Remember Pearl Harbor?

If you are a “Politically Correct” kind of person, then read no further!….. As of today (December 7th), it’s been 65 years since the Japanese brutally and savagely pulled-off their unprovoked infamous “sneak attack” against The United States at Pearl Harbor in 1941….. To me, the Japanese were far more fanatical and “Pure Evil” than the Nazi’s ever where….. Their atrocities during WWII were unmatched by any of the other Axis power countries….. Their total unwillingness to surrender – fight to the last man, forced the Allied powers (yes, other countries were in on the decision) to drop, not one, but two atomic bombs on the home island of Japan before they would surrender, which saved millions of Allied soldiers lives if we would have been forced to invade the island of Japan….. Of course, in the eyes of the bleeding heart society of today, we are the “Evil Ones” that dropped bombs on civilian populations for no reason….. People these days refuse to research history as it really happened….. That’s why we keep repeating the same mistakes over and over again….. A worker here at the shop thought Pearl Harbor happened in 1948 or ’49!…… God help us!…… At the end of WWII, Japan was denied to ever have an Army or Navy again….. Who do you think is providing and paying for the protection of Japan?….. You, the American taxpayer….. Add to that furnishing them an endless viable consumer market, allowing them to buy and own American soil, etc., etc…… Don’t get me wrong, I don’t believe the Japanese of today are of the same mindset as those of the WWII period, but, we do seem to give a “privileged status” to any and all previous enemies of our country….. I just don’t know how much longer our infrastructure can maintain without collapsing in on itself….. Oh, yeah, tax time is just around the corner again…..

7 Responses to “Remember Pearl Harbor?”

  1. #1 by Randalf the Grey

    I knew it was Pearl Harbor Day, because there’s a little nip in the air.

    I am one “bleeding heart” liberal who believes that the decision to nuke Hiroshima and Nagasaki was the right decision, not only because it brought a more swift end to the war, but also because it demonstrated the terrible power of this new generation of weaponry in such a way that it hasn’t been used again since. When nuclear weapons ARE used again it will be by religious fanatics–probably Wahabist Muslims, but don’t count out some ignorant little born again pissant in the White House.

  2. I agree with you, RtG….. I think that if the atom bomb hadn’t been used in WWII, it would have been used in Korea or just accidentally have blown-up New Mexico….. The Bikini Atoll used for testing wasn’t populated…… The Military and Government leaders would just have to know what it was capable of, one way or the other….. And, I guess, I have to admit to being a “bleeding heart” to a large extent….. I would do anything in my power to help those in need up to the point where they expect you to do everything for them without any effort from them to help themselves…… Is it time yet to elect a new el presidento?…. Can we stick in a substitute?….. Things are a bit cloudy on the horizon these days……

  3. Almost tax time. Thanks, MR, for reminding me. If I get screwed this year like I did last year, I’ll probably…………never mind. Wasn’t the current President the one who promised to cut taxes. Oh, I forgot, we now have a war & rebuilding another country to pay for.

  4. You know I was watching a show about the Bridge over the River Kwai and they were showing the countless number of POW’s that died building this railroad. Why didn’t the japanese war crime tribunals get as much publicity and historical mention as the Nazi Trials got?

  5. #5 by Randalf the Grey

    I would imagine, J.J., that after we pulverized Hiroshima and Nagasaki ( and most of the men, women and children therein ), it was probably best not to make to much fuss about war crimes. It’s true that war used to be a more civilized affair, with only soldiers doing the dying. In fact during our own Revolutionary War, the Brits complained that the colonials fought from behind trees and rocks like savages, rather than out in the open in nice straight lines and bright red uniforms. Why, they didn’t even take a break for afternoon tea !

  6. Gee, I guess you’re right, RtG, we started out as a savage lot of rebellious rejects even before we were a country!…….

  7. #7 by Commenter-()

    Everyone tries to avoid the fact that no one really knows what happened on Dec. 7th 1941. They over look what they need to know and just try to get facts out of it when they should be learning what people had to do and what happened to the poor people that died on that tragic day. Some people base their knowledge of this event on something from a video game but what really happened is not in their knowledge. So we need to state the facts but also tell what really happened!

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