Annually, D-Day remembrances lift up the 10,000 men who perished on the beaches of Utah, Omaha, Gold, Normandy, Juno, and Sword.
In light of the present political climate in the United States of America, it is appropriate and necessary to remind ourselves whom or what we fought in WW2.
The conquest of Europe was between Christian (aka Western) civilization and Nazi socialism.
Socialist theory was introduced in the Communist Manifesto, written by Karl Marx & Friedrich Engels in 1848.
Adolph Hitler could not have subjugated the German population without first taking control of German society. Hitler’s hollow promises of prosperity and equality seduced the people to vote for a socialistic government.
Socialist government cares nothing about the actual general welfare of the people under its rule; control of the people to do things against their nature is the object of socialism. Everywhere. Even here in the USA.
The 2020 election cycle has become a contest between Western civilization championed by the Republican Party and totalitarianism, socialism, championed by the Democratic Party.
Does history repeat itself? Yes, for those who don’t know history.
Who among us would be alive 87 years from today to commemorate D-Day Deaux?
The enemy we fought in WW2 was not a country but and ideology: socialism.