I was recently watching a WWII documentary and learned something new. Don’t laugh, libtards. Kamikaze is a compound word made up of “kami” meaning god and “kaze” meaning wind. So a kamikaze
is a wind god means “wind of god” or “divine wind”. OK, so what, right? The Japanese were nutters, right?
But it turns out that towards the end of the Pacific war that the Nips began using suicide bombings, crashing planes into American ships (but mostly hitting the water), for the same reason as the terrorists who want to kill us. And, most importantly, they started using these tactics when they knew that defeat was close at hand.
The Japanese pilots, whose planes were filled to the brim with explosives, were told that there was a special place in Heaven for those who took out as many American servicemen as possible when they crashed their planes into United States Navy ships, taking their own lives (a sin) and killing innocent and noble American boys (yet another sin) in an act of barbarous cowardice.
Now, how is that different from Islamic extremist homicide bombers who are told by their leaders (who, ironically, don’t have the courage or dignity to actually suicide themselves) that they will be rewarded in the afterlife with scores of virgins (yeah, right) if they kill as many “infidels” (us) on their way out in a dramatic display of pyrotechnics?
Well, there’s not much difference, is there?
Now, how did we solve the problem we had with the unreasonable Japanese terrorists over 60 years ago? Diplomacy? Surrender? Hugs? Foreign aid (bribes)? Rounds of kum-ba-ya? No. We defeated them, utterly. We destroyed them, completely. We showed absolutely no mercy. We bravely dropped the two newly developed atomic bombs, ultimately saving millions of lives. That’s what America does. An invasion of Japan would have been wholesale slaughter on both sides. We knew that, so we found another way. We cherish life, unlike the savages we are up against.
Are the Japanese our enemies today? No! They are one of our strongest allies in Asia today, ever since they realized that the evil conquest of the world is wrong, and America is a beacon of hope and freedom. And they have remained so to this day, ever since we proved to them that we are not weak, that we will never surrender. The Japanese, like the Islamofascists, despise weakness. We must show them our strength, or forever be a target of their villainy.
Back in the Pacific war, American captives taken by the Japanese were starved, tortured and butchered. See any parallel? Daniel Berg, perhaps? So the answer is clear. We must learn from the past and apply its lessons. If not, we are doomed to failure.
Total surrender. Total destruction. Total victory. Submit or die.
After we have completely defeated the muzzies, they will be our allies, just like Japan and Germany (remember Dresden?). We will be fast and eternal friends, even if their religion is a sin against G-d. But their ultimate fate is for our Father in Heaven to judge.
The only thing missing is the Muslim internment camps. We need to get serious about winning this war at home and abroad. Leaving the Islamofascists to run about free in our homeland is asking for trouble. Make no mistake about it. History does not lie. And we need to make sure that there’s plenty of room for the fifth column, the far left who would gladly make common cause with the terrorists. It’s what must be done.
It’s called tough love, folks. And it works. Time and again. Learn some history, and try to prove me wrong. I am right. There’s no denying that.
Update: In the comments, Dio Brando complained about the translation of kamikaze. Kami by itself does indeed mean god, spirit or divinity. But in the context of the word kamikaze, “divine wind” is a more common translation. Now try to refute the substance of my argument, picky-san.
Update 2: Crashing passenger planes laden with fuel into the World Trade Center and Pentagon were suicide attacks, very similar to the kamikaze attacks of WWII, were they not?