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jarkoer

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RodimusPrime

Subj: Re: As long as we're on the topic of WW2 and propoganda...
Posted: Mon Feb 12, 2007 at 01:31:00 pm CST
Reply Subj: As long as we're on the topic of WW2 and propoganda...
Posted: Sat Feb 10, 2007 at 03:51:06 am CST

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> This is because America simply isn't able to get everybody on-side with a war effort like she used to be able to. The war propaganda doesn't sell well any more.

The powers that be in the U.S. instigated Japan's attack so that they could pull the country into a war that nobody wanted to be in. Wow, history really does repeat itself. *rhe*
If you can find it, look up Charles Lindburgh's "Who are the Agitators?" speech. I think that should be required reading in public schools.

> > This is because America simply isn't able to get everybody on-side with a war effort like she used to be able to. The war propaganda doesn't sell well any more.
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> The powers that be in the U.S. instigated Japan's attack so that they could pull the country into a war that nobody wanted to be in. Wow, history really does repeat itself. *rhe*
> If you can find it, look up Charles Lindburgh's "Who are the Agitators?" speech. I think that should be required reading in public schools.

A lot of things ought to be required reading in public schools. It's good to know that China, all of South East Asia and all the various independant states in Oceana ought to sue America for Japan taking over their countries. And if I were a family member of one of the 60,000 American POW's who died in Japanese labor camps, I too would be suing the American Government for their direct involvement based on the opinion of an early 20th century socialist.

Afterwards, everybody in society must be forced to pay restitution to every criminal and murderer in prison for their involvement in forcing them into a life of crime. It's certainly wasn't Jeffrey Dahmer's fault for killing and canabalizing all those people. It was society's. Therefore, society must pay.

Wow. Isn't the American legal stystem great? There's no such thing as personal guilt or responsibility. I think I'll go spill some coffee on my lap, and sue a fast food restaurant for making me want their coffee so much.