Monday, July 19, 2021

Rothschild's scheme to conquer the world

In this documentary video, you will learn how a few rich elite families and billionaires, headed by the Rothschild, get organized to totally control the whole world. In order to achieve their goal of global dominance, they first must have full control of three tools or weapons. The first one is a weapon of mass deception; mass media, with television being the main one. This is how the Rothschilds became the owner of the world's largest central news services....You will be stunned.

 

Friday, July 16, 2021

French Clash Against Police (video)

The French people rose up to fight for their freedom. After hearing President Macron speech on television, stating that he will force all the French to get vaccinated, the French rose up in rebellion against what it is a 'de Facto' sanitary dictatorship, on July 14, 2021, which is an important historical day. The taking of the Bastille, which marks the beginning of the French Revolution, symbolizes the fight for individual freedom.

The French and other European governments sanitary measures are clearly a serious infringement of basic individual liberty and violation of human rights. According to the international Nuremberg Law and to Dr. Reiner Fuellmich, forcing and subjecting human beings to vaccines and untested medicine and medical treatment is a crime against humanity. All these measures have an immediate historical background, which is World War II Nazi concentration camps. Therefore, people have the moral rights to fight back, to struggle for survival, using any means at their disposal.

Below video showing French people fighting against tyranny. (bitchute.com video by Hugo Talks)

Also read: 'Legacy of the American Democracy'



Thursday, July 8, 2021

Tucumanos famosos en la historia

La célebre frase del actor bonaerense Federico Luppi: "¡¿Qué tengo que ver yo con un tucumano o un salteño?!" sigue resonando en mi cabeza de hombre del interior. Tal afirmación o declaración de este actor cosmopolita, que despreciaba al interior, inevitablemente la relaciono con la burla y desprecio en vivo, por la televisión de Buenos Aires, que una vez hizo el conductor del programa Polémica en el Bar, Mariano Iúdica, de los tucumanos y el acto patrio del 9 de Julio (desfile cívico-militar).

Estas expresiones anti-tucumanas, o anti-norteñas, tal vez hubieran quedado almacenadas en mi sótano mnemónico como tenues luces que titilan en el subconciente, pero las declaraciones del presidente porteño Alberto Fernández: "...los argentinos vinimos en barcos..." hicieron que las tenues luces se transformaran en reflectores o faros de alerta. ¿Qué hubiera dicho mi abuela materna, que era mitad india y mitad española, de nuestro pequeño presidente? Si los argentinos vinieron en barcos, para la distorcionada forma de ver al país que tiene nuestro enano del Ejecutivo, mi abuela, mi madre, mis hermanos, yo y todos aquellos que tenemos genes indios, no somos del todo argentinos, por lo tanto, tenemos menos derechos, porque somos parcialmente argentinos.

¿Será por ello que, en este apartheid nacional, Alberto Fernández sigue fielmente los dictados de Bill Gates, Soros, Zuckerberg y los políticos demócratas yankis, violando nuestros derechos constitucionales con cuarentenas para matarnos de hambre, destruyendo las economías del norte argentino? En un acto de traición a la patria y de nuestra soberanía nacional, Alberto Fernández y la prensa porteña decidió resetear, hacer desaparecer, a los descendientes de quienes no vinieron en barcos de Europa.

A continuación la lista de hombres ilustres y famosos nacidos y educados en Tucumán que sí tuvieron mucho que ver con la vida de Federico Luppi:

-Juan Bautista Alberdi: nació en 1810, frente a la plaza Independencia de San Miguel de Tucumán. Abogado, periodista, músico, y autor de 'Bases y puntos de partida para la Constitución Nacional'. Promotor de los derechos y libertades cívicas, influenció enormemente en la política migratoria nacional para llenar los espacios vacios de la Pampa con inmigrantes europeos, que permitió a los abuelos italianos de Federico Luppi afincarse en la provincia de Buenos Aires.

