STARRS Announces ‘Orbit Shot’ to Inform Public About Purpose
Upcoming ‘Orbit Shot’ on Veteran’s Day, November 11, 2021
COLORADO SPRINGS, CO - 11/04/2021 -- Stand Together Against Racism and Radicalism in the Services -- plans their first meeting to inform the public about the purpose and ways to support this new non-profit applying for IRS approval 501(c)3.
The event will be held at Jack Quinn’s Irish Pub & Restaurant, Nov 11, 2021 from 3 p.m.-5 p.m. FREE hors d’oeuvres.
Location: 21 S Tejon St., Colorado Springs, CO 80903
A presentation and question and answer session will be conducted by Rod Bishop, Lt Gen, USAF (Ret), STARRS Board of Directors Chairman and President.
The genesis of STARRS, Inc. began when a small group of interested individuals viewed a three-minute United States Air Force Academy (USAFA) football team coaches’ video promoting Black Lives Matter (BLM). “The video was naïve and an unintended endorsement of a Marxist political organization, Black Lives Matter, and we discovered the invasion of this poisonous neo-Marxist ideology was occurring across the Services,” said Rod Bishop, Lt Gen, USAF (Ret), STARRS Board of Directors Chairman and President.
Because of these developments, the group of founders decided to create –STARRS to educate on the perils of Critical Race Theory (CRT). “STARRS recognizes that America is battling an enemy that has infiltrated our military and our service academies,” said Bishop. “As former service members and American patriots, our oath to defend the Constitution has no expiration date—that’s why we’re leading the fight to eradicate racism and radicalism from our armed forces.”
STARRS is now working with the military armed services. “We are addressing issues to promote unity, not division,” according to Bishop. “STARRS seeks to educate military leaders, the men and women that serve, and the American people of the dangers of the cojoined, anti-American ideology of neo-Marxism and Critical Race Theory.”
Overall, the founders intend STARRS to become a dynamic and influential force to promote balance, unity, and adherence to the U.S. Constitution and to prevent the politicization of the service academies and the Department of Defense. “We envision service academies and armed forces that shall always faithfully serve the American people while remaining apolitical, colorblind and unified,” Bishop said.
The event is open to the public and news media.
Learn more about STARRS: Established in Spring 2021, STARRS, a 501(3)c pending IRS approval, provides an educational resource on racism and radicalism in the military services as well as the importance of defending the Declaration of Independence and U.S. Constitution. Contact and learn more about STARRS and how you can help oppose racism and radicalism in the services at https://www.starrs.us.
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