There Are Few Coincidences In Politics And War

IN THIS WAR BETWEEN THE LEFT AND US, NUMBERS ARE THE AMMUNITION.

TODAY’S THE DAY:

Anne and I are counting down, and in less than A Dozen-Hours, we will be crossing the border between Canada and the USA for a Winter South of the Border . . . 1-Month in the Georgian Foot Hills amongst Conservative Friends.

And on November 11th, remembering our FALLEN WARRIORS.

And we are not coming with empty hands.

Courtesy of Les and Ann Green (Pledge Riders), Les being a proud US Veteran himself, we have already been registered to attend an American Legion Supper to COMMEMORATE our HEROES.

Last year, when Anne, Stryker and I stood with our American Friends paying Homage to all of our Heroes, many of them who have served with distinction, something was seriously lacking.

OUTSIDE OF ANNE AND MYSELF . . . NO ONE WORE A POPPY:

Anne and I were inundated with people who were either staring at us, or who asked where we got the POPPIES, as we were told that there was a SNAFU, and for some reason, no POPPIES were available, but that won’t happen this November 11th, because on Saturday (October 31st) . . . Anne, Stryker, and I visited a Canadian Legion nearby, AND CLEANED THEM OUT OF POPPIES.

I don’t think from their reaction, they had ever received a larger single private DONATION for POPPIES. But, knowing that it was for their American Brothers and Sisters who served, they were only too happy to help out, digging deep into their “STASH” of POPPIES, knowing that their inventory would be replenished in hours.

SO ANNE, STRYKER, AND I ARE NOT COMING EMPTY HANDED.

AFTER 1-MONTH IN THE GEORGIAN MOUNTAINS . . . CENTRAL FLORIDA HERE WE COME:

Anne, Stryker, April (the cat) and I, will be rolling into West Palm Beach, on or about December 1st, where we will stay for slightly under one month, long enough to celebrate Anne’s SIXTY-FIFTH BIRTHDAY amongst Friends and Relatives, on December 24th . . . Christmas Eve.

SIXTY-FIVE IS A BIG YEAR.

AND FROM FLORIDA . . . WE’LL BE IN AUSTIN TEXAS FOR THE NEW YEAR:

We’ll arrive in Austin on the 28th of December, where we long ago made Reservations at the Steiner Ranch Steak House, to bring in the New Year, where how the Near Year is brought-in Texas Style.

Anne and I are both indeed BLESSED to have so much to look forward to.

AND WHAT WILL WE BE DOING ON THE ROAD?

As I’ve written in the recent past, I fully intend to add HUNDREDS OF THOUSANDS of new people to Galganov.com by offering WEEKLY NEWSPAPERS unique access to one Galganov.com Editorial every week.

AND WE ARE WELL ON OUR WAY TO MAKING THAT HAPPEN:

All of the graphics and presentation material to “WOO” THE WEEKLIES has been done. And here is what we will be doing:

GALGANOV DOT COM, the NON PROFIT Federally Chartered Corporation of this BLOG, will be offering a Weekly Editorial available ONLY to the WEEKLIES for FREE . . . well not entirely FREE, but with an easy caveat.

For the WEEKLY to have a FREE And UNIQUE Galganov.com Editorial, all they have to do, will be to accept to include a THREE LINE AD from one of our local sponsors, from where their WEEKLY is distributed.

It will be up to GALGANOV DOT COM to make the advertising sale, which will be MORE than affordable to each sponsor. And if all of this comes together, we can easily increase our REACH TO MANY HUNDREDS OF THOUSANDS OF READERS, instead of the TENS OF THOUSANDS OF READERS who currently visit Galganov.com.

AND IN THIS WAR BETWEEN THE LEFT AND US . . . NUMBERS ARE THE AMMUNITION:

There is no reason why this BLOG cannot reach Readers into the MILLION MARK, since each WEEKLY can reach from several THOUSAND people, to many THOUSANDS of people.

Also . . . while driving, sleeping and eating on the road to Austin, I will also be putting this year’s PLEDGE RIDE together, which, if it all works out as is being planned, which I am confident it will, it will be quite extraordinary.

AS FOR THE TITLE OF THIS EDITORIAL:

A Russian Passenger Plane crashed this past weekend for no apparent reason, after leaving Cairo, while flying over the Sinai Desert near Israel.

Russia is at HOT WAR with Arab Jihadists in Syria, and is killing Islamists from the skies. And all of a sudden, a non-military Russian Passenger Plane is taken out at just over 30,000 feet, which is considered to be the safest altitude during any flight.

THE ISLAMISTS HAVE TAKEN CREDIT FOR DESTROYING THE PLANE:

Even though Islamists have already claimed victory and responsibility for the downed Russian Plane, everyone from the Russians on down is saying that the reasons for the crash are not conclusive.

When it comes to WAR & BATTLE . . . to me – CONVENIENCES are always at the very bottom of my list, as it seems to also be to several key National Airlines as well, including Air France, which has already said they will no longer fly over the Sinai, until there is IRREFUTABLE PROOF that the Russian Plane was NOT TAKEN DOWN by Islamists. Where’s the surprise?

My next Editorial will be written from the Homeland Of Freedom.

Best Regards . . . Howard Galganov

19 Comments

  • I’ve been saying the same thing for years. We had better wake up in both the US and Canada before it’s too late here. Europe is probably past the point of no return. If you don’t do away with cock roaches, they will take over the house!!!
    There are large cities in this country that are already infected. Wake up America….

