The Texas Faculty Bloodbath

I want neither so as to add something to nor subtract something from President Trump’s…

I want neither so as to add something to nor subtract something from President Trump’s condemnation of final Tuesday’s atrocity at Robb Elementary Faculty in Uvalde TX, close to San Antonio. Eighteen yr previous Salvador Ramos shot lifeless 19 elementary college students and two courageous lecturers, who died making an attempt to defend their younger fees. How was it allowed to occur, and the way can we cease it from taking place once more?

As ordinary politicians have been operating round like headless chickens. No offense supposed however none has been extra headless than State Senator Roland Gutierrez, who desires to cross knee-jerk gun management legal guidelines. For the reason that taking pictures was virtually definitely arrange by the Correa Group, who would provide weapons to shooters if want be, violating the Second Modification is not the way in which ahead.

Governor Greg Abbott, who comes throughout as a pleasant chap however a bit dim, no offense supposed, desires to amend Texas’s psychological well being legal guidelines. Once more this received’t cease additional shootings. The important thing level to understanding mass shootings is that they’re invariably organised. The motives of the shooter(s) is/are irrelevant, because the resolution to kill just isn’t theirs. They’re simply cogs within the wheel.

Our understanding of mass shootings has not moved on because the Sandy Hook taking pictures in December 2012, which as all ya’ll will recall concerned a number of shooters. The essential work of research and intelligence gathering has not been achieved, sadly leaving America large open to additional shootings. It’s personally irritating for me, since not one of the well-connected and influential individuals who get copies of my columns has been keen to cross them on to US lawmakers.

The Texas state authorities doesn’t have entry to severe intelligence assets, nor will there be a severe investigation into the Uvalde taking pictures. The shooter (it does appear that just one shooter was concerned) is lifeless, case closed. That would be the official perspective at any fee.

Nobody will ask how he obtained to the goal faculty, who drove him if he was pushed to the varsity, who chosen that specific faculty and why. As ordinary regulation enforcement and the media have obsessed with the weapons Ramos was in a position to purchase and are overlooking the ammunition. Nobody is asking how he was in a position to purchase a model new truck out of his earnings in a quick meals restaurant, certainly nobody is taking a look at his funds in any respect. As far as I can inform he didn’t really buy the ammo.

When you obsess on the concept Ramos acted alone you lose all skill to analyse the incident objectively. A severe intelligence analyst can be taking a look at different mass shootings, looking for to attract comparisons. The investigation, reminiscent of it’s, into Uvalde, will most certainly be led by the FBI. In different phrases it received’t be a severe investigation. Certainly, because the FBI is below the efficient management of the Correa Group, who most likely recruited Ramos, they’d in follow be investigating themselves.

Jose Flores

The NRA ought to be capable to head off Democratic assaults on the Second Modification, however with respect they lack the mental capability for severe intelligence evaluation and the willingness to take heed to individuals who do. I haven’t reached out to the NRA this time – they by no means reply. The lights are on, however no one’s house.

The regulation enforcement ways in Uvalde are inflicting puzzlement for commentators with out information of the Correa Group and its strategies. Virtually universally these commentators assume that the regulation enforcement position was to cease Ramos, reasonably than facilitate his rampage.

If you happen to assume that regulation enforcement in that a part of Texas is corrupt and was making an attempt to facilitate the murders then the prolonged delay earlier than entering into is sensible. It additionally made sense for the feds to execute Ramos to stop him speaking – lifeless males don’t speak. The Germans are at all times keen to expend their very own property as a way to obtain wider objective, certainly it was a regular tactic in each world wars. If you happen to work for the Germans you’re expendable.

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Naturally Correa Group affect would function on the prime. The junior officers should have felt annoyed on the inaction while younger children had been dying and others had been screaming down their telephones for assist.

My provisional evaluation is a door was left open to permit Ramos entry to the youngsters, that the police delayed coming into the classroom as a way to permit Ramos as a lot time as doable to kill as many children as doable and that when additional delay now not grew to become an possibility the choice was taken to execute Ramos for worry that he would possibly attempt to reduce a deal to keep away from the demise penalty. In Texas you may be executed if you happen to commit a capital crime over 18 years of age.

