My Stretch of Texas Ground, Too Much Truth for Trump’s Texas


…by Gordon Duff and Ralph Cinque

See film at Amazon,

Americans have an aversion to the truth, simple as that.  So, when Ralph’s film, “My Stretch of Texas” hit Amazon Video, the reviews from such esteemed publications as “Texas Monthly” began their “hit job.”

Cinque, best know for his defense of Oswald as a “patsy,” wait, didn’t Oswald claim that himself, no, wait, didn’t the US Congress, in 1975 come to the same conclusion in their now suppressed Report on Assassinations?

At one point I met with many of the characters of that other film, JFK, not the actors, those depicted in the film, who made it very clear that the JFK killing was sanctioned by both the FBI and CIA with lots of help from the Gambino crime family and their Kosher Nostra New York partners.

If you wanted to meet those behind the Kennedy killings, John and Bobby, a trip to New York in the 70’s and 80’s with a rented supermodel on your arm would get you in.  You would see Roy Cohn and a circle that, after Cohn’s death, later encompassed those silenced friends inside the FBI said did 9/11 as well.  But I digress.

We have a film where the bad guys, terrorists who want to murder a US senator because of his support for America’s imaginary misdeeds in Iraq, is seen as a “balanced character, an anti-hero” of sorts.

Reminds me of my time in Vietnam as a combat Marine, even then we all knew we were the “bad guys” and that the Viet Cong were the heroes of Lexington and Concord and that, as Apocalypse Now made so very clear, we were nothing but errand boys for grocery clerks.

I spent some time as an errand boy for grocery clerks until I learned to push back.  That’s exactly what Ralph is doing in this film.

Only a day ago, a life sentence was handed out to a Blackwater “jihadist” who slaughtered innocent civilians in Baghdad back in 2007.  I was serving in Iraq at the time, up in Erbil with the UN mission, not killing so many civilians but rather trying to install a water and sewer system for a city whose infrastructure was destroyed by, you guessed it, the US.

Texas Monthly says Ralph’s film is like a Walker Episode written by Ron Paul.  Praise?

Oh wait, didn’t the US just cut aid to Pakistan because of their opposition to India turning Kashmir into a prison camp, a new Auschwitz?

Then again, try sitting down with the Taliban.  Yes, there were the maniacs who threw acid at women whose dressed in ways they didn’t agree with.  They now work for the US, one of whom, know as the Butcher of Kabul, was living on Bagram Air Force Base as adviser to General Stanley McChrystal, while still being hunted as a terrorist.

Sounds like that nasty rumor that Osama bin Laden was being treated at the Bethesda Naval Medical Center outside Washington, while he was being hunted, as I was told by a White House official.  Was he making it up?  We can only hope so but, in truth, you know in your “heart of hearts” that a story like this rings with truth.

Just ask Jeffrey Epstein.

There is a problem with American TV.  More and more, television gets things right, Madam Secretary has an understanding of Iran certainly, a complex nation that is nothing remotely resembling Trump’s rambling tweets.  Let us hope Trump avoids invading Iran.

Still, year after year, the same actors pay cardboard cutout villains, sneering terrorists trying to destroy “our way of life,” whatever that used to be.  Of late it seems like trying to survive the corporations that bought our government but there I go again, digressing.

I was there when the Viet Cong “handed us our asses.”  I remember.  Go back nearly 70 years when heroic Marines, the “Chosen few” gained fame from surviving an encounter with the ragtag Chinese Peoples Liberation Army, when American military commanders, without authorization, thought they might cross the Yalu River into China.

Fake history?  Not hardly, Americans lie.

Remember Vietnam, the Tonkin Gulf Incident, that led to what is now 2 million American dead, all fake, the most deadly lie in American history.

For decades questions have been asked about Pearl Harbor as well.  We still talk about fighting the Civil War to free the slaves instead of the real truth, to enforce an economic embargo on the South on behalf of the banking elites of New York and their London partners.  Americans lie.

I’ve spent time with Hezbollah, the IDF, the Syrian Arab Army, Iraq’s militias, and dozens of other organizations.  Topping my list as “heroes” is the Syrian Arab Army, those who really defeated ISIS and are still fighting terrorists in Idlib as of this writing.  Paid nothing, fed garbage, sad rusted weapons, part of a nation starved by US sanctions and attacked by terrorists using advanced American weapons paid for by Saudi bribes…

Do I need to go further?


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  1. My Stretch of Texas Ground was a labor of love for me, Ralph Cinque. It is a riveting story about an inevitable collision between this small town Texas sheriff and this elite Jidhadist warrior, but neither fits the stereotype of his character. Sheriff Joe Haladin is a patriotic American, but he opposes the wars, and partly on practical grounds, but also on humanitarian grounds because of the high civilian death toll. And the lead warrior, Abdul Latif Hassan, is also motivated by the civilian death toll in his targeting of a warmongering Texas Senator. And although Haladin and Hassan go to war when the latter shows up to kill the Senator, ironically, both agree about the nature of the wars, yet they never find that out.

    So, it is a very riveting story, and I think you will enjoy it, and the message of the film is that war is terrorism on steroids. So, it is never right to start a war over terrorism because you can’t fight terrorism with more and worse terrorism. America’s wars have turned America into “one terrorist nation” says Hassan, and he’s right.

    The film is coming under fierce attack, but most of the attackers don’t say a word about what the movie is about. Instead they trash other things, particularly the acting. And I have fought back by posting clips from the movie which show the acting.

    I hope you will watch the film and write a positive review of it on Amazon, and I thank you for reading this.

  2. I have studied some of Ralph C work, and looks convincing to me, they knew Oswald was going to get wacked in that basement, no one flinched when Oswald was shot, didn’t anyone have a central nervous system?
    Also ruby didn’t have the rear hairline that shows in photos, and a sheet was immediately throw over the shooter and led away. Also the shooter had grey socks, in the cell stripped down Ruby had black socks, this murder couldn’t be trusted to Ruby, so FBI agent Bookout did the deed.
    Bottom line, Oswald was in the doorway of the TSD when the assassination went down.

  3. Good Lord! Gordon Duff, how do you sleep at night? I hope that more than once or twice a week you find peace of mind, and that it lasts. A calm day’s sailing the Blue Nile.

  4. When the Syrian Arab Army mops up, cleans up, and otherwise puts to graveyard beds the unrest there, can we please have their services here, too? Seems we have become short staffed, so to write. The IDF has done its job, I guess, with “domestic” — not “non-domestic” — police forces and allied agencies (incorporated). We fear for those inhabiting our cities, suburbs, and countrysides.

    True enough, we face a formidable foe, one that has amassed mucho knowledge and experience in the real-world of dividing and conquering. Slice and dice they do well, sous chefs for their Master Preparer. True, too, carrying around 72-year-old “armor” for the soul along with a dis-eased mind, part poisoned, part programmed, does not make for fun on front lines in the multi-theater War Against Humanity.

    I lived through the “Viet Nam Era”, too. I can tell you, this is no Viet Nam. This is about being Vietnamese in America.

  5. I lived in Texas for ten years; picked up the accent, became native born. Once I told a Tool Pusher I was born in Glen Burnie, NorthWest of Nacogdoches. Funny the guy I told this to was Army and stationed at Ft Meade. Busted

  6. Wow, powerful article. If America is to be saved this man will surely have played a major role in it’s survival.
    Thank you Gordon

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