In a day and age where everyone is über sensitive, real men are under daily attack by the elitists.

Modern progressives seem to prefer manly women and effeminate men. But throughout history, the Warrior Ethos has compelled men and women to battle enemies in spite of fear.

My friend, Chris “Snowman” Sajnog, retired Navy SEAL Chief Petty Officer, has lived this Ethos.

He was hand selected by Navy Special Warfare Command to develop the curriculum for the current US Navy SEAL Sniper training program. As a Navy SEAL he was the senior sniper instructor, a certified Master Training Specialist (MTS), BUD/S and advanced training marksmanship instructor.

Chris‘ article is worth reading and sharing: this instruction is for all of us who need direction, discipline and mental toughness.

But this article is especially for the men, and boys who will soon be men: our nation sorely needs men who are tough enough to stop all threats who would destroy their loved ones and their country.

Si vis pacem, para bellum. TJ

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Across the ages every great society has celebrated and revered a great warrior tradition and passed on the stories of these hero’s in folklore.

We can look back to the Spartans, Roman Legion, Vikings, Knights, Samurai, or Aztecs and each time we will find that a strong warrior class coincided with a strong nation.

The warrior spirit is alive and well here in the greatest nation in history.

Although it lives in the hearts and minds of the greatest fighting force in the world, our society is beginning to shun warriors and move them down the social ladder.

At the turn of the 20th century warfare began to move away from the martial art of combat and move towards a more mechanical, detached system of destruction.

This has changed society’s view of what it means to be a warrior and paved the way towards a society that now teaches our boys to be less masculine and more feminine.

Now, we’re so far off track that it’s even OK to choose what gender you’d like to be (“Sorry God, you made a mistake.”) – but not OK to train like warriors in an effort to defend…

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