"After WW I, many German veterans got together to form Freikorps, to look after their interests. These groups were instrumental in crushing the Left in the streets later. US vets should do the same. Between Clinton and O'bwana, the highest levels of the US military are already lost."
In an episode of the travelogue series "Billy Connolly's Route 66" (about this legendary road's direct & indirect influence on American modern history & culture, as he travels such on a custom Harley-Davidson three-wheeler), whilst in Kansas*, the 'Big Yin' stops off at a 'Yard Sale' (UK: 'Car Boot Sale'), to see what there is on offer. One family has chickens for sale, another has general bric-a-brac. He then approaches one man who has a Nazi banner - Swastika & all - and a Wehrmacht ceremonial dagger for sale, amongst other WWII memorabilia. He's eager to detail where it came from, who previously owned it, almost as if he's proud of it.
Yet, when Billy asked about a certain item in a display case, and for the camera crew to focus in on such, the man starts to get all antsy about it, being very evasive and all, covering it up; even saying 'Oh, I dunno if you folks over in England would like this!', yet Billy insists on seeing it. What was it?
A stack of bumper stickers with the slogan 'Obama Sucks':
'There's something about a Swastika, that just stops me in my tracks. That's the second one I've seen in a few weeks. I saw one in Scotland. And it... it does something deep inside me; it scares the bejesus out of me. I get unsettled.'
-Billy Connolly, "Billy Connolly's Route 66"
A couple of my friends - who have been to the US - who are interested in WWII, and collect related memorabilia, say that there's hardly any Japanese military stuff generally available there (and even then, it usually has to be ordered from outside the US by dealers/collectors etc). Seems to be a very long collective memory the US has, re. a certain 'Date That Will Live In Infamy', and that's understandable (there's also the little matter of what happened to Japanese-Americans around that time). We in the UK have an extremely long collective memory about what another part of the Axis did to my country before then, Jerk-o-shite.
I wonder what would have happened if, say, instead of the Japanese doing what they did, the Kriegsmarine had attacked New York...?!
*- PROTIP: Fred Phelps & his WBC are from Kansas. Nothing more needs to be said.