About me

I served in the US Army for 9 years and collected a lifetime of experiences, mental, and physical problems. I was in combat on the ground and then took to the skies. I amassed 38 months of combat time, hundreds of combat patrols in a silly humvee, and thousands of hours sitting in a UH-60 helicopter as a crew chief and a door gunner. I also spent thousands of hours turning wrenches on the UH-60 and eventually being a leader type person to other people who turned wrenches.

All of this happened with undiagnosed C-PTSD, TBI, and schizoaffective disorder (schizophrenia and borderline personality disorder) boiling away inside of my brain.

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Once upon a time, I believed the story that I was told on and since September 11, 2001. Threats and fear of terrorism gripped the nation. We went to war over these fears. Then, we realized that once the machine of war is started, it is difficult to stop.

This was on my birthday (September, 11). So as a young kid, I had no way of making my own informed decisions. So I joined the Army.

Since my deployments to combat zones, and seeing people in other cultures, I realized that a lot of the things that we were told was untrue.

Thus the mission of my website and my writings is to bring issues to light that the population typically does not see. There is a mass of information that does prove to be difficult to sort through. I have chosen to undertake this mission because I feel it is important to plant the seeds of truth and the gentle push towards everyone asking questions. Like why in 2020 are we still at war over the events of September 11, 2001?


In addition, due to my combat experiences, I have the side effect of several mental disorders who writes. Writing is my therapy. I write in a manner that mimics how my brain functions. Everything is real or based on real events. The darkness is just as real as the light.