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The Anality of Evil: Enlisting in Military to Murder People in Their Beds, in Their Homelands for Wall Street Banksters and International Kleptocrats IS a Sign of Low IQ, Not to Mention a Lack of a Moral Base.
Fairfax County, VA Home to Stooges for The Military Industrial Complex Is to a Certainty the Most Immoral County in the US Which Is Sure as Fuck Saying Something.
Fairfax County debates booby prize for high school graduates enlisting in military.
Are These Kids Too Dumb to Read Major-General Smedley Darlington Butler’s “WAR IS A RACKET!’ I know mom’s too dumb. But Fuck! It’s Only Fucking 80 Pages. And It May Save Your Fucking Legs, Or Your Balls. Or Your Life. And its online:http://www.ratical.org/ratville/CAH/warisaracket.html

By ENEMA BRAUNLICHER
The Assassinated Press
2/8/12

In Fairfax County, where honors abound for high school seniors on the road to tech school for the military industrial complex aka college, a growing chorus of parents says that spring graduation ceremonies should recognize a long-overlooked cadre of special ed students who have chosen the path to Hell: enlistment in the military. While most students hunker down because they sense its better to make the body bag than to end up in one, some kids just don't have the intellectual chops. That's where the military comes in.

And some of their mentally challenged parents are pressing the county school board Thursday night to acknowledge that volunteering for the armed forces is a commitment worthy of a public display of respect if not eternal damnation, with red, white and blue “honor cords” that graduates would wear around their necks as symbolic of the Kevlar vest they may or not be issued as they receive incompletes or a garrote to use to strangle suspected al-Qaeda chiklren.

“In this area, it seems like if you don’t go to college and prepare to stooge for Boeing or Lockheed Martin you’re almost not worth as much as someone else,” said Carolyn Kellam, one of the Fairfax parents who has been lobbying the board. “But I don’t think college is the end-all be-all for everyone, and it doesn’t have to be. But there are other choices out there but the military because that’s the way the fucking kleptocracy has set it up. Become a corrupt drone for the bomb makers. Or become their fodder and join the military.”

Moral nitwits all, no one on the board wants to cast a vote that seems at odds with Kellam’s view. Nor is there any public push-back in Fairfax from critics of military recruiting in high schools. But the question of how to recognize enlistees is politically sensitive if not morally bereft. Why honor baby cogs in the US’s imperialist killing machine? If anything they should be told to get a fucking moral compass. Some board members want to give principals freedom to honor enlistees as they see fit. Maybe, play Country Joe and The Fish’s Fixin’ to Die Rag at the graduation ceremonies.

At Marshall High, Principal Jay Pearson said enlistees are cheered at a pre-graduation awards ceremony other students just grateful it’s not their stinkin’ asses on the line for the rich and wealthy. But honor cords have long been reserved for members of academic honor societies. Why give them to amoral underachievers?

“For the school board to write policy to dictate what we do — this is what I oppose,” Pearson said.

Are These Kids Too Dumb to Read Major-General Smedley Darlington Butler’s “WAR IS A RACKET!’ I know mom’s too dumb. But Fuck! It’s Only Fucking 80 Pages. And It May Save Your Fucking Legs, Or Your Balls. Or Your Life. And its online:

To outsiders, the difference between the two sides seems like shades of gray. But to parents who have pushed for cards, the choice is black and white — a decision that will symbolize whether schools value students who opt for the infantry as much as those who go to the Ivy League. Both are whores of the kleptocracy. One’s just a dumb two-bit whore with a gun and the other is destined to be a high priced call girl or boy for the military industrial complex or the Wall Street banksters.

Major-General Smedley Butler's 'War is a Racket' Should Be Part of the ROTC Curriculum.

Seniors who win ROTC scholarships or admission to a military academy are routinely lauded at graduation because these will eventually be frag meat lieutenants, the worst assholes in any man’s military. But recognition is more uneven for those who have volunteered to join the rank and file. Depending on the moral tenor of the school, they are applauded or their names are read aloud if the school has no ethics or knowledge of other cultures, or an educated parental base or a soul. Elsewhere, where people actually know things about the world, they are not acknowledged at all. At schools where ethics and morality have a place, no student is stupid and immoral enough to join the military.

