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AFOSI holds Political Commissar conference

Not good when it’s now OSI drinking the political commissar kool-aid–if the Marxist direction of this country goes full-blown.

Highlights, to spare you from the political word salad worthy of a 5-Year Plan description in Soviet Pravda:

OSI’s D+I roundtable bolsters strength through collaboration (Air Force OSI Public Affairs, 12 SEP 23)

—The Office of Special Investigations hosted their Diversity + Inclusion Council for a transformative four-day roundtable in Quantico, Virginia, focusing on advancing diversity, equity, inclusion, and accessibility (DEIA) within the organization, from Aug. 7-10. . . .

—Twenty council representatives, including partners from the Department of Defense Cyber Crime Center (DC3), met to take back tools to raise awareness and develop actionable plans to advance DEIA priorities. . . .

—“Bringing the D+I Council together to collaborate in-person permitted us the opportunity to not only brainstorm ways to increase DEIA and also recognize the value to talent recruitment, retention, and mission performance,” Dixon said, adding that equipping the council with additional tools to use within their respective locations was one of her biggest goals. . .

—The event featured key topics such as the Department of the Air Force’s perspectives on D&I issues, top leadership presentations, OSI recruitment strategies and OSI’s own DEIA-related challenges and initiatives. Emotional intelligence, neurodiversity, and religious accommodations were also discussed to include a bias awareness workshop that was delivered to replicate across the organization. . . .

—The insights during the roundtable aren’t just theoretical—they’re being put into action. “I’ve been sharing the eye-opening stories of Col. Bumgarner, Col. Lunardi, and Ms. Mundt with my colleagues to illustrate how seriously our leadership considers DEIA,” Gustafson said. . . .

—“When OSI’s top leaders engage in DEIA discussions, it sends a message throughout the agency that we’re committed to diversity and inclusion,” Lunardi said. . . .

—“Our focus on DEIA isn’t just the right thing to do, it’s a strategic imperative to OSI’s readiness because a diverse, equitable, inclusive, and accessible OSI… is a stronger OSI.” . . .

—To maintain the momentum, Gustafson also proposed holding quarterly D+I briefs for 5th Field Investigations Region leadership. . .

—Data from OSI’s Nov. 2021 climate assessment revealed that 79% of respondents feel OSI is an inclusive organization. “We’re focused on understanding why the remaining 21% do not share that sentiment,” Gustafson said. The D+I Council plans to delve deeper into exit surveys and employ other methods for better comprehension. . . .

—By year-end, each OSI D+I Council Representative is expected to hold an “Increasing Bias Awareness” workshop. . . ..


Read more about Marxist Political Commissars:

White House Executive Order Installs Political Commissars Throughout Government

…..The creation of a dual chain of military and political command throughout the armed forces, paralleling the military hierarchy from battalion to the Ministry of Defense, was established by appointing a political “deputy” commander for each military commander. These “commissars,” as they were first called, exercised specific official and unofficial control functions over their military command counterparts. The political officers also served to further Party interests with the masses of drafted soldiery of the USSR by indoctrination in Marxist-Leninism.

This political control system was not benign; the indoctrination, kritika/samokritika, and artificial tension used as part of the Party activities caused friction at best, and outright paranoia at worst, among the military professionals. Indoctrination dulled the critical thinking processes. Repetition of the Party jargon, and in the absence of other information, the Marxist-Leninist formulas became the only framework for evaluating reality.


Source Information Report:
. . . An elaborate network of informers and bureaus exists in the Soviet Army for disciplining Soviet Amy personnel who break the rules and regulations of the Communist Party. Political officers and their assistants act as informers. They report to the Regimental Party Bureau all anti-Soviet acts. The Regimental Party Bureau reviews the facts of a case and forwards its recommendations for disciplinary action to the Division Party Commission which makes the final decisions. . . .

. . . Soviet Army officers and Enlisted Men abhor political indoctrination lectures and constantly try to be doing some important work at the time of lectures which will suffice as an excuse for not attending. However, strict disciplinary action, even imprisonment, may follow a continued absence from political indoctrination courses. Soviet officers and Enlisted Men take only the minimum interest necessary, in political indoctrination work to keep from being reprimanded. . . .

Re Soviet broadcasts: “The propaganda is boring to all.”

Re indoctrination training: “They are extremely boring, and are immediately dismissed from any conversation among the men.”


The Political Officer (Zampolit) in the Soviet Army

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