Psalms 137:1 “By the rivers of Babylon, there we sat down, yea, we wept, when we remembered Zion.”
Commenting on the above my friend, Mel Branham, wrote,
“As 911 lives in our recent memory, another Day of Infamy lingers in a few hearts and minds. I speak of 12-7-41. Both dates remind us of “sneak attacks and betrayals” by enemies that were and are totally committed to the annihilation of the United States.
For the sake of our nation and the world at large the perpetrators of the attack on Pearl Harbor were brought to their knees in total humiliation amidst utter destruction in relatively short order by the minds, hearts, prowess and commitment of the Greatest Generation.
The murderers who committed the widespread terror on 911 have all but gone scot free with but a few of the low grade “soldiers” paying any price at all. Active terrorists committing acts of terror against a freedom loving people are excused as “workplace acts of violence, frustrated individuals who blame the U.S. for all their problems.”
Current plans to “manage” ISIS are laughable by comparison to WWII. ISIS and their ilk will understand nothing less than the accomplished partial, and on the verge of total annihilation, as did the Japanese of 1945.
It’s past time for we Americans to hold our leaders feet to the fire by intelligent voting and demand a total commitment to the destruction of proclaimed terrorist enemies of liberty at home and around the world. If we will not, we will be fortunate to even join in Israel’s ancient lament on the shores of Babylonian rivers.”
Thanks Mel for this thought provoking piece in memory and honor of the lives sacrificed upon the altar of dialog/appeasement.
Copyright © 2014 Larry Lilly
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