MURICA

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I mean the British donโ€™t know why anyone would have a potato peeler either

Some guy got arrested for having one in public

Not a joke

This is the exact reason we need guns. The people are the government, not tyrants in a musty old palace

I always think its funny how an american leftist is like a centrist in Britain

link plz

God bless America and all those who died to protect her

God bless America and all those who died to protect her

I grew up in Darwin, Australia. It's a lovely little town right at the north end of Australia. It is hot, sweltering really, and these days the site of a pretty large American military presence.

During World War 2, Darwin was bombed over fifty times by Imperial Japan, with the first attack being performed by th.... As a child, I played around the bunkers that still stand in the area. I went to concerts played in the old gun turret. I attended the bombing memorials where they tell the story of the attacks, play the air-raid sirens, and everyone remembers.

There is some debate as to if Japan was ever going to truly invade Australia. It depends on who you ask. All my research has lead me to the conclusion that, after the Battle of the Coral Sea, Japan's Navy wanted to take Australia for her resources and to cut off the American use of her northern ports, while Japan's Army didn't think they could hold such a vast, inhospitable area. The Emperor, wisely perhaps, sided with the Army. To placate the Navy, he promised them that when America either capitulated or was combat-ineffective, then he would take Australia.

Australia and the United States, fighting together, won this battle. So the invasion was not to be. We won. We turned the tide. But I do believe that, had this battle gone the other way, the Emperor could have been emboldened by this success; he could well have pressed to have my home town invaded, occupied, its people subjected to the same horrors that were everywhere Imperial Japan occupied.

My grandmother tells stories of living in Townsville, and finding debris from the battle washing up on the shores, including bodies. Japanese bodies were a source of great intelligence and were prized finds, while Americans and Australians were a source of sadness and tragedy. They all looked so young.

The USA did not have to fight this battle. In fact, arguably, it would have been better for them not to; to encourage Japan to invade, to let Japan further exhaust herself on another front, let Australian civilians bleed and fight and die, to wear down their mutual enemy, and that this was probably objectively the smart move for them.

But they didn't. Americans went half way around the world to fight and die for us. For me.

These days, lots of young people forget this. It is cool to slag off America. It is easy humour, and Americans easy targets; they are fat and soft and stupid and they love guns and fatty burgers. They ask, "What has America ever fucking done for us?".

I know what you've done for us.

I haven't forgotten.

I owe my existence to the might of the United States military and to the sacrifice of American sailors, soldiers, and airmen; those brave men who died so I, a total stranger on the other side of the world not yet born, could live.

Thank you.

Just went to my fathers grave at Baltimore National Cemetery. It hurts

Edit: My father was born in 1946. He was a newborn living in Romania. His parents died on there way to America after WW2. He was then adopted when he arrived at New York. He served 2 tours in Vietnam in the Marine Corp as a Master Gunnery Sargent. I was born in 1986. He passed away in 2005 to his own demons.

All gave some. Some gave all.

You may not be an American, but you are a patriot and an awesome human being. We need more people like you. Thank you for remembering and honoring.

This Patriot disarmed an active shooter today despite being shot 3 times. Let's make sure that Jason Seaman, a 7th grade science teacher gets more coverage than the shooter.

This Patriot disarmed an active shooter today despite being shot 3 times. Let's make sure that Jason Seaman, a 7th grade science teacher gets more coverage than the shooter.

It is the same kind of Courage it took for farmers to stand up to heavy British Cavalry fire in the late 1700s.

All Americans are capable of rising to the occasion as long as they have the right inspiration and dedication to others in their hearts.

Man, I can't even imagine the kind of courage that would take to do.

He looks like the more damage he takes, the more powerful he becomes. Probably punched the shooter into orbit.

Holy shit why havenโ€™t I heard about this in the news? This guy should get 24/7 news coverage instead of the media hype fest thatโ€™s created around the shooters every goddamn time!

Just a reminder.

Just a reminder.

Iโ€™m British and I could not give a fuck either.

I really couldn't care less.

I'm just polishing my musket today, what wedding are we talking about?

Such an angry boy

This hotel has the Declaration of Independence and the Constitution instead of a Bible

This hotel has the Declaration of Independence and the Constitution instead of a Bible

Can we get the Atheist groups in America to start pushing this campaign?

I'm a reverend and I support this 100%.

I'd prefer they stick to bibles, I would feel bad rolling a J with the constitution...

Definitely prefer this over a Bible, but why do they need them at all?

Tiny island across the sea

Tiny island across the sea

โ€œWhy should a tiny island across the sea regulate the price of tea!?!?!?!โ€

England isn't an island. Great Britain is.

Alexander please

Shots fired. Then again Murica is used to that

Hanging my first flag ever, feels right.

Hanging my first flag ever, feels right.

So my long distance girlfriend broke up with me yesterday, she lived in Norway. Had she said the words I would have moved in an instant. Now I figure one of the best ways to cope is thinking about how I get to stay right here in the U.S. of A and what better way to celebrate than hang my first flag outside my house, and plan a weekend of shooting all my guns. 'Murica. God bless all ya'll.

Fuck yeah!

I just got chills.

God bless you, you American patriot...

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TRAITORS NOT TOLERATED

TRAITORS NOT TOLERATED

They literally broke up America, tried to enslave Americans, and killed nearly 400,000 US citizens. It's mind numbing.

Fuck the Confederacy. There has never been anything as anti-America in the history of the world. It's fucking insane.

A guy in my neighborhood flies one but heโ€™s let the sun fade it almost entirely to white/yellowish. I feel like itโ€™s some kind of meta performance art

Itโ€™s definitionally anti-American

Fought the bloodiest battles ever against US forces, and then killed our president.

Then we treated them all exceedingly well and they're still salty.

Fought the bloodiest battles ever against US forces, and then killed our president

Then we treated them all exceedingly well and they're still salty.

It was May 1 in our part of the world.

It was May 1 in our part of the world.

After spending a few billion dollars. We sure showed them!

Probably what we made selling them weapons and equipment beforehand.

Money well spent for dead terrorists.

Al QAEDA

2018

America, we even beat ourselves at war.

America, we even beat ourselves at war.

The important thing to remember is that we won the civil war.

Yes they were. They just needed some reminding.

As Americans we won't allow foreigners to kick our asses. That privilege is reserved only for us.

This isnt even one of those "its true no matter what" things because once the south left, they werent part of america.

Try one of these subthreads