CJCS Milley embraces critical race theory

| June 25, 2021

The Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, US Army General Mark Milley (pictured), testified in front of Congress recently. The topic of critical race theory (CRT) came up. CRT has been described as a twist on Marxist class warfare, substituting race for the class divisions. CRT says that black and brown people in this country are systemically held back. They preach “equity”, not equal opportunity, but equity of outcome, which is antithetical to the American way. It’s literally the opposite of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.’s dream. Everything needs to be judged within the context of race.

When CRT came up, Milley said he thinks it’s important to read CRT so he can understand “white rage.” The best test for if something is racist is to substitute another group. Would he be receiving glowing praise (MSNBC for example titles their video on his testimony “Joint chiefs chair Milley schools Gaetz on Critical Race Theory”) if he had testified to trying to better understand “black rage” or “Muslim rage”? Of course not, because painting an entire race with a broad brush is racist.

Milley then made his thoughts clear on the protest turned riot on 6 Jan;

What is it that caused thousands of people to assault this building and try to overturn the Constitution of the United States of America? What caused that? I want to find that out. I want to maintain an open mind here, and I do want to analyze it.

No wonder the FBI is furiously and doggedly pursuing people with tenuous connections to the events of the day. The professional head of the United States military thinks that the protest was actually an attempt to overthrow the US government. He’s testified as such in front of Congress now.

Milley then went on to say that he’s read other anti-American, racist, murderous hate in an effort to understand our adversaries;

I’ve read Mao Zedong, I’ve read Karl Marx, I’ve read Lenin. That doesn’t make me a communist,” Milley said. “So what is wrong with understanding, having some situational understanding about the country for which we are here to defend? And I personally find it offensive that we are accusing the United States military, our general officers, our commissioned, non-commissioned officers of being, quote, ‘woke’ or something else, because we’re studying some theories that are out there.

If he’d said only this, I could defend him. He didn’t though. He preceded this with his pondering on “white rage” which, on its face, is a blatantly racist statement that should receive universal condemnation.

Hear his remarks yourself.

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  1. Buckeye Jim says:

    Let me be the first—what a tool.

    • Mustang Major says:

      A neighbor (retired GO), served with Milley as a company grade and GO. He offered a few observations on the Milley. Not good.

      • Slow Joe says:

        You hang out with retired GO?


        Now your opinions are tarnished forever and ever.

        • Mustang Major says:

          Can’t pick your neighbors, but this one is OK. Not a bad bartender BTW.

          • Hate_me says:

            Stand by him.

            In my experience, most SNCOS are as bad as flag officers – the right kind of piece of shit.

            That’s all the military is – the turd that clogs the bowl until better minds find a way to fix plumbing.

            All that’s absent is the better minds.

    • Green Thumb says:


      Never been a fan of this guy.

      Its all about him.

  2. Roh-Dog says:


  3. Sgt K says:

    Just a fat, officious turd who couldn’t pass a PT test to save his own, worthless existence. And I’d really like to see the paperwork on that 2nd CIB award.

    • Corpsmanup says:

      When I see a Cuck like this with all the awards I can’t help but question if they were an officers package. My sincere apologies to fellow readers who have earned the tabs/ ribbons , I know YOU had to actually perform to rate them. I just can’t help but question this guy, I see him as a social climber, not a Patton nor an Ike

  4. AW1 Rod says:

    Milley is a uniparty toolbag piece of shit. This neo-Marxist asshole and SECDEF Austin are THE problem(s) with today’s military.

  5. Ex-PH2 says:

    OH, gee, Millie’s got her undies in a bunch about something she completely misunderstands.

    it ain’t “white rage” s/he should be worried about.

    No, it’s all those other high-melanin groups that are angry about — well, just about everything.

    Don’t mind me. I’m is a Foul Mood today.

