70th Anniversary of D-Day

DDAYCommentary & Analysis


L. A. Marzulli

L. A. Marzulli will appear on the Power Hour from 8am to 10am today!

Today marks the 70th anniversary of D-Day.  My father landed on the beaches of Normandy, he was a lieutenant with the 90th Division, and only 23 years old.

He landed on Utah Red, in a troop carrier similar to the one in the picture above, and fortunately for him and the others in his outfit, there was not much resistance getting on the beach, like there was at Omaha.

However once inland about a mile from the coast they encountered heavy fighting.  It was here that he sustained the first of his two purple hearts.  (He also received the Bronze Star.)

He was shipped back to England to get his wounds treated and a few weeks later rejoined his unit and led them through France, to the Battle of the Bulge, in Germany where he got his second Purple Heart medal.

Thousands of young men never came home. They were cut down in the prime of life.  Many are buried there, at Normandy, and this year my Wifey and I will make a trip to see the site, as well as spend time with our eldest daughter whom we have not seen in 6 years.  (She lives in France)

If there is anything like a just war, then WWII was it.  Hitler and his henchman murdered millions of people, and in the end upward of 50 million people died in WWII.

Today we remember.  There’s not many of those boys left as my Dad will be 94 in June this year.

We salute you and thank you for your sacrifice….

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L. A. Marzulli’s Speaking Schedule 2014

L. A. 2013 PHOTO 23New Years Eve! December 31 – Calvary Chapel Oceanside – Southern Cal. http://www.calvaryoceanside.org/upcoming-events/item/322-l-a-marzulli-2014.html

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April 25 -27: Behold the Days are Coming Conference http://www.412church.org   

May 5-15: Peru tour with L. A. Marzulli & Brein Foerster!

June 13-14: Nephilim Mounds II – www.nephilimmounds2.com

June 28-29: The War of Art! Southern California! https://www.facebook.com/events/477292755732768/

July 25-27 – Prophecy in the News Colorado! www.prophecyinthenews.com

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32 thoughts on “70th Anniversary of D-Day

    • FYI…Whenever I see/hear about updated information Re Russian or Chinese troops on American soil, I try to incorporate it into my postings.

      The Larry Hagman & Hagman is a daily radio program. In this video, it is last night’s radio broadcast discussing visions by Henry Gruber, including Steve Quayle, titled The Coming War within Christiandom … dated 6/5/2014:

      It’s a chilling 3 hrs discussion, but worth the listen because of simultaneous attacks coming in America. The 1st hour is URGENT. I was doing chores but listening in the background. Don’t pass up on this information. Note: God is instructing Pastors to leave California, including many congregation members who recognize the voice of GOD…

      L.A., seek the Lord if you are to leave California or not. There was a deadline of 5/30/14!

      Readers don’t shoot anything out negative on me, I didn’t create this broadcast, I’m a watchman too.


  1. Side note.

    L.A. Since we are on this topic and France is in the future, it comes to mind how impressed I was the Musee De L’Armee located in the Hôtel des Invalides. One of the most impressive war museums I’ve seen which is not well described on their site: “http://www.musee-armee.fr/en/english-version.html” with an extensive collections, from the late Middle Ages to the Second World War, 2nd world was very interesting, I imagine a buff could spend 5 or more hours looking around, but 2 hours or less could do it. That is if you have not seen this yet or are interested in this type of stuff, its impressive.

    If you have the chance go to this inconspicuous Israeli restaurant in the Marais district (L’As du Fallafel) with a small crowd at the to-go line in front and a well packed restaurant but sufficiently quick inside, you can order in Hebrew, French or English etc. from the yamaka capped waiters for one of the best Fallafel or chicken, if you prefer, pita sandwiches most have ever eaten, throw in some Frites to accompany the sandwich with a beverage and waddle out after you licked the plate clean.

    L’As du Fallafel- 32-34 Rue des Rosiers, 75004 Paris, France
    closed on shabbat.

