I’m a vet, do ya’ want to thank me?

Really? Then put forth the effort to understand this or shut up.

We can’t all be heroes because somebody has to sit on the curb and clap as they go by.
– Will Rogers (1879-1935)

A few years back a guy saw me wearing my POW/MIA cap. “Thank you for your service,” he said without even asking me if I was actually a vet. I have a V.A. card to prove it but that’s beside the point. No one has to be a vet to be aware of the issues we all face or wear one of those caps.

The United States government intentionally left hundreds of POWs behind in Vietnam. Look it up. But that’s the tip of the iceberg.

That wasn’t my war, or ‘police action’ as our undeclared wars go nowadays. Mine was almost a picnic compared to what many have to endure. As far as I know the only thing I almost died of was boredom. That doesn’t make me a hero.

We’ll skip the discussion of ‘If we had the government we’re supposed to have here what percentage of the population would still sign up to serve and take a chance on their lives, and mental and physical future health.’

But we don’t have the government we’re supposed to have here, haven’t for a very long time. If they’re stealing ‘their’ money out of your paycheck before it even reaches your hands you’re a slave, no other word for it.

If you have to fill out a form or pass a test or ask permission to buy and carry a tool to exercise the most basic right we possess, to defend ourselves from criminals in government or on the street then they consider you to be a lesser being, a slave. Those who argue otherwise are liars and don’t belong here and should be escorted to the shore or the border and given a friendly warning: “Don’t come back upon pain of death.” ‘Gun control’ isn’t a disagreement, it’s an act of war.

People with a criminal mindset love to tell us we don’t have a right to fight back. Criminals in government most especially love to tell us we don’t have a right to fight back. We’ve had the internet for 20 years now. There are no excuses for not understanding these simple tenets.

The list of infringements on our natural born Liberty are legion and growing daily by exponential proportions. Our police forces are being militarized to wage war on the civilian population. SWAT teams engaged in one ‘war’ or another regularly murder and maim people and kill their pets or their grandparents, often because they were at the wrong address and usually suffer little to no consequences.

Our biggest enemies, the enemies of Human Liberty are right here. They’re not hiding in a cave on the other side of the world. They have white skin and were probably born here. Nearly everything they say is the opposite of what they mean. They have been patiently chipping away at the Bill of Rights, the thing that truly makes this country exceptional, for over 100 years, really since the beginning of the republic when the Anti-Federalists insisted on a counter to the possibility of an over-bearing Federal government.

Don’t allow your blood domestic enemies to hide behind cute names. Call them what they are, communists, authoritarians, fascists if it really fits. Our domestic blood enemies want us to fear them. Refuse to participate. And tell them you demand Liberty, not democracy which is just another form of manipulation.

Don’t think you can just listen to a few radio ads, read a headline or two then vote and act as if you’ve done something. That’s only the middle of the process which involves ignoring what candidates say and focusing on what they actually do. That little sticky flag on your car doesn’t cut it. The flag in your yard doesn’t cut it. It’s time to wake up and grow up now because nobody’s gonna get beamed up.

And don’t go running to your preachers and your teachers and the whores on the weaponvision. They’re paid to lie to you. Their job is to keep the general population pacified and stupid and to keep the slaves working. Want to be patriotic? Real patriots refuse to be stupid or to be treated as children who are to be lorded over and protected.

If you want to thank me for my service, then thank me for my service to the patriot and militia movements, as inadequate as it has been. That took far more courage than a few weeks at Parris Island. Then actively engage your minds and work to restore the Bill of Rights and work to expand Human Liberty.

As Rogers said we can’t all be heroes. Wars aren’t won by heroes. Wars are won by common people who were once sheeple who accept the responsibility of learning and doing what will be required if we can save this country, if it can be saved. Get ready to do what is required and what will be required.




9 thoughts on “I’m a vet, do ya’ want to thank me?

  1. Spirit

    Hell yes, as one Vet to another: Thank You!

    So many other vets were there to cover my ‘6’ that I got home alive.

  2. xenonman

    You, as a vet, are far more worthy of our thanks and appreciation than are those cowards of the CIA who seem to get all the glory while cowering behind their “diplomatic immunity”.

  3. Thomas Schuckman

    Your words have the ri8ng of truth and logic. I am now following your blog. —I am a Disabled Vietnam Veteran: 68-70, Army helicopter door gunner, and retired from Chrysler, in Kenosha, WI. Do you know of any good, reliable Militias in the U.P. near Iron Mtn., MI ?

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