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Since the beginning of America, Americans have been completely fearless, powerful warriors.|
The Germans and Japanese, during World War II collaborated to invade America. Japan thought the cowardly sneak attack on Pearl Harbor would be enough to make America surrender.
The Japanese thought that Americans were not warriors, like the Japanese. Such thinking proved to be a severe error in judgement and their undoing.
Although America had to enter a war against Japan and Germany with most of our huge battleships and aircraft carriers destroyed, America defeated both the Germans and Japanese.
England had already been destroyed, because they did not want America to enter the war against Germany on their side, because America was opposed to their colonies in all parts of the world, including China and India.
Anyway, Americans have always had to fight for its existence.
The point of this is to explain that American men are very strong and brave. A real warrior is a person who is strong enough to be gentle and not to fear showing his feelings, even when it is sorrow that brings tears.
The Japanese Imperial army soldiers, though, were afraid to cry. Also, they were afraid to refuse orders to kill millions of innocent people throughout China and the Pacific Islands.
In battles, the American soldier can cry for a friend who has been killed by the enemy--and with tears of sorrow in his eyes--he will quickly kill a hundred of the enemy.
I want you to know that President Bush lied to both the American people and the world and illegally invaded Iraq. That is not something that the average American person is proud of. Bush's action was cowardly and completely illegal and is very shameful for America!!!
Don't misunerstand me. I'm not bragging, but trying to explain the American psychology and ways to you...why American guys don't fear crying. When it is because of sorrow and loss, it is NEVER cowardly, but it is not fearing true feelings.
This is something that girls understand. It shows a guy's true love for her and how much she is valued and respected. :-)