What are you going on about? I haven’t even read the post to which you refer. Why do you feel it necessary to make these sweeping generalisations? I lost relatives in the war. My great grandfather survived the first world war but he left the trenches with a permanent limp (courtesy of shell wounds) and a husk of a voice because of mustard gas. I lost a great uncle in the second world war. He was from an impoverished east end family of 12 and won a scholarship to Cambridge, quite a thing at the time. He joined the RAF and was shot down over Holland. I will always remember how happy my grandmother (his sister) was when they found the wreckage his plane and she was able to travel over to see where he fell. She was in her 60s by then.
Nothing boils my p**s more than seeing politically correct, virtual signalling little nobodies like you trying to score pathetic points about rememberance. War touched us all, we don’t forget the fallen whoever they are.