Woke Military

Towgunner

Kingfisher
So, its important to remind everyone of another silly issue that's ongoing. People who play pretend, cross dressers, demand they compete as whatever sex they're pretending to be at the moment. This has caused lots of issues with female sports for all the obvious reasons. Here we see how unfair this situation is because the males outcompete the females. Keep in mind that these males might be on some kind of hormone treatment. And, if they're so pathetic to compete with the girls chances are they're not very good athletes to begin with. So, this combination shows us that you have substandard males getting into female sports but still beating the girls. Certainly, putting female hormones into your body will only make a male less competitive. Yet, these males still dominate. This makes it ipso facto that there is no equality between the sexes.

This is reality. And as this is occurring we have these experiments in the military, coed boot camps, women in combat arms etc, that are based on this idea that males and females are exactly the same and that, females can compete at the level of males. Yet, we have direct evidence that this is not at all the case. Matter of fact, the weirdo and weak males are dominating the best females.
 

Easy_C

Peacock
Here’s another thought;

Keep in mind they’re increasingly using PMCs for high stakes kinetic operations. They may be somewhat planning on using the US military against dissidents and use PMCs for real threats to themselves
 

get2choppaaa

Pelican
Meet the "female empowered" tank soldiers.


These are at Ft Sill oklahoma. I was an instructor there for Marines but also Army Lts. It is a very woke base for the Army side at least.

The MARDET when I was there had a stellar, non woke CO, he retired and I've heard mixed things about the staff now.

Regardless I can guarantee the Army/TRADOC side is super woke.
 
So, its important to remind everyone of another silly issue that's ongoing. People who play pretend, cross dressers, demand they compete as whatever sex they're pretending to be at the moment. This has caused lots of issues with female sports for all the obvious reasons. Here we see how unfair this situation is because the males outcompete the females. Keep in mind that these males might be on some kind of hormone treatment. And, if they're so pathetic to compete with the girls chances are they're not very good athletes to begin with. So, this combination shows us that you have substandard males getting into female sports but still beating the girls. Certainly, putting female hormones into your body will only make a male less competitive. Yet, these males still dominate. This makes it ipso facto that there is no equality between the sexes.

This is reality. And as this is occurring we have these experiments in the military, coed boot camps, women in combat arms etc, that are based on this idea that males and females are exactly the same and that, females can compete at the level of males. Yet, we have direct evidence that this is not at all the case. Matter of fact, the weirdo and weak males are dominating the best females.
You’re being too logical and realistic.

What you said is totally correct and valid but the internet (and real world by extension) is replete with examples of women who behave as if they’re a make-believe Black Widow/Wonder Woman but immediately fall back on pretending to be a dainty five-year-old girl when the going gets even 1% tough.

Watch this video:

See anything from a woman picking a fight at a ball game to how women are treated in the military through this prism:

1. The women act according to a “superhero” pseudo-standard (assault a guy/portray themselves as warriors)
2. The women meet reality (the man hits back/the women perceive the threat of hypothetical requirements equivalent to male soldiers)
3. The women get others (i.e. liberal men) to treat them like five-year-olds (white knights assault the man defending himself/the military brass attack those who point out the double standards)
4. The liberal men praise the women for their “bravery” and the women demand everyone acknowledge how the Black Widow/Wonder Woman mirage was never broken

Women cannot lose in this way. They can fall back on either excuse to secure praise or organized support from obsequious men/white knights.
 

Robert High Hawk

Kingfisher
You’re being too logical and realistic.

What you said is totally correct and valid but the internet (and real world by extension) is replete with examples of women who behave as if they’re a make-believe Black Widow/Wonder Woman but immediately fall back on pretending to be a dainty five-year-old girl when the going gets even 1% tough.

Watch this video:

See anything from a woman picking a fight at a ball game to how women are treated in the military through this prism:

1. The women act according to a “superhero” pseudo-standard (assault a guy/portray themselves as warriors)
2. The women meet reality (the man hits back/the women perceive the threat of hypothetical requirements equivalent to male soldiers)
3. The women get others (i.e. liberal men) to treat them like five-year-olds (white knights assault the man defending himself/the military brass attack those who point out the double standards)
4. The liberal men praise the women for their “bravery” and the women demand everyone acknowledge how the Black Widow/Wonder Woman mirage was never broken

Women cannot lose in this way. They can fall back on either excuse to secure praise or organized support from obsequious men/white knights.
This is so spot on. And this is what you saw exactly take place with the whole Tucker segment.

-Women agitate for more perks and special treatment, actively shirking any real responsibility, thereby damaging the institution, yet claim to be improving the lethality of the military because they are so awesome and fearless
- Man makes a criticism that is only OBLIQUELY critical to the general ideal of women in the military, actually focuses on just a couple issues.
- Senior (male) generals and staff immediately break decorum and professionalism to fall over themselves in defense of ALL women in the military, never even bother to address the specific points raised. Narrative quickly devolves into who can say the most supportive things about women..

Think about all the time spent on this issue, regardless of your opinion on it. Is this not time the military could be spending better on another topic?

