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  1. 1. whistleblowerVolume 20, No.2 February 2011 $ 7.50CREDIBLE. INDEPENDENT. FEARLESS. A MONTHLY PUBLICATION OF WORLDNETDAILY.COM DROPPING THE ‘H’ BOMB - As Obama and Congress force open homosexuality on America’s military, soldiers are fighting back
  2. 2. ON THE COVER: U.S. Marines patrol an area of Garmsir in the Helmand province in Afghanistan on May 4, 2008. The Marines are assigned to Alpha Company, 1st Battalion, 6th Marine Regiment,contents 24th Marine Expeditionary Unit, International Security Assistance Force. DoD photo by Cpl. Alex C. Guerra, U.S. Marine Corps. (Released) whistleblower 20 UNLEASHING CONTAGION Whistleblower ON OUR ARMED FORCES is published monthly by WorldNetDaily.com, Inc. Medal-of-Honor recipient explains devastating impact of ‘quad-sexual’ military P.O. Box 1627 Medford, OR 97501 By Maj. Gen. Pat Brady Copyright 2010, WorldNetDaily.com, Inc. 24 THE HIGH LEVEL OF HOMOSEXUAL Customer Service3 THE HEADLINES ARE WRONG: ASSAULT IN THE MILITARY 1-800-496-3266 541-474-1776 ‘DON’T ASK, DON’T TELL’ ‘Gays’ 3 times more likely than ‘straights’ FAX: 541-474-1770 HAS NOT BEEN REPEALED to sexually prey on fellow servicemembers www.wnd.com By Cliff Kincaid By Peter Sprigg Annual subscriptions are $49.954 TOTAL MEDIA CONFUSION ON 36 ‘GAY’ GROUPS WANT QUICK To order, call toll-free 1-800-4WNDCOM ‘GAYS IN THE MILITARY’ IMPLEMENTATION BEFORE (1-800-496-3266) By Art Moore REALITY STRIKES Publisher Expert: ‘It’s like Pelosi saying we have to pass Joseph Farah6 ATTACK ON AMERICA’S MILITARY this bill so people can find out whats in it’ Editor The 112th Congress can and must By Brian Fitzpatrick David Kupelian deactivate the bomb dropped by the 111th Editor at Large By David Kupelian 38 SAVING SOLDIERS FROM GAY DEATH Bob Just Allowing open homosexuals in the military News Editors7 VOICES FROM THE FRONT LINES will lead to AIDS-tainted blood Ron Strom, By Cliff Kincaid Art Moore, Joe Kovacs,8 OFFICER REFUSES Drew Zahn, TO INDOCTRINATE SOLDIERS 40 FDA URGED TO LET HOMOSEXUALS Jay Baggett, ‘I love my job, but I can’t do this job DONATE BLOOD Bob Unruh and Felicia Dionisio once they begin to implement this policy’ Current public-health policy excludes By Brian Fitzpatrick ‘men who have sex with men’ In This Issue Cliff Kincaid, By Chelsea Schilling Art Moore,12 LETTER FROM THE PUBLISHER David Kupelian, 42 JUST BECAUSE WE LOST Brian Fitzpatrick, George Washington on sodomy in the military Joseph Farah, By Joseph Farah DOESN’T MEAN WE LOST Bob Unruh, By Judson Phillips Maj. Gen. Pat Brady, Peter Sprigg,16 MILITARY HEROES WARN AMERICA Chelsea Schilling, Nation will ‘suffer the consequences’ 44 THE BIG MISTAKE Judson Phillips and Identifying the ultimate danger Star Parker for abandoning morality and discipline By Bob Unruh to national security Circulation Director By Star Parker Janet Falkenstein Design & Production 47 READER FEEDBACK Linda DalyWhistleblower (ISSN 1539-7440; USPS Number 020-468). February 2011 • Volume 20, No. 2 • Whistleblower is published monthly by WorldNetDaily.com, Inc.,543 NE ‘E’ St., Suite 204, Grants Pass, OR 97526, USA. Joseph Farah, Publisher and Chief Executive Officer. Subscription Prices: USA $49.95 for one year, $84.95 fortwo years. Canada: $60.00 for one year, $110.00 for two years. International orders: $75.00 for one year, $140.00 for two years. Copyright 2010, WorldNetDaily.com,Inc. All rights reserved. Periodical postage paid at Grants Pass, OR and at additional mailing offices. POSTMASTER: Please send address changes to WorldNetDaily.com,Inc, P.O. Box 1627 Medford, OR 97501. For service related to your subscription (renewals, address changes, account status, etc.) access worldnetdaily.crmdesk.com. TM2 whistleblower February 2011
