The television show The Amazing Race reportedly used a downed B-52 in their show as a checkpoint in their silly contest. The contestants also were required to learn a song according to The New York Post:
The show also had contestants learn a song that was performed for them by children in front of a portrait of North Vietnam communist leader Ho Chi Minh, with subtitled lyrics that included “Vietnam Communist Party is glorious. The light is guiding us to victory.”
The year 1972 was not that long ago. Those wounds still haven’t healed for many. What amazes me, is the shear lack of sensitivity coming from a network and the “Don’t be a Hater” mantra coming from the Left. What snarls hate more than the mockery of our fallen? It is this insensitivity that besmirches the VALOR of these men who died to free other Americans from Communist hellholes.
“When I hear the name L.A. Press Club, I think of the ’70s — and the reporters were so hostile. I could feel the hate coming to me in a wall,” Fonda said after receiving the club’s inaugural Visionary Award. “And now I’m getting an award from the Press Club.
This television program not only raises Communism as a legitimate ideology, but reinforces the idea that our Nationalism is somehow inferior- patriotism and the requisite love of country is shortsighted. It’s a slap in the face to every veteran of every war. All while neglecting the millions that communism murdered.
The communists in our country have taken to the idea that their time has come. They are coming out of the woodwork now.
To quote Chesty Puller:
“All right, they’re on our left, they’re on our right, they’re in front of us, they’re behind us…they can’t get away this time.”
Nixon made one mistake. He didn’t pull the lever.