Woke Military

DanielH

Ostrich
Orthodox
Edit: not saying this is excusable, or good, but for context it appears this is middle school or high-school Junior Reserve officer training. Not positive though so someone please correct me if I'm wrong
Yeah could be JROTC or sea cadets since she's a marine. Kinda silly with women but good otherwise. In a functional society this would be seen like the pioneers of the USSR or eagle scouts of decades ago. Could also be midshipmen orientation for a large college. At times, such as sleeping, they would separate the male and female midshipmen candidates.

This one gets three out of five clowns from me.
 

get2choppaaa

Ostrich
If she was yelling at me, I would be smirking uncontrollably.
I never took the female hats at OCS seriously... we were segregated but occasionally one would yell at you on the parade deck or something in passing. It was more annoying with their shrill voice... But this looks fine for middle school ROTC. Boot camp would never allow cell phones.

Also tik tok was banned for all service personnel to my understanding since it is CCP collection tool. I am pretty sure this is some teacher 3rd party who recorded.
 

unit414

Robin
Yeah could be JROTC or sea cadets since she's a marine. Kinda silly with women but good otherwise. In a functional society this would be seen like the pioneers of the USSR or eagle scouts of decades ago. Could also be midshipmen orientation for a large college. At times, such as sleeping, they would separate the male and female midshipmen candidates.

This one gets three out of five clowns from me.
Heck, every "female" out there trying to be a man (Marine, soldier, cop, firefighter, etc) gets 5 out of 5 clowns from me.
99% of 'em, and I've known or seen quite a few, have been quite inferior to men in those roles.
 
Good. Let them declare their intentions openly, it will only galvanize the other side. The sooner this circus gets on the road the sooner we can get used to our side of the lines in the sandbox, and they can get used to theirs. They cross the line, they get violence'd, the same thing they wish to enact upon everyone who "crosses their line" aka (((disobeys))) their ridiculous tyrannical clownery. Also, unless she is milking the gun range and putting thousands of rounds downrange every month, equivalently costing around 5k-10k for doing so which I doubt the U.S. army would endorse, then she will likely not be an elite shot and would have to get up close to put down the Americans she hates so much. You don't become elite unless you put in the time, the bullets, the money, and the drive to get better, something one with the kind of mind she has most likely doesn't do.
 

JohnQThomas

Woodpecker
Yes, I agree with all the above. Like you, I don't think the US is going to survive. I'm not too sure what will exactly happen next, but, break up, secession, civil war, monetary collapse, another war, nuclear to include thermonuclear war, race war. You see, everything is on an unsustainable path, which means a couple of things 1. that collapse is unavoidable and 2. compounded by the fact that there are multiple vectors of collapse i.e. several ways for the collapse to come about.

What I mean to say is that after it all collapses it will be then undeniable to anyone, who survives, how and why this all happened and the blame falls entirely on liberalism, leftism, socialism, secularism, communism...whatever you want to call it. The "experiment" that started in earnest in the 1960s just died in front of our eyes when the chopper landed on top of the embassy in Kabul.

I believe this will be happening very soon.
But then, that’s what many people said after the Vietnam debacle.
 

JohnQThomas

Woodpecker
Yes, I agree with all the above. Like you, I don't think the US is going to survive. I'm not too sure what will exactly happen next, but, break up, secession, civil war, monetary collapse, another war, nuclear to include thermonuclear war, race war. You see, everything is on an unsustainable path, which means a couple of things 1. that collapse is unavoidable and 2. compounded by the fact that there are multiple vectors of collapse i.e. several ways for the collapse to come about.

What I mean to say is that after it all collapses it will be then undeniable to anyone, who survives, how and why this all happened and the blame falls entirely on liberalism, leftism, socialism, secularism, communism...whatever you want to call it. The "experiment" that started in earnest in the 1960s just died in front of our eyes when the chopper landed on top of the embassy in Kabul.

I believe this will be happening very soon.
But then, that’s what some people said after the Vietnam debacle.
 

JohnQThomas

Woodpecker
I don't know if she reflects actual sentiment, but I suspect she will receive no discipline, or at least not on the same level as someone who makes a tiktok video making slightly racist jokes and is immediately discharged.
So she’s saying that if martial law is declared, she’ll uphold it? Hardly surprising, since that’s what they’re SUPPOSED to say. The public expression of any contrary view would be punished.

As to what will actually happen in the years ahead, only time will tell.
 

