Sunday, June 06, 2010

D-Day: An Important Rememberance

"D-DayJune 6, 1944, the US and our allies invaded Europe through France, a country that had not attacked us, to get at Germany, another country that didn’t attack us and only declared war because we went to war with their ally, Japan, after firing on their planes over Pearl Harbor, long after cutting off economic materials to them through an embargo. Germany was in much the same situation as the Palestinians today, fighting the Jews. In the process of our invasion and aggressive war against Germany, hundreds of thousands of innocent French, Belgian, Dutch and German civilians were killed by us, including thousands of children. And we interfered with Germany’s sovereign right to deal with its citizens internally, just as we more recently did with Saddam Hussein and Iraq. Neither Saddam’s treatment of the Kurds and Shi’a, not Adolf’s treatment of Jews, Gays, Gypsies, Communists, Christian agitators and others he determined were undesirable were any of our business. Nor is it our business to spread our culture and political system to countries like Japan, German and Iraq against the wishes of their government. Unfortunately for Germany, they did not have the allies they would have in today’s UN, American media and leftist Americans to rally support for their side against Amerika. If they had, the National Socialist Workers Party and state capitalism might still be efficiently running the Third Reich.

"All honor and eternal remembrance to our troops and those of our allies who, at the cost of their lives and unaware of the blessings of multiculturalism, put down those rabid tyrannies. Let us continue to defend the values they died for, regardless of the cost to us, and of the leftist allies of tyranny at home."

Thanks to the Tartan Marine for reminding us.

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