posted on Jul, 4 2007 @ 02:35 PM
Why believe the "official stories" ?
Look at what they give.
Then think. Correlate. Find the pieces
of the puzzle.
There is more out there than the "official"
There are resources at our disposal, that
noone seems to use.
Who here has parents or relatives that have
served in the military ?
Who here has asked these people about
what might be going on ?
Yes, Oaths are strong, but as people age,
the oaths become more an excuse.
Look beyond the internet. Look beyond the
books and lectures.
Look into your own homes, and your parents
or grand-parents homes.
Talk to them. LISTEN to them. Pull out the
slides Dad has from his tour on a ship, and
LOOK at them.
People, I believe the answer isn't on the
I believe it's in the pieces we can gather by
talking to those that lived in the era of growth.
Please, don't let the best available sources
slip through our fingers due to ignorance.
Sure, Dad played ball with us, he was a mean
griller and the hot-dogs were awesome.
But, for a lot of us, Dad was military.
Dad saw and heard things that were incredible.
Now, Dad is older. He loves his children.
Maybe his children have questions.
Maybe, just maybe, Dad might answer.
Food for thought, on this Fourth of July.