Monday, July 24, 2017

Katanga The Untold Story (Of U.N. Betrayal)

I would also refer to my earlier post on Jadotville and The Wild Geese. This film from the early 1960s is an interesting look at what was going on in Congo and Katanga. These experiences unfortunately became part of the playbook to be used later on to change Rhodesia (now Zimbabwe) and South Africa.

I quite stumbled on this film by accident. I am surprised that I had not seen it before. The otherwise well filmed Siege of Jadotville for Netflix doesn't really get into any of this at all. Which does not surprise me at the least.

Friday, July 21, 2017

Poland Is Leading The Way.

Hat tip WRSA (link)

If Poland is ticking off the EU, then you know that they are doing something right. The Poles are definitely sticking their thumb in the eye of the globalists. Maybe the spirit of Sobieski is not dead.

Tuesday, July 18, 2017

Khauzuarabstian: A Primer and Brief History of the Geographic Wonder (Part Two)

Tied into this post.

The KhaZulu arrived on Khauzuarabstian around 300 years ago. They trace their arrival to a large fleet of Arabian slave ships that were run aground on the continent. A majority of the KhaZulu survived the grounding and flourished in the southern part of the continent.

They live in kraals of varying size. Their wealth is measured in cattle, hence the need for large expanses of grassland and veldts. Their military might is primarily infantry, with very little cavalry and artillery. The infantry is typically armed with knobkerries and assegai. They do have units armed with rifles, but their effectiveness does not reach Imperial troop quality. Do not underestimate their power when they attack in large numbers.