DAILYKENN.com -- In an effort to become cultural-Marxism complaint, the Navy is undergoing a massive job-title change that will scuttle gender specifics.
The change is an outgrowth of the 'sacred science' that men and women are the same as held by the cultural Marxism sect.
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Navytimes.com described the change:
The Navy deep-sixed all of its 91 enlisted ratings titles Thursday, marking the beginning of an overhaul of the rigid career structure that has existed since the Continental Navy in a radical shift sure to reverberate through the fleet and the veterans community beyond.Dailycaller.com reported:
Sailors will no longer be identified by their job title, say, Fire Controlman 1st Class Joe Sailor, effective immediately. Instead, that would be Petty Officer 1st Class Joe Sailor.
The Navy announced Thursday that it’s removing all historic job titles and replacing them with occupational specialty codes, as opposed to direct titles, effectively removing the word “man” from job titles in a roundabout way.
The sole survivor is the title "seamen."
• Cultural Marxism is an effort to stratify all segments of society into a Mao-suit sameness, ignoring natural differences such as gender and race.
Economic Marxism depends on the illusion that wealth disparities are attributed to social injustice when, in fact, wealth disparities in free-market economies are the effect of natural aptitudes and abilities.
• The myth reflects the fifth of eight mind reform (brainwashing) strategies outlined by psychologist Dr. Robert J Lifton. He called it "sacred science."
It is seen when myths are accepted as true science. Those who dare challenge the sacred science suffer dire consequences. This was seen when Galileo disputed the sacred science of Catholicism that contended the earth was the center of the universe.
It was seen when James Watson suggested sub-Saharan Africans were intellectually inferior and again when an Olympic gymnastics official noted that blacks were generally not good swimmers due to physiology.
Italian Gymnastics Federation official David Ciaralli was quoted as saying, "Why are there no black swimmers? Because their physical features don’t suit the sport."
According to dailymail.co.uk:
Ciaralli also said that black people 'may not have some of the necessities to be, let’s say, a field manager or a general manager' and that they aren’t good swimmers because they 'don’t have the buoyancy'.Like Galileo, Ciaralli was compelled to recant of his "heresy" against 'sacred science'.
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