Memorial Day

Memorial Day

On Monday, May 28th, America woke up to Memorial Day. Memorial Day is meant to celebrate and remember those who fell while serving in America’s armed forces. Many Americans chose to spend this day grilling, drinking, or relaxing with friends. However, for American Identity Movement, today was an important day to remember what we have lost.

There is no greater treasure then our countrymen. The people who make every house a home, every town a childhood, and America a nation. We are all worse off when they go off to war or are killed in combat.

Members of AIM visited 24 different war memorials in 12 different states. They left flowers, American flags, and thought about who these people were and what they fought for. Every small town in America reserves a spot for a little monument to the sons who went off to fight for America. Every town has a list of people long gone who left their towns and a list of those who never came back.

AIM stands for non-interventionism. We don’t want to see Americans storm beaches and fight through cities for the sake of oil companies, foreign governments, or globalists. These men who never came back left behind children, their names living on, and the greatest service we can offer our fallen is to make sure their children and grandchildren don’t die in unjust wars.