The Russians won: the British ridiculed the advertising of the American army

Readers of the British newspaper Daily Mail criticized the “ultra-politically correct” advertising video of the American army.

The publication published an animated mini-film of the US Army, which tells the stories of five soldiers. A lesbian couple raised one of the characters in the video, the commander of the missile defense squad, Corporal Emma Malonlord. The servicewoman also attends a gay pride parade and says that she has been fighting for freedom since she was young.

British readers saw in this video signs of the “decline of the United States”. Some recalled Russia and China, which the United States considers one of the main security threats.

“Russia and China, meanwhile, are only getting stronger and laughing at ridiculous America,” Bjerg wrote.

“Well, the Russians won. And China, too!” – commented lostandgoneforever.

“We need real people who want to serve the country with honor and dignity, not these progressive whiners,” DAYZEE wrote. 31

User Jules467, in turn, said that focusing on individuality in the armed forces is unacceptable.

“The army is not about that at all. You serve your country, not your personal interests,” the reader explained. Lesley Lesley agreed with him — in his opinion, discipline is important in the army.

“I’m ashamed for once. This is the sunset of the US,” wrote Sean Murphy123. It was supported by MAGAnomics.

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Author: Steve Cowan
Graduated From Princeton University. He has been at the Free Press since October 2014. Previously worked as a regional entertainment editor.
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