West Point Class of 2019 Most Diverse

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Re: West Point Class of 2019 Most Diverse

Post by Will Williams » Fri Aug 21, 2020 10:35 am

The once proud, manly United States Marine Corps, like NASCAR, has also fallen victim to Political Correctness:
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Marine Corps Bans Confederate Displays

The commandant of the Marine Corps has ordered that all Confederate symbology be removed from Marine installations.

Commandant General David Berger is said to have instructed that all Marine bases remove any “Confederate-related paraphernalia” worldwide.
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The directive was sent out as part of a memo, in which Berger demanded several initiatives be put in place, including finding ways to place more women in combat positions and to update their recruitment policies to prohibit those with prior domestic abuse convictions...
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Marine Corps Commandant David Berger
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Hmm? that directive made me wonder of David Berger is a Jew. I couldn't confirm my suspicion, but my research dug up many other general and admirals in the U.S. military who are. The list reads like a page from the Tel Aviv phone book.

Jewish Generals and Admirals in America's Military
http://seymourbrody.com/generals/home.htm

Army Navy
Lieut. Gen. Steven Blum Admiral Claude Charles Bloch
Lieut. Gen. Sidney Weinstein Admiral Ben Moreell
Maj. Gen. Julius Ochs Adler Admiral Jeremy Michael Boorda
Maj. Gen. Robert Bernstein Admiral Hyman G. Rickover
Maj. Gen. Milton Foreman Vice Admiral David Architzel
Vice Admiral Arthur R. Gralla
Maj. Gen. Julius Klein Vice Admiral Douglas J. Katz
Maj. Gen. Maurice Rose Vice Admiral Bernard M. Kauderer
Maj. Gen. Sid Shachnow Vice Admiral Adolph Marix
Maj. Gen. Robert B. Solomon Vice Admiral Joseph Taussig
Brig. Gen. Jack Bohm Vice Admiral James Zimble
Brig. Gen. Abel Davis Rear Admiral Julian R. Benjamin
Brig. Gen. Israel Drazin Rear Admiral Herb. M. Bridge
Brig. Gen. Herman Feldman Rear Admiral Jay Cohen
Brig. Gen. William M. Goodman Rear Admiral Louis Dreller
Brig. Gen. Edward S. Greenbaum Rear Admiral Hershel Goldberg
Brig. Gen. Sidney Gritz Rear Admiral Solomon Silas Isquith
Brig. Gen. Raymond Jacobson Rear Admiral Bertram Korn
Brig. Gen. Myron S. Lewis Rear Admiral Aaron Landes
Brig. Gen. William Meyer Rear Admiral Benjamin Lehman
Brig. Gen. Alfred Mordechai, Jr. Rear Admiral Ted Levy
Brig. Gen. Leopold C. Newman Rear Admiral Maurice H. Rindskopf
Brig. Gen. Fred Rosenbaum Rear Admiral Harold Robinson
Brig. Gen. David Sarnoff Rear Admiral Richard Schiff
Brig. Gen. Philip Sherman Rear Admiral Sumner Shapiro
Brig. Gen. Joseph R. Smith Rear Admiral Andrew Singer
Brig. Gen. David Zalis Rear Admiral Morris Smellow
Brev. Gen. Leopold Blumenberg Rear Admiral Lewis Strauss
Brev. Gen. Frederick Knefler Rear Admiral Edward Taussig
Brev. Gen. Edward S. Salomon Commodore Harry A. Badt
Brev. Maj. Gen. Frederick E. Salomon Commodore Uriah P. Levy
Commodore John Ordroneaux
Air Force
Surgeon General Phineas Horowitz
Gen. Norton A. Schwartz
Maj. Gen. Jerome N. Waldor Marine Corps
Maj. Gen. Bernard L. Weiss General Robert Magnus
Maj. Gen. Howard W. Chase
Coast Guard
Maj. Gen. Melvin Kruelewitch
Rear Admiral Joseph Greenspan Maj. Gen . Larry Taylor
Maj. Gen. William J. Weinstein
Brig. Gen. Martin L. Rockmore

Uniformed U.S. Public Health Service
Vice Admiral Julius Richmond
Rear Admiral Susan J. Blumenthal
Rear Admiral Steven Galson
Rear Admiral Jerrold Michael

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Re: West Point Class of 2019 Most Diverse

Post by Will Williams » Fri Aug 21, 2020 10:49 am

Will Williams wrote:
Sun May 26, 2019 9:58 am
C.E. Whiteoak wrote:Last year two faggots married each other in the West Point chapel.

https://thehill.com/policy/defense/army ... west-point

What if we had an actual war with a real country? :(
"We" would lose quick and "we" would lose big, C.E.

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I received my copy of DAV magazine (Disabled American Veterans) for July/August. The magazine promotes the "new" diverse, unisex military each month as a rule, but an article in this issue has a feature article about the military's newest problem, MST (Military Sexual Trauma), that takes DAV's PC policy to a new plateau. The focus is on a Navy vereran named Michael Stern, who claims he was raped 12 years ago while he was drunk. He's been so traumatized ever since that he is now seeking disability for PTSD, though he was separated from the Navy in 2009 for failing alcohol rehabilitation. An isolated case like his might be understandable, though there was no evidence to back up his rape claim in 2008. But get this: "Stern was just one of 81,000 male veterans who reported experiencing MST when seeking VA care last year." That's just the male veterans, just last year!

How will these pansies stand up to the manly military pictured above?

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Re: West Point Class of 2019 Most Diverse

Post by Will Williams » Fri Aug 21, 2020 11:02 am

Will Williams wrote:
Fri Aug 21, 2020 10:35 am
The once proud, manly United States Marine Corps, like NASCAR, has also fallen victim to Political Correctness:
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Marine Corps Bans Confederate Displays

The commandant of the Marine Corps has ordered that all Confederate symbology be removed from Marine installations.

Commandant General David Berger is said to have instructed that all Marine bases remove any “Confederate-related paraphernalia” worldwide.
Image
The directive was sent out as part of a memo, in which Berger demanded several initiatives be put in place, including finding ways to place more women in combat positions and to update their recruitment policies to prohibit those with prior domestic abuse convictions...
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Marine Corps Commandant David Berger
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Follow up, here: https://www.usatoday.com/story/news/nat ... 346701002/
Will the Black Lives Matter movement finally
put an end to Confederate flags and statues?

Wenei Philimon, Trevor Hughes, Marco della Cava
USA TODAY
June 12, 2020
[...]
The Navy announced Tuesday it would ban the Confederate flag from its military installations. Last week, the Marine Corps began implementing a ban on displaying the flag in any form. That decision is a nod toward the many African Americans serving in the armed forces...

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