Do you have a relative who served the United States during World War II? Perhaps you yourself served?
I hope you are suitably ashamed for what you and your country did. Because your president has used the omnipotent power of his sacrosanct hindsight to declare that your nation was involved in war crimes. Remember when the Obama DHS said we should be afraid of our combat veterans? Apparently it’s not just the ones returning home now; it goes back to at least World War II.
Be ashamed. Be very ashamed. Shame, after all, is the hip new way to be “patriotic.” The more ashamed you are to be an American, the better an American you are. That’s change you can believe in.
We are now beginning to uncover the true extent of the Bush/Cheney evil. Apparently, these two men (who are of course worse than Hitler) spent hundreds of billions of taxpayer dollars secretly building a time machine so they could bomb Dresden and Tokyo – and drop atomic bombs on Hiroshima and Nagasaki – all in a Machiavellian campaign to blame the Democrats who were running the country during World War II for their war crimes.
And a selective release of memos from the OSS (the WWII-era forerunner of the CIA) will confirm this.
The evils of Bush and Cheney transcend both time and space. Just as they extend into the future, they also reach back into the distant past.
Fortunately, Barack Obama discovered this despicable plot, and is now revealing it to the world. In this saga, Obama plays the role of Austin Powers; and Dick Cheney masterfully fills the role of “Dr. Evil.” [And please overlook the fact that Dr. Evil is actually just Austin Powers playing a different role].
We have Barack Obama to thank for reminding us yet again how genuinely evil America truly is – particularly when he can place the blame for that evil on everyone but himself and those who share his radical leftist ideology. We can now join Michlle Obama in having never been proud of America until Barack Obama became president.
We’ve already seen the first Obama Apologize for America Tour. Now its time for the first of (undoubtedly) many sequels.
From Atlas Shrugs:
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The latest inconceivable Obamaction is yet another unbecoming apology in Europe, this time in Germany for WWII. John Rosenthal suggests, “As bizarre as it may seem, President Obama’s impending trip to Dresden suggests that German revisionists have a friend in the White House“.
And American Thinker adds, “the message Obama intends to send by visiting both sites is clear; while the Germans did bad things during World War II, they were also victims of Allied atrocities.”
(Over at Free Republic)
The latest German reports suggest Obama’s principal German destination will be Dresden. According to an article in the local paper Die Dresdner Neueste Nachrichten, representatives of the German and American governments met in Dresden last Wednesday to discuss preparations for the visit. An American security detail is reported to have already scoped out sites in the city: presumably for a public speech.
The symbolic significance of a visit to Dresden by the American president — especially one undertaken in connection with a D-Day commemoration in France — may be missed by some Americans, but it is absolutely unmistakable for the German public. For Germans, Dresden is the symbol bar none of German suffering at the hands of the Allies. The city was heavily bombed by British and American air forces in February 1945, toward the end of the war. According to the most recent estimates of professional historians, anywhere from 18,000 to at most 25,000 persons died in the attacks. These numbers come from a historical commission established by the city of Dresden itself. But far higher numbers — ranging into the hundreds of thousands — have long circulated in Germany and beyond. The bombing of Dresden is commonly described as a “war crime” in German discussions.
Alleged crimes committed by the Allies against Germans and Germany have indeed become a sort of German literary obsession in recent years, with numerous books being devoted to the subject. The taste of the German public for the theme was made particularly clear by the enormous success of author Jörg Friedrich’s 2002 volume The Fire [Der Brand], which is about the Allied bombardment of Germany. The book’s success was so great that Friedrich and his publisher quickly followed up with a picture book on the same topic titled Scenes of the Fire: How the Bombing Looked.
Obama should spend the day tending to the graves of our brave and glorious dead, who sacrificed their lives so that Europe could live on to descend into a pathetic, amoral collectivism. Europe owes us an apology for squandering our blood and treasure on a morally bankrupt transnational gobbledy goop EU wallowing in pathetic collectivism.
Time for a history lesson. What better day to teach the foreign exchange student in the White House a lesson about American exceptionalism, heroism, and greatness?
