The Bulletproof Warriors, the secretive men’s military group who have taken the reins of the world for nearly two decades, will be speaking to the public at the first-ever “Bulletproof Warrior” seminar in London on February 22.
The event, which will be livestreamed, will focus on what it means to be a man in the modern world, according to the website of the International Association of Bulletproof Athletes.
“The new Bulletproof warrior is in a position to lead a world that is increasingly fragile,” the website states.
“What he or she has to do is find a way to overcome the fear and hatred that has become a normality in modern society.”
The group’s founding members, including former U.S. Navy SEAL Chris Kyle and former NBA star and former Olympic champion Dwyane Wade, have been featured on the cover of Time magazine.
The seminar will be held at the World Trade Center in New York City, according the website, with the goal of “creating a more resilient and less fearful world.”
While the group has not yet announced which of its members will be attending the seminar, one of the speakers, former Navy SEAL Ryan Devereaux, is scheduled to give the opening keynote address, according a tweet from the organization’s publicist.
He will be accompanied by former U,N.
Ambassador Samantha Power, former NATO Secretary General Hans von Sponeck and former Ulysses S. Grant, who was the first U.N. Secretary General to speak at the seminar.
The conference will also feature a “bullet proof warrior” podcast hosted by U.K.-based documentary filmmaker Ben Kuchera.
The BulletProof Warrior podcast is one of many Bulletproof workshops that are taking place around the world.
The group has held workshops at the United Nations General Assembly in New Orleans, at the European Parliament in Brussels, and in New Zealand.
In a video posted to the group’s Facebook page, Devereux and Power say they hope the event will be a “wake-up call for all of us to be mindful of our surroundings.”
“The world has gone from being a safe place to a dangerous place,” Devereau says in the video.
“It’s a very dangerous time to be living in our communities, because we are so focused on safety, but our environment is really the environment we are exposed to.”
The conference also has the support of the World Anti-Doping Agency (WADA), which recently announced that it is investigating the group.
WADA has called the seminar “dangerous” and “unethical” and has warned that if the conference goes ahead it could “seriously harm” the group and the sport.
“This event could cause serious harm to WADA and potentially damage WADA’s reputation,” the agency said in a statement.
The World Anti Doping Agency also has said that the event could have “potential serious negative effects” on the sport and that it “would be irresponsible not to protect athletes, officials and the public.”
“If this event goes ahead, the risk is very high,” the WADA statement added.
“If there are any problems or concerns, WADA will take appropriate action.”
The BulletPro is a worldwide network of over 3,000 men who train, live and train with firearms.
The website says that the BulletPro has been the subject of investigations by the FBI, British police and the International Olympic Committee.
According to the site, “the organization operates in a highly secretive manner.
There is no public profile on their website.
There are no publicly available videos of the BulletPowers.com training sessions.
BulletPro also does not allow for any personal information, including personal photos, of the participants or anyone they train with.”
The organization was founded in 2004 by former SEALs Chris Kyle, Dwyan Wade, and Sam Querrey.