Kerry Patton

Kerry Patton, a combat disabled veteran, is the author of 'Sociocultural Intelligence: The New Discipline of Intelligence Studies' and the children’s book 'American Patriotism'.

Most Recent Articles by Kerry Patton:

Did Hezbollah, Foreign Agents, and Unions infiltrate the Republican Party?

Jan 22, 2013 — Kerry Patton

“Republicans are nothing more than Democrats in disguise,” a conservative friend told me recently. More and more conservatives are displeased with the Republican Party. Some believe the party has actually been infiltrated by not only left leaning persons but foreign influencers and Islamists as well.


Syria’s covert war potentially includes journalists serving as spies

Dec 26, 2012 — Kerry Patton

Syria’s ongoing atrocities have led to multiple discoveries revealing unprecedented amounts of covert activities. An array of international players exist in Syria however most observers solely focus on the Assad regime or his opposition comprising of the Free Syrian Army (FSA). There is so much more to the situation in Syria going unreported and it constitutes internationally led covert activities and the illegal incorporation of journalists serving as spies.


Diminishing American power increases extortion abroad

Dec 12, 2012 — Kerry Patton

Imagine traveling abroad for pleasure, business, or to give a bit of charity then find yourself locked up in a foreign prison for reasons that make absolutely no sense. Imagine being charged for a crime only a third world country could uphold.  Imagine no one coming to your rescue.


Giving a gift of honor this Christmas season

Dec 10, 2012 — Kerry Patton

I have endured physical pain and tremendous amounts of emotional suffering in ways only my brethren who have fought alongside me could ever understand. Yet, for several years, as I struggle with my own pain and suffering, many have done everything in their power to socially castrate my honor and the honor of my brethren.


The Palestinians Hudna for Statehood

Nov 26, 2012 — Kerry Patton

Living under constant threats of rocket attacks, Israel launched “Operation Pillar Defense” on the 14th of November. Approximately seven days later, on November 21st, a ceasefire was established temporarily ending the violence in Gaza and throughout other locations inside Israel.


Five days into Operation Pillar Defense and its current outcomes

Nov 19, 2012 — Kerry Patton

On the 14th of November, Israel launched Operation Pillar Defense. Initiated as an air campaign, Israel is now staging ground forces on the Gaza border. Hamas has been crippled but fighting continues.


You want to thank me on Veterans Day?

Nov 11, 2012 — Kerry Patton

After returning from war, I was privileged to do a lot of research. That research was heavily related to Post Traumatic Stress Disorders (PTSD). I learned a lot. Unfortunately, what I learned wasn’t refreshing at all. But this isn’t about PTSD.


From Truman to Obama, Democrats fail in US foreign policy

Oct 29, 2012 — Kerry Patton

Foreign policy is the essential system of systems to ensure a nation’s survivability. A very clear pattern exists when it comes to the last six Presidents aligned with the Democratic Party. Each one of them led disastrous missions leaving many persons killed proving foreign policy blunders.


Defense contractors in the hot seat—again!

Oct 22, 2012 — Kerry Patton

The moment a whistleblower delivered a cell phone video of a few defense contractors drunk and stoned in Afghanistan, the controversy about such patriots re-sparked an old flame. Remember, it wasn’t long ago that Blackwater became an overnight household name. Today, Jorge Scientific, a large defense contractor out of Virginia has emerged as the new American villain operating overseas.


Governor Romney’s study guide for the upcoming foreign policy debate

Oct 12, 2012 — Kerry Patton

The Vice Presidential debate concluded and only two more debates will occur before this upcoming November election. Governor Romney is racing to get his ducks in order for next week’s foreign policy debate. He doesn’t need stacks of documents to study—he only needs this one article.


The passing of CSM Basil L. Plumley

Oct 10, 2012 — Kerry Patton

The 2002 movie “We Were Soldiers” depicted US Army Command Sergeant Major Basil Plumley as a true warrior willingly accepting the call to battle. Played by actor Sam Elliot, CSM Plumley was Lt. Gen. Hal Moore’s right hand man. He and General Moore stayed life-long friends till CSM Plumley’s last breath which has been confirmed by Georgia’s Columbus Hospice at 0400hrs on October 10th 2012.

For several weeks now, General Moore’s Facebook page has been keeping many abreast toward CSM Plumley’s health. According to General Moore’s page, “Old Iron Jaws,” as many of his troops often referred to the Command Sergeant Major, went into hospice care on October 1st.


Natural healing for veterans

Oct 10, 2012 — Kerry Patton

As a vet who conducts extensive research about a lot of things, I am asked by my brothers-in-arms all the time what I think about the current PTSD epidemic running rampant among our troops. I also hear about more and more veterans coming forward searching for alternative measures to assist their well-being. We have all heard about the PTSD epidemic in America and many of us have heard stories about veterans returning home—some of these stories are horrifying. Vets need help and some are searching for alternative means to get their feet back on the ground. Hopefully, the below will assist some high functioning PTSD sufferers but keep in mind, none of the below should be construed as medical advice.


Social media, the US intelligence community, and continued failures

Oct 7, 2012 — Kerry Patton

After creating a Facebook “Fan Page,” I felt quasi-obligated to inform some present and former intelligence officer friends of mine about the new initiative. The page is strictly meant to serve as a national security platform without any political twist—true open source collection and analysis in one easy to find location. The blow-back received was incomprehensible.


The global subversive fiasco

Sep 28, 2012 — Kerry Patton

By now, people realize that something very mysterious is taking place globally. That something isn’t just a default caused by elected officials—inept protectors.  No.  It is a very complex unseen phenomenon called subversion.  And, it’s happening right before our very eyes.


Secession in Spain—civil war forecasted

Sep 25, 2012 — Kerry Patton

Spain has always had a serious domestic issue which often evolves into violence. The Basque movement, an openly socialist movement, has already gained a privileged financing system with Spain throughout the Basque and Navarre regions. Today, the Catalonia region of Spain is threatening secession if Spain does not grant similar privileges.