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How the Tea Bagger Racism Kills Americans

01 Apr

Those old enough to remember the Vietnam War may remember one of the most divisive and bitterest incidents during the war – the visit by Jane Fonda to North Vietnam while American Troops and North Vietnamese troops were actively engaged in trying to kill each other. Go to any VFW in America, and you will find a bunch of folks who view Jane Fonda with the sort of derision usually reserved for foreign enemies like Hitler or Tojo.

Strongly opposed to the Vietnam War, “Hanoi Jane’s” picture sitting on an anti-aircraft gun utilized to shoot down American Pilots gave me a lot of heartburn. There is a Grand Canyon size distance between opposing the actions of your government, and supporting the folks shooting at your friends, brothers, fathers, and fellow Americans.

Which brings us to the situation today. If Hanoi Jane was a traitor – then so too are the small legion of Tea Baggers currently putting our troops in the Middle East at risk so that they can promote ethnic racism. The Peter Kings, Alan Wests, Herman Cains, Michelle Bachmans et al are traitors too. In the case of Bachman, King, and West – they are even lower level scum because they are elected officials of the US Government, and as such are briefed on what happens to American personnel when crap like their Muslim baiting hits the press.

My position is that these scumbags should be impeached and convicted by their peers – and suffer the legal consequences.

I’m not sure if any Americans were killed in this one – but this is the logical conclusion of the sort of ethnic and religious racism and extremism promote by the Tea Baggers.

How many of our soldiers have died because of these treasonous, racist scum?

UN staff killed during protest in northern Afghanistan

Protesters outside the Blue Mosque in Mazar-e Sharif, Afghanistan (1 April 2011)At least eight foreign UN workers and four others have been killed in an attack on a UN compound in the Afghan city of Mazar-e Sharif, officials say.

The violence happened during a protest over the burning of the Koran in a US church last month.

Witnesses said hundreds of people were protesting peacefully in the city when the scene suddenly turned violent.

A local police spokesman told the BBC the city was now under control and a number of people had been arrested.

The UN has confirmed its workers were killed but has not said how many – it said the situation remained “confusing”.

“We are currently working to ascertain all the facts and take care of all our staff,” said spokesman Dan McNorton.

UN officials quoted by Reuters warned that the death toll could rise and added that those killed included foreign and local staff, UN guards and Nepalese Gurkha soldiers hired to protect the compound.

UN Secretary General Ban Ki-moon described it as “an outrageous and cowardly attack”.

US President Barack Obama also condemned the attack “in the strongest possible terms”, saying the work of the UN “is essential to building a stronger Afghanistan”.

F*** condemning the attack, President Obama. What you need to be doing is offering the choice of a rope or a bullet to the right wing American scum whoring our people’s lives for political points.

 

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5 responses to “How the Tea Bagger Racism Kills Americans

  1. Constructive Feedback

    April 4, 2011 at 9:29 PM

    Interesting transferrence in your logic.

    I wonder if an Black-Nationalist American said that he was radicalized because Obama ordered American war planes to drop bombs in Africa if you would pursue this same course of reasoning?

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    • btx3

      April 5, 2011 at 8:13 PM

      Which “Black-Nationalist” would that be, moron?

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  2. AZsnipe

    July 17, 2011 at 12:24 PM

    “I love my country,” Fonda wrote. “I have never done anything to hurt my country or the men and women who have fought and continue to fight for us.”

    BULL!
    She visited the NVA, and made several radio broadcasts for them.
    She visited U.S. POWs and handed over notes they had given her to her NVA handlers.
    She called our troops “liars and baby killers”.
    She claimed reports of torture were misrepresented and that it wasn’t NVA policy to torture U.S. POWs.
    She commited TREASON, and should be held accountable for it.
    There is no statute of limitations on treason.

    There’s a huge difference between the politicos you mentioned and Hanoi Jane. She actively aided the enemy.

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    • btx3

      July 17, 2011 at 11:22 PM

      No there is not. I was around during the Vietnam War – and what Fonda did was wrong.

      So is what he Tea Baggers are doing.

      I even see these scumbags questioning whether we should have whacked Bin Lauden.

      They are some sick puppies.

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  3. nanakwame

    July 18, 2011 at 7:36 AM

    It is interesting always how righteous indignation is used today. Quite telling, it appears we leave other events of the Nam Days (The Past which walks with us) – The saturation of drugs into the communities, the public shooting of protestors, the begining of 40 years of double employment for the native black man – now were: miltiary, police, Inc elements of our nation, abiding the enemy? It appears that this important human emotion of indignation fell asleep since Bush I, now we debate how many angels on a pin or who is on first.
    When we look back for errors, why do we seem to close our eyes to factors we don’t take much about. I wonder? Where is the film on Fannie Lou Hammer?

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