In this episode, we talk about Vanessa Guillen, Fort Hood, and the Military. Specifically about the details around the case, issues at Ft. Hood, and some interesting things you should know about the military. I also put together a few clips than comments directly from retired military members. I also talk briefly about the mixed messages people are putting out when comparing this current situation, to the protests we’ve seen in the last few months, specifically from the micro-influencer Jesse Castellanos. Towards the end, I closed out the video with details about the unfortunate case of Sadie Elise Strong Walcott, which in my opinion needs to be further spread.
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Good morning, good afternoon or good evening, depending on when you’re tuning in. My name is Jonathan Torres Herrera, and you are watching the JTH show today. I want to talk about Vanessa again for hood and the military, but the first role that intro . Alright. So before we get started, I want to make sure that tell everybody that this entire episode will be uploaded to anchor.
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Got a femme. You should go check out anchor.fm. It’s free. You can download it onto your phone from the iOS or Android stores. All right. So that opening clip that you guys just saw was from a scene in a movie called full metal jacket in 1987 or drama. Now I put that scene in there because it’s gonna be pretty much, you know, it’s going to go hand in hand, you know, with everything they’re going to talk about today. I want to read some comments that I found about that scene for you guys that I found interesting.
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So the first comment come from David at angle, about two years ago, he said this actually does happen in the military. It’s called a blanket party. When I was in the military, they have, it happened rarely, but still happen. The soap is you simply because it leaves no visible marks, but it does leave a big knot under the skin, which has, which are very painful and take a while to heal. It’s best not to do anything stupid to attract negative attention to yourself from the drill Sergeant.
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You really don’t want to be that guy. Another comment from gen X, Merce, 70 reads, this kind of stuff really happened when I was in bootcamp in 1990. And it wasn’t isolated with just one person. In fact, it happened quite frequently. And then finally, the third comment from Gail King three years ago says when I was at basic training at Fort Dix, N J wasn’t, I don’t know, I don’t know what that stands for the state.
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I’m not familiar with our, our bases and forts back in 1981, that actually happened in our barracks. We had a person who was not towing the line and got this done to them. I myself was not involved with it. However, I did keep my mouth shut. No one write it out. Even the person that got the woman out of them, anyone that has been in the military knows the code. Now, sometime later, Nick McFarlane replied to him and he said, keep your mouth shut and have story.
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Now, you know, it’s curious that, you know, even so many years later, someone’s still gonna ring to the comments of guy was decided to, you know, basically back up the claim there, right? All these comments. If you noticed have all, you know, likes Ryan as he has no in YouTube and much like any application, you can only give one, like, so at the first one has 18, the second one has two. And in the last one, it has four. And even the one that replied has three, three, you know, the likes, in my opinion, as in support, right?
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To, to this, that it was pretty, pretty damn accurate. Right? But we’ll come back to this, right? I just wanted to open up the video with them. Let’s move on to probably the most important topic in this video. And that is Vanessa Guian. She was a 20 year old, a us army soldier who authorities believe was killed on April 22nd, 2020 inside of Fort hood, Texas in the armory by another enlisted soldier, Aaron, David Robinson also age 20 from Illinois.
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Now I’m going to give you that some case facts in case you guys weren’t fully updated with everything that has been going on and things that have been coming out. However, listener discretion is advice. So be aware, some of these can be graphic. So the timeline goes, something like this on April 22nd, according to law enforcement Guian is murdered with a hammer inside the armory and by Asus, by the suspect who then uses the trunk to remove her body. This is later confirmed. When two witnesses are interviewed in state that they observed Robinson struggling with a tough box outside of the armory, he then drives to it from Fort hood and gets help from a second suspect.
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Cecile Sicily Aguilar, a 22 year old civilian from Kayleen in this well, it’s, it’s even hard. I’ve, I’ve, I’ve written this I, you know, and it’s still harder to, to go through in dismembering the remains before baring them along the Leon river. Now Kaylene or killing depending a whole. Your hanger from is, is a town in Texas, which is where this base is located on April 26.
