“We’re Not Dying For Israel”: Americans Reject New Army Ad Targeting White Men For Recruitment
The US Army dropped their commitment to “diversity, inclusion and equity” with a new ad targeting white men for recruitment but their efforts do not appear to be working.
💪 Together, we can take on any challenge.
— U.S. Army (@USArmy) November 6, 2023
Here’s an unedited snapshot of the comments:
It came out last week that the Army “suddenly and chaotically” ordered 800 soldiers to become recruiters “immediately” to try and fulfill a serious recruiting shortfall.
The Army going “woke” has clearly had a detrimental effect.
Less than 24 hours after this ad came out, the Army announced that they finished renaming all their military bases named after Confederate generals to advance Diversity, Inclusion and Equity (DIE):
Fort Rucker, Alabama, renamed Fort Novosel in honor of Chief Warrant Officer 4 Michael Novosel, an Army aviator who earned the Medal of Honor for his actions in Kien Tuong Province, Vietnam.
Fort Benning, Georgia, renamed Fort Moore in commemoration of Vietnam War hero Lt. Gen. Hal Moore and his wife, Julia, an advocate for military families.
Fort Polk, Louisiana, renamed Fort Johnson in honor of Sgt. William Henry Johnson, a member of the famed “Harlem Hellfighters” from the New York Guard. Johnson earned the Medal of Honor for his actions in France’s Argonne Forest during World War I.
Fort Bragg, North Carolina, renamed Fort Liberty.
Fort A.P. Hill, Virginia, renamed Fort Walker in honor of Dr. Mary Walker, a Civil War hero and the only woman to receive the Medal of Honor.
Fort Lee, Virginia, renamed Fort Gregg-Adams in commemoration of Lt. Gen. Arthur Gregg and Lt. Col. Charity Adams. Gregg, who retired in 1981, is considered one of the Army’s great logistics leaders of the 20th century. Adams commanded the 6888th Central Postal Directory Battalion, the first and only all-Black, all-female American battalion deployed overseas during World War II.
Fort Pickett, Virginia, renamed Fort Barfoot in honor of Army Tech. Sgt. Van Barfoot, who received the Medal of Honor for his actions near Carano, Italy, while serving with the Guard’s 45th Infantry Division during World War II.
Fort Hood, Texas, renamed Fort Cavazos in commemoration of Gen. Richard Cavazos, who fought in Korea and Vietnam and was the Army’s first Hispanic four-star general.
Now they want all the white Southerners they’ve been demonizing and disrespecting for years to fight in Israel’s wars.
UPDATE: It’s the same story on YouTube: