Agreed. Not that I care much but we'll see if my account gets disabled for a while.
I reflect on this every year about this time. 9.11.01 taught me something that helped me connect with the men in my family, the older generations. I had Uncles who fought in WWII. They never trusted the Japanese - and to a lesser extent the Germans - but really they never, to the day they died, trusted anyone who was Japanese. They never bought Japanese products, etc. They never talked about it much or at all really. That's just how it was with them.
Well, a couple of years after 9/11 I realized I will never trust a muslim. Doesn't matter what race, if you are part of that cult I will never trust you. It doesn't matter if you say you left it - I won't believe you. Muslims are trained to lie to everyone else. Anyone who is now or ever was a muslim I will never trust, period.
And now I understand where my Uncles were coming from. My Father was just a bit too young, missed WWII by a few years. He was there for the Korean war. He didn't have any particular love for the Japanese either, but nothing like my Uncles. Now I get it. The larger lesson here is, the only people you can really count on are your people.
Well, a couple of years after 9/11 I realized I will never trust a muslim. Doesn't matter what race, if you are part of that cult I will never trust you ...
Roger that .. never.
posted on 09/11/2019 6:51:34 AM PDT
Well, a couple of years after 9/11 I realized I will never trust a muslim.
What took ya so long?
posted on 09/11/2019 6:55:44 AM PDT
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Interesting you should state that regarding your uncles lack of trust of Japanese. My father who fought in New Guinea and the Philippians felt the same way. However, I just learned about a business associate in Seattle experience with the Japanese. He has a Spanish Surname (Diaz) so I always assumed he was a Mexican immigrant. He was not. He grew up on Guam. His mother grew up in the Philippians. Her mother and father were in charge of the local school system when the Japanese invaded. The Japanese beheaded her father and mother in front of her and her 8 siblings. The children ended up in orphanages. They lost everything that day. Their dead parents had been fairly wealthy community leaders. They were made an example of. They also were fairly substantial land owners. The last 15 years have been spent by my Seattle friend and his family an lawyers trying to get back their land that was lost on that day. There are now commercial businesses occupying some of their property. Much of it is virgin jungle and forest. Needless to say, his mom is not a big fan of the Japanese.
“I realized I will never trust a Muslim.”
I agree that murderous acts are called for in their founding document. A devout Muslim must be willing to perform these acts when a given situation dictates it.
On the other hand, certainly many Muslims aren’t devout enough to perform those acts.
But how do we know which Muslims are the murderous ones, or for that matter which ones subtly help Islam toward their goal of eliminating non-Muslims and taking over the world?
Best bet is to not let too many be in our country and watch their activities closely.
We have no obligation to be any individual’s or any culture’s best buddy.
The larger lesson here is, the only people you can really count on are your people.
And we can not count on nearly half of "our" people.
posted on 09/11/2019 8:42:34 AM PDT
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