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Delusional Trump Says That NY Tax Law Doesn’t Apply to Me, I’m Not President

Trump Orders Pentagon To Hold Massive Military Parade In His Honor

The Washington Post:

President Trump’s vision of soldiers marching and tanks rolling down the boulevards of Washington is moving closer to reality in the Pentagon and White House, where officials say they have begun to plan a grand military parade later this year showcasing the might of America’s armed forces.

Trump has long mused publicly and privately about wanting such a parade, but a Jan. 18 meeting between Trump and top generals in the Pentagon’s tank — a room reserved for top secret discussions — marked a tipping point, according to two officials briefed on the planning.

Surrounded by the military’s highest ranking officials, including Defense Secretary Jim Mattis and Joint Chiefs Chairman Gen. Joe Dunford, Trump’s seemingly abstract desire for a parade was suddenly heard as a presidential directive, the officials said.

“The marching orders were: I want a parade like the one in France,” said a military official who spoke on the condition of anonymity because the planning discussions are supposed to remain confidential. “This is being worked at the highest levels of the military.”

 

It has been done before after all. Nuremberg, Germany 1937 for example.

 

 

Lithuania’s Gay Pride Parade Suffers Fire Bomb Disruptions and Fascists But Still Goes On!

Baltic Pride in Vilnius suffered a firebomb attempt last night, but Lithuania’s first gay parade went on under the protection under the guard of hundreds of soldiers and city police.

\Opponents of Lithuania’s first gay pride parade threw smoke bombs and tried to break through a barrier but were stopped by police firing tear gas,  Fascist groups also lined the parade route with megaphones to hurl insults at the marchers

Bu that did not stop them.  Holding large rainbow flags and dancing to music blaring from loudspeakers, they walked along a road near the city’s Neris river. About 400 people took part in the two-hour march — dubbed “For Equality” — in a sealed-off area in downtown Vilnius. Holding large rainbow flags and dancing to music blaring from loudspeakers, they walked along a road near the city’s Neris river.

Protesters carried crosses and signs and shouted insults at rally participants. A Catholic Mass at the nearby national cathedral was held to pray for homosexuals. “Sweden has already wiped out traditional families. Now they came over here to tell us how to live, how to think and who to sleep with. Lithuania will not allow such perversions,” said Jonas Kempinskas, who walked from the Cathedral to the protest holding a huge cross. (And yet, Jonas Kempinskas, Sweden is far more successful and popular and pleasant than Lithuania ever has been or will be. Curious, isn’t it?)

Those who marched in Lithuania are all heroes!