US Navy Chief Delivers Massive Blow to ‘Woke’ Liberal Agenda

Democrats are often accused of trying to pass “woke” policies that negatively impact the U.S. military and its ability to defend the nation.

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Last year, there was widespread outrage over several books included on the U.S. Navy’s “Professional Reading Program.”

Republican in Congress argued that some of the books expressed views that were “explicitly anti-American.”

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Chief of Naval Operations (CNO) Adm. Mike Gilday apparently took matters into his own hands after he received a letter from Congress. Gilday has updated the list for 2022.

A number of books were removed that were previously included in the 2021 reading list.

People noticed that the missing books were the titles Ibram X. Kendi’s “How to Be an Antiracist,” Michelle Alexander’s “The New Jim Crow” and Jason Pierceson’s “Sexual Minorities and Politics.”

The list includes 12 books in the genres of fiction, non-fiction, military, strategy, management, and technology.

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Gilday responded at the time that the Kendi’s book was included because “it evokes the author’s own personal journal in understanding barriers to true inclusion, the deep nuances of racism and racial inequalities.”

Gilday said the goal of the program is to foster the continued education and growth – both personal and professional – of sailors.

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“We are driving a fleet-wide campaign of self-improvement,” Gilday said in a statement published Friday. “We must foster an organization that supports and empowers Sailors to have an independent quest for knowledge through reading and information sharing. What you know and how fast you learn is relevant in this era of strategic competition.”

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Friday’s updated reading list includes the following titles:

  • “To Rule the Waves” by Bruce Jones
  • “A Brief Guide to Maritime Strategy” by James Holmes
  • “China as a 21st Century Naval Power” by Michael. A. McDevitt
  • “Not One Inch” by Mary E. Sarotte
  • “The Sailor’s Bookshelf: Fifty Books to Know the Sea” by Admiral James G. Stavridis
  • “Army of None: Autonomous Weapons and the Future of War” by Paul Scharre
  • “Fortune Favors Boldness” by Barry Costello
  • “The Last Stand of the Tin Can Sailors: The Extraordinary World War II Story of the U.S. Navy’s Finest Hour” by James Hornfischer
  • “World War II at Sea: A Global History” by Craig Symonds
  • “Ashley’s War: The Untold Story of a Team of Women Soldiers on the Special Ops Battlefield” by Gayle T. Lemmon
  • “Dare to Lead” by Brene Brown
  • “Mindset: The New Psychology of Success” by Carol Dweck