An outrageous slideshow, obtained by conservative watchdog group, Judicial Watch, has many veterans claiming political correctness has gone too far.

In response to a Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) requested by Judicial Watch, the slideshow reveals the Department of the Army used a controversial slide show to indoctrinate soldiers on the dangers of “white privilege”.

Judicial Watch was initially alerted to the controversial briefing when a photo leaked one of the slides in a digital publication of Stars and Stripes.

In April 2015, 400 soldiers in the 67th Signal Battalion at Fort Gordon, Georgia attended the so-called “Equal Opportunity” briefing.

It contained controversial language such as, “Race privilege gives whites little reason to pay a lot of attention to African Americans or how white privilege affects them,” and, “To be white in American means not having to think about it.”

But according to Army spokeswoman Capt. Lindsay Roman, the entire event was a misfortune.

Roman claims the presentation was not only unauthorized but also deviated from the standard slideshow used in the briefing.

“The unit (Equal Opportunity) instructor deviated from the authorized topic and content which was provided,” Roman said in Stars and Stripes.

Roman continued to reaffirm the Army’s commitment to offering soldiers equal opportunity.

“The Army reflects the diversity of American society,” Roman said. “We are all members of one team.”

Despite Roman’s best effort at PR control, the leaked slideshow sparked outrage within the Army community on social media.

Stars and Stripes reported that once the leak slide made it to Facebook, it incited a wave of comments accusing the Army of political correctness.

The Army isn’t the first to introduce “white privilege” indoctrination.

“White privilege” themed textbooks teaching the agenda of Black Lives Matter protestors are being introduced in schools.

Virtually every major public and many private colleges have special departments to warn students about the dangers of “white privilege”.

One affluent university official even suggested all white men should be murdered.

That could be why some brainwashed leftists support a “white privilege tax.

But these examples above don’t involve pitting different groups of races against each other knowing they’ll be in situations where they’ll have to rely on their fellow soldier for support.

Fortunately, the Army will no longer be using this divisive slideshow.

“To prevent further instances, all unit instructors will receive additional training on the importance of following Army EO training requirements,” Army spokeswoman Capt. Lindsay Roman concluded.

Thanks to Judicial Watch, the entire slideshow was obtained for the public to view.

Below includes parts of the controversial presentation labeled “Power and Privilege,” as obtained by Judicial Watch:

Privilege has become one of those loaded words we need to reclaim so that we can use it to name and illuminate the truth

Race privilege gives whites little reason to pay a lot of attention to African Americans or to how white privilege affects them. “To be white in American [sic] means not having to think about it” [Quotation not attributed]

Our society attaches privilege to being white and male and heterosexual regardless of your social class.

Imagine a school or a workplace where all kinds of people feel comfortable showing up. [sic] valued, accepted, supported, appreciated, respected, belonging. [sic] Something very powerful keeps this from us.

The truth of this powerful forces [sic] is everywhere, but we don’t know how to talk about it and so we act as though it doesn’t exist

The trouble we’re in privileges [sic] some groups at the expense of others.

It creates a yawning divide in levels of income, wealth, dignity, safety, health and quality of life.

It promotes fear, suspicion, discrimination, harassment, and violence.

Consider the “black woman” in Africa who has not experienced white racism and does not identify herself as a “black woman”.  African, a woman, but not black.

She only became “black” when she came to the U.S. where privilege is organized according to race, where she is assigned to a social category that bears that name and she is treated differently as a result. [Emphasis added]

The trouble we’re in can’t be solved unless the “privileged” make the problem of privilege their problem and do something about it.

The fact that it’s so easy for me and other people in dominant groups not to do this is the single most powerful barrier to change.