have one hangin’ in me home. You can’t imagine the looks I get. I just still think of it as a symbol of the rebel. And I have a deep love for the culture of the south. I know it wasn’t perfect, but the bloody commie union… I’d a fought ’em. Elvis’s song makes me wanna believe again. Man, we have so much work to do.


  11. Koyote says:

    As always brother. Ya did great. I hope the LORD blesses me one day enough that I can at least shake your hand.
    Your Friend KOYOte

  12. mary in ND says:

    just finished listening to today’s hour….WOW….needs to go viral!

    thank you Henry for listening to the micro(cephalic) effect so I don’t have to

  13. avgjoe says:

    was another great broadcast, as usual i listen a day late using the podcast for road trips and commutes, thank you very much for the archives.

    and yes the flag is super masonic full of their symbolism.

    “Many vexillologists (scholars of flags) believe Washington’s coat of arms influenced the design of America’s “Stars and Stripes.” Others believe it derived from the military standard of Great Britain, a Union Jack in the upper corner of a field of red (cf. Canada’s former flag). Both may be true; but as pointed out here, the convention of representing the flag’s stars specifically as pentagrams did not develop till the early 19th century, when American Masons made the symbol prominent.

    You can see them on the flag of the District of Columbia, which reproduces his arms, and on artifacts at his home.”

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