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 CNSP Perspective on Allied Veterans

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September 05, 2017, 09:25:19 am
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Offline Leto Atreides II

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CNSP Perspective on Allied Veterans
« on: September 05, 2017, 09:25:19 am »
Most of the soldiers sent forth to fight from the Allied countries were also victims - innocent teenagers for the most part, sent to fight, kill, and die for reasons they didn't understand, against a nation that by all rights and sense they should have been allied with. The demons are the ones who turned those countries against Germany and sent the innocent youth mostly to their doom, while those who survived to become today's veterans feel the need to believe they were "fighting for freedom" because the truth is too painful to contemplate.

Those veterans who live today are watching helplessly as the countries they believed they were fighting for are now being given away to all sorts of immigrants and foreign cultures. Meanwhile, the race and culture which gave birth to most of those veterans is being driven into oblivion.

If veterans truly did "fight for our freedom", then why is Indigenous veteran Richard Blackwolf being ostracized and condemned for simply expressing his honest opinions?

When you say to me "the Allied forces fought for our freedoms" you are essentially saying to me "the Allied forces fought for nothing at all". Because it is an utter lie that we have freedom at all.