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While the investigation is still ongoing, they have determined that while it’s not a premeditated murder or they haven’t again, assessed that it was a premeditated murder, according to law enforcement and tracking of it’s a cell phone data. There is nom where evidence that supports the fact that both Robinson and Nigella returned after having murdered or, or these Robinson murdering the, the soldier of Vanessa returned with Aguilar to continue this remembering the body, burning her again, and then bearing her in three separate holes and then covering them with concrete.
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They had purchased earlier from Facebook, apparently some, some, some kind of Facebook store on April 28. Robinson is finally interviewed for the first time on June 29. ILR is interviewed for the first time and on June 21st cell phone data from both Robinson and Aguilar Lee law enforcement officials to an area near the Leon river law enforcement officials locate the burned lid of the Pelican transport box, but failed to find a body on June 30th around 1:00 PM, contractors working on a fence near the Liana river, discover partial human remains that later confirmed or confirmed to be guns notify law enforcement CID, which stands for criminal investigation command and, and partner agencies discover human remains at 8:30 PM or around 8:30 PM.
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I Lara was interviewed again and told our enforcement officials about the killing Robinson fled from foot Fort hood and killed themselves shortly after midnight when approached by law enforcement and Kayleen Texas because of body because of the state of day was, and how badly the condition of it, Vanessa wasn’t able to be, or was not able to be identified traditionally, you know, through her teeth, even by, by sometimes you can identify, you know, the body.
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A lot of times they’ll bring family members just by looking at the body and they couldn’t because of the condition. So they had to, it was prolonged and they had to send out to it like another facility to do further DNA testing and even DNA testing of the bone to confirm it was her, which they did. The accomplice is was arrested and charged with one count of conspiracy, to temper, with evidence for allegedly helping hygiene’s body. I glow was Robinson’s girlfriend at the time, there, there has been a change.org petition that I signed, and I believe you guys should too it’s to hold the R U S army accountable and as justice for, for a Vanessa McGee.
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And the link will be in the description. Now, something that I also found, right, that this is, you know, of course the facts that the investigation has uncovered. In addition to this, it appears that before all this happened, right, they don’t have the exact down to the down minute precise, but it appears that the data sec place Vanessa was working and she was supposed to be taking over a weapon. And there was text messages exchanged between Bo Robinson and Vanessa.
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And she went over or she was supposed to be taking stuff over some, some weapon and then taking paperwork over to a different department, which she never made it to. So after going to see Robinson, apparently that’s when the incident happened and she never made it out to take the paperwork to wherever she needed to take it. So, you know, it’s extremely tragic, obviously, you know, what took place, maybe noticed the timelines of dates that I gave you. And there’s a lot more facts by the way, this is the compressed version. There is a version out there that has been released with a lot more dates, you know, dates like when, you know, the military police car involved CID, when it was announced, et cetera, et cetera.
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But these are the big highlights. This is about a month long, you know, process, which is why you seen the protest and the family, you know, coming out, speaking against CNO, the military for, you know, how long it took them to really take some action, right? To really start pushing up against who they thought, you know, were, were suspects. Now, the sister came out in a very public interview and said, you know, that she had gone to the base to find out more that we’re really pressing justifiably, right?
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I mean, those are their sibling who is missing and no one has seen anything. And she actually ran across Robinson who she describes kind of having a gut feeling. Now we all, I think we all have those right. Once in a while, just hear, see something, smell something. And you’re like, something’s going on, something’s off. And, and that’s kind of how she felt about the, the alleged, I guess they still calling him alleged murder. I mean, at this point, everything points that he did do it, but the alleged murder and he laughed, you know, he made like a joke or something and she laughed and he laughed and he walked away or something like that.
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You can catch the interview on YouTube and stuff like that, you know, but you know, it’s, it’s extremely side. It’s something that after looking into it, it’s why decided to make today’s video and the way I’m doing it, where it’s, this is about Vanessa again, but it’s also about Fort hood and the military. So that’s, let’s move on to, to Fort hood. So Fort hood, like I mentioned, is located in Killeen, Texas, which is North of Austin.
