The Navy has recently announced it is going to enjoy a dramatic increase in operational and combat readiness as a result of it’s new policy requiring the use of politically correct pronouns.
The U.S. Navy this week gave America another unfortunate peek at its priorities when a video surfaced that showed two engineers at the Naval Undersea Warfare Center (NUWC) in Rhode Island talking about, you guessed it — “the importance of using correct pronouns.”
I have to wonder, does this apply to ships as well? Traditionally, western navies have referred to their ships using feminine pronouns (for some strange reason, the Russians refer to their ships as male…Does it say something about the Russian navy that their sailors prefer to be inside males? We report, you decide) so the question is, are ships now to be referred to as “ze” and “zer”?
At any rate, I’m sure they’ll get that all worked out, I’m just happy to see that the Navy is finally getting their priorities straight and addressing this issue that’s so vital to combat readiness and our ability to take the fight to the enemy.