Tuesday, August 11, 2015

"If The Government is Truly Serious About Helping Vets..."

Then it needs to show it by doing something tangible and beneficial, instead of tugging at American's heart strings by showing some little 5 yo girl at a baseball or football game that gets surprised by her Daddy coming home early from one of the endless 'Wars for Wall Street and Israel.'
Something more than having deluded Americans mumble, robot-like "Thank you for your service" anytime they might run into a vet.

Something like the following:

1. Get seriously involved in lowering the veterans suicide rate, which is at least 22 suicides a day. How many other attempt is basically unknown, but it has to be many more. Most of these are youngsters brainwashed by the Jew MSM into fighting for freedom and democracy, which is the Big Lie, since we send troops overseas to fight endless 'Wars for Wall Street and Israel.'
There's a lot more of those types involved than the Insane McCain types who get sexually aroused when bombing civilian targets or strafing women and children.

Funding would be easy, just cut some of the free money we lavish each year on the parasitical nation of Israel and use it to reform and beef-up the Veterans Administration so that it actually works and isn't a backwater where bureaucratic types go to spend a few years to increase their pension payout.

2. One day a month, say the first would be a day veterans could go shopping without paying any sales or excise taxes. This would mean more than robotically repeating some Madison Avenue line of BS. It would be easy to do, if they keep it simple.
Vets who wanted to participate would show their DD 214--Vets know what that is--to their local motor vehicle license office and they would update the license to include a 'VET' emblem.
At the store checkout lines, the vet would pay the taxes, but then show the receipt at the customer service desk to get a cash refund of the taxes paid.

3. Let vets hunt and fish in national and state properties without buying a tag. Simple, yet very beneficial for many vets who subsist on what they harvest in the woods or waters.

Of course, the best thing to do is to bring them home and stop fighting 'Wars for Wall Street and Israel,' but that's a pipe-dream since the Jews have taken over the US government and run it to their benefit.

These wars are illegal and immoral, especially since they are based on another Big Lie, that Muslims did 9/11, when 9/11 was a False Flag, masterminded by Israel with help from traitors in the WH, the Pentagon, the CIA, FBI and NSA.


Genie said...

good post, I agree.

MachtNichts said...

When those soldiers are coming home, disillusioned and some broken, hopefully having figured out they did not fight and kill to protect the homeland, they deserve our support to heal their scars and to start over.

On the other hand, a friend (Canadian)of my son signed up voluntarily for 'tours' of Afghanistan just to be able to drive a tank. When the bullets started flying (ping, ping, ping on the tank) he wasn't so happy anymore.

Where do you draw the line?

Greg Bacon said...

MN, I'd hate to be judged too harshly for something stupid I done when an ignorant 18 or 19 yo punk.

All of that brainwashing from school and the MSM and the corrupt government is enough to make anyone get stupid.

Lee said...

One stupid thing I did was drop of out of high school because I was going to be drafted and go to Viet Nam anyway. A good teacher talked me into finishing with the Continuation Program and night school. After graduation all the local junior colleges were already filled so guys could get a college deferment. So, to beat the draft, I signed up with friends with the Navy under their Buddy System. On the day of the swearing in, I changed my mind and didn't go.

I took a summer job working in a packing shed and waited for the call. I figured two years in the army (Viet Nam) was all I was going to serve instead of 7 and 10 years hitches. If I made it back alive, was the gamble.

Well, my draft lottery numbers didn't come up and I missed the draft by a hair.

A lot of guys didn't come back except in a metal casket. Some came back with all kinds of psychological problems and trauma.

I feel guilty about the draft and not putting in my time.
When I talk to Vets about my near draft story, I get their support because I chose to let it come and didn't take the easy way out, as they put it, by signing up for the other armed forces like the Navy, Air Force. Some even said I was playing Russian Roulette, which they admired. Go figure.

One friend I met was a Viet Nam vet. He said when he got home, everybody hated him as if he was the enemy. He told something I will never forget, which was" I felt safer THERE than here".

MachtNichts said...

Greg, I'm not judging anyone. You gotta do, what you gotta do. But my son's friend had finished Calgary Uni with a bachelor's degree in economics and then decided to go to war. Go figure the individual's fancies.

And, Lee, the so-called 'draft dodgers' always had my admiration. In Germany they had the option to do their time (18 months) in hospitals, senior's homes etc. Of course, they were looked down upon as pussies. But, I think they were the real peace makers.

One reason my hubby and I decided to emigrate to Canada beginning of the eighties was to save our oldest (now 40) from the draft. It was the time when the Russians were in Afghanistan and the war was coming too close.

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