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Thursday, February 10, 2011

World Net Daily on "Dropping the H-Bomb": Homosexualizing the U.S. Military

For the first time in its history World Net Daily has posted their complete magazine on line. The issue of homosexualizing the military is that important. Among those writing in the issue is a hero of the Vietnam War, Jeremiah Denton, a faithful Catholic, who returned to the U.S. after years in a POW camp. He described the culture shock of finding a country that in a few short years had become almost unrecognizable to him because of the moral collapse. His book, When Hell Was in Session, is a must read for anyone who wants to understand what our POWs experienced in VietNam and why the betrayal by liberals like Jane Fonda was so evil and insidious.  

Check out World Net Daily's on-line magazine and pray that many will read why officers are resigning their commissions rather than participate in the immoral indoctrination of their troops. I'm sure this is deja vu for some veterans. A friend of mine, a Navy Captain, resigned his commission in the 80s when Bill Clinton watered down military discipline with the Don't Ask Don't Tell policy. The new policy further distorts and debases military readiness with a huge social experiment in political correctness.  God help our poor country!


Old Bob said...

Disgusting and creepy - but to be expected in this degenerate age. Is there no limit to what O&Co will do to destroy this nation? No.

Anonymous said...

Who in the world cares what a person's sexual orientation is as long as they are ready to fight? There is supposed to be no sexual fraternization in the armed forces while on deployment at any rate. Why haven't you been up in arms about the number of heterosexual women in the service raped or sexually harassed while serving their country? If a gay man wants to serve alongside a platoon of heterosexual men all armed with guns... let him. And God bless him for being willing to stand up for people like you and me who stay at home.

Mary Ann Kreitzer said...

I have addressed the abuse of women in the military. I've also addressed the abuse of men by homosexual superiors.

There are a lot of reasons to oppose homosexuals in the military. Blood on the battlefield for one. The diseased lifestyle of homosexuals means they carry more blood diseases like AIDS and Hepatitis B. Exposing men who are already facing numerous dangers is irresponsible.

The military depends on unit cohesiveness. Men who are attracted to men living in close quarters, open showers,'s just asking for trouble.

Homosexuals in the military relative to their numbers also commit three times more sex abuse than heterosexuals. Family Research Council's analysis is based on the Pentagon's own numbers for sex abuse.

It's naive to think there are no repurcussions from this. It's a gigantic social experiment.

Anonymous said...

Just because a man is homosexual doesn't mean he's attracted to all men and will make advances to men within the group. And where's your evidence that gay men are full of aids and hep, so much so that it would pose a serious threat to others in the field? Sounds like you're just full of homophobic hype. In the age of information you are full of misinformation.

Mary Ann Kreitzer said...

Here's what the Mayo Clinic says:
"Gay men and men who have sex with men are at increased risk of a number of health issues, including sexually transmitted diseases (STDs), depression and poor body image....Men who have sex with men are at increased risk of contracting HIV, the virus that causes AIDS, as well as other STDs, including gonorrhea and syphilis."

Sound like perfect recruits to you?

You can ignore the facts if you like, but making our men in the field part of a politically correct social experiment is wrong!

And calling me homophobic is an ad hominem attack that is the last resort of a person without an argument.

Anonymous said...

Being at increased risk for a disease does not mean that the gay men in military are spreading the disease. Way to be a bully for Jesus. Thank God for legislative sense and the repeal of DADT.

Anonymous said...

There are no "perfect recruits." Heterosexual members of the military are more likely to commit acts of domestic violence against family members and are also more prone to depression and anxiety than their non-serving peers. And I have treated plenty of heterosexual men with STDs as a nurse. The military needs to do a good job of stressing what appropriate sexual behavior is, regardless of sexual orientation. There have been gays serving in the military forever - one of the men on my grandpa's B-17 crew during WW@ recognized his "lifelong partner" in his obituary. The only difference now is that people might know that they are gay. I really don't think that the military lifestyle is going to appeal to many more gay men and women now than it did before.

Mary Ann Kreitzer said...

Isn't name-calling part of being a bully?

And isn't it interesting that heterosexual men who engage in immoral sexual conduct are drummed out of Congress while homosexuals like Barney Frank who allowed a gay prostitution ring to operate from his townhouse is still holding his seat?

Some populations are apparently more equal than others in our politically correct age. And that too will bring major problems in the military when recruits are afraid to bring charges of sexual harrassment against gay bosses for fear of being labeled "homphobic."

"Jamming" is a gay strategy that has been picked up by homosexualists helping advance the agenda. Your name-calling is a perfect example. When I express my opinions I don't hide behind "Anonymous" while I lob grenades at others. But then I'm used to being personally attacked by those who disagree with my opinions. I think it says more about them than it does about me.