The first American Revolution took place on August 10, 1680 – – the Pueblo Revolt

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by Jonathan Smith, INDIAN COUNTRY TODAY:

Santa Fe, New Mexico

August 10, 2019:

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Pueblo people in New Mexico and Arizona celebrate the day their ancestors successfully drove out Spanish colonizers, allowing Pueblo cultures to survive and thrive.

August 10th marked the 339th anniversary of the Pueblo Revolt.

Pueblo communities in New Mexico and Arizona commemorate the day with various activities.

The Tesuque Pueblo held an early morning run from the Pueblo to the plaza in Santa Fe.

“Well today we are celebrating the two runners Catua and Omptua, the two runners from Tesuque Pueblo,” said, Gil Vigil, chairman of the eight northern pueblo council.

“The significant part if you will, (is) the preservation of traditional culture.  If we didn’t revolt in 1680, we would not have the traditions and culture we have today.  The songs, the dances we practice today.

Living the life we were instructed to live, from the time we set foot upon this earth.  So for us Pueblo people 1680 is a date that will live in infamy as they say in history.  This event reminds us of who we are as Pueblo people.  So for those of you not aware of our culture, the Pueblo Revolt was the first revolution on this continent for independence from a foreign nation. T hat is the purpose of our event today.”

One hundred miles to the south, in the Pueblo of Jemez, Cliff Fragua considered how the Pueblo Revolt impacts his work and his life.  He has the distinction of creating an iconic sculpture of Po’pay.  It’s in Statuary Hall at the U.S. Capitol representing the state of New Mexico.  Fragua’s respect for the historical event is evident.

“I live it everyday, let’s put it that way, because I live here in Jemez Pueblo.  It’s a small community but we still retain our language, our culture, and our traditions.  I participate communally with the traditions when it comes to farming and ceremony and whatever traditions we follow.  I think it is really important that we continue those.  If the 1680 revolt had not occurred we wouldn’t be where we are at today and we wouldn’t have what we have today.

And I think it is highly important that we think about that almost on a daily basis.  We should be grateful and appreciative of such an occurrence to happen.  Although it got to that point, it had to happen for our survival as Pueblo people.”

Santa Fe Mayor Alan Webber read a proclamation for the day naming it, Saturday August 10th, 2019 Pueblo of Tesuque 1680 Pueblo Revolt Commemoration Day.

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However,

In 1688, Don Diego de Vargas was appointed Governor of New Mexico, though he did not arrive to assume his duties until February 22, 1691.   He was assigned with the task of reconquering and pacifying the New Mexico territory for Spain.  In July 1692, de Vargas and a small contingent of soldiers returned to Santa Fe.   They surrounded the city and called on the Pueblo people to surrender, promising clemency if they would swear allegiance to the King of Spain and return to the Christian faith.   After meeting with de Vargas, the Pueblo leaders agreed to surrender, and on September 12, 1692 de Vargas proclaimed a formal act of repossession.

De Vargas’ repossession of New Mexico is often called a bloodless reconquest, since the territory was initially retaken without any use of force.   Later, when de Vargas returned to Mexico in early 1693 to retrieve a group of settlers, they had to fight their way into Santa Fe.   Warriors from four of the pueblos sided with the colonists, but most opposed them.   When the capital had been taken, Don Diego ordered some 70 of the Pueblo men killed.   Women and children were distributed as servants to the colonists.   Similar bloody fighting occurred at many of the other pueblos before the governor felt that the native people had truly submitted to his and the king’s authority.   The end of widespread hostilities did not mean an end to Pueblo resentment over continued heavy-handed treatment by the colonists.   The plundering of Pueblo stocks of corn and other supplies, to sustain the struggling colony, was a periodic occurrence that inflamed animosity. By the end of the century the Spanish colonization was essentially solidified.

THE 1680 PUEBLO REVOLT WAS ABOUT NATIVE RESISTANCE

“To celebrate Pueblo resistance as just a fleeting memory is contrary to combating the settler state today, and we cannot begin to take on the various issues that crush and kill us in our communities unless we name the systems that uphold them:  settler colonialism, capitalism and imperialism!!” – – Jennifer Marley

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Storming Area 51? – – forget it, it will never happen

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Storming Area 51 on September 20, 2019?

Forget it.  It will never happen.

Area 51 is a vital U.S. Air Force-based research, development and test complex for various programs relevant to our national defense interests and supported by our hard-earned tax dollars.

It has nothing to do with “UFOs” or “Aliens”.

It’s pure American leading-edge military technologies at work.

It’s there to develop advanced weapons systems that will ultimately protect our nation from any hostile nation and other enemies, foreign as well as domestic.

And it’s extremely well-protected.

