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75 YEARS AGO

December 5, 2016

December 7, 1941, “a date which will live in infamy” was the date of the Japanese surprise attack on the American Naval Pacific fleet at Pearl Harbor, Hawaii. Over 3,000 Americans died that day, most of them members of the military, and many of our finest warships were destroyed, including the battleship USS Arizona. The Japanese were initially elated over the damage caused to the American navy, but they soon realized that their ultimate goal had not been realized. They had not demoralized the American people and destroyed our will to fight.

          Instead, they had only succeeded in uniting the American people who did not cower in fear, but prepared to go to war on two fronts. Millions of American soldiers, sailors, and marines, went to war in Europe and the Pacific not only to defend the freedom of the American people, but to free the millions who were being oppressed by the Japanese, the German Nazis, and the Italian Fascists.

          American casualties during WW II totaled over one million with over 405,000 deaths. The entire country mobilized to support the war effort. There were no anti-war demonstrations, none of our soldiers were spit on for wearing the uniform of their country, and anyone who had burned an American flag would have suffered severe consequences at the hands of their fellow Americans.

          Can you imagine what the outcome of WW II would have been if instead of young Americans going into the military in mass, or working in defense industries, or otherwise supporting our troops by consenting to rationing of gasoline, tires, food etc. they would have grabbed their teddy bears and coloring books and gone to hide in their “safe spaces” so they could be protected from reality.

          Unfortunately, most of the millennials in our country today don’t remember Pearl Harbor or even World War II. I recently looked at a common core lesson plan for teaching our children about WW II and it was unbelievable. The heroism of our military was not mentioned and none of the military leaders such as Eisenhower, Patton, or Nimitz were named. None of the major battles were discussed including the invasion of Normandy, the Battle of the Bulge or Iwo Jima.

          The discussions that students were to engage in were about things like the detention of Japanese Americans, racism within the military etc. all politically correct subjects for the left people who are supposedly educating our children. However, this type of misinformation is not something new. A few years ago I was doing some part time work scoring essays on student SAT exams. Most of the topics were mundane, but when the topic dealt with American history I saw some very disturbing things.

          For example, some high school students thought that in WW II we fought Mexico, Spain, or even England. Some also stated the WW II was started by the United States dropping atomic bombs on Japan and that led to the Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor.  These are just some examples of the fact that our children are not learning anything about American history and certainly not about our Constitutional form of government.

          At a time when we should be remembering and honoring the Americans who died 75 years ago at Pearl Harbor, the concentration of the media and our education system is on excluding Christmas from public schools, rewriting our history, eliminating patriotism, and destroying our Constitutional rights. It is time we reverse this.

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The war on America by the New World Order thugs is comprised of many, many more Progressives than one gave any thought about. Their military is huge, centered and focused and they never give up. One would think that Communism history would turn them off their target but instead, they are more determined than ever to destroy the greatest nation on earth and make all countries, poor nations under the filthy rich powers that be hiding behind the United Nations as the governing power of the poor world enslaved to be the equal, earn the same amount of money, spend the same amount, live under curfews, wait for years for free medical treatment, wear the same brown/gray drab garments, listen to selected programming on TV & radio...yes, equality, isn't it wonderful? The insane progressives can keep it. In fact, they should buy a Continent and turn it into a Communist haven and show the world just how miserable they are!
God, please come to our aid. Lord, make haste to help us!

First of all I thank all of the brave Americans that have fought and died for our freedoms. Thank God for your selfless sacrifices!
History that is forgotten is doomed to be repeated. Americans in their teens and 20s today are the most ignorant generation in the last 100 years. I read of a history teacher describing a new class of 9th graders. They had been taught the politically correct version of history. This teacher used a correct version of American history which included facts about World War II and the Holocaust in which 6 million Jews and others labeled as undesirables were exterminated. Students insisted the story must have been fabricated and that no one would have allowed this to really happen! They had never been told the unsanitized truth. These are the bulk of Hillary supporters.
Recently I had a conversation with a 92 year old veteran that served in the Philippines, he had survived Hell on earth crawling in the jungle mud for the last 2 years of the war. I asked him what he thought of the millennials today, he simply said "They're all pussies!" That pretty much sums it up.
I am proud to be one of the deplorables!
LF



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