The Kennedy-Nixon Debates: JFK Lied, Cubans Died
Posted by Humberto Fontova Sep 30th 2010 at 6:17 am
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Interesting match here. In one corner, the man who blasted almost half the Imperial Japanese fleet to fiery rubble and sent it to the bottom of the Pacific at the Battle of Leyte Gulf. In the other, the man who managed to get his PT boat Karate-chopped in half by a Japanese destroyer, a feat of nautical ingenuity that still has naval men scratching their heads – and one that almost got him court-martialed. Only some heavy political pressure saved John F. Kennedy in 1944. Alas, politics prevailed again that night in April ‘61. JFK refused to help the freedom fighters. The election was over, you see.
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Any native, in country, that even listens to the US Gooferment, should read this tale of woe.
Anyone, who helps the US, needs a psych consult.
If your own people don’t kill you, your “friend” may.
Or, at least, abandon you to your fate. Remember the helicopters from the roof of the US Embassy. “We” don’t have a good track record.
The Dead Old White Guys, who advised against entangling alliances, and who were probably thrilled by the arrival of the French fleet, must be rolling over at the actions of “We, The People”.
“… May your chains rest lightly upon you and may posterity forget that you were our countrymen.”—Samuel Adams
Seems to apply.
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