Wednesday, December 03, 2003

McAmericans need to shut up.

I thank God, not Allah, everyday that our great country did not have to rely on its current citizens to fight WWII. If it had, THE WORLD, would be speaking German and/or Japanese. The Patriotic Americans that fought WWII had more realistic expectations of the military and political leaders of the day. Since Korea, Americans have become used to running as soon as we get hurt and have been satisfied with incomplete victories and even failures. WWII Americans would not have been so complacent.

America's greatest enemy is not "radical" Islam (sic); it is the current crop of self-centered, spoiled and sissified McAmericans. The McAmericans give credence to the terrorist's boast that America is weak and decedent. Every deviant and amoral behavior and belief possible is celebrated and/or given special status in their America. They attack decent and moral behaviors and beliefs as draconian or even Fascist.

The old Americans used to applaud achievement and excellence. Today McAmerican culture promotes mediocrity and discourages recognizing any achievement to prevent hurting the mediocre one's feelings. Failure is acceptable. The old Americans were Patriotic, loved their country, felt voting was a responsibility and deemed defending their country was a duty and an honor. McAmericans are unpatriotic, don't give a damn about their country, can't spare the time to vote and have no problem letting someone else defend America.

The War on Terrorism is for America WWIII, it is a war of survival for the US. We cannot cut and run when things don't end soon enough for CNN and the McAmericans. We need to stick this out for however long it takes and make whatever sacrifices we need to, to win. The economy, prescription drugs, Medicare, gay marriages are all idiotic topics for our leaders to be discussing when we are fighting a war for our survival. How self-centered can America become? If it can wait until after the war, than it should wait. All of these topics would have been put on hold during WWII and they should be now.

The thing that burns me the most is these McAmericans are protesting a war necessary for the survival of America. They complain about the loss of rights, they are not willing to make even minor sacrifices to defend. They profess to speak for the military that they despise and would never consider being a member of. A majority of the military rejects their values and beliefs. They don't want McAmericans to speak for them. All McAmericans manage to do is undermine the soldiers, make their job harder, embolden the enemy and get more of them killed. Shut the F@#& up!

Let's look at some numbers;
Washington DC had 262 murders in 2002. (1)
Detroit had 402 murders in 2002. (1)
Los Angeles had 654 murders in 2002. (1)
Chicago had 648 murders in 2002. (1)
New York had 590 murders in 2002. (1)
Allied deaths on D-Day, June 6, 1944, (one day) were 2500+. (2)
Total Allied killed in Europe June to August 1944 were 53,714. (2)
Coalition deaths since the beginning of the war in Iraq to date are 526. (3)
American civilians killed in terror attacks on American soil since New Years Day 2002 are 0. (4)

With all of the uproar over the military casualties in Iraq, I am glad we don't have to ask the McAmericans to land on the beaches of Normandy today. The last number tells us that our military and homeland security agencies are successfully engaging the terrorists.

One last figure for those of you that believe the Patriot act has eroded some of those rights you take for granted, but are unwilling to defend.

Number of credible alledged cases of abuse of power recorded by the Dept. of Justice since the Patriot act was enacted is 34. Many of them relitively minor offenses as name calling by guards. Wrong, but hardly life ending. 34 alledge cases out of 293 million people. So what happened to their dire predictions? Considering the other numbers listed here, I think I can live with the number 34.

Facts and figures.
(4) You have to believe me on this one, the media only reports the bad, not the good news