I’m optimistic by nature (I’m nonetheless together with the PayPal hyperlink, for instance) however on the similar time I attempt to be goal. No classes will realized from Uvalde, sadly. American legislators at each state and federal stage will proceed to be as bewildered by mass shootings as earlier than. The NRA will proceed to simply accept them as a tragic truth of life. The Correa Group, as ordinary, will get away scot free and can proceed to have the ability to organise mass shootings of Individuals at will.

Anxious mother and father ought to perceive that America is in a quasi-war with the Federal Republic of Germany, that the US intelligence group, sadly, is lower than the duty of participating with the Germans, any greater than the British, and that Germany will proceed to wage struggle on American kids. Faculty safety must be improved, though there’s not a lot level in having safe doorways if somebody’s going to go away them open.

Lecturers ought to be given firearms coaching and armed wherever doable, ideally with computerized weapons, and ought to be issued with flak jackets to be worn in an emergency. Background checks on faculty workers should be tightened.

Irma and Joe Garcia

Every classroom ought to have a discreetly operated alarm button linked to the closest police station, modeled on these utilized in banks. A separate alarm in every classroom ought to be able to activating a warning siren, alerting the group to a faculty assault in progress. The top trainer ought to be capable to sound the all-clear when the state of affairs is below management.

Lecturers Eva Mireles and Irma Garcia (whose devoted husband Joe died of a damaged coronary heart days after the homicide of his spouse, making 4 kids orphans), who died defending their college students, ought to be posthumously awarded the Presidential Medal of Freedom with distinction. Every ought to have an elementary faculty named after them. Educating is a noble career. Those that die shielding their kids from violent madmen deserve the best commendation.

William Sidis

William Sidis

There’s a fascinating article by Paul Truelove within the June version of Mensa Journal, the journal of British Mensa, on the American genius William Sidis (1898-1944). (Tragic story of essentially the most clever man who ever lived, p.42). William was thought to have an IQ of between 250 and 300. Truelove, to whom I shall copy this column as a courtesy, offers figures of 160 for Einstein and Professor Hawkins, 180 for Leonardo da Vinci and 190 for Sir Isaac Newton. (I’m not that he realised that considered one of his readers can be up there with Sir Isaac!)

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William, who was virtually definitely homosexual, enrolled in Harvard at 13, graduating at 16, by which era he was fluent in no fewer than seven languages. As a boy he was stalked by the press and bullied. As a person he was thrown into jail on a bogus cost, virtually definitely organized by the Abwehr, humiliated and impoverished.

America paid a tragic worth for the persecution of William Sidis. Had he been an adviser to President Roosevelt he would virtually definitely have noticed the Pearl Harbor assault in time to permit Nagumo’s strike pressure to be ambushed north of the Hawaiian islands by submarines and land-based bombers. He would additionally most likely have been in a position to determine who arrange the Nice Despair and why (it was the Abwehr, in fact).

He would possibly properly have noticed German property Admiral Ernest King and Basic George Marshall, sparing the US Navy and Military (and in flip the Military Air Forces) from being run by enemy spies for the entire of America’s participation in World Struggle II. Sooner or later somebody will work out the value in blood and treasure America paid for side-lining and ignoring her brightest son.

Pope Paul VI

Our group accomplice Jerry has lengthy focused these with excessive intelligence. My file on the Vatican was opened within the early 70s, following an IQ check (I used to be invited to a common viewers with His Holiness Pope Paul VI in 1975 on the age of 18). Phrase on the road is that my DVD file was opened in about 1972. The Cupboard Workplace tried to pressure me out of college in 1979 by jacking up abroad college students charges mid-course. The Training Secretary, Mark Carlisle, was powerless to cease them, having been requested to take action by the superb MP for Cardiff North, the late Ian Grist.

Given the identified correlation between sexuality and intelligence, it’s totally doable that German intelligence’s focusing on of gays from 1933 to 1945 and, utilizing the AIDS bioweapon, from about 1960 (albeit that mass casualties didn’t begin till about 1980) was attributable to their greater common intelligence. It’s unlikely that it was attributable to homophobia, provided that Admiral Canaris himself was homosexual.

The Grey Report

It was virtually an excessive amount of to hope for – a senior Cupboard Workplace official with integrity. Sadly it seems that Sue Grey was leant on. At any fee her report appears to be like to have been watered down. When it lastly emerged it was the most important damp squib in Whitehall since Man Fawkes and the boys didn’t blow up Parliament.

