Date of Infamy

Five years ago, my husband and I celebrated our 10th anniversary in Hawaii and visited Pearl Harbor and the USS Arizona Memorial. Today we remember the attack on Pearl Harbor 69 years ago where 2,390 Americans lost their lives, a "date that will live in infamy." Never forget.

Still seeping...

"May God grant His face to shine upon them and grant them peace."


I fear we have forgotten.

In the past 6 years, the number killed in "Allahu Akbar" has quadrupled.

The emboldening of Islamic supremacist ideology in the Middle East has led to the deaths of thousands of Christians, scores of churches vandalized or destroyed, while we have favorited one Islamic supremacist over another, and are importing deliberately those who hold to this sexually violent prescriptive ideology.

We have forgotten what the lack of preparedness looks like and as we silence free speech, this powerful contagion that subjugates woman as "50% value" of a man, and averages several hundred murders per month, year after year, is accepted by us.

The pathological hatred of Jews is something the Nazis never dreamed possible.

Thank you for a good reminder of how if we do not remember the lessons of yesterday, we may face the horrors tomorrow.

Peter Hyatt

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