By BareNakedIslam •
Military stories •
November 13, 2016 @ 6:41 pm
G-d Bless all vets and those serving now.
May all good things be bestowed upon you.
Happy Veteran’s Day
November 13, 2016 @ 7:05 am
I’m a Vet, But just remember today, Armistice Day, that the sociopathic leaders like Woodrow Wilson delayed ending World War 1 for days causing hundreds of more American dead, JUST so the Armistice could begin on 11/11 at 11am. Remember all the American young men who have died in foreign fields for ….what? A good place to start to understand is here.. https://archive.org/stream/WarIsARacket/WarIsARacket_djvu.txt
November 12, 2016 @ 6:43 pm
These Soros sponsored hooligans remind me of an incident in Sydney Australia when the troops were coming home from the Vietnam War,they were marching through Sydney in their jungle greens being lead by their CO when a female protester rushed him with a can of red paint and splattered him with it with protesters screaming out such things as BABY KILLERS.I was in the Aussie Army myself at the time and felt a deep loathing for these creatures….these leftist scum are exactly the same as Muslims as neither believe in Democracy or Freedom and the sacrifices that are made to keep our countries safe.Shame on those disgusting protesters all those years ago and to those on the streets of America as I write.
November 12, 2016 @ 11:40 pm
I arrived in Vietnam in 1971 just as the Australian contingent was being pulled out; saw one vehicle with the kangaroo emblem. Sydney was closed as an R&R site later that year.
God bless the Aussies for their sacrifices as our ally in that unpopular war; it took many years & Ronald Reagan to declare that we had all taken part “in a noble cause”. You’re a fine lot and that’s fair dinkum, as you say. Hope to visit some day.
November 12, 2016 @ 11:12 am
You will all love this story of how God gave the strong, Jewish ladies of Women in Green in Israel the opportunity to confront EVIL TRAITOR, Jane Fonda.
Lunch with Jane Fonda in Jerusalem 12/23/2002, As Described by Nadia Matar of Women in Green:
……….Comes a fancy minibus. Out comes an Israeli lady, obviously her PR lady. She goes to all the journalists and rudely barks instructions to them saying:
“Listen fellows, Jane Fonda is just arriving from Jordan where she got a royal treatment. You are allowed to film her but don’t you dare ask her any questions.
She should not feel your presence. Everybody should stay quiet and distanced and respect her privacy. And I repeat- don’t talk to her, don’t ask her any questions”.
She opens the bus door, out comes Jane Fonda and some 12 of her Jewish women local leftists with her. The camera men click away and film away according to the strict instructions: “very quietly respecting her privacy”
Then they reach us and we turn around shouting: ‘Hanoi Jane!- Hanoi Jane!- you are an American traitor! How many Americans were killed because of you? You are an American traitor and you came to Israel as a guest of Peace Now, Israeli traitors
You constantly identify with the enemies of the Western world- once it was in Vietnam where you identified with those who murder Americans and now you came to identify with those Arabs who murder Jews- GO HOME! Shame on you! Shame!”
The Israeli PR lady was livid! I thouht she was going to faint! Here she had given all those instructions not to bother poor little Jane and now we 3 ladies are shouting at her.
Jane Fonda had a frozen smile. The Peace Now women were too shocked to utter a word. They surrounded Jane in order to ‘protect’ her and whisk her inside the restaurant as soon as possible. IT WAS GREAT!
When Jane Fonda was brought inside, the media turned to us and interviewed us at length about what we had against Jane Fonda. Part of the interview with me was seen all over the world.
November 12, 2016 @ 10:23 am
Wonderful HEROES, thank you!
Long Live America! Long Live the Free World!
National Anthem-Carrie Underwood [Super Bowl 2010]
Lincoln Applegate Hahn
November 12, 2016 @ 9:27 am
I wasn’t no hero …. but, I did slither through some rice paddies …. on my belly …. never mind the bullets …. the mosquitoes attacked from above …. and the leeches from below …. I miss the comraderie …. of my comrades ?
November 12, 2016 @ 9:08 am
Your welcome, thank you Bonni,proud to have served.
November 12, 2016 @ 8:18 am
Beautiful.., and the way it it should be and is going to be starting january 20th 2017!
