Yes, Diversity, is a War Winner! By Richard Miller
The British armed forces were once to be feared, but no more. But will they return to their former glory after some time spent wandering in the metaphorical desert? Sure, the answer is diversity, and the more the better:
“The Armed Forces of the United Kingdom have become mired in identity politics, with the British Army bragging that it is winning the “race for diversity” against the Royal Air Force and Royal Navy. “[M]ultiple long-term targets [were] set out by the country’s defence and military leaders” to increase military diversity in 2015, according to military interest news source the Forces Network, with an increase in the proportion of BAME (Black, Asian, and Minority Ethnic) personnel in the Regular Forces to 10 per cent by 2020 becoming a key target. “As of March this year, annual intake reached a hopeful 9.1 per cent,” the report notes. At present, the British Army appears to be leading the pack, with 11.1 per cent BAME personnel, compared with the Royal Navy and Royal Marines on 3.8 per cent, and the Royal Air Force “struggling” on 2.3 per cent. “Diversity and inclusion is critical to our success and will give us the operational edge we need,” claimed Secretary of State for Defence Gavin Williamson, a Remain-supporting MP with a background in pottery sales, rather than the armed forces. “We are committed to delivering a more inclusive culture and a more diverse workforce at all levels,” he added.
Thus, the focus will be upon Islam and sexual diversity, getting rid of that machoism that Putin has installed in the Russian forces. That makes a of sense, since if the goal is to lose wars, and produce national dissolution, which is the direction modern Britain is going, it is the way to go:
“The British Army has been slammed for bowing to “political correctness” after spending £1.6 million on a campaign engaging with gender and racial identity politics and encouraging troops to be more emotional. Army representatives say they want to encourage diversity of religion, gender, sexuality, and ethnicity with their ‘Army Belonging 2018’ campaign, as well as telling recruits its okay for them to cry. In promotional videos, voiced by serving soldiers, recruits ask: “Can I be gay in the Army?”, “Do I have to be a superhero?”, and “What if I get emotional in the Army?” In another, a Muslim soldier explains how the Army has allowed him to practice Islam, but Christian soldiers are not given the same reassurance in the campaign.”
Since the army is likely to be used first against its own citizens, probably all of this, within the context of anarchotyranny collapse and decline, is a good thing. When the glass of society is finally smashed, maybe something can be made from the shards that remain.