Military Reading Lists


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(H/t Bill Buppert)

3 responses to “Military Reading Lists

  1. useful. Thanks, CA and Buppert

  2. It comes as no surprise that the US Constitution is not on their list. Perhaps it would have prevented every unconstitutional war since 1950 resulting in over 101,784 Americans killed.

    Today’s US military does not fight for our country. Oh sure, I believe they believe they do. And once they find themselves in some foreign land that 99% of American could not find on a globe, they will fight to their deaths for their brothers-in-arms. I get that. But the truth is that militaries fight for their government. And Washington DC could not care less about defending US soil. If they did our military would be on our borders which are being overrun by foreign enemies. Instead they and the other elites are hell-bent on destroying all borders, creating global chaos, then ‘saving mankind’ with their one-world government.

    I agree with Bill Buffert retired career Army officer, “The only just war is one fought on your soil to defend your own soil.” And Smedley Darlington Butler, a United States Marine Corps major general, the highest rank authorized at that time, and at the time of his death the most decorated Marine in U.S. history. “War is a racket”.

    This old coot lived through the Vietnam War and the dreaded draft. But at least with the draft casualties mattered to the elites. Eventually outrage over casualties soured our thirst for blood. But with today’s volunteer military casualties no longer include any loved ones of the elites. It is just us, the great unwashed. Say what you want about the peaceniks, but they were on the right side of the argument. Like the song says, ‘When will we ever learn?’

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