24 May, 2009

A Korean War Story

Posted by Socrates in communism, Korea, Marxism, Socrates, war, war as a racket at 4:02 pm | Permanent Link

This Memorial Day, let’s remember all of the wars that we didn’t need to be involved in, shall we? Like this one. “Police action.” Riiight, Mr. Truman:

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  7. 2 Responses to “A Korean War Story”

    1. Parsifal Says:

      Truman actually prevented the US from winning the Korean War. 35,000 White American soldiers died for absolutely nothing in Korea. No wonder the Jews hail Truman as one of the best Presidents ever. Any President responsible for large numbers of Whites being killed and allowing Communism to spread unchecked always gets lauded by the Jew-controlled Government/Media/Eastern Academmic Establishment.

    2. Cpt. Candor Says:

      Driving by a memorial park in a college town a couple of years ago, just before memorial day, the place was lined with “Support Our Troops: END THE WAR” signs stuck in the ground. Drove by it earlier today: Nothing. I guess either they’ve gotten used to the concept of sufficiently mutilating each generation for the sake of an idea that most of them can’t even define beyond regurgitating some egalitarian drivel, or they only dislike war when an ostensibly White man is in charge of it.