Making the general public aware about tough issues that need addressing is obviously a good thing. But there’s a right way and a wrong way to go about doing it.
What could be better than gaining "awareness" about how the sodomite is just like you only with a damaged rectum or that a negro is just a White with a deep tan and more soul or that the la-teen-oh soldier is a hero and in no way parallels the recruitment of barbarians into the Roman Legion, circa 450. We just have to be careful that the communist propaganda isn't too sloppy, but that's not a skill our enemies have mastered.
A Reddit post supposedly containing a message from the cellphone of a cadet has raised questions concerning an allegedly mandatory ROTC event.
The internet wants answers! I'm sure we'll get to the bottom of this.
In the “Walk a Mile in Her Shoes” event, cadets were required to wear high heels and march to “raise awareness of sexual assault against women.”
There's really nothing I can add to this. Imagine this army fighting millions of soulless, emotionless killers from the Chinese ant farm. Sodomites, negroes, foreigners, sobbing women, dykes and sissies...this is the mighty force for good that will certainly defeat whatever junior varsity team threatens our beloved merchant ally.
At least it's good practice for when your feet are blown off in a foreign war and you have to learn to walk with a prosthesis.
The sodomite heroes of our dead nation.
Die for Israel, but disgrace yourself first.
All of them.