Seems the Canadians don’t have a 24-hour guard at their Tomb of the Unknowns – or at least not since the islamic attack in recent weeks.

So Retired US Marine Major “Fox” Sinke put on his dress uniform and drove up and volunteered as a honor guard there.  (Yes, he really does have five Purple Hearts.)

Canadian authorities showed up three plus hours later and told him he had “more balls than brains”, citing the potential for a follow-up threat from other would-be terrorists.

Major Sinke just laughed.  “Well actually, sir, I was kind of hoping that one of those scum-of-the-earth radicals would show up and take me on because, to tell you the truth, I have always dreamed of being able to confront an evil-doer and run him through with this damn sword.”

Since he was publicized for his act by the media, he has since gotten threatening phone calls from Arabic speakers.   He told cops:  “If they’re looking for a fight, they came to the right guy.”

Americans don’t cower to radical muslim thugs.

We kill them.

The Marine Corps Times has the whole story.


5 thoughts on “INSPIRING: Retired US Marine volunteers as honor guard at Canada’s Tomb of the Unknowns”
  1. Thank God for real Americans that don’t give a damn about political correct garbage!
    We need to stand up and say enough! We have the greatest people in the greatest country in the world . Together we stand! Thank you Major Sinke for your service and bravery!

  2. U.S. Marines make us proud.

    I would imagine this old Marine has more courage in his toenail than those jihadist Neanderthals.


    1. But he is armed, isn’t he a Marine? A sword and a maybe service knife along with his intellegence is probably enough, but it wouold be prudent to have a Colt .45 (not the beer) and an M-16 as well.

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