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Dec 6 - Dozens of Troops Suspected of Advocating Overthrow of US Government


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 4 months ago '11        #26
GrindPOWER$  topics gone triple plat - Number 1 spot x37
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it would be crazy if this happen but if it does the country would be in chaos because you wouldn't know who with them
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 4 months ago '16        #27
Ghostface Killa  topics gone triple plat - Number 1 spot x3
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 mkhrt92 said 🔗
It's funny how the areas in which they want to attack are primarily white. They some truly backwards a$s thinking motherfu#kers.

"Hey, let's bomb the Helena, Montana power grid. That will show em"!!!
Why is that backwards?

 4 months ago '17        #28
dubsax  topics gone triple plat - Number 1 spot x2
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the issue for me isnt the who or the what its the whats next


this by law is punishable by death and should be

since we all know they wont then what will it really matter until it really happens


This is why I give china some respect
a while ago there was a scandal
where officials thinned the milk supply with melamine
and some kids died

melamine is usually a coating for wood

there wasnt a long trial
they found out who was guilty
dug a hole and shot all 13 of them in the head and let them drop
the footage was online for a bit

the entire process took maybe a month or two
guess what hasnt happened since

 4 months ago '22        #29
Tha Carter VII  topics gone triple plat - Number 1 spot x1
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Cut the cancer out. Dozens isn't even close to being a major threat, the danger they represented would be whatever their ideology/beliefs were possibly spreading & their numbers growing. Life in prison w/ out the possibility of parole sounds sufficient to me. They are beyond rehabilitation. 23 & 1 solitary at Leavenworth in Kansas. fu#k em
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 4 months ago '18        #30
Dehone 
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Military.com has reported that many of those efforts -- including the military-wide extremism training stand-down ordered by Austin -- were largely symbolic and were widely considered as just another box for commanders to check.


Uhhh….yeah. That’s exactly what happened when Vanessa Guillen turned up dead. Stand down week to act like the leadership gives a fu#k
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 4 months ago '23        #31
Yopa 
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The enemy within

 4 months ago '22        #32
Tha Carter VII  topics gone triple plat - Number 1 spot x1
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I had a friend that ran off back to his hometown the day we had to meet at HQ to fly to Iraq. He got caught a few months into out tour and got sentenced to Leavenworth, said that sh1t was unbearable.

 4 months ago '16        #33
kuul  topics gone triple plat - Number 1 spot x12
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I haven't heard of many military guys that approve of the president. Ive never heard anyone that likes the president ever really
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 4 months ago '15        #34
Teddy KGB 
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Dozens is not a lot considering there are over 2 million Servicemembers. I suspect the number is much higher, but still within comparable ratio to the civilian population.
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 4 months ago '05        #35
Rockstar718 
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 zone3cp said 🔗
One thing about the military…..They have undercover snitches in all social circles. From the gangsters, druggies, to the red necks.


OSI got a lot of my homies kicked out the MF in the Air Force.

Edit….They have MF’s who go undercover to infiltrate all social circles. It’s MF’s who will be tatted up with confederate flags that will be undercover in trumpster circles or a undercover black or latino dude who trap and gangbang on the side. they position these MF’s at every base. That sh1t wicked AF. The government has a lot of sh1t already thought out.
The United States has 18 different intelligence agencies. 18. Eighteen separate entities that operate for the sole purpose of amassing information and knowledge.
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 4 months ago '17        #36
Bradydidit1109  topics gone triple plat - Number 1 spot x1
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 Yopa said 🔗
Act of treason
Yep, the minute it’s verified. Hang em, publicly
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 4 months ago '04        #37
zone3cp 
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 Rockstar718 said 🔗
The United States has 18 different intelligence agencies. 18. Eighteen separate entities that operate for the sole purpose of amassing information and knowledge.
That part…..I wouldnt doubt they let Snowden get what they wanted him to have.
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Nobody truly wins but them.
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 4 months ago '18        #38
Dehone 
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 Teddy KGB said 🔗
Dozens is not a lot considering there are over 2 million Servicemembers. I suspect the number is much higher, but still within comparable ratio to the civilian population.
Most are smart enough to keep that sh1t as subtle as spouting far right wing talking points on social media. Most of them aren’t risking their careers, clearances and freedom to get directly tied in with those fools, especially when they got families to feed. They’ll shoot a box of bud light with their AR, call BLM a terrorist organization, criticize g@ys, women in the military and democrats, but they aren’t going out like McVeigh. Once they get that honorable discharge though, you’ll see them at the Jan 6 insurrection like Ashley Babbit.
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 4 months ago '22        #39
Tha Carter VII  topics gone triple plat - Number 1 spot x1
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 kuul said 🔗
I haven't heard of many military guys that approve of the president. Ive never heard anyone that likes the president ever really
When I was in noone was political except for the older, higher ranked guys from fly over states. You know Ive never actually thought about it, but you're right. I was in from 2003-2007, the only time I remember people giving a fu#k was during the 04 campaign, because of the Vote Or Die campaign was funded so well. All the rappers and entertainers were pro,oting it. It used to crack ,e up, I remember watching Puffy on tv during that time for Kerry, I was like there ain't no fu#king way Puffy like John Kerry irl
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It was just the evil, racist Republican agenda. The Cookie Monster could have ran and celebrities would have backed him that year. I was a criminal the whole time I was in and 80% of my boys were black, I used to p1ss them off trolling talking about how great Bush was
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 4 months ago '19        #40
GetYaCoinsKing  topics gone triple plat - Number 1 spot x1
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 Lord Funkington said 🔗
That's a whole other can of worms. I've had a few users on here tell me that they legitimately want a dictator. And I wouldn't be surprised if some of these accounts are from troll farms.
I'm sure we're missing some context here but go off...
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 4 months ago '23        #41
Yopa 
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 Bradydidit1109 said 🔗
Yep, the minute it’s verified. Hang em, publicly
The system will never go against itself, let it be a negro or Muslim & all hell will break lose

