concerned veterans for america

Banning supremacists in the military

A new Defense Department directive providing policy on dissident and political activity was issuedlast November, but has only now been made public. It says that servicemembers “must not actively advocate supremacist doctrine, ideology, or causes.” This includes writing blogs or posting on Web sites. Such groups are “detrimental to good order, discipline, or mission accomplishment,” the Pentagon now says.

Let’s see. I wonder if this policy was intended to stop the Islamic supremacist doctrine of the US Major doctor who became a traitor and killed fellow soldiers at Fort Hood? Perhaps it was also inteded to stop the Black supremacist doctrine of Barack and Michelle Obama’s pastor of 20 years, Jeremiah Wright?  Or is this just the first round in the Obama administration’s plan to oppress all conservatives and other Tea-party types? Are there other options?

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