[This is very important. It does appear to me that the morale in parts of the US Army is low. And hopefully, as Jewish/Communist/Liberal control of the USA surges forward, this will get worse. This gives me hope that White Military personnel will ultimately either leave the US Military or they will remain and yet one day, will defect to the side of the "White Masses" of America. I like this. The "Woke" multi-racial, multi-sexual military will alienate the White males who created it. All White men must gather together as brothers … we will take back the Western World in the future – ALL OF IT. Every White man who served in the military of the Western world in the last 80 years has been lied to and tricked. He risked his life for nothing – for filthy rats and traitors at the top who never gave a shit about him or his family or even the nation. The Military is a man's abode. That is our thing. That's where we belong and where we defend our people. This is our culture and it's worked for us for tens of thousands of years. Jan]
US Army Major General Jo Clyborne was ridiculed on social media after she protested that the military would not allow her to wear a French manicure to work.
Clyborne posted a photo to Twitter which showed her removing her manicure on Thursday evening.
“Why the Army thinks a French Manicure is an ‘obnoxious’ color compared to the civilian world which views it as an understated yet professional look is beyond me,” she complained, adding, “But I have to be in uniform tomorrow, so here we are. It looked nice while it lasted.”
Clyborne also explained that though the Army permits her to wear an American manicure, “it’s a weird pink that doesn’t look as nice.”
The post was soon ridiculed by Americans who questioned why such a high-ranking servicewoman was complaining about her nails online.
“This is what an empire in decline looks like,” reacted one person, while another joked, “America’s enemies are trembling at this I’m sure.”
“After what happened in Afghanistan, you’d think Generals would keep this nonsense off of their social media. Our military is in rough shape in terms of leadership,” a concerned American opined, before Malaysian journalist Ian Miles Cheong claimed “military suicides have doubled” under Clyborne’s “watch” – a reference to a report which showed significantly more soldiers had died from suicide during the Covid-19 pandemic than from the virus itself.
Others demanded Clyborne delete the post, calling it unprofessional and arguing that it could undermine discipline in the armed forces, and Cliff Simms – a former special assistant to President Donald Trump – called on US military leaders to take a social media break “for a while.”
In July, another US Army major general, Patrick Donahoe, was criticized for calling one online critic “a shill for Putin” after he asked how many wars the general had won.
Clyborne’s biography lists her as assistant adjutant general in the Minnesota National Guard and deputy commanding general of the US Army’s Cyber Center of Excellence at Fort Gordon, Georgia.
She responded to criticism by posting a short thread that started with “I’m a women [sic]. In the Army. Get over it.”