Why is the abuse of Vietnam veterans covered up?

As soon as I got off the airport people gave me dirty looks and 1 guy spit on me and called me a baby killer and ran away

I was told not to wear my uniform in public because I risk being beaten up, so I never did.

I was at a restaurant and some hippies there found out I served !y country and they set my car on fire

I went to take a taxi to get hone and I told the taxi driver I almost lost my arm over there and he said good Serves you right and told me to never hire him again

I was dating this girl and after she found out I was a vet she was ok with it but her father told me to stay away from his daughter or else he would harm me

I tried to get a job and was denied and they hired draft dodgers 

I went to the movies and this guy tried to beat me up for serving, and I almost ended up having to break arm in self defense

3 Answers

  • Kieth
    Lv 7
    1 month ago
    Favorite Answer

    Now you are trolling, it was well known for decades.

  • 1 month ago

    You would have to be 70 yrs old. Grow up and get over it.

    Behavior by the public like that ended by the early 1980s 

    My father was a 2 tour green beret in Vietnam. 

    He was over it before 86. 

  • 1 month ago

    I’m an Iraqi veteran and i don’t believe you

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