  3. 3. THE HEADLINES ARE WRONG: ‘DON’T ASK, DON’T TELL’ HAS NOT BEEN REPEALED By Cliff Kincaid Copyright 2010 Accuracy in MediaTHE headlines said that the Pentagon’s homo-sexual exclusion policy had been repealed. The “procedural steps” that are part of the bill give the new conservative-controlled House an opportunity to derail “‘Don’t ask, don’t tell’ is repealed by Senate; bill awaits the repeal policy.Obama’s signing,” was the headline over the front page article In terms of recruiting, Elaine Donnelly of the Centerin the Washington Post by Ed O’Keefe. But the article for Military Readiness points out that the Pentagon surveywent on to note, in the 22nd paragraph, that top military of the troops found that if open homosexuals were admitted,leaders must find or certify that changes to the current 32 percent of Marines said they would leave the servicepolicy “must not affect troop readiness, cohesion or military sooner than planned, and 16.2 percent would consider anrecruitment and retention.” early end to their careers. Among Army combat arms per- How is this possible when Marine Commandant Gen. sonnel, 21.4 percent would leave sooner than planned, andJim Amos has already said that the changes would cost lives? 14.6 percent would think about leaving. Calling repeal a major distraction, Amos said, “I don’t These losses “could put remaining troops in greaterwant to lose any Marines to the distraction. I don’t want to danger, and break the All-Volunteer Force,” Donnellyhave any Marines that I’m visiting at Bethesda [National points out.Naval Medical Center, in Maryland] with no legs be the So will Congress approve the changes, knowing thatresult of any type of distraction.” they could result in the return of the military draft? The Post went on, “Even after the finding, lawmakers will As the Times indicates, the specific language of the billbe able to hold hearings for two months to review the Penta- is that the repeal must be “consistent with the standards ofgon’s policies and procedures for accepting openly gay troops, military readiness, military effectiveness, unit cohesion, andaccording to congressional aides familiar with the matter.” recruiting and retention of the Armed Forces.” This leaves open the door for Rep. Buck McKeon, R- The burden is on the “gay rights” lobby to prove thatCalif., the new chairman of the House Armed Services the changes would have no negative effect on any of theCommittee, to hold hearings. McKeon opposes repeal and above. How can they prove such a thing when the Pentagonpraised Amos for his comments. has already concluded that the change is risky and faces op- McKeon had told reporters that he wanted to hold hear- position from as many as 60 percent of our combat troops?ings that would include rank-and-file service members alongwith military leaders. “I would really like to hear from bat- Cliff Kincaid is a veteran journalist,tlefield commanders,” McKeon said. “I would like to hear media critic and director of the AIMfrom battalion commanders, I would like to hear from com- Center for Investigative Journalism. Hepany commanders on the front lines in Afghanistan and Iraq can be reached at cliff.kincaid@aim.org.to see what their feelings are.” The New York Times story on the “repeal” simplynoted, “The repeal will not take effect for at least 60 dayswhile some other procedural steps are taken. In addition, thebill requires the defense secretary to determine that policiesare in place to carry out the repeal ‘consistent with militarystandards for readiness, effectiveness, unit cohesion, andrecruiting and retention.’” February 2011 whistleblower 3
  4. 4. TOTAL MEDIA CONFUSION ON ‘GAYS IN THE MILITARY’ By Art Moore Copyright 2011 WorldNetDaily.com Inc. CONTRARY to almost universal media misreporting, “Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell” has never As a presidential candidate in 1992, Clinton seized on the issue, citing the murder of homosexual Navy been a law. petty officer Allen R. Schindler Jr. Clinton promised to Rather, the law regarding “gays” and the military that ensure that all Americans, “regardless of sexual orien- was passed in 1993 by a Democratic Party-controlled tation,” would be allowed to serve in the military. When Congress legally enshrined the armed forces’ practice he entered the Oval Office in 