A Clear and Present Danger to the Republic

The Soulful Veteran's Blog

As a U.S. Marine, I came back from the Vietnam War in 1966, and PTSD followed me home like an evil, second shadow, and that PTSD conspired to wreck my life and drove me close to suicide a number of times. There was no support for combat vets with PTSD until the 1980s. Before then, we were mostly alone.

In the last decade the mental health support from the VA has helped me to manage my PTSD instead of letting it dominate me, but last week I heard from a reliable anonymous source within the VA that a transition team from the Trump administration has already visited the VA and told the top leadership they were planning to privatize the VA.

From what I heard it wasn’t “if”; it was “when” and “soon”.

A former old friend, we’ve known each other for about 60 years since we were children, already…

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  1. Vladimir Putin & Donald Trump
    Vladimir Lenin & Federic & Marx .
    Fidel Castro Died & Trump Resurrection

    ” The only way to kill the fredoom is poised the education ”

    ideological differences between Public educations or Academic’s is the way the totalitarian government has named Secrtets Schools . Chaters scholls became secret until they stolen the money and Publics schools will not surrender !
    Cubans Academy and American Chaters

    One of the 20th century’s most prominent Marxist academics; the Australian archaeologist V. Gordon Childe
    Marxism has been adopted by a large number of academics and other scholars working in various disciplines.

    The theoretical development of Marxist archaeology was first developed in the Soviet Union in 1929, when a young archaeologist named Vladislav I. Ravdonikas (1894–1976) published a report entitled “For a Soviet history of material culture”. Within this work, the very discipline of archaeology as it then stood was criticised as being inherently bourgeoisie and therefore anti-socialist, and so, as a part of the academic reforms instituted in the Soviet Union under the administration of Premier Joseph Stalin, a great emphasis was placed on the adoption of Marxist archaeology throughout the country.[37] These theoretical developments were subsequently adopted by archaeologists working in capitalist states outside of the Leninist bloc, most notably by the Australian academic V. Gordon Childe (1892–1957), who used Marxist theory in his understandings of the development of human society.[38]

    Etymology

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