TREASON RogueOps is a fast-moving thriller that will immerse you in the intense brutal threats raging against America. There is nothing flat about this book. You will find yourself lost in its pages, surrounded by a dynamic story that paints mental pictures as it assaults your senses and keeps you bolted to your seat the whole way through. RogueOps connects the necessity to wage open warfare against those hell-bent on destroying Western Civilization, America’s foreign and domestic enemies operating openly.
At the core is ‘cultural marxism’, hollywood sedition, the Marxist media, kindergarten to university professors — the agents of indoctrination campaigns destroying the brilliant minds of America’s next leaders.
Lachlan Hawke is the lead character that graduated SAS Special Air Service training, and went on to become a Navy SEALs commander, a hard liner with an old school mindset of traditional Christian American values. He understands the critical need for restoring Constitutional Law and Order, and gives no quarter to those harming what he loves most, the United States of America and its lawful citizens. Treason is not negotiable for his RogueOps teams that send shock waves of destruction throughout globalist operations.
RogueOps is a private special operations paramilitary group, a high tech operation of ex Army Recon, Delta Force, and British SAS, Navy SEALs and USAF Commandos that hand out law and order where there is none; properly called true vigilante justice. This yachting adventure is a thriller based on the exploits of those SpecOps teams on the sea, in jungles, on land, and airborne all interconnected with, and directed by, the highest levels of TajTel SatLink Intel.
You can hear them breathe.
You can sense their fear and feel their pain.
You come alive, becoming part of the RogueOps team.
Every true American needs to read this.
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