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Re: Pearl Harbor Day
« Reply #25 on: August 27, 2007, 08:39:56 PM »
In war it is WAR.  If a nation allows its leader, with an example being Hitler, to wage war on any other independant nation they must accept the outcome.  Of course this never applies to the Jew in today's Socialist World in that Israel is the only nation on Earth to win totally defensive wars and have to continually give up land and other fundamental necesseties to state and security.

Yes it was tragic what happened to the Japanese "civilians" but if one spoke to a WW2 vet like my uncle the picture is very different.  Many of these "civilians" took their part to play an active role in the Japanese War machine.  The bomb ended the war, sadly they dropped two on minor cities in Japan.  One would have been good enough while the other should have been used on Moscow.

There was no outcry by civilians, either German when they were bombing British civilians during the Battle of Britian or the V2 rockets, nor the British/Allied civilians when they were bombing the hell out of Dresdin, Berlin etc.  That is war.  Today, and ever since Korea, we have seen what happens when Communist "political correctness" and their elitist cohorts goes to war.  There is no winner just a mass of loosers, war propheteers and smiles on the faces of these "New Age" eugenics loving monsters..... 

The Bible is very clear on this, and it does not recognize or afford any respect for "civilians" during times of war.  Genesis 34 with the rape of Dinah teaches us the logic "If you harm one of ours be prepared to loose an entire city."   Sounds extreme but it really isn't due to the fact that the "ours" don't harm anyone but if one harms them, they must and will pay with the other side of the coin being "we'll leave them alone."
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"‘Vehorashtem/Numbers 33:53’: When you burn out the Land’s inhabitants, you will merit to bestow upon your children the Land as an inheritance. If you do not burn them out, then even if you conquer the Land, you will not merit to allot it to your children as an inheritance." - Ovadiah ben Yacov Sforno; Italian Rabbi, Biblical Commentator, Philosopher and Physician.  1475-1550.

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Re: Pearl Harbor Day
« Reply #26 on: August 28, 2007, 05:48:13 PM »
To wakeupisreal, the japs had a wonderful spy network in the USA, they had japanese American citizens that we counting the ships on pearl harbor. They had agents that were japanese American citizens that were making crop circles that would have a arrow pointing the way to important miltiary and civilian installations. I don't blame you for you view of 'innocent civilians' because you don't know how to fight a war. There were also Japanese soldiers that served in the European part of the war, and they served with honor, and they were granted that honor. Today, with the new invaders and so-called immigrants in a few years only the remaining baby boomers will remember Pearl Harbour, these people hate America, all these things want to do is to transplant their sewer country here. I tell WW2 vets to look around them and see if it was worth it, to make a country for the likes of jamal, obama and the rest of the turd world trash coming into this country. I hate to say this, but any white person that joins the army today to defend these illegals and the rest of the garbage that is pouring into this country, destroying our customs, our neighborhoods, our schools and the idea of America, that these ideal driven young people are fooling themselves. They should be joining a home land militia to take care of the immediate problems that we have, take over the congress and try these animals for crimes agaisnt the people and immediately hang them, cleanse this country of illegals and their low IQ moronic nitwits, and take care of the endless complainers who constantly have their hand out.

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Re: Pearl Harbor Day
« Reply #27 on: August 28, 2007, 06:31:04 PM »

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« Reply #28 on: August 28, 2007, 06:35:37 PM »
And for the Japanese that were the enemy at that time, NONE of them were "Innocent" they were the enemy and they were incinerated at will. The "japs" got exactly what the scum deserved. DEATH .
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« Reply #29 on: August 28, 2007, 06:41:21 PM »
And for the Japanese that were the enemy at that time, NONE of them were "Innocent" they were the enemy and they were incinerated at will. The "japs" got exactly what the scum deserved. DEATH .

You're dead right, MW.

And Torah backs you up on that. There was a quote about that in another thread.

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Re: Pearl Harbor Day
« Reply #30 on: August 28, 2007, 09:13:04 PM »
Amen FJack and MW.  You are 100...no 110% correct...   May your words soon reach the heads of the Israel, American and even Canadian governments....   
"‘Vehorashtem/Numbers 33:53’: When you burn out the Land’s inhabitants, you will merit to bestow upon your children the Land as an inheritance. If you do not burn them out, then even if you conquer the Land, you will not merit to allot it to your children as an inheritance." - Ovadiah ben Yacov Sforno; Italian Rabbi, Biblical Commentator, Philosopher and Physician.  1475-1550.

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« Reply #31 on: August 29, 2007, 02:44:18 PM »
And for the Japanese that were the enemy at that time, NONE of them were "Innocent" they were the enemy and they were incinerated at will. The "japs" got exactly what the scum deserved. DEATH .

Wow.  You go from compassionate to hateful in the blink of an eye.   ;)

Weren't you the one that threatened to leave after people spoke about experimenting on muslims.  How can you have compassion for muslims while hating the Japanese to such a degree? 

Your hatred for the 'Japs' is sixty-some years late.
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Re: Pearl Harbor Day
« Reply #32 on: August 29, 2007, 04:34:33 PM »
Scriabin ,

I was referring too the "japs" at that time period not today. At that time they got what they deserved , defeat. I have no ill will too the Japanese people today, none. If it were not for them, most of Americans would not own a car. I'm still against the "medical thing" as well.

We blasted the "japs" at that time into oblivion. I have no problems with the Military doing the job of killing the enemy.  Today the Japanese are a great culture and a advanced people, unlike many years ago when they were barbarians, and again they deserved every bit of the firestorm brought upon them.  When the muslim terrorists detonate a nuke in the USA, I will have no problem with Nuclear retaliation on what ever islamic land they came from.  If our enemies are not around, we will have no need to do anything too them, except celebrate when the bums are gone.

