My day at the park (educating Marine recruits)Submitted by happygirlapps on Sun, 09/08/2013 - 20:56
I took my daughter to a local park yesterday, and there were a bunch of high-school guys (and 1 girl), and four Marines in full garb, putting them through drills, everyone shouting Sir, Yes Sir etc.
When they had completed their drills, I thought up an excuse to talk to them...I went over and asked what the group was, and the lead Marine said it was new recruits from high-school. I told him my wife's son was interested in the military and may be interested in joining their group (except I didn't tell them he actually wants to be a Navy Seal). Also, I kind of look like I could be or was in the military too, as I am in great shape, shaved head (people have told me they think I'm in the military)... so that may have helped break the ice.
I then politely said I appreciate what they do, and that they probably joined to make the world a better place. I had everyone's attention, so I proceeded to lay out that in order to fight evil you first have to be able to identify evil... I then rattled off some facts about the Fed, and central banks, and the Rothschilds, and why Lincoln and Kennedy were really assassinated, and how Andrew Jackson was almost too, trying to get rid of the central bank.... and many more things, like the Petro dollar, big money controlling drugs and oil pipelines in Afghanistan; said it pretty quickly and concisely, that I surprised myself. I then suggested that they commit to memory and try and watch "All Wars Are Bankers Wars" by Michael Rivero... I then said a few more things, and then told them not to take my word for it, but please research it themselves. I thanked them for their time, and went back to the playground. They all seemed very appreciative and I didn't hear any more shouting what-so-ever after that, they just all stood around talking quietly.. so I hope I did some good... it sure felt good to try and share some knowledge on something other than a computer.
I had my Ron Paul baseball hat on too.