 4 months ago '15        #42
mr1914 
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That info about blowing the Baltimore grid is scary lowkey. You talking about damn near 3 million people in a metro area with no electricity, food, or water regardless of their race cla$s or religion.

Dude never needs to see the public again
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 4 months ago '15        #43
Lord Funkington 
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 GetYaCoinsKing said 🔗
I'm sure we're missing some context here but go off...
You told me you want Trump to suspend civil liberties and due process to run a campaign to stop crime.
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What context am I missing?

@🔗 also wants Trump to run with no term limits.

Sounds like yall want a dictator.
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 4 months ago '10        #44
Trilluminati GA 
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WOW!
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thats how you know
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 4 months ago '18        #45
Boxedin101  topics gone triple plat - Number 1 spot x1
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 4 months ago '04        #46
jaynat603  topics gone triple plat - Number 1 spot x1
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 HERMES said 🔗


An annual Pentagon report on extremism within the ranks reveals that 78 service members were suspected of advocating for the overthrow of the U.S. government and another 44 were suspected of engaging or supporting terrorism.

The report released Thursday by the Defense Department inspector general revealed that in fiscal 2023 there were 183 allegations of extremism across all the branches of military, broken down not only into efforts to overthrow the government and terrorism but also advocating for widespread discrimination or violence to achieve political goals.

The statistics indicate the military continues to grapple with extremism following its public denunciations and a stand-down across the services ordered by Defense Secretary Lloyd Austin in 2021. Furthermore, the numbers do not make it clear whether the military's approach is working. In 2021, the year the data was first released to Congress, there were 270 allegations of extremist activities. In 2022, that figure dropped to 146 before rebounding over the past year.


The Army had the most allegations in fiscal 2023 with 130 soldiers suspected of participation in extremist activity. The Air Force suspected 29 airmen; the Navy and Marine Corps reported 10 service members each. For the first time, the inspector general also reported numbers for the Space Force as a separate entity from the other services -- it suspected four Guardians of extremism.

The IG report also included instances of alleged criminal gang activity: There were 58 allegations of gang activity across the military.

However, the report did note that, out of all the suspected extremism and criminal gang activity, 68 of the total cases were investigated and cleared or deemed unsubstantiated.

In the U.S., extremist activity, including neo-n@zi, white supremacist and anti-government movements, has been growing, and numerous violent plots by veterans and even active-duty troops have been thwarted in recent years. Experts on extremist movements have warned about the growing potential of more violence and future attacks, similar to the Oklahoma City federal building bombing in 1995 that ki1led 168 and was carried out by an Army veteran.

In February, a former National Guardsman, Brandon Russell, who founded the Atomwaffen Division, a neo-n@zi hate group, was charged with plotting to blow up Baltimore's electrical grid and cause as much suffering as possible. Russell, who allegedly kept a framed photo of Oklahoma City bomber Timothy McVeigh, was sentenced to five years in prison in 2018 after an arrest in Florida for possessing explosives.