1993, however, he faced since the Revolutionary War of banning homosexuality, opposition from Congress, led at the time by his own based on the principle that it is “incompatible with Democratic Party. Congress outmaneuvered him, military service.” That bill was passed in both houses rushing into legislation the bill that would make the after 12 legislative hearings and field trips. Department of Defense ban the law of the land. “Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell,” on the other hand, is a pol- When Clinton tried to insert “Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell” icy directive issued by President Bill Clinton, after the into the law, Congress members recognized an in- law was passed, which restricts the military from ask- herent inconsistency that would render the policy un- ing applicants whether they are homosexual and does workable and indefensible in court. not disqualify anyone from service unless they “mani- According to Elaine Donnelly, founder and presi- fest homosexual conduct.” dent of the Center for Military Readiness, the Congress While the 1993 bill was being debated, Clinton of Clinton’s day reasoned: “If homosexuality is not a tried to insert his “Don’t Ask” policy into the measure, disqualifying characteristic, how could the armed but Congress rejected that and passed the explicit ban forces justify dismissal of a person who merely reveals on homosexuality with a bipartisan, veto-proof majority the presence of such a characteristic? Instead of ap- in both chambers. That law codified the two-centuries- proving such a legally questionable concept, Congress old practice of the military. During World War II, the chose to codify Department of Defense regulations Defense Department adopted a regulation banning that were in place long before Bill Clinton took office.” homosexuality in conjunction with psychiatry’s classi- Thus, while the “mainstream media” almost univer- fication of homosexuality as a psychopathology. In sally misreport that the lame-duck Senate just repealed 1982, despite growth of the gay-rights movement, the a 17-year old law, in reality it dismantled centuries of Department of Defense issued a policy declaring that military law, tradition, discipline and culture that have “homosexuality is incompatible with military service be- made America’s military the greatest in history. cause it undermines discipline, good order and morale.” Art Moore is a news editor for WorldNetDaily and Whistleblower.4 whistleblower February 2011
  5. 5. DAVID KUPELIAN Author of The Marketing of Evil HOW EVIL WORKS DAVID KUPELIAN’S new blockbuster How Evil Works – subtitled Understanding and Overcoming the Destructive Forces That Are Transforming America – was introduced to the nation recently by Sean Hannity, who called the book “terrific” and “powerful.” In How Evil Works, the best-selling author of The Marketing of Evil probes the ancient “Despite the human race’s question of evil through a modern journalist’s extraordinary capacity for eye, once again demonstrating his uncanny invention and progress, we knack for demystifying com- clearly have a millennia-old plex, elusive and intimidating blind spot in one all-important area. We don’t understand subjects with fresh insights evil – what it is, how it works, into the hidden mechanisms of and why it so routinely and seduction, corruption and effortlessly ruins our lives. power politics. Diving into Put another way, we don’t today’s most electrifying news understand ourselves.” stories – from terrorism and—David Kupelian, from How Evil Works school shootings to high-pro- file sex scandals and political February dysfunction – Kupelian sheds Special! light on the most vexing ques- 35% off tions of our era. Order your copy of “How Evil Works” by David Kupelian – autographed – at the WND Superstore. Discount Price $16.99 plus $5.00 shipping. To order, call toll-free 1-800-4WND-COM (1-800-496-3266), or go to Superstore.WND.com or mail your order and payment to: WorldNetDaily.com, P Box 1627, Medford, OR 97501 .O.
