CNO Gilday Wants To Make U.S. Navy "The Most Diverse Service"—Which Should Just About Finish It Off
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The Chief of Naval Operations, Michael M. Gilday, has a plan to make the U.S. Navy the most diverse service [Gilday outlines goal for Navy to become the most diverse service, by Diana Stancy Correll, Navy Times, Friday, September 24, 2021].

Steve Sailer mentions this here—Gilday was being questioned by GOP lawmakers for including Kendi's How To Be An Antiracist in the Navy's recommended reading list.

Apparently today's Navy can no longer put out fires, the most basic task for any naval force expecting to go in harm's way:

When the USS Bonhomme Richard caught fire, Steve wondered if it might be a BLM arson attack. The Navy claims it's a white guy.

His motive allegedly involved a love triangle with a sailorette:

Paul Kersey notes that U.S. Navy officers are "up to speed on diversity training. Not so much ship handling" according to reports.

RamZPaul weighs in on the same report:

In the modern Navy, you are expected to pledge to, among other things, 

advocate for and acknowledge all lived experiences and intersectional identities of every Sailor in the Navy. I pledge to engage in ongoing self-reflection, education and knowledge sharing to better myself and my communities.

For example, they could advocate for the lived experience of an unnamed, but presumably black sailor who committed a fake hate crime against himself, vandalizing his own quarters on ship, and scribbling an epithet on the wall.

In spite of which, the Navy said, he would  "remain a member of the crew of the USS George H.W. Bush and will continue to perform his military duties."

A further problem of the New, Diverse, Coed, and possibly Transgender Navy: they can't keep from crashing their ships into other ships.

Below, the Arleigh Burke–class destroyer USS Fitzgerald, named after two actual seamen, after it was turned over to a woman driver in a crowded seaway:

This is the woman, above, who burst into tears at her court-martial, which let her off with a slap on the wrist.

But of course, the real culprits are the Admirals and Congresspeople (a lot of them Congresswomen) who thought it was a good idea to let an untrained woman have control of a ship in a crowded seaway. Here's some more news—they're not going to jail.

And they're not going to win any naval battles with China, either!

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