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r/tinder +16k shitshow. “My grandfather was in Nam. Mind if we keep up the tradition” For whites who are complicit in massacres, agent orange, mass rape against Asian people, it is now a funny socially acceptable pickup line to be used on Asian women.(r/soccer)
I haven’t read this yet (it’s on my list) but it seems like one of the few books on the vietnam war that actually outlines the atrocities. I’m definitely curious to hear from anyone who has read it and their thoughts.