Military Fiancée with a ‘I Love My Soldier’ Bumper Sticker Receives a Note from an Illumaniti-Troll Douchebag

I hate the troll douchebags who do things like this. Ellen Wilson, a military fiancée in Georgia, has an “I love my soldier” bumper sticker on the back of her car, announcing to the world how proud she is of her man’s military service. Noticing the sticker, some ungrateful punk left a note on her car’s windshield about how her fiancé is a “a pawn being used in the immoral game of wholesale murder.” Here’s a transcription since it’s pretty hard to read:

“So I noticed your ‘I love my soldier’ decal. I’m sure he is your ‘hero’ too right? I feel bad for you and how blind your must be to what is really going on in this country. First off he is not a hero. Your ‘man’ is a pawn being used in the immoral game of wholesale murder. If you’re aware of the real reasons America goes to war (corporate profits) and the role ‘soldiers’ play in making such immoral acts possible. The last thing you would label a soldier is a hero.”

“There is nothing heroic about blindly following immoral orders for an undeserved paycheck, especially when such orders involve the unnecessary murder of others!!! It’s people like you and your ‘soldier’ who are destructing our country, shame on you b****! You’re lucky I didn’t slash your damn tires!!”

What a troll. There is nothing more annoying than a d-bags like this who proclaim “OPEN YOUR EYESSS!!!!!” about delicate geo-political issues. It’s like they watched “Loose Change” while stoned and suddenly everything is a giant military industrial-complex conspiracy, when the fact of the matter is that the world is much, much more complicated than they think. Put down the pipe and go back to your 400-level liberal arts classes, troll.

Thankfully, those of us rationale human beings are grateful for her fiancé’s service.


[H/T: Elite]

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