But many of us vote for Woodrow Wilson as the worst, and if everything else he's ever done had been wonderful, his dragging us into World War I would be sufficient grounds to brand him as the worst President we've ever had. And it's not that we had huge American casualties. On the contrary, the Civil War and World War II were much worse. It's the effect our entry had on history. First, it led to a virtually unconditional surrender on Germany's part — never called that, but in effect that's what it amounted to. Without our participation in the war, chances are the defeat would have been less overwheming, or the war could even have ended in a stalemate. In either case, a new war twenty years later would have been less inevitable. It was the aftermath of the war that led to future disaster, including World War Two and the aftermath of that.
I've been saying for years that denazification was just practice. The bolshevik-style brainwashing of the German people after World War II was just a test. If they can do it to Germans, they can do it to us, and they've been doing it to us for decades now, and political correctness is just its latest incarnation. And we have our own campus Red Guard enforcing it all.
You know what today is the 100th anniversary of? This is from the Occidental Observer [link]:
The War to End All PeaceF. Roger Devlin and Stephen J. Ross
Quibcag: I found the first illustration on Twitter, here: https://twitter.com/drilrei/status/783820796980584450 The second is from Zerochan, and that last is from Pinterest.