Military Destroyed From Within – Study Exposes Vast Damage

Rush Limbaugh articulated numerous universal truths, despite the left’s attempts to distort them. One of these stated, “The objective of armies is to kill people and break things,” which sums up the goals of the American military as well as the military of any other country. Given that Joe Biden has ignited global controversy, this truth is more important than ever. Unfortunately, though, under Democratic leadership, the U.S. military inevitably devolves into a vast social experiment. This is precisely what has happened to the U.S. military. There is evidence now that Biden and his cronies have reduced our valiant warriors to little more than DEI (diversity, equity, and inclusion) test subjects.

We have always suspected that the U.S. military and the Pentagon have turned into a “vast DEI bureaucracy,” prioritizing DEI indoctrination of current and prospective military personnel over real military readiness. On Tuesday, a year-long study by the Arizona State University Center for American Institutions (CAI) confirmed our suspicions. The study’s findings show that the military is creating an environment that hinders efficiency through “racial and sex-based scapegoating and stereotyping.”

Matt Lohmeier, a former space force commander, stated the following about the study in an honest manner:

“The fact that a record number of young people are declining to enlist in the military is not surprising. As this thorough report demonstrates, DEI indoctrination has become an essential part of military training, starting for officers even at the service academies. If our warfighters lack mission concentration and are more fragmented and preoccupied with ideology, how can we be ready to face our enemies?”

DEI is a significant federal government enterprise. The Department of Defense’s budget for “DEI projects” has increased annually since Joe Biden became office; it was $68 million in FY 2022, $86.5 million in FY 2023, and $114.7 million in FY 2024. What, as a result, are the American people’s tax dollars funding? An example of this would be an Air Command “tool kit” for instruction. Having “courageous conversations” about subjects like white privilege and unconscious bias is a part of that “training.” Additionally, since “it can affect whether someone will stay in their company,” Air Force personnel are encouraged to “include personal pronouns in email signature blocks.” In the Navy, Black Lives Matter (BLM) is not considered a political issue according to anti-extremism training. Perhaps the study’s most unsettling aspect, though, concerns two senior Marine Corps officers who opposed racial colorblindness on the grounds that it “supported racism and white supremacy.”

It appears that the American military likewise abides by the proverb “Grab ’em while they’re young.” As America’s future airmen, sailors, soldiers, and Marines report to their different academies, the indoctrination process begins. DEI offices mentor and assist “affinity groups” based on gender and race. Students engage in “eyes and ears” activities to monitor each other and report any potential violations of DEI.

Outside of the CAI research, there are more documents that disclose the curriculum at U.S. military academies. The advocacy organization Justice Watch submitted a Freedom of Information Act request that reveals the Air Force Academy is also endorsing critical race theory (CRT) via the “1619 Project.” The “peer education” program at the Naval Academy aims to enlist midshipmen to engage in required discussions about DEI with one another.

What effect does DEI’s brainwashing have on the United States’ fighting force? Nothing favorable. First and foremost, hiring. The Army, Navy, and Air Force failed to meet their recruitment targets in FY 2023. White recruits are the demographic whose numbers are continuously declining; no one knows why. At the start of 2024, the U.S. military had the lowest fighting force since World War II. According to the CAI report, asking military troops to “protect a nation that is an alleged cesspit of bigotry and discrimination” is the main issue with DEI indoctrination. It’s also not necessary to have been in the military to understand that DEI and its associated practices negatively impact teamwork and unit cohesiveness.

There is only one reason why the United States military should be merit-based. This is to ensure that the best fighting men and women in America, who have been trained to love their country, are ready to defend it at any time.

Author: Blake Ambrose


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