One of the most unique stories i ever heard was called the Christmas truce around Christmas in the year of 1914.
Men from both sides ventured into no man's land on Christmas Eve and Christmas Day to mingle and exchange food and souvenirs. There were joint burial
ceremonies and prisoner swaps, while several meetings ended in carol-singing. Men played games of football with one another, giving one of the most
memorable images of the truce.
The Christmas truces were particularly significant due to the number of men involved and the level of their participation—even in very peaceful
sectors, dozens of men openly congregating in daylight was remarkable—and are often seen as a symbolic moment of peace and humanity amidst one of
the most violent events of human history.
This must have scared the living hell out of the war pigs.
What if they refuse to fight?
What if they question why are we killing these people who we have never met?
What if the war pigs can't sell their weapons, to both sides?
More importantly, what if the centralizing of banks can't take place in the US?
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