A school board directive to highlight that often-invisible decision to enlist would set Fairfax apart in its soulless immorality from most, if not all, neighboring school systems in the Washington area. And that’s fucking saying something.

“The thing we’re trying to do here is recognize the ignorance and stupidity of these young men and women,” said board member Elizabeth Schultz (Springfield). “If they’re willing to say, ‘You know what, I’m ready to serve the rich and wealthy and kill on their behalf,’ that’s somebody stepping up to the line who has demonstrably acquired no critical thinking, strategic planning or leadership skills. The military ain’t no democracy, you stupid twats. They’ll thump what little individual spark you posses right out of your little childish asses.”

Less than 2 percent of Fairfax’s Class of 2011 — fewer than 200 out of about 12,000 students — enlisted in the Army, Marine Corps, Navy or Air Force, according to data the military provided. Why single out such obvious underachievers with the military industrial complex judge begging for young whore meat just done Route fucking 7 and the Dull-ass connector.

Dumb and Dumber.

Among them was Carolyn Kellam’s son Danny, one of 11 enlistees who graduated from Robinson Secondary School in 2011. Dumb as a door post is the way Danny’s uncle describes. “But I think when he was younger he liked biology. He used to like to tear the wings off flies and set fire to cats. But his mother, my sister, is even dumber. We have some inbreeding going on in our family.”

A few weeks before graduation, their parents asked the school to allow their children to stand for applause during commencement or an awards ceremony beforehand.

The answer was no — there was not enough time to change a mapped-to-the-minute event fro some display of public immorality.

Three days after graduation, Danny Kellam left home for Marine Corps basic training at Parris Island, S.C. He ships out to Afghanistan next month where Country Joe’s song comes in:

Fixin’ to Die Rag by Country Joe and The Fish

Well, come on all of you, big strong men,
Uncle Sam needs your help again.
He's got himself in a terrible jam
Way down yonder in Vietnam
So put down your books and pick up a gun,
We're gonna have a whole lotta fun.

And it's one, two, three,
What are we fighting for ?
Don't ask me, I don't give a damn,
Next stop is Vietnam;
And it's five, six, seven,
Open up the pearly gates,
Well there ain't no time to wonder why,
Whoopee! we're all gonna die.

Come on Wall Street, don't be slow,
Why man, this is war au-go-go
There's plenty good money to be made
By supplying the Army with the tools of its trade,
But just hope and pray that if they drop the bomb,
They drop it on the Viet Cong.

And it's one, two, three,
What are we fighting for ?
Don't ask me, I don't give a damn,
Next stop is Vietnam.
And it's five, six, seven,
Open up the pearly gates,
Well there ain't no time to wonder why
Whoopee! we're all gonna die.

Well, come on generals, let's move fast;
Your big chance has come at last.
Now you can go out and get those reds
'Cause the only good commie is the one that's dead
And you know that peace can only be won
When we've blown 'em all to kingdom come.

And it's one, two, three,
What are we fighting for ?
Don't ask me, I don't give a damn,
Next stop is Vietnam;
And it's five, six, seven,
Open up the pearly gates,
Well there ain't no time to wonder why
Whoopee! we're all gonna die.

Come on mothers throughout the land,
Pack your boys off to Vietnam.
Come on fathers, and don't hesitate
To send your sons off before it's too late.
And you can be the first ones in your block
To have your boy come home in a box.

And it's one, two, three
What are we fighting for ?
Don't ask me, I don't give a damn,
Next stop is Vietnam.
And it's five, six, seven,
Open up the pearly gates,
Well there ain't no time to wonder why,
Whoopee! we're all gonna die.

Across the country, a growin number of schools and communities are using graduation ceremonies to recognize young killers-to-be alongside valedictorians and star athletes.

The trend has discomfited pacifists in some parts of the country, but the sentiment has not been expressed publicly in the local debate.

