Ukrainian Special Forces will no longer spare Russian troops.
2S19 howitzers from the Western Military District's 138th Motorized Rifle BrigadeRUSSIAN DEFENSE MINISTRY PHOTO. Ukrainian Special Forces announced that it will no longer be capturing Russian artillerymen, in response to the "brutal shelling" of civilians it "will not spare troops" according to news.com.au. Ukrainian Special Forces also vowed to identify and assassinate all Russian artillerymen responsible for the indiscriminate attacks on civilians.Read full story
The Opinions Of A Disturbed American Veteran: Who I Am, And What I Believe
Thousands march in Kyiv to show unity against the Russian threat.Reuters. Hello, I am The Disturbed Philosopher. I am also a disabled Veteran as well. I arrived at this name while studying philosophy in college. I stumbled on a quote from Dutch philosopher, Baruch Spinoza. He stated that "I do not know how to teach philosophy, without becoming a disturber of the peace." I find this to be impressively true, at least for myself. I have always been amazed at how people react to my philosophies on everything, at Church, with family and friends, even when out and about, it never stops.Read full story
The Opinions Of A Disturbed American Veteran: Veterans, Ukraine's Dogs of War
As Veterans, our oath did not end when our obligation to the military ended, it will end only when they lay us in the ground. The situation unfolding in Ukraine is a textbook example of this. The famous quote, "Cry havoc, and let slip the dogs of war" from act 3 scene 1 of William Shakespeare's Julius Caesar, Is referring to Veterans. Veterans are the dogs of war, we have been there, done that, and most are willing to do it again.Read full story