Strange times we live in.
 

Renzy

Pelican
SOCOM's Diversity and Inclusion Strategic Plan (2021) -


All of us understand diversity and inclusion are operational imperatives. This Diversity and Inclusion Strategic Plan provides a roadmap for sustained and direct action toward increasing the diversity of our formation and ensuring all our environments, from the team room to the executive conference room, are inclusive. As stated in our “Diversity and Inclusion in SOF—Why it Matters and What We Must Do” memorandum to the force, “We know that our force does not represent the diversity of our larger society – a fact that should give us pause. We have forms of bias that exist in our formation, making the journey of some of our teammates and family members a painful one.

Adopt the politically correct racial dogma to "strengthen our competitive edge."

This document guides sustained efforts to strengthen the operational capability of the United States Special Operations Command (USSOCOM) by leveraging diversity and inclusion, as well as committing to increase the diversity of our force while creating more inclusive environments. This plan provides a strategic-level perspective on diversity and inclusion for the SOF enterprise that follows the Secretary of Defense’s stated actions to improve racial and ethnic diversity and inclusion and helps us evolve and strengthen our competitive edge.

Wokeness at "all levels":

Successful implementation of this plan requires that USSOCOM leaders, at all levels, leverage their diversity and inclusion practitioners, force managers, recruiting specialists, and innovation centers to develop actionable improvements that measure performance and tools to track progress. Leaders must integrate diversity and inclusion efforts into unit goals, mission objectives, talent management initiatives, and operational priorities for a successful implementation.

Replacing the wrongthink in your mind with the new, correct narrative:

Leaders at all echelons must work to challenge narratives that equate diversity with lowered standards and replace those with a narrative that diversity equates to maximized capability. Increased diversity leads to more efficient and more effective problem solving— one of SOF’s most critical core competencies.

Databases and dashboards can help make equality of outcome a reality:

Line of Effort 2: SOF Integration

Strategic Objective 1: Identify diversity gaps in SOF career fields and use SOF key leadership positions to
leverage resources to fill gaps by refining, maintaining and sustaining reliable databases and dashboards
to continually monitor data and demographics
.

And of course "stronk wahmen" -

Naval Special Warfare has fully integrated Women in SOF instructors with the goal of normalizing women in SOF and better identifying issues specific to female candidates.
 
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Elipe

Kingfisher
SOCOM said:
Leaders at all echelons must work to challenge narratives that equate diversity with lowered standards and replace those with a narrative that diversity equates to maximized capability. Increased diversity leads to more efficient and more effective problem solving— one of SOF’s most critical core competencies.

SOCOM said:
Strategic Objective 1: Identify diversity gaps in SOF career fields and use SOF key leadership positions to
leverage resources to fill gaps by refining, maintaining and sustaining reliable databases and dashboards
to continually monitor data and demographics
.
A naive reading assumes that those two are incompatible goals: reliable data, especially about demographics, would show that diversity results in lower standards and performance. But if you read it through the clown world filter, what they really mean by "continually monitor data and demographics" is "continually massage data to make diversity not look so bad."

Funny how you never seem to hear the military gloat about how un-diverse China is and how that gives us a competitive edge, isn't it?
 

budoslavic

Owl
Gold Member
The "extremism standdowns" are backfiring spectacularly because the military troops are constantly asking about last year's BLM/Antifa riots. Sounds like the Biden Administration's military leaders are panicking.


Some Troops See Capitol Riot, BLM Protests as Similar Threats, Top Enlisted Leader Says​

Some troops have drawn equivalencies between the Jan. 6 riot at the U.S. Capitol and last year's protests for racial justice during recent stand-downs to address extremism, worrying the military's top enlisted leader.

In a Thursday briefing with reporters at the Pentagon, Chief Master Sergeant Ramón "CZ" Colón-López, the senior enlisted adviser to the chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, said that some troops have asked, when the Jan. 6 riot is brought up, "How come you're not looking at the situation that was going on in Seattle prior to that?"

He said that is one example of the mindset many military leaders are encountering, and he is "concerned about the way that some people are looking at the current environment."

"This is coming from every echelon that we're talking to," he added.

Colón-López said the confusion some younger troops have expressed shows why the training sessions on extremism are needed.

Defense Secretary Lloyd Austin ordered the stand-down Feb. 5 and gave units across the military 60 days to discuss extremism in the ranks with troops.

The military's policies are clear, he said: Troops are not to advocate for, or participate in, supremacist, extremist or criminal gang doctrine, ideology or causes.

The military remains an apolitical organization, Colón-López said, and it doesn't matter if an extremist group is far right or far left -- both are off limits.

"If it's an organization that is actually imposing harm, threat, destruction, criminal activity and so on, then we don't condone that behavior," Colón-López said. "We're focusing on letting people know exactly what the oath tells us to do when it comes to obeying lawful orders, remaining apolitical and basically being good stewards of society."

But as the training sessions took place, some themes emerged that worried leaders.

