Navy Seeking More Minority SEALs

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  1. foobar75

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    We come across a lot of anti-White stories and articles every day, but this one takes the cake. I don't remember being this angry in a long time after reading the below report.

    The elite members of the armed forces, with the SEALs at the top of the food chain, pretty much represent the last bastion of meritocracy and manliness left in this rotten country. They can defeat and protect themselves against any enemy, except the cultural marxist vermin who are now trying to destroy these units because they are "too White". There has gotta be a point where critical mass is reached and someone has to stand up to this crap. The higher ups in the army and their civilian bosses should be tried and convicted for treason for coming up with this plan.

    If I'm a Navy SEAL who went thru hell to earn my place amongst the most elite fighters in the world, how would I feel about going on a dangerous mission with Raheem and Jose who may have passed watered down tests because, you know, diversity and inclusion is our strength? :icon_mad:

    WARNING: Reading the below article may increase your blood pressure to unhealthy levels. Proceed at your own risk.

    http://news.yahoo.com/navy-seeking-more-minority-seals-141500687.html
     
  2. Animalmuther0

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    Hey foo, they have been pushing this agenda for a couple of years. I remember reading the same things in the past and I would get just as assed up as you. This rears its ugly head again I think due to the astonishing success of SEALs and more specifically Team 6 in eliminating Bin Laden, hostage rescue and pirate eradication.

    After the King of the Rags, OBL, was taken out, there was an article that was written wondering who might the SEAL be that would have taken out OBL. Marcinko said he would be such and such an age, previous combat, highly intelligent and "most probably white."

    The Marxist in Chief is probably pushing this agenda as well. No doubt the black half of that PoS thinks that minorities...any minorities just have to be better than the elite group of white boys currently making up 90% or more of the SEALs. I'll say that within the next 4 years, females will be allowed in. I can say this because I have a very good family friend whose daughter is one of maybe 30 females in the US Army operating with Ranger units in Afghanistan. That's right...she is considered spec ops. She was very athletic throughout high school and had a track scholarship. Long story short, there was a try-out, she made it and is now acting as a liaison when dealing with the women that are encountered during patrols and that kind of thing. Could she drag a 170# soldier to safety in a firefight? I doubt it. Again she is athletic and strong, and an astonishingly brave gal, but being about 130# and carrying 50+ pounds or more of ruck, she is going to be physically tapped out.

    America is devolving...rapidly. I saw it coming as I was leaving the service. It was getting dumbed down then.
     
  3. Westside

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    Ok, it's a problem that most if not all SEALS are white. But it's ok if the NBA is mostly black! I would love to ask the writer of that article that. His answer would be a tongue twister.
     
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    Is it possible that the powers that be(CFR, AIPAC, etc.) fear a military coup by the last bastion of white manhood, the elite fighters of the rangers and seals? On a positive note, perhaps, less white men are killed in coming zionist wars.
     
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    China is just licking their chops as they watch our military water and dumb itself down. You can be damn sure they're not putting their mlitary through this nonsense. Another few years of this and they'll whip our ass sure in a showdown.
     
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    The interesting thing in this country is it was/is built on standards. No matter what the endeavor, standards have had to be lowered in every facet of life to allow minorities and women into the mainstream. But in effect, all they do is create an illusion of success. If a person looks closely at a situation, they can see the smoke and mirrors game going on. This concept of making a Navy Seal out of a minority is just the latest ruse. No big deal, people on the inside of things always know, whether it be a firemen, Navy Seal, Ironworking, or any other occupation. That's why there are endless lawsuits yelling about bias. Sure there's bias. There always has to be standards and when a person (minority) gets into a job they can't do in the first place, the bias must come through. But it's the bias against unqualified people. Not bias againt a person because of his race, etc.

    One last thing. As I'm older than most/all of you guys, I remember a situation years ago when all this stupidity started. A black NYC cop took the Sgts. test and failed it. They told him they'd promote him anyway because they had to have x amount of blacks pass. He said, "No, I failed this time, but there'll be more tests and I'll keep taking the test again and again until I pass it." That was years ago now and I never ever heard another minority do what he did. He was he only one. A couple of years later, a small article appeared that said he finally passed and was promoted to sgt.

