Thursday, May 12, 2005

Washington, Adams, Jefferson and Madison: Traitors Who Suffered Unfreedom

     President George Washington, knowing full well that Canada had been used as a staging ground for attacks against America during the War of American Independence, and also that Canada was a land yearning to breathe the sweet air of freedom, sat idly by and let Canada live [ed:if it can be called that!] under the tyrannic bootheel of monarchic oppression, and, like Presidents J Adams, T Jefferson, and J Madison after him, was an appeaser of tyranny!

     Had it not been Thomas Jefferson himself who penned the Declaration of Independence, explaining the depths of the injustice of this "King" George, the undemocratic ruler who still held sway over so many suffering subjects, including the innocent Canadians so close we could touch them?

     Was it not only thirty years later, during the War of 1812, that Canada, once again, became a staging ground for enemy troops bent on destroying America's liberty, troops who burned down the White House?  [ed: Never Forget The Burning Of the White House!]  How could these early American Presidents have stood by and let America be attacked?  Why did they not bring the war to the enemy?  We pray history obliterates these types from her books!

     If there is only one thing our great and fearless Commander-in-Chief, President George Walker Bush has taught us, it is that anything less than endless-war-to-liberate-everyone is appeasement.

     Let's look at Great Leader's recent words themselves

We will not repeat the mistakes of other generations, appeasing or excusing tyranny, and sacrificing freedom in the vain pursuit of stability," he said. "We have learned our lesson; no one's liberty is expendable. In the long run, our security and true stability depend on the freedom of others.
from the recent while in Latvia.

     Looking more closely, around the world, we can see that these "Founding Fathers" were allowing the importation of Africans as slaves (dastardly!)  In Asia, what did they do to end the brutal rule of the Czars, who enserfed their own people(Nothing!)?  In Europe, where not a single country was free, did America sacrifice for freedom (No!)? 

     By all these indications and more let it be known that, like Neville Chamberlain, G Washington, J Adams, T Jefferson and J Madison were appeasers.

     I must credit G Vidal a bit for putting the idea of "perpetual war for perpetual peace" out there

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