America’s European Arrogance (hat tip Joan S)
1. The American Cemetery at Aisne-Marne, France. A total of 2,289 of our military dead. We apologize.
2. The American Cemetery at Ardennes, Belgium. A total of 5,329 of our dead. We are so ashamed of our arrogance.
3. The American Cemetery at Brittany, France. A total of 4,410 of our military dead. Excuse us.
4. Brookwood, England American Cemetery. A total of 4,680 of our dead. We are such an evil country.
5. Cambridge, England. 3,812 of our military dead. What on earth were we thinking?
6. Epinal, France American Cemetery. A total of 5,525 of our military dead. Please forgive us.
7. Flanders Field, Belgium. A total of 3,680 of our military. We are so sorry.
8. Florence, Italy. A total of 4,402 of our military dead. We are a bully nation.
9. Henri-Chapelle, Belgium. A total of 7,992 of our military dead. They deserved what they got.
10. Lorraine, France. A total of 10,489 of our military dead. FDR and Truman were lying war criminals.
11. Luxembourg, Luxembourg. A total of 5,076 of our military dead. Arrogant oppression, pure and simple.
12. Meuse-Argonne. A total of 1,4246 of our military dead. Just think of how many civilians they killed.
13. Netherlands, Netherlands. A total of 8,301 of our military dead. They were murderers.
14. Normandy, France. A total of 9,387 of our military dead. Baby killers, one and all.
15. Oise-Aisne, France. A total of 6,012 of our military dead. They were torturers, too.
16. Rhone, France. A total of 8,61 of our military dead. Remorseless killers doing the bidding of an evil nation.
17. Sicily, Italy. A total of 7,861 of our military dead. What can America ever do to redeem itself?
18. Somme, France. A total of 1,844 of our military dead. Arrogant war-mongers of an arrogant nation.
19. St. Mihiel, France. A total of 4,153 of our military dead. War criminals.
20. Suresnes, France. A total of 1,541 of our military dead. Oh, God in heaven, please forgive us for being such an arrogant country.
The total number of Americans buried at the cemeteries above is 104,366 — a mere fraction of those who died liberating Europe — and yet an American president who confuses arrogance with leadership feels the need to apologize in Europe for the country he obviously holds in contempt. (hat tip JoanS)
It is virtually unthinkable that Obama could give a speech in Dresden and not allude to the bombing of the city. Most of the city’s historical monuments — which Obama’s advance team were apparently inspecting — were severely damaged or destroyed in the bombing and had to be rebuilt. Moreover, for Obama to visit both Dresden and Buchenwald would suggest precisely the sort of outrageous parallels that have become commonplace in Germany at least since the publication of Friedrich’s The Fire.
(As so happens, although tens of thousands of persons died there, Buchenwald was not one of the camps specifically devoted to the extermination of Jews. But far be it from Obama to know that. When, during the election campaign, he first referred to his Uncle Charlie’s WWII exploits, he said that his uncle had helped to liberate “Auschwitz.” Moreover, Charlie Payne did not really participate in the liberation of Buchenwald either, but rather in that of Ohrdruf: a lesser-known, affiliated camp some sixty kilometers away.)
Europe traded the lives of 6 million Jews for 55 million Muslims. Good luck with that.
And Ovamit is apologizing.
Germany began bombing Allied population centers during the Battle of Britain in a campaign that came to be known as “the London Blitz” for several months in 1940 And in a total war, the Allies had no choice but to respond in kind. And we began to bomb the city of Dresden into the stone age beginning in February, 1945 in an effort to force a maniac regime to finally submit.
If you punch me in the mouth, please don’t have the unmitigated gall to ask me to apologize to you for my punching you right back in the mouth. Because, if you do, I will punch you in the mouth AGAIN for attempting to insult my intelligence.
Liberals seem to love the concept of moral hazard. Their mindset seems to be, let us spread the evil from the side of evil over to the side of good, and criticize the good for defending themselves against the evil. This is why they are such unrelenting critics of law enforcement over and against the criminals; why they routinely condemn legitimate businesses over and against those who try to take advantage of them; why they demonize banks for making bad loans over and against those who grab such loans and then renege on them; and why they undermine our magnificent warriors over and against the terrorist murderers whom they are trying to fight.
Mahmoud Ahmadinejad wants to debate Barack Obama at the U.N. It would actually be an interesting debate: which one would blame America more?
Today, on Memorial Day, allow me to honor all of our great veterans – including those valiant airmen who flew incredibly dangerous missions over Dresden.