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You see our last ditch nuclear deterrent, feminists see an underwater frat house.

11 Dec

As with gays in the military, the prog standard operating procedure is the same: to treat it as a social laboratory, as with schools, to effect the kinds of changes they wish to see at the societal level, as well.

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Trident II Missile Launch An unmistakable symbol of male privilege.

Time magazine published an article last week about sexual assault in the military titled This Is What It Looks Like When Women Come Out of the Shadows.  The article compares the work of Social Justice Warriors (SJWs) in the military to the work the same group is doing on college campuses:

But at a moment when awareness of violence against women has hit a high water mark after highly publicized incidents on campuses, in the military, in professional sports and in Hollywood, Thursday’s news holds out promise that victims will continue to feel more empowered to come out of the shadows across the country.

In fact, while the url for the article ends with “military-sexual-assault”, it is part of the “Campus Sexual Assault” section of the Time website:

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It is clear that to hard core feminists and SJWs colleges and the military look the same.  The…

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Posted by on December 11, 2014 in Uncategorized

 

8 responses to “You see our last ditch nuclear deterrent, feminists see an underwater frat house.

  1. Sanelity

    December 11, 2014 at 12:47 pm

    As a former submariner, I find the idea of mixed sex subs a disaster. If the Navy must put women on board, give them their own boat.

    Maybe there isn’t a functional difference between a mixed surface crew and a mixed sub crew, but I don’t think the mixed surface crews are working out all that well either. As you’ve mentioned, the SJW crowd is getting a bigger voice and having a greater impact.

    The social engineering crowd needs to stay away from the military. Women are a distraction to most men and will divert men’s focus from the mission.

     
  2. Will S.

    December 11, 2014 at 12:51 pm

    Yes, that’s an excellent point; if there absolutely must be women in the military, no reason why they can’t be in all-female units, in all-female boats, etc.

    Of course, the SJWs wouldn’t go for that unless they could both have their cake AND eat it; i.e. all-female and mixed units, but no all-male ones…

    Therefore, it will probably come to pass…

     
  3. infowarrior1

    December 11, 2014 at 7:22 pm

    @Will S.

    This attitude is similar to the way feminists treat a male scientist that landed a satellite on a comet:
    “I dont care if you landed a satellite on a comet. Your shirt is sexist!”

     
  4. Will S.

    December 11, 2014 at 7:27 pm

    Yep.

     
  5. feeriker

    December 12, 2014 at 2:58 pm

    Ditto what sanelity said.

    Being ex-USN myself (only ever did one sub deployment, though), I can say without reservation that the whole “women at sea in a mixed-sex environment” thing is just plain insane. My one qualm with the idea of an all-female boat, though: just picture the Thresher and Scorpion incidents multiplied by one hundred. The DoD would bankrupt itself within a week and the Navy would be tied up with doing nothing but rescuing sunken nuclear subs full of estrogen before they went into meltdown mode and caused global nuclear catastrophe.

    Quite frankly, and as I’ve said elsewhere more times than I care to remember, any self-respecting man who willingly remains on active duty in today’s U.S. military is just BEGGING to get screwed.

     
  6. Will S.

    December 12, 2014 at 5:30 pm

    I don’t see any good reason for fighting for the interests of the Empire. It’s one thing to pick up a gun and fight to defend your country against a direct invasion; it’s another to go overseas and kill people with whom you have no real, actual beef, who haven’t done your country any ill. And that’s what deployment today in Afghanistan and the Middle East amount to…

     
  7. Sanelity

    December 12, 2014 at 6:21 pm

    @ feeriker,

    If an all-girl boat did go down, the pressure would be on the Navy to blame “inadequate training” or some such to remove any responsibility from the women for the loss.

    Of course that excuse disappears as we lose more subs.

     

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