Thursday, April 30, 2009


I know this is a farm blog, but I can't help but see things and feel like I have to share it. This is one of them. I cannot, possibly, believe that I am the only one that has concern for this. Read this article from a Jacksonville, Florida newspaper. It give a "feely good" spin on an, otherwise, alarming occurrence of foreign and domestic troops, storming a local beach, "working together", and learning to "jell" with one another. I am appalled, to say it best. Why are our U.S. troops "working with" troops of other nations? Are they preparing to invade our sacred home? Is this part of the "North American Union"? Wow!


Anonymous said...

I think you might be over-reacting a bit. These troops from other countries are our allies. It might be good they have this training together if and when they ever have to join together to defend us.

Scott or Pam said...

I will acknowledge that, perhaps, I over reacted. However, I agree with George Washington's warnings against working with and meddling with the affairs of other countries. I think there are inherant risks involved. If our troops were home, where they belonged, we wouldn't have to worry about defending our home. To me, this kind of thing fits right in with globalist agenda, a one world movement. Our nation's autonomy barely exists any longer. I don't know about you, but I don't want to be ruled by somebody in a foriegn land, and I am uncomfortable with foreign troops on our soil.
Thanks for your comment, I really do appreciate it, I disagree with you and that is all. Thank you.