World’s First All-Female Special Forces Unit: Norway’s Jegertroppen

April 17th, 2017

Via: NBC:

This firefight is just a drill, but the soldiers taking part are battling to break down one of the final barriers to women serving in the armed forces. They are training to become part of Norway’s Jegertroppen or “Hunter Troops” — the world’s first all-female military special forces unit.

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11 Responses to “World’s First All-Female Special Forces Unit: Norway’s Jegertroppen”

  1. cryingfreeman Says:

    Utter madness. Women just do not possess the physical attributes for this. No amount of training can bridge that gap; it’s like having 12 year old boy special forces and expecting them to be on a par with the grown men.

    But the Marxist equality agenda must go on, even if it means losing in war. Look across the border at Sweden, where the same reality-denying worldview has brought them to the brink of self-extinction. No amount of murder and violent rapes can induce the Swedish hivemind to shuffle off its virtue-signalling mantle of Emperor’s Clothing. They would rather appear right than risk being called bigots. It’s been a masterclass in Bernaysian social engineering.

    I can imagine Russian Spetznaz operators’ reaction to this news from Norway. The Norwegians are saying, “Oh, but the girls carry the same packs as the men do”… You know what that means, don’t you? Yup. The bar has been lowered for the men, just to make this crazy project work. And the Russians know about it. And are laughing their socks off.

  2. Eileen Says:

    @cryingfreema, Was your comment in jest? I do not know who you are. I do not know what your physique may be. But please don’t diss women who want to go to war and fight for country and valor. Yeah verily, I identify with these womenfolk. I’d take a pitchfork to anyone who I felt threatened by and it has NOTHING to do with Marxism, Equality, or any other label you want to put on it. Anyone, whatever color, religion, or creed, I am going to fight for my gingklcuf ass if you come after me.
    And yeah verily, women CAN carry a pack no matter what it weighs. I lifted my 140 pound Mother out of her wheel chair 20 times a day for ten years.
    Sorry Cryingfreeman, you sound like you have been sitting on your ass and crying freedom for too long, without any idea of how much work it takes to “cryfeedom.” Can’t help my comment but you really chapped my ass tonight. I guess our comments – yours and mine are both over the top that Kevin will have to censor.

  3. cryingfreeman Says:

    Eileen, that’s me scolded then!

    But, at the risk of inciting further ire, I reiterate that women are not equal to men; why, all men are not even equal to all men. If that were so, I could beat the world heavyweight boxing champion. Or the world chess champion at chess.

    It has been well documented that western armies have been lowering fitness and weight-carrying standards to make it easier to meet the agenda-driven quotas. The outcome has been loss of morale among the males. And rapes.

    It is also well documented how highly trained women compare to barely pubescent boys in sports; look it up, the US women’s soccer team was recently thrashed by a team of boys under the age of 14. The Germans undertook the same experiment a few years back with the same outcome. And the same in Australia with theirs, so these are not anomalous events. Yet these girls are demanding equal pay to top class male footballers. In the name of “equality”.

    It’s very much a sad state of affairs when red pill people can’t call a spade “a spade” among each other. Your reaction to my opening comment is a tragic specimen of the extent to which the toxin has spread. But no matter how much it annoys people, the truth remains the truth: equality is a lie. You want to be a strong woman? Be feminine, not feminist.

    Kevin, if you feel the need to not publish this, I will understand!

  4. anothernut Says:

    The great-great-great-…-great-grandmothers of the fish speakers!

  5. prov6yahoo Says:

    When it comes to women’s professional soccer and tennis I believe they both bring in more revenue than the men; therefore these women have good reason to be paid more then their male counterparts, but of course nobody ever gets paid what they deserve, they get paid what they ask for or demand.

  6. Eileen Says:

    @cryingfreeman -Touche! reading my comment to you again and your response to it today I was bummed that I “flipped out” regarding your comment about women being “lesser to men.”
    Don’t know what your religion, or if you have one is. I know now I responded in anger to your comment because I spent last week attending masses (4) in the Byzantine Catholic Church to keep company with my Aunt Maddie.
    I left most every mass so ANGRY about the misogyny in the Byzantine Church. Was so upset that the Priest would not mention Mary Magdalene by name. She is my heroine. The females in that religion are about the only redeeming qualities I have found in it. Your comment just set me off on my spew.
    For therapy, I watched the Da Vinci Code. And yab-a-dab-a-doo. Sanity.
    From the sounds of it, don’t think you are asking for an apology from me. And I thank you for the dialog on this issue. So glad Kevin censor didn’t censor our dialog. He has had to censor me before :-). I used to write about putting Dick Cheney’s head on a pike.
    Peace. E

  7. Eileen Says:

    @Anothernut- Wow! and thank you for the info. I really love hearing stories about female warrior’s which in my long years of life have been suppressed.

