Should You Join The Military?

Should You Join The Military?

Here is what the Military’s Chief DIE officer, a black female naturally, did a meeting over which she was in charge, according to her own words (ellipsis original):

I’m exhausted with these white folx in these [professional development] sessions. This lady actually had the caudacity to say that black people can be racist too…I had to stop the session and give Karen the BUSINESS…We are not the majority, we don’t have power.

“WE BLACKS DON’T HAVE POWER,” she said powerfully, exercising the tremendous power of her office.

This blind willful ignorance is characteristic of the woke. They must profess themselves beleaguered. They must have, at all times, an Emmanuel Goldstein. These days it’s an “ultra MAGA” Goldstein. Tomorrow it will be something else, but it will be there. Never mind.

Our next example, from a legion of sad items, is the Air Force (the branch I gave six years of my life to), demanding recruits not say “mom” or “dad”.

Air Force cadets are being told to address people in ways that “include all genders” — dropping the use of “boyfriend or girlfriend” and even “mom and dad.”

Diversity and inclusion (D&I) training at the Air Force Academy in Colorado includes instruction on how to “use inclusive language,” according to documents

When I was in Basic, they made us write letters home to mom. Now you will be punished for the same. Why? Because, say the effeminates who insist on this scourging of the English language, proscribing “mom” and “dad” will “lift others (motivate our teams)” and will aide in “developing warfighters.”

The military is therefore woke, at least in a public look-at-me-being-woke way. Not every element of every branch is woke, of course. Serious men doing serious fighting still exist. It’s prominent leaders, weak chested men and angry women-for-show, are woke, though, or pretend to be for political gain.

Here then is our dilemma: should you, based young man, join the military? If you do, you will be subject to woke badgering, mandatory vaccines, indoctrination about “white supremacy”, and all the other woke nonsense, like having to pretend woman can be good combat soldiers. Yet if you do not join, we leave the military in the hands of lunatics, job seekers, and enemies of Reality.

If you do join, you have a chance of being sent to fight, and perhaps die or be maimed, for the Empire. Do you want to blow pipelines up for the Empire? Is the Empire worthy of being upheld, or should America mind its own business? Is fighting for your loved ones, your land, your people, the same suffering for the desires of the Empire?

Yet, again, if we—I mean our side—abandon the ranks, the ranks will be left in the hands of the wrong people. What might our rulers do with the military then? Use it on what it considers its “domestic enemies”?

Whichever the right answer is, we know what many think it is. The military is, as you’ve heard, suffering a recruitment crisis. They can’t fill the spots. Now some of that reason is because our youth, following our rulers’ wishes and Expert guidance, are becoming fatter, sicker, and stupider.

Here’s one veteran describing the real reasons why, in a thread you should read whole:

Here’s his point 6, which matches our last concern (ellipsis original):

6. [People aren’t joining because] They don’t want to fight Americans. Yep…I said it. The writing is on the wall. Many areas are already starting to peacefully Balkanize, if only in the logistical sense of banking, goods, and services. It’s happening Geographically, too. Look at the mass exodus from CA.


The God honest truth is that Gen Z is more afraid of our own Government than anyone else in the World. Why should they wear your uniform when you support disarming us? Why in the world would they risk their lives for you?

Our vet knows, as you do, dear reader, that we on our side would fight to defend kith and kin. Even from attacks by our rulers.

Don’t dismiss this thought too quickly. Here is the Pentagon (a WSJ link), inept as is now usual, caught running psyops on us, using Facebook and Twitter and other platforms, to spread propaganda and cause dissension, among us.

The takedowns in recent years by Twitter and Facebook of more than 150 bogus personas and media sites created in the United States was disclosed last month by internet researchers Graphika and the Stanford Internet Observatory.

Mostly is was anti-Russian propaganda. But some of it tried to juice a war in Iran.

One fake account posted an inflammatory tweet claiming that relatives of deceased Afghan refugees had reported bodies being returned from Iran with missing organs, according to the report.

The military has lied to us, and pro grammatically. It is rational to suppose they will continue to. My favorite line from the report: “Pentagon policy and doctrine discourage the military from peddling falsehoods, but there are no specific rules mandating the use of truthful information for psychological operations.”


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  1. Every day, my son regrets joining the military two years ago. The wokeness knows no boundaries. Women and blacks and gays and trannies rule over everyone else, and act with nearly complete impunity. They pick on the white NCOs and officers who dare to try to enforce discipline, and drive them out of the service with endless “SHARP” and “Racism!” and “Sexism!” complaints. One of his roommates was an avowed pedophile – but he was a black gay from California, so that’s all right, according to the Army.

    Never mind the 6 healthy young men in his training company that died of the vaxx within 48 hours of each other.

