In This Day


Aren’t they just adorable? The Army exists to  promote empathy.  Attrition is grave as men get out. Officers don’t care. They get paid anyway.


On July 8, Brig. Gen. Malcolm Frost, chief of public affairs for the U ...

Brig. Gen. Malcom Frost,  chief of the Army’s public affairs office, responded that the story is false—that is, that Keating is lying. She is not.  Keating is a liar.  A dishonorable liar.


A soldier puts on darling high heels at the orders of a dominatrix–female general, I meant to say. It’s to make them sympathize with women. The Army exists to sympathize with women.

Every experiment has failed. The main problem, though not the only one, is that women are weaker, far weaker, than men. This had to be hidden, and was. Standards were lowered and lied about.  Now our people must die.


Girls enjoy a good laugh while feminizing what looks like a soldier. Roll over. Bark. Beg. They don’t even need riding crops. Hey, it’s not a job. It’s an adventure.

h/t Oathkeepers


2 responses to “In This Day

  1. Dannyboy53

    January 31, 2016 at 8:14 pm

    I thank God my Dad (WWII & Korean War US Army Veteran) is not alive to see this crap. The mockery and destruction of the greatest Army the world has EVER known. This beyond sad. I hope our next Commander in Chief has the balls to fix this.

    • Soffitrat

      January 31, 2016 at 9:30 pm

      Yeah, and that slob looks like he’s enjoying it. Dumbfuck. Hey, welcome back!


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