Veterans And Peace Activists Seek To Find Common Ground

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  • Published on:  Sunday, December 10, 2017
  • War veterans and peace activists came together to see if they could understand one another. Despite differences of opinion, we all have more in common than we think. SUBSCRIBE for more! 👉http://bit.ly/SUBSCRIBEjubilee 👈🙏Sharing is caring! 🙏You would help Jubilee SO MUCH by sharing this video with friends. To everyone who shares our videos with the world, we appreciate you more than you know. Thank you to all our amazing subscribers!| ABOUT |Jubilee exists to bridge people together and inspire love through compelling stories. We create shareable human-centric videos that create connection, challenge assumptions, and touch the soul.Ultimately, we aim to inspire people to LIVE GREATER.| SOCIAL |Jubilee Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/jubileemediaJubilee Twitter: https://www.twitter.com/jubileemediaJubilee Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/jubileemediaJubilee website: https://www.jubileemedia.comJubilee MERCH: https://www.jubileegear.comIf you'd like to be in future Middle Ground episodes, fill out this form: https://bit.ly/MIDDLEGROUNDHelp us caption & translate this video!https://amara.org/v/dNJl/
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  • Timothyprice

     10 months ago

    Who else thought that old heavy set man was gonna be a Korean War vet or Vietnam vet? That’s another point, they should’ve tried to bring in multiple theaters like WWII, Vietnam, Korea etc.

  • Gavin Chandler

     4 days ago

    Barock Johnson yeah around that age, my great grandpa was in Korean War and is turning 90 this week

  • thats crazy you ever done DMT?

     6 days ago

    Tehya Lmao my great grandfather just passed at 94 two months ago

  • Edward Valentino

     9 months ago

    I am a veteran. I was a medic. You can go to war and not kill. I'm non combat, however I chose my field so I can " support and defend" and not kill and mame

  • Doobie Kyo village

     25 days ago

    @armando Esqueda III so you was a pussy medic

  • TenTonNuke

     10 months ago

    To be honest, you don't need to be brainwashed or desensitized in order to kill someone. A lot of soldiers sent to a war zone for the first time aren't ready to kill and secretly don't think they can kill. But as soon as you hear bullets whizzing past your ear or someone detonates 100 pounds of explosives next to your vehicle, the decision is made for you. It's instinctual to defend yourself. Basically, the military puts trained men in a dangerous situation, knowing that they will have to defend themse...

  • A _FlockOfTurtles

     4 days ago

    @Tom bennett im currently in the military they do teach us like when it came to shooting they want us to think of the enemy as like a target so we are kinda told to think of them like a target rather than a human

  • Assasin Potato

     7 months ago

    why doesn't jubilee make a page where people can keep talking about these topics? It seems like the next logical step into making this something bigger.

  • Alex Barčovský

     7 days ago

    Because at the end of the day they are leftists and they wont have "racist, homophobic, etc." guests on. But surprise me...

  • Ugh I forgot my name

     8 days ago

    I love how the non war people are like yea just talk like normal humans do they not understand that’s why n Koran and the us hate each other it’s proven to not work and the same with isis

  • gr8rsk8rh8r68r

     5 months ago

    this middle ground was actually really hopeful and sweet. i wish everyone was this understanding and rational

  • jam34786

     1 years ago

    You can be a veteran and a peace activist. I'd wager a lot of them are. "Better to be a warrior in a garden than a gardener in a war."

  • PK Lo

     17 days ago

    Really it should be "I'd rather be Holy than Unholy. Because then we wouldn't be getting what we have now. Murder, Rape, Pedophiles, Thiefs, and so on."

  • Jonny B Goode

     18 days ago

    @jackelracer593 wasnt his quote..

  • Vooligan

     3 months ago

    Suggestion of improvement: at the end of your videos could you please have them talk about what they have learnt from each other during their conversation? We always see both sides but ironically never actually see the participants reach a "middle ground" and getting to hear what they think would greatly improve these videos.Besides that, enjoyable as always, thank you for the content.

  • Audrey Didier

     7 days ago

    +

  • Hayden Almond

     17 days ago

    They did in the LGBT one I think

  • smnr

     3 months ago

    Here's a statement they could ask:Military is for defense, not offense.

  • 5tr4nGe

     12 days ago

    Military SHOULD be for defence, sadly it's currently used for offence.

  • y33tboy

     9 months ago

    “If they don’t follow our culture then violence is what will change that.”Yikes. There are other ways to deal with differences. For example, the whole point of this video. Find a middle ground

  • Marquita Belgrove

     6 days ago

    @Ella B exactly to say you can use violence to remove something from practice is akin to a parent saying they'll beat their children till their behaviour changes. It is a cruel way to think & an ineffective means of going about creating change. Instead you meet people on their playimg field, understand their reality & then devise a way to educate them that will get across to them on how dangerous what they are doing is. It's not an easy way but it's the right way while violence is the wrong &...

  • 11Broomstick

     7 days ago

    Good luck doing that with a guy who is trying to cut your head off with machete. Some people can be reasoned with and we should use diplomacy as many times as possible before war, but sometimes there is no common ground to find and war is the only way.

  • Jerry Rodriguez

     7 months ago

    Brainwashing and Training are 2 different things. You're trained to put emotions and bias aside. That's not brainwashing.

  • Fabien Bordes

     1 months ago

    I believe you have to put your emotions aside if you fight. This is necessary. But the army don't train you only for that. They ask you to follow order. No question ask, you have to trust your superior. I can understand the utility of this way to think, mostly for teamwork. But if you are to much push on that side, you follow bad order. History learn that to us. Milgram experience show us what we can people do, that scary. The army put the exact same situation in a way.