When I imagine the military, I think of burly men doing pull-ups. Usually in a chick magnet uniform, with big guns. Note the byeline — I’m a woman. Men, on the other hand, might imagine the thrill of combat. Being a chick magnet. Also, big guns. When Britain thinks of the military? They think of mewling drill sergeants and all around rainbow-land gayness.
This British commercial proves as much. It represents a string of recent advertisements conveying the new, wimpish face of the British Army.
It is the latest step in the Army’s ‘This is Belonging’ campaign, which has featured adverts telling recruits they are allowed to be emotional and reassuring gay people that they will be accepted if they sign up.
But the videos uploaded to YouTube came under fire last week when retired Major General Tim Cross said recruits needed to know that ‘we are not going to be soft and we are not going to be nice to people’.
Not soft. The military should always be building solid. Like Trump’s proposed wall.
Colonel Richard Kemp, who led British troops in Afghanistan, said the new campaign showed an Army ‘being forced down a route of political correctness’.
He said: ‘What it clearly is doing is appealing, trying to appeal, to a series of minorities who may or may not be interested in joining the forces.
Nothing is wrong with a soldier being Muslim and fighting ISIS. Though the irony is rich. Issues start to really arise when the government strives toward “Political Pansyism.” A devout religion I may have just made up. In which the practicioners are officials who pander to minorities to look good.
The rest of Britain’s campaigns have featured the following taglines:
- Expressing My Emotions – shows a soldier cry as he says goodbye to his family.
- Facing My Kryptonite – shows soldiers being cheered on during physical activity. It also shows a female leading.
- Can I Be Gay In The Army? – emphasizing acceptance of unconventional love interests. Particularly the wiener adorned attracted wiener adorned.
Yes. Those are real military campaigns. Next up? How to apply mascara while searching for bombs. #Multitasking
The military’s purpose is to protect, to be tough. It requires a restraint of emotions and lack of distraction. Like distraction by not-so-dudely soldiers twirling around in camo skirts. Distraction by interruption of duties to watch a comrade salute Allah. All while possibly risking losing one’s limbs. Or head. Or man berries. Something gay and straight soldiers alike would mourn.
Laughable though it is, the softening of the military equals the softening of the U.K.’s security. This could lead to a larger number of fatalities. Hence all the people who don’t want the military to be a breeding ground for social justice experiments. Priorities.
Get the deets of America’s transgender military ban from a tranny who’s transgender in the video below.