Posted by Tina
A Department of Defense training manual contains the following excerpt under a section titled, “Extreme Ideologies”:
“In U.S. history, there are many examples of extremist ideologies and movements. The colonists who sought to free themselves from British rule and the Confederate states who sought to secede from the Northern states are just two examples.”
What exactly is the intent here? What is this administration up to with this wording? Are they attempting to teach moral equivalency? Are they saying an extremist is an extremist is an extremist and none is more dangerous than another? Are they saying that the ideologies of Mao, Lenin, Hitler or Bin Laden were just like those of George Washington, John Adams, Robert E. Lee or William Bradford? Or are they saying any human being that doesn’t slavishly follow behind the superior leadership of President Obama (And whatever it is he represents) a dangerous extremist?
According to the report by Fox news the message is that anyone associated with groups (Tea Party) (Patriot) deemed extremist should not apply for military service:
The training guide warned that participation in groups that are regarded as extremist organizations is “incompatible with military service and is, therefore prohibited.”
This is social engineering taken to the level of overt discrimination. It echoes the administrations targeting of conservative groups by the IRS. They may not be hanging signs in recruiting station windows that say “Progressives only” but if the recruiters have been instructed to deny military service to anyone with such associations, this administration has created a condition for military service that is similar in outcome for conservatives as the conditions that existed for blacks in the Old South.
The Pentagon did not return calls asking for comment from FOX News. This is typical of an administration that is sheltered by the progressive media and that arrogantly operates as if it answers to no one.
I think the American people deserve an explanation. How about you?