    • ChipNASA says:

      Not picking on you but you gave me a reason to post this.
      AND, before I hear any shit, if anyone is offended by the word “homo”, well go look in the mirror “Chief….Bro…..Dude….Buddy…..Pal…..”
      LOL 😀 (Man I can’t believe how *YOUNG* these guys look like take a look at Judge Reinhold (Which I always thought was a weird name but he’s a decent actor, all the Beverly Hills Cop movies and this too. RIP John Candy.)

      • Ex-PH2 says:

        ChipNASA, it’s people like you who keep me completely grounded… that, and that grumpy old coot down somewhere in the bayou hunting for a hog to roast.

        He might be better off hunting in the Potomac basin for that.

        • ChipNASA says:

          You mean Peacock (or Peahen?) for brains? Got-Damn hippie. Gotta love him, unless you’re talking about someone else and we probably love him too.
          HAPPY FRIDAY!!

  6. the only woke thing people should listen to is the song —when i woke up this morning by the bop chords 1957 on the holiday label. you can find it on youtube beans.

  7. LC says:

    CRT has been described as a twist on Marxist class warfare, substituting race for the class divisions.

    That’s one heck of a take on it. I’m no fan of how CRT is being talked about by the vast majority of people, including on the left, but no, it’s not a twist on Marxist class warfare. It simply says the because some races have been oppressed -hopefully there’s no disagreement on that?-, systemic issues developed that exist even outside of any individual’s mentality. Eg, you might not be racist -as opposed to the again-all-too-common ‘white people are racist!’ shit some idiots subscribe to- but the system still might be. And, like people, to widely varying degrees.

    Once again, VoV pointed out the ‘Color of Law’ book a while ago that gets into aspects of this. Another example would be how different sentencing for things like crack and heroin, while not directly about race, clearly have had racial impacts.

    There’s nothing wrong whatsoever about understanding that, and working to address is. And that implies also curtailing the idiocy I mentioned above about how it’s being taught today, in a reactionary, stupid way.

    It’s a bit like how quantum physics is a real, valid thing to study. It doesn’t mean your ‘chakras’ are ‘unbalanced’ because your quantum self is out of alignment with the astral plane, or similar verbal diarrhea that some liken it to be. That’s taking the same conceptual name, and giving an absolutely untethered take on it.

    • BrianInNC says:

      Residual institutional racism? Right. There used to be a marriage penalty in tax law. There will be inequities in any system. Go ahead and correct the most egregious and live your life.

      No reason to replace the best system of government on the planet with a slush fund for rich white kids to dole out judiciosly.

      • LC says:

        Residual institutional racism? Right. There used to be a marriage penalty in tax law. There will be inequities in any system. Go ahead and correct the most egregious and live your life.

        Absolutely no disagreement there. But there’s nothing inherent to CRT suggesting reparations for slavery should be official US policy as well. That’s utter madness in my opinion. Virtually nobody is seriously talking about replacing our system of government.

        In many respects, if the thesis is that the US mistreated non-whites, and left them statistically poorer, a pretty simple solution that’s not race-based is to simply work to help uplift the poor. Irrespective of race. If the Democrats had any sense, they’d push that angle.

        A rising tide lifts all boats.

        • Mason says:

          Critical race theory is all about blaming some “other” for your lack of success if you’re one of the “oppressed” races.

          Look at who’s peddling the garbage. It’s the same people who peddled the Marist Occupy Wall Street. The goals are the same as well. Sow division and discontent.

          • Anonymous says:

            Ah, The System, The Man, etc.– it’s all “oppresssion” and never left/libtards’ fault, of course.

        • David says:

          Think that was called “The Great Society”.

    • penguinman000 says:

      CRT sprung from critical legal studies which spawned from the loins of marxist legal theory.

      CRT doesn’t posit that some races are oppressed. It posits that all people of color are oppressed by whites.

      Our leadership looking to “learn” from this is akin to them reading a David Icke book for education on space/aliens. Both are nonsense of no value to a functioning society.

      CRT is very much a polished commie turd.

      • Only Army Mom says:

        LC is not incorrect on the origin of the social psychology of CRT, which as Penguinman accurately describes as originating in Marxist legal theory – hence the accurate shorthand statement that CRT is Marxist in origin and intent.

