Biden's Pentagon adopts anti-white, 'anti-racist' initiatives for military: report

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A new report on the US military from GOP leaders Senator Marco Rubio from Florida and Representative Chip Roy from Texas shows that under the Biden administration the country’s armed forces have embraced critical race theory to the extent of promoting “anti-white views” as part of a broader commitment to diversity, equity, and inclusion initiatives. 

Fox News reports that, according to the report, “Our military’s singular purpose is to ‘provide for the common defense’ of our nation. It cannot be turned into a left-wing social experiment. It cannot be used as a cudgel against America itself. And it cannot be paralyzed by fear of offending the sensibilities of Ivy League faculty lounges or progressive pundits.”

The report confirms that the US military has adopted anti-racism as a teaching tool. Anti-racism, like Critical Race Theory, is a form of racial essentialism that defines individuals by their racial and ethnic identity groups and then assigns them a place within structures and hierarchies of power. One distinguishing characteristic between the two philosophies is anti-racism, as articulated by Ibrim X. Kendi openly promotes the oppression of white Americans. Kendi wrote, “the only remedy to past discrimination is present discrimination.”

Joint Chiefs of Staff General Mark Milley defended the teaching of critical race theory to military members, stating that they were learning about it to gain “situational understanding about the country for which we are here to defend.”

“The world is a dangerous place, and the Biden administration’s insanity is eroding our greatest source of security in it,” the report stated

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