posted on Sep, 9 2009 @ 04:10 PM
First of all, that's how the flag is worn on BDUs. Been that way for awhile. It's a throwback to the cavalry days, when a flag would stream out
behind as they charged in. That's what it represents.. the flag flying back as the soldier moves forward. It doesn't mean distress or anything
else. Just the correct way to wear it (and on the right arm, which the military considers the side of honor, on the right).
Second, that doesn't look like any barracks I've ever been stationed in. Maybe a cushy AFB or something...
We certainly didn't have closets, and we had footlockers, which were always locked, not cozy wooden cabinets. Of course I was in the service in the
mid-80s, perhaps times have changed. The floor I think is tile. If it's highly polished tile floor, could be a barracks, I suppose.
But then, I find it very hard to believe any U.S. soldier would make MULTIPLE videos, and no one has caught wind. He'd be Court Martialed by now, if
they had found him making videos about ANY event he might have heard about while serving. That's treason, if you sign on the dotted line, no matter
what your beliefs are.
Could just be some guy who reads too much Soldier of Fortune, and loves creating conspiracy videos. Without further proof, this is just a lot of
blah-blah-blah. I'd find it hard to believe a soldier who is still stationed in any barracks would have knowledge of all this, while NCOs and
Officers do not. Or do, and don't think the U.S. should know we are going to be nuked and the like.