Friday, November 14, 2014

Are you tired of apologizing
for the history of America
and her cruelty?

If you want a fresh look at the goodness of America instead of the evil America the left keeps using to shame us, then you MUST WATCH the recently released “AMERICA, Imagine The World Without Her” as seen through the eyes of Dinesh D’Souza.
Yea, he’s the guy whose team created “2016: Obama’s America”. He’s also the guy who was sent to prison a few weeks ago for campaign contribution violations. When’s the last time you heard of a liberal going to jail for campaign violations?
I must admit, I was beginning to believe some of the propaganda that people like Ward Churchill and Bill Ayers are preaching...trying to shame us for our behavior and history. They portray America as evil by accusing her of theft of land, theft of labor, theft of resources, the evils of capitalism and several other alleged actions that may not be as cut and dry as one might think.
I used to feel ashamed that we stole this land from Native Americans.  Although, before we came here, they killed and tortured each other to claim their tribe's territory.
Many people feel bad because we went to war with Mexico and took over half of it.  Have you actually thought about how many people living in Mexico wish we would have taken over the entire country and made it part of the USA?
The movie gave a different outlook on slavery throughout recorded history, and how our Constitution was the first official document that spoke out for the rights of all men.
And finally, he addressed the negative mindset of capitalism. How capitalism was about the only alternative to wealth other than war and conquest. Examples from all over the world of how capitalism is the true solution to eliminate poverty.
I am not using this movie to justify all our actions, because I don't believe we are innocent of wrongdoing.  However, I plan on watching this again because there is so much information I either didn’t know, or through the years just forgot.     
Don’t take my word for it, see for it yourself and make your own judgment.  And it might not be a bad idea to make sure your kids and grandkids watch it...before our history gets rewritten. 
There was a great price paid for our freedom and way of life, don't let these people turn it around and make you apologize for it!   

3 comments:

TommyBoy said...

These movies can be found on Youtube.com and are well worth the effort.

Anonymous said...

"The movie gave a different outlook on slavery throughout recorded history, and how our Constitution was the first official document that spoke out for the rights of all men."

Yes, the rights of all white men.

Denney Crane said...

I was wrong. It was the Declaration of Independence that was the first official document that spoke out for the rights of all men. It does not state "all white men", it states "that all men are created equal".

I don't know which is worse, racists or race baiters...