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January 4, 2011: Steven John Hibbs / The Tonka Report (TTR) – January 4, 2011
2011 will prove to be a difficult year for many, many Americans, myself included. Our country has been hijacked by Nazi-Zionist traitors who are hell-bent on destroying this Republic and creating a fascist dictatorship…
As I ready to embark upon a month long journey - where it will end I still have no clue - I can’t help but leave a bit of humor in my wake.
Until next time, enjoy the video! - SJH
Polar Bears Playing With Spy Video Cameras
Global Warming Fraud: Debunking Myth Polar Bears Are Drowning!
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December 25, 2010: Wikipedia And YouTube / The Tonka Report (TTR) – December 25, 2010
Watch the video below! - SJH
Through the week leading up to Christmas, parties of German and British soldiers began to exchange seasonal greetings and songs between their trenches; on occasion, the tension was reduced to the point that individuals would walk across to talk to their opposite numbers bearing gifts.
On Christmas Eve and Christmas Day, many soldiers from both sides – as well as, to a lesser degree, from French units – independently ventured into no man’s land, where they mingled, exchanging food and souvenirs. As well as joint burial ceremonies, several meetings ended in carol-singing, or – famously – games of football.
The truce is seen as a symbolic moment of peace and humanity amidst one of the most violent events of modern history. It was not ubiquitous, however; in some regions of the front, fighting continued throughout the day, whilst in others, little more than an arrangement to recover bodies was made.
The following year, a few units again arranged ceasefires with their opponents over Christmas, but to nothing like the widespread extent seen in 1914; this was, in part, due to strongly worded orders from the high commands of both sides prohibiting such fraternisation.
The truces were not unique to the Christmas period, and reflected a growing mood of “live and let live“, where infantry units in close proximity to each other would stop overtly aggressive behaviour, and often engage in small-scale fraternisation, engaging in conversation or bartering for cigarettes.
In some sectors there would be occasional ceasefires to go between the lines and recover wounded or dead soldiers, whilst in others there would be a tacit agreement not to shoot while men rested, exercised, or worked in full view of the enemy.
However, the Christmas truces were particularly significant due to the number of men involved and the level of their participation – even in very peaceful sectors, dozens of men openly congregating in daylight was remarkable… (Read more below)
Christmas In The Trenches: December 24, 1914 - Stunning Image Collage And Ballad!
The Tonka Report Editor’s Note: This is an incredible historical video of the WWI Christmas Truce in 1914 that is accompanied by an absolutely beautiful folk ballad telling the story. Listen to the lyrics! A must see…
With that said, what this illustrates is that it is not the people who start the wars. It is the elite, the royalty, the bankers, and the industrialists who profit from the massacre of millions fomented through deception… - SJH
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November 27, 2010: Steven John Hibbs / The Tonka Report (TTR) – November 27, 2010
Falstaff beer was one of, if not the first beers I ever tried back in the Sixties while raiding my parents refrigerator listening to Cream…
Their sound was characterised by a hybrid of blues, hard rock and psychedelic rock, combining Eric Clapton’s blues guitar playing with the voice and basslines of Jack Bruce and the jazz-influenced drumming of Baker. Wheels of Fire was the world’s first platinum-selling double album.
Cream is widely regarded as being the world’s first notable and functioning supergroup. In over two years, they sold over 35 million albums.
Cream’s music included songs based on traditional blues such as “Crossroads” and “Spoonful“, and modern blues such as “Born Under a Bad Sign“, as well as more eccentric songs such as “Strange Brew”, “Tales of Brave Ulysses” and “Toad”. Cream’s biggest hits were “I Feel Free” (UK, #11), “Sunshine of Your Love” (US, #5), “White Room” (US, #6), “Crossroads” (US, #28), and “Badge” (UK, #18).
Cream made a significant impact upon the popular music of the time, and along with Jimi Hendrix popularised the use of the wah-wah pedal. They provided a heavy yet technically proficient musical theme that foreshadowed and influenced the emergence of British bands such as Led Zeppelin, Deep Purple, and The Jeff Beck Group in the late 1960s. The band’s live performances influenced progressive rock acts such as Rush, jam bands such as The Allman Brothers Band, Grateful Dead, Phish and heavy metal bands such as Black Sabbath.
Source: Wikipedia – http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cream_(band)
Cream: Falstaff Beer Commercial (Audio Only)
Cream: Crossroads (1968)
Cream: Sunshine Of Your Love (1968)
Cream: Badge (2005 Reunion)
Cream: We’re Going Wrong (2005 Reunion)
Bastards! Here’s the YouTube link… http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vc0m7e4UnIY&playnext=1&list=PL6AC250FBE2CB2C2C&index=8
The Tonka Report Editor’s Note: “We’re Going Wrong” is the friggin’ understatement of the decade! - SJH
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