Posts Tagged: World War Two

Dec 16

Where is the Sleeping Giant Now?

Japanese Admiral Isoroku Yamamoto supposedly said–in a diary, probably–after the Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor, ” I fear all we have done is to awaken a sleeping giant and fill him with a terrible resolve.”

Since December 7, anniversary of the attack, I’ve thought about the quote, and wondered where that sleeping giant is now. In my opinion, the election of the Absurdity in the Presidential election of November 8 is as dangerously significant event as the bombing of Pearl Harbor. One has only to look at The Absurdity’s cabinet appointments, and consider his ability to stack the Supreme Court; we have only to consider that those who might oppose him in congress appear to have no genuine *resolve*. The only myth-scale awakening happened on the day of the election–the awakening of hunched trolls, and cognitive dwarfs.

The true “sleeping giant” of America has not been roused. There has been no real rousing, and certainly no resolve. Easier to become united against an external enemy. But still…this enemy is just as potent.

And–politically, historically–we should be on a war footing. Most of us have not realized it yet.