I’m tired of being called a Conspiracy Theorist. If I know something and you don’t SHUT UP>

At the beginning of any war the lines are never clear. The person that tells you where the lines are being drawn and who is right must know something about it, and must be believed. Since I was in the Army 20 some years ago I have had to put up with crap that very few people know. If I did something, why is it so damn hard for people to understand. If I took a test and got an A does that mean it’s a phucking conspiracy because you have no clue about the test to begin with? I did things in the Army that due to my oath I am not allowed to tell anyone. But when something comes to light and is De-classified then why is it so hard to believe that maybe I might know something about it. If something was in beta testing when I was in don’t you think after 20 some years it would be light years ahead?

If you weren’t there training with me in boot camp how the phuck do you know what I know. Did you get tested on the effects of radiation, did you have to put on MOPP gear? http://www.armystudyguide.com/content/army_board_study_guide_topics/cbrn/5-levels-of-mopp.shtml Learn to give yourself an injection? Learn what chemicals, biological or nuclear effects were and such? Did you learn and have to go through CS gas training? I DID and I’m not paranoid or stupid or crazy. Were you there? Telling me I didn’t do something because you didn’t witness it is beyond stupid.

I’m sorry I am just pissed. I say no more for now…

Author: lordnelga

Freelance press photographer, photojournalist, investigative journalist.