In the wake of the Jan. 6 siege of the U.S. Capitol building, the Pentagon tried to make a show of dealing with the problem of extremism among troops after it became clear that veterans as well as some active-duty troops were among the mob that stormed the halls of Congress in an effort to halt the certification of the 2020 election.

Military.com has reported that many of those efforts -- including the military-wide extremism training stand-down ordered by Austin -- were largely symbolic and were widely considered as just another box for commanders to check.

One active-duty noncommissioned officer said that, aside from the fact that no one was paying attention at the stand-down briefing he attended, the commander giving the lecture was "talking about what he thought were radical groups like Black Lives Matter."

The idea that far-left groups are just as problematic as far-right ones is a popular talking point among conservatives and Republican lawmakers. However, law enforcement officials and experts who study the topic have consistently noted that far-right groups espousing anti-government and white supremacist views are the biggest threat to the U.S. today.

The report also revealed that other efforts such as screening prospective recruits before enlistment are not working as well as intended.

Some recruiters did not complete all of the screening steps and "as a result, military service recruiters may not have identified all applications with extremist or criminal gang associations," according to the inspector general report.

"Further, the audit found that one military service entered data indicating applicants disclosed extremist or gang associations even though the applicants had not made such disclosures," the IG said, but it did not reveal which of the services falsely accused some of its recruits of having extremist ties.

What the report does make clear, however, is that when allegations are made, they are being referred for investigation, and when allegations are substantiated, some action is taken.

Of all the extremist and gang activity allegations, 135 were reported to military or civilian law enforcement, and 109 of the allegations were reported to another DoD organization or official.

Furthermore, 69 of all the allegations were substantiated at the time the report was written and the vast majority of those -- 50 -- were handled through administrative actions. That included involuntary discharge for 19 and counseling in three instances, while 17 more were handled by nonjudicial punishment and two went to court-martial.

There were no substantiated cases of extremism or gang activity where no action was taken.

While these figures, compared with the overall size of the services, are small, research and experts say that military service members and veterans pose an outsized danger to communities when they go down the path of extremism, given their increased familiarity with firearms and ability to organize and plan effectively.

In 2020, an Air Force sergeant at Travis Air Force Base in California pulled up to a federal courthouse in Oakland, California, in a white van and opened fire on security guards, ki1ling one before going on the run and murdering a county sheriff's deputy a week later as part of a larger plan to incite a civil war.

Also in 2020, members of a group that included two Marines and styled itself as a "modern day SS" were arrested on allegations that they were plotting to destroy the power grid in the northwest. U.S. court records in that case say members discussed recruiting other veterans, stole military equipment, asked others to buy explosives, and discussed plans to manufacture firearms.


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Terrorism been here that's homegrown but we call them police & politicians. Sleeper cells are mostly within the military so this is just the tip of the iceberg
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 4 months ago '22        #47
Tha Carter VII  topics gone triple plat - Number 1 spot x1
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I wanna go back to Ft Stewart one day. Hinesville is nothing special, but it was my home for 4 years and went through so much sh1t there off work it's mind blowing. I was always into some sh1t and always come out unscathed somehow. I lived for the day and didn't give a fu#k about repurcussions at all. On a dumbass, self destruction level, I escaped so much sh1t that should have had me fu#ked up. I seen a lot of good people end up in terrible circumstances & the only reason things didn't happen to me would be dumb luck. I used to feel guilty like why is all this sh1t happening to them & not me when deserve what happened to them more than they did? For some reason God got me through it w/ out a prison sentence or death.

 4 months ago '10        #48
Bandito  topics gone triple plat - Number 1 spot x7
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 Teddy KGB said 🔗
Dozens is not a lot considering there are over 2 million Servicemembers. I suspect the number is much higher, but still within comparable ratio to the civilian population.
The problem is this is who is in charge of large groups of troops. Triplet flow.

One active-duty noncommissioned officer said that, aside from the fact that no one was paying attention at the stand-down briefing he attended, the commander giving the lecture was "talking about what he thought were radical groups like Black Lives Matter."
sh1t rolls down hill and that's what's at the top.
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 4 months ago '17        #49
Its 
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I think it's always been that way
They need to stop lying to the people, that would help lol

 4 months ago '07        #50
sleep23rd  topics gone triple plat - Number 1 spot x1
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 projectd06 said 🔗
These idiots still think the president runs the country. We got thinkers and doers and these cats ain't the thinkers.
No… they KNOW white ppl run the country
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Y’all are stupid with y’all petty division of individuals
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