Godward

Robin
I am in doubt whether the degeneration of the US army and its NATO allies is generally a good thing. On the one hand, as the US military is becoming less effective and less efficient, it becomes harder for the neocons to wage endless imperialist wars. And it could pave the way for relatively normal countries such as China, India and Russia to fill the power vacuum. So, that is a most welcome development.

But on the other hand, I expect that a woke US military will compensate its normal military ineffectiveness by becoming more extreme and antihuman. All the anger reserves will be directed first not outwards, but inwards, as such videos already hint at. The American populace will therefore be in for a hell of a ride. However, it is now a real possibility that in the upcoming decade, a completely mental tranny general will have the ability to ignore protocol and launch nuclear missiles at whatever direction “they” pleases… and I really wonder if other nations are aware of this threat that the woke US army wil pose to the world.
 

Towgunner

Kingfisher
But then, that’s what many people said after the Vietnam debacle.

And so what? Simply compare the conditions in the US back then to now. Its far worse today.

Frankly, Afghanistan is only one of several vectors that are adverse to the US. On its own, it doesn't have the potential to take the US down entirely. But, for instance, losing the global reserve currency status most certainly does. Indeed, there was a lot of debt after the Vietnam war and that debt, apparently, was significant enough to prompt Nixon to take us off of a gold-backed dollar. The debt level in the 1970s is nothing compared to what it is today. Interestingly, the debt from the Iraq and Afghanistan wars combined is still not the biggest portion of our debt. And, monetary collapse is yet only one of many vectors pointed toward collapse, albeit a very promising and likely vector.
 

DanielH

Ostrich
Orthodox
Generals aren't getting enough credit for Afghanistan. The military is finally reaping what it has sowed - or forced to sow - for the past two decades. None of them stopped to consider maybe we should get all civilians out before our military, or our equipment. Perhaps they are just so removed from the actual ground situation they never stopped to think of the consequences, or didn't realize we had 2,500 artillery pieces, dozens of aircraft including drones, untold vehicles and 600,000 firearms left behind.

This failure of leadership has ramifications for every future engagement. The military is top heavy. Junior officers can't do anything on their own and the enlisted are disenchanted. The idea that generals have your best interest in mind, or are even capable of doing something about it if they actually did, is fairytale fantasy at this point. This is a good thing on a very long term scale, because if they are ever deployed against America, I mean the real America that exists in the mountains and in the heartland, they will not be able to coordinate any effective operations. Just like Afghanistan, they may have some hard occupations with patrols but they cannot control a place like West Virginia/ Appalachia, the forested Afghanistan.

Furthermore, all enemies are emboldened worldwide (not to mention ISIS-K which may or may not be US government funded). I believe this is the first card to collapse on the house of cards that is the Globalist American Empire. Even the woke and neocon joint apparatus cannot seriously believe it has the power to take out a place like Iran anymore. This realization and shrinking influence of the GAE will hurt the USD, which will lead to an economic downturn, which may lead to a reset for better or worse.
 
Losing wars non-catastrophically is America's miltitary's purpose. It keeps the Military-Industrial Complex grift going, and incompetent and dishonest officers can make hay by collecting merit badges and strutting about on camera.

The only thing that will stop this is a catastrophic loss, with more to come. It seems unlikely.
 

DanielH

Ostrich
Orthodox
Losing wars non-catastrophically is America's miltitary's purpose. It keeps the Military-Industrial Complex grift going, and incompetent and dishonest officers can make hay by collecting merit badges and strutting about on camera.

The only thing that will stop this is a catastrophic loss, with more to come. It seems unlikely.
I do not think they can carry these wars out on hostile soil anymore. Perhaps they could sustain a bombing campaign from a carrier strike group or two against a place like Syria or Venezuela, but another Afghanistan is impossible. They simply couldn't do it.
 
I don't gather that Afghanistan was a straight-up military defeat, though.

I would guess the CIA already has the next "color revolution" locked and loaded and need the military ready for it.

OTOH, if we cut and run on Ukraine it's a sign of retreat, and you are probably right.
 
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get2choppaaa

Ostrich
Most of the office
I don't gather that Afghanistan was a straight-up military defeat, though.

I would guess the CIA already has the next "color revolution" locked and loaded and need the military ready for it.

OTOH, if we cut and run on Ukraine it's a sign of retreat, and you are probably right.
We have pretty much cut on Ukraine... And we don't have a significant troop presence there.
 
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