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WATCH: New Army Propaganda Indicates WAR Is Coming?

Everyone knows that the military has gone full woke. We’ve all seen Rachel Levine and the dude with a plush toy octopus—so have Russia and China.

Of course, woke doesn’t win wars, woke can’t even make money! If you go woke, you will go broke.

This is why the latest US Army ad is raising eyebrows among conservatives and the broader online community.

In an apparent back peddling the US Army recently released a recruitment ad featuring all white males on a helicopter.

Many have taken this as a surefire sign that war is coming. Why else would they suddenly decide to feature an ad with a bunch of strapping, young white men? Collin Rugg writes:

“The U.S. Army has released a recruiting ad featuring a mostly white team of men. I guess diversity is not our strength when it’s time for war?

The ad was much different than a previous ad that included an animation film of a girl who was raised by two moms.

“A little girl raised by two moms… I also marched for equality,” a previous recruitment ad said.

“I like to think I’ve been defending freedom from an early age. When I was six years old, one of my moms had an accident that left her paralyzed doctor said she might never walk again, but she tapped into my family’s pride to get back on her feet.

Eventually standing at the altar to marry my other mom with such powerful role models.” The US Army: When it’s time for war, diversity goes out the door.”

Earlier this year, Fox News reported that there were multiple reasons the military is having recruitment problems:

According to the poll, the 60% number has not been this low since 1997 and hasn’t been lower than 60% since 1988, when 58% of respondents expressed confidence in the military.

Those lower numbers of the 1980s, which hovered between 50% and 63%, were during a particularly trying time in American foreign policy, Gallup noted, amid the Cold War and high-profile events such as the Iran hostage crisis.

Charlie Kirk asked: “U.S. Army ditches diversity in its newest ad. Are we going to war?” Popular conservative outlets and influencers also came to the same conclusion upon viewing the ad.

In October,  the US Army announced sweeping changes to its recruitment efforts:

During a Pentagon news conference, Secretary of the Army Christine Wormuth and Chief of Staff of the Army Randy George detailed sweeping changes in how the Army will identify and recruit talent – from expanding its focus to a larger share of the youth labor market and creating a specialized talent acquisition workforce to initiating an experimentation and learning capability.

The changes follow a detailed study of Army recruiting over the past 25 years that provided recommendations to regain competitiveness in the modern labor market.


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