        LC is also correct that understanding the idea of CRT is not in and of itself a bad thing. There are actual, factually correct points within it. As Mason stated in the original post, if Milley had only defended himself by stating it is important to understand the theory, therefore read the books, I’d have been with him. Sadly he went full rutabaga, proving he is as intellectually deficient as anyone who reads Marx and thinks, “Gee, this could work”.


        Like Common Core Math, whose roots are in the valid, important work of metacognition, it is in the implementation of a complex theoretical framework that things go sideways. By the time these intellectual conversations, theories and notions get watered-down to the pablum that passes for intelligent conversation these days, the key components are lost, twisted and completely devoid of merit.

        Real research and intelligent discourse use words like, “supports the theory”, “may have a correlation”, etc. The media, policies, dictums and politically driven narrative translates those terms as proofs and causation.

        What I find most interesting, and was brazen (or dumb) enough to bring up in a discussion on CRT is the opposite track one could follow based on CRT. Namely, why it is that nearly every culture around the world with a naturally high melanin ratio reveres those with a lack of melanin. These attitudes long pre-date contact with “White” people.

        Example, in numerous African cultures, Albinism is rare but a naturally occurring mutation. Albinos are considered magical and are routinely mutilated or killed so others can “obtain” the magical properties their skin contain. Ancient Asians revered “White” skin as a mark of beauty and/or royalty, as have countless others as only those with power, status or wealth could avoid the darkening of the skin that comes with labor in the great outdoors.

        My contention, phrased as a question that of course garnered uncomfortable silence, was how much of this seemingly universal human attitude contributes to modern perceptions of racism, and how this may be a more useful and appropriate direction of study vis a vie CRT.

        • Poetrooper says:

          Mom, you don’t have to be an African albino to get special treatment by others of your race.

          As the articles at the link below will show, “colorism” is alive and well in American black culture. Lighter skin is an important determinant in achieving preferential status and success in the black community, especially for females.


        • O-4E says:

          Only Army Mom – National Socialism had some good points to and both South Africa and Rhodesia has remarkably low crime rates under apartheid

          Why not study “the good and factual” in both of those?

      • Anonymous says:

        Frankfurt School– critical legal studies got it from there.

    • timactual says:

      ” clearly have had racial impacts.”

      Sickle cell affects mainly African-Americans—God is racist.
      Tay-Sachs affects mostly Jews—God hates Jews.

      We have the same system now that we have had since the beginning. It wasn’t racist then, it isn’t racist now. If it was we would still have segregation, maybe even slavery.

      According to CRT, all whites are racist, hence the term “whiteness”. Sounds pretty much like Marxist classism to me.

    • timactual says:

      ” systemic issues developed”

      Show me.

    • Anonymous says:

      CRT comes straight from the Frankfurt School that sought to divide and undermine Capitalist society not by class (which didn’t work) but by race:

  8. Sapper3307 says:

    Just some friends stopping buy the School House.

  9. Commissar says:

    More propaganda by Mason.

    If you had any clue what critical race theory was you would know General Milley is absolutely correct.

    Some millionaire trust fund frat boy in a bow tie on Fox News told you to be outraged by critical race theory, and like a mindless drone you obediently became outraged and then propagandize about it.

    There is nothing controversial about critical race theory and it has been taught in law schools, not even a required course, for a half a century. And it’s core theory has its roots in legal realism which is a century old.

    There is nothing racist about it, it is REALIST.

    All it says is that the law is not independent of politics and culture. That the law is influenced by politics and culture and because politics and culture influence legislation and the adjudication of law, then the power structures of politics and culture shape legal institutions, legal arguments, and legal rulings.

    Critical race theory merely says that racism is not simply evident in the interaction between citizens, but has, at times, been part of our legal institutions from the beginning.

    The 3/5th compromise in the constitution and the fact the the constitution explicitly persevered slavery makes that assertion indisputable.

    That is not tucking controversial.

    In fact it is so self evident that legal realism and critical race theory is not even taught to most law students. It is just implicitly understood by anyone who actually studies the law.

