Friday, December 7, 2007

Remember Pearl Harbor

Let us take a moment to recognize the bravery and heroism of the American servicemen and women who fought and died on December 7, 1941.

Please see below an excerpt we found on

It states perfectly why we should always remember.

It has been 66 years since the Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor, marking the entrance of the United States into World War II. It remains our moral duty to those who died and served to remember what happened on that Sunday morning 66 years ago.

In doing so, we also remember all the servicemen and servicewomen plus the millions of innocent non-combatants who lost their lives on all sides as a direct result of this heinous and unprovoked act of aggression. We must remember and remain vigilant to ensure that it can never happen again. More importantly, lest we forget the sacrifice of those who died, were wounded or proudly served, ensuring our freedom that Sunday Morning or since.

Much has occurred in the world since December 7, 1941. The world has seen quite a number of other wars that called upon the Armed Forces of the United States. - Korea, Vietnam, Grenada, Desert Storm, Somalia, Bosnia, Kosovo, Afghanistan and currently Iraq, not to mention the untold and sparsely known conflicts which have also called upon American Patriots to risk all for preservation of our freedom and way of life.

Yet complacency, our greatest enemy, surrounds us. For a graphic example of which we speak, on September 11, 2001, America was again the target of foreign aggression. What happened on that day was in fact an Act of War and Americans must again rise to the occasion and defend itself or it will only face similar or worse vile acts of destruction in the coming years.

you believe we as a nation are currently right or wrong in our current actions with regards to Terrorism. It has been America's complacency and inaction against these countries and organizations for the past 20 - 25 years or more that has permitted terrorism to fester and grow like a cancer.

Terrorism is not what concerns us, the terrorist ultimately will be defeated. It is complacency and indifference. These two factors can erode the very reasons so many before have served, bled and died to preserve.

God Bless America


Anonymous said...

We opened up pandoras box in 1979 when we armed the "afghan freedom fighters" as they were called back then to fight the Soviets. It made sense. We were going to do what the Russians did to us in Vietnam which was to arm our enemy to the teeth and fight us proxy style.
We had the Saudis open up these religious schools on the Pakistan border to indoctrinate and train these mujahadin to fight the commies. The Saudis indoctrinated these kids into their extremist Wahabbist Islamic faith and they went off to fight the Russians.

The trouble was we never turned off the pipeline after the Russians left Afghanistan. These "freedom fighters" morphed into the Taliban in 1987-88 who then came after us.

We created this Frankenstein and our so called allies, Pakistan and Saudi Arabia have continued to support them logistically. Saudi Arabian clerics call for Jihad against us and most of the suicide bombers in Iraq are Saudis, not Iranian or Iraqi. Plus we have the Pakistanis allowing the Taliban to filter back and forth over the border to attack us, retreat into Pakistan, rest, refit and come back and attack us again.

Saudi Arabia and Pakistan are our problems. As far as I'm concerend we should pull out of Iraq and let Saudi Arabia and Iran fight it hell with both of them..

Mr. Mojo Risin

georgetheatheist said...

We ought to dig up that son-of-a-bitch Roosevelt who knew the attack was coming and let it. Throw his bones to a pack of mangy curs.

Anonymous said...

Family was lost at Pearl Harbor it is a crying shame that no one remembers... Thanks for remembering and God Bless!