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D-Day: June 6, 1944

 
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Why haven't I seen a single thread here today in commemoration of today's D-Day anniversary?

This is an important anniversary and without the sacrifices made that day, we wouldn't be able to be here today and discuss what we do daily.

Let's give a round of applause to those who sacrificed for us all 68 years ago today.

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We must not forget or we are doomed to repeat.

We are losing our WWII vets quickly. Not many left.
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Thanks for the karma pin. I really think it's important for us to remember those who died for us and our freedoms...it is so easy to go on with our lives and forget.
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Yes....THANKS, OP!
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Why haven't I seen a single thread here today in commemoration of today's D-Day anniversary?

This is an important anniversary and without the sacrifices made that day, we wouldn't be able to be here today and discuss what we do daily.

Let's give a round of applause to those who sacrificed for us all 68 years ago today.

clappa
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clappa
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Thank you OP, but I never forget and never forget to thank those who serve as does my son. At our Memorial Day parade I commented from the sidewalk to a sargeant who marched by that he should get himself a real jeep, referring to the Willys in front of him and he came over and shook my hand and we exchanged thanks. There are few of us who honor those who serve, but quality, not quantity is what counts in this game.

Oh, by the way, I had two uncles in that conflict, both are gone now, but both were GREAT men and I miss them very much! God Bless.
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That's great, and it's obvious you appreciate our veterans. I am not a veteran nor was anyone in my immediate family, but I am always cognizant of what they have done for us.

I was highly disappointed not to see a single thread here about D-Day. This forum will promote zombie idiocy, Fukushima hysteria, etc etc, but not our vets? It's despicable.
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Why haven't I seen a single thread here today in commemoration of today's D-Day anniversary?

This is an important anniversary and without the sacrifices made that day, we wouldn't be able to be here today and discuss what we do daily.

Let's give a round of applause to those who sacrificed for us all 68 years ago today.

clappa
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I was just getting pissed and ranting about that to my wife. WFT why is there no representation of D-Day? Hell, Google is remembering 'drive-in' movies! I served under HMLA...all this shit is Fucking pissing me off. Thanks for the support OP.
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Just remember one thing, Today and everyday on earth in my lifetime. I fight as if it were d-day, every day.

That's how serious this is.
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Why haven't I seen a single thread here today in commemoration of today's D-Day anniversary?

This is an important anniversary and without the sacrifices made that day, we wouldn't be able to be here today and discuss what we do daily.

Let's give a round of applause to those who sacrificed for us all 68 years ago today.

clappa
 Quoting: Ohio Leopard


I was just getting pissed and ranting about that to my wife. WFT why is there no representation of D-Day? Hell, Google is remembering 'drive-in' movies! I served under HMLA...all this shit is Fucking pissing me off. Thanks for the support OP.
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All about the agenda....keep 'em stupid...and therefore controllable.

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Many of them gave up everything they know (WIFE, CHILDREN, PARENTS, BROTHERS, SISTERS) to uphold a system that with the information we know now may have most likely have been orchestrated from the beginning.

But hindsight is 20-20.

They went all in to defend their Country, Family, friends and children from the NAZI empire and they DID SO for what seemed to them to be the the right reasons at the right time.

I say they passed every test known to MAN on that fucking hell of a beach on that day.

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Sorry, are you asking us to celebrate innocent men being sent to their slaughter for the financial gain of a select few ?
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If the fallen could only see what happened to the U.S. since that fateful day I think they would storm the shores of the Potomac and scale the face of the U.N. building.

Bless 'em all.
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Sorry, are you asking us to celebrate innocent men being sent to their slaughter for the financial gain of a select few ?
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Are you talking to me or the OP?
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Sorry folks, it may have been nothing more than a Zionist, Black Sorcerer, CABAL of Masons....

Orgy of MURDER...

Banks on BOTH SIDES made FANTASTIC PROFITS at the expense of the taxpayers and soldiers.
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Perhaps the most defining moment in modern history.
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My ancestors celebrate "Liberation Day" on May 5th, the day Holland was liberated.

The Canadians' liberated them on that day and was the reason why my father immigrated here after the war, he felt a kinship with the Canucks. I for one am grateful he did.
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My ancestors celebrate "Liberation Day" on May 5th, the day Holland was liberated.

The Canadians' liberated them on that day and was the reason why my father immigrated here after the war, he felt a kinship with the Canucks. I for one am grateful he did.
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We celebrate on 5 may national and remember freedom.

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My uncle Robert participated in the D-Day invasion. He was a giant of a man, six feet seven inches tall. He was the only member of his landing craft to survive the landing.

He lost his mind in the fighting. In and out of army hospitals for the rest of his life. When he'd get "better" he'd be released and would spend time at our house. Very gentle man when he was "better".

I recall one day in 1961 when I came home from school, asked mom "Where's Uncle Robert" and she told me how around noon he'd become convinced that the Germans had taken the town (we lived in Vermont....) and went running off into the forest. My dad, my aunt, and the chief of police went into the woods to find him, did, and convinced him that the Germans had retreated. Back to the army hospital for Uncle Robert.

Eventually, he just stayed in the army hospital, VA hospitals. In the 1970's he was living in one in Maine and sent my mother a letter. He said that he'd been sitting in a rocking-chair watching the sunset, and Jesus had come up and put a hand on his shoulder. He wrote that that was the first time since the war that he'd felt at peace. He died shortly thereafter.

