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America, We're Breaking Up

It’s not me; it’s you. We’ve been in this relationship for a while, and it’s just not working for me anymore. Not only have you tried to kill the majority of the population, but your lies and arrogance have made us a laughing stock across the globe. So, I’m not going to disgrace myself any further by playing party to your abhorrence. I’ll try my best to remember the fond memories of true patriotism and the building of a great nation, but I scarcely remember the feeling of being proud of you.

The beautiful America I remember

Let me explain. I joined the military out of high school because I felt a profound calling to serve my country—the country I swore to protect and defend with my life if that’s what I was called to do. So, when I was 22, I deployed to Afghanistan in support of Operation Enduring Freedom. Enduring Freedom—how could you not support something so dear to the soul of our nation? While I was in the Middle East, I felt like I was still living up to my oath, and my allegiance was stronger than ever. And then, I was involved in an incident that resulted in the death of five civilians between the ages of 12 and 20.

I was an absolute mess. While I was not the one who gave the orders or pulled the trigger, I was just as responsible for the role I played. I think of that night often and try to rationalize what happened. I tell myself we were protecting our troops, but sometimes I’m not so sure. As you can imagine, just writing this is incredibly difficult, but not as difficult as it was for those families who buried their children.

I’m not telling you this for sympathy or an opinion—I need to set up the foundation of my experience with the military and my disdain and mistrust for the government so we can move forward in our discussion.

On August 26, 2021, 13 U.S. service members were murdered in Kabul during American troops’ botched and hasty withdrawal. Yet, all I kept hearing on the news was that the intelligence community had no idea the Taliban would take over the country so quickly. I’m here to tell you that’s a load of horse shit. I was in the intelligence community for the better part of 8-years—I know everything they know, and I could have told you what would happen without reading any recent reports.

The coward-in-chief Biden said none of his many generals advised him to keep a contingent of forces in Afghanistan to aid in the country’s security. During an interview with Biden, George Stephanopoulos asked, “So no one told you—your military advisers did not tell you, ‘No, we should just keep 2,500 troops. It’s been a stable situation for the last several years. We can do that. We can continue to do that”? Biden’s response: “No. No one said that to me that I can recall.”

Left to Right: Gen. Mark Milley (Chairman JCC), SecDef Lloyd Austin, Gen. McKenzie

General Frank McKenzie, the commander of U.S. Central Command, testified under oath to the Senate Armed Services Committee that he recommended maintaining a small force of 2,500 troops in Afghanistan earlier this year. Well, someone is lying.

Another lie that we’ve been told by the person who this country is supposed to look up to in our darkest hour took place on July 21, 2021, when Biden stated, “If you’re vaccinated, you won’t get COVID-19.” It was bullshit then, and it’s bullshit now. Why hasn’t that old fool been barred from speaking in public because of his rampant and deadly misinformation?

Now I’d like to tie everything together regarding the military and the vaccines. But, first, let’s look at the percent increase in 2021 versus the average year of certain medical conditions among military members from the numbers given by the Defense Medical Epidemiology Database (DMED):


Average Year (2016-2020)

2021 (Partial)

% Increase v. Avg

Testicular cancer




Ovarian cancer




Breast cancer












Diseases of the nervous system








Multiple sclerosis




Acute Myocardial Infarction (heart attack)




Hypertension (High BP)




Infertility (female)




Infertility (male)




I don’t want to beat around the bush with this, so I’ll just come out with it: what the fuck is going on? Why are there so many increases in severe medical conditions for our military service members? These numbers started to increase in 2021 when the military was mandated by the government to be vaccinated or face discharge.

Government propagandists say the numbers from previous years are not complete and under reported. Again, I have to call bullshit on that notion. At the end of my military career, I was the Unit Status Report officer responsible for reporting any type of numbers regarding a unit you can imagine. The status report was done every single month to update big Army of our unit's readiness. Part of this information was medical in nature, and the information had to be precise down to the decimal point. To say the information in the DMED system is not factual or under reported now that there is a dramatic increase in severe medical conditions is both reckless and stupid.

Biden hanging his head in shame

We are being lied to by the highest echelons of government, and if you have the gall to stand up and ask them to explain themselves, you get erased from all social media platforms. This modern-day Damnatio memoriae is the cancel culture cult’s go-to weapon of choice. So the next time you read a news story full of fear-mongering, salacious tales, and banshee shrieking, ask yourself, “Am I being lied to?” The answer undoubtedly is yes.

I’m breaking up with America because I cannot, in good conscience, stand idly by while these ignominious actions are allowed to continue, and be grateful for the chance to do so. It’s time to wake up and walk away. Build your community around resilience and avoid the propaganda machine as much as possible. The managers of this country want mindless drones suckling from their teat until kingdom come. Break away from that narrative and start building your own.

Plant a garden, learn useful skills like grafting, strengthen your community, and above all else, learn what makes you tick as a person. Strong mental health is the foundation by which you can build a strong and resilient legacy.

Take care of yourself and your loved ones. Dark days are ahead, but they don’t have to be so bad if you, in the immortal words of John Michael Greer, “Collapse now and avoid the rush.”

Thank you for reading. Share your thoughts in the comments. If this article inspired something in your soul, please share it with someone who you think will benefit from the message.

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