I would rather kill the pitbull, than experiment on it. ( For the pitbull lovers, if any, it's just a comparison. )

PETA = People Eating Tasty Animals  ( If any peta people come across this, I would like too offend them as well.)

I DON'T WANT TOO TICK OFF THE MODS ;)
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Re: Pearl Harbor Day
« Reply #33 on: December 06, 2007, 08:57:03 PM »
Tomorrow is Pearl Harbor Day Please take a moment to remember the fine service people who lost their lives on that day so many years ago. We still have some of the wonderful World War 2 veterans with us. If you know any of them please take a moment tomorrow to thank them for all they did. Remember Pearl Harbor!!

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Great cartoons of the day. Lots of laughs!!


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« Reply #34 on: December 06, 2007, 09:48:17 PM »
Tomorrow is Pearl Harbor Day Please take a moment to remember the fine service people who lost their lives on that day so many years ago. We still have some of the wonderful World War 2 veterans with us. If you know any of them please take a moment tomorrow to thank them for all they did. Remember Pearl Harbor!!

USS Arizona under attack





Great cartoons of the day. Lots of laughs!!



Thanks CJD for the reminder about Pearl Harbor Day and to thank our WWII veterans.  O0

Those cartoons are so funny!  I was doubled over laughing.  :::D
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Re: Pearl Harbor Day
« Reply #35 on: December 09, 2007, 06:56:17 PM »
Tomorrow is Pearl Harbor Day Please take a moment to remember the fine service people who lost their lives on that day so many years ago. We still have some of the wonderful World War 2 veterans with us. If you know any of them please take a moment tomorrow to thank them for all they did. Remember Pearl Harbor!!

USS Arizona under attack





Great cartoons of the day. Lots of laughs!!



That was a great post CJD, it is very sad to remember but we should never forget what happened.

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Re: Pearl Harbor Day
« Reply #36 on: December 07, 2008, 05:31:40 AM »
Today is Pearl Harbor Day Please take a moment to remember the fine service people who lost their lives on that day so many years ago. We still have some of the wonderful World War 2 veterans with us. If you know any of them please take a moment today to thank them for all they did. Remember Pearl Harbor!!  Remember Pearl Harbor!!  Remember Pearl Harbor!!







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Re: Pearl Harbor Day
« Reply #37 on: December 07, 2008, 06:47:58 AM »
We will be attending the Pearl Harbor Ceremony at our local VFW.

A large majority of the patients I take care of in the hospital are World War II veterans.
Many tell me how grateful they are when someone THANKS them for their service.
They are always amazed, and grateful, when it is a younger person or child.

Thanks for the reminder, CJD.

http://plasma.nationalgeographic.com/pearlharbor/
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« Reply #38 on: December 07, 2009, 08:26:35 PM »
Remember Pearl Harbor!! Please take a moment tonight to remember the people who died at Pearl Harbor when our country was bombed  by the Japanese in a sneak attack that started WW2 for the United States.






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Re: Pearl Harbor Day
« Reply #39 on: December 07, 2009, 08:55:25 PM »
america has nothing to apologize for,they did what needed to be done plain and simple.back then we had balls,didn't worry about what other countries thought(especially the third world crapholes)we took care of business.my father fought in world war two,the normandy beach invasion to be exact,he has been gone for seven years now and sometimes i am almost relieved that he has not seen whats been going on here lately god bless all those who served and rest those souls who made the ultimate sacrifice.

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« Reply #40 on: December 07, 2009, 09:10:22 PM »
america has nothing to apologize for,they did what needed to be done plain and simple.back then we had balls,didn't worry about what other countries thought(especially the third world crapholes)we took care of business.my father fought in world war two,the normandy beach invasion to be exact,he has been gone for seven years now and sometimes i am almost relieved that he has not seen whats been going on here lately G-d bless all those who served and rest those souls who made the ultimate sacrifice.
I'm grateful for men such as your father, stevefromqueens. 
My Dad is horrified by what is going on in this country.  He too served during WWII.  He fell and broke his wrist last Wednesday.  We had an appointment to cast it today.  He was very upset to miss the Pearl Harbor Ceremony at our local VFW.  I'm sorry I missed it too.
I just want to remind everyone to please thank a veteran when you happen to meet one.  Especially the WWII veterans, we are loosing them fast and furious.
Thanks for reminding us again, CJD.
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« Reply #41 on: December 07, 2011, 06:07:57 PM »
Remember Pearl Harbor!! Please take a moment tonight to remember the people who died at Pearl Harbor when our country was bombed  by the Japanese in a sneak attack that started WW2 for the United States.
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« Reply #42 on: December 07, 2013, 06:55:29 AM »
Remember Pearl Harbor!! Please take a moment today to remember the people who died at Pearl Harbor when our country was bombed  by the Japanese in a sneak attack that started WW2 for the United States.
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« Reply #43 on: December 07, 2013, 09:31:23 PM »
Remember Pearl Harbor!! Please take a moment today to remember the people who died at Pearl Harbor when our country was bombed  by the Japanese in a sneak attack that started WW2 for the United States.
Bugs bunny nips the nips.
http://www.spike.com/video-clips/8xwag2/bugs-bunny-nips-the-nips-1944
Thanks cjd! I almost forgot, until I saw your post this morning.
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Ezekiel 33:6 But if the watchman see the sword come, and blow not the horn, and the people be not warned, and the sword do come, and take any person from among them, he is taken away in his iniquity, but his blood will I require at the watchman's hand.