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AMERICA'S NEXT WAR:Why Blacks Should Stay Out Of The Military?

Deric Muhammad speaks on his experience as a Marine. He also shares his opinion on the reason black people shouldn't go to war. Purchase Merchandise From Our...

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Comment by Universal Divine Being AUSET on May 19, 2017 at 9:47pm

Henry Kissinger

“Military men are just dumb, stupid animals to be used as pawns in foreign policy.”― Henry Kissinger

Comment by Wesley Bernard on May 19, 2017 at 6:51pm

Family, this is an issue we need to nail down permanently and completely. If you are insane, there is no reason on earth for our people to lay their lives on the line to defend a nation that refuses to defend us. What stake do we have in the innumerable wars being waged all over the world by this bloodthirsty nation?

Another question to ponder: We are told that we are sending our young men and women all over the world to fight for freedom and democracy, right? This sounds like a NOBLE and JUST cause, worthy of fighting to retain.

Why then do these same young men and women return to the USA and commit suicide at the rate of 20 per day?

Could it be that after they arrived on the battle ground, they discovered they had been deceived? However, now after intense training and brainwashing, they obey the orders of their superiors and kill innocent men, women and children?

After returning to the States, who do they talk with about these horrific events? Can they continue to live with themselves after these experiences?

Our Redeemer instructed his followers: He who lives by the sword will die by the sword. Might be a good idea to listen up and obey. Shalom family. 

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