DOD STAFF — http://www.defense.gov/bios/
Defense Equal Opportunity Management Institute : https://www.deomi.org/
DEOMI (Defense Equal Opportunity Management Institute) — opened in 1971 as the Defense Race Relations Institute in response to the civil rights movement of the 1960’s. The institute has grown and expanded over the years and now offers Equal Opportunity/Equal Employment Opportunity education and training for military active duty and reservists as well as civilians in both resident and non-resident courses.
A DEOMI training guide used by the Air Force lists the SPLC as a resource for information on hate groups and references the group several times. student guide found here
Defense of Culture : http://www.defenseculture.org/Home/index.cfm
3C(Defense of Culture) —Navigating cultural differences can present operational, strategic, and tactical challenges to our forces. Furthermore, these differences can offer new possibilities, if creatively applied.
Effective leaders and operators must be able to adapt across these cultural lines and differences daily. Those with the necessary 3C knowledge and skills will rise through the ranks and achieve operational success, in most cases. They can also promote better cohesion, satisfaction, motivation, and a sense of fairness and commitment within their own teams and units.
EEO(Equal Employment Officer) : http://www.law.cornell.edu/cfr/text/24/7.11
Important Note: The documents show an unknown number of equal opportunity officers were trained at Fort Jackson, SC, using information obtained from the SPLC. Do a comparison between the SPLC’s hate list and the DOD Terrorist List. The SPLC is behind this operation. In addition to the slide presentation, the Reserve unit was also shown a video provided by the SPLC and Teaching Tolerance. The trainer told her superior officers she showed the video because it was part of the “EO Advisor course curriculum.”
Months ago, I was looking through various papers on individuals involved with, laying-out plans on who is a terrorist, and how to deal with them, within the DOD. I had recognized that the papers were laid out by a Jewish individual (dual citizenship), and a Columbia University student (I won’t mention their names). I recognized that their are connections within the DOD, the SPLC and other special interest groups, which has influenced the contemporary mess we have today.
It is essential that we realize the ‘gravity’ of this situation! THE SPLC, nor any other special interest group, should not be dictating, educating, or motivating integrity, conduct, or morals within the DOD, or any other military institution. These private institutions are politically, economically, racially, culturally and socially motivated by their own interest. This is a game of playing with the DOD and the Security of our Country, in order to practice multi-cultural/sexual theories. Also notice: In each of these groups, there are no protective groups for heterosexual, or white male interests.
The DOD serves the interest of the people, not the political interests of special interest. This will have serious implications on our military and America’s future, if this is not stopped. We cannot afford to be playing liberal theories, when the world is on high-alert. The DOD cannot serve the interest of America, if it continues to lose the credibility of the American people. The only interest the DOD should have is protecting Americans first, not private political movements.
December 12, 2013 Washington DC — A Department of Defense teaching guide meant to fight extremism advises students that rather than “dressing in sheets” modern-day radicals “will talk of individual liberties, states’ rights, and how to make the world a better place,” and describes 18th-century American patriots seeking freedom from the British as belonging to “extremist ideologies.”
The guide comes from documents obtained by Judicial Watch and is authored by the Defense Equal Opportunity Management Institute, a DoD-funded diversity training center.
Under a section titled “extremist ideologies,” the document states, “In U.S. history, there are many examples of extremist ideologies and movements. The colonists who sought to free themselves from British rule and the Confederate states who sought to secede from the Northern states are just two examples.”
Besides a brief reference to 9/11 and another to the Sudanese civil war, the guide makes no mention of Islamic extremism.
The guide also repeatedly tells readers to use the Southern Poverty Law Center as a resource in identifying hate groups. The SPLC has previously come under fire for its leftist bias and tendency to identify conservative organizations such as the American Family Association as hate groups.
In August 2012, an attempted terrorist attack occurred at the Family Research Council, another conservative organization the SPLC has branded a hate group. FRC president Tony Perkins said the SPLC’s designation prompted the attack, stating the gunman “was given a license to shoot … by organizations like the Southern Poverty Law Center.”
In a statement, Judicial Watch president Tom Fitton slammed the Department of Defense documents for what he described as their bias against conservatives.
“The Obama administration has a nasty habit of equating basic conservative values with terrorism. And now, in a document full of claptrap, its Defense Department suggests that the Founding Fathers, and many conservative Americans, would not be welcome in today’s military,” said Fitton. ”And it is striking that some the language in this new document echoes the IRS targeting language of conservative and Tea Party investigations. After reviewing this document, one can’t help but worry for the future and morale of our nation’s armed forces.”