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Dear ChemBio Update Reader:
The Army Times, a publication for members of the miltary, is pleased to note that the Army is just about to achieve its targeted end strength of 547,400 soldiers, but it hasn't been easy, according to the commanding general of Accessions Command.
"It is a challenging environment," says Lt. Gen. Benjamin Freakley, "but we are making our mission."
Why is it so challenging? Kong professes himself shocked to hear the answer!
On the average, Lt. Gen. Freakley says that 7 out of 10 young persons between the ages of 17 and 24 are disqualified from serving!
The first challenge is education. All soldiers must have a high school diploma or the equivalent.
The second challenge is--are you ready for this?--health!
About 10% of the young people wanting to enlist are obese or suffer from related issues like diabetes or "musculoskeletal issues." The Army "can't get them in shape in a 10-week basic training period of time."
Even more shocking to Kong is the fact that, "The youth of today also have 8% less bone mass, meaning they get hurt more easily," according to Freakley.
What does the above say about the American diet these days? What it says to Kong is that "The Killing Mechanism" is going to operate overtime in America. Most of today's youth won't make it through what's coming to this planet.
Freakley also added that prescription drug use among young people is on the rise, probably meaning diabetes drugs, cholesterol drugs, and mood-altering drugs.
Kong notes that a soldier on the battlefield can't be dependent on prescription drugs, because he may not get the chance to take them on time or at all. And the drugs may alter his reaction time, perception, and his sense of responsibility. Do you want to fight next to somebody who may be spaced–out, when he is supposed to be protecting your backside (ass)? Not no! But, hell no!
Moreover, Freakley says that many young people disqualify themselves from serving because of their conduct in school. The Army apparently isn't interested in discipline problems, Kong notes, probably because the soldiers who cause trouble in school are probably the same soldiers who rape and rob in their spare time while serving in the Army.
It's a sad thing for our country, and not a good harbinger for the future, when this many young people are either discipline problems or are in such poor health, they are a liability.
"The Killing Mechanism" will take care of them!
Folks! We're gonna get back common sense, decency, well–mannered teens and children...and, oh yes, honesty in business, especially if any banks are left. But...what a price we all have to pay, soon.
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