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Survivors to remember Pearl Harbor at home this year amid virus

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Thank you to all who have and do serve in uniform.

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God Bless America.

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Amid the pandemic or not, why remind all those victims' families about the atrocious Pearl Harbor attack 79 years ago that ushered in the Japanese war in Pacific and invasion of Southeast Asia? Why not just forgive and forget?

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Mr. Ganitch looks fantastic for 101. Congratulations to him.

Doesn’t look like a “loser” to me.

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"Amid the pandemic or not, why remind all those victims' families about the atrocious Pearl Harbor attack 79 years ago ..." Argument off the point.

"Why not just forgive and forget?" Real meaning: Shut up. Tell you what: Why not first just forgive and forget Hiroshima give up the collective nationalist propaganda that goes with it?

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jeancolmarToday  05:09 pm JST

"Amid the pandemic or not, why remind all those victims' families about the atrocious Pearl Harbor attack 79 years ago ..." Argument off the point.

"Why not just forgive and forget?" Real meaning: Shut up. Tell you what: Why not first just forgive and forget Hiroshima give up the collective nationalist propaganda that goes with it?

Good going you got baited by a Wumao. lol

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Back in 1941 British Intelligence informed the US of a suspected Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor. No one listened. In 2001 US Intelligence raised the possibility of a terrorist attack on US Soil. No one listened. In November 2019 US Intelligence noted a possible outbreak in Wuhan China. No one listened. Maybe one day...

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