Woke Military

The military is done.

China adopted a policy called “Proposal on Preventing the Feminization of Male Adolescents” - working on doubling the number of fitness instructors in schools, teaching "masculine lifestyle", and they will outpace us in per capita meat consumption.

We debate allowing transsexuals in the military, lower both physical and mental standards so women feel "included", have "diversity" chiefs and promote eating these soy-corn mutated plants that lower our testosterone every year.

Someone mentioned in another thread - at this point we have to pretty much live like we are under occupation - because we are.

Was this it? IMO one of the best posts I've seen in the past 6 months.



He's right. The GOP bots grandstanding over things like the National Guard or some mistake Paliski or whatever made. Guys are being prosecuted for memes and pranks, Trump supporters are being doxxed by the msm with aid from corporations like Bank of America. We know the cowardly GOP who hate their working class base anyway won't do a damn thing over their base being sent to prison camps.

Commentators like PJW and Ian Miles Cheong constant tattling on the latest liberal lunancy or Biden action. Who cares at this point? WHO CARES IF BIDEN HAD ANOTHER GAFFE OR CORTEZ LIED ABOUT BEING IN THE CAPITOL OR ANY OF THAT NONSENSE?

We do not have the luxury of being snarky and irreverent anymore. We're political dissidents. We need to be sober clear eyed realists. What our "leaders" online should be doing is telling us what to do now. Not play-by-play commentary. How do we keep our identities online anonymous. How do we disconnect from tech giants like Google and Youtube, what are the alternatives to those tech companies, how to find a good woman to marry, how to have and raise kids on a limited income, how to make friends with the same political views, how to form a tight-knit local social network, what to do if you get doxxed, what to do if the CPA want to take your kids away, how to homeschool, what to do if your significant other is liberal, how to flee the country. How to prepare for a crash of the dollar, economic depression. Individuals can obviously search that information themselves but its leaders/influencers like Cheong or PJW or Cernovich or Nick that have the power to get a large number of people thinking in the same direction. They should put their energy into instructing people on the "what to do now" not play-by-play commentary.

We almost have to treat this like a natural disaster. If there's tornado coming towards your house you do not speculate why the tornado is doing what its doing or hating/mocking the tornado or point out to normies how the jews are responsible for the tornado. You just get out of the way then pick up the pieces in the aftermath of the disaster. What people on the right need are practical tips on how to live in these dark times. Hell even Roosh's video on making pizza is more valuable than what we're getting now. We do not need more commentary on how cringey SJWs are or how Biden is a terrible President.
 

Jünger

Ostrich
Defense Secretary Lloyd Austin on Friday announced a working group to address alleged "extremism" in the ranks of the U.S. military, with the initiative seeking in part, he said, to "more specifically define" extremism.

In the announcement on the Department of Defense's website, the agency said that the duties of the Countering Extremism Working Group will include directives to "all military departments to update and standardize screening questionnaires to solicit specific information about current or previous extremist behavior," as well as a more specific definition of "what constitutes extremist behavior."

Military departments will also be directed to "add provisions to their service member transition checklists that include training on potential targeting of service members by extremist groups."
 

Elipe

Pelican
In the announcement on the Department of Defense's website, the agency said that the duties of the Countering Extremism Working Group will include directives to "all military departments to update and standardize screening questionnaires to solicit specific information about current or previous extremist behavior," as well as a more specific definition of "what constitutes extremist behavior."
Please extremists! You have to tell us if you're an extremist! You can't like, lie to us, that would be awfully extremist of you.
 

Easy_C

Peacock
Eventually phased out with ai and robotics. This stuff is just a precursor prep. Of course there will still be elite teams who are needed. Human condition likes comfort and war isn't comfortable.
I suspect that’s the idea.

Anyone who actually believes it is a naive fool who has most likely never been in a field environment in the past 20 years. Unless they have some kind of super secret alien tech it won’t matter, and even if they do the odds are very good based on some of these UFO reports that at least one of adversaries had equivalent or better tech.

