A Declaration of War

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Declaration of War

Yesterday I told my neighbor I was making plans for three days to declare war on ISIL for the reason they are destroying works of art, and selling artifacts to fuel their murderous attacks on women and children. As the President of Royal Rosamond Press, my newspaper is dedicated to the protection of the arts, and artists. Two hours later, the President of the United States, Barack Obama, and the coalition of Arab Nations he gathered together, struck at ISIL in Syria. I support this action, and bid all creative Bohemian, left-leaning, freedom-loving, liberal people, to do the same, for we are their main target, just as we are the main target of the Republican Christian-right who has made it their mission to defund the Arts and NPR.

After 911, George W. Bush, and his Coalition of Lying Co-terrorist, employed a terrorist attack to launch several covert operations, the foremost being to destroy the anti-war movement, the anti-nuclear plant demonstrations, and the Democratic Party itself. This is why the co-terrorists told a legion of lies, and sent Colin Powell to the United Nations to wave around a fake vile of anthrax while claiming Saddam Hussain was preparing to launch payloads of anthrax on rockets. To employ a heroic black man, turn him into a co-terrorist, was aimed at black people in the Democratic party, who are systematically opposed by Red State neo-Confederates, who with Bible and gun in hand have declared a holy war against the Disbelievers, those who objected to Bush bringing “God’s gift of liberty” to Iraqis – who rejected this gift.

Eleanor Roosevelt campaigned relentlessly to desegregate the Armed Forces.  She is cheering from her grave to see a black man who lives in the White House, lead our Armed Forces as Commander in Chief, against a truly evil force that is hell bent on enslaving all of woman kind, given the chance.   The reason we go over there is to defend the Civil Rights of all the people of the earth from monsters who hate freedom of choice, and at the same time murder the innocents in the name of God/Allah.

I beseech the liberal left-leaning citizens of Great Britain support this war against true tyranny.  Progressive American Women married British subjects, and contributed to the brand of democracy we find today in a nation that used to be a monarchy. Nancy Astor, and Lady Churchill installed Women’s Liberation in England, that would come up against Hitler and his gang of Art Looters. High class German women took delight in their men taking away the Civil Rights of the Jews, along with everything they owned, including their artwork and religious artifacts. Then came the mass-murder of mothers and their children.

The First Lady supported the Tuskegee Airmen, and insisted a black pilot take her for a spin. These black Air Force Pilots helped stop the looters of Europe’s Art.  ISIL are common thieves. There is nothing holy about them.

Jon Presco

President: Royal Rosamond Press

First Lady Eleanor Roosevelt was very interested in the work at the Tuskegee Institute, particularly in the aeronautical school. During a highly publicized 1941 visit to the Tuskegee Army Air Field, she asked to take a flight with one of the Tuskegee pilots.

Although the Secret Service was anxious about the ride, Chief Civilian Flight Instructor Charles Alfred Anderson, known today as “The Father of Black Aviation,” piloted Mrs. Roosevelt over the skies of Alabama for over an hour.

The Associated Press reports the Islamic State has taken to destroying key archaeological sites in Iraq and Syria– much of which includes the ancient land of Mesopotamia– and subsidizing their income with black market sales of ancient artifacts. In addition to Mosul, the Islamic State controls four ancient cities — Nineveh, Kalhu, Dur Sharrukin and Ashur– which gives them nearly unbridled access to a treasure trove of statues, tiles, and other highly-coveted items by collectors. Nineveh alone contains 1,800 of Iraq’s 12,000 registered archaeological sites.

Qais Hussein Rashid, head of the Iraqi state-run Museums Department, tells the Associated Press that increased awareness of their black market trading is necessary to combat the problem. “They are cutting these reliefs [of Assyrian King Ashurnasirpal II, in the city of Kalhu] into small parts and selling them,” Rasheed continued. “They don’t need to excavate. They just need a chain saw to cut the king’s head or legs if they want.”

Al Monitor notes that it is believed the Islamic State is making millions off the ancient artifact trade. Islamic State terrorists have been encouraging archaeological digs, they report, to generate more revenues to buy weapons. According to the newspaper, the jihadists “oversee the excavation sites and exact a 20% percent ‘plunder’ tax on the traffickers,” and adds an estimate from The Guardian that the Islamic State made $36 million in sales of antiquities from the al-Nabuk area alone.


However, America has not asked the UK to take part in direct combat action against IS fighters, also known as Isis or Isil.

Mr Cameron is to meet Iranian President Hassan Rouhani in an attempt to win backing for the West’s fight against the IS fighters. It will be the first time a British prime minister has met an Iranian president since 1979.

Senior Labour figures have indicated the party would listen “sympathetically” to the case for military intervention and said the situation was significantly different to last year’s vote on action in Syria.

