Wednesday, January 17, 2007

Columbus? Veterans? Who needs them?

Want to see people trying to send their own country into oblivion? Look no further then New Jersey. State legislators removed the obligation for public schools to mark, among others, Colombus Day and Veterans Day. Needless to say, a large part of the kids will remain forever ignorant of Christopher Columbus and of the wars their country fought in(whether the wars were justified or not is not the point here and would demand a discussion for itself). And once this has passed it is only a matter of time before Washington, Jefferson, Franklin, Lincoln, FDR et al. come to their turn. Thus the state of New Jersey will have educated a perfect generation's of lowlives.

It is no coincidence that history is the most despised and most derided scinece by liberal globalists. It was George Orwell who said 60 years ago:"He who controls the present controls the past. He who controls the past controls the future." History and it's most remarkable events is what makes a nation, it's mentality, it's collective consciousness. From it a people gains it's pride and learns on mistakes made. If someone violates history and ignores and denigrates a nation's events and achievememts it inevitably leads to a loss of direction and purpose not only to collective as a whole but to individual members as well because a man is a social being.

It is up to patriotic organizations whether from the left or the right to block such attempts by liberal globalists by any means necessary. Otherwise there soon might not be nations for any of them to defend.

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