    This restaurant is very close to the Musée Carnavalet “http://www.carnavalet.paris.fr/en/homepage” one of the few free and nice museums in Paris. I had what for me was a funny encounter here, after about 45 minutes of going through the Museum we ended up at the lower sub-level floor with an option of stairs going back up, my wife stopped in the valley of decision with me in tow (Aonde a vaca vai. O boi vai atrás-wherever the cow is the bull is not far behind) and said to me how do we get out of here! (don’t panic) I saw the sorte signs but my wife who speaks a decent French was snow blind, a security guard/attendant overheard and softly and clandestinely whispered “follow the white rabbit” or follow the signs and we all had a good laugh. As we approached the top level and street exit, my wife says oh look there is a room we did not see, so we entered, 20 minutes later we again passed the attendant in the sub level, his eyes met mine with a look of bewilderment, so I said to him as we rushed by to go up the stairs, “we ate the white rabbit and it was goooood!, we are leaving now, au revoir” and he gave me back a big smile.

  2. The sacrifice of that generation deserves every ounce of respect we have. What an extreme opposite it is from parades honoring our veterans sacrifice, to having a parade honoring someone’s “pride” in their self-indulgent behavior. Thanks to all the vets.

    • I have a scotts-irish heritage, so if someone wanted to point out the glass house I’m living in, with the st. Pattys day parade drunkfests, the point would be duly noted.

  3. @ “ate the rabbit” (Q. to LA)
    … cats, possums, cows, serpents, nephies …

    – no acheter le chat pour le lièvre
    – no cambiaste la vaca por la chiva
    – don’t buy a pig in a poke
    – don’t take a bum steer
    ~ don’t let it bite you in the ass

    Matt. 7:6
    Give not that which is holy unto the dogs
    – neither cast ye your pearls before swine
    – lest they trample them under their feet
    – and turn again and rend you

    Q: Was France an Axis or an Ally power?

  4. I need to thank my neighbor for serving in WWII today. And thank you Mr Marzulli.

    Yesterday we had a shooting at our christian univ. campus in our neck of the woods, and it got me thinking of a recent article I read about a patent:

    According to the patent’s abstract:

    “A system and method for enabling human beings to communicate by way of their monitored brain activity. The brain activity of an individual is monitored and transmittedto a remote location (e.g. by satellite). At the remote location, the monitored brain activity is compared with pre-recorded normalized brain activity curves, waveforms, or patterns to determine if a match or substantial match is found. If such a match is found, then the computer at the remote location determines that the individual was attempting to communicate the word, phrase, or thought corresponding to the matched stored normalized signal.”

    In other embodiments, devices mounted to the person (e.g. underneath the scalp) may be energized in a predetermined manner or sequence to remotely cause particular identified brain node(s) to be fired in order to cause a predetermined feeling or reaction in the individual, such as lack of hunger, lack or depression, lack or thirst, lack of aggression, lack of alzheimer’s disease effects, or the like.“

    Can you see how this can happen? Remember the WA DC shooter, he had inscribed his weapon with, “My ELF weapon” on it?

  5. “http://valleypatriot.com/valley-patriots-of-the-month-louis-heliotis-francis-gunner-hayes-lenny-enaire-michael-wilson/”

    Here are the four heroes they honored
    [during the “Spring Fling” an annual Veterans Honoraria]

    North Andover Selectman Rosemary Smedile with Louis Heliotis a WWII Vet [see picture]


    Drafted July 1943 * Discharged October 1945, Company B, 87th Chemical Mortar Battalion. Purple Heart with Oak Leaf – Wounded January & November 1944.

    Combat Infantryman Badge -During War; Bronze Star – After War

    Prisoner of War —Winter 1944/45

    French Legion d’Honneur awarded April 2006

    Louis Heliotis was drafted in August 1943 following his sophomore year at Lowell High School. He was processed at Fort Devens and sent to Camp Rucker (now Fort Rucker), Alabama. Assigned to the 8th Chemical Mortar Battalion, Company B, as a member of a heavy mortar gun crew, his initial training lasted two to three months and was followed by maneuvers at Camp McClellan, Tennessee. In the spring of 1944, he and his company were loaded onto first class Pullman cars for a trip to New York City where he boarded the “Queen Elizabeth,” which had been commandeered as a troop ship, for his journey to Grenock, Scotland.