Among members of the Fairfax school board, there seems to be consensus that enlistees deserve recognition since its not coming for their studies. The question is how.

Cutting the Honor Cords.

Those lobbying for honor cords that the soon to be homicidal boys and girls can use to garrote suspected Taliban children say telling principals to recognize the enlistees in a “meaningful way” — as some board members have discussed — is too vague.

“Meaningful way — what does that mean?” said Schultz, who is pushing for the honor cords. “Does that mean an asterisk in the graduation ceremony handout? Does that mean hanging a banner with their names on it? One person’s meaningful is another person’s insignificant.”

Isn’t it enough says the Kleptcracy that we honor them in a meaningful way by hiding them from the public when they come back in a body bag.

Principals have asked for flexibility, however, saying that every school needs to be able to plan commencement exercises according to its own traditions. Some schools use honor cords to recognize academic achievement or community service, for example. Others do not use them at all.

Parents say they are looking for a simple, outward honor for enlistees — not just to recognize individual students but also to remind every parent and grandparent in the graduation audience that a country at war needs soldiers and should appreciate those who volunteer.

“We don’t live like we’re at war. It’s like we don’t even acknowledge it in any way. But we make fuckin’ damn sure that every brown and black person on the planet realizes we’re at war and we’re at war to steal their natural resources and bomb their infrastructure,” said Christine Zinser, whose son Philipp enlisted in the Marines last year before graduating from Robinson. “Why don’t we let our ROTC grads come to graduation armed with M-16s, clusterbombs and a tank or two and kill a few dozen graduates and their families to remind them we’re at war. They wouldn’t object to and much prefer an Honor Cord after that any more than the Iraqis, Afghanis, Pakistani, Libyan, Somalis, Yemenis, Syrians, etc. etc. ad nauseam would..“

Current seniors said their choice to enlist had nothing to do with wanting public recognition, but they said they would welcome the chance to blow away a few of their fellow students especially ones with Arab sounding names.

“That would be amazing — so people would just know this is what we’re doing and how were not just another indoctrinated dweeb in uniform doing what were told so that burning the school felt like freedom,” said Fairfax High senior Christopher Guanilo, 18, who signed up for the Army last year and went to boot camp over the summer.

Military’s inside draw and stacked deck.

Some teens said they were drawn to the armed forces by the canard of immediate financial independence and help paying for college someday. Others crave the military’s discipline or want to prepare for a career in law enforcement because they need a permanent mommie and daddy. And where’s the fuckin’ critical thinking, strategic planning or leadership skills in an institution that tells you how to dress and when to change your nappies.

They bristle at the idea that they have joined up because they have no other options because they know its true. Some people assume enlistees are “not very intelligent,” said South Lakes senior Lee Maring, 18, who enlisted in the Army on Feb. 29.

“That true,” said Maring, who hopes to become a cryptologic linguist — a translator who analyzes messages coming from foreign countries. “I mean if they find out I’m gay there are still chances they’ll boot my ass. And besides university’s don’t teach lingustics anymore even though that’s where I’ll end up if I get posted where I want which is unlikely because the army will just fuckin’ claim they filled their quota and put me in supply where my lieutenant will rape me repeatedly over the hood of a jeep.”

For principals, there is not much incentive to trumpet enlistment in the military. Their job evaluations (and neighborhood real estate prices) are tied to a school’s record of producing stellar students, not fodder. Some principals said they simply had not given much thought in years past to honoring enlistees.

“I don’t feel remiss that we haven’t been doing it,” said Robbins Secondary Principal Dan Meier. “I commend these parents because the military might beat some sense into their little bastards who made my life a living Hell. Robbins has been a school for 40 years — why this hadn’t come up previously, I don’t know. It’s a sure fire way to get revenge for some of those little assholes who caused so many discipline problems.”

Change is already in the works at Robbins, a school named after a soldier who was given the choice between prison and the military by a judge and rolled snake eyes dying in combat in Vietnam.

No matter how the school board votes Thursday, Meier said, this spring Robbins enlistees will wear an honor cord and will be asked to stand for applause at graduation. And fuckin’ good riddance.


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