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THE TRUTH ABOUT WAR HEROES

from Free-Man’s Perspective:

For the past dozen years or so, Americans have been deluged with talk about “heroes,” and especially “our brave soldiers.” I was at a funeral recently, and was shocked to see the funeral director conduct a ritual: he had all past or current members of the military line up and touch a flag for the deceased.

This is not only stupidly out of proportion, but it is deeply damaging to the “heroes.”

As I’ve said before, I understand how young people get pulled into the military, and I do not think that they join because they want to kill. (Though some small number may.) So, let me be very clear on something:

The vast majority of war heroes are victims.

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2 comments to THE TRUTH ABOUT WAR HEROES

  • CalSailX

    A hero is but one who looks at his bothers on the battlefield, and say’s you’ll not die today for my inaction.

    It is perverted by those that make a man chose between the life’s of his fellows or the freedom of those they have to engage.

    However the veil has become so thin that, the puppet masters can no longer hide. Pity them that see not the hand of god as it strikes them down for their crimes.

  • CalSailX

    My uncle was a hero… wounded he didn’t have to go back into the hell he’d left. From what I know of the man, he didn’t go back for his country. He went back to save the life’s of those poor SOB’s that didn’t have a clue as to what that war was about.

    I like to think that there is still a man of the 28th that survived the Hürtgen Forest and the Battle of the Bulge, because my uncle taught them his hard won lessons.

    He never had to go back to that hell, but choose to… not for glory but to save the life’s of those poor stupid SOB’s that didn’t have a clue as to what the battle field held for them.

    My uncle was much like the EOD National Guard Sargent that I worked with in civilian life. He had seen enough to save life’s on the battlefield. I never had to ask why he when back… we both knew.

    Sooner or later men have to stand and deliver… chose what you will die for…

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