Donít Forget the Jap Killings

Dec 7, 2009 Full story: www.csmonitor.com 150

Japanese people attacked the USA, killing thousands of innocent American women, children, and men. Now you buy their cars. Be American and shun inferior Japanese cars.

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Vivek Golikeri

Fort Lauderdale, FL

#155 Nov 15, 2010
Drunk Drivers Kill Kids wrote:
Pearl was a military installation and a couple thousand soldiers died. Hiroshima and Nagasaki were cities and hundreds of thousands of civilians died..
True, but irrelevant. What is relevant is that they started the war, and that had Hitler or Japan made the bomb first, their use of it would have made Hiroshima and Nagasaki look like Mother Theresa.
Truth be told

United States

#156 Nov 15, 2010
News update on the Toyota killings:

http://www.abc4.com/content/news/top_stories/...
Stop It

Belle River, Canada

#157 Nov 15, 2010
Truth be told wrote:
News update on the Toyota killings:
http://www.abc4.com/content/news/top_stories/...
Unfortunately that post an incorrect "interpretation" of the news.
The accident in question is still under investigation and a true cause has not been deternined.
All there is so far is some speculation as to what "might be the cause" by police officers.
At this stage it's unfair, unjust, and blatantly wrong to point blame at anything or anyone.
Oh Geeze

Columbus, OH

#158 Nov 15, 2010
Dont blame the Japs... they should have bought American in the first place.
Vivek Golikeri

Fort Lauderdale, FL

#159 Dec 9, 2010
Son O Fire wrote:
Look. I was stationed in Japan for four years with the Air Force. While I don't think they fully realize the full extent of the damage their parents and grandparents did, I do believe they know they don't want to travel down that path again and most Japanese wish too work closly with us. In fact, I trust the Japanese more than I do our Canadian neighbors most of the time.
The Japanese walk a fine line when it comes to military invlvement anywhere in the world. If China and Korea continues to grow as a threat, Japan no doubt will change it's peaceful position and rapidly grow into a military power once again.
In closing. punishing Japan for WWII today is pointless, when China, Russia, Jihadi's, and even our own Progressives, pose a bigger and deeper threat.
Domo arrigato!
This is exactly how I feel about America,Canada, and tolerant, open-minded white people of 2010. To blame them for the racism and oppression of the past would be exactly the same injustice done to the Nisei. I have lived in America thirty years, long a citizen, love the America of today. Indeed, I have enjoyed more kindness and justice here than where I came from.

On Facebook, a few super-patriot morons in Klamath Falls started abusing me merely because I blogged that minorities should turn their back on that Pearl Harbor stuff. Insults I can ignore, but when one hinted at possible revenge, I contacted Facebook and warned I'd go to the FBI.

You still get outdated Archie Bunkers like that, just as you still find aging Nazis in Germany or Emperor-worshipping fools at today's Yakusuni Shrine. But in general, white people have really changed. Honor the dead, but please don't live in the cemetery.
Vivek Golikeri

Fort Lauderdale, FL

#160 Feb 27, 2011
JJFADS wrote:
<quoted text> Unions are no longer needed in this country.
Well SOMETHING is needed in this country to bring jobs and the manufacturing base back home. Unions enabled poor class workers to rise into the middle class. Government has become the handmaiden of big business, and the nation's capital is invested overseas while America decays.

The real danger to this country is not creeping socialism but creeping GLOBALISM. With the devastation that George W. Bush, Benjamin Madoff and Wall Street have caused, where's the need for anyone to mess up Pearl Harbor anyway?!

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Since: Jun 09

Dallas, TX.

#161 Feb 28, 2011
Vivek Golikeri wrote:
<quoted text>
Well SOMETHING is needed in this country to bring jobs and the manufacturing base back home. Unions enabled poor class workers to rise into the middle class. Government has become the handmaiden of big business, and the nation's capital is invested overseas while America decays.
The real danger to this country is not creeping socialism but creeping GLOBALISM. With the devastation that George W. Bush, Benjamin Madoff and Wall Street have caused, where's the need for anyone to mess up Pearl Harbor anyway?!
Unions are no longer needed in this country.

“Most Honored Senior Member ”

Since: Jun 09

Dallas, TX.

#163 Dec 7, 2011
It was this day in history the Japanese attacked the USA and killed 2,400 American men and women. It is important that we don't forget these wonderful people.
Proud Canadian

Belle River, Canada

#164 Dec 7, 2011
JJFADS wrote:
It was this day in history the Japanese attacked the USA and killed 2,400 American men and women. It is important that we don't forget these wonderful people.
As sad an event as that was, it simply underscores how senseless war is.
Two years before Pearl Harbor, a garrison of 25,000 Canadians was attacked by a superior force of Japanese at Singapore. Over 5,000 died in that battle and the ensueing death march by the Canadian prisoners.
WWII accounted for over 50 million dead in all conflict around the world.
Lest we forget!!
Root

Shreveport, LA

#165 Dec 7, 2012
Another year gone by.

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