Comment: it's not as black and white as it appears--

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it's not as black and white as it appears--

many of these people are desperate for employment, so they join the military; the military used to be a 'secure' place to work, financially--

though low paying, the benefits were there.

Nobody knows the history of a family; some people who are military did it when family members lost farms in the depression--

etc.

Others have stringently stayed out of the military, because they lost loved ones during a 'world' war--

it's a gamble--

but to say that it is the fault of those who go into the military isn't being fair. How many 'jobs' in America today aren't tainted by the globalist bankers? Not many--

I, personally, am not in the military; nor have I ever been; only one person in my family was in the military (father, WWII)--and his experience made the rest of us determined not to be involved.

Some of us are anti-war; some of us are not. I couldn't be involved in the military with the beliefs I have, but I realize that not everyone has my beliefs--

it's hard to be awake; it's easier to dream--

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