June 22, 2019
No one gets laid in the military while they’re deployed and if they do, well, they usually get court-martialed.
So what exactly is the purpose of this new incel witch hunt?
At least one Air Force base is on the lookout for a sinister new threat: angry men who can’t get laid.
Personnel at Joint Base Andrews in Maryland were recently treated to a threat brief regarding an “increase in nationwide activity” by self-described “incels,” members of an online subculture of “involuntary celibacy” who adopt an ideology of misogyny, mistrust of women, and violence in response to their failed attempts at romantic relationships.
The brief was first made public via a screenshot posted to the popular Air Force amn/nco/snco Facebook page on Tuesday. An Air Force spokesman confirmed the authenticity of the screenshot to Task & Purpose.
“The screenshot was taken from a Joint Base Andrews Intel brief created following basic threat analysis on an increase in nationwide activity by the group,” 11th Wing spokesman Aletha Frost told Task & Purpose in an email.
So are they going to get these young men hookers or what? Why bitch about a problem without taking steps to resolve it?
They just want to demonize the most oppressed group in the world:
gamers young men who don’t know how to get laid…
Well actually, now that I think about it, yeah you could go ahead and just call those people gamers.
If the Air Force delves deeply into this topic, they may find that there is a distinct overlap between these two groups. So, between Incels, Gamers and young White men, they’ll really have all their bases covered for groups that might cause problems for the new PC military.
The only problem is that these are the exact same groups of people who might be interested in joining the military. I don’t know how they’re going to square this circle. But again, none of this is supposed to make sense. It’s just designed to destroy literally everything.
Several mass casualty events apparently tied to the incel movement have occurred with relative frequency in recent years starting in May 2014, when 22-year-old Elliot Rodger shot and killed six women in Isla Vista, California in “retribution” for years of romantic rejection that he detailed in a twisted, vengeful manifesto.
Indeed, the screenshot appeared the day after Brian Isaack Clyde, a former Army infantryman who frequently posted memes that referenced the incel movement alongside anti-government conspiracies to his Facebook page, was shot by federal officers after he opened fire outside a Dallas, Texas federal building.
According to the Dallas Morning News, one of the many incel memes Clyde shared included one he referring to “virgin shooting” vs. a “Chad rampage” — yet another derivative of the ‘Virgin Walk’ meme featured in the Joint Base Andrews brief.
While Frost did not elaborate on the specifics surrounding the purported “increase in nationwide activity” that prompted the threat brief, the screenshot cites an “increase in discussion” on popular online forums like Reddit and 4Chan that followed the April 2018 van attack in Toronto that left 10 dead at the hands of 25-year-old Alek Minassian, who lauded Rodger as a hero and claimed on Facebook that he wanted to incite a “incel rebellion.”
I wonder how many enlisted servicemen browse the Chans, or God forbid, the Stormer, while they’re on duty.
They’re all going to have to take evasive measures to keep their browsing habits on the down-low.
Perhaps downloading a random picture of some e-thot and claiming that she is your girlfriend and denying that you have a Nintendo Switch will be good enough to allay suspicions… for now.
But we’re all going to have to pool brains and get creative here to help our comrades in the service before they are uncovered.