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Posted by Jolly on November 7, 2013



I had this article sent in that was posted on by Todd Starnes.  It seems the ultimate political correct military organization, DOD's Equal Opportunity Gurus, feel that White Christian Heterosexual Males hold an unfair advantage over other races.  The training manual produced for new Military Equal Opportunity Officers warns in great detail about a so-called "White Male Club."  WTFO, has the DOD PC crowd completely lost its freaking mind?  I know, that's a stupid question, but can we all please raise our hand and save our large fighter pilot watches from being completely buried in Bullshit!  

It saddens me that this piece of shit document completely dishonors the vast majority of our brave men and women (not just the white ones) serving in uniform defending our freedom everyday against all enemies, foreign and domestic.   What's next, we stop allowing Catholic Chaplains provide Mass for our troops in harms way?  Oh wait, that already happened during the government shutdown.  Then there's the "So Help Me God" portion of the USAFA oath becoming optional, but that will have to wait for another WTFO Blog.


Pentagon training manual: white males have unfair advantages

By Todd Starnes, 
October 31, 2013

A controversial 600-plus page manual used by the military to train its Equal Opportunity officers teaches that "healthy, white, heterosexual, Christian" men hold an unfair advantage over other races, and warns in great detail about a so-called "White Male Club."

“Simply put, a healthy, white, heterosexual, Christian male receives many unearned advantages of social privilege, whereas a black, homosexual, atheist female in poor health receives many unearned disadvantages of social privilege,” reads a statement in the manual created by the Defense Equal Opportunity Management Institute (DEOMI).

The manual, which was obtained by Fox News, also instructs troops to “support the leadership of people of color. Do this consistently, but not uncritically,” the manual states.


The military manual goes into great detail about a so-called “White Male Club.”


The Equal Opportunity Advisor Student Guide is the textbook used during a three month DEOMI course taught at Patrick Air Force Base in Florida. Individuals who attend the training lead Equal Opportunity briefings on military installations around the nation.

The 637-page manual covers a wide range of issues from racism and religious diversity to cultural awareness, extremism and white privilege.

I obtained a copy of the manual from an Equal Opportunity officer who was disturbed by the course content and furious over the DEOMI’s reliance on the Southern Poverty Law Center for information on “extremist” groups.  

“I’m participating in teaching things that are not true,” the instructor told me. He asked not to be identified because he feared reprisals.

“I should not be in a position to do that,” he said. “It violates Constitutional principles, but it also violates my conscience. And I’m not going to do it – not going to do it.”

Read an excerpt from the EOAC student manual here.

DEOMI instructors were also responsible for briefings at bases around the country that falsely labeled evangelical Christians, Catholics and a number of high-profile Christian ministries as domestic hate groups.  

I contacted the Pentagon as well as the DEOMI multiple times for comment on this story, but so far they have not responded to my requests.

DEOMI opened in 1971 in response to the civil rights movement. It’s responsible for Equal Opportunity/Equal Employment Opportunity education and training for military active duty and reservists, according to its website.

The subject of white privilege emerged in a 20-page section titled, “Power and Privilege.”

“Whites are the empowered group,” the manual declares. “White males represent the haves as compared to the have-nots.”

The military document advises personnel to “assume racism is everywhere, every day” and “notice code words for race.” They are also instructed to “understand and learn from the history of whiteness and racism.”

“Assume racism is everywhere, everyday,” read a statement in a section titled, ‘How to be a strong 'white ally.'"

“One of the privileges of being white is not having to see or deal with racism all the time,” the manual states. “We have to learn to see the effect that racism has.”

On page 181 of the manual, the military points out that status and wealth are typically passed from generation to generation and “represent classic examples of the unearned advantages of social privilege.”

“As such, the unfair economic advantages and disadvantages created long ago by institutions for whites, males, Christians, etc. still affect socioeconomic privilege today,” the manual states.

The guide also points out that whites are over-represented and blacks are underrepresented in positive news stories, that middle class blacks live in poorer neighborhoods than middle class whites and that even though there are more white criminals than any other race, the news coverage of black criminals is about equal to the news coverage of white criminals.

The military manual goes into great detail about a so-called “White Male Club.”

“In spite of slave insurrections, civil war, the 13th, 14th, and 15th amendments, the women’s suffrage movement leading to the 19th amendment, the civil rights movement, urban rebellions and the contemporary feminist movement, the club persists,” the document states.

DEOMI states that “full access to the resources of the club still escape the vision of equitable distribution.”

The military also implies that white Americans may be in denial about racism.

In a section titled, “Rationalizations for Retaining Privilege and Avoiding Responsibilities,” the military lays out excuses white people use.

