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Среда, 02 Апреля 2003 г. 05:39 (ссылка)
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This passage was written at the beginning of World War II..
1. Read this passage once.
2. Now the fun part,
Instead of Germany think Iraq
Instead of Japan think Al Qaeda
Yamatoto - Osama Bin Laden
Hitler - Hussein
December 7 - September 11.
League of Nations - United Nations
Radio stock market bubble - Internet stock market bubble.
Got the idea?
Even as I write, that pathetic cripple who occupies the White House is dispatching American troops to land in North Africa. That’s right – Roosevelt’s answer to the December 7 attack on America is to go to war on a country that had nothing to do with the Day of Infamy. Having totally failed to find Isoroku Yamamoto’s shadowy band of conspirators, he’s going to get us into a war with a country on the opposite side of the world from the society that shelters Yamamoto and his men.
None of us in the Charles Lindbergh League have any illusions about Adolf Hitler. He doesn’t like America at all. After all, it was we who attacked Germany in 1917, then helped push through twenty years of League of Nations sanctions that have destroyed its economy. According to some sources, 500,000 German children have died since the 1918 cease-fire.
The differences between Germany and the land that birthed Yamamoto’s organization go far beyond mere geography. Yamamoto is a Shinto, while Germany is secular and Christian. Hitler is a white supremacist, while Yamamoto is Asian. Their languages, history and culture are not in any way similar. Yet Roosevelt insists that bringing Yamamoto to justice – a job that all sane diplomats know must be left to the League of Nations - requires that the US send troops to invade Germany.
To build his case against Germany, the cowboy in the White House would have us believe every unsubstantiated tale spread by ethnic pressure groups. Hitler is accused of gassing his own people, a charge which even if true would be a problem for Germans, not Americans. Hitler is supposedly starving and enslaving minorities; how is this different than our treatment of the Indians? We’re being asked to believe that the League of Nations sanctions, including the no-industry zone in the Ruhr, have nothing to do with Germany’s inability to feed itself. Meanwhile the pompous and ineffectual Prime Minister, Roosevelt’s last friend left in the world, has an obvious special interest: Britain is bombing Berlin, while Germany is bombing London. Hitler is accused of stockpiling mustard gas and developing ballistic missiles. League of Nations inspectors have had twenty years to find their elusive gases and nonexistent missiles, and have come up with nothing. In the words of chief inspector Hans Schultz, “I see nothing, I see noth-thing!”
So in the absence of a real policy, why is Roosevelt targeting Germany, of all countries? The Lindbergh League has examined the shady skein of business relationships within the Roosevelt family, and our conclusion is that it’s all about German products. Germany is one of the world’s leading producers of cheese and white wine. From the Hartz Mountains of the east, with its vast deposits of pet food, to the baby milk factories of Krupp and Thyssen, Germany brims with products that corporations controlled by the Roosevelts would love to get their greasy hands on. During the recent stock market bubble, Roosevelt’s rich friends lost their shirts buying radio stocks. Now, as America struggles out of the depths of depression, they want to sacrifice your sons’ lives to refill their coffers with the spoils of war.
Even as opponents of the war, we join with all Americans in disgust at the cowardly attacks of December 7. We’re wondering why Roosevelt is devoting so little of the War Department’s massive new budget to Japan, while he hammers away at Germany. Perhaps he realizes that the Shinto militants can never be truly defeated. They are after all suicide bombers produced by two thousand years of military culture, who welcome death as a sacrament. For every one we kill, a hundred more will rise to take his place. We don’t know whether Yamamoto is alive or dead, and whether the taunting voice tapes he broadcasts every month over NHK are real or the work of actors. What we do know is that even if our scientists were to invent Flash Gordon’s magical ray-gun in time to win this war, Japan and Germany would only hate us – and depend on us - forever.
We of the Lindbergh League are not only loyal Americans, but also fiscal conservatives. The federal deficits that Roosevelt has run up since the collapse of the radio bubble have been serious enough, but now we’re being asked to add to that the cost of a reprise of the Great War. We think that Vichy France, vilified though it may be of late, has the right idea: a quick military ratification of Hitler’s newfound might, followed by renormalization of trade and diplomatic relations. America cannot afford another five years of troops rotting away in the trenches. Before the mustard gas rains down upon our own cities, it’s time to proclaim a unilateral armistice while there is still hope for the survival of the human race.