Sunday, March 15, 2015

On the Fact that the Brits Didn't Even Try and Defend the North of Singapore in the Days Leading Up to the Japanese Invasion (a Strategy that Was Based on a Belief that the Japanese Wouldn't Be Tenacious Enough to Traipse Through the Malaysian Jungle in an Effort to Surprise-Attack)

Yeah, the British and the Americans both thoroughly underestimated the Japanese; their strategy, tenacity, technology, etc., and even thought that the war would be won in a couple of weeks (the media being just as guilty as the moronic schmucks in government). Dick Cheney, anyone?

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