Then the party voted down Mr Cameron’s plan to intervene after the Syrian regime used chemical weapons against its own people.

Shadow foreign secretary Douglas Alexander told Sky News Labour “understands and supports” the action taken by the US and urged Mr Cameron and Barack Obama to work for a UN resolution on action.


WASHINGTON — The U.S. and five Arab countries launched airstrikes Monday night on Islamic State group targets in Syria, expanding a military campaign into a country whose three-year civil war has given the brutal militant group a safe haven.Using a mix of manned aircraft — fighter jets and bombers — plus Tomahawk cruise missiles, the strikes were part of the expanded military campaign that President Barack Obama authorized nearly two weeks ago in order to disrupt and destroy the Islamic State militants, who have slaughtered thousands of people, beheaded Westerners and captured large swaths of Syria and northern and western Iraq.U.S. officials said the airstrikes began around 8:30 p.m. EDT, and were conducted by the U.S., Bahrain, Qatar, Saudi Arabia, Jordan and the United Arab Emirates. The first wave of strikes finished about 90 minutes later, but the operation was expected to continue for several more hours, according to one U.S. official, who spoke on condition of anonymity because he was not authorized to speak publicly by name about an ongoing mission. – See more at: http://bostonherald.com/news_opinion/2014/09/pentagon_us_partners_begin_airstrikes_in_syria#sthash.yjzVef2E.dpuf

Britain is ‘falling behind the curve’ on Iraq and Syria because Labour is refusing to ‘get off the fence’ on air strikes, Tory MPs have warned.

Parliament is likely to be recalled this week for a vote on military intervention after the US conducted air strikes for the first time in Syria.

Ed Miliband, the labour leader, has refused to say whether his party will support military action in Iraq despite pressure from the Conservatives.

Sir Gerald Howarth, a Tory back-bencher, said that Britain has a ‘moral duty’ to intervene. He said: “This is a big, serious, grown up international crisis. If the opposition cannot understand that and see the need for real action in the face of what has been one of the most serious threat to security for decades then what are they in the business for?

“I think they are betraying the national interest by refusing to say what they think about air strikes. We are falling behind the curve on this, there is a clear moral case for intervention.”





Born into the aristocratic family of the Dukes of Marlborough, a branch of the noble Spencer family,[2] Winston Leonard Spencer-Churchill, like his father, used the surname “Churchill” in public life.[3] His ancestor George Spencer had changed his surname to Spencer-Churchill in 1817 when he became Duke of Marlborough, to highlight his descent from John Churchill, 1st Duke of Marlborough. Churchill’s father, Lord Randolph Churchill, the third son of John Spencer-Churchill, 7th Duke of Marlborough, was a politician; and his mother, Lady Randolph Churchill (née Jennie Jerome) was the daughter of American millionaire Leonard Jerome. Churchill was born on 30 November 1874, two months prematurely, in a bedroom in Blenheim Palace, Woodstock, Oxfordshire.[4][5]


Nancy Witcher Langhorne Astor, CH (19 May 1879 — 2 May 1964) was an American-born socialite who made a second marriage to Waldorf Astor as a young woman in England. After he succeeded to the peerage and entered the House of Lords, she entered politics, in 1919 winning his former seat and becoming the first woman to sit as a Member of Parliament (MP) in the House of Commons.[Note 1] Her first husband was an American, Robert Gould Shaw II, and they divorced. She served in Parliament as a representative of the Conservative Party for Plymouth Sutton until 1945, when she was persuaded to step down.

First Lady Eleanor Roosevelt was very interested in the work at the Tuskegee Institute, particularly in the aeronautical school. During a highly publicized 1941 visit to the Tuskegee Army Air Field, she asked to take a flight with one of the Tuskegee pilots.

Although the Secret Service was anxious about the ride, Chief Civilian Flight Instructor Charles Alfred Anderson, known today as “The Father of Black Aviation,” piloted Mrs. Roosevelt over the skies of Alabama for over an hour.


With the advent of the New Deal’s work-relief projects, Pollock and many of his contemporaries were able to work as artists on the federal payroll. Under government aegis, Pollock enrolled in the easel division of the Works Progress Administration’s Federal Art Project, which provided him with a source of income for nearly eight years and enabled him to devote himself to artistic development. Some of Pollock’s WPA paintings are now lost, but those that survive–together with other canvases, drawings and prints made during this period–illustrate his complex synthesis of source material and the gradual emergence of a deeply personal pictorial language.

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1 Response to A Declaration of War

  1. Reblogged this on rosamondpress and commented:

    The news is saying our President is going to step up our war against ISIS – right after I call for a Crusade!

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