It's no secret that the official US foreign policy has been sodomite promotion for years.
Now, instead of doing something productive, like spending their ridiculously high defense budget on taking care of veterans and their families, the US Military has decided they would be better served by a sodomite squad.
Apparently, they really need that high defense budget for sex change operations... which gives a whole new meaning to the term "special operations".
In this video exposé on our YouTube Channel, Russia's top news Anchor reveals just how far Sodom-and-Gomorrah-on-the-Potomac have fallen. (Full transcript provided below the video)
Kiselyov is always interesting because of his carefully crafted and scripted monologues. You can see a full archive of them on RI here.
Russia's Top Anchor Kiselyov:
Recently, a soldier of the U.S. Army underwent a sex reassignment surgery. The Pentagon issued a special statement on the matter, which was aired by NBC. Importantly, the surgery was paid for from the U.S. military budget. Since the service member had already voluntarily started the transitioning before, his doctor was able to make the final decision before the operation—do the cut.
And the head of the DoD's Military Health System approved it as a government program.
But the U.S. Army experience in field surgery wasn't enough for it. It's not the same as stitching up a wound or extracting shrapnel. So the newest development in military medicine took place in a specially selected private clinic. After this disgrace, army docs might try to get back in the game and open special departments for service members who want to transition. It is, after all, a matter of combat fitness and thus also of national security. And how could you possibly ensure it when the soldier can only think of his wrong sex. But once he becomes a transgender woman, then things will start looking up.
Still, it's not like there's unanimity on the issue in the U.S. President Donald Trump, who is also the commander-in-chief of the U.S. Armed Forces, issued a decree in the summer to ban transgender people from joining U.S. Army.
Trump's tweet: "After consultation with my Generals and military experts, please be advised that the United States Government will not accept or allow transgender individuals to serve in any capacity in the U.S. Military. Our military must be focused on decisive and overwhelming victory and cannot be burdened with the tremendous medical costs and disruption that transgender in the military would entail."
But the District Court for Washington blocked this ban at the end of October, so transgender people keep enlisting, and the army itself is now paying for sex reassignment surgeries. A precedent has been made. Different estimates put the total number of transgender people in the U.S. Army at several thousand. The actual combat fitness of these soldiers is yet to be determined. There haven't been any studies so far. Apparently, it wouldn't be politically correct.
And political correctness is more important than national security.
Need proof? The United States allows women to serve in combat units, including army special forces, or the Green Berets, the Marine Corps, the SEALs, or the Blue Berets, and even submarines. And that's even though co-ed units don't perform in the field as well as men-only units, as is confirmed by numerous studies.
But refusing women in their desire to join male teams is even scarier. Its discrimination after all.
At the same time, actual violence against service women is almost a norm. A famous documentary by American director Kirby Dick “The Invisible War” claims that 1 in 4 military women has been raped, and not in the way described by some Hollywood actresses, "He touched me from behind," but rather aggressively. However horrible this is, the problem is an old one. What's new is yet another extreme.
Wednesday brought news of the American Congress introducing mandatory training for the congressmen, staff and even interns. The objective is to stop lawmakers from sexually harassing others. Refusing to do it is not an option. At the end of the training, participants receive certificates.
So we can now expect congressmen to decorate their offices with diplomas showing their excellence in chastity classes. But what do they teach in these classes? The importance of not catcalling after women. Clicking tongue and snapping fingers is also not allowed. Sighs should be drawn with care, as if they are not about the woman. And to look at a woman, you need to cast your eyes down, never staring at her directly, let alone undressing her with your gaze.
If you're explaining something at the computer, standing behind her chair, you should keep a respectful distance. And god forbid you lean in! Touching is a whole subject of its own with many sections. The same goes for joking. Clumsy, suggestive, witty, silly jokes and obviously those with medical imagery are absolutely off limits. Before undoing any button, either yours or hers, give it a really good second thought.