What is happening to the US Military? Is the Pentagon creating an army of enforcers, rather than serving and protecting the United States, to blindly obey the orders of the state, whatever those orders might be? You should be concerned.
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- [0:28:00] Basically Business – The Markel Method 008
- Delivering to your Tribe
- “Give them the pickle.” What is the “pickle”?
- [0:42:20] Pentagon issues rules aimed at stopping rise of extremism news.yahoo.com
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Warning that extremism in the ranks is increasing, Pentagon officials issued detailed new rules Monday prohibiting service members from actively engaging in extremist activities. The new guidelines come nearly a year after some current and former service members participated in the riot at the U.S. Capitol, triggering a broad department review.
According to the Pentagon, fewer than 100 military members are known to have been involved in substantiated cases of extremist activity in the past year. But they warn that the number may grow given recent spikes in domestic violent extremism, particularly among veterans.