By Marielena Montesino de Stuart – Candidate for the U.S. Senate 2012 (Republican – FL, on the ballot)
I listened to the speech that Trump delivered last night from his Doral Resort in Miami.
There is no question that Trump is tenacious in the current views he is presenting as a 2016 presidential candidate. He is unafraid of political correctness and he has a sense of humour– but there’s one aspect of his personality that moves me: his respect and passion for great military strength and discipline– and how he is looking for “his” General MacArthur and “his” General Patton, the latter being one of my favorite military heroes of all time. MacArthur and Patton represented military courage, which is a cornerstone of Western Civilization.
We have lost the sense of glory and respect that comes from winning great battles against evil. For God’s sake, we have generals chatting like mademoiselles in distress in front of TV cameras. What an embarrassment!
We have not had a great victory since WWII. We’re demoralized against evil, which has overtaken us.
During my campaign for the United States Senate (Republican-2012 FL on the ballot) I always stated that there is an “impossible coexistence” between our tradition of military strength and socialist pacifism.
But where is the new General MacArthur? Where is the new General Patton?
Mr. Trump–and Americans in general, need to carefully consider that in this country millions of children have been exterminated through abortion. So many, in fact, that in the United States the number of abortions now exceeds the population of the United Kingdom. Among them surely died many Generals, like MacArthur, like Patton.
I have said before and will say again that this monumental loss of human potential is our greatest enemy.
General Douglas MacArthur, Supreme Commander of the Allied Occupation Forces refused Margaret Sanger permission to enter the country, despite the fact that Sanger had been asked to visit postwar Japan by that nation’s most prominent birth control advocate, Baroness Shidzue Ishimoto (Kato). Margaret Sanger founded the American Birth Control League, which later became Planned Parenthood.
To ignore the urgent need for the defense of innocent human life is to deny the value of our own existence. If we want to survive as a civilized society, we must begin by defending our future Generals in the womb.
It’s time to lift the fog… someone has to say the truth.
Copyright © Marielena Montesino de Stuart. All rights reserved.
FURTHER READING ABOUT General Douglas MacArthur in Japan:
Douglas MacArthur: Statecraft and Stagecraft in America’s East Asian Policy By Russell D. Buhite
“Fearing criticism he was always highly selective about those Americans he allowed into Japan, but never failed to permit the entry of missionaries. Indeed, he sent messages to churches in the United States urging that they send missionaries to the country, and at one point he asked that the faithful back home send ten million Bibles. He also had critical references about Christianity excised from textbooks. His Christianization campaign was complicated and involved both ideological and practical considerations. He informed Secretary of the Navy James Forestall in 1946 that what Asia needed was a commitment to Christianity to counter godless Marxism/Leninism…”
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