I wouldn't want my son to join the military right now for anything in the world, and I say this as a Marine that is proud of his service under
President Reagan. I mention that specifically, because every combat action since his term, and my service, has been to advance a Globalist agenda and
not to protect our country. It really pisses me off to see my brothers coming home in body bags because some Ahole wanted to raise the price of gas
(or get juicy government contracts for his company, *cough cough Cheney *cough Halliburton.)
In fact, I can't think of a single member of the military who is "pro-war." I was never in combat myself, but I've heard the stories from those
who were, and it's true: War is Hell. Douglas MacArthur once famously said that all warriors pray above all else for peace.
Since you were accepted into the service, I can only assume that you are a man responsible for his own decisions. When you take the Oath of Enlistment
(if you haven't already) pay particular attention to it. You are not swearing loyalty to a President, you are swearing it to the Constitution. You
swear that you will defend it from ALL enemies, foreign and domestic. That oath, and the Uniform Code of Military Justice, requires that you refuse
any order that you know to be unlawful; but here's where you need to be careful. If you refuse an order, you could be charged with mutiny. Mutiny
during wartime is an offense punishable by death. So if you choose to stand up and say "No," you had better be prepared to hang your life on the
You should check out Oath Keepers.
My friend, I said I would not want my son to join the military right now. I would have given you the same advice had I known; but it is too late now.
As long as you serve with Honor, you will have nothing to be ashamed of, and no man will ever be able to criticize you for it. Serve your country with
Honor, and we will be proud to welcome you into our Brotherhood.