Skip to comments.YOU'RE NOT PATRIOTIC, YOU'RE A TRAITOR
Posted on 04/10/2003 7:05:53 AM PDT by Apolitical
YOU'RE NOT PATRIOTIC, YOU'RE A TRAITOR
By Erik Barath
Freedom of speech is a wonderful thing, especially when practiced by me. So allow me to flex my Constitutionally protected muscle.
You! Yes you! The ones at the New York "die ins" and San Franciscan "vomit ins" and all other protesters in between. I have a news flash for you. You're not patriotic, brave or remotely respectable. You're vile, hypocritical and accessories to murder.
You stand against everything this country was built on, which by the way, allows you to be so vile without incarceration or execution, punishments which would be imposed on you, for speaking out, by those regimes you stand in solidarity with.
You're un-American and I'm not afraid to say it. If you have the right to erroneously equate George Bush to Adolf Hitler or call America a terrorist nation, I certainly have the right to call you what is already proven.
We see who you are now. Your cohorts in the liberal media can't vouch for you anymore. Your vile protest signs and offensive chants made sure of that. The jig is up. Even your greatest sponsors, CNN, couldn't hide the fact that Marxist, anti-Semitic groups organize your little shindigs. They can't hide your support of North Korea's butcher, Kim Jong-Il or your denial of Tiennamen Square. They can't hide your hatred for the state of Israel or your hatred for the US military. The same military that gave and sustains your right to be so hateful.
And your view of this war is illustrative of who you really are. You echo the Iraqi propaganda minister Baghdad Bob's every words. You would rather believe the words of proven liars rather than those from the free world. You're a bunch of walking, second rate slogans without merit or shred of reality.
Peace is not a bumper sticker, tie dyed T-shirt or hand gesture. It is something which comes from the great sacrifice of the few so that many more can live better live in the future. But what would you know about sacrifice? I see who you are. Most of you are young, un-showered, un-disciplined, unemployed and overrated. It seems that the vast majority of you come from well off households and attend elite Universities. You hold anti corporate hostilities but wear the latest gear from Ambercrombie & Finch. Everything you have came from the system you rage against.
And speaking of peace, the song "Give Peace a Chance" never liberated an oppressed peoples. Nor was John Lennon a great diplomat who ever softened the hearts of Pol Pot, Saddam or KIm Jong-Il. But since you people get your marching orders from Lennon songs, here's one I believe in. "Happiness is a Warm Gun."(bang bang, shoot shoot)
Freedom has always come at the end of a warm, smoking gun. America's freedom, and subsequent Constitution, resulted from war as did the freedom of slaves. Most of Europe would speak German and reside as German satellite states if not for American guns. Bosnian Muslims, collectively, would have been relegated to fertilizer if not for the guns of the US.
Your silly banners, T-shirts, bumper stickers and hand gestures have never aided anyone's liberation.And what's your obsession with leftist ideology and Communism? Are you so out of touch with historic reality? Or do you have a sadistic romanticist identification with murderous rule?
Marching behind the banners of the Socialist Workers Party while holding signs that equate Bush to Hitler is obscene. Standing together with an organization that supports Kim Jong-Il lends no credence to your argument that a war In Iraq will take innocent lives. You obviously support the taking of innocent lives as long as it's not taken by American soldiers.
And what about innocent lives? Saddam kills a truckload of Iraqis by the time you awake in each afternoon to your breakfast of granola and hemp juice. Get a clue.
But most of you are adamant about Bush being the king of evil in this world. Of course, that is, until one of you are forced to deal with actual reality.
Kenneth Joseph, a young American pastor, went to Iraq as a human shield. Once there, Joseph was quick to learn that Iraqis were praying for the war. They said that they were willing to get their homes demolished if it meant the end of Hussein. Joseph said: "Their tales of slow torture and killing made me ill, such as people put in a huge shredder for plastic products, feet first so they could hear their screams as bodies got chewed up from foot to head."
Kenneth Joseph now supports the war. What a surprise......
(Excerpt) Read more at iconoclast.ca ...
And speaking of peace, the song "Give Peace a Chance" never liberated an oppressed peoples. Nor was John Lennon a great diplomat who ever softened the hearts of Pol Pot, Saddam or KIm Jong-Il.
A guy after my own heart.
These are the regimes which cannot be reasoned with, and diplomacy fails because they mock it, and are quite adept at saying onething yet doing another in order to exploit the sensitivities of those of the antiwar stance, and to bring about a paralysis in policy. Those are the dictators that cannot be dealt with except through strength, resolve, and a willingness to say "no more, you've had your last chance".
Hussein had twelve years of last chances, and either he or his successor son would have gravely threatened the world in time to come.
MEGA bump to the top!!
Just send him the text of this thread.
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