American general Anthony McAuliffe replied “Nuts!” when the Germans requested that he and his troops surrender during the Battle of the Bulge.
“Nuts!” seems like a good response to feminists who demand that women serve in elite combat units in the American military. It also seems like a good reply to trannies who no longer have their nuts but also demand slots in high powered combat roles.
Even if standards are maintained, there are still problems with putting women into combat units. As to trannies, well that’s so ridiculous as to be cringeworthy.
One of the big problems is that too many men are White Knights at heart. They’re going to be distracted by having a female beside them in combat. They’re going to take unnecessary risks that they wouldn’t take if they were part of an all male unit.
Besides, women belong in traditional roles, which proved to the optimal arrangement for society for thousands of years. Countries whose military avoid gender politics are going to be at a distinct advantage should a hot war break out.
Excerpt from Military
More than a year after a mandate for the Pentagon opened previously closed ground combat and special operations jobs to women, officials say the Navy has its first female candidates for its most elite special warfare roles.
Two women were in boot camp as candidates for the Navy’s all-enlisted Special Warfare Combatant-Craft Crewman program, Naval Special Warfare Center Deputy Commander Capt. Christian Dunbar told members of the Defense Advisory Committee on Women in the Service in June.
Another woman, who sources say is a junior in an ROTC program at an unnamed college, has applied for a spot in the SEAL officer selection process for fiscal 2018, which begins Oct. 1, and is set to complete an early step in the pipeline, special operations assessment and selection, later this summer, he said.
Kristin Beck, pictured below, was retired from the SEALS when he made the transition. Prior to changing her name to Kristin, she was known as Christopher. “She” was still a he while in the military.