-Nicolás Avellaneda: nació en 1837, a 60 metros de la plaza independencia de la capital tucumana. Hijo de Marco Avellaneda, fue presidente de los argentinos entre 1874 y 1880. En su último año de mandato, envió al Congreso Nacional el proyecto de federalización de Buenos Aires, la Ley 1029, la cual transformó a la ciudad portuaria en la Capital de la República Argentina. Su Segunda Campaña del Desierto pacificó y aseguró que el malón no atacaran más a las colonias de inmigrantes que se establecían en la provincia de Buenos Aires, entre ellos los abuelos de Luppi y Iúdica.

-Julio A. Roca: nació en la finca el Vizcacheral, provincia de Tucumán, actual ciudad de Las Talitas. Fue dos veces presidente de los Argentinos. Fue fundador de las principales instituciones nacionales que hicieron posible el funcionamiento de la República. Creó el Registro Civil, donde se asentaron los nacimientos de Luppi, Iúdica, y Fenández, como así también el ingreso al pais de sus abuelos de raza aria morocha del sur de Italia y de España. También, junto con su ministro de Educación, Domingo F. Sarmiento, de San Juan, estableció la educación laica y objetiva, libre de dogmas religiosos y politicos, con la Ley 1420. Con esta ley, Federico Luppi pudo ir gratis a la escuela primaria, donde aprendió a leer y escribir. En 1898, también creó la primera moneda nacional: el Peso (40 centavos oro), y extendió considerablemente las líneas del ferrocarril, lo que les permitió a los abuelos de Luppi progresar y viajar en tren a la Capital Federal.

-Gregorio Aráoz de LaMadrid: este caudillo y militar tucumano fue comandante del ala derecha del Ejército Grande de Urquiza, posibilitando la victoria de este último en la batalla de Caseros en 1852, sobre las fuerzas del gobernador de Buenos Aires Juan Manuel de Rosas. Esto permitió la organización nacional, lo que a su vez posibilitó que los abuelos de Luppi vinieran al pais.

-Marcos Paz: nació en 1811 San Miguel de Tucumán, donde cursó sus primeros estudios. Como abogado, fue Senador de la Nación durante la presidencia de Urquiza, y vice-presidente del gobierno de Mitre, durante cuyo gobierno la provincia de Buenos Aires se unió a la nación. Fue diputado activo de la convención que reformó la Const. Nac. para que la pcia de Buenos Aires pudiera ingresar y ser parte de la República Argentina.

-Antonio Alvarez Condarco: este militar tucumano fue fabricante de pólvora y explosivos, y cartógrafo del general San Martín durante la campaña libertadora.

-Dolores 'Lola' Mora: nació en El Tala, en el límite interprovincial de Tucumán y Salta. Fue escultora de primer nivel. Estudió artes en Italia. Cinceló 'Las Nereidas', de estilo neoclásico, ubicada en la Costanera Sur de la ciudad de Buenos Aires, donde una vez Federico Luppi se sacara una foto. También es autora de las estatuas de 'La Libertad', el 'Juan B. Alberdi', los bajos relieves de la Casa Histórica (Casita de Tucumán), donde se declaró la Independencia Nacional, 'El Progreso', 'La Paz', 'La Justicia', monumento a Nicolás Avellaneda, etc, como así también ángeles y arcángeles para las tumbas de personas ilustres en la Recoleta.

-Alberto Prebisch: nació en San Miguel de Tucumán en 1899. Este arquitécto fue intendente de la ciudad de Buenos Aires entre 1962-63. Diseñó, en 1936, el obelisco de Buenos Aires, cuyas postales, Luppi enviaba a sus primos de Italia. También fue autor de innumerables salas de teatro y cine de Buenos Aires y Tucumán.

-Raul Prebisch: fue, hermano de Alberto. También oriundo de Tucumán, fue economista renombrado, siendo secretario ejecutivo de la Comisión Económica de las Naciones Unidas para América Latina y el Caribe. Sus trabajos influenciaron notablemente en las políticas económicas de varios gobiernos argentinos.