Anyone or any group of people who crosses the perimeter line will easily be caught and will be prosecuted.

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“DEADLY FORCE” SIGNS ARE GONE SINCE 2016 BUT TRESPASSERS WILL STILL EASILY BE CAUGHT AND WILL BE CHARGED WITH ESPIONAGE

The four presently existing vintage HH-60U helicopters at the conglomerate facility will be more than sufficient to take care of any human intrusion:

(ABOVE INFORMATION, Courtesy of Joerg Arnu of Dreamland Resort)

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The utmost importance of RCS test facilities in America

by Tyler Rogoway, THE DRIVE, November 9, 2017:

https://www.thedrive.com/the-war-zone/15746/lockheeds-helendale-radar-signature-test-range-looks-right-out-of-science-fiction

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Most people would be blown away with how many elaborate installations dot the American landscape that are dedicated to the testing and development of new military technologies and weaponry.  These include everything from giant sound-stage like buildings used test missile seekers in action, to lakes where new submarine technologies are run through their paces.  They also include a number of outdoor radar cross section measurement facilities, commonly known inside the aerospace and defense world as “RCS test ranges.” 

These ranges are often mistaken for clandestine airstrips or have conspiracy theories related to underground bases or even alien technology slapped on them.

But their true role is to carefully evaluate the radar signatures of aircraft designs from different aspects and using different radar bandwidths.

CONTINUE READING AT:

https://www.thedrive.com/the-war-zone/15746/lockheeds-helendale-radar-signature-test-range-looks-right-out-of-science-fiction

ALSO CLICK THE FOLLOWING LINK FOR:

MORE ON RCS TEST RANGES

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“Deadly force” signs are gone from Area 51 since 2016, but trespassers will still easily be caught and will be charged with espionage

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Most folks seem to be unaware that in late 2015 the warning signs at Groom Lake Road “gate” have been replaced with new signs.

All of the old signs are gone.

There are identical new signs on either side of the road since 2016.

No more “Use of deadly force authorized” signs.

The new signs warn that it is illegal to fly drones in the area.

The line across the road is now clearly marked and the border a few hundred feet on either side of the road is marked with concertina wire.

A new mobile, remote-controlled FLIR camera tower, similar to the one that was added at the back gate a few years ago, now sits next to the road a short way inside the perimeter.  FLIR stands for “forward looking infrared”, meaning those cameras are designed to see even at night.

ABOVE, from Joerg Arnu of Dreamland Resort.

Yes, it is of utmost importance to know that anyone that trespasses will still easily be caught and will be charged with espionage, a serious federal crime that will affect your future.

What happens if I cross the Area 51 border?

“If you cross the border of the restricted area surrounding Area 51 FOR ANY REASON, the security guards, known as ’cammo dudes’, will detain you.  You will be pulled out of your vehicle, and held at gunpoint, face down on the ground.  The cammos will call the Lincoln County Sheriff.

When the sheriff shows up (usually about an hour later) he will arrest you and you may get to see the inside of the Lincoln County jail, while the sheriff investigates your story.

If he concludes that you accidentally crossed the line, you will be released after receiving a $650 citation for trespassing and a notice by the “Installation Commander” of an unspecified “Military Installation” that you are not welcome there.  In more severe cases the fine may be up to $5000 and possibly up to 6 months in jail.”

AGAIN ABOVE, from Joerg Arnu of Dreamland Resort.

Area 51 is a vital U.S. Air Force-based research, development and test complex for various programs relevant to our national defense interests and supported by our hard-earned tax dollars.

It has nothing to do with “UFOs” or “Aliens”.

It’s pure American leading-edge military technologies at work.

It’s there to develop advanced weapons systems that will ultimately protect our nation from any hostile nation and other enemies, foreign as well as domestic.

And it’s extremely well-protected:

The four presently existing vintage HH-60U helicopters at the conglomerate facility will be more than sufficient to take care of any human intrusion:

Anyone or any group of people who crosses the perimeter line will easily be caught and will be prosecuted.

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Possible B-21 test flight over Area 51 conducted on July 29, 2019?

Special report from Joerg Arnu of Dreamland Resort, July 30, 2019:

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“Last night between 12 a.m. and 2:30 a.m., I recorded a test flight in the Dreamland MOA on 377.250 MHz.

The test aircraft used call sign “ROMEO“, talking to Dreamland Test controller “RAMROD“.

Romeo flew a number of test runs testing on-board systems referred to only as Tango 1, 2, etc.

Code phrases were used for the test results of each run.

ROMEO was accompanied by chase aircraft “Juliet 41“, which also identified as N99NG.

That aircraft is a known Northrop Grumman test bed equipped with a JSTARS radome under its belly.