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And it has a long history right. Of, of incidents that raise eyebrows, nothing, I guess that has brought this much attention. Right. But it definitely has things that you should know about. Now. I can always hear sometimes remarks and comments for those of you guys telling me JT there’s there’s stuff like this and other bases. I know, I know. Okay. But today we’re talking about Fort hood. Okay. In 2016, there was a vehicle rollover accident that killed eight soldiers and he cadet and injured three others, which the army to this day does, has chosen not to disclose a findings of the crash investigation, not even a why they won’t release it.
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It just, it’s not, they’re not going to be releasing anything. I guess their investigation has concluded, but that’s, as far as they can to take it in 2017, 2017, excuse me, a prostitution ring was uncovered in which 13 active duty soldiers were charged. So there was the story. You know, I looked into that one. I was trying to get more facts about it. Different media outlets have different points. Everything from it was a long known problem in the base.
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These 13 is, you know, some people, even comments like this has nothing have that base has a problem with prostitution’s higher ups. Allow it. I mean, there’s a whole bunch of different hearsay about, about that specific incident, but moving on and something, I think even more important is other mysterious deaths associated with, for hood starting with the, the death of private Brandon Scott Rosecrance, who was found dead from a gunshot wound, roughly 13 miles outside of the post.
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Another one second, Lieutenant Andrew J. Hunt found unresponsive in his Fort hood residence Tuesday around the time, by the way, I didn’t mean this Tuesday, Tuesday. It’s a, I forgot to get the exact date, but Tuesday around the time that he was founded and pronounced dead 90 minutes, excuse me. After in the medical center, inside the base or the post private degree, we’d all, Morales is one that I definitely want to make sure that everybody also knows about now, this one is also aside from Vanessa, a very recent one, he is a private whose remains were found in he field several miles from Fort hood and fall plays, believed to have played a role in his death, according to the investigation, which is still open to this day.
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Now, a lot of people are trying to say, Hey, you know, it is very unfortunate what has happened now, Vanessa, but now that there are so many ears and eyes looking this way, please look at at the case of Morales. And there is a Facebook page called the fo ft, which stands for Fort the Fort hood fallen. And, you know, they show how they have the post of, of, of Gregory with fewer than a hundred posts. And then obviously you have the one for Vanessa who was over 19,000 and even growing right now, obviously justifiably, right?
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Because we know a lot more details about Vanessa. We don’t know a lot about what happened to Miralis, but nonetheless commenter on, on Fort hood ball and said, Olivia Vasquez said, you know, he was listed as a disorder when he disappeared days before his discharge in August, 2019, which is I think the biggest highlight of, of this case in the sense that we know as far as what we know now, which is how is a person who is about to be discharged, right.
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Just going to go missing. And then the Army’s gonna say, Oh, you know, put him under AWOL status, which is what they do traditionally. I don’t know if it’s for the first few hours, weeks, or months, but I know eventually they move him on to a different status, which is dessert or which is supposed to be shameful, right. A shameful status of saying, Hey, instead of leaving the military the right way with honor, you just kind of abandoned everything and, and that’s not okay. And his family has been fighting right now that he’s been found in everything.
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His family has been fighting and say, you know, dig into this because there’s more right. You know, the mother came out in an interview and said, my son doesn’t deserve to have, you know, such a shameful stat as dessert, or, you know, we, we all know anything other than he goes missing. And then kinda like things kind of just kinda end there. And now it’s picking up traction because of what happened to Vanessa. But still this goes along too to show the problems that exist already at Fort hood. The common also, you know, adds a whole bunch of other great points.
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But one of them that stands out is something that I want to touch on later. But I’ll read this now she put on here. I wonder how many soldiers have been labeled as deserters, but are actually just buried in shallow graves around a Fort hood would have been Nessa have been listed as a deserter as well. It’s a, in my opinion, it’s a good point. It’s a great comic, right? It gives you things to think about, you know, in looking at all this information, that’s out there in researching this for you guys.
