Secret Facebook Pages of ‘Mama’s Boy’ SEAL – Delta – SF ‘Elites’ shows them to be Morons, Conspiracy Nuts

Former Army Ranger and Green Beret says that the story of "radicalization in special operations is a story that needs to be told

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VT: We have watched the extreme deterioration among America’s special operations troops for many years.  In Vietnam, for instance, SEALS saw little or no combat.  Special Forces, who were largely administrative, did much less fighting than Marines or Army airborne units or “brown water” Navy.

In fact, the special operations community has had a “free ride” for a very long time, piling on rank, and getting involved in drugs, human trafficking, stealing millions in cash and then joining corrupt contracting firms like Blackwater, getting huge salaries for supporting fake wars.

In Syria, US Special Ops troops see not combat but oversee oil theft, stealing crops and playing “whiney little bitches” while chasing local Kurdish girls around.

When they get back home…they strut around as though they were in real combat in Vietnam, which they weren’t, and play suck up to rich “spook lovers” who pay for hunting trips and pick up the tab for teenage prostitutes.

VT has watched…we have attended over and over and we also run one of the largest of these groups as well and know of which we talketh.

Raw Story: Secret Facebook groups exclusively for special operations forces that were accessed by NBC News show members posting debunked claims about the 2020 election, racist rhetoric, and even QAnon conspiracy theories, NBC News reports.

One Facebook post in a forum shows a member of a special forces group complaining that several aides to former Vice President Mike Pence were part of a “Concerted effort by the thieves and pedophiles walking the hallowed halls of the peoples government” to undermine former President Donald Trump, according to NBC News.

“In a just world, they would have already been taken out behind the court house and shot,” a member commented.

“Trump was sabotaged once again!” a member of US Special Forces Team Room wrote Jan. 7 about the Capitol riot, adding that “trying to get to the bottom of the obvious election fraud now looks like it doesn’t have a chance.”

Former Army Ranger and Green Beret says that the story of “radicalization in special operations is a story that needs to be told.

“It has shocked and horrified me to see what’s happened to these guys in the last five or six years,” he said.

Extremism in the military has been a closely watched phenomenon, especially after the riot at the U.S. Capitol on Jan. 6. But as NBC News points out, it’s especially worrying to see such high levels of America’s military being vulnerable to such corrosive ideologies.

According to former Green Beret Robert Wilson, members of these forums “are radicalizing themselves online, just like many of these lone-wolf ISIS terrorists did.”

“It’s a problem, and it’s an internal threat to the United States,” said Wilson, who was counterterrorism director on the National Security Council during the Obama and Trump administrations.

Read the full report over at NBC News.


In secret Facebook groups, America’s best warriors share racist jabs, lies about 2020, even QAnon theories

NBC News reviewed posts from four private, secret Facebook groups that describe themselves as solely for current and former special operations forces.

…by Carol E. Lee

WASHINGTON — They’re the most elite, lethally trained members of the U.S. military, widely considered the best of the best. And yet in secret Facebook groups exclusively for special operations forces that were accessed by NBC News, they share misinformation about a “stolen” 2020 election, disparaging and racist comments about America’s political leadership and even QAnon conspiracy theories.

Among the hundreds of Facebook posts NBC News reviewed from forums for current and former Rangers, Green Berets and other elite warriors: a member of a special forces group lamenting that several aides to former Vice President Mike Pence were part of a “Concerted effort by the thieves and pedophiles walking the hallowed halls of the peoples government” to undermine former President Donald Trump.

“In a just world, they would have already been taken out behind the court house and shot,” another member commented.

In yet another post, a member of one of the groups responded to criticism of the Black Lives Matter movement with an image of a noose and the message “IF WE WANT TO MAKE AMERICA GREAT AGAIN WE WILL HAVE TO MAKE EVIL PEOPLE FEAR PUNISHMENT AGAIN.”

 While the majority of the content in two of the groups, SF Brotherhood – PAC and US Special Forces Team Room, is political in nature, the forums shouldn’t be seen as reflective of the overall views of the whole special operations forces community.

