[Video] Gun Store Owner to Veterans – “You Are Not Heroes”

We think Michael Schuette makes a valid argument.

We’re reticent to call our military recruit boot camps entirely brainwashing centers. But, indeed they do give you the one mindset: “You will learn methods how to defend your country by the best instructors in the world.” Maybe so, but it’s the “…defending the country” part that is the big lie. 17-year-old youngsters have no grasp of what brand “defending” is designed for them. From every experience excepting for the American Civil War all the lives of our servicemen have been lost on foreign soils.

We know y’all mean well and believe you served honorably; the truth of to whom you were really serving will come with your own remedies of logic and becoming informed.

We’re 71 now, and it’s taken over thirty years to realize I was defrauded and put my own life at risk for the corporations and their political servants. My family was never in danger, even as far back as the Spanish American War.

As having sworn an oath to our Constitution, please get up to speed and figure out for yourself what that means. Your country still depends on you.

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By Reagan Wilson on November 15, 2014

A gun store owner in Alabama is facing national criticism after he posted a controversial Veteran’s Day message online.

Watch here: According to ABC3340:
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“For my yearly Veterans Day speech, to all veterans, you are not heroes. You got paid to learn how to fight and kill for profit. You served your leader. You followed the rules and made it out of whatever country you terrorized alive,” said Michael Schuette.

As people all over honored veterans, Schuette was telling Facebook users veterans got a check and a holiday. He also said veterans never fought for his freedoms.

“I did not mean for it to get out. My anger was misplaced. I am angry at the machine that sends out children to war senselessly,” added Schuette.

Schuette has received thousands of emails and messages since his comments went public.

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