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I come across, you know, other micro influencers, too big influencers out there. And one of them that stood out to me was a comment by Jesse Costa Costa Yanos cause the Yanos casinos, Jessica , you know, I I’ve seen him most videos from time to time. He does, you know, those I’m going to go out to the streets specifically on, on like days that they have like this devotees and talk to the drunk crowd. I mean, that’s mainly what he’s known for, but he’s also known for being very outspoken.
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Now, when the protests were in full fledged energy, I guess, or, or, or, or emotion, he made a comment about not sure if you guys saw it about a post that has mother drinking on the top and in the riders in the bottom, he sends it out or he retweets it or something. But I remember him saying, yeah, this was, you know, a reference to what happened with Martin Luther King and how they’re walking more, you know, more peacefully.
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This is back then. This is what was enough back then basically saying, and this the right meaning the bottom picture has like the diluting and the writers. This is how we do things now to get, you know, basically to get our point across, which is, you know, in my opinion, by the way, and why this matters is because he’s saying that you need to be angry. You need to go out there. And ah, okay. So I didn’t think much of it, but then I saw this right now, when first read the comment which he then responded to, and it’s from a user online called his name is Cesar Gonzalez.
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The man writes the man who killed Vanessa again. And he puts a picture of Robinson. Where is the outrage? The protests were the famous actors and actresses denouncing injustice. Let’s go looting. What happened to Brown lives matter 90 single Pete by the media or heavy coverage. Why? Because it doesn’t fit their political agenda. This young lady reported sexual harassment, but it fell on deaf ears.
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Where is a me too movement? This is when I just smirk with all these so-called equality organizations, making a big fuss only when it’s convenient to them to cry out loud hypocrites. So that was this common, right? That was, that was, he said, so Jesse then responds with this, this man’s post screams, small Dick energy. Where is the me too movement? He hasn’t seen all the protests from other enlisted woman, political agenda.
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I don’t have a political one when it comes to her justice to her and her justice for her were the protests. Is he blind? They have been pro there has been protests looting for what? Why bashed the media for not making this a big story yet, but don’t use this for your political agenda to denounce and discredit the movement, miss me with all that. So, you know, he had some other stuff that honestly that’s irrelevant, but you know, I found it interesting.
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And I also founded irritating because I have seen right. And this is by the way, what a lot of people would say, and they critique some, either of the left or the right, right. When you want to be talking politically speaking, I guess when it is true that you know what, you’re out there saying stating or whatever a painting on or whatever, man, you’re just putting stuff out there. And then you forget about it. And a couple months later you’re like, oops. Right. And then you come out as, as a hypocrite.
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Right. And you know, ironically, he, you know, he’s, he’s calling another guy, you know, for somehow he got out of the whole thing, but he has those small penis and that a why, why, why are you doing? Why, why looting? Why? Hey, I know that I said looting, because back then we need to be angry to get the point across. But where are you? Why are you asking for looting for this? Don’t be angry, calm down. So anyways, you get the point, right. And you’ll get, you’ll see a lot of that out there. And I think it’s, I think it’s bullshit. So anyways, so let’s move on. Let’s move on to the military now to move on to the military.
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First, you guys already saw the first video that I prepare for you guys, but next I want you to watch. I want you guys to watch this video. They are prepared. Roll it.
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I’m James . I’m a former us Marine infantry, man. So this is one of the more accurate movies. Do you have a girlfriend swamper? Sorry. Yes, sir. Yes. Again, mother Jody’s Pang and her right now, get on your face and give me 25. For every time she gets positive. In terms of the yelling that that’s accurate, it sort of depends on the person’s. When I’m giving you a few laptops, you’re going to fire your rifle. When grenades are going off in your face, we’ve been doing here.
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I got lost on the way at trial. It’s sharp. Yeah, that that’s happened. stop right there. This is even though this is very subtle, this is incredibly accurate. So this is a, what is known as a boot drop. There is a fear in all these Marines and it’s the same fear that I had those Marines standing on.
