Are you ready for something very interesting? This video from the 4th Psychological Operations Group dropped several days ago. I saw it the first night it started circulating on Telegram, but didn’t share it here because I wasn’t sure what to make of it.
Wikipedia describes the 4th PSYOP Group:
The 4th Psychological Operations Group (Airborne) (or 4th POG)(A) is one of the United States Army‘s active military information support operations units along with the 8th Psychological Operations Group (Airborne), which was activated 26 August 2011 at Fort Bragg. The 8th Group has responsibility for the 1st, 5th and 9th Psychological Operations battalions. The 4th Group has responsibility for the 3rd, 6th, 7th and 8th battalions, with a total of about 800 soldiers.
So why is this video so interesting? Let’s take a look.
This is a really different video and is clearly intended to convey all kinds of things. First, watch the video. It’s only 3:35 long. Then keep reading below. Don’t read anything more before you simply watch it so you get the experience of no preconceived ideas ahead of time.
So here is someone who has broken down the various components of the video. There are two main parts to the article. Be sure you read the entire thing. The comments are also quite interesting.
About that cryptic video…
This is a YouTube video released by the US Army’s 4th Psy-Op Group on May 3, 2022.
There’s lots going on here, and there is a huge proof in this video for Patel Patriot’s devolution series – one of the biggest yet. Let’s take a look together…
First, this is a slick, professionally produced, short motion picture. This is on par with something Activision would produce for an installment of their Call of Duty franchise. It cost a lot of money to make, and I assume the money came from the US Army’s recruiting budget. Here’s the odd thing – clandestine Army units like this DON’T make recruiting material, because that material brings unwanted attention.
Have you ever seen an official Delta Force recruiting video?
Exactly. A visit to the 4th Psy-Op Group’s Army webpage will show the proclamation;
“PSYOP is a difficult branch to research so don’t hesitate to reach out for help.”
Now they launched a YouTube channel and are making recruiting films – and a text message number to get more information? Something isn’t adding up. The logical conclusion here is that this isn’t a recruiting film. This is something else, like comms.
Comms directed at whom? Us? No, but we are part of the comm.
The overarching concepts here are:
An ominous warning
We are going to talk about both throughout this article.