American graveyards in Normandy

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SACRIFICED EVERYTHING DID DONNY’S PART SINCE HIS “INJURIES” HINDERED HIM. | made w/ Imgflip meme maker
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6 ups, 2 replies
1. That lucrative Nike contract was basically like winning the lottery and it happened after the fact.

2. Was "sacrificing everything" even his claim, or just some sh*t Nike came up with?

3. Ya he didn't get killed in a war but a sh*tload of people now hate him, he hasn't been able to play football since, and this guy donated a million dollars to charity. What a real d-bag though right?
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Oh, he can't play football anymore and is worth millions... Boohoo..
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I agree complete asshole.
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...on the plus side, Kaepernick and Nike trolled yall so hard you've made hundreds of memes containing the words "Nike" and/or "Sacrificed Everything".. even Trump: "what was Nike thinking ?" ..meanwhile their sales have nearly doubled from 1 year ago. lol
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6 ups, 2 replies
I happy you enjoy transcontinental corporations who profit off of slavery lol
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So my shoes help put food on the table and i'm supposed to feel bad? You go put Nike out of business with your boycott and let me know how that goes for the slaves you're pretending to care about.
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You're lost.
I will find you.
Praise.
Kek.
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Because Antifa is
a. In a warzone
b. Only fighting actual Nazis (The people who call themselves National Socialists, believe in racial segregation, and a government for whites) and not people who disagree with them
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3 ups, 1 reply
I mean you're not wrong.
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They're not doing either. You're honestly retarded if you believe that America and Europe are warzones and that Antifa doesn't attack people who disagree with them
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I think you're missing the point. Antifa attacks everyone who disagrees with them, even if they're not fascists.
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3 ups, 3 replies
Trump should have said that there were BAD people on both sides.
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2 ups, 4 replies
Safe to assume that fascists are bad. If you're anti-anti-fascist... Then you're pro-fascist.

While I've seen a few outliers in the 'antifa group' (there is very little organization or hierarchy to it - mostly just anarchists, and people of the political left, working together based upon points of unity) that I would agree appear to be violent - fascists routinely use violence as political tactic to gain control of first the streets, then the nation. Standing up to those who use political violence in that fashion requires a proportionate amount of force in response. Antifa aren't preventing civil discussion - they are confronting racists whose goal is to take away the rights of others.

If you use "free speech" as your defense think twice. 18 USC 241 AND 242 - delineate a clear line. One cannot encourage others to Riot - that's incitement. One cannot encourage others to commit murder... That's conspiracy. Do you see how that works?
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You're wasting your time arguing with Natalie. She's a neo-nazi herself. imgflip.com/gif/1uqwi1
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Ja...ja...I know Zizs... But otzers juzt now coming upon her nonsense - may not be fully aware of zizs... Danke fuhr der Gifztery leszon... Zizs I had not zceen...
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Antifa protests anything American or pro police. Even if the opposition is not racist or bigoted. Cmon you know this. They fly the flag of communism for god sakes. The flag they fly killed almost triple the people of the nazis
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Antifa are NOT a monolith. So there is no "THEY" to accuse of anything. Some may fly a Communist flag (they would be Communists who join forces with the rest - because they rightly oppose fascism and fascists - and adhere to the points of unity in their antiracist actions.

To the extent that 'police' and 'America' are often overtly racist - they are rightly opposed by decent, sane, reverent, people - when that is warranted. When 'Murica is receiving the Natalie_Vance seal approval - it is - by the preponderance of evidence - being racist and pro-fascist - like aiding the Azov battalion in the Ukraine for instance - or AlQaeda and ISIS in Syria and Libya...
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The antifa flag is the communist flag of Germany. So they all fly a communist flag.
So with your logic some "blacks" are overtly racist, so the kkk is legitimate? Since ya know BLM routinely chants "kill cops" at their rallies.
Or the fires they start and businesses they trash,(innocent businesses) that's just fighting facism too right?
Cmon you really dont believe that shit do you? You want open borders? People who want borders are considered racist to you?
Dont turn this into a pissing match of who is worse. I just cant believe youd sit here and say antifa is a good thing.
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The anger of the oppressed is understandable if not always justified in it's expression. The violence of their oppressors is only justified by OVERT RACISTS and FASCISTS - such as yourself. Decent people either oppose it - or just look away and pretend it doesn't exist... Or they cling to the flimsiest of justifications - offered in its excuse.

BLM has no control of what someone yells (or in reality DOESN'T) at a march. The movement against UNACCOUNTABLE POLICE MURDER and white supremacy has existed much longer than BLM - and I see nothing in it that comports with your evidenceless assertions. In any event that is NOT the platform of the BLM group. October 22nd Coalition/STOLEN LIVES project doesn't endorse killing police either. They simply demand justice and accountability.

