Monday, December 06, 2021

Trusting much of the military command right now is as stupid as trusting the EffingBI

Four military officers who describe themselves as “researchers” at the Army’s highly respected Cyber Institute have published an article that adds to the growing concern about the ongoing politicization of the military. Published by the military’s National Defense University (NDU), their article purports to analyze the dangers of misinformation and disinformation and to advise the Biden administration about how to counter it.

The article’s authors all are military officers and at least two are professors at West Point. They say their article “is written in response to the Capitol insurrection.”

Can you say 'loaded language' and "Here are our politics"?

Then we have this:
The article suffers from a number of flaws. One of the most notable – and dangerous – is that the authors wade deeper into the political wars by advocating more government control over speech that they regard as outside the mainstream or, as they put it, contrary to a desired “shared reality.”
Military officers wanting to trash part of the Constitution they swore to uphold.  In the name of 'shared reality'.

These clowns need to go.  Along with every other officer who agrees with them.

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

This is exactly why I have cut off contact with many of my West Point classmates. I never would have guessed (30+ years ago) that some of them were that willing to violate their oath of office ... which is to the Constitution. Their fucking arrogance goes right to their heads.