No book that mentions the word “Rhodesia” should do so without paying tribute to the men and women, black and white, who fought to save Rhodesia as a civilized country, capable of sustaining and protecting all its peoples. I pay solemn tribute to the courage of all those who fought for a just and decent cause, but who were duped by the hypocrisy and chicanery of a highly-politicized western world and the greed of the resulting government. Thank you all for your service and your sacrifice. To those who lost loved ones, I offer a special prayer of comfort. “No greater love hath man……”
While that war is over, I am very much aware of our American soldiers and our allies who fight each and every day to protect our lives and allow our countries to remain civilized and sustainable. Freedom requires constant vigilance, courage and sacrifice against the ongoing forces of evil, and I pray for all our soldiers’ lives and safety. Thank you and your families for what you do so selflessly and bravely. All who live in the Free World owe you a huge debt of gratitude.