While it is the moral duty of every person to refuse the authority of illegitmate power,in a democracy the military is subsevient to the military.Hitlers Germany was not a constitutional democracy under the rule of a law code that any sane person would understand as valid,thereofre the analogy does not hold water.While I am opposed to a strike in Iran for tactical reasons ,I doubt if it were to happen that it can be construed in the same vein as Hitlers attack on Poland.The United States and the President remain bound by the constitution the american people are free to dump him next election,comparisons with Hitlers Germany are not valid.If anything iran at present bears a more close resemblance.Do you call for the iranian general staff to refuse orders to fund and arm Hizbollah? No.. I didnt think so.
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