Television personality Mike Rowe delivered a sobering message on Veteran’s Day that illustrates how out of touch the campus SJWs are from the reality that America’s armed servicemen face.
Speaking on” Fox& Friends ,” Rowe argued that the American military is one of the greatest meritocracies in the nations of the world and champions a true-life diversity.
“Is there a greater meritocracy in the nations of the world? Is there a better instance of true-life diversity ?” Rowe said on the program.” The thing that I’m most proud about when I going to see footings when I visit with people, they are utterly colorblind. There’s no exchange about’ initiation terms .’ There’s no safe room. The military is not a safe space .”
“In the military, there’s a situate of rules, there’s a different actuality, and there’s a different commonality ,” he added.
To illustrate his point, Rowe pointed to his friend, Travis Mills, a quadruple-amputee whom the television host described as having not an ounce of self-pity.
” In a heartbeat “theres going” from put-upon, in a hurry, trying to take care of your material to saying,’ OK, let’s offset that, let’s sit down ,’ and I talked to Travis for an hour ,” Rowe said of his friend.” Some people reach the reset button to start their life over and some people get the reset button hit for them. And that was Travis. He just simply refused to quit .”
Mike Rowe has never been one to shy away from political correctness or from championing the contributions of America’s working class. Over the weekend, he delivered a blistering message on the student loan obligation crisis by attacking the pervasive propaganda that tells people to get a university education above all else.
“We have unintendedly badmouthed an entire area of our workforce by promoting one form of education, in my opinion, at the expense of all of the other forms, ” he said. “Forty years ago, colleges needed a PR campaign. We needed more people to get into higher education, but when we devoted the large-scale push for college back the in’ 70 s, we did it at the expense of alternative education. In other terms, we told people,’ If you don’t get your degree, you’re going to wind up turning a wrench.’ ”
Actor Chris Pratt simultaneously delivered a powerful message on Veteran’s Day that was specifically will be devoted to his brother.
“I always wanted to be exactly like him. We are similar size despite our three-year difference in age so as a kid I would wear the same clothes he wore, literally the day after he wore them — picking them up off the storey in his room. What can I say? He knew how to match and I liked the smell, ” Pratt wrote on Instagram Monday. “One day his friends started to notice and he kindly exhorted me to wear my own clothes.”
“He is a good big brother, ” he continued. “He’s ever produced with love. Growing up we wrestled for hours every day and smashed every bit of furniture in the chamber of representatives but never actually opposed. He taught me everything. He put up with me and my incessant hyperactivity and forced his friends to do the same.”
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