Then you are at least doing *something* constructive with your day. Provided you are not as retarded doing it there as you are doing it here.
But btw., why are you running psyops on the commies over there instead of just physically bombing every commie you know in your personal life? I thought killing commies was the best way to fight communism?
Nah, see? Because just killing commies is not neccessarily or automatically the best course of action. If you would go now and kill 2 or 3 commies in your vicinity, you will most probably get caught in the end. Result? 2-3 commies dead, you disabled as an asset for the cause, and, most probably, strengthen resolve in - oh, I don't know - literally a few million commies around the world + providing the commie / kike media with all the propaganda they need, and more ammo for the gun grabbers.
See, that is because reality doesn't function like in your tough guy 14 year old faggot fantasy world. 3 dead commies against all of the negatives cited above. Violence is a tool like any other tool, and it has to be applied in a way that it makes sense, just like any other tool. Randomly killing commies in your neighbourhood, in our current situation, is not going to stop communism, just like randomly dropping napalm on villages in the jungle of SE Asia didn't stop it from spreading there.
War is the continuation of politics by other means. Von Clausewitz didn't say that because he was trying to come across as an edgelord, instead, it was simply an OBSERVATION, an ASSESSMENT, and an accurate one. War is always the result of a political will (in other cases, it is just blind, rampant violence, like niggers do it when they chimp out), so, if it is meant to be successfull, a strategy has to be developed that aims to achieve the political will.
My whole point was that in Vietnam, no such strategy existed, because the only proper one (occupation of at least North Vietnam - better, even, the Soviet Union), was unfeasable because of the nuclear threat / Cold War. So, applying conventional military measures was doomed to fail from the start. What the US, and more specifically, the US Air Force, did, was running operations without an overarching strategy.
There are three layers to warfare: The strategic layer (how do we impress our political aims on the enemy), the operational layer (how do we execute / implement the strategy through actual actions) and tactical (how do we achieve the objective in each operation, on the battlefield, in air combat, in air to surface combat, in electronic warfare etc). If you do not have a sound strategy to implement the political will to begin with, all you are doing is just propping the arms industry in an endless war. See also the "The War on Terror" for that.