11 November, 2020

Veteran’s Day: Are You a Veteran of a Ridiculous Foreign War? (Not Yet, Anyway?)

Posted by Socrates in America, America as an arm of world Jewry, America as Wonderland, America-as-a-global-policeman, America-the-sitcom, global citizens, global vs. local/regional, globalization, internationalism, interventionism vs. isolationism, Jewish warmongering, Jewish World Revolution, military, military draft, One World, One People and Free Tacos for Everybody!, perpetual war for perpetual peace, Socrates, Veteran's Day, veterans, Vietnam, Vietnam War, Walt Rostow, war, war as a racket, war as unnecessary, War On Israel's Enemies, war propaganda, War! War! War!, warmongers at 2:18 pm | Permanent Link

Above: the body of a bound, dead U.S. soldier in Korea, one of four soldiers of the 21st Infantry Regiment, 24th Division who were executed by communists on July 10, 1950. If you could somehow contact this guy in the afterlife and ask him, “was it worth losing your life for Korean gooks?” he’d likely answer, “no”. It’s time to end all American foreign wars. If the Jews, Asians, and liberals want to fight wars, then let them fight those wars! Leave us normal White men out of them.


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