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Sort of the catwalks of the upper decks are looking down at these brand new guys. You can imagine some of them are already veterans themselves from war. And so you’re just staring at these guys who are going to eat you alive. I was severely hazed, sort of when I first showed up to my first unit, you know, it took me many, many years to realize after that, that it was that they were dealing with things that they probably should have been in therapy for. It wasn’t because me being the new guy, it was because they had just come back from seeing their friends die in Iraq.
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that is accurate. It’s one of those things that is not commonplace across the entire Marine Corps, but it has to have happened. Absolutely. So they’ll take literally an iron and they’ll bend it into dispel out UMC and they will brand people.
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All right. So the video is from an interview that GQ manic magazine did with a now veteran, right. Someone that has left the military, you know, it’s much longer than, than what I just showed you guys. But I clipped it up to what I felt I wanted to speak about today. Right. Stuff that you’re hearing, you know, sort of from the horse’s mouth or at least one of the horses, right. That has been in the action, so to speak and can say, yeah, you know, this has happened.
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Nope. That’s real. Yep. That’s true too. A lot of the times, you know, we see movies, right. Especially in America and they’re full of action. And, you know, we even are called the GI Joes and reference to that, you know, that eighties cartoon and everything’s bombed and explosion. And you know, sometimes the truth kind of gets lost, but in all that there’s still some truth. And sometimes it takes a person like, like the guy in interview to say, yeah, no, that’s, that’s pretty true.
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You know, maybe there’s some exaggeration, but it’s true. And you know, to add to that, by the way, at the end, I’m going to share some remarks from a, a military buddy that I, that I know that I had to ask them and kind of verify some information. I did invite them to be on the show, but he brought up a lot of the stuff that I, right now we’ve been speaking about, you know, he is, I got y’all man. He’s like, let me think about it, man. I don’t, I don’t know that I feel comfortable. You know, he left in 2015.
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He is like, you know, I, you know, you know what you’re hearing what you’re telling me, you know, there’s a reason I just can come out and start talking about, you know, things without feeling like I’m going to be maybe not in imminent danger, but definitely critiqued, you know, and why. And for that, I want to go to the story of Sadie strong, which by the way, before I jumped into Sadie’s strong, notice how the guy you want to go back and look at the clip, the guy in the interview, his face to me, kinda like, I dunno, I felt like he was reliving maybe the hazing that he mentioned when he’s looking at Jake Gyllenhaal on the floor about to be branded.
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I know his face has a as an expression I’m reading into it, maybe. Sure. Okay. All right. So the case of Sadie strong, so there is a big post that she did the tailing, her story. Now that story is around sexual harassment and sexual abuse, but I’m going to go ahead and read some of the highlight highlights that I found interesting, or at least exceptionally important. Not that everything is not important, but these are the parts that I feel that you know, you and I should, should talk about today.
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So she writes in 2012, I was a 19 year old girl. That girl died on deployment to the middle East, after being raped by her command. And she puts a picture of herself in uniform and how she looks back then, this is how she looks. Now. She is a survivor. She also adds I didn’t report when I was gang raped by higher ups in my command. They took pictures of it and thought it was funny and even left them on my phone.
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When I brought it up to one of them that I thought was my friend. He said it was my fault because I had drank with them. They shipped me off the next week to another base in Qatar because he feared, I would report them. They sent another with me from their shop to keep a quote unquote eye on me. If you exciter, he drugged me and raped me one, one day after work, she also adds, I saw I was laughed at and called a liar.
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I was told I was a piece of shit for reporting my family. How was it? My fault. I signed up for this, you know, she concludes. And she, she puts onto that. You know, she’s not scared of them. They shall never stop spreading her story. And then she closed out with the hashtag that we’ve seen, like I am Vanessa and then hashtag us Navy, hashtag military. And you know, of course there were replies to our story that were replies hundreds, poly thousands of them in support saying, you know, I know someone that, that has happened to both men and women, but of course we always have those naysayers, I guess they call them.