    They don’t need to be told racial prejudice has been embedded in our legal system since the beginning and influenced legal decisions…any person with an IQ high enough to study the law will understand that we have had an issue with racial prejudice in our legal system.

    Hell, any 8th grader who learns about the Dred Scott decision does not need to be taught about critical race theory or legal realism to know that the decision was fucking unjust.

    There is no liberal conspiracy to indoctrinate children into believing critical race theory. It is not taught in schools. Not even taught to the vast majority of college students, not even to social studies students. Most law students are not formally taught it.

    Some social studies grad students, law students with a specific interest, and most legal scholars have essentially been it’s only exclusive audience for the last half century..

    But you don’t need to be taught it, don’t need to have ever even heard of it…, to know that the core theory is correct. It is self evident.

    And anyone with a moral compass knows that without ever needing to be taught it or told.

    The irony is that because of mindless knee jerk right wing outrage about Critical Race theory, more people now are aware of it than ever before…and unlike Mason, many of them will actually take the time to understand the basics of it.

    So the right wing outrage machine is facilitating the very thing they are outraged about.

    I guarantee there will now be a demand for undergrad level critical race theory courses in colleges across the country, a demand that previously did not exist anywhere.

    • Berliner says:

      Ahem… Cornell University Astronomy Department Course for 2020/2021:

      “Conventional wisdom would have it that the “black” in black holes has nothing to do with race. Surely there can be no connection between the cosmos and the idea of racial blackness. Can there? Contemporary Black Studies theorists, artists, fiction writers implicitly and explicitly posit just such a connection. Theorists use astronomy concepts like “black holes” and “event horizons” to interpret the history of race in creative ways, while artists and musicians conjure blackness through cosmological themes and images. Co-taught by professors in Comparative Literature and Astronomy, this course will introduce students to the fundamentals of astronomy concepts through readings in Black Studies. Texts may include works by theorists like Michelle Wright and Denise Ferreira da Silva, authors like Octavia Butler and Nalo Hopkinson, music by Sun Ra, Outkast and Janelle Monáe. Astronomy concepts will include the electromagnetic spectrum, stellar evolution, and general relativity.”

      • Anonymous says:

        Of course, Lars knows the Blacks Holes and White Poles franchise best…

        • The Stranger says:

          Wow. That’s something else. 🤣

          Don’t look it up. I remember that a couple of other folks and I were making jokes about some “actresses” and you decided to Googly them only to be inundated by a “Pornado”. Same thing…don’t look this up or go ahead, your choice.

    • SGT Ted says:

      CRT is a racist Marxoid ideology posing as scholarship and sociology. No one needs Tucker Carlson to point this out; one merely has to read the writings of its proponents.

      Your attempt to gaslight using all the talking points handed down from it’s defenders is noted.

      CRT is a fraud being spread by the usual coterie of leftist liars and racists to divide people. Complete with charts that show how white people and non-leftist ideas and culture are awful.

      So of course you defend it.

      • Anonymous says:

        True. Racists and Anti-Racists just hate different people (and, often, the same people if they’re successful and Anti-Racists take offense).

        Have Democrats explained how they started the KKK but somehow black people are supposed to vote for them yet?

      • HMCS(FMF) ret says:

        Just another tool for the “liberals” and “progressives” to use to divide the country even more.

        BTW – Marx was a racist (along with Margaret Sanger and other icons of the left).

        • Anonymous says:

          They lie. Commies are nothing if not liars. No one would buy what they sold with the truth, you know.

    • A Proud Infidel®™ says:

      Good job Major Moonbat, we can always count on you to make a brainwashed 24K idiot of yourself!

    • cobrakai99 says:

      Ah the old 3/5th compromise falsehood. The 3/5th compromise prevented slave states from counting slaves as part of their population, while giving them no other Constitutional rights, for the allocation of Seats in the House of Representatives. It prevented slave holders from being over represented in the Federal government. Unlike what your professor says it did not say a black man was 3/5th of a person.

