“We did have to shoot a few goats today though, as some of them attacked our marines.”
It was interesting to watch the traditional American soldier commonplace of our men here, a standard which does seem to still best represent America today. “We don’t wanna take the people’s homes away,” said one of our proud guys. Electricity and modernization he explained is not accepted in the country where we just fought a war. The village or post war villages like any fighting gone on in Russia as well, cultural differences and language barriers confront American soldiers and the people of the land where they fight as well. These soldiers on the other side of control they fight, worked alongside our soldiers here and as the living documentary went on, even claimed sadly themselves that the very presence of U.S. soldiers as their defenders meant homelessness for the victimized citizens of that country. And for Afhganistan at the time of the filming, the intense 2008 historical vista there did represent a summer of decision within the realm of the country, according to the live filmed documentary.
And these several years ago, old, mid and future documentaries ring still of an education for decision, so succinct, and yet there is no manual to direct the future of the country per se. A soldier named Sharp, shot and bleeding to death, the reality of the first had horror of violence does not impress those, who hide away safe from harm. The cheers from the crowd go up after the Hell & Back Again soldier returns from the battle of his life. P.T.S.D. (Post Traumatic Stress Disorder) and pills used to treat the after shock of war, “You come home and you’re constantly stressed out because of all of this crap.”
A real life documentary about a wife who cares for her husband after his return from the war, wearing the T-shirt known as affliction, most of the men said they accepted the fact that they can die. Coming back home to live in your small home town after a huge trauma that involved your near murder, as attests one soldier who exhibits by way of filmed reality that as a hero of war, he has lived in Hell and come back again, no mere jest of life.