Colonel Henry A. Mucci: A Warrior’s Tale

Mar 07, 2017 403

BY: Niccolò Graffio

War is a strange phenomenon, to say the least. It is during wartime that humans can both reach the greatest heights of heroism and go down to the lowest depths of bestiality. I believe it was no less than Gen. George S. Patton Jr. who once exclaimed “Compared to war, all other forms of human endeavor shrink to insignificance.” He was probably correct. Ironic, isn’t it though, the times when our species’ actions are most memorable are also when we’re the most destructive.

Yet memorable many of them are, indeed. Memorable enough that libraries and film archives are filled with them. Before the public fool system in this country was basically hijacked by bioegalitarian leftists (“Hey, hey, ho, ho, Western Civ has got to go!” – Jesse Jackson) who hadn’t learned about the legendary exploits of men like Alexander of Macedon, Julius Caesar, Charles Martel and George Washington? 

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