World War Thee. Yes, or NO?

Most civilians in America today know nothing of war. When college students are asked about George Washington, and they answer that he served in the Civil War; we know they’re merely useful idiots. I have an idea that they might not volunteer for military service if America was drawn into a war. Just thinking….

I lived through WW-II. My only brother died in that war. My father served in France during WW-I. He never talked about it. I graduated from high school as the Korean “Police Action” (war) was warming up.

War is hell, no question about it. Military forces are trained to kill people, blow up everything substantial and burn the rest. And now, all of sudden, a corrupt and illegitimate regime in DC has made it a crime for Americans to even mention that it might not be a super good move to go to war with Russia in WW-III. America has been fortunate in a way that the wars we have been in did not occur on the mainland. The closest we have come to that is when Saudi Arabians (our allies?) flew airliners into the World Trade Center and killed 3,000 citizens.

How would you like it if the whole city of New York was decimated by an atom bomb? Oh sure, we have some bombs too. We could destroy Moscow. In fact, this alternating destruction could go on until the whole world as we know it today is destroyed.

Is it a good plan for us to push Russia to the point that some Russian military official, intentionally or not, pushes the button to send that first bomb toward the USA?

Personally, I don’t think so. And our congressional politicians should use their 3 day work week (they are in session Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday, unless they are on one of their endless recesses) might spend that time better by closing our southern border, impeaching Joey Bag o’ Donuts Biden and ending this communist regime that has taken over America. As long as the Bill of Rights lasts (and that may not be long) I will continue to preach that we should opt OUT of World War Three. What do you think?

About johnbeckmanbooks

John Beckman, a retired meteorologist, was known as “Johnny the Weatherman” in a career that spanned forty years. He forecasted the weather on WSJS-TV in Winston-Salem, NC, at WFGA-TV in Jacksonville, FL, and for thirty-three years in Atlanta at WSB-TV and WXIA-TV. Also a well published author Beckman now devotes full time to writing fiction. He currently has several eBooks on, "Tropical Knights," first in a series of adventure/mysteries about a sailor and his lovely CIA cohort on a mission to save America. Now available the sequel, and second in the series: "Tropical Daze." The third Jack & Amy adventure is "Tropical Rage" which became available on 30 April 2014. All of his books are highlighted on and available from . .
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