Glückliches Neujahr


I didn’t understand the rush to leave 2012… only to arrive in ’13. We survived last year and should have just remained there.

‘Thirteen holds little promise.

We have never faced an oppressive Marxist government that promises to crush our freedom as does this government.

I don’t see that as a reason to “celebrate”… 13 is an unlucky number… you may have heard; some swanky hotels’ floors jump from 12 to 14 without a thought.

So should we.

To think otherwise is to dance to the last of Nero’s fiddling.

We are literally in a desperate fight for our future… and this time (unlike the Marxists who routinely espouse it) it truly is “for the children.”


For those of us closing in on Social Security, the fight isn’t for us… it is for people 30 and below, who (if and when they awaken) must become the true Real Americans — conservatives — and if they do not my friends, then this is truly is our Thermopylae and we are The 300; for now, today we are Wake Island and Bataan and the Little Big Horn.

Without young Real Americans, we are but fighting a beau jest, defending what was previously the greatest societal experiment in the history of mankind.  And sadly it will end with a whimper, not a roar.

Nonetheless, I was fortunate to spend the last day of  2012 in the delightful company of Deanna, some of her friends, family, food and music.

And for that I am grateful.

I have more friends than I deserve (one-third are dogs) and I believe that even those who disagree with me will admit that I truly believe in, adhere to and vociferously defend everything I say.

Ride to the sound of guns…..


About Gary Alexander

Volunteer coordinator for veterans support network in North Texas. Now retired from his private psychotherapy practice, I specialized in the diagnosis and treatment posttraumatic stress, working with victim assistance programs, veterans and the Veterans Administration for over 20 years. After being wounded in action in Vietnam, I was medically retired from the Marine Corps and know first hand many of the readjustment difficulties and psychological stresses experienced by today's OIF and OEF veterans. I am available, at minimal cost, to speak at your functions on several subjects including veterans issues, Vietnam, the Medal of Honor, Posttraumatic Stress Disorder and critical incident debriefings.
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5 Responses to Glückliches Neujahr

  1. Yes! Finally something about entertainment.

  2. Emma Bancroft says:

    We have a rash of American right wing commentators who love to use the term ‘Marxism’, clearly with no idea of what Marx and his theories were about. To describe the US current administration as ‘Marxist’ is ridiculous.

  3. Emma Bancroft says:

    What is the reasoning behind the photograph of British actor Sean Bean at the head of this page?
    While not being very politically outspoken Sean’s politics are well to the left, I think that someone has shot themselves in the foot through lack of research here…..

    Bean is a little bit political–not enough to really enter the debate on any issues, but he’s spoken of inheriting his father’s interest in political debate:

    I like to keep abreast of the world political situation. My father has always been very clued up, politically. I used to enjoy talking to him–arguing a lot of the time–about principles of politics, so I kind of inherited that.2

    He’s expressed respect for Britain’s “Old Labour” Party and the former Labour MP, Tony Benn,3 meaning he likes the principles of the Labour Party, but with a more conservative twist.4 Or, it could be that Bean resents the Labour Party’s constant push toward bigger government and more bureaucracy? He once said, commenting on a tiff with American airport security:

    I know security is important, especially at the moment, but I can’t stand mindless bureaucracy. I said I didn’t want to get on his f*****g plane anyway, and the police escorted me out of the airport!5

    • Sean Bean…. I’m a big fan since Sharpe’s Rifles.

      The use of the photo (which is kind of viral on this side of the pond) is merely an illustration of a “leader” warning of tough times, I would think. It has nothing to do with his politics of which I know nothing…

      As Far as Marx I have no interest in the minutiae of collectivist theory… just that redistribution of wealth is simply a big step toward communist; socialism always fails and the only possible outcome is tyranny, unless patriots intervene.

      “I know security is important, especially at the moment, but I can’t stand mindless bureaucracy. I said I didn’t want to get on his f*****g plane anyway, and the police escorted me out of the airport!”

      With you there in spades… even with a life-long love of aviation, I hate to fly any more; the “mindless bureaucracy” has tipped the scales against.

      Thanks for dropping by..

  4. July 12… I just got this, weird…

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