What the heck, America? Are you really that suicidal? On Memorial Day? The day you honor your fallen soldiers, sailors, airmen, and Marines?
When the son of a World War II veteran says he was “uncomfortable” seeing a Japanese man win the Indianapolis 500 on Memorial Day — you fire him and shame him into issuing a groveling apology, which is still not good enough to atone for his sin of…what was it, again?
What was his sin in this godless mass society of no-god-but-public-opinion? Not wanting to see his father’s sacrifice and the ultimate sacrifices of hundreds of thousands of American men during World War II and our other wars be a total waste. That’s his sin. Not wanting his country to be overrun by foreigners. The very foreigners whom his dad fought in the greatest war this world has ever seen.
We already knew that you were cuckolded and cowardly in regards to your own survival and that of your children. But you’ve at least held onto one or two natural instincts that stem from a native love of country and race. One of those is the reverence of your warriors, especially those who paid the ultimate price in the service of their nation. As pro-white Christians, we know that such men are often misused, misled, and misguided because since 1776 our nation has waged few just wars and many anti-white, anti-Christian ones. But still…warriors always respect bravery and courage, even by their enemies. And so do decent civilizations.
But now you’re so in love with “the other” that you would rather trample on the honest, natural feelings of a man whose dad fought Japs in order to bask in the triumph of a Jap on the very same day meant to honor those who died at their hands.
The problem is not just that the Denver Post is a craven institution beholden to the satanic deconstruction of a once-great civilization. It’s that the masses are in full compliance with, and enthusiastically support, the insane program. Scroll down the comments section on the Washington Post story and you’ll find that upwards of 80 percent of the commenters approved of the firing. At most, the “conservatives” commenting thought it was heavy-handed. They did, however, agree with the liberal press that the man’s discomfort was essentially racist and thus immoral and inappropriate.
After scrolling through about 100 comments, I found literally one comment that possessed sanity.
Lord have mercy on that lone, sane American. As for the rest of them, in the words of our patriot forefather Samuel Adams,
If ye love wealth better than liberty, the tranquility of servitude better than the animating contest of freedom, go home from us in peace. We ask not your counsels or arms. Crouch down and lick the hands which feed you. May your chains set lightly upon you, and may posterity forget that ye were our countrymen.