Marine exposes Joe Dementia on down the line and things will never change until “We The People” awaken. SRS is hosting some amazing interviews with some solid individuals. Genecide Joe is on a mission along with the congress & senate to fulfill the writings on the Georgia Guidestones.
The United States withdrew the last of its troops from Afghanistan in August of 2021, signaling the end of a nearly 20 year conflict that cost 8 Trillion dollars and the lives of 900,000 people, including over 7,000 U.S. Service Members. The U.S. exit from Afghanistan resulted in the Taliban reestablishing armed control of the country and created a refugee crisis as over 1.5 Million Afghans fled.
The withdrawal has been widely considered a disaster and a gross display of incompetent leadership from the President down, echoing similar failures seen at Saigon nearly half a century earlier. SRS is honored to present the story and view point from one of the Marines on the ground in Kabul, just days before the last U.S. Embassy fell.
Listen carefully to Tyler Vargas-Andrews discuss his personal journey. On August 26th, Vargas-Andrews was gravely wounded by a suicide bombing at the gates of Kabul’s Airport, ultimately losing two limbs as a result of his injuries. This premeditated attack killed 60 Afghans and 13 U.S. Service Members.
Remember, “War Is A Racket”, a well written & excellent read, by Major General Smedley Butler, the Maverick Marine. (July 30, 1881 – June 21, 1940)
Major General Smedley Darlington Butler, nicknamed the Maverick Marine, was a senior United States Marine Corps officer. During his 34-year career, he fought in the Philippine–American War, the Boxer Rebellion, the Mexican Revolution, and World War I.