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Right. And specifically, there’s a comment that struck a chord with me. Like I did with many people, Betsy scroller score, your she’s an air force, Lieutenant Coronel. She wrote in a comment, you guys are kidding me. Right? Sexual harassment is a price of admission for women into the good old boy club. If you’re going to cry like a snowflake about it, you’re going to pay the price.
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What a load of horseshit. Right. And of course, you know, they, then she incited hundreds of thousands of comments, you know, signing. Are you fucking kidding me basically. Are you serious? Like, that’s what you gave to say to someone that’s trying to share her story. A very traumatic story is a Sapino snowflake. Jesus Christ, man. That is disgusting. So after I reviewed, you know, all the information, I just copied and pasted some of the mullet bullet points to my, to my buddy.
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And he’s like, you know, I can’t come on the show, JT. I don’t, you know, let me think about it. I’m not ready. Like, you know, like I shared earlier, but he did give me some bullet points. I asked them, can you please share some stuff with me? I’ll, I’ll leave you alone on MSI as promise. And he did. He’s like, okay, you know, at least I can tell you, so, you know, to kind of back up what you’re saying, you know, not that honestly, I need it. How you can go Google it yourself right now, you know, make up your own mind. So he tells me that he served six years in the army until he left under a medical discharge in 2015.
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He didn’t tell me why. Exactly. You know, what was a medical reason? Not that really matters either. He, he had, he said the military can be great for some people, for sure. When I asked him, you know, what do you, what do you think of the military? Is that a for sure, they give you great mosaic and accept the gang mentality. Those that don’t will not fit in period. I was like, okay, wow man. That’s a all right. I mean, you know, he also added, you have to think of it like an onion.
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The outside layers are useless and there are two per and they are there to protect deeper layers. However, notice how the more you peel, the more it stinks. He also told me some people I’ve met through the some VA groups say it’s different in other branches, but I also have met others that say, it’s a lot of the same shit that I experience. He gave me another, another good one that I asked him, like, did he ever have an experience? I, you know, I showed him the video of the drills, hard, Jenn.
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And he’s like me know, I was never really treat it like that. But a drill Sergeant yelled out. Yes, but never push or beaten per se. He’s like, at least not by a Sergeant, but he did say this. He said a, a staff Sergeant once told me nothing is more important than the family you have in here refrain to the base he was at. At the time, they will do anything for you. And you must do anything for them. Anything, anyone that disagrees deserves nothing more than a shallow grave sounds familiar.
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Then he finally gave me a last one. And this one’s the one that, that really stood out to me. He said, you would be surprised as to how advanced the tech is, but how far behind or old school the people are, you know? And it’s all true, right? In that sense that it makes sense. At least that our military is known to have like this crazy tech, just crazy, you know, advanced technology, everything from radar and drones.
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And now they’re even making like these skeletal things to help soldiers. But yet it makes sense. You know, that they still have that. He said that gang mentality that, you know, we’re going to break you because we’re going to remake your or something like that. He also said, so I make, does make sense that the tech may be at advance, but it doesn’t necessarily mean that the people running the show are, are, are, you know, call it advanced modernized. So what’s a final thought on this.
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Do I think the military needs to go away? No, they may say that right now. Now you can go ahead and turn off this or dislike it. I don’t believe the military should be turned away. I don’t believe we don’t need the military. That is not what I believe. Just like the police. I don’t do. I however, believe that military, like the police needs to be modernized. I hate to use that word again.
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It has to be in some sense, God reinvented. I don’t know if that’s the right word either. I’m just trying to think of everything. Every word that I can think about. If he were going to be upset about it, you get it. I hope it needs to be looked at from the top to the bottom and into the top again. Right? Because that last comment could be probably one of the most significant, as simple as it is, ideas that everything you see outside is shiny and pretty look at those drones.
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Look at these computers were so fast, were so modern, but then all the people running them, the old schools, right. Are very much of like, yeah, let’s go over there and just break that guy. May K like haze him, or, you know, make him do things on my body. My buddy didn’t want to share anything of what happened to him. Like the guy in the video that you saw, you know? But if it’s anything like that, I understand that just like, by the way, some comments I saw was like, well, sometimes that’s needed, man.
