Two Great Men

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“Be a Man so honorable that even your enemies mourn your death”. When WWII ended my grandfather was 17 years old……we are Germans by the way…..he was fighting on the Eastrn Front and got sentenced to 5 years work in a mine in Siberia. He came home to a country bombed to pieces not knowing if someone from his familie survived. When he heard that Churchill died in ’65 he took what little savings he had to attend the funeral.He spent his entire money just so he could stand on the side of the road and salute the man who bombed his home. Because to my grandfather Churchill was the man who saved the world from evil. The evil he was injected with at ten years old when the Nazis forced their hatred down the german childrens throat. Churchill didn’t just save Britain from the Nazis but also freed the Germans from them. And spending all his money to honor this man was the least he could do to try and repay someone for something you can’t pay for. He said to me : “When the World gets swallowed by darkness Humanity needs a man who stares evil in the eye and tells it – We will never surrender.”

Sarolith

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6 Comments

  1. Ecclesiastes 1:9, “What has been will be again, what has been done will be done again; there is nothing new under the Sun. ”

    “The evil he was injected with at ten years old when the Nazis forced their hatred down the German children’s throats.” For the past (what?) 50+ years the evil and hatred have been forced on our children by the left and its control of public education and universities.

    I’m not sure the following (seen elsewhere on the web) is correct philosophy.

    Three Great World Philosophers:
    “To be is to do.” Socrates
    “To do is to be.” Plato
    “Do be do be do.” Sinatra

  2. God bless this post.
    These words and actions of the man have given me much to be thankful for.
    Evil will not win as long as courage is in the heart.

  3. Once again, thank you Donald for uplifting us all with this post. Maybe you’ll get your certification from the Vatican now.

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