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  7. The Hock

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    Minorities are quite sensitive to this sort of thing, so you gotta keep them happy. When I was in the army my specialty required a good score on the test. When I got to my assigned unit in Germany it was all white. There were only twelve of us, but we stood out like a sore thumb in the company and battalion. I can remember the grousing and grumbling about us. Well too bad, I have to say being all white helped our unit cohesion, and we were pretty sharp.

    Down the line, lo and behold, we started getting black replacements.
     
  8. Menelik

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    And this is the problem for females. Brute strength and endurance. Most likely VERY VERY FEW could last if you got your house on your back in injun territory. As for blacks in SEALS...for whatever reason swimming is their Achilles heel. I saw this in Ranger school back in the early 80s. The swim test then, with regards to SEAL training, didn't even come close BUT it was a major impediment.
     
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    that's insane. this really needs to, and should be, based on merit only. i love the fact that white people form by far the biggest part of that elite force, but if some minorities get in based on their tests, so be it! as long as it is deserved... not by means of inviting more of them to try out or, even worse, giving them a lite version of test.
     
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    Going through Navy boot camp it was rather hilarious to watch the blacks, almost to a man, stand wide-eyed in terror during the swim phase. Some were literally "helped" in by the instructors.

    The instructors would then have to use those rescue poles to "push them away from the edge" so they could try and tread water. The rest of us recruits were kind of shocked that the instructors would treat them so bad...but it was kind of fun to watch because the rest of the time, the same flounders were always yip-yappin' about this and that and getting the rest of the company in trouble because they could never shut-up. After that, all the company commander had to say was "you ready to go swimming again?" That would buy some peace for a little while.
     
  11. Don Wassall

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    The SEALs aren't going to get any blacker for the same reason affirmative action hasn't been forced on airline pilots, brain surgeons, and other important vocations, especially ones that directly impact upon the safety and security of the upper class.
     
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    Romney has a great saying. America should be about merit and opportunity. Not entitlements or handouts in BO's world. Sadly, alot of White liberals and DWFs view the world thrue BO's eyes.
     
  13. white is right

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    The last thing that an elite force needs is a member that the other members might have to watch out for in certain situations. It's total nonsense, but the police and the fire department have implemented these same rules, why not the armed forces....:thumbdown: I can't tell you how many times I have seen a female police officer or wimpy minority male and thought they could never have my back if a 200+ pound junkie/ criminal had a knife at my throat...:thumbdown:
     
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    I agree. There are blacks who just based on test scores could easily qualify. In my company we had a number who had cracking good scores. More than you'd think based on bell curve science, but I suppose the military at that time attracted a lot of the smart ones. But in a situation like the Seals, it's more than just doing well on a test. Motivation, dedication, determination, the intangibles, are what decides who makes it through such brutal training and who doesn't. And I think that favors whites because we're what I like to call "ice forged." Some idiot black academic (I won't bother with his name) made a career out of calling us the "ice people." I don't take offense to that at all. I'll cop to it, and be damn proud of it. Our stubborn do or die streak was forged by ice, literally. That's the reason the Seals, and Special Forces, and Rangers and other types who deal with dangerous and difficult situations are mostly white.

    I just hope they don't lower the standards to get more nonwhites into these units.

    But they probably will.
     
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    When Rudy Giuliani was Mayor of NYC, he merged the EMS with the Fire Dept. This way, he had a place to put minorities and women. So he created an illusion of diversity. They went through the Fire Dept. training and were assigned to the EMS and never served as firemen in a fire house. I'd think something similar could be done with the Seals.


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    What they will probably end up doing is setting a quota and fudging that many minorities into the various special forces, but putting them into units not likely to see combat and when those units get rotated into possible combat situation transfer the less capable troops to other units or have them go to high schools to speak to the students or other PR work since most won't want to see combat anyway. That way they get the symbols and prestige of being in elite units without the work or danger. This will lower morale for White troops and force them to carry and every greater burden of work and risk.
     
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    Menelik, I hate to admit this, but I failed the first swim qualification for Marine Corps boot camp. I ran circles around everyone, did more pull-ups, push-ups, than anyone, and I can swim free style, but I could not float, especially with 150lbs. on my back. I sank like a rock and still do. I learned what they called the elementary back-stroke and passed easily the second time.