Man Fawkes

Tory MPs are already discounting it. So removed from being protected stress is mounting on each Boris and the oleaginous (no offense supposed) Cupboard Secretary, Simon ‘von’ Case. They’re combating a rearguard motion however it’s as doomed because the Franco-Ukrainian protection of the Azovstal steelworks.

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As energy drains away from Boris (the monkey) and Simon (the organ grinder) momentum is constructing behind that good man Lord Frost. A lot of senior Tories are nonetheless hung up on the concept it’s a must to be an MP to be Prime Minister, despite the fact that by my rely Frosty can be the 24th Prime Minister to serve from the Home of Lords, albeit the primary since 1963.

West Somerset Railway


Courtesy of some good mates (homosexual, in fact) I’ve simply spent per week within the lovely county of Devon. Naturally I managed to slot in a journey on a steam practice. The West Somerset Railway is absolutely value a go to. It’s the longest steam line in Britain. The engine is a Nice Western Railway Churchward 2-8-0 freight engine, 2857, inbuilt 1918 to a 1903 design. Even AMTRAK doesn’t have locomotives that previous!

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GWR 2857

The Queen’s Platinum Jubilee

Platinum Jubilee

While Covid was get together time within the Cupboard Workplace and Quantity 10, the place they little question celebrated the variety of previous people they’d been in a position to bump off with their ridiculous insurance policies, this week it’s the nation’s flip.

Thursday and Friday are Financial institution Holidays, marking Her Majesty the Queen’s Platinum Jubilee. No British Monarch has reigned for therefore lengthy, not even good previous King George III.

I shall in fact be becoming a member of my native beacon lighting and avenue get together, to not point out going to Lord’s for the Check Match. My subsequent column, which is able to on the struggle, until Jerry organises one other mass taking pictures, ought to be out by June 11th.

This week’s film evaluation: High Gun: Maverick (2022, dir. Joseph Kosinski)

Launched to theaters within the UK final week High Gun: Maverick if something is even higher than the unique. It’s not simply good, it’s excellent, arguably the best film ever made about naval aviation. The air fight sequences are brilliantly achieved.

Sensibly the US Navy made out there not only one, however two nuclear powered plane carriers, USS Abraham Lincoln (CVN-72) and Theodore Roosevelt (CVN-71). Assault carriers are big-ticket objects – you possibly can’t simply ask the Pentagon to borrow them to make any previous film.

Tom Cruise, a pal of an acquaintance, reprising his position as Captain Pete Mitchell (“Maverick”), is great within the lead position, however there’s robust help from Val Kilmer, movingly taking part in Admiral Kazansky (“Iceman”), Ed Harris, taking part in Rear Admiral Cain and others. It’s very properly casted.

F-14 Tomcat fighter jet on the deck of an plane service

It’s extra than simply an motion film. High Gun: Maverick makes the case for manned fight plane. Rear Admiral Cain is an fanatic for drones, which in follow can solely function in uncontested airspace. The evil baddies are so imply they might be Germans.

The rating is great, because of Hans Zimmer and Woman Gaga, who’s to not be confused with Joe Biden (he’s Mr Gaga, no offense supposed). They didn’t mess with the theme tune, fortunately.

30 knot shot

Ignoring the truth that Iran already has nuclear weapons (she just isn’t talked about by identify however the goal nation is clearly Iran) the plot is properly thought out. There’s even an honorable position for the expensive previous F-14 Tomcat and a pleasant sequence on the finish involving a P-51D Mustang. The Tomcat now in fact is as vintage because the Mustang was in 1986. The dialog isn’t refined however no one goes to a High Gun film for the dialog. If you’d like refined dialog watch Downton Abbey.

There’s no level British readers complaining that I’m smitten by an American film about US naval aviation. There are two causes aside from the excellence of the manufacturing itself, one private and one strategic.

Nobody has ever honored me greater than the US Navy did in 2006 when flying me out to Enterprise (CVN-65), the place I used to be handled very properly. In flip I shall honor the US Navy till the day I die. Secondly, we’re allies and mates. Our friendship has been solid in battle because the day Admiral Rodman’s 6th Battle Squadron joined the Grand Fleet in Scapa Stream.

Poole, Burnell; Sixth Battle Squadron, Grand Fleet Rear Admiral Hugh Rodman, United States Navy Commanding; Britannia Royal Naval School;


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