George Washington and Patrick Henry Not Welcome In Today’s Military

Liberal propaganda has infected all aspects of our federal government like poison spreading through a water supply.  Everything is becoming infected with the deadly liberalism and the end result will be the death of America as we know it.

We’ve all heard how more and more textbooks being used in public schools are teaching our children that the Boston Tea Party was a terrorist act and that America is the enemy of the world.  Kids are being taught globalism and a one-world economy and government.

Now, the Defense Department has come out with its own liberal version of history and guidelines for military personnel, a document titled ‘AFSS 0910 Equal Opportunity and Treatment Incidents (EOTI).’  Contained in the document are lessons which are teaching the military that people like George Washington and Patrick Henry who fought for America’s freedom were extremists and those types of people are not wanted in today’s military.

On page 35, the document provides the following definitions:

“Extremism – A term used to describe the actions or ideologies of individuals or groups who take a political idea to its limits, regardless of unfortunate repercussions, and show intolerance toward all views other than their own.”

“Extremist – A person who advocates the use of force or violence; advocates supremacist causes based on race, ethnicity, religion, gender, or national origin; or otherwise engages to illegally deprive individuals or groups of their civil rights.”

On page 36, the document states:

“Individuals who hold extremist views are in conflict with the standards expected of all military members, and participation in extremism is inconsistent with the duties of military service.”

On page 38, the document equates hate groups with extremists:

“While many extremist groups advocate violence, some extremists avoid violence at all costs. So, one cannot say that the terms extremist and hate is synonymous. However, while not all extremist groups are hate groups, all hate groups are extremist groups.”

“According to the Southern Poverty Law Center (SPLC), there were 932 hate groups active in the United States in 2009. Many of these groups follow the same ideologies, but do not necessarily work together or cooperate with each other. Extremists tend to be confrontational, so fights within a group are not uncommon. After an argument, dissidents may form another competing group or organization, or join a different one.”

Now you need to realize that the Southern Poverty Law Center defines any conservative group as being a hate group.  Among their list of hate groups is, Family Research Council, American Family Association, Concerned Women for America and Coral Ridge Ministries.  There are indications that the shooting earlier this year at the Family Research Council was prompted by the organization being labeled as a hate group by the Southern Poverty Law Center.

Judicial Watch pointed out:

“In April 2013, following a terrorist shooting at the Family Research Council (FRC) headquarters that occurred in August 2012, Judicial Watch filed multiple FOIA requests to determine what, if any, influence SPLC’s branding of hate groups had on government agencies. On its website, the SPLC has depicted FRC as a ‘hate group,’ along with other such mainstream conservative organizations as the American Family Association, Concerned Women for America, and Coral Ridge Ministries. At the time of the shooting, FRC president Tony Perkins accused the SPLC of sparking the shooting, saying the shooter ‘was given a license to shoot … by organizations like the Southern Poverty Law Center.’”

On page 39, the DOD document places the hate groups listed by the Southern Poverty Law Center in with the Neo-Confederate, Black Separatist, Ku Klux Klan, Neo-Nazi, Racist Skinheads and the White Nationalists.  That’s right; the Department of Defense considers conservative groups like Coral Ridge Ministries and the American Family Association to be in the same category of hate groups as the KKK and Skinheads.

On page 40 it states:

“Extremists often attack the character of an opponent rather than deal with the facts or issues raised. They will question motives, qualifications, past associations, alleged values, personality, looks, and mental health as a diversion from the issues under consideration.”

This actually describes most liberal Democrats, especially during the last election where they spent more time attacking their Republican opponents’ character than discussing the issues.

On page 45 the document describes recruiting methods of hate groups and extremists:

“The standard hate message has not changed, but it has been packaged differently. Modern extremist groups run the gamut from the politically astute and subtle to the openly violent.”

“Nowadays, instead of dressing in sheets or publicly espousing hate messages, many extremists will talk of individual liberties, states’ rights, and how to make the world a better place.”

Let me get this straight.  If you talk to people about states’ rights (Tenth Amendment) or individual liberties (US Constitution and the Bill of Rights), then you are a recruiting extremist and a member of a hate group.  That means that any conservative Republican or Christian is an extremist and not fit to serve in the US military.  Men like George Washington, Patrick Henry, Gen. Dwight David Eisenhower and most of the heroes that built and protected America for over 200 years are extremist hate mongers and no longer welcome to serve in our military and protect what little freedoms we have left.

The Department of Defense is saying that they only want men and women who are not patriotic, hate the American way of life and are as liberal as Nancy Pelosi and Barack Obama.  God help us!