(FiveNation.com)- According to new reports, the United States Army is reportedly preparing to conduct a “guerrilla warfare exercise” this month in North Carolina. The U.S. troops will be conducting an exercise against “freedom fighters.”
Their words, not ours.
The exercise will take place between January 22 and February 4 on private land, and will be known as Robin Sage. It will be the final test for people taking part in the Special Forces Qualification Course, and will take place in a fictional and politically unstable country that they are calling “Pineland.”
The United States Army John F. Kennedy Special Warfare Center confirmed that there will be real members of the U.S. military posting as “realistic opposing forces and guerrilla freedom fighters” as part of the “Pineland Resistance Movement.”
It’s a genuine exercise that will ensure that new recruits in the U.S. military have been successfully and sufficiently trained, but the idea that the U.S. Army is using phrases like “freedom fighters” in the first place is…curious.
Even more curious is the fact that a different Robin Safe exercise that took place in 2019 also showed these so-called “freedom fighters” waving a flag that said “liberty.”
What happened to the word “terrorist”? And why is the U.S. military parroting politically correct terms like freedom fighters?