posted on Aug, 29 2015 @ 08:22 AM
a reply to: Bedlam
only listened to the video once. but everything he said terminology wise was common vernacular and doesn't match up with the lingo of anybody I know
who actually does belong to any sort of military unit let alone "special" one's. now I know your history, and you do indeed know your lingo and did
actually serve. did you hear anything he said that sounded authentic?
all I heard is "I hate liars, I hate liars, I hate liars!" over and over again. now im no psychologist but to me that appears to be projection.
then he goes on to say military spec ops never, ever train in the civilian environment that its all done in combat towns. uh ok sure.
they do indeed train all the time on civilian structures loaned to them for the night. from airport hangars, and loaned commercial jets, to storming
high rise buildings in the middle of the night in blacked out helicopters to practice in. "combat towns" exist but don't meet all their needs. the
equivalent of storming the back lots of universal studios in a combat town doesn't always get the job done. sometimes you need to actually use real
buildings and structures. i mean afaik combat towns are made up of real concrete buildings but with fake power lines and poles and real staircases
and floors but i doubt they take the time to wire them all up, run all that conduit, have the equivalent of 100+ computers dosing their thing in each
and every building, routers, WiFi antenna, radio, transformers et al that will interfere with coordination like a actual city. what if the jade helm
folks are interested in just those how you work around them, how you exploit them, and how you can turn them on the enemy in a actual comvat zone
while maintaining cohesion across the board
i dunno. maybe I sound like more of an idiot than normal but i think this guy is fill of crap.