[Vision2020] New pledge of allegiance [was:alligance]

Donovan Arnold donovanjarnold2005 at yahoo.com
Sun Mar 23 03:37:09 PDT 2008

  I wasn't there and I don't have command of all the facts, so it wasn't for to me to say if it was OK or not. But most those WWII troops and their commanders were not dumb people, and I imagine they did what they thought was best to win the war. And no doubt, innocent people died in course of the war, because none of us are perfect, we just do the best we can with what we got. But I don't think these men were evil, as you seem to indicate so readily with 20/20 hindsight.
  I don't think the Romans needed a refusal of an allegiance to feed lions with Christians. They pretty much were looking for anyone to fuel their blood sports. 
  Best Regards,

Ralph Nielsen <nielsen at uidaho.edu> wrote:
  This was OK, wasn't it, Donovan. And I suppose you have read 
somewhere about early Christians being sent to the lions just because 
they refused to burn a little incense to pledge their allegiance to 
the Roman Empire.


[Vision2020] New pledge of alligance written by a 15 year

Donovan Arnold donovanjarnold2005 at yahoo.com
Sat Mar 22 14:28:00 PDT 2008
Hansen, Hansen, Hansen, Hansen,

It is not baloney that Jews were send back to Germany. It is 
baloney that Jews were sent back the Germany to die because they 
didn't say the pledge of allegiance to the flag.

Of course the US sent Germans back to Germany when we were at War 
with Germany. And of of course many were killed, that is what was 
going on in Europe at the time.

Best Regards,


Tom Hansen wrote:
Betsy Dickow stated:

"This really happened in WWII, but the poor Jews were sent back to 
to die in gas chambers."

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