It’s also worth noting that in both previous wars much of the cutting edge weaponry was very quickly discovered to have issues upon rollout and new variants were very quickly produced to counter those problems. The US has repeatedly demonstrated itself to be extremely slow at doing so relative to how quickly our current adversaries adapt
 
Eventually phased out with ai and robotics. This stuff is just a precursor prep. Of course there will still be elite teams who are needed. Human condition likes comfort and war isn't comfortable.
When the Red's took over Russia and its territories from Czarist rule, they completely gutted the military, Stalin had all senior military officers executed, but they kept the Spetsnaz, and they kept their training in the Systema martial art (one of the only Christian martial arts that I know of) because of its effectiveness on and off the battlefield. The US is doing the same thing. They will gut all the pogs, all the techies, all the support, the personnel, the logistics, the med staff, but they will keep the rangers, the seals (the DEVGRUs), the berets, the PJ's, the SERE specialists, the ace pilots, the commanders of missile silos, etc, only the "necessary" personnel and teams. It's the 5% treasure against the 95% trash. Don't kid yourselves, military psychiatrists and doctors are just as replaceable as infantrymen and EODs. Its the elite roles specifically that undergo millions of dollars worth of training that will not be touched by this PC garbage (some low 7 figure training pipelines are already affected by this, but nothing black ops related, despite what the press will try to show you with "first female ranger etc") The billion dollar question is, will the US military survive with just a few super-soldiers yet legions of flabby doughy chicks, octoroons, and satanic drag queens? If you answer yes, I say how long?

Their plan will not work unless every facet works in cohesion. For example, the police are defunded, they are replaced with a completely non-white force that follows orders to a T, yet are nowhere nearly efficient (muh genetics), would only work if its for the purpose of treating all people (mainly whites) like the dregs of mega-city one. The upper hand is in their corner because the media working closely with (((law enforcement brass))) can cut off any armed resistance at this point or pour their near unlimited resources into combating it if it were to break out on the street. Same with the military. Let's say they accomplish this clownish goal of removing all white males from the military barring the special forces units used precisely for taking out HVT's. Then they are relying on the support and the automation of a woke background force that is basically ghosting the mission with briefing equipment, gear, and communications that was built by people alien to them (a largely white military base the last 100 years). Those special execution teams are not going to be worth they're weight so much because of having to deal with the woke force.

With both the police and the military in a complete disarray, the next step one would assume would be to have some kind of sleeve card to throw out that would stop the people in their tracks from mobilizing together, after all, if the police and the military (don't forget the glowies they're not getting out of this one easy either) are all non-elite and don't have the kind of power they used to, what is stopping the people from forming groups of resistance or the basis for a new country with a new edict? Our eyes should be looking at what the next steps are after these forces are nothing but husks. If they are counting on roving mobs of illegals and blacks to wipe out the white population of heritage Americans, I don't think they would finish the job. Many city liberal whites would be exterminated, and the only whites to survive such a purge would be the ones they are fearmongering about constantly on the news, the warriors. The timeline of this is tricky, because they know they can't pull this off while a majority white law-enforcement and military are still in place.
 

get2choppaaa

Ostrich
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Some good news. More marines are refusing the vaccine than anticipated.
Yes but the work around for coercion will be:

You are forbidden to get off the ship on port calls without the vaccine.

Tell a Marine after sever months of being stuck with the navy on ship that he can't drink or try and chase foreign chicks...

Good luck...
 

get2choppaaa

Ostrich

This is the effect of this sort of garbage for false worship of vets.

Here is a 2nd Lt going on about "This is how you are gonna treat a vet... er I mean active duty memeber" meanwhile you cant see his Plates.

Also nice beard... really instills confidence in the army.

What a joke.

I would pepperspray that dude too. If he was in a deployed zone and someone wasnt complaint he would be buttstroking the driver.
 

dicknixon72

Pelican
Here is a 2nd Lt going on about "This is how you are gonna treat a vet... er I mean active duty memeber" meanwhile you cant see his Plates.

Also nice beard... really instills confidence in the army.

What a joke.

I would pepperspray that dude too. If he was in a deployed zone and someone wasnt complaint he would be buttstroking the driver.

I hope you're not serious. This is a case where the officers were clearly in the wrong. Read the narrative of what happened. This is coming from a guy who sells cars for a living and constantly gets pulled over because my dealer tag comes isn't attached to a specific car or drives around without a properly displayed dealer tag because its either in the front window or because I'm an idiot. I even had a case once where my tag got switched at the auction and I was driving around on a plate reported stolen, got pulled over, and still wasn't drawn down on like this.
 

get2choppaaa

Ostrich
I hope you're not serious. This is a case where the officers were clearly in the wrong. Read the narrative of what happened. This is coming from a guy who sells cars for a living and constantly gets pulled over because my dealer tag comes isn't attached to a specific car or drives around without a properly displayed dealer tag because its either in the front window or because I'm an idiot. I even had a case once where my tag got switched at the auction and I was driving around on a plate reported stolen, got pulled over, and still wasn't drawn down on like this.
I am serious.

I disagree. The cop was fired... he probably deserved to be but I dont really see anything that makes me think they did any wrong. Lets see the WHOLE dashcam video. Even if the force was enough to get him fired (which I dont know yet) But you dont give the police the "This is how you are gonna treat a vet line" Military service has nothing to do with your law abiding standing. If I punched a random guy at a bar and an assualt arrest occured I wouldnt expect the cop to not arrest me because I am a vet and bar fights happen all the time from when I was in the Marines.... Just like this dude should have complied, kept his mouth shut, and just gotten out with a warnging or a ticket he could have fought.