    Upon arrival in the spring, Louis was transferred to Tiverton, the ‘waiting place” for the 87th Chemical Mortar Battalion. He trained and lived with British troops, attached to the 4th Infantry Division, until late spring 1944 when they were transported to the port of Southampton. He crossed the English Channel on the USS Barnette, a troop ship proceeded down rope ladders onto a landing craft to arrive on Utah Red Beach on June 6, 1944; this landing point was selected as they had heavy mortars to bring ashore with them. The Company worked their way inland amongst the hedgerows under periodic attack of the Germans, mostly artillery fire, the continued advance brought them to and over the German/Belgium border; by then, it was into the winter of 1944/45. His combat experience during this advance merited him the European African Middle Eastern Ribbon with six Service Stars and the Distinguished Unit Badge……….

  6. “http://goo.gl/jHu5hr”
    (links to google books … press Page 29″ for pictures and more text)

    Cameron Henry Hafer: A Soldier in the Normandy Invasion
    By Gary Hafer

    H Hour was 6:30 am on june 6. 1944. The time for troops to go ashore had come
    D-Day was now officially here. All the training and preparation were going to be applied to
    real war conditions. In the darkness of early morning hours. the commands were issued to
    begin the attack. Ve were ‘going in’ with the 2nd Battalion. 8th Infantry Regiment.
    4th Division, and it was with that unit that we left Torquay We loaded on the APA – 5
    USS Barnette and waited for ‘H” hour, “D Day and our never-to-be-forgotten ride to
    Utah Beach.”
    (History Of Company B. 11)

    The unloading of troops from transport ships into assault landing craft proceeded
    uneventfully. After the transfer. LCVP’s (landing craft, vehicle, personnel) circled the
    transports awaiting the order to rendezvous. At H minus 40 minutes, 5:50 am, warships of
    the bombardment group Task Force 125 began firing on enemy shore batteries. A few
    minutes later 276 Marauders of the Ninth Air Force dropped 4,404 two hundred and fifty
    pound bombs on seven objectives on the beach…“(Utah Beach to Cherbourg. 43)

    Landing craft were launched eleven miles from Normandy shores, “You couldn’t see
    the shore…” As assault craft started for the beach, the fire support group began the process
    of “beach drenching’. Seventeen of these craft, mounted rocket launchers and discharged
    their rockets when the first waves of assault craft were sill 600 to 700 yards from shore. The
    first wave arrived at the line of departure on time. When the LCVP’s were 300 to 400 yards
    from the beach, the assault company commanders fired special smoke projectors to signal the
    lifting of naval support fire (D-Day Memorial Museum) (Utah Beach to Cherbourg. 44-45)

    “The naval bombardment lifted on schedule, and at 6:31 am, almost exactly H-hour.
    20 landing craft carrying the first wave of Roosevelt’s 4th Division lowered their steel ramps,
    and 600 GIs, the first amphibious assault troops to land in France on D-Day, jumped off into
    the waist-deep water to wade the last 100 or more yards. As he had predicted, his presence
    inspired the scared and seasick young soldiers, driving them on by example and galvanizing
    them with his sharp tongue’ (The American Story World War II 68.69)

    A mortar crewman from Company B gave an account of the initial events of the
    invasion “To describe that mad dash to the beach in LCVPs, being tossed around like a bar
    of soap in a bath tub, men grabbing their puke sacks, sheets of salt water drenching all with
    every dip of the boat, each dip seeming to be the last, rocket boats discharging their loads
    with a swish of burning powder trailing the rockets, hundreds of planes releasing their bombs
    along the beach on which we were to land, and a million other incidents would require a
    book in itself. We hit it, ‘hell, how we hit it’, the beach we had heard so much a bit, and
    there was no mistake that the “big” job was at last under way. The first baptism of fire!

