I’ve been wanting to plug this book for some time now, and it’s far too hot still outside to do anything else. BUY the book, “Kill Anything That Moves” and read it, by author Nick Turse.
Probably the most explosive book on the war crimes in Vietnam committed by the US military ever written. A absolute monumental work detailing atrocities of unimaginable proportion. If you want the truth about the Vietnam conflict, this is the book to read. Should be required reading by EVERY American.
After reading this work, hiding in the jungle for 40 years starts to make sense. What America did in Vietnam and covered up is unimaginable.
I’m unable to read a lot at a time. The crimes depicted are unbelievable. The farther you read, the worse it gets. You have to put the book down and contemplate the utter horror that was inflicted.
Fast forward now to Iraq, Afghanistan, Syria, Yemen, Libya and countless other countries we are now bombing, occupying and you will finally gain some understanding of how utterly evil the U.S. military and military policy truly is.
It’s a hard, hard fact to accept, but you will eventually have to: This is what America “is”. Over many years and many conflicts, this is what this country and it’s military power has transformed into. At the highest echelons, killing anything and virtually everything is completely sanctioned. For. Any. Reason.
The American policy to used armed drones, advanced weaponry and endless bloodshed should not be overlooked. This is embedded in the long history of how we fight and what America is willing to “do”. The recent link to Declassified: Joint Chiefs Approve False Flag Attack on America is but one small example of what this country has become at the highest levels of “leadership”.
They’re taking us straight to hell.
Not a pretty picture.