As another Lame Cherry exclusive in matter anti matter.
I like Mel Gibson and have stood by him in all the attacks upon him from the Hollywood liberals, but this new film Hacksaw Ridge pisses me off.
"Hacksaw Ridge" is inspired by the incredible true story of Desmond T. Doss, one of only three U.S. soldiers to win the Medal of Honor for military combat service as a conscientious objector, and Gibson thrusts that story into the zeitgeist with an admirable and unforgettable effort.
This is a story about this Doss hillbilly who was a 7th Day Adventist, and refused conscientious objector status and the bullshit associated with it that he would not carry a gun.
The drama of this "hero" is that in Japan, or Okinawa, Doss "saved" 70 men as a medic.
For those sucked into more of these puke ass stories, that if millions of armed Americans had not fought, when they had no desire to kill people, no one would be watching these puke ass stories, the Lame Cherry makes this one point.
Perhaps if Desmond T. Doss had actually been an American and was not only carrying a rifle, but shooting Japanese, that these 70 Patriots that Doss "rescued" would not have been wounded, and more Americans would not be dead.
Sgt. York saved numerous American lives in World War I, but killing the enemy. That is to be celebrated, along with the Americans now living, because York killed the enemy.
How many American family lives were ruined, because Desmond Doss did not fire a rifle, and how many braintards are sucked into this propaganda, thinking this freeloader is anything to be honored.