“Today some white people may use the tactic of denial when they say, ‘It’s a level playing field; this is a land of equal opportunity,’” the manual reads. “Some white people may be counterattacking today by saying political correctness rules the universities or they want special status.”

DEOMI points out that if “white people are unable to maintain that the atrocities are all in the past, they may switch to tactics to make a current situation seem isolated.”

They said some of the ways whites may claim to be victims include saying things like, “I have it just as bad as anyone else,” “They’re taking away our jobs,” or “White people are under attack.”
The military concludes the section by urging students to “understand and learn from the history of whiteness and racism” and “support the leadership of people of color.”

I called former Congressman and Lt. Col. Allen West (ret.) to get his take on the manual. In a nutshell – he wants a congressional investigation.

“This is the Obama administration’s outreach of social justice into the United States military,” he told me. “Equal Opportunity in the Army that I grew up in did not have anything to do with white privilege.”

West said he is very concerned about the training guide.

“When the president talked about fundamentally transforming the United States of America, I believe he also had a dedicated agenda of going after the United States military,” he said. “The priorities of this administration are totally whacked.”

West said the DEOMI manual reminded him of a similar program inflicted on the military by President Clinton.

“They came down with a new training requirement called, ‘Consideration of Others Training,’” he said. “The soldiers were supposed to sit around and go through vignettes and talk about their feelings.”

I truly wish the Pentagon and the DEOMI would return my telephone calls. I’d like to know how teaching soldiers, airmen and sailors about white privilege and fomenting racial division helps them protect our nation from the enemy.


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Posted by VD on
"Socioeconomic privilege" "equitable distribution"

Raise any alarms for anyone? F'ing scary. I remember when these idiots were called "Social Actions" in the USAF. Had a briefing once where the briefing admitted there were no white males in her group and white males could not be victims! It was crap in the 90's and its a steaming Marxist pile now
Posted by butch71 on
No comment.
Posted by Jolly on
from Tim:

This whole political 'thing' has me upset. Don't like direction WE are going and Leftist agenda unfolding.
Posted by Raredirt on
Propaganda, pure and simple, designed to eviscerate the military.
Posted by Doc on
The whole process is designed to eviscerate the unique cohesiveness of all branches of the services where excellence is rewarded not mediocracy! This damned president and his Rasputin personal advisor disgust me to no end! I am afraid we as a Republic are not going to survive as the great nation we inherited from our parents! We may have to raise arms against against our leftist citizens before this is all over.
Just remember, our Oath of Service does not have an expiration date! The enemy is now domestic! The camel is in our tent now!
Posted by AnimalsEve on
I am just speechless ... maybe because my head exploded! Is there an expression stronger than WTFO??!! What's next? Camo paint decoding our soldier - pink for homosexual, black for Muslim, lime green for above middle class family, clear/glitter for white ethnicity, grey for mixed race, etc. This way when they go into combat the enemy can cherry pick with pinpoint accuracy which part of America he hates most.
Posted by Hyde on
it's over ....let it go
Posted by DuckPerry on
Ya gotta love this Jolly!!
OPR Bullets:
* "Briefings are like box of never know what you are going to get"
* "Can't BFM his way out of a wet paper bag."
* "8 out of 10 Bombs hit the ground"
* "Continually sets sub-standard flight goals and fails to achieve them".

* "Best Workplace Climate enforcement officer in the squadron"

For the first time, airmen will be formally assessed on how they help create positive work environment via their annual performance reviews, which, of course, are considered during the promotions process.

4. New forms
Evaluation and feedback forms now include promoting a healthy organizational climate as a performance factor. The Air Force defines “organizational climate” as the way airmen in a unit perceive and characterize their environment. In other words, you’ll be graded on how well you do at setting the tone around you.

Promoting a healthy organizational climate is listed as a leadership skill under the performance factors section of the new officer performance reports. It is listed as a primary duty on the enlisted performance reports.

“We’d like every airmen to go look at the rewrite of the Air Force Instruction so you know how you’re expected to perform and be rated,” Grosso said. “If you have any questions, talk to your military personnel section.”

5. Another tool
The new performance evaluation form is just one tool the Air Force is using to help ensure a healthy unit environment. A new climate survey will also ask airmen questions about their trust in leadership, job satisfaction, bullying, demeaning behaviors in the workplace, and other topics. Commanders must administer the survey within 120 days of taking command and once a year after that — and brief airmen on the results.
Posted by jsragman on
My first day here and I already like it! I heard this at work and I believe it is appropriate: A good briefing is like a woman's skirt.....long enough to cover everything but short enough to keep it interesting. I separated from USAF in '77 and I don't believe that I'd fit in too well in todays PC military.
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