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captloadie said:I don't think that the restriction is meant to keep individuals from joining LEGAL organizations, regardless of what that organization holds as its values. The orders being given are that you are not to be identified as CAF member when doing so. So, if I want to join PETA, Greenpeace, the CPC, or the Arian Brotherhood, I must ensure that I don't identify as a CAF member, which means I don't show up to meetings/events, etc. sporting my uniform, ship's ballcap, DND parking pass, etc. Any mail goes to my off base address, and my social media accounts don't have any identifiers (pics, groups, links, etc.) to the CAF.
The bigger issue is whether an individual can truly integrate the CAF values with their own personal beliefs.
The bigger issue is people have proven they can't hence why the directive came out. I feel you are making an assumption, unless you can correct me with a link to facts, because As for the aryan brotherhood annallogy, they are not considered a legal friendly group one can join to talkabout knitting white doilies. They are a White Supremacist Prison Gang, and I feel they would fall under the term "Radical".