November 13, 2018
Behold, the noble Shieldmaiden.
When not pulling cursed swords out of their fathers’ tombs or redpilling misogynist Internet nazis about the importance of strong independent womyn to the Hitlerian ideal, these flaxen-haired Aryan princesses, muscular yet virginal, are well known for plundering coastal villages and slaughtering weak southern menfolk with the power of their blond dreadlocks.
However, few people know that the sea-faring adventures of these militant front-holes have continued into the present day NATO war games, in which they crashed one of Norway’s five frigates and sank it in the name of the Matriarchy.
“KNM Helge Ingstad“ sank deeper in the water during night to Tuesday, photos made public by the Norwegian Defense show.
Tuesday morning, most of the navy ship is under water.
Last Thursday morning while it was still dark, “KNM Helge Ingstad” and the giant oil tanker “Sola TS” collided in Hjeltefjorden, north of the Sture crude oil terminal in Øygarden municipal in Hordaland on the west coast of Norway.
The warship, one of Norway’s five top modern frigates, was on her way home to Haakonsvern naval base after participating in NATO’s large-scale exercise Trident Juncture.
It is still a mystery why the well-equipped warship couldn’t avoid colliding with the 250 meters long oil tanker just north of the oil terminal. The weather was good, the waters in the area has real-time shipping control systems, there was radio-contact between the vessels up front.And, maybe the biggest unanswered questions: Why couldn’t the easy-to-steer frigate, with all its radars and sensors, manage to change course?
The Armed Forces are currently quite reluctant to tell about the crew at KNM Helge Ingstad. And there is good reason to shield the involved and their families. Should you judge by sound record and expert statements, they were made rough, almost incomprehensible human errors. The Navy’s people appear as amateurs.
“If this is how the Navy trains its naval officers, it’s shaking. They do not show any discipline or understanding of the roadmap rules, nor how to communicate or navigate at sea, says the long-standing captain and navigator Geir S. Eilertsen to VG.
“In the audio log, you hear the use of voice that it does not seem that the crew in the frigate is aware of the situation they are in. They are not aware that they are heading for a danger. I think that’s pretty nice. They all seem to be working, he said.
What happened and why?
An increasing number of readers are referring to Resett with older speeches about KNM Helge Ingstad, where the Armed Forces have been more than willing to tell about the crew. And parts of these reports are closely related to a highly controversial and acclaimed internal defense, but also to some critics who look into the Armed Forces.
It concerns the proportion of women in the agency, the extent to which they are quoted on requirements other than men, and what effect it has on the professional “culture” of the Armed Forces.
In the Armed Forces Forum No. 2 in 2017 it was read that “Four out of five navigators on frigate KNM Helge Ingstad are women“.
“It is advantageous to be many women on board. It will be a natural thing and a completely different environment, which I look at as positive,” Lieutenant Iselin Emilie Jakobsen Ophus said. She is a navigation officer at KNM Helge Ingstad, wrote the Defense Forum.
One could further read that “The Navy receives a much higher number of women after the general conscription duty was introduced. Therefore, more women are also more motivated for further career in the Armed Forces. “
“There has always been a perception that the Armed Forces are characterized by a very masculine environment, and in many ways it is true. It is most men in the Armed Forces, but it is important for me to show that you do not have to be “one of the guys” to assume a role in the Armed Forces. Finding his place should not be at the expense of being a woman, said Ophus.
When more women can work together, it becomes easier to find out and to create a more balanced defense, writes the Armed Forces Forum.
“It is important that the integration of women should work in every aspect: from officers and constables, to people,” says Ophus, adding: “The most important thing for me is that my job makes sense that you work for something bigger than yourself.”
This is funny until a real war kicks off.
Then, it will be hilarious.
In the same magazine where the Norwegians bragged about the vaginification of their Navy, they appeared to indicate that they are doing this to every department of their Armed Forces.
The doctrine of mutually assured destruction only applies to our current state of technology. We could have a breakthrough in tracking systems and nuclear-powered energy weapons that allow incoming nuclear missiles to be melted with radiation beams or lasers or something, and nullify the nuclear deterrence of all current players.
Or maybe we’ll just have a crappy urban insurgent jihad thing with all these Moslem parallel societies springing up everywhere. That would probably happen first, anyway. One way or another, “War” is a permanent fixture in human history, history has not ended, and we’ll see another one sooner or later, somehow.
It can’t come soon enough.