      • USMCMSgt (Ret) says:


        BTW, “Commissar”, your assertion that the Constitution preserved slavery is just one more liberal talking point that is easily disputed, with facts.

        (Here’s but one article on the topic, written in 2011: https://www.nytimes.com/2011/01/05/opinion/05wed1.html)

        The only thing you’ve learned at that school you claim to attend is what to think, not how to think.

        It’s astonishing how uneducated you are.

    • SFC D says:

      Let’s simplify CRT for a moment. CRT says that you are oppressed, or you are the oppressor. It also says that the oppressed are people of color and the oppressor is white.

      So in essence, CRT seeks to combat racism by invoking a new form of racism. It wants us to believe that by creating a new racial division, old wrongs can be made right and we will all share a Coke in perfect harmony.

      It’s not difficult to recognize the bullshit inherent in this theory.

      • SFC D says:

        ADDENDUM: You’re a fraud.

      • penguinman000 says:

        You left out the part where they redefined racism. Minorities can’t be racist because they are not in a position of power.

        Racism is the exclusive property of whites because they hold all the power.

        • Poetrooper says:

          Yet many Indian tribes held slaves in the thousands who weren’t freed by the 13th Amendment because as sovereign nations, the tribes weren’t bound by the Constitution. For some of those slaves, emancipation didn’t come for years after the Civil War.

          Even when they were finally freed, many weren’t accepted as freedmen or given citizenship by the tribes, but were instead scorned and even banished from tribal lands by their fellow People of Color.

          But minorities can’t be racist, right?

          • Penguinman000 says:

            Now you’re catching on!!!

            Throw in some call and response too.

            You know, one would think these academics would look at South Africa or Rhodesia/Zimbabwe for examples of what the outcome is with their ideology and practices.

            That result isn’t a healthy economy or society.

            Of course what do I know. I’m just a dumb white boy/red neck.

    • timactual says:

      “All it says is that the law is not independent of politics and culture.”

      That’s pretty trivial. Why, then, do they call it “…Race…”?

      In addition to that 3/5 clause the Constitution also outlawed the importation of slaves after 1805. Rather odd for a racist system.

      And where are the systemic penalties for free blacks?

      and that 3/5 clause may be evidence of political cynicism, but it is not evidence of racism.

    • The Other Whitey says:

      Lars, on behalf of everyone, everywhere, I offer you this advice:


    • HMCS(FMF) ret says:

      Hey, Lars… the schools don’t teach history any more. Probably can’t find a kid who knows who Dred Scott was… and that’s courtesy of SJW/socialists that infest the education system.

    • O-4E says:

      There’s also reason that judges and lawyers are among the first hanging from light posts in every revolution

      People like Lars have simply replaced bourgeois with white people and now want to tell us that we didn’t read or hear what we read and heard with our own eyes and ears

      Only a certain select group is allowed to determine what anything means for the rest of us hapless untermenschen

      Marxism 101

  10. Roh-Dog says:

    Provided without comment:

    • David says:

      I have live CD of Kristofferson claiming ‘Okie From Muskogee’ was the one bad song Merle ever wrote, and that Haggard was really a soulful dude who wasn’t the redneck as which he was portrayed. Always thought KK never listened to MH’s discography to hear ‘Fightin’ Side of Me’, ‘Just a White Boy Tryin’ to Get By’ and several others.

      • Roh-Dog says:

        Like all good art, Okie was open to interpretation. I’m sure it was a tongue-in-cheek critique of both the traditional and the stank hippies fighting against the system, unaware of the gratitude they should have for said system.
        Mister Haggard seems like an idealist, framing things in Classic Liberalism.
        His talent and observations are as salient today as they were decades ago.

      • Anonymous says:

        Well, I like it… he chose to play it on the Smothers Brothers show (and lose his cross-over career with the hippie crowd) rather than kiss ass, too.

    • OWB says:

      Oh, man. THAT brings back a very good memory of hearing him do this live with us sitting at a table just a few feet from the stage. Great time. Wonderful music. Made a fan outta me, for sure.

