Wanting Equality, Getting Equality

While I hate the idea, I nevertheless applaud this little announcement:

The Pentagon says the country should stick with mandatory registration for a military draft, and it advocates a requirement for women to sign up for the first time in the nation’s history.
The recommendations are contained in a Defense Department report to Congress that serves as a starting point for a commission examining military, national and public service.
Congress ordered the Pentagon report, and the office of the undersecretary of defense for personnel and readiness completed it in the early months of the Trump administration.
Currently, only male citizens and residents age 18-25 are required to register, for a pace of about 2 million each year.
Women, whom the government has never ordered to sign up, would add 11 million to the Selective Service System database “in short order,” the report says.

To paraphrase Mencken, equality is the theory that women know what they want, and they deserve to get it good and hard.


  1. as long as they are not the point of the spear I don’t see a problem. Last war we used the draft to fuel the warrior caste did not work out so well as we had begun the slide into pussification at that point.

  2. Good in a way. Women don’t belong in combat arms, but just the same, I want to see the feminazi bitches suffer through the same training men have endured for ages. Give them their “equality”.
    Let’s have a few years of utter failure and widespread misery of women inductees, and that just might reverse the social engineering now too prevalent in our military. The military’s job is to fight, not be a day care and medical welfare service.

    Progs need to actually get and have to live with their purported desires and the attendant consequences, without an escape clause or a rescue from the government or the productive class.
    Heretofore, Buraq The Divider being the prime example: “The law was for thee, but not for me. The law applies to me only when expedient.” Sacrifice is for others, but not the anointed ones.

  3. Disaster. The feminisation of the military is nearly complete. This won’t have the result of women getting a comeuppance, it will be the final bursting of the dam. Everything done in the armed forces would have as its’ first question, “How do we do this and keep the girls happy?” . . . or at least quiet. Selective Service was one of the last official admissions that there was something that men were fitted for that women weren’t.

    Looking on the bright side, whenever the flag went up, the number of girls trying to get pregnant for the deferment would skyrocket. Pizza delivery guys would find themselves forcibly dragged inside apartments by the wrist in earnest. Pornographic myth becomes sociologic reality.

  4. Oh, please, please, please let this get passed by Congress! I do SO want to watch the leaders of the ‘Women’s Movement’ explain to their followers why they wanted women in the military so goddamned much!

  5. Lets see now how the womens equality, pink pussy hats react to this!
    Real equality, you too can be drafted and sent to some stinking, sweaty, dirty shithole
    to be shot at, blown up, or otherwise damaged like I and a whole lot of my friends were.

  6. On the one hand, this is good because if women are going to be allowed to vote, then they should be required to put their lives on the line for the privilege.

    On the other hand, there’s Feminist Fantasy vs. Physical Reality.

    We’re going to see a degradation of our warfighting capability as long as women are allowed to serve in combat arms.

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