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After my moment of solace, am I supposed to be thankful?

 
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11/11/2012 10:16 PM
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After my moment of solace, am I supposed to be thankful?
I understand that many have died and will continue to, it is a sad thing indeed...

But how can I possibly be thankful for people signing up to fight in bullshit wars for assholes who couldn't give a damn if they died? I understand that some feel that they want to be a part of something greater than themselves, but the Military is possibly the worst way to do that.

I can't help but feel bad that people continue to believe that their "freedoms" were given to them by "brave men and women" who signed up to die in vain.

Is anyone else getting really tired of this bullshit?
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11/11/2012 10:30 PM
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Re: After my moment of solace, am I supposed to be thankful?
More and more people are understanding it is NOT for our freedom, but a distraction from the lose of our freedoms happening here. The revolution is here. And not a gun had to be raised. It was always the only way to beat them.
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11/11/2012 10:52 PM
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Re: After my moment of solace, am I supposed to be thankful?
More and more people are understanding it is NOT for our freedom, but a distraction from the lose of our freedoms happening here. The revolution is here. And not a gun had to be raised. It was always the only way to beat them.
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I agree. I can't say how many more people are waking up to this garbage they are being fed but I hope more and more come to realize it. The problem is how fast we are going down without a fight, and by the time the general population realizes it I feel like it will be too late.
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11/11/2012 10:53 PM
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Re: After my moment of solace, am I supposed to be thankful?
Fuck 'em.
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11/11/2012 11:04 PM

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Re: After my moment of solace, am I supposed to be thankful?
I understand that many have died and will continue to, it is a sad thing indeed...

But how can I possibly be thankful for people signing up to fight in bullshit wars for assholes who couldn't give a damn if they died? I understand that some feel that they want to be a part of something greater than themselves, but the Military is possibly the worst way to do that.

I can't help but feel bad that people continue to believe that their "freedoms" were given to them by "brave men and women" who signed up to die in vain.

Is anyone else getting really tired of this bullshit?
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 9620766


I imagine you have not spent much time studying history nor do you comprehend that freedom is not free and each person in the military prior to our dismal economic conditions and only looking for job had a keen perspective of what they were doing.

Currently I m on standby reserve status and would hove to carefully review if obama recalled me as I would rather suffer the consequences than further that puppets agenda.

However, you may sit safely at home and we will understand you to be selfish, cowardly and without conviction but that is your right.
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11/11/2012 11:07 PM
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Re: After my moment of solace, am I supposed to be thankful?
I imagine you have not spent much time studying history nor do you comprehend that freedom is not free and each person in the military prior to our dismal economic conditions and only looking for job had a keen perspective of what they were doing.

Currently I m on standby reserve status and would hove to carefully review if obama recalled me as I would rather suffer the consequences than further that puppets agenda.

However, you may sit safely at home and we will understand you to be selfish, cowardly and without conviction but that is your right.
 Quoting: SilverPatriot

"selfish, cowardly and without conviction"

Sorry, but you can't use these words whenever you talk about people who die in vain for corporations and banks who make money off your demise.

I understand though, your response is that of any disgruntled service member.
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11/11/2012 11:32 PM
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Re: After my moment of solace, am I supposed to be thankful?
I imagine you have not spent much time studying history nor do you comprehend that freedom is not free.
 Quoting: SilverPatriot


I just had to sit here and look at this statement, and man, it comes across as a joke right now...hows that brainwashing coming along?

Tell me where my freedoms were at risk during the Korean War, Vietnam, Desert Storm, "Enduring Justice/Freedom", and our new "War on Terror"?

Why did our Military let Pearl Harbor happen? Why wasn't it taught in schools that the RMS Lusitania was carrying munitions? Why does our government fail to help these "brave men and women" who come back from their own war?

You call me "selfish and cowardly" because I refuse to be a part of the machine that does nothing good for its own people?

You're a funny guy, I must say.
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11/11/2012 11:57 PM
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Re: After my moment of solace, am I supposed to be thankful?
I imagine you have not spent much time studying history nor do you comprehend that freedom is not free.
 Quoting: SilverPatriot


I just had to sit here and look at this statement, and man, it comes across as a joke right now...hows that brainwashing coming along?

Tell me where my freedoms were at risk during the Korean War, Vietnam, Desert Storm, "Enduring Justice/Freedom", and our new "War on Terror"?

Why did our Military let Pearl Harbor happen? Why wasn't it taught in schools that the RMS Lusitania was carrying munitions? Why does our government fail to help these "brave men and women" who come back from their own war?

You call me "selfish and cowardly" because I refuse to be a part of the machine that does nothing good for its own people?

You're a funny guy, I must say.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 9620766

And you are a child.

You think that the banks and corporations didn't set up REAL THREATS to create their wars?

You think communism is actually workable? You think it only has to be "given the right chance"?

200 million murdered people of communist and socialist countries in the last hundred years, and you dismiss it with a sneer and a laugh.

I take it back, you're not a child. You're an evil fuck.

On behalf of the ocean of blood of men, women and children unleashed by your collectivist hell dreams, I spit in your smiling, contemptuous face.

You are the end of the world - you, personally. Remember that the next time you look in the mirror, you stinking bastard.
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11/12/2012 12:07 AM
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Re: After my moment of solace, am I supposed to be thankful?
I imagine you have not spent much time studying history nor do you comprehend that freedom is not free.
 Quoting: SilverPatriot


I just had to sit here and look at this statement, and man, it comes across as a joke right now...hows that brainwashing coming along?

Tell me where my freedoms were at risk during the Korean War, Vietnam, Desert Storm, "Enduring Justice/Freedom", and our new "War on Terror"?

Why did our Military let Pearl Harbor happen? Why wasn't it taught in schools that the RMS Lusitania was carrying munitions? Why does our government fail to help these "brave men and women" who come back from their own war?

You call me "selfish and cowardly" because I refuse to be a part of the machine that does nothing good for its own people?

You're a funny guy, I must say.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 9620766

And you are a child.

You think that the banks and corporations didn't set up REAL THREATS to create their wars?

You think communism is actually workable? You think it only has to be "given the right chance"?

200 million murdered people of communist and socialist countries in the last hundred years, and you dismiss it with a sneer and a laugh.

I take it back, you're not a child. You're an evil fuck.

On behalf of the ocean of blood of men, women and children unleashed by your collectivist hell dreams, I spit in your smiling, contemptuous face.

You are the end of the world - you, personally. Remember that the next time you look in the mirror, you stinking bastard.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 1610534

I'm sorry, but are you in the wrong thread replying to the wrong comment? This makes absolutely no sense if directed towards me.

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