THE OPERATORS MICHAEL HASTINGS EBOOK

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For enquiries regarding the delivery of your order, contact Star Track Customer Service on 13 23 45 - and quote the above consignment number. And so I believed with eroding conviction as we plodded through ten years of escalation, rife with lies and burgeoning evidence of atrocities.

Civilians dying in record numbers, women still being killed and mutilated by cruel men, misguided by culture and religion.

Marines video taping themselves pissing on the dead, others forming kill teams and targeting civilians, succumbing to the malaise and cruelty we were supposedly there to eliminate.

Pat Tillman's death and the subsequent cover up.

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The over all lie that we've been making progress when in truth we've been propping up a corrupt government. Another Vietnam like experience I studied the Vietnam war at length and have some familiarity with the many failures there. I wasn't incredibly surprised by Michael Hastings revelations about McChrystal and his team.

I served under him briefly in the eighties, and have a vague memory of him as a higher ranking officer while I was a Private.

Im familiar with the behavior and attitudes that permeate macho culture under the covers, out of sight of the public. Imagine the high school football team able to exist in a perpetual locker room. I don't think that their actions and comments were even that shocking by themselves, but joined with events reported out of Afghanistan and Iraq in the last ten years, it points to an absence of mature leadership that i've come to believe is rampant throughout the military.

The reason that a lower ranking soldiers gets it in their heads that it is somehow alright to disrespect other human beings with labels like "haji" or "gook", or torture them, is because the example of superiority and disrespect is enforced more strongly than that of respect and honorable behavior. The concept that its okay to lie as long as you're not caught is an example thats being set at the highest levels of civilian and military leadership. In the military, and particularly in elite units, the question asked of a prospective member is: "Do you have the intestinal fortitude to be here?

Are you prepared for a violent, complex, and perhaps ambiguous mission? This is given lip service in the press with cultural interaction training given public attention, but once the soldiers get into the field and the hard realities of combat become pervasive, this sort of action loses priority.

And leadership allows it to be so. For more evidence of this read Sebastion Jungers Restrepo. There are countless other books available on the Afghanistan war, which along With Hastings book have led me to the disheartening conclusion that we have no business telling anyone how to conduct themselves or how to construct their society.Marines video taping themselves pissing on the dead, others forming kill teams and targeting civilians, succumbing to the malaise and cruelty we were supposedly there to eliminate.

I served under him briefly in the eighties, and have a vague memory of him as a higher ranking officer while I was a Private. This is what really happens when love, youth, and innocence descend into the abyss of death and devastation that is Iraq.

There are countless other books available on the Afghanistan war, which along With Hastings book have led me to the disheartening conclusion that we have no business telling anyone how to conduct themselves or how to construct their society. At a. I believed, that for the purpose of women to be able to get out from under the persecution and violence of an archaic culture, for children girls to be able to go to school, and for a populace to eventually live in a peaceful environment, that US presence in Afghanistan was just and necessary.

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