Having served in the United States Navy myself (and received discharge
under honorable conditions to protest the pro-Christian hypocrisy in
the ranks, but making it clear that I am willing to serve should a war
arrive), I have experienced firsthand the anti-patriotic ignorance that
has corrupted our armed forces.
Eric Cordian claims that nation-states are "obselete," but I doubt he's
going to stop paying taxes or burn his Social Security card anytime
soon. Nation-states will be around as long as the human animal is
around. Nation-states require defense forces, and such forces demand
respect from the people they protect. Mr. Cordian is no fool, but his
scorning of our men and women in uniform -- who protect the freedoms he
so casually hides behind as he trashes them -- is reprehensible.
Dana Phillips, on the other hand, is actually somewhat supportive of
our military, at least ostensibly. His patriotism, however mild, is
very uncommon to see in a 'Liberal Democrat'. Dana errs, I think, when
he labels Eric a "troll" (someone who posts just to get an outrageous
reaction). Eric's views may seem extreme to Dana, but, like mine, they
are views honestly held (not said for shock value) and should be
treated as such.
The Pornonationalist Vanguard
"May total-promiscuity, sensuality and unfettered sexuality write the
real motto of feminism and hoist the banners of true Americanism."
If ever there could be a noble one, one noble as a frontline soldier,
it is she whose lust, and lust alone, sets us free.
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From: -PV- (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Subject: Thoughts on Dana, Eric and the Military
Newsgroups: alt.activism.children, alt.flame.jesus.christ, alt.war, alt.military