[From "Convicting Soldiers of “War Crimes” is Not a Valid Concept, And Anyone Convicted of That Should be Pardoned"]
“War crimes” is an absurd concept. It’s not a real thing. Soldiers should never be charged with crimes for doing what they think is necessary in the heat of battle.
If we do not want people to die in wars, we should not start wars. The wars are not started by soldiers, they are started by Jews.
Donald Trump’s decision to pardon four Blackwater contractors involved in the 2007 slaughter of Iraqi civilians was met with a tsunami of anger and resentment online from people calling it a travesty of justice.[…]
Bizarrely, it is the same Jews that start all these wars that then go out there and attack the soldiers. Normal white people – or normal people of any race, really – understand that soldiers are trained to kill, and punishing them for “killing people too hard” is idiotic. The people who make the decisions should be held responsible. We should NOT be Monday morning quarterbacking the battlefield.
George Bush and Dick Cheney should have been the ones convicted of crimes. The Jews should have been charged with espionage, promoting these hoax wars in the Middle East for the benefit of their home country. This whole situation was lunacy, and it simply furthers the lunacy to punish the soldiers, who are themselves victims of the Jews who sent them to fight these wars.
All of these people who went to these wars are really messed up now. It totally messed with their heads, to be in this kind of lunatic war, where you’re a world superpower engaged in combat with primitive cave people as part of an extended occupation.
Everyone was whining about this pardon.