Monday, September 26, 2005


"We are not denying and we are not afraid to confess, this war is our war and that it is waged for the liberation of Jewry...Stronger than all fronts together is our front, that of Jewry. We are not only giving this war our financial support on which the entire war production is based. We are not only providing our full propaganda power which is the moral energy that keeps this war going. The guarantee of victory is predominantly based on weakening the enemy forces, ondestroying them in their own country, within the resistance. And we are the Trojan Horses in the enemy's fortress. Thousands of Jews living in Europe constitute the principal factor in the destruction of our enemy. There, our front is a fact and the most valuable aid for victory." (Chaim Weizmann, President of the World Jewish Congress, in a Speech on December 3, 1942, in New York City).

This is very sad for me to read such things. I weep for the thousands and thousands of Christian men that died on the battlefields during this war. I pray that history does not repeat itself. For those skeptical of other view points about history, have you so easily forgotten the revisionist history that you see going on every day. Hint: Rathergate. Think about this fact, the German newspapers were all shut down and the only print was that of Jew owned newpapers.

I suppose future generations will read in history books that President George W. Bush was the worst president that we ever had, and that President Clinton was framed about sexual affairs, and perhaps it was a double impersonating him. Hillary Clinton will be the greatest woman that ever lived, and in the top ten list of all women that ever lived. Madona will be described as the best mother of all time, and Jane Fonda will get the Nobel Peace Prize before she dies. President Jimmy Carter will be described as the best economist- minded President that we ever had, and praised for leading our country into prosperity. President Reagan will be called a Nazi, and it will be told that people celebrated his death. I am just being ridiculous, I hope, but I am just trying to point out that the old adage is true that states "believe nothing of what you hear." I do not know what to believe anymore, and it is like trying to put life's puzzle together where many pieces just do not fit. It is a curse to be curious, and researching sometimes leads only to frustration.

If it were not for this Iraq War, and the whole war on terrorism, I would have never gotten into this research about prior wars. I wish that we could go back to pre 911, and somehow prevent the attack on our country. Oh, I long for more peaceful days, and long for the religous wars to go away. I wish that we would have never lost Kelly Courtney, such a wonderful young man in this war. When will we be through with wars? Never so long as man has anything to do with it.

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