  11. Max says:

    reinforces my belief that 90% of general officers are useless pieces of $hit

  12. AW1 Rod says:

    CRT is nothing more than a perversion of original Marxism, which is based on the imbalance of power between “capitalists” and “workers,” with the intent of overthrowing capitalism and replacing it with Socialism. When Western “Marxist intellectuals” (there’s an oxymoron for you) began to realize the futility and failures of original Marxism, they simply substituted race for class in order to create a different sort of revolution; one in which every race hates and distrusts every other.

    The intent is and always has always been the same: overwhelm “the system”, break “the system”, blame “the system” and replace “the system.”

    And we’re supposed to embrace bullshit like this? I don’t fucking think so.

    • Roh-Dog says:

      I’d go one step further, this ‘logic’ is a weapon, pitting the easily-duped against true Americans. You want freedom? Earn it. F*** these folks pushing nonsense.

      But I love it. Heaps of our darker Brothers and Sisters are waking up to the sear hypocrisy of the ‘its all the past’s fault you are where you are and you can’t make it without us’/’It takes a village…’ absolute horseshit.

      One human race, many ideas, yet one dominate culture: E PLURIBUS UNUM.

    • Slow Joe says:

      AW1 Rod,

      “The intent is and always has always been the same: overwhelm “the system”, break “the system”, blame “the system” and replace “the system.”

      Brilliant observation.

  13. A Proud Infidel®™ says:

    Does someone really have some dirt on Milley, or is he a shitassed turncoat like Wesley Clark?

    • AW1 Rod says:

      The latter, I think.

    • UpNorth says:

      He got where he is thanks to Obama/Biden and their fealty to “wokeness”.
      I wonder how many really good officers were cashiered or were “encouraged” to resign during that 8 years of incompetence.

      • rgr769 says:

        The thing that disturbs me the most is that zerobama and his crew of Progs have effectively politicized our military. When I was an AD officer I believed in my teaching that Army officers were apolitical; thus, I did not identify with either political party, D or R. For six years, I did not vote. I considered it a violation of my duties to espouse domestic party political views, other than my dislike of communism/Marxism, of course.

        • Poetrooper says:

          The thing that disturbed ol’ Poe most was hearing that 101st combat veteran utter that over-used, liberal-snowflake whine that he was “offended” by the tone of the questioning.

          But he’s perfectly comfortable using the liberal trope “White Rage”…😤😤😤

          • rgr769 says:

            He and the rest of those cucks in the puzzle palace haven’t seen any actual “white rage,” yet. If they keep fomenting a civil war they may actually see it.

  14. Poetrooper says:

    Something interesting I just discovered about our high command occupants. Three, GEN Milley, GEN McConville and ADM Gilday are from Massachusetts, while GEN Berger of the Marine Corps is from Maryland. The only one not from a liberal blue state is GEN Brown of the Air Force, who is black.

    Three from the most liberal state in America, the fourth from one of the most liberal states and the last a POC.

    Sounds like the perfect leadership team to impose critical race theory on the troops…

  15. Hatchet says:

    Guess one of my favourite opening lines from two of my favourite Jim Jarmusch movies* could well apply in this guy’s case: “Stupid…fuck’n..White Man”.

    *Dead Man (1995) & Ghost Dog: The Way of the Samurai (1999)

  16. Andy says:

    Yep, Marky Mark continues to prove he has been educated beyond his means. Everytime he opens his mouth, he adds another level of idiocy that solidifies himself as one of the most politically corrupt and ignorant GOs to ever achieve that station.

  17. Mustang Major says:

    Recall GEN Milley walked among the National Guard troops in D.C.’s Lafayette Square with President Trump to St. John’s Episcopal Church. Milley later apologized for his actions. I suspect Milley received a letter from Congressional Democrats, thought about the implication of a Democratic-led regime on his career post-President Trump, folded up like a cheap suitcase, and threw his Commander in Chief under the bus.

    Nothing has changed with the principled Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff.

