Veterans And Peace Activists Seek To Find Common Ground

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  • Published on:  Sunday, December 10, 2017
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  • Timothyprice

     (Aug 17, 2018)

    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.

  • Lolo Klock

     (4 days ago)

    Me too! This shows me how much we judge before we even heard them speak a word

  • Dustin Hicks

     (6 days ago)

    Meeeee too

  • zena stefanos

     (Sep 3, 2018)

    that guy who said the U.S went in to WWII to protect the Jews is misinformed. We joined WWII because Japan bombed us at Pearl Harbor, we didn't go into to aid Jewish victims. In fact, we rejected a lot of Jewish refugees trying to flee the Nazis regime, including 20,000 children.

  • Eleventh

     (16 minutes ago)

    But if US didn't join the war maybe country is now controlled by Japanese..

  • Edward Valentino

     (Sep 6, 2018)

    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

  • Fatguy Jow

     (10 hours ago)

    Youre a looser ur not veteran american veterans are the biggest pussy i know u must to come to albania where veterans faught with no weapon etventig serbis had mor weapons

  • whanowa

     (Aug 8, 2018)

    This series does what happens way too little these days: Face to face discussions. Many of the verbal conflicts between groups of people escalate because the internet is unpersonal and portraying extreme positions as more prevalent than they are in reality.

  • Sp1x

     (4 days ago)


  • Assasin Potato

     (Oct 25, 2018)

    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.

  • Vooligan

     (5 days ago)

    I can't help but disagree with this idea, though it is good to have conversations in person to see other points of view, the Internet is an ugly place and an outlet where people can have these debates doesn't create any reasonable discussion, though it would be nice if there was some form of event/convention that they held with limited admittance where reasonable people can learn from others in conversation and presentation form.


     (6 days ago)

    +Bridget Ogunsola But where they do it affects how negative they are. In a room where everyone is face to face is much more civil compared to an anonymous comment section where at any moment some troll will seize the opportunity to burn any bridge being built and get off from the fact that they know no one can do anything about it.

  • TenTonNuke

     (Aug 22, 2018)

    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...

  • Malik Toure

     (3 days ago)

    Or the instinct isn't to shoot but to run, not everyone has the fight mechanism

  • y33tboy

     (Aug 29, 2018)

    “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

  • Julian Antuna

     (1 day ago)

    +Nathan Verster it's their culture. If they want it out they can do it themseves. Much like the US gets to handle it's own problems, French revolution era handled it themselves... why are we butting in? It just gives that country a common enemy to attack.

  • cenexes 12

     (Mar 8, 2019)

    +Jose Chavez And lopping of part of an infants dick isn't ? And that is only practiced Illegally might I add in a few African countries where as America and most of the western world has made it legal to mutilate infant boys by chopping of the most sensitive part of the penis "the foreskin" . that part of the penis is a big bundle of nerves and If GOD"ALLAH" did not want us to have that chances are he would not have made us have it.

  • Marina Gomide

     (Nov 29, 2018)

    “If they don’t follow our culture then violence is what will change that.”Thought that lead Europeans to massacre Natives and Americans to enslave Africans...

  • Karla Jácome

     (4 hours ago)

    And don't forget the latin americans :/


     (Mar 8, 2019)

    +Rude Girl Not her comment the guy who said that quote in the video...

  • Winterfell 7102

     (May 26, 2018)

    My fav. video yet. They don't seem like opponents, but more like 2 groups of people with different experiences and wisdoms completing a puzzle. I know that sound super edgy but I dunno how to explain that properly lol

  • Cayden Green

     (Mar 9, 2019)

    Yeah people don't realize that us as U.S. soldiers want peace more than anything so we don't have to see things play back in our heads for years that are out of a horror movie.

  • Evil Avocado

     (Aug 14, 2018)

    My uncle is a veteran but he probably agrees more with the peace activist side.

  • Jorgekg

     (Feb 12, 2019)

    Nobody understands peace and war than better Veterans...

  • Michael

     (Feb 8, 2019)

    +Jbeil-Byblos Baalback yea because the kid with an ak that is beheading a woman for walking outside without a man is definately a good kid who doesn't deserve to die. The US has to follow rules. We don't go there and shoot everyone. We go there, train their military and police, work side by side with them on missions, and go to the local villages, hand out water, and ask them where the enemy is. Most Iraqis don't mind us. Iraq is a fucked up country because of Islam not because of us. They live a certa...