Senior officers are threatening to punish anyone caught mocking or making derogatory comments on social media about the £1.6 million ‘This is Belonging’ campaign, especially about ads showing Muslims down on the ground praying to Allah in the middle of the battlefield.
Daily Mail (h/t Ellie) A warning note seen by The Mail on Sunday says that top brass ‘have become aware that serving personnel are not following guidance and have demonstrated negative opinions’ about the series of short films, thought by some current and former soldiers to be too politically correct.
Senior officers are said to be ‘increasingly frustrated by the perceived negative impact that serving personnel are having on this campaign’. The note warns that anyone who snipes at the adverts ‘can be dealt with under disciplinary or administrative action as appropriate’.
Check out the faces of the other soldiers in this Muslim ad:
The adverts, launched earlier this year, feature soldiers displaying their emotions, Muslims praying while on maneuvers and asking: ‘Can I be gay in the Army?’
Some critics of the films have pointed out that a memo designed to restrict free speech about an initiative intended to depict the Army as an inclusive, caring, pussified environment could be seen as ironic. One said: ‘That’s rather contradictory, isn’t it?
Have are 5 of these stupid politically correct ads:
After viewing the ads, you’ll understand why this former SAS soldier is so enraged over this costly left wing inspired ‘sensitivity’ nonsense posing as an Army recruitment campaign.