  8. cryingfreeman Says:

    Eileen, never worry, these are prickly issues, I know.

    I’m a Protestant of the Reformed / Puritan variety, just so you understand where I’m coming from. I come from Northern Ireland which is substantially an ultra conservative region, plus my wife is Russian and we live in Latvia, where political correctness does not yet exist.

    For example, on TV here (not that I watch any) there is a Russian show called “Teach Your Wife How to Steer”, in which hapless young women are given lessons in driving by their stern, gruff young husbands (of which Russia is replete), and the studio analysts laugh at the sparks that fly – including those from the grated bodywork of the horribly driven cars. A show like that would never see light of day west of the Oder river, for obvious reasons.

    @prov6yahoo: You have been not just a little misinformed about that, but outrageously so. You should look into the wealth involved in all the top national leagues in European football; it’s many orders of magnitude greater than what trickles down to the women’s game. England’s best paid male footballer (W Rooney) gets approximately 240 (two hundred and forty) times the salary the top female player gets.

  9. Eileen Says:


    I do not understand but can’t even guess what a Reformed/Puritan religion might even mean. And you live in Latvia? And have a Russian wife? How cool is that?
    My family, paternal and maternal immigrated to the U.S. from eastern Slovakia in the late 1800’s or early 1900’s as per the gravestones. Only one of the second generation survives, my Aunt Maddie.
    Thank you so much for letting me know where you fare from. I live now in what is called the Rust Belt of America, in Pennsylvania, 5 miles as the crow flies from the Ohio border. One mile north of I-80 where all the weather forecasts become discombobulated.
    Yah. And what used to be a two land road in front of this house has become a five lane highway. Aren’t enough swear words around to express my frustration with the noise and pollution (cars from Ohio aren’t required to have emission exhaust checks). So frustrating.
    Nonetheless, What a flucking TV show. Wow, but Latvia sounds about in tune with where I live, on another side of the plantet. What is that word, rednecks?
    I turned off the cable after my Mother passed in 2010 and only have one tv left that will play all of those DVD’s that I bought while caring for my Mom. And I don’t need to hear, listen, or see all that crap on the TV. Anymore it is all about murder and crime. This whole planet needs a giant detoxification regime re the flucking TV and the “news.” But that might overtax all of the sewers.
    But thank you CryingFeeman. You gave me a whole new perspective on life this week and for that I THANK YOU ( Head bent down in respect). E

  10. Eileen Says:

    Oops all is not lost here in my homeland. The orchards (my Dad’s near the road and the one I planted in the back) are blooming and a virtual splendor. Wldlife such as deer, turkey and cranes rodents are abundant. Not too shabby a place to live.

  11. cryingfreeman Says:

    Eileen, thank you for that. And the Rust Belt sounds charming!

    Eastern Europe in general might be considered more “redneck” than most of the West, no doubt about it. And feminism, the gay agenda, multiculturalism… those things visibly don’t exist here. And throughout the Baltics at least, there is none of the ethnic rainbow mix so loved in the West. It’s very unusual to see a non-white face.

    But the people are cold. I mean, really cold. And in Latvia there are two nationalities: the ethnic Lats and the Russians. The Lats are a very distant people, hard to get to know, not easy to have banter with, whereas the Russians are generally warmer, friendlier, but sadly often scummier too.

    There is a language police as well, whose job it is to penalise shopkeepers who won’t put signage up in the all-pervasive, yet horribly impenetrable, Latvian language. And the law forbids Latvian passports to vast numbers of Russians born here who cannot speak Latvian fluently, a situation which Putin has been milking for propaganda gain.

    The worst thing, though (apart from the NATO buildup and what it may portend), is the early evidence that the EU or other western organs are trying to “enlighten” the Lats about political correctness. My concern would be that the Lats, in their mindset of hate-all-things-Russian, will eventually embrace that particular aspect of western social engineering.

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