Dept. of Defense “Training” Video: Man-on-Man Groping!

With Barack Obama in the final stretch of his presidency, what best symbolizes his tenure as Commander in Chief of the United States Armed Forces? There are so many U.S. military symbols that signify strength, fearlessness, and resolution: eagles, swords, arrows, anchors, a bulldog. But somehow, none of those seem right for Obama. Yet surely our Nobel Peace Prize-winning president deserves his own symbol. And I nominate Gropey Miguel. Because Gropey Miguel is a true emblem of the Obama “footprint” on the sands of U.S. military history. Gropey Miguel may not have been directly created by Obama, but he is a product of Obama appointees, and therefore representative of the administration’s priorities regarding the military.

Gropey Miguel’s priority? Why, groping, of course! Miguel loves to grope other men, a problem apparently rampant enough in the armed forces during Obama’s presidency to warrant an entire taxpayer-funded video designed to address it.

Gropey Miguel was the brainchild of the Defense Equal Opportunity Management Institute (DEOMI), a U.S. Department of Defense educational facility located at Patrick Air Force Base in Florida. It was created in 1971 (initially called the Defense Race Relations Institute) to study the progress of black Americans in the armed forces. In 1979, under President Carter, the name was changed to DEOMI, and the focus was expanded to combating “racism, sexism, and intolerance.” DEOMI serves all branches of the armed forces.

The DEOMI commandant, a political appointee, is Col. Morris “Reese” Turner.

In the DEOMI video, Gropey Miguel is a groper, a grabber, a pincher of male flesh, a musser of hair, a hugger of man-flab. Gropey Miguel is my name for him, by the way. In the video, he’s simply called Miguel. I also like to refer to him as “El Grabuloso.” Miguel is constantly tormenting an out-of-shape, befuddled white Department of Defense employee with his ceaseless fondling. The beleaguered worker gets no support from his multicultural coworkers, who tell him to live with it. After all, no one puts Miguel in a corner. The man’s an artist!

Gropey

At the end of the video, servicemembers are given a choice (on the DEOMI website) regarding the best way to handle the Gropey Miguels that apparently constitute a major problem in the military these days. The “correct” response is to attempt to solve the problem at the “lowest level.” Filing a complaint or informing others of your feelings constitute the wrong responses.

Look, this isn’t life-or-death, it’s just very funny. It’s funny that the Department of Defense saw this as a good use of its budget. It’s funny that there are apparently enough Gropey Miguels in the military to justify producing this video. And it’s just funny, as entertainment. Miguel and his dumpy, sullen foil make a great comedic pair.

The only thing that isn’t funny is that the people Obama put in charge of defending our nation don’t see it as funny. That’s why Gropey Miguel should be remembered as a symbol of Obama’s disastrous presidency, a presidency marked by many, many things that would be hilarious if they weren’t so pathetic.

Which brings us to the final punchline to this story. In December 2014, Commandant Morris “Reese” Turner, the man in charge of DEOMI, the man in charge of “educational materials” like “Gropey Miguel,” was suspended from his command.

The charge? “Inappropriate touching.”

No, I’m not making that up.

And with that, here’s the video (you can also view the video on the DEOMI website):
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4 Responses to “Dept. of Defense “Training” Video: Man-on-Man Groping!”
  1. Dave says:

    It turns out that the anti-groping Commandant has been charged with groping.

    http://www.militarycorruption.com/reeseturner.htm

  2. Dave says:

    Good punch line- happens all the time at least since the Clinton Administration started courting female voters.

  3. James says:

    This touching video captures a very important issue though I did not see it explained as such.
    Now that the USA and most of the countries of Europe are being transitioned into “multicultural”
    societies, a process that requires a huge in-flux of immigrants of various non-European racial backgrounds
    or origins, and the immigrant groups are encouraged to retain their native languages and cultures
    there are going to be many instances where people of one cultural/racial/ethnic background will
    be offended or take issue with the behavior of someone of another multicultural subset group.
    Often the problems will be just different cultural norms. In the video above, I presume that Miguel’s
    tactile style is typical to his subculture group and alien to the narrator’s subcultural group. White people
    are slated to be a minority and as such will become just another subgroup in the Jewish utopian multicultural
    societies that are now being created but only in White people countries] by Jewish Power.
    Professor Kevin B. MacDonald addresses this matter in many of his available interviews on the internet and
    I believe it is addressed as well in his eye opening book: THE CULTURE OF CRITIQUE.
    The White man narrating the video is benevolent and altruistic and does not want to offend Miguel yet
    is uncomfortable with all the touching that he experiences as an invasion of his personal space. Presumably
    Miguel is not a homosexual coworker in love with the narrator. Homosexuals have been created into another
    multicultural subgroup, so if Miguel is a homosexual drawn to the narrator there arises perhaps a melding
    of two multicultural subgroups, a Latin tactile subcultural norm with a homosexual subgroup norm of potential
    attraction to another male, especially one who does not vigorously reject the tactile modality.
    We can look forward to many more such issues as many distinct cultural subgroups interact through work
    and play and vie for pieces of a limited pie in the USA denuded of it’s manufacturing capacity by virtue
    of some group’s decision to ship most factory machinery to Communist China starting twenty or so years ago.

  4. James says:

    This touching video captures a very important issue though I did not see it explained as such.
    Now that the USA and most of the countries of Europe are being transitioned into “multicultural”
    societies, a process that requires a huge in-flux of immigrants of various non-European racial backgrounds
    or origins, and the immigrant groups are encouraged to retain their native languages and cultures
    there are going to be many instances where people of one cultural/racial/ethnic background will
    be offended or take issue with the behavior of someone of another multicultural subset group.
    Often the problems will be just different cultural norms. In the video above, I presume that Miguel’s
    tactile style is typical to his subcultural group and alien to the narrator’s subcultural group. White people
    are slated to be a minority and as such will become just another subgroup in the Jewish utopian multicultural
    societies that are now being created [ but only in White people countries] by Jewish Power.
    Professor Kevin B. MacDonald addresses this matter in many of his available interviews on the internet and
    I believe it is addressed as well in his eye opening book: THE CULTURE OF CRITIQUE.
    The White man narrating the above video is benevolent and altruistic and does not want to offend Miguel yet
    is uncomfortable with all the touching that he experiences as an invasion of his personal space. Presumably
    Miguel is not a homosexual coworker in love with the narrator. Homosexuals have been created into another
    multicultural subgroup, so if Miguel is a homosexual drawn to the narrator there arises perhaps a melding
    of two multicultural subgroups, a Latin tactile subcultural norm with a homosexual subgroup norm of potential
    attraction to another male, especially one who does not vigorously reject the tactile modality.
    We can look forward to many more such issues as many distinct cultural subgroups interact through work
    and play and vie for pieces of a limited pie in the USA denuded of it’s manufacturing capacity by virtue
    of some group’s decision to ship most of the USA’s factory machinery to Communist China starting twenty or so years ago.

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