|What the Obama Administration wants the face of the Navy SEALs to be: non-white|
Currently, any member of the Navy SEALs deserves respect and gratitude. They went through hell to attain the right to be called a SEAL. Through merit alone, they attained this honor.
But in Obama’s America, merit doesn't matter (does content of character even matter?) when compared to the sacred goal ofinclusion, diversity and increasing the number of people of color employed.
So, if you check out Act of Valor in theaters, realize that the greatest threat that the Navy SEALs face comes, not from “terrorists”, but from those pushing diversity, inclusion, and the lowering of standards to create a racially-correct outcome.
Being “nearly all” white in Obama’s America isn't an “act of valor”—it’s an act of treason.
In June of this year, a book I'm almost afraid to put out will be published: SBPDL III: Obama's War on White America. For a long time, there has been a war waged by the federal government on the historic majority population (founding population) in America. Barack Obama just put a Black face on it. Peter Brimelow has an article by Paul Kersey on Eric "My People" Holder's personal war with the Department of Justice on those states that dare pass voter identification laws.
Through these actions, the war on white America becomes obvious. But it was an article published today at Yahoo.com that illustrates the purely mindset of those behind what we have dubbed Black-Run America (BRA). Let's roll the ugliness (Navy Seeking More SEALS, Time, Mark Thompson):
In nature, most seals are black, with relatively few white ones. The Navy's SEALs have exactly the opposite problem -- they're overwhelmingly white, with hardly any blacks. So they're trying to do something about it.
It's a fundamental challenge in a democracy with an all-volunteer force: recruits may be drawn from all segments of society, but elite military units -- and none is more elite these days than the SEALs, following their dispatch of Osama bin Laden last May -- tend to draw from small pools of talent. For the SEALs, that includes athletic young men who are smart and good in the water. For whatever reason, that has led to an overwhelmingly white (PHOTOS: Navy SEALs in Action)Say the SEALs:force.
Gaps exist in minority representation in both officer and enlisted ranks for Special Warfare operators. Diverse officers represent only ten percent of the officer pool (for example, (PHOTOS: A History of Special Ops)represent less than 2% of SEAL officers). Diverse enlisted account for less than twenty percent of the total SEAL enlisted population. is committed to fielding a force that represents the demographics of the nation it serves. This contract initiative seeks effective strategies to introduce high potential candidates from diverse backgrounds to the opportunities available in Naval Special Warfare.
The SEALs are considering hiring help to attract thousands of "minority males in the 16–24 year-old target age range" to become SEALs. "This contract will create a mechanism to enhance Naval Special Warfare's ability to conduct outreach, raise awareness, mentor, and increase self-selection to a career as a SEAL within minority communities," a recently-posted draft contract solicitation says.
The Navy isn't seeking only black SEALs: "Challenges for minority recruitment also exist in the Hispanic,(API), Native American, and populations among others," the announcement notes. "Given shifting demographics, these gaps in representation need to be corrected to ensure continued access. There are sustainment, societal, educational, and operational drawbacks to failing to correct this disparity."
Ain't that the truth. U.S. special operators have long acknowledged they face challenges mixing in with foreign populations because they look so American. The SEALs acknowledge as much: "Traditional SEAL Team demographics will not support some of the emerging mission elements that will be required," it says.
Two pictures highlight the challenge:
On the cover of the latest issue of Newsweek are 10 SEALs. All of them appear to be Caucasian. That's the reality.
But when you go to the SEALs' recruiting website, there are only two SEALs. Both of them appear to be African-American. That's the desire.
The basic building block of the SEAL force is the one in four young men who completes Basic Underwater Demolition /SEAL training (BUD/S). The SEAL community has spent a lot of time figuring out a way to predict who can succeed as a SEAL. Research shows that succeeding in the BUD/S course is the key indicator of an "HPC" -- High Potential Candidate. "However, there remains an unfulfilled requirement to find significant numbers of minority HPCs and to arrange the necessary encounters and mentoring with NSW representatives that will lead to self-selection of more of these candidates," the contract solicitation notes. "The intent of this Statement of Work is to facilitate solution to this requirement gap through targeted awareness and mentoring efforts aimed at the minority high potential candidates for Naval Special Warfare."
So the SEALs want a contractor who will work through "athletic, peer group, academic and administrative entities" to inform minority youth about SEAL opportunities.One of the most popular entries at SBPDL was the one published a day after the killing of Osama Bin Laden. I asked the question of just who would be cast in the SEALs Team 6 movie glorifying this killing: judging by what the US Military wants as the new criteria for its SEAL teams (non-white faces), the answer should any non-white actor.
With this article from Time magazine, we learn that the lily-white Navy SEALs aren't qualified anymore to defend our nation. Instead, this is where we'll search for SEALs in the future: