army

For Spain

It´s in spanish. Long time I haven´t wrote in my native lenguage. Yep, it is one of the many
chants we had to learn in the Spanish Legion, like my religion but as a bad religous person I am…. I just went along at the end, why would I to I have to remember this s…t. But, I knew this one though,
since we are chanting this in honour of our brother or brothers that died. Which at the same time motivates us those that live for now. Hope you got it….. that live for now.

Por España
El que quiera que la defienda
Honrado muera
Y al traidor que la abandone
No tenga quien lo perdone
Ni en tierra santa cobijo
Ni una cruz en sus despojos
Ni la mano de un buen hijo
Para cerrarle los ojos
Por España, Libre!

Stay Frosty gents and gentesses.

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hero of…. the universe!

Yes believe it or not that is me, I was that crazy.
Technically a mercenary, since the state paid my services,
in two very comfortable countries.
I only have that photo of me to post, and that is enough.
You see the other idiots back in the Humvee as Americans call it,
we had an even cooler name ¨The VAMTAC¨, it was designed for a strategic unstratigical map.

I was in charge of those idiots behind me, got the photo taken and not because I asked for,
and go figure what my, my, idiots are doing. Probably acting if they are doing something,
so nothing, quite intense heat to say the least, and me the other idiot pulling guard.
Fucking idiots those 4 guys I was in charge off, yes crazy priest did do that.
Love you guys my crazy idiots and start learning english.

Stay Frosty gents and gentesses.

I was a soldier but anti-military

See you people stinging a poor bee, lying around,
books on handaround and my nice computer,
I think it will end up in the future.

Look at that stud, HEEEEEEEERO! HEEEEEWO! HE… DRUNK
I´m in the mud,
best and worst time of my life,
and that is actually nice.

Believe it or not, I was a infantry combat soldier,
that picture was Afghanistan 2005, I was before in Irak,
and it all did suck, but that´s the job.
Mother told me, ¨You are not a military person.¨
Agreed, but I was good at it, was in charge of 4 other guys,
fucking crazy Charly Brown if I think about it, we did good for
the good people there and if we got shot at we did bad to those who had,
a rifle in hand,
but I did hated the politics of the army,
quick example,

We had a guy, this was in my first week of basic training,
telling us that if you drove the ¨Humvee¨ too fast over a bush,
or some even crazier thing than that, created climate chance.
Not bullshiting, pure truth is you can believe it, Socialist government, tell us
to not go over a tree or shoot through trees, since they are obviously very important.
Just a funny one this one, they where worst,
politics in the combat infantry army young man… just take a hike and be hungry.

Stay Frosty gents and gentesses.

I´m not alone

Can you believe that I can relate to some random guy in a YouTube documentary?
It seems that I do. Some people tell me to not to watch those documentaries,
but I do. Why? I have no rational explanation I can give you.

The documentary is about the 100 and first airborne division in Afganishit,
sorry, I meant to say Afghanistan.

This guy says,¨there is no job I haven´t done but I just get bored,
so I joined the army.”
Wich eventually got me thinking that what is wrong with me, did I need that
to feel like a man, or to just feel the adrenaline rush, or to kill, or…
there are a bunch of or… I´m just curious to myself.

If I really dig down in my soul
as to why I did two deployments. One deployment you are new, you want to prove yourself
and proof to the other guys around you that you have the balls to do the job, but why the second when it actually was voluntarily, they did ask pretty much the whole battalion who wanted to go, so why I choose to go? I have no idea.

I do remember those days as the best time in my life, because of the guys around me.
Obviously the tragic moments I´m not fond off.

Point being is what a fucked up head that I have to feel myself good in a environment
that is deadly. Still can´t figure it out after 9 years out of the SPANISH army.

Stay Frosty gents and gentesses.

A hero

Belive it or not that is my image shot.
Believe it or not I saved people who where shot.

Not only in the cool army
But 3 others in the Spanish family

Why? No clue
But I did know the sky was blue

When transients were walking by this ill people
It just happens a strange miracle

You either do it or not
I never felt in the middle of that not

In my case, you react

Hero…funny word. I´m an alcoholic, drug addict,
Hero… I did looked good in the uniform though
Hero bro.

3 posts in one night….out of here.

Stay Frosty gents and gentesses.

the brotherhood

Young men full of pride,
cockiness is one word they can not hide.
They train intensively for battle, wanting blood inside,
that cage that they will rattle.
Then, reality hits them when they get to experience the real mortality,
but for most,
the training is so ingrained in them,
they take pride(some) and find a place in their,
their minds are set in neutrality
working and working with that mortality.
People from all walks of life,
really putting their life´s
in each others knifes.
That small group of men, a young one normally,
are the brotherhood, you don´t really like the guy next to you,
but in most intensest you can bet your life that he will do his job
to protect you and me goes to him….I think I lost a ring,
that is brotherhood, not friendship.

Stay Frosty gents and gentesses.