    The whine of an incoming shell and when to hit the dirt was learned immediately, or else!
    Habits established through long months of training came to our rescue and we began to
    function. We were learning new habits now, habits established through experience and
    not ‘by the numbers’.” (History Of Company B, 11)

    Even though the previous day’s storm had subsided, sea conditions were still rough
    Along with a strong tidal pull and the difficulty in identifying land marks, the Utah Beach
    invasion force didn’t quite hit the intended landing zone. {See Map 5, 8th Infantry Landing Plan
    on Utah Beach.} The landings were about 2,000 yards further to the south than planned.
    However, the errors in landing actually proved fortunate. Not only was the beach farther
    south less thickly obstructed, but the enemy shore defenses were also less formidable than
    those opposite the intended landing beaches.

    Upon landing at the “wrong” beach, the first task of the invading troops was to assure
    a clear path for the successive waves of craft soon to come. Clearing the beaches of the
    various obstacles and mines was the job of the Beach Obstacle Task Force. The plan
    contemplated the simultaneous landing of several groups / companies at H plus 5 minutes of…

    [plenty more in the book, but note especially here… ]

    Cameron would soon hit the beach and quickly set up his platoons mortar to support
    the infantry troops advancing inland toward enemy forces. For the next 31 days, Cameron
    would be fully engaged in war. He would see blood, death, and other horrors of war. The
    comforts of warm meals, showers and even sleeping ¡n a cot would soon be just a foremost
    yearning. The upcoming days would be a grimy existence of living in the same sweaty
    clothes, eating crummy k-rations, tolerating undesirable climate conditions, and adjusting to
    evils of war.

    Cameron. later in life, talked very little about these days. They were difficult and
    mostly events nightmares are made of. It’s no wonder he chose not to talk about them. He
    and so many other teenagers experienced real life horror that others could only perceive in
    the comfort of a movie theatre. Seeing people blown apart, the horrendous wounds. awful
    screams of agony was something that he and others did not want to recount. War was truly
    hell and to leave it behind, buried in the past, seemed for him the best thing to do.

    • You may need a wide monitor to keep the text from being ragged. The left and right side frames of the theme scrunches things. In any case, the book link should help.

  7. Caracas it’s Zulli of Paracas!

    VFTB at the OPS: Marzulli & Shaw – Watchers

    • Awesome museum discussions !!!

      Caramba aZure investigates Macumba ??

      Thor Heyerdahl en Purgatorio

  8. LA, your father and all the brave men like him (also the brave women that served) are heroes and deserve this country’s full honor and respect. Not the sham they are getting from Obama administrations VA debacle.

    I go to the air show every year and they do a wonderful WWII portion of the show called Tora Tora Tora on which they have Japanese Zeros and P-51 Mustangs chasing each other around with authentic announcements from Dec 7 1941 playing in the background, then some music playing from that time period. The Zeros fly low and they set off some bombs on the ground to make it look like the planes are bombing the field ( a bombing run) …I’m telling you, if that doesn’t get a rise out of you then you must be dead. Those fake bombs they use are loud, I cant imagine the real things. It’s was enough to feel the vibration through your whole body when they set them off. Most people wear ear plugs but I wanted the full effect. It’s all good as most of my hearing came back a few days later.
    There always lots of emotions during this part of the program and many shed tears. I talked to some of the WWII veteran pilots, as they are available to speak to them as they stand by the plane they flew so many years ago. Many of these this guys are still sharp today, and their eyes light up when you asked them questions about the plane they flew during the war.
    Another great part of the show is when they have a WWII era fighter plane fly by and a Grumman F-14 Tomcat right next to it. The P-51 Mustang is running full out and the F-14 is extremely close to stalling to keep that up that slow pace and air speed. Then on the last run, the F-14 goes full out so you can see the air pocket form around the cockpit, then BOOM, as it break the sound barrier. It really shows you how far we have come in aviation.
    Last year they had the Northrop Grumman B-2 Spirit (stealth bomber) That thing is a freak of a plane, it flew by very low and I heard nothing. I jumped as all I saw was the shadow of the plane as it went by…it was amazing how quiet it was…no sound at all.
    If there is a show in your city or close to you I highly recommend going and checking it out. More so if you’re a history buff or into aviation.
    Also, if your city or town has a Holocaust museum I highly recommend visiting as well. We have one of the best in the nation here and the short documentary film they show by director Steven Spielberg at the end of the tour will leave you stunned and numb. We all know of the atrocities that happened but to hear it from the straight from the survivors themselves was just very sobering. Spielberg made this film as he wanted to document the stories of these survivors before their story is lost forever by time.

