Is The American Dream Dead
Fractured fairy tale: Its On the empire Im Afraid .
Same problem all Empires face with world Domination.
They Can't Secure the New Territory's
They keep fighting back .
Fractured fairy tale: And Brave American Troops Never Saved this Country from the "Imperial" Japanese
We Did . I don't Care ' what Holywood movies Say Or Rewritten History off the Hive Brain .
Our Government entered Into a Agreement with the American one After that part was over. As a base to retake Singapore and on to the "Imperialists"
Because Britan was fighting for its own Survival.
So got no Right to Demand Un Wavering Loyality and Gushing Praise as Some Saviours
How about you live up to your part of the Bargain
Angry Beaver: Yeah, seems most folk in the US don't really know the Kokoda story and how their mighty General Macarthur almost screwed the whole deal up!
"MacArthur arrived in Melbourne on 21 March 1942, and immediately installed himself in the best suite in the Menzies Hotel. In the climate of great anxiety in Canberra for Australia's survival, the Curtin government was greatly relieved by General MacArthur's appointment as Supreme Commander of the South West Pacific Area and the location of his headquarters in Australia. The self-styled "Hero of the Pacific" was greeted with adulation by Australian politicians, public and media. Despite this adulation, MacArthur's passion for self-glorification drove him to lie about the manner in which he had arrived in Australia. He told the press that his aircraft had been closely pursued by Japanese fighter planes and had narrowly escaped Japanese bombers as it was landing at Batchelor Field. This story captured the public imagination but it was all a lie. Master Sergeant Dick Graf, who was the wireless operator on MacArthur's flight from the Philippines, later exposed MacArthur's story as a figment of his imagination. According to Graf, the flight to Australia was uneventful. MacArthur's aircraft was never under threat from the Japanese.
MacArthur came to Australia with an obsession to return to the Philippines as a hero. With his mind unwaveringly fixed on a triumphant return to the Philippines, MacArthur would neglect the northern defences of Australia and almost hand the Japanese a victory on the Kokoda Track."
"MacArthur was adept at shifting the blame for his mistakes to troops under his command, and he announced his view that the Australian troops on the Kokoda Track were poor fighters who were retreating from a smaller number of Japanese troops. This was a monstrous lie. The Australian troops were outnumbered by at least five to one by elite Japanese troops, and MacArthur and Blamey had sent them into action without adequate arms or supplies."
(Edited by Angry Beaver)
Fractured fairy tale: Yeah don't let the Facts get in the way of a good Story . The Heroes of History Gushing praise .
Has everyone lost there Minds
Fractured fairy tale: We see the Same pattern In Europe . Taking Credit for Mostly Russias Hard work
The giant midget: Lots of bias history and accurate misinformation to accommodate the agenda
Lots of fake heroes .
They even have state funerals for them
The giant midget: Recently around my area just off the freeway a collision occurred involving a hit and run and 4 other cars , police investigators took reports from the drivers involved and some eyewitnesses , they all basically said the same things except the description of the hit and run vehicle , it went from beige to white to brown in colour, from hatchback to sedan to station wagon and driven by a young woman
It ended up that the hit and run was a light green dodge pickup truck and a elderly gentleman driver
Fractured fairy tale: What is the American dream any way everyone seems to have a different opinion what it means
The giant midget: Imo that was a saying back in the early days of mining and exploration of the west land claims
Today it's more of a tax on our income
American people keep a lot of money that they earn
In Canada we keep around 50% of what we earn but than we pay 13% of everything we purchase
Fractured fairy tale: HLC don't want your Saticics
Do you Realize How The US looks to the rest of the World