November 12, 2016 @ 12:28 am
The democrats can’t get any lower……. Next in line is Muslim. Keith Ellison. It’s way past time 2 take this country back to 1972. The Vietnam war made more sense
November 11, 2016 @ 11:50 pm
My father was a 20 year vet, and also involved in WW2. My brother was a brand new 2nd LT. In the USMC,when he was sent to Vietnam. He never, ever discussed it! My dad was the same way about WW2. I am a USAF female vet. I never was in a war, as I joined in the late’70’s. However, I was in the AF for 12 yrs., and worked at a VA hospital for 18 yrs. I miss the USAF the most. Unfortunately, I got a medical discharge. Most people have no idea who may or may not, be a vet. The so called dead giveaways, are often never seen, or even noticed by others. Thanks to all who served! To Ozgaza, you are so right about Australia fighting along side the US since WW1. Thank you for the reminder!
November 12, 2016 @ 1:15 am
Dee, Mr. BNI didn’t discuss his Vietnam experience with me until right after 9/11.
November 11, 2016 @ 11:43 pm
I talked to a great many veterans today as I distributed poppies and took donations for their programs. I thank you all for ensuring my freedom.
November 11, 2016 @ 11:10 pm
A day to honor those who have kept/keep us secure. They guard & serve our country! Much thanks & appreciation to our veterans. Including my father (WWII) & son (Afghanistan)!
November 11, 2016 @ 10:52 pm
so moving! Thank you to all the U.S. vets, especially the Viet Nam vets. Thank you all for your service and for all the sacrifices that you each made so that we may live free!
November 11, 2016 @ 9:46 pm
What a great video! Thank you, Bonni. Let’s not ever forget our soldiers and veterans.
November 11, 2016 @ 9:43 pm
I so need this today, I lost my Husband Gerrit 4 years ago who fought in Vietnam. Stuff like this brings tears to me. We went to the Vietnam wall in Washington where he found many friends who died there. With a help of a woman he took a pencil & paper copied their names. I still have them. God bless and keep those who fought and are fighting now in our hearts and never forget them. My dad was in WWII he was part of the invasion of Normandy.
November 11, 2016 @ 10:19 pm
Sandi, Mr. BNI got spit on when he came home from Vietnam in uniform. Has hated liberals ever since. Sorry for your loss.
November 11, 2016 @ 10:45 pm
Bonnie, I am disgusted by and ashamed of the filth who did this…and they have the nerve to call themselves Americans.
I lost my uncle in North Korea at the age of 18 in a north Korean POW shit hole, he still hasn’t come home. My father was a lifer until his death in the early 70s and also was in vietnam. The thought of their fighting for and defending this country, the country they love and loved, to have these POS slime conduct themselves in this manner just saddens, angers, and absolutely disgusts me.
I humbly thank Mr. BNI for his service. I thank all of those who have gone before and will come after our honorable military family members, we owe them more than we can ever repay.
November 12, 2016 @ 1:04 am
Patriot, he was one of the lucky ones who got to come home.
November 11, 2016 @ 11:33 pm
Hi Bonni and Mr B I was a very young police officer in Sydney Australia when the Vietnam demonstrations were happening .We had a Superintendent Sabine ex military in charge of us and whenever there was an anti Vietnam protest against the soldiers we were called in and told Numbers Off (police badge) and bring your batons.and lord help any officer who didnt use it.The soldiers were not allowed to respond to the anti war grubs but we certainly didnt give any quarter.Made me feel quite proud to do my little bit to repay what these guys did.Thank God for the Military the unpayable debt.
November 12, 2016 @ 1:12 am
SK, Mr BNI had some Australian troops in his Marine Corps unit in Vietnam. That where he got to know them.
November 12, 2016 @ 10:43 am
Bonni, It was extremely shameful your hero husband and other heroes were spat on for courageously serving America. The U.S. military saw and experienced great horrors. Many came home with post traumatic stress syndrome. They needed our love and support. Instead they were given hate. So shameful and evil.
How can any of us ever forget evil traitor Jane Fonda?. Because of profoundly wicked Jane Fonda, the Vietcong inflicted extra tortures on our POWs.
November 11, 2016 @ 10:49 pm
Sandi, I am so sorry for your loss, I thank your husband for his service.
November 11, 2016 @ 9:41 pm
Damned dust…..Thanks, Bonni~!
November 11, 2016 @ 9:25 pm
Proud daughter of a thirty year career Air Force veteran.
November 11, 2016 @ 9:24 pm
Lest We Forget…..Australia has fought shoulder to shoulder with America in every war since WW1.
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