As far back as the 16th century, John Knox warned of the calamitous effects that can follow female government in his famous work “The First Blast of the Trumpet Against the Monstrous Regiment of Women,” “Regiment” in this case meaning “Rule.”
For who can denie but it is repugneth to nature, that the blind shall be appointed to leade and conduct such as do see? That the weake, the sicke, and impotent persons shall nourish and keep the whole and strong, and finally, that the foolishe, madde and phrenetike shall govern the discrete, and give counsel to such as be sober of mind? And such be all women, compared unto man in bearing of authoritie. For their sight in civil regiment, is but blindnes: their strength, weaknes: their counsel, foolishenes: and judgement, phrenesie, if it be rightlie considered.
The Germans, however, failed to learn this important lesson. They have just allowed an elite white warrior unit to be broken up by a government of women, consisting of Angela Merkel as Chancellor, Annegret Kramp-Karrenbauer as Defense Minister and Agnieszka Brugger as a fat, purple haired Green MP on the Parliament’s Defense Committee.
Germany’s Special Forces Command (KSK) will not immediately be completely disbanded over far-right links, but given a short time to show it can change from within, German Defense Minister Annegret Kramp-Karrenbauer announced on Wednesday.
In the wake of numerous revelations of far-right activity among the KSK’s ranks, a task force was asked to urgently investigate. Announcing the results alongside Bundeswehr Chief of Defense Eberhard Zorn, Kramp-Karrenbauer said the unit would be given time to put its own house in order.
“The analysis concludes that the KSK cannot persist in its current form. That it must be changed from the inside out and that it must be better reintegrated into the Bundeswehr.”
“We will give the KSK time to press the reset button,” said the minister.
Kramp-Karrenbauer had already announced structural reforms of the KSK unit, which include the dissolution of one of its four combat companies. She warned that, should the KSK fail to make sufficient progress by the end of October, it would be disbanded as a whole.
“If we let things go on then the danger is indeed great that we will have a real structural problem for the future,” she said.
The KSK were suspected of stockpiling explosives and ammunition, perhaps for use in a future attempt to overthrow the “Monstrous Regiment of Women.” And if this was indeed their goal, who, in truth, could blame them? Perhaps they should have moved faster.
The extremism allegations go as far back as 2017, when KSK members at a commander’s farewell party allegedly threw pig heads, played right-wing rock music and performed the Nazi salute.
A report by Germany’s Military Counterintelligence Service (MAD) in January revealed that 500 soldiers in the German military were being investigated for right-wing extremism.
MAD noted that 20 of the suspected right-wing extremism cases currently being processed were within the KSK. In relation to the number of personnel, this was five times the proportion in the rest of the Bundeswehr.
In May, police seized explosives and weapons at the home of a KSK soldier. Kramp-Karrenbauer had previously described the disappearance of 48,000 rounds of ammunition and 62 kilograms of explosives as “disturbing” and “alarming.”
This Deutsche Welle video report on the decision features the testimony of a pathetic traitor from within the ranks.
“Someone made a joke about Jews. It was about long noses, things like that. Then someone else said, ‘What’s that, mate? You’re saying there are still Jews? I thought we’d eradicated them all. We’ll have to have another go at that.‘”
There have also been calls to make the special forces unit more diverse and to screen prospective recruits for “acceptable” opinions before allowing them in.
It remains to be seen whether a special forces unit consisting of Turks and SJWs will have any inclination or ability to fight, at least for Germany.
In fact, across the western world, police and military forces (especially special forces) are known to be strongly biased towards the right and far-right. If, from now on, you have to be Woke to serve in the ranks, it won’t be long before our countries are overrun by unWoke nations that still have warriors who can fight.