You all know the story about the drunk searching for his car keys, right?
I was going to publish this comic later but changed my mind after the massacre of young children in Texas. This comic is a result of my frustration with America’s hypocrisy over the value of human lives. You can read more about Nick Turse below the comic.
We’ve recently seen a Russian soldier convicted of war crimes in Ukraine, but reading Turse’s book makes one wonder why American soldiers and officers weren’t charged with innumerable war crimes in Vietnam. Well, not really, but it does bring up again the hypocrisy of the way we value human lives.
Putin’s invasion of Ukraine seemed like an appropriate time to publish this comic.
The withdrawal from Afghanistan is tragic. For Afghanis, anyway. But will America learn?
The U.S. military has often been used to protect commercial interests rather than protect life.
It’s debatable whether the F-35 is a good plane. What’s not debatable is that it’s very expensive.
Could COVID-19 be part of a deliberate plan?
It’s important to have a strong military to make the world a safer place. But for who?
America hasn’t won a real war in 70 years. Why do we keep going to war?
You have to wonder about the thinking behind some of America’s military decisions.