Our friends at the American Accountability Foundation have unearthed a series of
astonishing quotes and comments by Gen. CQ Brown, Joe Biden’s nominee to replace the traitorous Gen. Mark Milley as Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff.
Here’s a clear unequivocal statement about where he intends to take the military if confirmed:
And here’s how he plans to do it:
In his idea that the military should be the leader of a social revolution Gen. Brown’s doctrine is straight out of the Marxist playbook of Red China’s communist revolutionary leader, Mao Zedong.
The Chinese Red Army is an armed body for carrying out the political tasks of the revolution. Especially at present, the Red Army should certainly not confine itself to fighting; besides fighting to destroy the enemy's military strength, it should shoulder such important tasks as doing propaganda among the masses, organizing the masses, arming them, helping them to establish revolutionary political power and setting up Party organizations. The Red Army fights not merely for the sake of fighting but in order to conduct propaganda among the masses, organize them, arm them, and help them to establish revolutionary political power. Without these objectives, fighting loses its meaning and the Red Army loses the reason for its existence.
"On Correcting Mistaken Ideas in the Party" (December 1929), Selected Works of Mao Zedong, Vol. I, p. 106.
To the Marxist, the principal role of the military is not to “support and defend the Constitution of the United States against all enemies, foreign and domestic,” it is to carry out “the political tasks of the revolution” by being the vanguard of social change – the “revolution from above” in Stalinist parlance.
The comments cited above are just a few of many examples in which Brown has voiced support for diversity-focused hiring in the military.
"The things I think about is not only having diverse, you know, slates of candidates for some key positions, but it's also that you have to select some of those individuals into those key positions," Brown said earlier in the interview.
"You can't let it just be happenstance that brings in diversity, whether it be race, gender, ethnic background, sexual orientation or socio background," he said, explaining that the military should "identify diverse candidates and ensure that we are grooming them for opportunities."
In other words, “no whites allowed” on Gen. Brown’s promotion ladder.
Though Biden nominated Brown in May, Fox News Digital reports he has yet to have his nomination heard by the Senate Armed Services Committee. Sen. Tommy Tuberville, R-Ala., has put a blanket hold on Biden's Department of Defense nominees over the Pentagon's illegal policy to reimburse travel for abortion and provide paid time off for service members or their family members who choose to terminate a pregnancy. Brown is included in that hold.
In a recent op-ed for the Wall Street Journal, Tuberville wrote that "our new national obsession with sexuality, race and gender is focused on self rather than on purpose, ability or service."
Senator Tuberville is right. The Capitol Switchboard is (202-224-3121), call today and tell your Senators however they may have voted on CQ Brown’s previous promotions, his statements quoted above disqualify him for America’s highest military post, which should be in the hands of someone devoted to supporting and defending the Constitution, not a Marxist social engineer.
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