Infamy @ 75

Today is the 75th Anniversary of the Japanese surprise attack on Pearl Harbor, Hawaii.

A lot has changed in 75 years.

My Dad was in College during WWII and would have seen combat in the Pacific if the war had not ended when it did.

So I have the ultimate respect for the men and women who fought in that Greatest Generation, especially in light of their current descendants, The Crybaby Generation. What a disgrace. And that’s what I want to focus on, the past of the future.


Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe won’t apologize for Japan’s attack when he visits the U.S. naval base at Pearl Harbor later this month, the government spokesman said Tuesday.

Chief Cabinet Secretary Yoshihide Suga said that “the purpose of the upcoming visit is to pay respects for the war dead and not to offer an apology.” (ABC News)

As it should be. Unlike, the psychotic apologist, their is nothing to apologize for. Next thing you know white people are going to apologize for Slavery…oh wait…Or we’ll apologize for internment camps (by a Democrat President)…oh wait.. 😦

See what I mean.

But let’s take the way back machine and see what could have happened give what their descendants have done.

The response was swift and sure. On December 8, Congress voted a declaration of war with only one dissent. In the global conflict that followed, Americans were more united than ever before – or since.

More than 292,000 Americans died in battle, and another 672,000 were wounded. During the conflict, Japan lost 1.3 million people or 2.7% of its pre-war population. More than 100,000 died in the B-29 bombings of Tokyo, and twice that number were killed when atom bombs were dropped on Hiroshima and Nagasaki. By August 1945, Japanese and German cities were piles or rubble – some still smoldering.

It was a victory of epic proportions that came at a terrible price. But Western civilization prevailed and the Japanese warlords and Nazi leaders were tried as war criminals.


Today as we remember those whose lives were taken at Pearl Harbor YAF asks, What would have happened if we had fought World War II the way we’re fighting the war on Islamic terrorism? What if political correctness guided America in the weeks and months after Pearl Harbor?

· On December 8, 1941, Franklin Delano Roosevelt would have come before a joint session of Congress to apologize for the presence of U.S. Marines in Nicaragua and the Dominican Republic earlier in the century, and the Spanish-American War. He would have offered to give the Philippines back to Spain and pay reparations.

· He would have referred to December 7, 1941 as “a day pretty much like any other and let’s not make a big deal of it” and cautioned that, “I think that at a time when the country is anxious generally and going through a tough time, then fears can surface, suspicions can surface. We have to make sure that we don’t start turning on each other.” To put the emphasis where it properly belonged, the president would have said that anniversaries of Pearl Harbor would be officially designated National Days of Service.

· America’s slogan would have become “Remember, Pearl Harbor was no one’s fault.”

· FDR would have threatened negotiations if Japanese aggression didn’t cease immediately and sought sanctions from the League of Nations.

· Public officials would have taken to referring to Pearl Harbor, the Bataan Death March (more properly, the Bataan Relocation Program) and the Holocaust as “man-caused disasters.”

· Reports of German or Japanese atrocities would have been accompanied by the requisite recitation of the sins of slavery and Wounded Knee.

· In 1942, a number of Congressmen would have complained that the fighting on Guadalcanal was unwinnable and unnecessary. The Marines would have been withdrawn and the island-hopping campaign discontinued.

· Actor Errol Flynn might have speculated that Pearl Harbor was “an inside job,” and suggested a Zionist conspiracy to push the U.S. into a war with the Axis powers.

· The President would have proclaimed Shintoism “a religion of peace” which had nothing to do with the “man-caused disaster” of Dec. 7th, and explained that “Banzai” pertains to a spiritual struggle.

· Commentators would have urged us to distinguish between ordinary Nazis, who just want to live in peace, and Nazi militants. The later somehow had managed to distort their ideology of brotherhood.

· In his 1941 Holiday Message (which, coincidentally, would have come around December 25th ), FDR would have told the American people, “We do not consider ourselves a Christian nation,” but that Japanese ancestor worship “has done so much over the centuries to shape the world – including my own country.”

· A Shinto shrine would have been erected over the sunken U.S.S. Arizona. Those who objected to this free-exercise of religion would have been excoriated as bigots and racists by the media.

· Teach-ins opposing the U.S. war mobilization would have been held on college campuses across the country. At Columbia University, an assistant professor of anthropology would have said, “The only heroes are those who find ways to help defeat the U.S. military” and “I personally would like to see a million Pearl Harbors.”

· The minister of the church FDR attended in Hyde Park would have said the Day of Infamy was “America’s chickens coming home to roost” and “G-d damn America!”

· Words like “Jap,” “Nip,” Kraut” and “Jerry” would have been banned as hate speech.

· Civil libertarians would have demanded that German saboteurs, captured in June 1942, be tried in civilian courts.

· J. Edgar Hoover would have announced that the FBI would not engage in racial or ethnic profiling in rounding up spies, and that the Bureau was specifically targeting Irish nuns and French pastry chefs.

· The German American Bund would have decried the arrest of German nationals in the wake of Berlin’s declaration of war on the United States and suggested that they were victims of entrapment.

· Army Chief of Staff General George C. Marshall would have announced plans to have homosexuals serve openly in the Armed Forces. Thereafter, enlistment rates would have plummeted. Chaplains who opposed the policy would have been told to praise the lord and keep their mouths shut.

· Planning for D-Day, Supreme Allied Commander General Dwight David Eisenhower would have said he didn’t see why 110-lb. women, carrying 45-lbs of equipment and supplies, couldn’t wade ashore in rough surf at Omaha Beach. But, just to be safe, canvas tennis shoes would be issued to the troops in place of combat boots.

· To teach tolerance, American school children would have celebrated Emperor Hirohito’s birthday, and role-played at being kamikaze pilots.

· Republicans would have repeatedly asked Roosevelt where Japan’s weapons of mass destruction were and speculated that the war was FDR’s personal vendetta against Tojo and Hitler.

· On September 2, 1945, the United States would have formally surrendered to the Empire of Japan on the battleship Kongo anchored in New York harbor. Thereafter, we would have had sukiyaki for Thanksgiving.

We fight for freedom, we fight for our future, and we fight to honor those who gave their lives at Pearl Harbor to keep America free. God bless America!

Jordan Marks

Executive Director

Young Americans for Freedom





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