Army's social justice push taking focus off mission: Jocko Willink

Jocko Willink, who served 20 years in the NOSOTROS. Armada, joined the premiere ofUnfiltered with Dan BonginoSaturday to discuss the Army’s social justice push.

We can call it whatever you want to call it, you can paint it, you can put lipstick on it,” Willink said. “But the nature of war is death. The nature of war is killing people.

This is a hard enough mission as it is. We don’t need to add things to it that make it more complicated and take our focus off of that actual mission.

The video came as part of the Army’s campaign, “La llamada,” which tells the diverse stories of five different service members.

“Comienza en California con una niña criada por dos mamás,” narrates Cpl. Emma Malonelord. A cartoon recreation of Malonelord’s life includes a scene of her moms at an alter.

Willink stressed the importance of the military keeping their focus on thevery difficultphysical and mental challenges of the job.

You carry a lot of weight,” Willink said. “You carry your friends, you carry weapons that weigh 20, 30 libras… I don’t really care, sabes, who’s in that position, as long as they can do their jobwe take care of our brothers and sisters out on the battlefield, that’s the most important thing.

The Army video comes after the Central Intelligence Agency enfrentó una reacción violenta por “despertó” anuncios de contratación, ya que las dos agencias buscan ampliar su grupo de candidatos. A video titled “Descubre la CIA: Tu nación cuenta contigo,” sparked a fierce reaction last month for being what critics labeled as “despertó la propaganda” en las redes sociales.

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