US Military Has Been Radicalized For Long Time, Remember Communist Spenser Rapone?

US Military Has Been Radicalized For Long Time, Remember Communist Spenser Rapone?

News, over the last week, has gone viral about the radicalization of the US Military, however media and experts have known for at least 4 years about the problems deep in the soul of the West Point, and have done nothing at all to stop radical jihadist from getting training there. Top-notch military training at US Taxpayer cost, from historic US Military institutions.

Rapone, a spokesman for the Democrat Socialists while at West Point, a supporter of Bernie Sanders, appears to use his Twitter account to only retweet things he supports, often retweeting pro-Jihad, Pro Rashida Talib, Ilhan Omar, and Hamas. SEE THIS FLASHBACK

Rapone was a part of a Communist Revolution while at West Point, and for him to do so during the current conflict with Israel, is even more curious.  Rapone’s social media is a hotbed of proof that the red-Green Axis, which is currently full of Community Organizers and activists who are at war with the American Republic.

The Red- Green axis says that Communists will unify with the far left greenies of America to bring the country down. The Hamas Radicicalistion of our young people has gone on for a long time.

To have their Utopia endless revolution, the left believes they are at war with injustices, even when they have to create their boogeymen out of nothing.  Then they have something to unify against and fight with. They are lovers of war, panic, chaos, hatred, and strife. Rapone and Tlaib are soulmates.

I wrote about Rapone in Oct. of 2017 for Big League Politics:

Expert: Marxist West Point graduate acted out because of ‘void where mom should be’

A leading pediatric developmental expert told Big League Politics that when she saw how Marxist Army 2nd Lt. Spencer Rapone was caught behaving, she recognized his disconnect with his own mother.

“There is a void in values where there is no mom,” said Burlington, North Carolina pediatrician Dr. Rosemary Fernandez Stein.Whenever a young man, seemingly patriotic and successful, acts up, she wonders about his relationship with his mother, she said.

Rapone posted photos of himself wearing a tee-shirt with the face of Cuban revolutionary Ernesto “Che” Guevara after he was commissioned at the May 21, 2016 graduation ceremony at the United States Military Academy at West Post, N.Y.

The young infantry officer, now serving with the 10th Mountain Division, Fort Drum, N.Y., posted a photo of himself with a clenched fist and in the other hand holding his uniform cap with a white card on the inside with the words: “Communism Will Win.”

In other social media posts, such as Twitter and Reddit, Rapone posted hundreds of times about his idols, influencers, and immense pride in professional wrestling’s Straight Edge Society subculture doing his best to celebrate historical figures associated with socialism, communism, and Marxism.

One of his Straight Edge heroes is CMPunk, who left the WWE to become a professional mixed martial arts fighter with the Ultimate Fighting Championships circuit.

“Behind every great man is a mom who almost died for her child,” said the physician, who lays out her view that a strong mother is vital to a child’s development in her book “Who Needs A Village? It’s A Mom Thing.”

In addition to her book and speaking engagements, “Dr. Rose” hosts a twice-monthly radio program on Fayetteville’s WFNC-AM.

BLP review of Rapone’s mother’s Facebook page revealed that his mother had no pictures of her soldier son after 2012, even though there are events such as her son Kyle’s graduation from Syracuse University and her engagement and 2013 wedding with her new husband—where she captions the photos as being with her children.

In 2013, Rapone wrote in a Reddit post: “Tell my tale to those who ask. Tell it truly; the ill deeds along with the good, and let me be judged accordingly.”

Tommy Diana, Las Vegas, a longtime family friend, told Big League Politics the Rapone family was a great family despite the parents’ divorce.

Diana said she grew up with Mary Beth Pavia Suchonic, the officer’s mother.

“Spencer was an altar boy in a small western Pennsylvania town,” she said. Rapone grew up in New Castle, Pennsylvania, and his father, Richard L. Rapone, is the treasurer of Lawrence County.

“We were shocked to find out what Spencer had written from West Point,” she said.

The friend of the mother said she suspects that Rapone was influenced by social media and cultural influences, and life on college campuses.

“Those destructive powers can only turn a few kids, but they got a brilliant one with Spencer,” he said. “It is frustrating.”

Stein said choosing communism while serving in the American military and exhibiting his Che Guevera tee-shirt are not the actions of a West Point graduate or an adult.

“When I see children making tragic choices, I see a void where the mom should be,” she said.

“The power of mom can overcome the power of darkness,” she said. “Mothers are the people in the home, who drag their children back from dark places that culture can take them to, no matter how uncomfortable it can get, so I ask, where is the mother?”

Stein said it is significant that Rapone became fixated on CMPunk, who played a sociopath when he was with the WWE.

“He would not choose to follow someone who would change his core values,” he said. “CMPunk was using rhetoric mostly likely, but the people who follow him into their adulthood and mimic him are not making adult choices.”

Rapone was one of 25 combat veterans among the 953 graduates that day, and growing up, he was considered a patriotic and devout young man.

The photos of Rapone started popping up in the media and on the Internet in the last week of September. Still, the junior officer’s real walk onto the national stage was when he weighed in on the social justice debate with an essay he posted Aug. 16 at “The Confederate Collaboration of West Point.” The essay accused West Point of celebrating the defenders of slavery.

“Whether you are a soldier, cadet, or civilian, the judgment of history is upon us. To cling to an imagined objectivity or neutrality is to remain a coward,” he wrote.

When the controversy broke, Rapone’s father turned to Facebook to address the issues his son’s actions raised.

“As a young man, Spenser personified patriotism and in high school was a member of the Civil Air Patrol,” he wrote.

His son did not go to West Point right away; rather, he enlisted in the Army after high school and was later deployed to Afghanistan with the Army Rangers, he said.

“It’s my belief when he returned back from Afghanistan there was a notable difference in his political views,” his father said. “Spenser is my son and I love him dearly, however, I do not like nor condone his politics, his actions or behavior.”

The county treasurer did not respond to BLP’s request for comment, and his Facebook page has been disabled.

By 2018 he had resigned and been given a dishonorable discharge as reported by  The Atlanta Journal-Constitution:

A West Point graduate and Army officer has resigned after investigators said he advocated for a communist revolution.

Further reading about Marxism in the US Military:

Second Lt. Spenser Rapone, 26, received a “less than honorable discharge” from the Army on Monday, less than one year after he posted a series of photos on Twitter of his West Point graduation, displaying messages of communist support hidden under his military uniform.

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