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News; Posted on: 2006-03-06 13:07:04
So called "hate tattoos" offer hope to young Whites who face impending military draft
Times have changed, and the Navy is no longer on board with body art since a few years ago when it put new restrictions on the statements that sailors and enlistees may make with their tattoos. No tattoos that relate to "hate group membership" are allowed.
Cmdr. Glen Kaemmerer, who oversees national enlisted programs for the U.S. Navy Recruiting Command outside of Memphis said they began reviewing tattoos in 2004. Enlistees have to explain the who, what, where, when, why and how of their body art while recruiters check reference books and Internet sources probing for connections to "hate."
A "hate" tattoo would include the number "14," which represents the phrase "14 words," the number of words in the statement: "We must secure the existence of our people and a future for white children." Recruiters consider this statement to be "White supremacist hate."
U.S. Army policy does not allow "hate tattoos" on any part of the body. Tattoos suspected of being "hate"-related require review and approval from Headquarters United States Army Recruiting Command. Photos must be submitted unless they are in a private area.
These "extremist and racist" tattoos are prohibited regardless of the location on the body. Extremist tattoos, as defined by the Army, are those depicting or symbolizing extremist philosophies; those which advocate racial, gender or ethnic intolerance; those that advocate, create or engage in discrimination based on race, color, gender, ethnicity, religion or national origin; or those that advocate White revolution.
Even "sexist" tattoos will result in you not being accepted as a recruit -- defined as those that advocate a philosophy that demeans a person based on gender.
The interpretation of U.S. Army tattoo policy resides with the commander of the organization, who is required to "seek guidance from the Equal Opportunity Adviser."
I hate it when they say, "He gave his life for his country." Nobody gives their life for anything. We steal the lives of these kids. We take it away from them. They don't die for the honor and glory of their country. We kill them."-- Admiral Gene LaRocque