Manpower-challenged U.S. Army sets new priority: ‘Mitigate climate change’

The U.S. Army is now in free-fall and committing suicide.

 

The U.S. Army on Thursday pledged to honor “Earth Day” by “reasserting its pledge to address the implications of climate change and assess associated risks to national security.”

In a special message to soldiers, the Army, which faces deep cuts in the ranks of active duty soldiers, said it is focused on “the role the land plays in ensuring the Army remains ready and resilient.”

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Earth Day: Really About Red, not Green

When we look back at 1970 and who was responsible for recognizing Earth Day, we see nothing but a lineup of leftists, from academia to activists, from media to politicians. We know that for decades the environmental movement was used as cover for the advancement of communist ideals. The whole premise being business and people are bad and must be controlled by an all-powerful government. They would advance policies to try to gain that control.

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