  18. charles w says:

    He needs to read a book on how to win a war.

  19. Slow Joe says:

    We will destroy our country with CRT. It is Marxist in origin and it does not search for a solution to a problem, but to create a problem.

    There is no institutional racism in America. Period.

    Our laws do not favor the white majority over the multitude of minorities in this country.

    In every other country this is the norm. Try being a black guy in China.

    What the Neo-Marxists call “white privilege” is nothing more than Majority Privilege, which has historically existed in every nation in the world. If anything, we have done the more than anyone else to make our laws just and frequently gone too far into the other side, as with Affirmative Action, abandoning the principle of meritocracy which propelled Western culture into world dominance in the 19th century.

    If we continue with CRT, the future will belong to China, and they are definitively not going to be as nice as America has been as the global hegemon since WW2.

    • Anonymous says:

      China’s loving that, of course. They scorn “woke”-ness (having won in ’49, CCP needs no more such “useful idiots” to cause trouble) themselves.

      • A Proud Infidel®™️ says:

        Not to mention their “Cultural Revolution” which was a mass purge that would have made Hitler, Lenin and Stalin “cream their jeans”!

    • The Stranger says:

      OK…who are you and what have you done with Joe? Next thing you know, you’ll be drinking Yuengling Light or Yuengling Flight and swearing off that piss water you claim is your beverage of choice!🤣🍺

    • The Other Whitey says:

      You are correct, Joe. This crap is designed to breed racism where none existed before. While some will swallow the White Guilt bullshit, most will question how they could be at fault for something they didn’t do, had no connection to, and happened centuries before they were born. They will question how they could possibly owe anything to people who suffered none of the evils for which they are being blamed. As they they continue to get beaten over the head with this blatantly racist bullshit, many will inevitably become resentful. That resentment will turn to hatred for the “victim class” from whom they are expected to beg forgiveness for the actions of others long past.

      This is a focused attack on the very foundations of America. Those who push it are domestic enemies of this nation, and traitors actively aiding enemies of the United States.

    • RGR 4-78 says:

      Communist Race Theory.

  20. E4 Mafia '83-'87 says:

    They can’t get Jan 6th out of their heads…I was wondering exactly how weapons did they confiscate? How was The Shaman going seize power with Grand-poo-ba Water Buffalo horns? It was sure nice of many of those trying to “over-throw” democracy to stay inside the velvet ropes and have cordial escorts. I was wondering if Milley would tell us who shot Ashli Babbitt? If she was a black crack whore, they’d be building statues of her and trying send that cop to prison. Some of those questions need to be answered.

  21. Devtun says:

    GEN Milley is a smart, cagey, ambitious man. He sucked up to all the shot callers. He was not the first choice of SecDef Mattis to be CJCS. GEN Milley changed that w/ a full court charm offensive on Pres Trump. He will ingratiate himself w/ whoever is in power. He got super chummy w/ Biteme & Kamala on Inauguration day.

  22. KoB says:

    We’re so screwed as a nation.

    Was it racists when the black tribal leaders sold their own and captured people to the A Rabs? You notice there has been very little talk of the free blacks in America that owned other blacks either have you? Yeah, me neither.

    I give respect to every person that has earned it. Sad that the same 3% of the population that is steady killing one another is whining about something that really does not exist.

  23. OWB says:

    Open letter to America haters everywhere:

    1. We don’t care what you call it, we want no part of it. Changing the nomenclature doesn’t make it better or confuse us.

    2. Refer to the Merle Haggard song.

    3. To prove that someone is exhibiting “white rage,” don’t you first need to prove that they are enraged? Lacking that, does it really matter what their skin color might be??

    4. Study up on the meaning of the word defend. Then learn the difference between defensive action and offensive action. Yeah, the distinction is important.

    5. Repeat number 1 until you get that we don’t care what you call it. You just make yourself look even sillier by not accepting that reality.

  24. Dustoff says:

    Milley is living proof that a Commissioned Officer can be “Tabbed” out , “Blinged” out and still be a suck-up Jackass