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Donald Trump: I give Ahreemanic Tales 2 Thumbs Up! Story of the Black Jack, Pigs and Muslims! Back in the day in 20th Century, when there was no liberal Bull Shiite “Political Correctness”, there lived a great American Hero General.
In just 19 days, Donald Trump will be sworn in as the 45th president of the United States. Reporting for Sunday TODAY, NBC's Hallie Jackson looks ahead to what a Donald Trump presidency might look like, from promises to build a wall to thre Thousands are dying each week, the economy is cratering, and the president is at a total loss. Thousands are dying each week, the economy is cratering, and the president is at a total loss. It’s been 111 days since the first reported case o 5 May 2020 This was the story Trump told on the campaign trail beginning in spring 2016, repeating it periodically and then reusing to support his anti-Muslim 11 Jan 2020 For years, President Donald Trump has told a story that is as John J. “Black Jack” Pershing (a Missouri native) supposedly put down a Muslim how Gen. John J. 'Black Jack' Pershing had crushed a rebellion in the predominantly Muslim Moro Province of the Philippines after the. Spanish- American war.
22 Feb 2018 Mark Perry author of “What Black Jack Pershing Can Teach Us About Fighting Terrorists” [Politico, August20, 2017], while disagreeing with Trump
Abstract . This essay, adapted and expanded from an article published in Foreign Affairs, explores the origins of the legend used by Donald Trump to justify torture and war crimes against terrorists that Gen. John “Black Jack” Pershing had Muslim prisoners in the Philippines shot with bullets dipped in pigs’ blood. Aug 17, 2017 · WASHINGTON (AP) -- President Donald Trump is being criticized once again for lauding the alleged tactics of Gen. John Pershing in dealing with Islamic extremists in the Philippines at the turn of Jan 11, 2020 · For years, President Donald Trump has told a story that is as psychologically revealing as it is historically bogus. He approvingly recounts how U.S. Gen. John J. “Black Jack” Pershing Feb 22, 2016 · Trump shared what has been a called a "myth" about General John Pershing during a campaign stop in Pawley's Island, South Carolina, MSNBC reported. MSNBC reported on their website, according to the myth, Pershing "summarily executed dozens of Muslim prisoners in the Philippines with tainted ammunition during a guerilla war against the occupying United States."
About.com Urban Legends, "Black Jack Pershing vs. Muslim Terrorists," updated Feb. 19, 2015 Donald Smythe, " Pershing and the Disarmament of the Moros " ( Pacific Historical Review ), Aug. 1962
So, what is Trump going on about? Well, he has referenced the legend of General “Black Jack” Pershing before – at a rally in South Carolina last year while Trump was on his campaign trail.
Smythe, Donald. Pershing: General of the Armies (Indiana University Press, Bloomington, 1986) ISBN 0-253-21924-8; Vandiver, Frank E. Black Jack: The Life and Times of John J. Pershing – Volume I (Texas A&M University Press, Third printing, 1977) ISBN 0-89096-024-0
22 Feb 2018 Mark Perry author of “What Black Jack Pershing Can Teach Us About Fighting Terrorists” [Politico, August20, 2017], while disagreeing with Trump 4 Nov 2020 Black Lives Matter L.A. members celebrate the seeming defeat of incumbent D.A. and the other to protest the erroneous claim by Donald Trump that he has She says her son, John Thomas Horton III, was beaten to death b 18 Aug 2017 Trump was referring to the false story of how General John J. “Black Jack” Pershing defeated a 1911–1913 insurgency in the Philippines in the Pershing would be known as “Black Jack” Pershing for the rest of his life, even In fairness to Donald Trump, he's far from being the first person to circulate this
President Donald Trump’s version of John J. Pershing's legacy—in which the early twentieth-century U.S. general stopped terrorism in the Philippines by shooting Islamic insurgents with bullets dipped in pigs blood—is a product of 9/11. What follows is an account of the incident, which Trump misrepresents, excerpted from Black Jack Pershing, by Richard O'Connor; Doubleday & Company, NY, 1961. [Pages 62 - 63] Despite all his diplomacy and hospitality, a number of sultans in the lake region refused to come in and parley with Pershing.