I record nightly test flights in the Dreamland MOA quite frequently.

But several things got my attention:

ROMEO did not refuel upon arrival, departure or for the entire 2+ hour duration of the test, so it is not a fighter jet but an aircraft designed for longer range.  Use of code words for systems and test results is common, but I had never before heard the code words used in this particular test flight.

The chase aircraft is a Northrop test bed, which would seem to indicate that the test aircraft is a Northrop project as well.

Both aircraft checked into the ranges coming fro the direction of Edwards AFB.

Most flight of N99NG can be tracked on ADS-B Exchange, but not this flight.

N99NG currently flies out of Edwards AFB.

What does all this mean?

You decide.

A systems integration test of the new Northrop Grumman B-21 Raider  (which is not officially supposed to fly until 2021)?

A system test of B-21 sub-systems?

Something entirely different?

Who knows, but quite interesting, nevertheless.

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https://www.dreamlandresort.com/scanner/2019-07-30-377.2500-Northrop_Test.mp3

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The best analysis of the ‘Phoenix Lights’ of 1997

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In my opinion, Tim Printy has:

THE BEST ANALYSIS OF THE ‘PHOENIX LIGHTS’ OF 1997

On March 13, 1997 something unusual happened over the state of Arizona.

An unusual formation of lights was seen to fly over the entire state.

The question is, “Who, or what, were these lights?”

If you ask any member of the public who saw them, you get mixed answers.

Those with a paranoid and/or “ET Believer” mentality, it was a top secret government project or aliens coming to visit us.

For those that are more skeptical, it appears that the objects were something strange but not extraterrestrial.

IF YOU MISSED THE ABOVE LINK, CLICK THE FOLLOWING AGAIN:

THE BEST ANALYSIS OF THE  ‘PHOENIX LIGHTS’  OF 1997

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B-21 to fly in December, 2021

by John A. Tirpak, AIR FORCE Magazine – – July 24, 2019:

The new B-21 Raider stealth bomber is making good progress and should fly in December 2021, USAF Vice Chief of Staff Gen. Stephen “Seve” Wilson said July 24.

Wilson, speaking at an AFA Mitchell Institute event in Washington, D.C., said the service continues to analyze its capacity for long-range strike.  The Air Force still believes it is short, and is reviewing alternative force mixes.

Speaking on deterrence and the need to modernize the nuclear command, control, and communications network, Wilson said he was at Northrop Grumman’s facilities in Melbourne, Fla. in the last few weeks, “looking at the B-21,” and said the company is “moving out on that pretty fast.”  Wilson said he has an application on his phone “counting down the days … and don’t hold me to it, but it’s something like 863 days to first flight.”

That would put the first flight of the B-21 in December 2021.  The Air Force has said from the beginning that the first B-21 would be a “useable asset” but has also said it doesn’t expect an initial operating capability with the B-21 before the “mid 2020s.”

Northrop Grumman CEO “Kathy Warden and her team are focused on software integration and making sure … we’ll have the software ready for the plane when it’s delivered,” Wilson said.

The Air Force is “focused on the development of the new bomber as well as modernizing the B-52,” with new engines and radar, “and we’re exploring the force structure between the B-1 the B-2 and the B-52,” Wilson noted.  “The general consensus is, we don’t have enough long range strike capacity, and that came out in ‘The Air Force We Need,’ ” study the service published last September.

“We continue to look at what that force will be for the future across the bomber force, what mix it will be.”  He maintained the service needs “at least 100” B-21s.”

Air Force Magazine asked Wilson why the service has not advanced the planned number of B-21s, given the acknowledged shortfall in bomber capacity.  The Air Force said in “The Force We Need” that it requires another seven bomber squadrons.  Increasing the planned buy would also have the effect of reducing the unit cost, by amortizing development over a larger number of units.

“That’s exactly what we’re looking at,” Wilson replied, as well as “what the right balance” will be as B-21s come online.  The service has yet to decide if it will extend the B-1 and B-2 bombers—slated to retire in the early 2030s—to increase the bomber fleet or simply go for an all B-21 and B-52 fleet. “But we can’t have four bombers” Wilson said.

Asked if the Air Force will have the new bomber plan by September, or in time for the fiscal 2021 budget, Wilson said only “it may take some time” before the Air Force reaches a final decision.  He acknowledged that Air Force Global Strike Command boss Gen. Timothy Ray has openly questioned whether the B-1 and B-2 should be retired as the Air Force has planned.

Wilson also said that while the Air Force “isn’t going to get any new B-52s,” AFGSC might still take “one or two more out of the boneyard.”  He noted that Ray has “already brought one B-52 out of the boneyard.”

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