In light of Veteran’s Day…

“If the money’s there for America to fight endless wars for Israel, you’d think the money would be there to take care of their own?”
— Blogger Serb, 101

“You cannot thank veterans for your freedom because they have actively done nothing more than endanger its very existence. In fact, American military power abroad (and increasingly, at home) has made civilians tremendously more unsafe now than they have ever been. The threat not only emerges from aggrieved victims of American brutality abroad but a government desperate in bad times to ensure that not one dollar of military expenditures is reduced. … Veterans don’t need gratitude but a self-realization on their part that the machine they worked for was never an engine for liberty but a device whose single purpose was aggrandizement of American political power at home and abroad. And that political hammer always extinguishes liberty and never expands it.”
— Bill Buppert, The Shame of Veterans Day: The Mass Marketing of Mass Murder

“They have erected a police state behind the facade of freedom. … If honoring veterans means perpetuating a cycle of endless war, we must stop. Better to honor the dead by abolishing wars. We can do this by nationalizing private central banks, and making the bankers answer for their crimes.”
— Henry Makow

“You can’t blame the veterans of earlier decades because we thought we were doing the right thing and assumed that the military was on the up and up. But today, everyone should know the score and should do nothing to encourage or enable that killing enterprise – including celebrating its ‘commemorative’ rituals.”
— Ken Adachi

3 thoughts on “In light of Veteran’s Day…

    1. Thanks, Katie. I just hope these words can fall on young eyes. I just try to imagine what it would be like when they can no longer be fooled and lured in. Damn those dangling carrots.


  1. The biggest employer in the world needs more young guys an gals . When will this stop . USA could of been rebuild from shining sea to shining sea if we just would look out for the home land an stop working for every country that needs more soil an oil

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