#195 – Mixing The Colors

#195 – Mixing The Colors

More and more US troops landed in Korea in July-August 1950, only to get immediately crushed by the North. The segregated African-American unit, the 24th infantry of the 25th division, got special criticism for their inability to stand their ground. Yet the US/UN...
#195 – Mixing The Colors

#194 – General Kimchi

The next US unit to face the North Koreans was the 34th infantry – 1981 men, but still no tanks, no anti-tank weapons. Did the US learn from their first disaster in Korea? Meanwhile, on 10 July, Dougie Mac was formally appointed Commander-in-Chief of the United...
#195 – Mixing The Colors

#193 – Yanks Vs Tanks

The first US troops to engage the North Koreans was “Task Force Smith” at the Battle of Osan. They were sent in there by MacArthur to deliver “an arrogant display of strength.” It was a complete disaster. There something secret here that only members can see. Probably...
#195 – Mixing The Colors

#192 – Stop The G—ks

MacArthur recommends “the full utilization” of the US military to Korea and Truman approves. Although the UK was completely and utterly broke, they agreed to get involved, even though privately they didn’t buy the American claim that Kim was taking orders from Moscow....
#195 – Mixing The Colors

#191 – The Lumpy Phallus

Gen Douglas MacArthur, the “American Caesar”, was a rabid Christian who believed it was his personal mission in life to crush communism and help the United States dominate world affairs. A complete narcissist, he enjoyed the company of prostitutes and sycophants, and...