Remember Pearl Harbor: It’ll Be Worse Next Time

Remember Pearl Harbor: It’ll Be Worse Next Time

Senior Citizens will need no refresher course on the history of Pearl Harbor. Many of us have made a pilgrimage there, to the grave-site of the Battle  Ship Arizona, to pay our respects to all of our Americans who died there on December 7, 1941. “A Date That Will Live In Infamy”. I will wager that the majority of America’s youth will not know the origin of this phrase; and they will not know how to tell the story of that day in Oahu. Hawaii.

I pray that I am wrong, but I believe the next major attack against America, by those who hate all that we are, will be much worse. Worse even than the  Islamic Terrorist’s murderous destruction of the New Your Trade Centers on September 11, 2011.

I fear a devastating biochemical, nuclear, impulse bomb (disabling our electrical grid), international financial attack on our economy or a paralyzing cyber-attack of some sort, etc., any one such event intensifying what is now essentially WWIII.

Until, such a likely future event, Islamic Terrorist attacks will continue to involve a string of smaller explosions and multiple killings at innumerable soft-target locations across America and the world.

I believe the best way to defend ourselves against our mortal enemies (and to reverse our sociocultural decline) is to purge our government of radical liberals and progressive socialist/communist sympathizing politicians at all levels of our government.

This can be done at America’s ballot boxes.

We must then also close out borders, embolden citizens to report suspicious activity, increase intelligence activities abroad (and at home while protecting our freedoms as best we can), negotiate with our enemies from a position of superior strength and will, and if necessary…preemptively destroy all eminent threats to America’s existence.

Please pay your respects to the following (mostly actual) images of the Pear Harbor Attack.

Also, below is a brief history of the attack on Pear Harbor.

V. Thomas Mawhinney, 12/7/14

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