The Military is undergoing a major change.
They are fighting in the culture wars.
Tucker Carlson threw down the gauntlet with eight startling words for the military.
The military’s Joint Chiefs of Staff Chairman Gen. Mark A. Milley defended Critical Race theory being included in the Pentagon reading curriculum.
“What is wrong with understanding, having some situational understanding about the country that we are here to defend,” Milley said, addressing the committee.
Milley also expressed that he struggled to understand “white rage” in order to purge racism from the military.
Fox News host Tucker Carlson blasted Milley asking him “have you read anything recently about winning wars?”
Carlson began his segment by how only a few years ago everyone in America could agree attacking people on the basis of their race was wrong.
“‘I don’t like that group because of their skin color, let’s hurt them.’ You couldn’t say that, it was the one unacceptable thing and for very good reason,” Carlson said. “You cannot maintain a multiracial democracy unless people of every color have exactly the same rights and responsibilities under the law and are considered of precisely same moral value under God.”
Carlson said that current events have revealed that America’s “leadership class” was opposed to that.
“Look at what they are doing. When you hear people ascribe blood guilt to a specific racial group, when you hear them talk about the sin of whiteness, what you are watching is the death of our future as a country,” Carlson continued. “We can’t live in a nation of warring tribes. We know very well what that looks like, because it’s a history of the world. It is miserable and vicious and bloody. We can’t allow this. Most Americans, of all colors on some level understand this. They don’t always have the words to articulate it, but they know it.”
Carlson added that Critical Race Theory is fundamentally racist since it defines people and events primarily through a racial lens.
“Like so much academic jargon, the phrase critical race theory doesn’t mean anything. It obscures rather than illuminates. It is designed that way. It is designed to confuse you. What is happening in our schools, military, and government, is both simpler and easier to recognize than that. It is not critical race theory, it is racism,” Carlson said, turning to talk about Milley’s comment where he claimed he wanted to “understand white rage.”
“Hard to believe that man wears a uniform. He’s that unimpressive. Notice he never defined white rage — and we should know what it is. What is white rage? … It’s one of those diseases that only affects people with certain melanin levels. It is a race specific illness,” Carlson added. “That is what Mark Milley learned from reading about it. That’s why he’s making his soldiers learn about it too. They need to know.”
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