No Apologies, But a Wreath? Sec. Lurch Kerry at Hiroshima


From left to right, Germany’s Foreign Minister Frank-Walter Steinmeier, Japan’s Foreign Minister Fumio Kishida, U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry, British Foreign Secretary Philip Hammond and Canada’s Foreign Minister Stephane Dion offer a silent prayer at the Memorial Cenotaph. (Kazuhiro Nogi/AFP/Getty Images)

How did John “Lurch” Kerry resist what must have been a nearly irresistible impulse to apologize for America’s wise decision to drop a nuclear bomb on Hiroshima?

As I told you on yesterday’s edition of The Teri O’Brien Show, Sec. of State John Kerry is visiting Hiroshima, where he will not apologize for the dropping an atomic bomb on Hiroshima. As a charter member of the “America is always wrong club, from back in his “Winter Soldier” scam days (can you say  Jenjis Khan, or even better, traitor?), as seen here:

Given his attitude toward our country, it had to be tough for him to avoid falling to his knees and begging the forgiveness of the Japanese. Never mind that the use of the nuclear weapon at Hiroshima saved millions of lives, both American and Japanese. The brilliant war historian Victor Davis Hanson has written eloquently about that fact. Read it here.

Read here about the cruel Bataan Death March, carried about by brutal Japanese who captured American and Filipino soldiers.

And please spare me any of this leftist pap “Evil America is the only country to ever use a nuclear weapon.” You know what else America is? The only country to save the world from the Nazis and their Axis allies. So put a sock in it.


  1. twitter_ruthdianecotter

    This wreath crap was planned. It occurred on the anniversary of the Bataan Death march where 80,000 Filipino and American troops were marched to death by the Imperial Japanese Army. Kerry knew exactly what he was doing. He hates the military, and he hates America.

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