The President of the United States Bows to No One?

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HOW DARE YOU, MR. PRESIDENT?

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HOW DARE YOU, MR. PRESIDENT?

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HOW DARE YOU, MR. PRESIDENT?

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Do the words Pearl Harbor or Bataan have any meaning to Barack Obama.  He grew up in Hawaii, near the memorial to the USS Arizona where 1,177 Americans died.  Veterans Day was just a few days ago.  The man ought to know the meaning of War World II and what the Japanese inflicted on America.

The President of the United States of America bows to no one, or once upon a time when we had men in office who knew a little about protocol, dignity, honor, and tradition did.

Not only did this person bow before the Saudi King, but now he has been photographed bowing before the Emperor of Japan.

General Douglas MacArthur did not bow to Akihito’s father so why the heck does this little twerp bow to the son of the leader of a country that went to war with us.

HOW ABOUT A HISTORY LESSON:

JAPANESE CONQUEST OF THE PACIFIC

1940-09-22 Invasion of French Indochina
1941-12-07 (12-08 Asian Time) Attack on Pearl Harbor
1941-12-08 Japanese Invasion of Thailand
1941-12-08 Battle of Guam (1941)
1941-12-08 United States declares war on Japan
1941-12-08 – 1941-12-25 Battle of Hong Kong
1941-12-08 – 1942-01-31 Battle of Malaya
1941-12-10 Sinking of HMS Prince of Wales and HMS Repulse
1941-12-11 – 1941-12-24 Battle of Wake Island
1941-12-16 – 1942-04-01 Borneo campaign (1942)
1941-12-22 – 1942-05-06 Battle of the Philippines
1942-01-01 – 1945-10-25 Transport of POWs via hell ships
1942-01-11 – 1942-01-12 Battle of Tarakan
1942-01-23 Battle of Rabaul (1942)
1942-01-24 Naval Battle of Balikpapan
1942-01-25 Thailand declares war on the Allies
1942-01-30 – 1942-02-03 Battle of Ambon
1942-01-30 – 1942-02-15 Battle of Singapore
1942-02-04 Battle of Makassar Strait
1942-02-14 – 1942-02-15 Battle of Palembang
1942-02-19 Air raids on Darwin, Australia
1942-02-19 – 1942-02-20 Battle of Badung Strait
1942-02-19 – 1943-02-10 Battle of Timor (1942-43)
1942-02-27 – 1942-03-01 Battle of the Java Sea
1942-03-01 Battle of Sunda Strait
1942-03-01 – 1942-03-09 Battle of Java
1942-03-31 Battle of Christmas Island
1942-03-31 – 1942-04-10 Indian Ocean raid
1942-04-09 Bataan Death March begins
1942-04-18 Doolittle Raid
1942-05-03 Japanese invasion of Tulagi
1942-05-04 – 1942-05-08 Battle of the Coral Sea
1942-05-31 – 1942-06-08 Attacks on Sydney Harbour area, Australia
1942-06-04 – 1942-06-06 Battle of Midway

ALLIED WAR AGAINST JAPAN

South East Asian campaigns: 1941-12-08 – 1945-08-15

Burma Campaign: 1941-12-16 – 1945-08-15
1945-05-15 – 1945-05-16 Battle of the Malacca Strait
New Guinea campaign

1942-01-23 – Battle of Rabaul
1942-03-07 – Operation Mo (Japanese invasion of mainland New Guinea)
1942-05-04 – 1942-05-08 Battle of the Coral Sea
1942-07-01 – 1943-01-31 Kokoda Track Campaign
1942-08-25 – 1942-09-05 Battle of Milne Bay
1942-11-19 – 1942-01-23 Battle of Buna-Gona
1943-01-28 – 1943-01-30 Battle of Wau
1943-03-02 – 1943-03-04 Battle of the Bismarck Sea
1943-06-29 – 1943-09-16 Battle of Lae
1943-06-30 – 1944-03-25 Operation Cartwheel
1943-09-19 – 1944-04-24 Finisterre Range campaign
1943-09-22 – 1944-01-15 Huon Peninsula campaign
1943-11-01 – 1943-11-11 Attack on Rabaul
1943-12-15 – 1945-08-15 New Britain campaign
1944-02-29 – 1944-03-25 Admiralty Islands campaign
1944-04-22 – 1945-08-15 Western New Guinea campaign
Madagascar Campaign

