Let me make this crystal clear right now: I don’t give a flyin’ damn what Europe thinks.
I find much of Europe to be unwashed, ignorant, effeminate, uncultured and ungrateful. If you are European, you either live in a country the U.S. saved, or a country the U.S. stomped into the ground.
I get that some of you don’t like our President and I understand that our freedom, our firearms, our trucks, our GOD, and our rock and roll scare you.
I also understand that your hate is actually redirected envy.
It’s very apparent that the absolute BEST of European stock escaped the 800 year old slums you call a nation and came to a REAL nation…The United States of America. Obviously it wears on your mind that the upstart U.S.A. has surpassed your entire continent in every way, and knowing that from time to time you require American studs to come and save your tiny “nations” (and satisfy your women).
You need to understand that it’s all your fault. Perhaps you could emulate us? Perhaps after a few decades you could regain some semblance of manhood?
I normally don’t bash so hard on Europe and I know that there are still some fine people living there, but this wine swilling idiot has pissed me off.
The French ambassador to the United States used Pearl Harbor Day as an occasion to bash America’s position on World War II in the 1930s.
“In this Pearl Harbor day, we should remember that the US refused to side with France and UK to confront fascist powers in the 30s,” Gérard Araud wrote Thursday night in a now-deleted tweet.
The attack on a US naval base in Pearl Harbor, Hawaii, on Dec. 7, 1941, signaled America’s entrance into the war.
The French ambassador quickly deleted the misguided tweet — but continued to defend the sentiment in subsequent missives.
“UK, France and US committed awful mistakes in the 30s. Because of its geography, France was the first to pay for them,” he said.
In yet another tweet, Araud finally acknowledged the US contribution in the war.
“We are immensely grateful for what the US did for France in 1944 but it is a fact that US, France and UK commited mistakes in the 30s,” he said.