-César Pelli: arquitecto nacido en Tucumán autor de las Torres Petronas de Kuala Lumpur. Estudió en la escuela de arquitectura de la Universidad Nacional de Tucumán. También es autor del Museo de Arte Moderno de Nueva York, del World Financial Center en NY, la Gran Torre Santiago, etc. Fue decano de la Universidad de Yale.

-Tomás Eloy Martínez: también nacido en la capital tucumana, fue escritor, periodista, ensayista y guionista de cine a nivel nacional. Fue director del noticiero telenoche.

-Mercedes Sosa y Ramón Ortega: cantantes populares renombrados a nivel latinoamericano. Como eran muy morochos, seguramente sus ancestros no vinieron en barco, por lo tanto, para Alberto Fernández, no eran argentinos. Seguramente que, si viviera, le hubiera obsequiado la vacuna Johnson & Johnson, la que produce coágulos, como una especie de solución final.

Friday, July 2, 2021

Mauser Semi-automatic Rifles

The first semi-automatic Mauser rifle was the self-loading Model 98. It was designed by Peter Paul Mauser and was patented on February 20, 1898. It was a short recoil-operated rifle. Chambered for 8 mm caliber ammunition, the semiautomatic Model 98 was of locked breech design, featuring a fixed barrel. When this rifle was fired, the recoil caused movement of an inertia side, which unlocked the breech.

In 1902, Mauser developed another semi-automatic rifle, but it was long recoil-operated and fired 7,92mm caliber ammunition. However, the M1902 Gewehr (rifle) was not commercially successful as it was not manufactured in great number. In 1908, yet another semiautomatic design was manufactured, but never mass produced; it was the Model 06-08. On all three rifles, a selector on the right side of rifle allowed the infantryman to employ it as a single-loader, manual-operated repeater or as a semi-automatic weapon. Also, in all three cases, the rifle chamber was fed from a fixed box magazine.

Below, diagram of the M1902 semi-automatic Mauser rifle mechanism.


In 1916, during WW1, Mauser developed the M1916 Selbsladendkarabiner (auto-loading carbine). It was also a semiautomatic weapon, but it was fitted with a delay blow-back system for loading and cartridge casing ejection. During the Great War, it was employed only by the Imperial Flying Corps. Due to the fact that it was expensive to manufacture, it was made in limited number, too.

Below, the semi-automatic carbine developed by Paul Mauser in 1916


Although they were reliable military rifles, they were not adopted by the German Army (Kaiserlich Deutsches Heer). Therefore, they were never mass-produced. The Imperial German Armed Forces preferred the bolt-action (manual-operated), caliber 7.92mm, M1898 Gewehr, which would be used in World War I.

Thursday, July 1, 2021

Tank Defense Against Missiles

The Russian Army, along with a Russian private firm, developed their own Active Protection System (APS), which is a new kind of protection against oncoming anti-tank missiles and rocket-propelled grenade (RPG). This protection is not a new type of armor but a high-tech device that intercepts the missile in flight before it reaches the tank. The advantage of being equipped with this defense system is that it prevents the tank from being overburdened with heavy plates of additional armor.

The new antimissile tank defense consists of a ring of small wave radars surrounding the tank turret, with each one of them set at slightly different angles, pointing in different directions. When one of the radars detects an oncoming missile or anti-tank grenade, a computer immediately tracks it and determines the potential site of impact. Then the computer activates an antimissile munition, which pops out of the tank turret and hit the oncoming missile right before it strikes the tank hull.

The Russian APS defense against missiles (video)

Monday, June 28, 2021

Fire Support in the Pacific Theater (WW2)

Naval guns, Army and Marines field artillery, and carrier-based aircraft provided the fire support for the US and Allied troops landing on the shores of Japanese-held islands in the Pacific Theater of Operation. In order to establish a beachhead, naval gunfire and carrier-borne attack aircraft were essential and vital. Without them, the island-hopping campaign from Guadalcanal up to the Okinawa island would have been impossible. Once on land, these fire support weapons were augmented with infantry mortars, M9 bazookas, and AAA strategically fielded on the ground.