  2. Hagfish Bagpipe

    I wonder if a young man who wants to learn the martial trade might consider joining his state’s National Guard, as a better alternative to joining the Woke Force? But I’d guess the NG, even in the more based states, is being run by fat black tranny homos. Plus the Guard is subject to call-up by the IDF, and it’s best to avoid impressment into Globohomo’s satanic-zombie-cannon-fodder legion.

    I’ll bet a young man can get pretty decent arms training locally through various gun training programs put on by qualified instructors at legit organizations, no shadowy militia stuff. Likely many of the instructors are ex-military — one thing America still produces in abundance. Of course, this would be part-time and on the young man’s dime. It would not involve flying aircraft, sailing in ships, or operating artillery, but a soldier’s most important weapon aren’t his tools, it’s rather the martial disciplines of mind and morale.

    Such a well-regulated young man could be of service to his local community, his state, and his nation, in resisting enemies foreign and domestic, when the necessity may arise. Lots of opportunity to create useful new structures as old ones crumble. Better to be in a more based community in a more based state, of course, but not necessary. Build wherever you be. Satan hates happy, confident people skillfully doing the Lord’s work.

  3. William Wallace

    My family has served since King Phillips War, but that line of service ended after my Honorable Discharge 30 years ago. None of my children, nor my brothers children, have served. Nor do I advise them to do so.

  4. Vermont Crank

    Some anonymous Frenchman once observed about Liberal Principles

    When I am the weaker, I ask you for freedom, because that is your principle; but when I am the stronger, I take away your freedom, because that is my principle.

    America is liberal and the commie chickens are coming home to roost.

    Who can turn this around, DeSantis?

    He is the best possible candidate for POTUS since JFK

    DeSantis is Catholic.

    He is a Navy Vet,

    He is good family man (well, we thought that about JFK, didn’t we?)

    He is highly intelligent and self-motivated.

    He is a leader.

    He has executive experience (which JFK did not have).

  5. Starbuff

    Iraqveteran8888 wrote:”You’ve got a weaponized DOJ, ATF, FBI, CIA, and God knows what else. It’s no mystery that they are being specifically used to target Conservatives. ”

    I’m a Vietnam Era veteran, ROTC grad, and in the Army Reserves for many years. At one time, I firmly believed the the officer corps could never be used to induce the troops to act against the interests of the people. Now, I’m not so sure. So many of the old line general officers were swept out starting under Obama, resulting in Gen. Mark Milley, the Chairman of the Chiefs of staff, telling us he has no problem with secret (from the President) back door talks with an adversary. Such leaders are selecting the next generation of generals and colonels. They also presided over the disaster of the pullout from Afghanistan. I would no longer advise a young person to pursue a military career.

  6. Johnno


  7. Forbes

    Given the US military record since 1946, is there a plausible argument to be made that, for the price of death and destruction, the US military has been a force for good?

    I could cite the US coalition kicking Saddam out of Kuwait as the sole example. The rest of the tally of pluses and minuses with regard to Korea, Vietnam, et al., looks like destructive meddling with no lasting effects–other than the death of US lives used a cannon fodder.

    I’m inclined to George Washington’s warning against permanent foreign alliances and to avoid entanglements in Europe. His farewell address is worth revisiting. (Just as is Eisenhower’s.)

    I say this as someone who had a niece and nephew serve in Iraq, in the US Army–and at the time, fully supported their service in the Army.

  8. Cary Cotterman

    My dad joined the U.S. Navy in 1942, at the age of seventeen, to fight the Japs (a term he never relinquished). He spent three years on a destroyer, everywhere between Okinawa and New Guinea. Even in the 1970s he didn’t want me to join. He’d be horrified by the dilution of the military today.

  9. Vermont Crank

    A woman serving overseas in the military is an abomination and a sign of a morally decadent and Evil Empire

  10. John B()


    Way to bring Jeffrey Epstein into the conversation

  11. Military brat in a multi-generational military family. Given the current “leadership”, I’d say no. My youngest son served in the Navy. Got out just in time.

  12. Cookie

    Smedley Butler told you what the American military was for a long time ago.

    If “whitety” wants his military and country back your going to have to take it back by force.

    Apathy lost it to a bunch of cowardly manipulative crooks, only heroic behavior will get it back, you don’t have to ask permission for that.

    The only thing crooks have ever feared is a rope.

  13. C-Marie

    Make all decisions through and with prayer, to the Living God.

    God bless, C-Marie

  14. awildgoose


    6 died in 48 hours?

    HOLY F__K!

    Vermont Crank-

    I think they are going to take extreme measures against DeSantis and/or Trump if they think there is any chance one of them could ascend to the WH.

    Finally, Iraqveteran8888 has a pretty neat YouTube channel with lots of practical firearms testing and information. Go give him a couple views and likes!

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