1942-05-05 – 1942-11-06 Battle of Madagascar
Aleutian Islands Campaign

1942-06-06 – 1943-08-15 Battle of the Aleutian Islands
1942-06-07 – 1943-08-15 Battle of Kiska
1943-03-26 – Battle of the Komandorski Islands
Guadalcanal Campaign

1942-08-07 – 1943-02-09 Battle of Guadalcanal
1942-08-09 Battle of Savo Island
1942-08-24 – 1942-08-25 Battle of the Eastern Solomons
1942-10-11 – 1942-10-12 Battle of Cape Esperance
1942-10-25 – 1942-10-27 Battle of the Santa Cruz Islands
1942-11-13 – 1942-11-15 Naval Battle of Guadalcanal
1942-11-30 Battle of Tassafaronga
Solomon Islands campaign

1943-01-29 – 1943-01-30 Battle of Rennell Island
1943-03-06 Battle of Blackett Strait
1943-06-10 – 1943-08-25 Battle of New Georgia
1943-07-06 Battle of Kula Gulf
1943-07-12 – 1943-07-13 Battle of Kolombangara
1943-08-06 – 1943-08-07 Battle of Vella Gulf
1943-08-17 – 1943-08-18 Battle off Horaniu
1943-08-15 – 1943-10-09 Land Battle of Vella Lavella
1943-10-06 Naval Battle of Vella Lavella
1943-11-01 – 1945-08-21 Battle of Bougainville
1943-11-01 – 1943-11-02 Battle of Empress Augusta Bay
1943-11-26 Battle of Cape St. George
Gilbert and Marshall Islands campaign

1943-11-20 – 1943-11-23 Battle of Tarawa
1943-11-20 – 1943-11-24 Battle of Makin
1944-01-31 – 1944-02-07 Battle of Kwajalein
1944-02-16 – 1944-02-17 Attack on Truk
1944-02-16 – 1944-02-23 Battle of Eniwetok
Bombing of South East Asia, 1944-45

Operation Cockpit 1944-04-19
Operation Transom 1944-05-17
Operation Matterhorn 1944-06-05 – May 1945
Operation Meridian 1945-01-24 – 1945-01-29
Mariana and Palau Islands campaign

1944-06-15 – 1944-07-09 Battle of Saipan
1944-06-19 – 1944-06-20 Battle of the Philippine Sea
1944-07-21 – 1944-08-10 Battle of Guam
1944-07-24 – 1944-08-01 Battle of Tinian
1944-09-15 – 1944-11-25 Battle of Peleliu
1944-09-17 – 1944-09-30 Battle of Angaur
Philippines campaign

1944-10-20 – 1944-12-10 Battle of Leyte
1944-10-24 – 1944-10-25 Battle of Leyte Gulf
1944-11-11 – 1944-12-21 Battle of Ormoc Bay
1944-12-15 – 1945-07-04 Battle of Luzon
1945-01-09 Invasion of Lingayen Gulf
1945-01-31 – 1945-02-08 Recapture of Bataan
1945-02-03 – 1945-03-03 Battle of Manila
1945-03-18 – 1945-07-30 Battle of the Visayas
1945-03-10 – 1945-08-15 Battle of Mindanao
Volcano and Ryukyu Islands campaign

1945-02-16 – 1945-03-26 Battle of Iwo Jima
1945-04-01 – 1945-06-21 Battle of Okinawa
1945-04-07 Operation Ten-Go
Borneo campaign

1945-05-01 – 1945-05-25 Battle of Tarakan
1945-06-10 – 1945-06-15 Battle of Brunei
1945-06-10 – 1945-06-22 Battle of Labuan
1945-06-17 – 1945-08-15 Battle of North Borneo
1945-07-07 – 1945-07-21 Battle of Balikpapan
Japan campaign

1945-07-22 Battle of Tokyo Bay
1945-08-06 – 1945-08-09 Atomic bombings of Hiroshima and Nagasaki
Soviet invasion of Manchuria

1945-08-08 – 1945-09-02 Soviet invasion of Manchuria

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One thought on “The President of the United States Bows to No One?

  1. NIXON bowed to Hirohito too.
    And my father-in-law is a proud Bataan Death March survivor and supporter of Obama!

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