  9. Refugees…
    – just as the waters of the earth stream and surge
    – are a tsunami that flee disasters following
    – conquests, propaganda, war, famine (economic chaos) …


    Revelation 12:14-15
    And to the woman were(*) given two wings of a great eagle [* she is a collective]
    – that she might fly into the wilderness
    – into her place where she is nourished
    for a time, and times, and half a time
    – from the face of the serpent
    And the serpent cast out of his mouth water as a flood
    – after the woman that he might cause her
    – to be carried away of the flood

    Daniel 7:25
    And he shall speak great words against the most High
    – and shall wear out the saints of the most High
    – and think to change times and laws
    – and they shall be given into his hand
    until a time and times and the dividing of time

    We don’t have to be in the midst of the main events
    – to be locked into an apocalyptic pattern…
    – but what of “the earth open her mouth to swallow the flood.”

  10. Don’t get lost is the bull…
    – of enemy angel doctrines such as…
    – supposedly “sacred” geometry (*)
    – or trying to equate God to satan
    – or ancient alien ET progenitors

    (* enemyschemes to usurp The Creator’s signs
    – like the perverse try to do with the rainbow
    – or the philistines tried to do with the ark)

    Have no fear…
    – The Almighty overcomes the enemy
    – Through Yeshua Messiah, His Son
    – who is God with us, The I Am, of
    – God who is and God who was and God who is to come

    • Make that — “Don’t get lost [in] the bull…”

      The Lake of Fire…
      – isolates the enemy in eternity and
      – may well be maximum noise
      – in which they can not reach each other
      – nor reincorporate their bodies
      – nor regroup their hive minds
      – and where their worm dies not
      – and the fire is never quenched
      …Mark 9 & Isaiah 66

    • Daniel 12

      1 And at that time shall Michael stand up…
      – the great prince which standeth for the children of thy people
      – and there shall be a time of trouble such as never was
      – since there was a nation even to that same time
      – and at that time thy people shall be delivered
      – every one that shall be found written in the book

      2 And many of them that sleep in the dust of the earth shall awake
      some to everlasting life
      – and some to shame and everlasting contempt

      3 And they that be wise shall shine as the brightness of the firmament
      – and they that turn many to righteousness as the stars for ever and ever.

      4 But thou, O Daniel, shut up the words, and seal the book, even to the time of the end: many shall run to and fro, and knowledge shall be increased.5 Then I Daniel looked, and, behold, there stood other two, the one on this side of the bank of the river, and the other on that side of the bank of the river. 6 And one said to the man clothed in linen, which was upon the waters of the river, How long shall it be to the end of these wonders?

      7 And I heard the man clothed in linen…
      – which was upon the waters of the river
      – when he held up his right hand and his left hand unto heaven
      – and sware by him that liveth for ever
      – that it shall be for a time, times, and an half
      – and when he shall have accomplished to scatter the power of the holy people
      – all these things shall be finished

      8 And I heard, but I understood not: then said I, O my Lord, what shall be the end of these things? 9 And he said, Go thy way, Daniel: for the words are closed up and sealed till the time of the end. 10 Many shall be purified, and made white, and tried; but the wicked shall do wickedly: and none of the wicked shall understand; but the wise shall understand.

      11 And from the time that the daily sacrifice shall be taken away
      – and the abomination that maketh desolate set up
      – there shall be a thousand two hundred and ninety days [1260 + 30]
      12 Blessed is he that waiteth
      – and cometh to the thousand three hundred and five and thirty days [1260 + 30 + 30 + 1/2*30 … cp. 3.5+3.5=7]

      13 But go thou thy way till the end be: for thou shalt rest, and stand in thy lot at the end of the days

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