Theodore Herzl- "When we sink, we become a revolutionary proletariat,
but when we rise, there rises also our terrible power of the purse."
Divide and conquer. Illuminati bankers started the Vietnam war and then funded the antiwar movement to brainwash an entire generation to hate their own country.
by Gregory M. Zeigler, Ph.D.,
former Captain, US Army, Military Intelligence.
Princeton Class of 1969.
This video, "I lost all my friends to the culture war," brings back a very bitter memory for me. In my senior year at Princeton in 1969, on a Sunday evening, the SDS stuck fliers under the doors of our dormitory to the effect that a Marine recruiter was coming to campus, to Whig or Clio Hall. The flier said that he was to be attacked and carried off campus.
I was not enamored of the Vietnam War, and was in no hurry to sign up. But in my opinion, the uniform of our armed forces is sacred, like our flag. Together with a bunch of jocks, we agreed to show up with jackets and ties, to look respectable, as we anticipated media presence.
I was the spokesman. I talked to the Marine recruiter when he arrived. He was ramrod straight, his uniform impeccable. I told him what was going on and that we were there to guard him. He replied that he was a master of martial arts and could handle whatever was thrown at him. I responded that that was not the point. No hand was to be laid on him. By my estimate, we had about twenty jocks on our team. A group of possibly one hundred SDS folks showed up, looking like something out of an Al Capp caricature. I was the first one to make contact, merely twisting an arm behind a back.
The news camera flashbulbs exploded. The fight was on. Jocks versus protesters. I do not need to tell you the outcome. Not one hand was laid on the Marine recruiter, though the fight spread over campus, from the debating society buildings to the Woodrow Wilson School (the Yamasaki Bicycle Rack as it was lovingly known).
(Judas' goat, John Kerry as Vietnam protester)
Being a philosophy major, I lost all my nominal friends on that one day. I was sad to see their faces in the grimacing mob. But I felt that I had no choice. No one is going to show disrespect for our flag or the uniform of our armed forces, be they in the right or in the wrong.