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A new use for the colorblindness test

2009/06/10

So here’s the test as put forth by the Russian army (the cyrillic is a clue, yeah?) to determine if a new recruit might have some psychiatric issue:colorblindness

And here’s the analysis:

Can’t see circle 1: High agression, proneness to conflict, the recommendation is to add more physical excercise and cold showers.

Can’t see circle 2: Possible low than average intellectual abilities, can’t serve with sophisticated equipment.

Can’t see circle 3: Possible debauchery, soldier should get increased daily ration, should get more physical activity tasks, should not be connected to food supplies, etc.

Can’t see circle 4: Possible inclination to violence, can be assigend as a leader to his unit, as he can preserve discipline.

Can’t see circle 5: Possible latent homosexuality. Can be light uncontrolled accesses of attraction to the same sex.

Can’t see circle 6: Possible schizophreanic tendency. Required additional inspection.

via homecoming. I am not sure that I believe it. It looks dead on like the test for color blindness. And it’s really quite disturbing that inclination to violence == leadership position.

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