Field howitzers

The US field artillery consisted of 75-mm pack howitzers, 105-mm howitzers, as well as 155-mm howitzers and guns. For direct support of infantry spearhead troops, the 75 and 105-mm were the most widely used artillery pieces in the Pacific Theater of WW2. Thus, battalions of both types of howitzers were set up in direct support of infantry battalions. On the other hand, the 155mm howitzers were deployed as counter batteries against attacking enemy artillery, which were emplaced either in pillboxes or in holes in nearby hills. Therefore, big-caliber howitzers were ideal for softening up entrenched enemy positions that bristled with artillery pieces, mortars, and machine guns.

Air fire support

To soften up the enemy-held territory and to secure the beachhead,  the US and British Navy employed the Grumman TBF Avenger, SB2C Helldiver, the F4U Corsair, and the Fairey Barracuda. All four of them were carrier-based; however the Vought F4U was the only one which had primary been conceived as a fighter but turned out to be also an excellent ground attack aircraft.

Naval guns

The powerful 406mm US Battleships guns and the 203mm of the Northampton Class cruisers provided fire support for landing US Marines and Army troops in the Pacific.

Below, the Vought F4U Corsair, a lethal carrier-based fighter that also proved to be an excellent ground-attack aircraft capable of carrying up to 1800 kg of bombs.


Below, the powerful 406-mm naval guns of the USS Iowa battleship heading towards Peleliu


Fire Support during the landing on Tarawa (Betio)- video


Wednesday, June 23, 2021

Sixth SS Panzer Army

The 6th SS Panzer Army was a powerful military unit of the Waffen-SS. Formed on October 26, 1944, it was composed of five SS Panzer Divisions, which were reinforced with two German Army and Luftwaffe's elite divisions. Although at the beginning it was not considered as an army of the Waffen-SS, it was put in reserve, under the command of SS-Oberst Gruppenführer Josef "Sepp" Dietrich, as the Sixth Armored Army. Their men saw combat action both on the Western (the Ardennes Counteroffensive) and the Eastern Front (Hungary) at the end of World War II.

Composition

The armored divisions making up this mighty SS military unit were 1st SS Division Leibstandarte "Adolf Hitler", led by Wilhelm Mohnke; the 2nd SS Panzer Division "Das Reich", under Heinz Lammerding; the 9th SS Panzer Division "Hohenstaufen", commanded by Sylvester Stadler; the 12th SS Panzer Division "Hitlerjugend", led by Hugo Kraas; the Wehrmacht's 6th Panzer Division, and the Luftwaffe's 10th Fallschirmjäger Division. All these units were grouped into two SS Corps: the I SS Panzer and the II SS Panzer Corps.

Brief History

Upon creation, the 6th SS Panzer Army was put in strategic reserve, while the German Army High Command drew the future battle plans. Then it would play a key role in the Battle of the Bulge, leading the northern wing of the Ardennes counteroffensive on December 16, 1944. Its unit gouged out big holes in the Allied positions, pouring deep into enemy-held territory. However, their efficient and powerful tanks (Tiger I and Panther) ran out of gasoline as the counteroffensive ground to a halt.

On January 8, 1945, Adolf Hitler ordered the Sixth Armored Army to withdraw to be refitted as it had suffered heavy casualties and loss of armored vehicles. Next, it was transferred to Hungary, with the new official designation as 6th SS Panzer Army. However, their units were forced to fall back to Vienna, Austria, by an unrelenting Red Army offensive. Finally, this Waffen-SS army was pushed out of Vienna and their commanders surrendered to the US Army.

Below, a map shows the 6th SS Panzer Army position at the beginning of the Ardennes counteroffensive, with the main and final objective being the Belgian port of Antwerp.


 Below, a StuG III assault gun of the 6th Panzer Army's 9th SS Panzer Division Hohenstaufen on the first day of the Ardennes counteroffensive


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