Friday, December 02, 2005

Atlantic Review Carnival: America-German Relations

The Atlantic Review is having a bloggers Carnival. Everyone is invited. It will be on December 11, 2005. This is one of the worst days in our recent memories. On December 11, 1941, Germany declared war on the United States of America. Now fast forward to the present.

Prior to the 1441 resolution, which was unanimously endorsed, France and Germany promised Secretary of State Powell they would back the United States if Saddam Hussein did not comply with said resolution. This was very important because had they done so, a united front would possibly have provided enough pressure on Saddam Hussein to back down and comply. He would have been without allies in the UN.

Unfortunately, this was not to be. As it were to be, many are learning day by day about massive bribery, theft of monies, and deceit in the oil for food program. This prevented either man from caring about anyone but themselves. (BTW, it was all about the oil contracts. Who was after the oil?)

Germany and France did not care about a country that saved them from the very fate the USA was trying help free these people. By the lack of goodwill and the greed of Germany, France, and Russia, jeapordy was upon the world. War with tyrants who commit genocide against their own people was the result. Who was to care about the ME? If not the USA and allies, who? If not now, when?

It has been stated over and again, "Never again." It appears to be only a measure to make one 'feel' better. It does not feel better. There may not have a need to go to war had there been a united front. No one shall ever know. Has the world seen the mass graves? There are over 400,000 dead Iraqis that were someone. They loved and were loved. Who are they?

Yet today, the UN cannot even reach a definition of the word 'genocide.' How absurd! The people in Darfur, Sudan, can tell you what it means. Does anyone care? Oh, that's right. One should not offend those who wish very much to continue their own genocide.

'Let genocide be genocide no matter who it offends. It offends me you do not recognize it.' The UN was created on this basis alone. If it cannot do it's duty, it should be dismantled.

One of Germany's cabinat members had the audacity to call President Bush a Nazi? What an insult! He was Germany's monster, and the USA, along with many allies, defeated him. It is not understandable...unless they want to live under true fascism? It is probable they do not. It is also probable they never have, or they would not be carelessly tossing around words such as these.

Commentary: I had written a comment earlier where I stated my belief that Germans wanted "us" dead. Allow me to expand. By not standing with us, you stood against us with the terrorists. That is as plain as I am able to put it. When we needed you, you were not there. I find that hard to forgive, but I am willing to listen and try.

You really hurt me personally. Your hatred for President Bush did not give you the right to hate me. What did I do? You also have hurt all the families and loved ones of all those whom have lost their lives in a war we may not have had to fight, if only you would have stood with us...

PS. I hope I did not offend the good people who understand, and I hope I offended every jerk that wishes us harm. Thank you for allowing me to speak my mind. It has weighed heavily. I'm sure you have some feelings I could learn from as well. God bless you, and have a good day.

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