Are the cops profiling? Maybe. They see a brand new car and are probably in a shady area of town. You dont throw a PR fit over having the cops investigate a simple traffic stop. Its not like a criminal would ever dress up like he is in the military.... because that has never occured…

This guy is probably a turd as an officer to begin with otherwise he wouldn't have allowed the situation to get where it did.

This dude is no doubt the type of entitled officer who is going to ride the affirmative action victimhood card as far as he can.

I've been pulled over in my suburban when i had one. I had my cammies in the back seat but was in uniform. Cop was profiling. He gave me a warning told me to fix what I was doing wrong (driving in the passing lane for no reason) It was a technicality to pull me over. Just like the liscense plate here. I gave him my DL, told him I was leaving base. He asked to search my car... I said "no, but go ahead and waste your time getting a dog to come out here..." He chose not to. I was polite the whole time, didnt pull the "I am entitled to be better than you because I am in the military mentality"
 
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dicknixon72

Pelican
I am serious.

I disagree. The cop was fired... he probably deserved to be but I dont really see anything that makes me think they did any wrong. Lets see the WHOLE dashcam video. Even if the force was enough to get him fired (which I dont know yet) But you dont give the police the "This is how you are gonna treat a vet line" Military service has nothing to do with your law abiding standing. If I punched a random guy at a bar and an assualt arrest occured I wouldnt expect the cop to not arrest me because I am a vet and bar fights happen all the time from when I was in the Marines.... Just like this dude should have complied, kept his mouth shut, and just gotten out with a warnging or a ticket he could have fought.

I agree that being a vet/active duty means nothing in and of itself in determining how you should be treated as a person in terms of preferential treatment. I also agree that this had all the hallmarks of a high-risk traffic stop (black late-model Tahoe, no visible plates, deep-tinted glass, bumfuck highway, middle of night - looks like a drug mule).

But - the narrative of the cop is bullshit. Read his own report - he lit up the car for not having clearly-legible plates (justified), driver slowed, signaled, pulled into a well-lit gas station for mutual safety (something I've done as well) over a distance of 7/10 of a mile. I know this is Monday-morning quarterbacking, but once the officer could've simply asked him to roll down all his windows from a distance, shut off the car, and exit, especially once he saw that there was, indeed, something in the back glass (the tag). The whole GET THE F**K OUT OF THE F*****G F**K CAR F**K F**K F**K guns drawn was too much.
 

get2choppaaa

Ostrich
I agree that being a vet/active duty means nothing in and of itself in determining how you should be treated as a person in terms of preferential treatment. I also agree that this had all the hallmarks of a high-risk traffic stop (black late-model Tahoe, no visible plates, deep-tinted glass, bumfuck highway, middle of night - looks like a drug mule).

But - the narrative of the cop is bullshit. Read his own report - he lit up the car for not having clearly-legible plates (justified), driver slowed, signaled, pulled into a well-lit gas station for mutual safety (something I've done as well) over a distance of 7/10 of a mile. I know this is Monday-morning quarterbacking, but once the officer could've simply asked him to roll down all his windows from a distance, shut off the car, and exit, especially once he saw that there was, indeed, something in the back glass (the tag). The whole GET THE F**K OUT OF THE F*****G F**K CAR F**K F**K F**K guns drawn was too much.
I want to see the whole footage from start to finish... not just the excerpt.

That being said... The cop WAS fired ... So sounds like it all worked out like it should if we believe he was there.

I'm not using this as a "all cops good" post... I just want to see more. Even then it's a personal publicity stunt for this dude. He is arguing with the cop, non complaint, we don't know the other circumstances at the time either... Just the media narrative... Which used Blacks as proxy warriors against the system... Especially in this case.

You don't really know anything until you see the entirety of the footage.
 

Easy_C

Peacock
NBC has an article whining about how the Facebook groups for Vetted Special Operations people have a population that is “racist”, “pushing Q Anon conspiracy theories”, and “using extremist rhetoric”.

It’s interesting seeing the realization creep in that their enforcement arm aren’t on their side. Keep in mind that as someone who is not Special Forces themselves but has worked for and with them this doesn’t surprise me the least. The spectrum for SF officers ranges typically from Terrence Popp type outlook ( the 10th Group Lt. Col I worked for) to more of a Mike Glover type “Republican right” outlook (the 7th Group Major I worked for). Most of the ones I met socially around the military tended to be even further right than that.
 
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