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Why It’s Important to Remember World War Two

JustMCMC Wrote: Jun 11, 2012 2:17 AM
My only agenda is the truth, and ending our non-defensive wars. Stick your uninformed "better men than you" up yours. You have no idea about my gratitude or lack thereof. The brave men who fought for the USA in that war were victims of the crooks like Wilson, Teddy Roosevelt, Taft, and FDR, and many others. I'm not ungrateful for their efforts and sacrifices, rather I'm standing up for their betrayal. Foremost, NONE of their sacrifices would have been needed if crooks hadn't sent American men into the hopelessly NON-DEFENSIVE WWI. Learn some history AND some manners, you intellectually dishonest child. I'm standing up for the brave Americans who were BETRAYED by crooks. You side with the crooks who sold them out.

A couple of years ago, I got involved with the National World War Two Museum in New Orleans. Like any endeavor someone chooses to make time for, I did it for a variety of reasons. As I have waded deeper into the museum, I learn more and more. Whether you like it or not, World War Two has cast an indelible shadow onto your life. The war ended in 1945. But the effects of the war are still with us.

The generation that fought the war is leaving us through attrition. They are all in their eighties and nineties...

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