Collectively, the two groups have more than 5,000 members, with some belonging to both. U.S. Special Operations Command has about 70,000 personnel, and there are tens of thousands more retired members of special operations forces.

Other posts promote conspiracy theories that those involved in the Jan. 6 riot were members of antifa and Black Lives Matter, not Trump supporters

Other posts promote conspiracy theories that those involved in the Jan. 6 riot were members of antifa and Black Lives Matter, not Trump supporters

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  1. It would be interesting to hear about the brave immigrant volunteers as well. And as far as volunteers the Buffalo Soldiers are due great respect The Navajo or Dine’ code talkers Historically 90% of Native American are volunteers. I do agree that a 2 year requirement to serve country whether its in the peace corp or military would be a good idea.

  2. I wish things were black and white. I have known, worked with and am related to a few great military service volunteers none as renowned however as Glen Doherty. I Ski Patrolled in Little Cottonwood Canyon When he lived at Snowbird. He was a very adventurous, excitable, dedicated soul he liked to test and push his limits and was committed to having an impact. Aside from being killed in Benghazi, he was a Navy SEAL and responded to the USS Cole bombing. He left the Navy in ’05 and joined the -yes- dreaded CIA He worked in the more dreaded private security company in the ME and Africa. He was involved in the ‘rescue’ of Jessica Lynch in Iraq, the rescue of Captain Richard Phillips from Somali pirates and as a contractor with the State Dept. he went into Libya to track down and eliminate MANPADS. Interestingly according to the always accurate wiki he was a member of the Military Religious Freedom Foundation that opposes proselytizing by religious groups in the military. He worked directly with Secretary Hilary Clinton and President Obama to rid the US of Christian Dominionists and he co-wrote the book The 21st Century Sniper.

  3. Dominionism is the theocratic idea that Christians are called by God to exercise dominion over every aspect of society by taking control of political and cultural institutions. This includes the US military.

    Chris Hedges had this to say about Dominionists in the US military, “The cult of masculinity pervades the ideology. Feminism and homosexuality are social forces, believers are told, that have rendered the American male physically and spiritually impotent. Jesus is portrayed as a man of action, casting out demons, battling the Anti-Christ, attacking hypocrites and castigating the corrupt.”

  4. I wouldn’t say “thank you for your service” to modern “U.S.veterans”. Sorry. I respect those who fought against the Nazis in that times. Maybe, i’m not so experienced in the history of American wars, but after the WW2 i can hardly remember American righteous wars. If i’m mistaken, fix it, please.

    • Andy, I’ve told you before that my dad was one of those GIs who met up with Russian troops at the river Elbe in 1945. He was a citizen soldier who never had a bad word to say about the Russians. Actually, he never had a bad word to say about the Germans either, being as how his mother was German. He was appalled at what the Brits and the Americans did to Dresden, so it was hard for him to think of WWII as “good war” that everyone claimed it was. The American author, Kurt Vonnegut, wrote a fantastic novel about the firebombing of Dresden. It was banned in many US school districts as being too anti-war, which it was.

  5. It’s nothing unknown that thieves and pedophiles they are walking the halls of most governments, mainly in west… and he is right, in a just world, they would have already been taken out behind the court house and shot

  6. I think the long term deployments and the type of missions we are doing is gutting our military. Calling in artillery or air strikes on Syrians who want to get their own oil fields back, or executing a local because another local with a grudge accuses him of being a bombmaker and doing this for 20yrs must take a toll. Pete Hegseth loves it, there is something off with that guy.

  7. The only thing that makes the special forces effect is their radicalization. You can not get people to train the way they do and endure the hardship they go through if they are not “True Believers”. They have to be radicalized to the point in which they will sacrifice their own life willingly for the mission. If you take out the radicalization you then have soldiers that question everything and that does not make for an effective fighting force.

    • Auschwitz was hardship. Riding around in an MRAP for 12k per month on a 6000 calorie diet and a girl on your lap?

  8. I firmly believe the most badass soldiers in war were(are) those citizen soldiers that were drafted, and didn’t have any say. You know,…the guys that never got a “thank you for your service”, nor asked for one; not these all-volunteer, huckster-for-respect special forces people.

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