reply to post by Redneck from Hell
where did I say it was accident? It isn't accident, THAT's the problem.
You're aiming at a guy who doesn't deserve to be killed (EVEN if he does, this comes to your mind) and you question yourself if you're doing the
this happens after you realize that you're being manipulated. But if you do not obbey, your life will become fubar.
So you get into a dilema, that most soldiers can't find a way out. Most keep doing what they are ordered untill end duty, and then things happen like
the did with this guy. they cry, scream and ask everyone around them to PLEASE forgive their mistakes.
There are cases, and cases. Some people are just murderers and must be treated as such. But I already realized that people simply generalize and put
stickers on people.
"A soldier is a baby killer".
And YES, SOME ARE. Some are monsters. I was in court for not going throw with an order. But I was lucky, I had good people on my side, the truth was
with me, and it was a wrong order.
But I have a good rank, I have experience and I was in a elite unit. Does an average army soldier have that? NO! If they raise their voices, they are
And don't be mistaken about orders and how the military works. This things are sad and bring pain, but this only happens because it's an unfair and
You're here, on this website, giving YOUR FREE opinion, because someone in the past was following the order "Attack!".
The scenario changed, and now you (US) have a governament that is filthy and immoral.
But again, don't put everyone on the same bag.