    I am as white as anyone here, blond hair, blue eyes, just not very buoyant I guess.
     
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    I found that the backstroke OR sidestroke are the best techniques for swimming with gear. Also try not to panic! :0 I took my swim test in the old jungle ripstop which are/were light as hell but something about wearing clothes in water tends to fatigue you.
     
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    And now, purely by coincidence I'm sure, this fawning tall tale appears:

    Haney: Tiger Woods almost quit golf to become Navy SEAL

    Tiger Woods seriously considered quitting golf and becoming a Navy SEAL, according to a new book by Woods's former coach Hank Haney.

    Woods's fascination with the military is well known. After the 2004 Masters, Woods took part in four days of military training at Fort Bragg, where he also hosted a golf clinic for juniors. Woods's late father, Earl Woods, trained at Fort Bragg and served two tours of duty in Vietnam.

    "It's an honor to walk in my father's footsteps by training with the service men and women at Fort Bragg," Woods said in 2004.

    The AT&T National, a tournament Woods used to host and one that still supports his foundation, honors the military and their families. In a book excerpt posted on GolfDigest.com, Haney sheds new light on just how serious Woods was about enlisting.

    I didn't know how he'd go about it, but when he talked about it, it was clear he had a plan....I thought, Wow, here is Tiger Woods, greatest athlete on the planet, maybe the greatest athlete ever, right in the middle of his prime, basically ready to leave it all behind for a military life.

    Haney also reveals how Woods's physical therapist was concerned about the impact military training, and his infamous workouts, could have on Woods's injured knee.

    "Tiger did two tandem parachute jumps, engaged in hand-to-hand combat exercises, went on four-mile runs wearing combat boots, and did drills in a wind tunnel. Tiger loved it, but his physical therapist, Keith Kleven, went a little crazy worrying about the further damage Tiger might be doing to his left knee...One morning I was in the kitchen when he came back from a long run around Isleworth, and I noticed he was wearing Army boots. Tiger admitted that he'd worn the heavy shoes before on the same route. 'I beat my best time,' he said."

    Haney's book, The Big Miss, will be released on March 27, one week before the Masters.

    http://blogs.golf.com/presstent/201...oming-a-navy-seal.html?sct=hp_t2_a8&eref=sihp


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    I'm not sure of the exact source of Tiger's "testiness" but it seems to be that reporters want to know if there's any validity to the tall tale about Woods becoming a SEAL and His Surliness doesn't like it.

    http://espn.go.com/golf/story/_/id/7630450/tiger-woods-gets-testy-queries-hank-haney-book-continue
     
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    The entire story appears to be bogus and has been debunked. It's good to see the denial from the SEAL camp was quick and swift.

    The only question is, what's the deal with this ex-swing coach Haney? I wouldn't put it past a narcissist like Woods thinking he could become a SEAL, delusional as that might be, so the coach is probably telling the truth. I'm sure there's some added drama to sell the book, but it doesn't change the fact that this was around the time Tiger was at the peak of his "powers" and probably felt invincible and thought he could do anything.

    I believe I saw another excerpt from the book, something about Woods being perhaps "the greatest athlete of all-time" according to Haney. Not sure how much credibility he has left after making such an absurd and ludicrous statement.
     
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    See post #19 in this thread for the quote.
     
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    What an insane quote! Tiger Woods (a GOLFER!!!!) is the greatest athlete on the planet, maybe the greatest ever! This Haney fellow must have smoked his entire stash if he actually believes the tripe he's spewing forth.

    I almost pissed myself laughing - Woods considered "becoming" a Navy SEAL. What's next? Woods wins Olympic gold medals in several different sports...at both the Summer and Winter games? Woods wins the World's Strongest Man contest? Woods knocks out both of the Klitschkos in the first round? Woods swims non-stop from Boston to Liverpool, wins a hotdog eating contest, then swims back again without even taking a dump? After all, he's the greatest athlete on the planet, maybe the greatest ever!

    Too bad that this turd-complexioned superman cannot currently win anything in his chosen sport... :rofl:​
     

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