(Warum Ich Liebe America) 



 At the current time, I cannot boast about America being the world power it was under Ronald Reagan or even John Kennedy.  I do however; know that America’s constitution makes it the best potential country to live in.  Our government has currently been infiltrated by communists.  One of the flaws with a democratic republic is you get what the people elect and people are easily “lied to”.  Even if the candidate appears messianic in speech and appearance, we know this to be true; power corrupts and Absolute Power corrupts absolutely.

 That is the current situation in the United States of America.  “We the People” are fighting to keep our “Liberty”.  To Mein Vaterland, Deutschland, if Obama is spying on you; you can imagine what he is doing to us.  He is trying his hardest to take our “right to own guns” away.  That is a must for any dictator.  He knows if he tries to convert America to a communist country, we will defend the Constitution of the United States.  Thomas Jefferson once said: “The tree of liberty must be watered with the blood of patriots from time to time”.

 But I still love the Constitution and the United States.

Our history is not without flaws.  Just ask the Native/indigenous Americans we took this land from.  This country, I’m sad to say, was not “founded” by English settlers.  It was conquered by English settlers.  But I must say that if a hostile takeover was inevitable, it was better that it was conquered by Western Europe than China or Russia.

We have the Slave situation in our past where human life was bought and sold like livestock.  This was an accepted yet despicable practice that went on for 200 years.  One can only wonder what America would look like had we never imported Africans and used them as slaves.

I served my country and almost died for my country.  I am a U.S. Military Veteran.  I did what was asked of me.  So as an ex-soldier, I understand the consequences of following and not following orders.  So I don’t blame the participants of the previous wars but I do rebuke the leaders of all who were involved.

Again another one of our country’s flawed past.   America under President Franklin Delano Roosevelt rounded up 112,000 Americans of Asian ethnicity in 1942 and put them in “internment” camps.  This was a gross violation of our constitution.  The same president had this to say about the war in Germany:

“We have got to be tough with Germany and I mean the German people, not just the Nazis. You either have to castrate the German people or you have got to treat them in such a manner so they can’t just go on reproducing people who want to continue the way they have in the past.” ~ Roosevelt (D)

 FDR’s Justification for the genocidal bombing of Germany.

 Operation Thunderclap was designed to kill civilians (NOT SOLDIERS) fleeing from the Red Army for their own safety because both FDR and Churchill were afraid of the so called German Race. The targeted cities of operation Clarion were nothing more than state sponsored murders. No better than Hitler’s war on the Jew. (Nuremburg was targeted because it was an “Ideological city”) Britain killed 3 times as many German civilians as U.S. Bombers. Britain hit Germany with 20 times the payload Germany hit Britain with.“You must understand that this war is not against Hitler or National Socialism, but against the strength of the German people, which is to be smashed once and for all, regardless of whether it is in the hands of Hitler or a Jesuit priest.”   ~Winston Churchill

Even with our stained past, I still love this country.  It will hopefully, once again, be the shining city on the hill that the great President Ronald Reagan spoke of.


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