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From Lew Rockwell: “Sins of The Fathers”

I just read this very moving article posted on Lew Rockwell.com. It’s written by a Vietnam vet who has a son that has served in Iraq, about the price we are paying as a people engaging in unnecessary wars.

“For decades now we have chosen to worship the state rather than ensure our freedom and liberty. The price we have chosen to pay is the lives of our children and grandchildren, sacrificed on the altar of empire and the bottom line of the military industrial congressional complex.”

“It is time to stop the madness.”

Read full article. . .

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2 Responses

  1. Wow, what a good article. There’s been a lot of debate over the similarities between Vietnam and Iraq and I think one thing in common that can’t be debated are the soldiers need to get out what is really going on. I just saw this documentary Sir! No Sir! which is about the G.I. movement during Vietnam and how they made underground newspapers about what was really going on. It reminded me of the soldiers in Iraq blogging about their experiences. We can always depend on the human desire to speak freely. Here’s their website, it was pretty interesting.

    http://www.sirnosir.com

  2. The documentary looks interesting, thanks Ralph.

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