A Military Disgrace Without a Battle

What would you think if you were an enemy of the United States and you saw American ROTC cadets marching around in ladies’ shoes spray-painted bright red?

This was actually done recently at Temple University, the institution of higher learning that has done more than any other to campaign for pedophilia.

Wishing to be known for more than just preaching that it’s OK for adults to prey sexually on little boys, Temple launched a campaign against “the campus rape culture.” The fact that there is no campus rape culture–in fact, statistically, women are quite safe on college campuses–is seen as no impediment. Besides, those who insist on examining facts have forgotten that wacko feminists have long maintained that all heterosexual sex is rape.

So the ROTC cadets had to march around in public in these ladies’ shoes, like some kind of fairy brigade, it being clearly understood that any cadet who refused, his military career was kaput as of that moment.

Army Forces ROTC Cadets to Run in Red High Heels

It is important to note that this pressure on the cadets to make public spectacles of themselves, for the sake of a narrative that is demonstrably untrue, was applied by the United States Army, B.H. Obama, Proprietor.

Maybe they should have carried purses, too. And learned how to sashay in step.

I know there are people out there who like what is being done to this country–Democrats, mostly. I know there are those who thought it was a good thing, when the boys marched by in ladies’ shoes.

But I’m not one of them.

14 comments on “A Military Disgrace Without a Battle

    1. There’s never been a better time to be an enemy of the United States. If you are, there’s a good chance you’ll be elected to some high public office here.

  1. That is the most stupid thing I have heard. How does that raise awareness of sexual abuse? It only makes a fool of the guys.

  2. What we are seeing today is the reemergence of Hellenistic paganism. Most people know the Greeks were notorious for homosexuality, but many don’t know the Greeks preferred form of homosexuality was pederasty. It makes sense then this will be the next push once the LBGT lifestyle is fully accepted. Once you start lowing the the bar for morality there’s nowhere else to go but down.

  3. I’m not one of them either. I was lucky enough to have been part of the military community stationed overseas for 6 years. I have a deep respect for who these brave people are and what they, and their families, sacrifice to keep us safe. This display with the red shoes is shameful and humiliating. Honestly I don’t see how that made any woman safer.

  4. What dd the ROTC troop do to deserve this humiliation? I would like to know if any of the Cadets walked out of the program?After testing, I was invited to join ROTC at Michigan State University, and blinked when I was told that my mustache would have to be removed, told to be by a guy that had mustache himself. The parade of red shoes is sickening, repulsive, and dehumanizing. Whatever officer(s) required this treatment of cadets needs to be disciplined forthwith.

    1. This stuff is coming straight down from the top, and conforms absolutely to the White House vision of the U.S. military as a laboratory for societal re-engineering.
      The cadets, of course, did nothing to deserve this humiliation; but as far as I know, none of them walked out.
      There is no one for them to appeal to. This is the Obama army.

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