Remember when Navy Pride meant something different?

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While I seriously don’t care what people get up to on their private lives, we are traversing some stormy waters as the moral relativists push us further and further from our male/female binary understanding of human biology. Their attempts to normalize “gender fluidity” and their accusations of intolerance harken back to the “love’s love” push to allow same-sex marriage. From there, taboo after taboo is being not just broken, but forced down our collective throats by a minuscule group of vociferous advocates keen to eliminate right and wrong and replace timeless values with a sliding scale of wrongness that can be adjusted to censure or praise commentators depending upon their point of view. There is no place for rational debate any more.

Which brings us to the world’s most lethal force. The US Navy.

And watch this. “Conchy Vasquez and Jony Rozon, engineers at the Naval Undersea Warfare Center, Division Newport discuss the importance of using correct pronouns as well as polite etiquette when you may not be sure of someone’s pronouns.” Fittingly they have mimicked a kid’s TV show for their infantile approach to something that is now making us the laughing stock of enemy nations. Whatever happened to “Sir” and “M’am”? So while Putin is threatening World War III, the US Navy is training our cadets on how to create a “safe space” by using proper gender pronouns. While China launched a massive new war ship last week, the US Navy is worried about pronouns.

Admiral Halsey must be spinning in his grave.

How are folks reacting?

According to the Blaze, the majority of those reacting to the video on the Defense Visual Information Distribution Service website are ridiculing the clip.

  • “What in the absolute crap is happening with our military?” one commenter asked.
  • “Such BULL-S**T… when the bullets fly and the … bombs start hitting… ‘pro-nouns’ won’t matter in the military,” another commenter wrote.
  • “The one thing that unites a work force is one mission, not pronouns,” another commenter stated.
  • “Hello to my American friends. Just a short message: you’re gonna lose the next war,” another commenter warned.