War is Hell” is a phrase attributed to Civil War general William Tecumseh Sherman. It is only going to get worse in the world. If we ever had a politicians that were honest with is, they would warn us that our way of life is in deep danger here in America. Just look around. We are all connected to what is going on in Ukraine, Russia, North Korea, South Korea Taiwan, China, Israel, Gaza, Iran, Yemen, Iraq, Afghanistan, etc….we are one world. We cannot be isolationists. I have warned for a long time we are in World War III, many do not see it. Many do not know the history of World War II, it started before they called it a world war. Study up! If were it not for America and our allies, we would not be here.

From The Atlantic:
The years leading up to the declaration of war between the Axis and Allied powers in 1939 were tumultuous times for people across the globe. The Great Depression had started a decade before, leaving much of the world unemployed and desperate. Nationalism was sweeping through Germany, and it chafed against the punitive measures of the Versailles Treaty that had ended World War I. China and the Empire of Japan had been at war since Japanese troops invaded Manchuria in 1931. Germany, Italy, and Japan were testing the newly founded League of Nations with multiple invasions and occupations of nearby countries, and felt emboldened when they encountered no meaningful consequences. The Spanish Civil War broke out in 1936, becoming a rehearsal of sorts for the upcoming World War — Germany and Italy supported the nationalist rebels led by General Francisco Franco, and some 40,000 foreign nationals traveled to Spain to fight in what they saw as the larger war against fascism. In the last few pre-war years, Nazi Germany blazed the path to conflict — rearming, signing a non-aggression treaty with the USSR, annexing Austria, and invading Czechoslovakia. Meanwhile, the United States passed several Neutrality Acts, trying to avoid foreign entanglements as it reeled from the Depression and the Dust Bowl years. Below is a glimpse of just some of these events leading up to World War II. (This entry is Part 1 of a weekly 20-part retrospective of World War II)

From History: In late August 1939, Hitler and Soviet leader Joseph Stalin signed the German-Soviet Nonaggression Pact, which incited a frenzy of worry in London and Paris. Hitler had long planned an invasion of Poland, a nation to which Great Britain and France had guaranteed military support if it were attacked by Germany. The pact with Stalin meant that Hitler would not face a war on two fronts once he invaded Poland, and would have Soviet assistance in conquering and dividing the nation itself. On September 1, 1939, Hitler invaded Poland from the west; two days later, France and Britain declared war on Germany, beginning World War II. More Here

The U.S. launched another retaliatory strike against Houthi militants in Yemen on Friday following Thursday’s large-scale airstrikes, according to U.S. Central Command.

The airstrike targeted a Houthi radar site and was a direct response to the launch earlier in the day of an anti-ship fired at a ship in the Gulf of Aden that fell harmlessly into the water. More Here

FGGAM News Director Chuck Akeley Reports:

Several U.S. lawmakers have argued that President Biden’s attack yesterday against Houthi terrorists was in violation of the U.S. Constitution, Article I, Section 8.[11], which specifically grants Congress the right to declare war. Although President Biden notified Congress of the forthcoming military action, he did not request congressional approval. More Here

Got Questions states: Many people make the mistake of reading what the Bible says in Exodus 20:13, “You shall not kill,” and then seeking to apply this command to war. However, the Hebrew word literally means “the intentional, premeditated killing of another person with malice; murder.” God often ordered the Israelites to go to war with other nations (1 Samuel 15:3Joshua 4:13). God ordered the death penalty for numerous crimes (Exodus 21:121522:19Leviticus 20:11). So, God is not against killing in all circumstances, but only murder. War is never a good thing, but sometimes it is a necessary thing. In a world filled with sinful people (Romans 3:10-18), war is inevitable. Sometimes the only way to keep sinful people from doing great harm to the innocent is by going to war. More Here


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