Columbine Grad and Race War Medic Dies of Testosterone Poisoning
Arguably inspired by the whitemale slaughter-power of the Columbine killers, Navy Corpsman Luke Milam ignored his sacred oath to "first do no harm" and joined the military two months after the Columbine massacre to help repair Marines waging race war against the innocent people of Afghanistan. Luke's family provided the Colorado media the photograph above. The picture does not show Corpsman Milam nursing the wounded back to health, so one can only presume that this is what the Milam family considered the ultimate image of "manhood," armed and facing outward against the brown hoards of "Indian Country" - a white supremacist term the military uses to this day.
Things must really be bad for the invaders in Afghanistan if medics are getting killed.
Chalk this young man's death up to racist testosterone poisoning. Klebold and Harris would certainly have been impressed with Luke Milam's firepower and choice of targets.
Columbine Tragedy May Have Inspired War Hero
Charles Luke Milam may have been inspired to follow a hero's path because of a day he never talked about, a terrible April day in 1999 when he was a student at Columbine High School.
"He wasn't shot or wounded or shot at," his brother, Keith, said Thursday, "but absolutely, it was the defining moment of his life."