It´s hardly a secret. After all, in a letter to a senior officer, no less than a young Bill Clinton openly admitted that many of his cohort to "loath[ed] the military." Still, it´s stunning to hear a modern-day liberal make a similar admission. On her MSNBC show today, Melissa Harris-Perry stated that the U.S. military is "despised as an engine of war by many progressives." View the video after the jump. MHP made her admission as a preface to observing that our military has also been "a leading institution in America´s fight for racial equality." No doubt.
The U.S. is disliked by most progressives. Their ideology is a manifestation of their own self-hatred which they project on to our nation as an avoidance mechanism. Most people who have been studying the Kraft for any length of time understand this. It IS a mental disorder.
Yet it is perfectly acceptable, Melissa Harris-Perry, for the Leftists/Liberals/Progressives to declare war on the GOP, and anyone who does agree with their agenda for the present and future. Hypocrite of the highest order.
Their hatred of anything goes beyond just despising, it´s a mind-boggled view of this country and our purpose for being here. Our peace has been assured for over 200 years by the very people who they would seek to eliminate. The thinking is that peace would reign throughout the world if our military didn´t exist. And we´d all be happy muslims by now, those that survived.
These progressives know in their hearts that they are pathetic weenies. They see the veterans , real Americans returning from war and know they don´t have the courage to face such adversity themselves. I think it is penis envy.
YGTBSM Melissa! The military is not an autonomous force that goes around shooting up people and places. They do what CIVILIAN politicians tell them to do and if you knew anything about this country you would know you are hating the wrong people. But then, you are no better than the useful idiots of the late 60s and 70s - mindless drones living in an echo chamber.
Leftists suffer from the "no such thing as a bad person" syndrome, a debiliating mental defect.
They fail to grasp that evil men may personally attack you, so you should be armed, they cannot understand that people work much harder for their own benefit and some bad and lazy people will just love a ride on the welfare state, and finally, they are in denial that the Hitlers and Genghis Khans and Stalins of the world really exist and will kill and enslave millions if not stopped by VIOLENCE and strong fighting men and equipment.
Liberals have real internal conflict here. They love power and American power is only possible because our strong military. So they are constantly at war with themselves...they realize the only possibility of achieving their goals is through a strong military.
Progressive military hatred explains why Barry keeps trying to cut military medical benefits and why officers face a litmus test now as to whether they would fire upon civilians when given an order by the WH.
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