Those conducting the sessions wanted "to make sure that military members understand the difference between Seattle and [the Jan. 6 riot in] Washington, D.C.," Colón-López said. "But some of our younger members are confused about this, so that's what we need to go ahead and talk to them about and educate them on, to make sure that they know exactly what they can and cannot do."

Colón-López also noted the military was called to respond after the Capitol attacks, but was not called up to support law enforcement during the Seattle protests.

And he drew a distinction between those who lawfully exercised their First Amendment rights to protest during last summer's protests in support of racial justice and the Black Lives Matter movement, and those who "latched on" to the protests to loot, destroy property and commit other crimes.

But sometimes, he said, younger troops see messages on TV that blur the lines between the two, and "we needed to educate them" on the difference.

"No, that's not what that meant," Colón-López said. "There were people advocating [against] social injustice, racial injustice and everything else, and it is the right of citizens."

When asked about networks or television personalities popular among service members who have drawn those equivalencies, Colón-López said, "Those are very, very tough conversations to have with people, because sometimes they're emotional about the subject."

While those TV personalities are exercising the right to free speech troops have fought for, he said, "make sure that you're well-educated and don't be an automatic mouthpiece for something unless you understand the issue."

Colón-López acknowledged that the "information overload" troops today face -- not just traditional media and memos from service leaders, but also a panoply of social media amplifying different messages -- can leave troops feeling confused and uncertain where to go to get reliable information.

"What I am committed to is to make sure that our people understand right from wrong," he said. "That our people ... are well-educated to be able to carry on, in an honorable fashion. And if they hear somebody saying the wrong things, that they're quick to go ahead and correct them ... without being confrontational."

Colón-López stressed the refrain commonly heard from top military leaders that the vast majority of troops do not share extremist views.

And the military isn't interested in monitoring troops' online activities at home, he said. A service member who Googles QAnon, for example, may just want to become educated on the online conspiracy theory movement, he explained. That wouldn't mean someone necessarily believes in that ideology.

But, he noted, the military needs to be watchful of how service members carry themselves while on duty, and what troops' friends say they are doing.

Colón-López said it's too soon to tell whether extremist organizations are becoming more or less likely to recruit from among the military's ranks. But, he said, the force is being made aware that such groups are actively recruiting service members, "and we need to make sure that they stand clear from them."

"It's not good for the department, and it's not good for the image of the military," he said.
 

Easy_C

Peacock
Talked to some friends here and it sounds like the military is pretty divided. He’s in a field grade officer course and said One lady stated an opinion that the stunning and brave manual transmissions should be able to serve but should pay for their own surgery. That small difference was enough to make some SJW rip into her so badly she left the room in tears. I get the impression that it definitely isn’t everyone who feels that way but that the military isn’t a cohesive organization currently.
 

Elipe

Kingfisher
Talked to some friends here and it sounds like the military is pretty divided. He’s in a field grade officer course and said One lady stated an opinion that the stunning and brave manual transmissions should be able to serve but should pay for their own surgery. That small difference was enough to make some SJW rip into her so badly she left the room in tears. I get the impression that it definitely isn’t everyone who feels that way but that the military isn’t a cohesive organization currently.
They're trying to turn it into a cohesive organization, but it's working out for them about as well as the average leftist coalition does these days. Even if they got rid of the whites, they wouldn't have anything even near cohesive. If anything, getting rid of the whites would just make it even less cohesive because now they've removed the only really competent (on average, so move along you nonwhite snowflakes sitting at the right end of the bell curve) aspect of the military.
 

Easy_C

Peacock
Thing is, a lot of the old guard military minorities were amazing dudes and several of the ones I worked with are in my top 10 favorite people to date (inclusive of non-immediate family). There is a reason that almost every single anti-woke black person comes from a military family.

I don’t know if that will continue though. Critical Race Theory is a program specifically designed to bring out the most destructive behavior possible from (Yes, this remark is racial but the training targets these following groups) non-whites to try to make them resentful and volatile while dividing whites into angry reactionaries and self righteous crusaders. Once the powerful unifying factor of the military goes away and is replaced with this insanity so too will go the character building aspects that the organization used to have in spite of itself.
 
Is that picture real?
You are really asking that?

When I see pictures like this, I am always reminded of how Moses leads the Israelites out of Egypt, only for them to begin to worship Baal very quickly.

The Christian West won the wars (the Second World War and the Cold War) only to be rather rapidly eroded by the emergence of its own decadence.

History is about birth, growth, a kind of human civilisational apex, decline, fall, reconstitution, rebirth.

We are between decline and fall. But after the fall comes reconstitution and rebirth.
 

SlickyBoy

Hummingbird
Here’s another thought;

Keep in mind they’re increasingly using PMCs for high stakes kinetic operations. They may be somewhat planning on using the US military against dissidents and use PMCs for real threats to themselves
They still need to rely on government forces for most of the actual kinetic part. Top tier units will be the last to get woke (Delta, Seal Team 6, etc). Even European militaries didn't go that rout with their absolute elites. The German KSK, for example - survives the Merkel insanity.

PMCs made of former top tier operators can do a lot, but crossing over to direct action risks them being classified as mercenaries. And yes, the government cares about that.
 
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