    Winston "Flash" Gordon, Corpus Christi, Texas
  • Have a good trip Howard.
    Keep your eyes and ears on.
    Stay safe.

    John Ross, Ancaster, Ontario, Canada
  • When you are in Georgia there is a small town called Jasper, outside of Atlanta about 1 hour. If you are looking for fellowship, which you probably have plenty of, but if you want there is a place there that has great teachings, and they are very much in favor of Israel, and if you are in any way interested you can e-mail me and I will be glad to give you more information. From your editorials I am sure you would enjoy this group.
    Have a safe trip.
    Shalom
    Pat

    Pat Eubank, Cheyenne, Wyoming, United States
  • When I was a young lad in Iowa and Minnesota, paper poppies were everywhere on Armistice Day (now called Veterans’ Day; Remembrance Day in Canada and the U.K., I think). They were sold by the streams of Foreign Wars, I think. Somehow the custom died out, and more’s the pity. I was in Toronto a few years ago, and bought a plastic poppy, which I still wear on Veterans’ Day. I am not alone; you see a few here in northern Virginia.

    William J. Laux, Fairfax, Virginia
  • On the way to the Sunshine State, don’t pay any special attention to Muslim males you may encounter between the ages of 18 and 35. They’ll only be refugees from Syria that our illustrious Pretendent has brought to America.
    PS: In Florida you’re permitted to have a loaded concealed weapon – even if you don’t have a concealed weapons license – as long as the firearm is encased in a closeable container. PSSSSST…. that means you glove compartment.
    Safe travels to you, Anne, Stryker, and April!

    Perry Birman, Boca Raton, FL
  • Have a wonderful safe trip, and a very special Thanksgiving and Christmas with family and friends. We look forward to seeing you yawl in Texas!!!

    Winston "Flash" Gordon, Corpus Christi, Texas, United States
  • Wishing you, Anne, Stryker and April a GREAT trip. Welcome to the United States of America. AMEN!

    PAULINE M DEMERS, Woonsocket, RI - USA
  • As a Canadian living in Georgia I observed that wearing poppies on Remembrance (Veterans) Day is a forgotten custom here. My Cdn friends sent shipments of them and last night I began handing them out to strangers, reminding them of the history and the importance of such a “remembrance”. Moina Belle Michael from GA was inspired to wear a silk poppy in 1918 after reading Canadian John McCrae’s poem, In Flanders Fields. She wanted to “keep the faith with all who died”. I am honoured to do the same

    Pam McDermott, Covington, Georgia
  • WELCOME “HOME” HOWARD & ANNE! Bud Farrell Georgetown, Texas

    Bud Farrell, Georgetown, Texas, United States
  • I was born in West Palm Beach and my entire family–4 living generations is still there. If you need ANYTHING while you are there, let me know. If someone in my family doesn’t do what you need, they’ll know someone who does. I’m also a December baby–got cheated out of a proper birthday!!

    Teri Newman, Belleville IL
  • My wifes BD is Dec 23. Bet both have a great one this year!
    Good trip. Keep up the good work lad.

    Kenneth Oldfield, Hasselt, Belgium
  • Have a good trip Howard , stay safe . I invested in a Heavy Duty Snowblower this year and now I have to stay home and use it !

    Bruce Caskenette, Cornwall Ontario
  • We are leaving for Fort Lauderdale on Thursday and I will also be carrying a “BOUQUET” OF POPPIES for anyone we meet along the way. Have a great trip
    Chimo
    Ray

    Ray Laws, Ottawa, Ontario, Canada
  • Congratulations, Howard!! You have made life so interesting for Anne & yourself – have a good trip and have a good time down south. Happy Birthday to Anne on Christmas eve, you young lady, you!!!

    I’ll keep reading your blogs – at least you’re going to have fun!! We, in Canada, will continue slogging to see whether we can persuade enough people to stop the City of Ottawa from being made “officially bilingual”.

    Kim McConnell, Ottawa, ON Canada
  • Thank you Howard for all you do for so many. God Bless you, Anne, Stryker, and April. Have a safe trip and enjoy the Holidays. “Happy Birthday” to Ann next month.

    Gerry Quinlan, St. Charles, Missouri
  • Happy birthday to Ann. Happy Thanksgiving, Merry Christmas, Happy Hanukkah, & a Happy New Year to you both.Thank you guys for all you do and stand for. God’s safety and Grace be with you guys in your travels. Keep the rubber side down.

    Frank Canzone, Franklin, North Carolina, United States
  • I have lived in several states the last 25 years and came back to Minnesota a year ago. It seems like MN and Iowa are the only states that have poppies. It seems like folks in other states don’t understand the meaning of the red poppy. I think that is sorta sad. Have a safe trip back to the states and wishing you all the grandest holidays and a happy Birthday to Ann. 65 is a magical age…Ardella

    Ardella Simacek, Waseca, Minnesota USA
  • Sounds like a great trip. While in West Palm Beach, visit the Bach Bar at the Breakers, and Atlantic Ave. in Delray Beach.
    It is a great area and at this time for the most part void of Little Barry’s people, although I understand they are on the way with ideas not in our interests.

    Paul Branch, Osprey, Florida USA
  • Since you are going to be in central Florida I have a two suggestions for you. 1. Attend Landmark Baptist Church, svcs @10AM, 11AM, 7PM on Sun and 7:30P on Wed. Listen to gospel903. com on the internet or 90.3FM. You will enjoy it. It is absolutely the best conservative gospel radio on the air.

    Kenneth Lee, Lake Alfred, Florida, United States

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