Anyone who did not want to undergo gene therapy with experimental mRNA injections had to leave the US military. But due to lack of suitable cannon fodder, soldiers dismissed from service are now pleading to return to the army. Of course with “corrections” of the official files – as if nothing had happened…
The Pentagon has a huge recruiting problem. Increasingly obese and drug-addicted youth are no longer suitable for active service with weapons, so supplies are in short supply. At the same time, soldiers are leaving again and again due to age, medical reasons or expiry of service period. And then many members of the armed forces had to resign from the service because they did not want to undergo experimental gene therapy against Covid-19.
However, the high command of the US military is now trying to reverse the latter by any means – in the hope that it will somehow be able to replenish the ranks. In a pleading letter – according to a report – the General Staff offers to “correct” the military files of soldiers who were “involuntarily separated” due to their refusal to get a Covid vaccination so that they can return to active service. Can come. And this was after years of being treated like lepers.
Given that the US military is now… With 452,000 active troops, the smallest number since 1940 It becomes clear why frustration is growing. There were still 485,000 troops on active duty in 2021. And it is expected that the numbers will continue to decline unless there is a fundamental change. Given the increasing number of global problem spots, this is something that those in charge at the Pentagon do not like at all. But it is doubtful whether those who were kicked out of the military for refusing gene therapy would still be interested in returning to active service.