Quote by Bill Alexander
The anger in the Brigade against those who fought the Republic in the rear was sharpened by reports of weapons, even tanks, being kept from the front and hidden for treacherous purposes.
This quote highlights the anger and frustration within the Brigade towards individuals who not only fought against the Republic on the battlefield but also undermined their efforts from behind the lines. The anger is intensified by reports of weapons and even tanks being withheld from the frontlines, leading to suspicions of treacherous intentions. This suggests that the Brigade perceives these actions as acts of betrayal and deception, further fueling their resentment and desire for justice.
To me, we must learn to spell the word RESPECT. We must respect the rights and properties of our fellowman. And then learn to play the game of life, as well as the game of athletics, according to the rules of society. If you can take that and put it into practice in the community in which you live, then, to me you have won the greatest championship.