If I were the elected President, I would station the Friends of Tiger Woods in Washington D.C., where they’d be close at hand to defend the Constitution:
This should-be-famous photo of 35 Navy SEALs during Tiger Woods’ spell wanting to join them after the death of his Green Beret father always struck me as who would have ultimate power in the USA bereft of rule of law.
But nobody else seems to see it this way.
Well, we shall see…
I’m going to spoil this cope ahead of time. An ounce of black pilling now will save a pound of black pilling later.
We’re given to believe that special operations guys are a bunch of near-psychopaths with low GFP scores who are only kept in line by the promise that killing people for Uncle Sam will be more fun than killing people freelance. Supposedly, these are guys who strut around on deployment with full beards and uniforms out of regs to flex on everyone about how long it would take and how expensive it would be to train their replacement. I believed this narrative, and just like how universities used to be places for intellectual inquiry I believe the spec ops used to be a place for disagreeable, stubborn, cantankerous fuckheads such that some accoutrements of that culture (beards) are hanging on by a thread. But during a discussion about screening police recruits recently, I looked into the psychological screening process of special forces soldiers, which puts the lie to this narrative:
Physical performance, demographic, psychological, and physiological predictors of success in the U.S. Army Special Forces Assessment and Selection course
…Several psychological measures were predictive, including intelligence quotient, grade level equivalents, resilience score, military aptitude score, and grit (p < .05).
-Emily K. Farinaa,⁎, Lauren A. Thompsona, Joseph J. Knapika,b, Stefan M. Pasiakosa, James P. McClunga, Harris R. Lieberman
The typical special forces trainee who passes selection has a higher rank (officers were far more likely to pass than enlisted), at least a bachelor’s degree, high general personality factor with extremely high conscientiousness, no children, and verbally tilted IQs averaging in the 120s. This study looks at Ranger school but it’s true across all special operations services in the Western world. Please note that, except for measuring the ability to do pullups, these exact predictors could be used to select head girls for graduate departments in the humanities and social sciences.
Among psychological predictors, intelligence (full scale IQ and performance IQ) explained the largest proportion of variance (6% and 5%, respectively), followed by grade level equivalents (3%), verbal IQ (3%), resilience score (3%), ASVAB GT score (2%), and grit score (1%)…Prior reports found similar patterns such that general intelligence as measured by Wonderlic IQ scores  and ASVAB GT scores [4,8] explained a larger proportion of variance in SFAS selection outcome than grit scores measured by the Duckworth short grit scale. Cognitive ability has also been identified to be a primary predictor of success in academic  and other occupational settings [25,26], and is reported to be more strongly correlated with academic performance than grit  or conscientiousness , a measure highly correlated with grit .
In my opinion, many of these selection criteria are a mistake due to motivated reasoning. What we ought to be selecting for is men who are moderately high in conscientiousness and resilience and extremely high in grit (i.e. pure stubbornness), and otherwise extremely low in GFP, who are kept in line by an ideological loyalty to American civilization. Of course, that would mean the potential for them to protect the Constitution from enemies foreign and domestic, which goes against the political interests of the people paying for these training courses. So instead we get head girls with muscles who will never oppose the Narrative of anti-racism and will always require black conservative proxies to express their better instincts. A head girl presiding as judge does not become a patriarch just because she follows the fashion of putting on a powdered wig, and a soldier who grows his beard out because breaking the rules in the prescribed way is “just what you do” is not going to bat for a hundred million James Fields.
More to the point, Jocko Willink is not going to shoot anybody to defend statues of white men. He’s just not.
Civilization, law, and order support the reproductive strategy of cishetero white men, who sexually select primarily for beauty, which is why civilizations run for the benefit of white males become more beautiful over time. The feminists and minorities were right all along: civilization, law and order, and truth and beauty are all manifestations of white supremacy, and anyone who runs from this idea because RACISM will be useless to protect them. White nationalism has nothing to do with principles or universal morality, it’s nothing more or less than facing extinction and saying “No.” The rest is logistics.
As a final point, psychopaths and self-aware sociopaths are actively screened out:
These are the things you shouldn’t do, ever if you want to get selected and move on to an active Special Operations unit.
Not Taking Everything Seriously
This will sound crazy perhaps but many of the candidates get off on the wrong foot on Day 1 and it can end up costing them down the road. Many of the young soldiers coming into Selection are focused on the physical side and only that. There is a good reason to, the courses are designed to smoke you and wear you down. But remember “Assessment Never Ends”, you’ll hear this often. Remember it and don’t ever forget it.
You’ll be asked to take a battery of psychological tests and they’re quite lengthy. Some of the questions will seem odd and make no sense. And you’ll get asked the same questions multiple times but it will be worded differently. It is designed that way to see if you’re telling the truth and taking it seriously. It is designed to identify potential psychopathic or sociopathic tendencies in some candidates.
While working at SFAS, there were a few, not a lot of soldiers who took this part of Selection as a joke. This isn’t the time to be cavalier, it matters, everything does. Not answering truthfully will raise its head in the test and it may ultimately cost you.
I think this selection factor is a great idea but it also mediates against the possibility of special forces guys chimping out and Making Boogaloos Real Again. What they’ll actually do is preach black conservatism while practicing white flight.
Stop looking around for the adults in the room to restore order. We’re it. If you need a boost, watch The Two Towers again.
Don’t turn fantasy into something it isn’t. Keep your reasons and your realism separate in your headcanon.