Our armed forces are being infiltrated by more and more woke propaganda each day.
The US Army has announced that they will be “prioritizing climate change considerations in its threat picture, strategic plans, operations and installations”.
They also stated that “climate change is a serious threat to U.S. National security interests and defense objectives”.
The way things are going the woke crowd will try to get ride of our nuclear weapons due to the fact they are harmful to the environment.
The #USArmy is prioritizing climate change considerations in its threat picture, strategic plans, operations and installations.
— U.S. Army (@USArmy) May 16, 2021
NEW – US Army to "prioritize climate change considerations" in its threat picture and strategic plans. pic.twitter.com/MllXmLNmB7
— Disclose.tv 🚨 (@disclosetv) May 16, 2021
The US Army’s official sit had this to say about Climate Change:
Climate change is a serious threat to U.S. National security interests and defense objectives. The effects of climate change can cause humanitarian disasters, undermine weak governments and contribute to long-term social and economic disruptions.
Warming temperatures open new theaters of operations for military and commercial use, while extreme weather events and rising sea levels threaten infrastructure and economic output, trigger large-scale population displacement, migration and exacerbate food and water insecurity.
What are the current and past efforts of the Army?
In line with the President and the Secretary of Defense’s direction, the Army is prioritizing climate change considerations in its threat picture, strategic plans, operations and installations.
The Army is:
Including climate risk analyses in modeling and simulation activities and daily operational missions. Investing in technologies to provide enhanced capabilities for operational energy and modernization priorities, and support mitigating and adapting to climate change.
Addressing climate threats and integrating energy efficiency and renewable energy into the installation portfolio, including supply chain considerations in procurement. Making changes to installation master planning, natural resource planning, and design, construction and sustainment standards to address climate risks.
Users on Twitter didn’t seem to happy about the announcement:
What will the Climate Change Ribbon look like and how does one earn it? 🤦🏽♂️
— paulsantiago (@paulsantiago0) May 17, 2021
The Russians and Chinese are laughing at you.
— Weimdog (@weimdog) May 17, 2021
The DoD also released details regarding the military actions against climate change:
The Defense Department is tackling the climate crisis across a variety of fronts, from increasing energy resilience and security to reducing the greenhouse gas emissions contributing to global warming. This multifaceted approach is necessary for installations and operations to adapt to climate hazards ranging from increasingly severe storms to wildfires and droughts.
In a message to the force released March 4, Secretary of Defense Lloyd J. Austin III said, “We face a growing climate crisis that is impacting our missions, plans and capabilities and must be met by ambitious, immediate action.”
Austin directed the creation of the DOD Climate Working Group to coordinate the department’s actions in response to President Joe Biden’s Executive Order 14008, titled “Tackling the Climate Crisis at Home and Abroad,” which put the climate crisis at the center of U.S. foreign policy and national security.
It look like the US will enter into another invisible war but this time the enemy isn’t in the Middle East but rather our planets weather.