Written with contribution from Sheriff David Clarke
The U.S. Navy has released newly mandated training geared toward “eradicating extremism,” and it goes on to claim that Black Lives Matter, the organization responsible for doing billions in damages last year, is not a political or extremist organization.
Next the Navy will try to convince us that water isn’t wet.
According to a report from the Daily Wire, a set of newly declassified memos has revealed that the Department of Defense is making it mandatory for the Navy to hold anti-extremist training after what happened at the Capitol on January 6 and two other incidents of internal problematic behavior.
Training? How about indoctrination? By the way, how did they get into the Navy if they are a bunch of racists? Are standards that loose?
This new training makes it clear that the Navy “prohibits any member of the naval services from participating in any organization advocating supremacist causes, advocating illegal discrimination, or advocating the use of force or violence against the U.S. government or a state government.”
Damn. Means they can’t join Antifa or Black Lives Matter.
The training is referred to as “stand-down” in internal memos and is now required to be completed by April 6.
The seminar informs naval officers that what they deem “offensive jokes” are “prohibited conduct” and that “offensive objects or pictures” are also included in that category. Other behaviors they are banning include “insults or put-downs” and “name-calling.”
The Daily Wire report said,” In the social media portion of the training, naval officers were told they could not “retweet or like” any material that promotes discrimination based on race, color, religion sex (including gender identity), creed ethnicity, national origin, or sexual orientation.”
But if it demeans conservatives, it’s ok.
In one part of the training manual, commanding officers are provided a lengthy list of questions that might pop up. One of those questions is whether or not it is appropriate to talk about BLM in the workplace. The manual says it’s appropriate due to the group not being “politically partisan in nature.”
Here’s what the manual says:
Q: My boss is always talking about Black Lives Matter in the workspace. Isn’t that political stuff that they’re not supposed to be talking about at work?
A: Advocating for or against a public policy issue (as here) is authorized as long as the behavior is otherwise lawful and the advocacy is not politically partisan in nature.
Here is the correct answer. No it’s not acceptable. BLM is a socialist, hate filled movement that advocates for the destruction of the nuclear family.
Another question asks whether or not it is okay to talk about conservative religious views on forums that are maintained by a church. The answer stated that “expressing religious views” is acceptable, though preventing “others from exercising their legal rights is not permissible.”
This particular training takes a total of 90 minutes to complete and is broken down into two segments. The first is 30 minutes and the other is a 60 minute “small group” session.
God help us. These people have lost their minds. Should we trust them to protect the nation?
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