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We need to make men out of these people or, you know, real women out of them or whatever. Some commons, you know, hundreds, you can see that people are like, yeah, thumbs up. And yeah, it needs to happen. I don’t know. I don’t know how much of that is true. Have I ever been in the military? You ass? No, I haven’t. That’s fair. Do I know plenty of people that health? Yes. I live in San Diego as a military town. Not only have I known fathers of old school, you know, friends that I went with, I have known military people almost my whole life.
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And let me tell you that there’s a lot of comparisons, right? And the stories that you hear now and stories you heard back then, people that come back that PTSD is a real thing, right. That they experience and they’re not okay. It’s just like, again, like the validity you saw, right? Hopefully you saw of the guy saying like, yeah. You know, at the time I didn’t realize it was just them dealing with things that they needed help with. Right. Did they needed to be seen therapists for why? Because you are building individuals to be able to withstand unimaginable circumstances, death, if necessary.
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And you know, how do you treat that? There’s a reason why we have such an alarming rate of suicides among military members I’ve come back. Or even sometimes when they’re in, within the military because of what they are put through, right. There are hundreds of petitions and movements that demand that our government do more right. More than just throwing money, money at the problem. There’s been movies, countless movies made. I’m sure you’ve seen it.
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Some of them, you know, about what happened, what does war do to an individual? And I’ve said this before, and another shows, you know, to own a gun is one thing I’ll tell you this right now, myself. Do I ever think that I can just grab a gun and go shoot at a human being and be okay with it? I don’t even want to think about doing that. I have them because it’s, it’s something that people keep to feel protection, to feel protected rather. Excuse me.
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Yeah. That I can understand how well I react. If I ever got forbid, I need to use that. I don’t know. So what’s the point? What about the people that have killed? Not one, not two, several people or seeing friends of theirs that they’ve maybe went to bootcamp with or grew up with, or who knows how close on these individuals are family members within the military and they get shot in front of them blown up.
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So all that said is a military evil needs to go away. No, not my opinion. I think it needs to be looked at severely, profoundly, deeply, whatever term you feel comfortable with using thoroughly with a foreign comb to get some of those bad apples that maybe our are, are, are maybe, maybe our bad apples because of what they have been taught to do what they were forced to do.
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And now what they regret doing. That’s, that’s all I’m saying on this video about, about that. When it comes to what should happen to the military, now, what should happen if the coward was still alive, prosecute them, throw them in jail, throw away the key. Right. And I’m referring obviously to Robinson, right? Who did that to, to Vanessa because military or not law enforcement or not. If you decide to take away the life of someone in that manner and to be able to do that, you’re a coward.
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You’re, you’re a piece of shit you are. And I think most people would agree with me right there. Isn’t there’s no need to save face for this and be like, Oh my God, well, we don’t know a situation now, listen, there’s problems that we’ll all will have. I will have with you. You will have with me, people will have everywhere every day. You don’t go kill someone and just do atrocious thing. So then where they can’t even identify the body, you know, while again they have been assess of this was premeditated. It sure. Shit feels like it.
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Right? Sure. She feels like he had those text message interaction to, he knew he’s coming to me like a predator and then did what he did. So, you know, I have zero, you know, sympathy for, for people like that. But anyways guys, sorry to be another one of those heavy topics that you’re like, damn man, you promised me a LinkedIn video. I’m sorry. I will get that done. Eventually. I do appreciate you guys watching Nick.
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Always. I appreciate you guys liking and subscribing. There has been so much love for the channel that, that I am, I am beyond humbled to know that there are plenty of people out there that are like, yeah, let’s listen to this guy. He mispronounces a lot of things, a lot of the times, and he’s kind of awkward that, you know, it sounds weird, but yeah, let’s listen to him. So I hope that you enjoy your show. I hope you keep enjoying the show. I hope you kept spreading the videos. Like always you like and subscribe. And then, you know, I’ll keep doing my part to bring you a quality content with facts.
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Right? Cause that’s what matters at the end of the day are the facts that’s different today. Take care of herself. See ya.