‘As a kid, I was taught that the United States of America went to war in Vietnam to stop the proliferation of communism. The US government's rhetoric, repeated to me by my father, was that if we didn't stop the communists in Vietnam, then they would take over the world. So, we trained our young men to hate and kill communists.
We lost the Vietnam War.
But the communists did not take over the world.
Today, Americans are making assloads of money exporting manufactured goods from Communist Vietnam.
Why did Americans fight and die in Vietnam?
I was told that The United States of America went to war in Afghanistan, now the longest war in American history, because the Afghanis were harboring a Saudi Arabian, Osama Bin Ladin, who was, allegedly, the masterminded behind the 15 other Saudi Arabians, 2 United Arab Emirates citizens, 1 Egyptian, and 1 Lebanese that allegedly perpetrated 9-11. The US government's rhetoric was that if we didn't hunt down and kill Osama Bin Laden in Afghanistan, then the Muslims would plan and execute other terrorist attacks on the USA. So, we trained our young men to hate and kill Muslims….
Today, Americans are making assloads of money exporting opium from Afghanistan and exporting death to the world.
Why are Americans fighting and dying in Afghanistan?’
The Americans are not only happily trading with Vietnam but also Russia and China. And China is lending hundreds of billions of dollars to the Americans to spend on weapons manufacturing and war games targeting at China and Russia and trying to provoke a war with China and Russia.
The Americans are propagating hate against China and Russia and one day the same question would be asked, ‘Why are Americans fighting and dying fighting China and Russia?’ But that is alright as they are Americans and they started the wars for world hegemony. The other big question would be, ‘Why are Asians/Europeans and especially the daft South East Asians fighting and dying, fighting China and Russia?’
This hedgeless horseman added this, ‘If you are a veteran or active duty US military (or daft Asians, this part I added), I invite you to skip to items 15-18 on my Revolutionary Call to Arms.
15. Research your two senators and one congressman at https://www.opensecrets.org/ Make a list of their 10 biggest donors, and send the list to your "representative" in an email or letter.
16. Read War is a Racket, by Major General Smedley D. Butler.
17. Read On Killing: The Psychological Cost of Learning to Kill in War and Society, by Lt. Col. Dave Grossman.
18. Watch the online video of the TED Talk, A radical experiment in empathy, by Sam Richards.