This Woke US Army Ad Will Make Your Blood Boil (Video)

The U.S. Army has come out with an animated advertisement that has quite a few people shaking their heads.  The ad features a female soldier which, as Twitchy informs us, “…spends the first minute-and-a-half of its two-minute run time showing a girl being raised by two mothers and marching in pride parades — that shows that she was fighting for freedom even as a teen. Then she graduated from college and decided she wanted to be a killing machine.”

We’re not kidding.

Here’s the ad as posted to Twitter:

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Now, Brandon Morse wrote at RedState, “…compare that to this Russian Army recruitment ad that features the military as it should be featured, as a masculine, strong, driven, and dutiful organization that you don’t want to meet in the field.”

He asked a very good question: In a contest between Sergei the Soldier, or the super-woke G.I. Jane in the U.S. Army ad, which of the two would win?

Morse adds:

In our first-world comfort, we’ve forgotten what the primary use of a military is for. Yes, it’s a multi-purpose organization with many talents, but its primary purpose is warfighting. Its primary trade is the ability to deal death be it finessing a single target with precision and speed or leveling an entire city if necessary. When confronted in the field, the military’s job is to eliminate its opposition without mercy and with such efficiency and strength that our enemies are horrified by the idea of confronting us again.

We’ve gotten too used to pushing buttons in air-conditioned rooms and watching something blow up on a screen. The safety that deadlier men have afforded us in the past has made us so soft that now our military is pushing the idea that it’s more important to be inclusive and politically correct.

Meanwhile, our enemies have no compunction to make a soft military that focuses more on social justice and modern western politics. It wants patriots willing to kill their country’s enemies and dominate any battlefield with strength and brutality. It doesn’t waste time attempting to appeal to people who are in it for anything else. It knows what it is and what it’s for. It strives to be the best at war, not the best at political correctness.

“If I was a Russian,” he said, “I’d be looking at our military and laughing. I’d be talking about the ease with which I’d be steamrolling over the U.S. army now filled with people who are more likely to break out a feelings session than focus on winning battles and doing what’s necessary to defeat the enemy.”

I tend to agree.

He had other astute observations about the ad:

Morse is absolutely correct in his analysis.

The two ads were discussed on Fox News’ Gutfeld:

God help us…


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A 10-year veteran of the U.S. Marine Corps, Joe ran for a city council position in Riverside, Calif., in 1991 and managed successful campaigns for the Idaho state legislature. Co-author of "Banned: How Facebook enables militant Islamic jihad," Joe wrote for Examiner.com from 2010 until it closed in 2016 and his work has been published at Newsbusters, Spokane Faith and Values and other sites. He now runs the Conservative Firing Line.

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