Aid and Comfort on Google

by JennSierra on March 7, 2008

in Google, Jenn Sierra, treason

In this post are copies of some WWII posters and literature from the 1940’s:


Apparently, Americans a few decades ago didn’t feel that getting our soldiers killed was part of their First Amendment rights. My, how things have changed, in our “progressive,” “liberated,” “internationalist” society today.


This information is on Mashable, today. Stan Schroeder is exposing Google for providing pics of Fort Sam Houston military base. Google says it was a mistake, and that they’ve corrected it, but as of the publishing of this article (3/7/08 at Noon CST) this much is still available. Apparantly what was showing earlier, that prompted the Pentagon to get involved, showed even more, including the location of the guards and other security information, including 360-degree footage of the insides of some buildings.

When did giving aid and comfort to our enemies become acceptable in America?


{ 3 comments… read them below or add one }

1 Always On Watch March 8, 2008 at 9:32 pm

People today just don’t get it that the West is in a war for its very existence. They don’t believe that the Islamic threat exists!

I’m constantly amazed at the utter stupidity I see and hear.

Human beings have always had the ability to ignore danger, but ignoring the danger we face now, in the 21st Century, is astounding to me. We live in The Information Age! There is really NO EXCUSE for literate people to find and absorb the information about the murderous ideology of Islam.

2 Mac, at ASKEW March 22, 2008 at 8:25 pm

Geez, if the poster were valid today, you’d have to arrest most of the mainstream press. 🙄 (Hey. . . . 😯 you’d have to arrest most of the mainstream press! 😆 )

3 1389 March 22, 2008 at 8:30 pm

Is THAT ever the truth!

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