Rising Culture of Victimhood – Should We Be Concerned? JP Juan Perez Jr.
Rosangel invites you to grab your cup of warmth and join us for this hot topic conversation with Special Forces Army Veteran, JP Juan Perez, Jr. about the rising culture of victimhood in the US. Should we be concerned? You are invited to listen below.
“This is the culture of the micro-aggression, where people literally seek out opportunities to be offended….Victim status is so desirable that it's constantly faked or exaggerated, and claims that one is not a victim are met with indignation.” ― David French
Born and raised in Brooklyn, NY, “JP” was commissioned as an officer in the US Army in 1998. After completing both the Airborne and Ranger Courses, he set out to apply for acceptance into the Army Special Forces, popularly known as the “Green Berets”. After successfully completing both the Special Forces selection process (“SFAS”) and the Special Forces Qualification Course he was assigned to an active-duty Special Forces Group, where he served as a Special Forces team commander, and was subsequently assigned to a myriad of other special operations leadership positions. During this time, he conducted numerous deployments to conflict regions within three continents. His experience saw him take part in combat operations and other activities in collaboration with various US government organizations as well as numerous allied government and military leaders.
JP is now retired after two decades of service and resides in the South-Central region of the United States where he works as an IT senior executive for a private enterprise. He holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Industrial Security Management and a Master of Arts degree in Strategic Security Studies.
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