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Post by Commissar D, the Evil » Thu Nov 22, 2007 3:19 am

And her Father, my Grandfather, who fought in the skies of W.W.I :


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All Blood is Red!

~Akira Ushijima, Ever Victorious!
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Post by Andy H » Thu Nov 22, 2007 5:24 am

Commissar D, the Evil wrote:I thought the racist American dogs might pale at a picture of my mother:

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That's right Yankee scum, she is African-American!

~Akira, servant of the Emperor Hirohito
She looks like shes got a bad case of sunburn given her pale complexion at the edges so to speak :wink:

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Post by Tom Houlihan » Thu Nov 22, 2007 6:27 am

Andy H wrote:She looks like shes got a bad case of sunburn given her pale complexion at the edges so to speak :wink:
I just thought she was just 3/4 black, 1/4 Japanese!







Or the victim of a bad photoshopping!
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Post by Andy H » Thu Nov 22, 2007 9:08 am

Tom Houlihan wrote: I just thought she was just 3/4 black, 1/4 Japanese!

Or the victim of a bad photoshopping!
Typical Slant-eyed propoganda

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Post by Shadow » Thu Nov 22, 2007 11:50 am

Commissar D, the Evil wrote: We never saw them!
Might that have something to do with your notoriousally poor eyesight ? :wink:

That's probably why you had any chance at all of shooting down a huge B-29 ............................ you could just barely SEE them !!! :roll: :D
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Post by Shadow » Thu Nov 22, 2007 12:36 pm

And as for that picture of your MOTHER :shock: ....................... I expect that you'll be joining the Kamikaze Corps shortly !!
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Post by Commissar D, the Evil » Thu Nov 22, 2007 6:19 pm

Might that have something to do with your notoriousally poor eyesight ?
I have heard it told that Admiral Phillip's last words on the H.M.S. Prince of Wales was, "don't worry boys, they can't hit a thing....." :wink:

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And as for that picture of your MOTHER Shocked ....................... I expect that you'll be joining the Kamikaze Corps shortly !!
Round-eyed Shadowy devil!!!!! :x :x :x :x

Truth be told, we experienced pilots were ordered not to join the Kamikaze squadrons. I believe that this misguided policy was, on the part of our higher command, one of economy of our leaders--why waste an ace for a kamikaze mission when a pilot with less than a hundred hours flying time will do? What it meant, as a practicality, was that we veterans survived longer, even by a thin thread, than the eager, young Kamikazes. I will live forever in shame that this happened and it was a rationale for my comrades and myself to hunt B-29s with abandon and without personal joy.

At any rate, my own motto is "ALL BLOOD IS RED"!

Which for your purposes means that that I will spend any number of Yankee lives before giving up my own in the service of his Imperial Highness, the Emperor, Hirohito!!!

BANZAI!!! BANZAI!!! BANZAI!!!!!

~Akira, the Ever-Victorious Sword-Bladeon the part of our higher command
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Post by Commissar D, the Evil » Thu Nov 22, 2007 6:24 pm

By the Way, I don't believe that any of you round-eyed dogs can identify this photo:

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Western "Historians" are blind to the world! (The Gods Know that I have Given Enough Clues!)

~Akira Ushijima, in the Vanguard of Freedom!!!
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Post by Commissar D, the Evil » Thu Nov 22, 2007 7:03 pm

Some of you round-eyed devils have questioned why I rode the Raiden instead of the Shiden-Kai. My only answer--as I said to my superiors in the Imperial Japanese Air force is:

JACK IS BACK!!!

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BANZAI!!! BANZAI!!! BANZAI!!!!

~Akira, the Fanatical! (And known by every B-29 Squadron in the Pacific as "Jack, the Ripper!" ).
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Post by Commissar D, the Evil » Thu Nov 22, 2007 7:53 pm

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Post by Tom Houlihan » Thu Nov 22, 2007 8:43 pm

Akira-san, it doesn't matter how many times you post here, the Emperor still surrendered. Not only the country, but his divinity.

Just like it doesn't matter how many times I watch The Longest Day. The Germans still lose!

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Post by Commissar D, the Evil » Thu Nov 22, 2007 8:51 pm

Tom-san, I am impressed by your courage, but, I fear, you miss the point of my posts. Everyone on this site appears to think that only German or Allied Bravery counts a bit. I am here to prove that we sons of Nippon fought just as bravely, just as courageously, as any Men on Earth.

We did lose, of course, but that is not the point of it all. Even while losing, we were brave, or, as you Americans would say, "cool".

And, until someone of you "Forum Hero Historians" identify the picture of my Grandfather, I must regard you all as--what is the English term?--"Louts", who have no real idea of History.

Time, I suppose to hear from Andy H., a proponent of the Royal Airforce Fleeing. I have a bridge on the river Kwai I'd like him to help build.....

As for John, the Shadowy One, I'd remind him to stay out of the searing rays of the Rising Sun!
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~Akira, Eternal Servant of the Emperor (AKA "JACK, THE RIPPER")
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Post by Dragunov » Thu Nov 22, 2007 9:44 pm

Time, I suppose to hear from Andy H., a proponent of the Royal Airforce Fleeing. I have a bridge on the river Kwai I'd like him to help build.....
or 'Rare As Fairies' to the army lads.... the brewster buffalo is one screwed up fairy. :D
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Post by Waleed Y. Majeed » Fri Nov 23, 2007 7:02 am

Hai Akira-san!

I humbly apologise for the late reply to your riddle question... (DEEEEEEEEEEEEEEP & LOOOOOOOOONG BOW)
Please forgive me for my laziness and accept my answer - or may a Raiden strike me instantly and constantly.

Your honourable Grandfather was non less than the legendary Eugene Jacques Bullard, first African American combat pilot.


Your humble servant

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Post by Shadow » Fri Nov 23, 2007 1:39 pm

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America’s first black aviator did not fly for the country of his birth America, but for his adopted country of France. A country for which he was severely wounded and received many medals for valor. Gene himself was a man who hesitated to speak of himself but one who stood on the principles of honesty and integrity. He treated everyone as he wished to be treated and because of that he was very well liked. He lived by the belief that all men were created equal and should be treated accordingly.
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