Secretary of State Antony Blinken sends out memo to staff urging them not to use gendered language, and it's clear to see we are not a serious country anymore
· Feb 24, 2024 ·

Yo, we got a war going on in the Middle East, another one still kicking in Ukraine, and this guy's over here focusing on gendered language.

Not joking, Secretary of State Anthony Blinken really sent out a memo to his staff telling them to refrain from using gendered language such as mother, father, husband, and wife. Instead, the memo suggested replacing the terms with words like parent, spouse, or partner.

This is what we're focusing on in 2024.

The adults are back in charge, folks!

The memo, entitled "Modeling DEIA: Gender Identity Best Practices," is just more of the same from the DEI Left.

Blinken encouraged his colleagues at the State Department to use "gender-neutral language whenever possible" to "show respect and avoid misunderstandings." He also suggested that employees identify their preferred pronouns in emails and when introducing themselves in meetings …

"Commonly used pronouns could include she/her, he/him, they/them, and ze/zir," the secretary of state explains, noting that in some cases people use a variety of pronouns or accept all pronouns.

We're a joke, dude.

A full-on joke.

We've got a geriatric crash test dummy for a president, a world-class word salad chef as vice president, and now we've got our secretary of defense, amid two large-scale wars which could erupt into global conflicts at any moment, calling on his staff to change the way they speak in order to appease the alphabet cult.

Bro, they thought the previous administration was bonkers, but man, we're the laughingstock of the world right now.

More from the memo:

Commonly used terms such as "manpower," "you guys," "ladies and gentlemen," "mother/father," "son/daughter" and "husband/wife" should be avoided, according to the State Department chief, and replaced with words like, "labor force," "everyone," "folks," "you all," "parent," "child," "spouse" or partner" instead.

"When speaking, avoid using phrases like ‘brave men and women on the front lines,'" the memo continues, suggesting the "use more specific language such as ‘brave first responders,' ‘brave soldiers,' or ‘brave DS agents.'"

Our secretary of state sounds like a kindergarten teacher.

Talk how you want to talk, LADIES and GENTLEMEN, and mock these people into oblivion when they tell you you're wrong for it.

Can't wait until 2025 when we actually have a functioning government — one that isn't focused on encouraging mental disorders and pandering to sissies.

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