Antifa is NOT a monolith. There is no corresponding source of funding and organization, as the far right has in Robert Mercer, the ODESSA NETWORK and Koch Brothers money, and media.

The flag of antifascists is used by many groups - who ALL rightly oppose fascism. Some are Communists, others are anarchists... Some are Democrats and Republicans. Some are Punk-Rockers like (Green Party) Jello Biafra. It is a very old cause. Not all supporters are inpolitical agreement beyond their opposition to racism and fascists.

So yes. I am an ANTI-FASCIST. I have been for several decades. I have researched and broadcasted on these topics.

You appear to "broadcast" without any (legitimate) research. Or you're an overt racist and fascist supporter with an oppositional-defiant relationship to the truth... I wonder which one it is?
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Arrest /= conviction. Not all people at the demonstration were arrested. And the Portland poluce is accused of attacking peaceful ("antifa") protestors - while actively collaborating with and protecting neonazis - that's who I'm arguing with.
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Trump said what he said and anyone with half a brain could understand what he meant by it instead of making stupid, ignorant shit up about what he meant just because they hate him.

Jesus, you people are f**king stupid.
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Please explain how neo-nazi white supremacists aren't Nazis. They even call themselves that.
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I'm trying to assert that antifa targets ALL their political enemies. They're not anti-fascist, but rather pro-communist. The majority of them are violent anarcho-communists, who perceive everyone as fascists.
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There are gay men and women in the military. And you think no gay men stormed Normandy?
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Probably not as much as you might think there were. And what does that generation have to do with this generation of pansies?
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Holy non existenant Christ, Next you will claim Homosexuals are contagious.

As for pansies? I’ve met grown “straight” who would piss their pants from a paper cut.

You mentioned WW 2, are you aware that after the conflict they did a study and of the 1 in 10 who actually saw “actual” combat most never genuinely aimed their rifles at a specific target.

It was more of a shoot in the direction of incoming fire and maybe I’ll hit something. The result is that basically good people don’t enjoy the idea of Killing.

Not wanting to harm others isn’t being a pansy

And those who go looking for trouble aren’t ready when they find real trouble.

Why do you think bullies pick on weaklings.
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What are you babbling on about? Jesus, I didn't say anything about gays being contagious.
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Never said you did, I stated you that’s the “next” thing you will say.

As for the photos you google to push your anti-gay agenda?

I watched a Army Ranger get faint as he watched a gal get a tattoo.

I’ve personally known and know homosexuals you would have no clue to their orientation.

As for fighting for America? I seever in the military and now know the mistake I made.

The last truly justified war America was in?

WW2
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Normandy? Why does it look like Virginia?

Doesn't matter. You're right. Thank you! :-)
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Wasn't really their choice of sacrifice, they were mostly conscripted and had no choice but to go. Probably most in this graveyard would have preferred to stay at home than die in Europe or the Pacific.
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Or you could just be a hero-bashing piece of shit. That's cool too. Proud of yourself? Ever consider that if Normandy was stormed by cowards like you who would've stayed home that the allies would've lost the battle and Hitler would've encompassed the world in fascism? Learn when to keep your mouth shut.
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Being alive > being dead

If you'd rather be dead than alive, that's your prerogative
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Being alive > being dead > living in a world under literal Nazi rule. Some things are worth fighting for.
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I'd say that you're both right... But there were people of conscience who objected to service - even in World War 2.

It should be noted that Hitler was AIDED in his rise by Western Bankers - folks like Prescott Bush (for instance)... Without whom there would have been NO NEED for the slaughter of the 40's, either the war OR the Nazis' (axis) Genocide in Europe and Asia.

Once given the keys to the nation Hitler required a response... But he needn't have been put into that position.

People on all sides, were manipulated from above, sadly.
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A bit of a fact about Prescott Bush and foreign aid to the Nazis; Many big businessmen including Bush started aiding businesses run by members of the Nazi Party BEFORE they rose to power. Fritz Thyssen was a officially a Nazi from the 1920's until Khristallnact, and he fled to France via Switzerland (which didn't do him much good). Opel became a subsidiary of GM in 1931, which was two years before the Third Reich rose to power. Not as many people took threats from the Nazis seriously before World War 2, and those who did were accused of being prejudiced against Germans. Anything Hitler didn't get from business investments, he simply took. So blaming the rise of the Third Reich on foreign investment is kind of dishonest.
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Not entirely an accurate picture. There was a conference of Western Bankers in the 30's - that specifically aided Hitler and the Nazis - over the Weimar Socialists. Say what you want to about the actual socialists of the Weimar Republic - they weren't aggressive nationalists - or bigoted (as a collective political stance) against Jews, or Slavs, or anyone else, really.

I forget the name of that meeting... But a wide array of bankers were present, from England and the US - representing elite opinions.

As for Thyssen - not a fan. Wasn't he also a Thule society backer?

