Why would a racially European person who is in their right mind decide to join the British military?

Why would anyone knowingly militarily serve a nation (that is, even when the conflicts are just, which they almost never are) inherently opposed to the following? 1) Maximum protection against internal threats (lack of political or cultural safeguards against subversives, lack of proper and rigid national... show more Why would anyone knowingly militarily serve a nation (that is, even when the conflicts are just, which they almost never are) inherently opposed to the following?

1) Maximum protection against internal threats (lack of political or cultural safeguards against subversives, lack of proper and rigid national (including racial) definition, etc)
2) Maximum protection against external threats (Islam and all of its destructive and deadly effects, South Asian child rape gangs, belligerent African activity, hostile espionage, alien tribe subversion (How long before a 2009 Fort Hood Shooting-like attack?) These aspects are all enabled by racial heterogeneity and continue to be so.
3) Measures against cultural degradation (promotion of tattoos, piercings, uncouth behaviour, immodest dressing, etc, with no relevant regulatory bodies to monitor the situation)
4) Maximum general physical attractiveness (assimilating racially different people, with the exception of Scandinavians, into the national population, without adequate preservation measures, threatens this) The result: Severe reduction of proportion of good-looking people in society. The proportion continues to decline (more rapidly now, with the assimilation of non-European races). This aspect has several serious defensive properties.

If the troops sent to Iraq and Afghanistan who were maimed and killed were aware of these aspects beforehand, they could have been saved.
Update: Dying or becoming an amputee for the corrupt politicians of inherently weak, destructive and unviable civilisations is obviously not worth it.

It is like fighting on behalf of an ice sculpture.
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