Should We Honor Slain U.S. Servicemen?
I have addressed this question several times since opening this blog. As a matter of fact, this is one of the main reasons I started blogging (an anti-war stance after understanding 911 was a false flag).
This question is one of those that causes much distress among Americans. Moreso than any “jew bashing” or any “racial attacks” or flaunting my white supremacy. Boy oh boy, if you merely question a soldier and his motivation, you can be attacked by brain washed masses.
Few people are willing to say it, but obviously, our military is nothing more than a tool of the jew. The author I will quote doesn’t say as much (he says the military is a tool of the POTUS). But we all know who the POTUS (especially the jew-owned, Trump) serves.
From Honouring The Fallen by Laurence M Vance
Should we honor slain U.S. servicemen? Did they die protecting U.S. soil? Are they fallen heroes? Did they die fighting for our freedoms? Were they keeping us safe from terrorists? Did they die protecting our rights? Should we be thankful for their service? Did they die in defense of the country?
Did they fight “over there” so we don’t have to fight “over here”? Did they die patrolling U.S. coasts? Were they supporting and defending the Constitution against all enemies, foreign and domestic? Did they die for a noble cause?
I told you that someone has to say it.
The U.S. military—whatever it once was—has, for many years, simply been the president’s personal attack force to bomb, invade, occupy, and otherwise bring death and destruction to any country he deems necessary.
Fallen U.S. soldiers are not heroes. They deserve no glory, honor, and praise. They were not defending the United States. They were not fighting for our freedoms. They were not protecting Americans from credible threats. They were not keeping us safe from terrorists. They were not supporting and defending the Constitution.
Fallen U.S. soldiers died unnecessarily, needlessly, senselessly, in vain, and for a lie. They died a pawn in service to the state. They died for the military/industrial complex. They died for a reckless, belligerent, and meddling U.S. foreign policy that is deeply flawed, and has been for over a hundred years.
Since it is not honorable to serve in the U.S. military and engage in unjust and immoral wars and military adventures, I cannot engage in honoring the fallen.
This economic situation we are in is just another illusion of prosperity. I know this because the main reason anyone joins the service now is simply trying to make a living. There are no real good jobs and the dollar is virtually worthless. The military pays fairly well and houses people. They pay for a worthless college degree which still entices people.
But I will never again advise anyone to join any branch of the service for any reason whatsoever. Nor will I falsely spray hero worship on people that really have no idea what they are getting in to and how they are being used for evil, jewish machinations.
This does not mean that I don’t care for these people, its just that I can no longer support what evil we do in the world.
Edited by Mario Milano, 06 December 2017 - 11:46 AM.