The future of SST

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SST is MY blog.  It will remain that until I check out of the net.

SST WILL NOT become a vehicle for; clear enemies of the US, vile people who attack others and seek to wound them,  obsessives compulsive about frenzied hysteria such as climate change, Trump, CODIV-19 or any other such scar on the mind pf mankind.

People, some of whom I clearly know, who once kissed my hand and who now come to SST in the hope of injuring me will be eliminated from participation as I identify them.

SST will continue to publish on a wide variety of subject that I, as editor, find interesting.  

If you can abide by my rules, you are welcome here.  If not, go inhabit some other place.  pl

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17 Responses to The future of SST

  1. Barbara Ann says:

    It is a privilege just to be able to read your fascinating blog Colonel and I hope to do so for many years to come. In occasionally offering comments I willingly submit to your editorial tyranny. I do so out of great respect for both your values and your wisdom. Long live SST.

  2. Serge says:

    God bless you, I say the following as a latent socialist Québécois nationalist with certain sunni jihadi sympathizing tendencies: Reading SST throughout these years made me rediscover my long-dormant love for the USA and what she ultimately stands for, without being too cliched I thank you for your great patience Colonel and the truly unique platform you have created here which, I think, remains and will remain unrivaled throughout all corners of the internet in its offerings of breadth/depth of knowledge and experience.Thank you,for everything.

  3. Jim Henely says:

    “You must study to be frank with the world; Frankness is the child of honesty and courage.”
    Robert E. Lee

  4. 10th Group colors. Splendid. DOL

  5. tpcelt says:

    I respect your post and SST. Please stay strong and well. I tonight made a contribution in support of your work.

  6. Kai in Finland says:

    Please continue. It’s fascinating to read your posts.

  7. Haralambos says:

    Thank you, Col. Lang for your site. This very good news from the BBC caught my attention this morning: “A breathing aid that can help keep coronavirus patients out of intensive care has been created in under a week.” https://www.bbc.com/news/health-52087002
    I believe such collaboration between government, academe, and industry shows what is possible when they turn their attention to many of the challenges facing us.

  8. Unhinged Citizen says:

    The breadth of topics and the collective credentials of Mr. Lang and contributors make this one of very few blogs I actively follow.
    Please keep it that way.

  9. Bill H says:

    I will not only submit to your “tyranny,” I respect and greatly enjoy it. It is what makes this place as valuable as it is.

  10. Charlie Wilson says:

    Colonel
    I know I have pissed you off many times but I hold you and your principles in the highest regard.
    Total respect.

  11. Linda says:

    No problem for me

  12. turcopolier says:

    ED
    Not a coat of arms. It is the regimental “Color” (flag) of the 10th Group of the 1st Special Forces Regiment. There is also a coat of arms, and distinctive insignia. The background color of this flag is “Jungle Green” which is the color associated with the Special Forces Regiment. It appears on uniform trimmings, etc. There are other colors associated with all the other basic branches of the US Army; light blue for infantry, yellow for armor, red for artillery, etc. On the blazon in the center there is a Fairbairn Commando knife to indicate the character of the regiment. There is a wiki on US Army Special Forces. The blad eagle is the national animal of the US. In one claw it holds the laurel branch of peace and in the other the arrows of war. The eagle’s head is turned to the laurel branch. Over the eagles head are the crossed arrows that are the branch insignia (collar) of the SF. “De Oppresso Liber” is the motto of the regiment. There is also a national color which is simply the US flag. The two flags are normally marched together in a color party. The US national color is never dipped to honor someone or something but the regimental color is.

  13. turcopolier says:

    ED
    They are. Are you a 70 year old man or the Lolita of the dreams of some here?

  14. Richard Morchoe says:

    Grateful for Sic Semper Tyrannis.

  15. Jim S says:

    Sir, please continue writing here through the end of the year. The best is yet to come.

  16. harry says:

    Bravo Sir. You do fine work and are clearly a patriot. FWLIW, I applaud you.

  17. English Outsider says:

    SST is a beacon of sanity in a crazy world, Colonel. Please keep it going!
    You mention the virus. It’s hit Europe like a bomb. I have little confidence that the sclerotic European administrations will handle the effects of it right. I notice that the European governments including mine are still supporting sanctions in the ME and that this will seriously hamper the efforts of countries there to combat the pandemic. Quem Deus vult perdere …
    I hope that you and your committee of correspondents keep well. And that SST continues as it did – there are many of us for whom that matters.

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