One of the healthiest things happening in recent memory is those servicemen coming to realize just how much theyve been lied to and how bloody and evil American leadership is capable of being.

8:02 PM · Sep 18, 2021

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i dont envy these people their guilt i cant even wrap my head around the guilt military people feel when they kill enemy combatants who are threatening them
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I helped the empire kill innocent children and I can’t undo it.
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Peace be with you sir
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American leadership isn't evil -- At every point they tried to find mutually beneficial ways of using the military. There's just not very many useful applications for a big impressive military. No one could have predicted that.
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Thought this was a reply at first.
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I have said this my entire life. Sadly it's true
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Would love to see all of the men in this country just turn their backs on the military
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You should consider having Sgt. Dan McKnight, Chairman of @TroopsHomeUS, on YOUR WELCOME. They’re the antiwar vets that Dave Smith told you about. They’re working on state legislation to prohibit DC from deploying the National Guard into combat without a declaration of war.
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Vet. The rules of engagement were fairly consistent by 2007. Positive ID + Hostile Act. Troops actively engaged with the enemy needed 3-star approval for air or artillery. They rarely got it. But for some reason, the rules didn’t apply to CIA. Or presidents.
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Me, i am servicemen
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