The United States Military Academy at West Point has launched an official inquiry into a group of 16 black, female cadets who took their traditional pre-graduation photo, raising their clinched fists in the air — a gesture historically associated with the anti-American “Black Power” movement.“We can confirm that the cadets in this photo are members of the U.S. Military Academy’s Class of 2016,” said West Point’s director of public affairs Lt. Col. Christopher Kasker in a statement. “Academy officials are conducting an inquiry into the matter.” The military academy’s investigation will determine whether or not the young women in the photo broke any Army Command Policy rules. Under the section marked “political activists,” the Army Command Policy states that West Point cadets may “register, vote, and express their personal opinion on political candidates and issues, but not as a representative of the Army.” There you have it folks social issues have encroached on our military. If there trying to make a black power statement while in uniform, could you ever really trust people like this in the military. When you step into that uniform everyone of every race becomes green, which means we don't look at race in the military. You become a fraternity of brothers and sisters in arms, and if you make social statements while in uniform, no one standing next to you in battle should be willing to put their lives in your hands. They could of done this in their free time, but once you do it in uniform it becomes a disgrace to everyone who has wore that uniform. There is nothing wrong with being black and proud of your accomplishments, but once you make a political statement in uniform all respect for you should be lost. The military is not the place to be debating or pushing social issues, because you have people of every color whose lives are in your hands. This group of sjw's in the military shall never be trusted with a weapon, and the person standing next to them should never intrust them. For obviously to these cadets social issues are more important then battle.
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