As for Prescott Bush (Skull and Bones) he was Hitler's banker well into WW2... Union Bank (scandal-look it up) was seized by the Office of Foreign Assets Control during the 40's after US' entry into the war. And it was returned after the war. Averill Harriman was also an investor.
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No, it actually is. Hitler's rise to power had nothing to do with bankers, and more to do with general political upheaval in Germany exacerbated by the Great Depression. Hitler was convinced all the banks were controlled by the Jews, as he believed everything else was. Why would he trust some banks from outside of Germany to help him?

As far as your rhetoric about Prescott Bush, Joe Kennedy Sr. was an open Nazi sympathizer, and all his kids turned out to be liberals. So if you're trying to claim that the Bush's are all evil because an investment of his turned out not to be any good, you're fooling yourself.
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The NAZI party continued to use the Western Banking system until the fall of Germany. SWISS BANKS - took the NAZI's stolen gold and loot. Additionally there was the "TRANSFER AGREEMENT" - with the Zionist Congress. Which is another way of saying that Hitler's deeds and rhetoric didn't always match-up.

It did matter - because the people he went to war with - later - first put him in power. Those same folks also had been eyeing the resources of Russia since at least WWI. A good read if you can find a copy is "The Great Conspiracy Against Russia" written in about 1948, by two NY TIMES reporters - with a forward by Sen. Claude Pepper. It details the stated goals and reasons behind the US/UK/French campaign against the Soviets (and the rest of Russia) - which began before they had even gotten complete control over the landmass. And it should be noted that Lenin was dispatched to Russia by German Intelligence - with the obvious goal of removing the Czar from power - and Russia from the war. But the Germans too wanted Russia's goods - hence their proposal to take Ukraine in exchange for peace - with the (proposed) Treaty of Brest-Litovsk.

I mention this because it all fits into the GREAT GAME of geo-politics. By putting Hitler into power - they created a vehicle by which a one world State would likely emerge - because communism eventually figures itself taking over the world - and so did Hitler, and of course, so too the British and French Empires. In the end it looks like it will be the US that becomes the vehicle for establishing a "New World Order" - but prior to the outbreak of World War II the US was into isolationism. So WWII was a means of bringing about a desired end.
https://www.disclose.tv/in-1870-illuminati-grand-wizard-albert-pike-predicted-how-the-three-world-wars-will-start-315765
Albert Pike predicted 3 World Wars - fairly accurately. And depending on how far down the conspiracy rabbit hole you wish to go - there was something of a plot against the French Monarchy and Russian Czars - as well.

I wish I'd paid better attention to the source - for the meeting of Western Financial backers who picked the NAZIs over the German Socialists of the Weimar Republic... But I am certain that it occurred. Seizing power takes money. Even if only to get your message out, initially.

The Nazi Doctrine came largely out of the Thule society.

Joseph Kennedy sent his son off to fight in WWII. He didn't manage Hitler's investments for him.
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One other thing; You do know that the Thule Society was dissolved in 1930, right? Thyssen didn't turn on the Nazis until later on in the decade.
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If I was conscripted I would've gone, it was that or jail. In WWI it was worse, it could've been execution but I'm glad to see those freedoms they fought for allowed you to tell me to 'keep my mouth shut'.

Don't forget there were other poor bastards on the other side also conscripted, who also died in much greater numbers, same as the ordinary Japanese soldiers, but you wouldn't call them heroes would you.
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During WWI the racist democrat in office, Woodrow Wilson, threw people that opposed him and the United States entering WWI, in jail. Woodrow Wilson was a pile of puke on shit and if it weren't for Barack Obama, would have been the worst president in U.S. history.
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Wilson wasn't a nice chap if you were black for certain but Obama was just an average President, there are plenty below him that were worse. Nixon, Hoover and Harding would be fighting for the title of the worst US President or the guy that only lasted 30 days and died in office... can't remember his name.
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Actually look up the statistics of the ratio of volunteers to those drafted. And those who were conscripted are still owed thanks for not deserting their posts, and for marching forth to victory.
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Good point - but peer/societal pressure was huge at that point as well. Ever hear of the "Zoot Suit Riots"? And the country wasn't then - all that it is today. Segregation, lack of voting rights - and prevalent bigotry...all could have given people of color, reason to question what they were fighting for. Nonetheless - Tuskeegee airmen, Navajo (Dineh) Code-Talkers, Japanese soldiers all fought for a nation that did little to deserve their allegiance.

In Oakland there was an explosion at the port - blamed on the black sailors relegated to the dangerous work of ordinance transfer... Let's remember those whom history has denigrated, as well.

It should also be noted that the Germans lost the war in Russia. By D-Day - the US was trying to prevent the Soviets from taking all of Europe - not just the Eastern half.
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what these tombstones do for me i dont see no graves walking around improving my country
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