I think of Uncle Robert often, and especially on June 6.
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Thanks for sharing. Needless to say there were a lot of Uncle Robert's
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Sorry, are you asking us to celebrate innocent men being sent to their slaughter for the financial gain of a select few ?
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No mate - this ain't Gallopoli. You are correct that damn near all wars are profit making machines for the military industrial complex, ask the Krupps, if they will admit it. But any of the Allied soldiers that fought the Axis to put an end to the mass slaughter of civilians in extermination camps DO NOT QUALIFY for this kind of verbal abuse. None of us are innocent in the first place and these men did what HAD to be done, so take you hat off to them of fuck off! Sorry.
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Sorry folks, it may have been nothing more than a Zionist, Black Sorcerer, CABAL of Masons....

Orgy of MURDER...

Banks on BOTH SIDES made FANTASTIC PROFITS at the expense of the taxpayers and soldiers.
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You may have found the potential cause (it's a conspiracy afterall) but do have any empathy for them? And if not so, why?
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If the fallen could only see what happened to the U.S. since that fateful day I think they would storm the shores of the Potomac and scale the face of the U.N. building.

Bless 'em all.
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That is so sad, because it is so true. We are doomed.
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My heart goes out to all the families and individuals that have ever been torn apart by war.

Unfortunately war has never created peace or freedom, only peace, love and compassion can create all that most of us desire.

I have a very hard time commemorating a day were thousands were killed for what they thought was right, both sides.

I only wish strength of heart and mind in the coming times that more will choose love than any other.

Fighting fear, anger and hatred with violence only creates more.

Do it for my beautiful innocent children!
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I would like to thank anyone and everyone that was in that horrendous battle.I pray to God that we never have to experience something like that again. I also ask God to touch with his healing hand, anyone still feeling the grief and pain of that awful day. I ask him to heal them of their pain and remind everyone,that our loved ones lost on that day are with you happy and safe. Men should never have to kill or be killed in those ways.Please understand that we deserve better and are better. It's our job as loving individuals, to never resort to such methods. May God bless us all and heal our imperfections every day.I pray you give me better understanding so that I may be understood better. In your sons loving name I ask these things.
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Why haven't I seen a single thread here today in commemoration of today's D-Day anniversary?

This is an important anniversary and without the sacrifices made that day, we wouldn't be able to be here today and discuss what we do daily.

Let's give a round of applause to those who sacrificed for us all 68 years ago today.

clappa
 Quoting: Ohio Leopard


D-Day was a waste of good humans, so that Fn Roosevelt, Fag Churchill and Cannibal stalin would devide Europe and destroy so many lives.
I say lets forget D-Day, so many good Americans died so that scum politicians and bankers would make a load of money
Fn D-Day, and please dont insult our intelligence that it was to make the world safe for democracy PLEASE, if you have been off planet do some reading on how well democracy has been trampled by politicians since 1944.
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My heart goes out to all the families and individuals that have ever been torn apart by war.

Unfortunately war has never created peace or freedom, only peace, love and compassion can create all that most of us desire.

I have a very hard time commemorating a day were thousands were killed for what they thought was right, both sides.

I only wish strength of heart and mind in the coming times that more will choose love than any other.

Fighting fear, anger and hatred with violence only creates more.

Do it for my beautiful innocent children!
 Quoting: Ryan 15497721


But what of "The Revolutionary War" of The United States against the established British Colonies?

flag waver

Are you saying that it didn't produce one of the best documents to date for the freedom of mankind?

This war DID produce freedom for a few dozen decades at least.

After that things get debatable.
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What is BS? The fact that people died so you can sit on your computer and post a stupid smiley on a message board?
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HEY OP WAKE UP! Those poor fools died so that big Corporations couuld turn us into consumer a-holes, Sorry people died but they were suckered into fighting and the end result is we lost our Republic as a result of it.
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I would like to thank anyone and everyone that was in that horrendous battle.I pray to God that we never have to experience something like that again. I also ask God to touch with his healing hand, anyone still feeling the grief and pain of that awful day. I ask him to heal them of their pain and remind everyone,that our loved ones lost on that day are with you happy and safe. Men should never have to kill or be killed in those ways.Please understand that we deserve better and are better. It's our job as loving individuals, to never resort to such methods. May God bless us all and heal our imperfections every day.I pray you give me better understanding so that I may be understood better. In your sons loving name I ask these things.
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You arrogant religious tard, how about doing something positive NOW to bring the boys back home and stop the slaughter that is going on now.

PUT YOUR HAND ON THAT!
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My heart goes out to all the families and individuals that have ever been torn apart by war.

Unfortunately war has never created peace or freedom, only peace, love and compassion can create all that most of us desire.

I have a very hard time commemorating a day were thousands were killed for what they thought was right, both sides.

I only wish strength of heart and mind in the coming times that more will choose love than any other.

Fighting fear, anger and hatred with violence only creates more.

Do it for my beautiful innocent children!
 Quoting: Ryan 15497721


But what of "The Revolutionary War" of The United States against the established British Colonies?

flag waver

Are you saying that it didn't produce one of the best documents to date for the freedom of mankind?

This war DID produce freedom for a few dozen decades at least.

After that things get debatable.
 Quoting: IRQ_1

It is a beautiful document, but it did create the world greatest war machine, a military larger than the rest of the world combine, a lot of beautiful minds have flourish in your country but we in Canada (not that we are great) are not that different than America and left Britain slowly but without war... Still not sure how the revolutionary wr created peace...

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