I completely agree here. It was even been said by Homeland Security that one of the greatest dangers in this country for them are old veterans as they say here:
Click Here --- Most notable is the report's focus on the impact of returning war veterans."Returning veterans possess combat skills and experience that are attractive to right-wing extremists," it says. "DHS/I&A is concerned that right-wing extremists will attempt to recruit and radicalize veterans in order to boost their violent capacities."
These vets have seen some horrible things and the government knows that they are a threat. At this moment, I believe they understand that for the most part, the people have been so domesticated and helpless that most would not fight back. People are afraid to fight back or even stand up for their rights as a HUMAN BEING on this planet and it's really sad. They understand that even with the vets fighting back alongside the true warrior patriots of this country; they still would have the majority over us.
However, a war is not always won by force alone but by strategy and tactics.
Knowing what this guy has gone through, if he knew that the Gulf of Tonkin(which got us into the war in Vietnam) was a staged event and never happened.....he's be REALLY PISSED off at the government and what they did to him and his friends:
Click Here --- The LBJ Presidential tapes, declassified and released in 2001, prove that LBJ knew the Tonkin incident never happened. After dressing down his Defence Secretary Robert McNamara for misleading him, Johnson then discussed how to politically spin the non-event and escalate it as justification for air strikes.
“You just came in a few weeks ago and said they’re launching an attack on us – they’re firing at us,” Johnson tells McNamara in one conversation, “and we got through with the firing and concluded maybe they hadn’t fired at all.”
The NSA also deliberately faked intelligence data to make it appear as if two US ships had been lost in the “attack”.
Johnson used the 1964 false flag event to expand dramatically the scale of the Vietnam War by ushering in the Gulf of Tonkin Resolution, as well as to rope in much needed domestic support with the Congress and public