  6. 6. ATTACK ON AMERICA’SThe 112th Congress must deactivate the bombBy David Kupelian Copyright 2011 WorldNetDaily.com Inc.REPEALING the centuries-old policy sexuality is allowed, and some military analysts say the num-of excluding homosexuals from military service, as the out- ber leaving could well be double that, thereby endangeringgoing 111th Congress did recently, will result in the slow the viability of America’s all-voluntary military.degradation and demoralization of the greatest military inworld history. If you doubt that, read this entire issue of • The heads of the Army, Air Force and Marine Corps testifiedWhistleblower and then let me know what you think. that it would be dangerous for the lame-duck Senate to rush Democratic congressional leaders, after repeatedly prom- into repealing “Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell” just so Barack Obamaising voters before November’s election they wouldn’t attempt can make good on a campaign promise he made to his LGBTto cram any more contentious leftist legislation down Amer- constituency. In fact, Marine Corps Commandant Gen.icans’ throats during the subsequent lame-duck session, showed James Amos testified that a majority of combat Marines op-once again what conscienceless liars they truly are. pose permitting open homosexuality in their ranks, that re- Overwhelmingly repudiated in a historic landslide election, pealing current policy “would absolutely have an impact onthey could harbor no illusions about the will of the people, combat units” and that “the potential exists for disruption ofwhich could be summarized as follows: Stop forcing your jobs- the successful execution of our current combat mission shouldkilling, wealth-killing, freedom-killing, delusional, destructive repeal be implemented at this time.”leftist agenda on us. OK? We don’t want it, and we won’t acceptit. Not now, not ever! • Over 1,100 retired generals and admirals – who understand Yet, with the help of eight Republicans, Senate Democrats better than anyone the real-world repercussions of mandat-hastily unraveled the profoundly moral, time-tested policy that ing inclusion of open homosexuals in the intensely tight-knit,has effectively governed America’s armed forces with regard to close-quarters environment of soldiers at war – have signedhomosexuality for over 200 years, since the days of George a petition urging retention of the current policy and oppos-Washington and the Revolutionary War. ing repeal of “Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell.” As a result, very soon – unless the new-and-improved112th Congress rides to the rescue like the cavalry on horse- It’s not too late. As my friend and fellow culture warriorback – our military will be forced to suffer a radical, politically Robert Knight recently wrote:correct, social-engineering experiment – during wartime. It’s important to emphasize that this battle is not over.Consider these facts: For example, state Delegate Robert G. Marshall, Vir- ginia Republican, has introduced legislation instruct-• A Pentagon survey of personnel in the various armed services ing the Virginia National Guard to bar homosexuality. shows that repealing “Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell” is opposed by That should spur similar legislation. large numbers of America’s fighting men and women and would create a major retention problem at a time when the Virginia Col. Richard Black, U.S. Army retired, who military is already shorthanded. was chief of the Army’s criminal-law division and who compiled a list of 100 cases of homosexual miscon-• As Sen. John McCain warned, based on the Pentagon’s own duct, said, “Congress must amend Article 125, statistics, some 264,600 men and women would likely “leave UCMJ, to permit consensual sodomy, which is now a the military earlier than they had planned” if open homo- serious crime. Otherwise, an intractable conflict would6 whistleblower February 2011
  7. 7. VOICES FROM THE FRONT LINESMILITARY Editor’s note: The Pentagon’s survey did not askdropped by the 111th America’s fighting forces what they really think about ho- mosexuality and the U.S. military. So Whistleblower did. Here are the unvarnished words of active duty and retired members of this nation’s armed forces, emailed to WND/Whistleblower since late December’s congressional remain between regulation and law. The statutory ban repeal of “Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell”: imposed by 10 USC 654 [the 1993 law passed by Congress and watered down to “Don’t Ask, Don’t “When I served in the Air Force, there were no private Tell”] was relatively new, dating back to the Clinton bathrooms in the bachelor barracks. Allowing homosex- presidency. However, Gen. George Washington first uals to share communal showers with other men is instituted the ban in the Continental Army in 1778 morally no different than requiring servicemen and women by drumming out those who engaged in acts of to use the same mass showers. This is not a formula for sodomy. The homosexual ban has been maintained maintaining high moral character. The alternative is to ever since. Obama breaks a 232-year military policy.” build a separate infrastructure for nature’s disordered few. This would be tantamount to constructing a gay bath- “A more conservative Congress should restore the law,” house.” —Ron Anderson, veteran, U.S. Air Forceconcludes Knight. To which I would add this message to con-gressional Republicans: “The politicians, and especially the media, are blatantly You can undo this tragic corruption of the world’s most ignoring the fact that many of the foreign armies that havepowerful and noble military. You can repeal it, you can defund integrated homosexuals are having many problems.it, you can block it. One way or another, you can stop it if you HIV/AIDS rates have soared in the Australian army sincehave the requisite courage. Where there’s a will, there’s a way. they integrated homosexuals; there are reports of com- But if you don’t embrace this battle wholeheartedly, if you manders in the French army (as well as others) having toaren’t deeply dedicated to defeating this terrible assault on our segregate homosexuals into their own ‘gay’ companies inmilitary regardless of what it means for you personally and order to lessen their negative influence on the rest of theprofessionally, then you don’t deserve to be in Congress. Vot- unit, just to name a few.” —W. Lee Ebbs, sergeant major,ers will see your failure and you will be replaced in the next U.S. Armyelection. Far more important, you will forever know that youbetrayed those who risk their lives for our freedom. “I am a Marine veteran and have recently set up a Face- Let’s honor the service and sacrifice of our armed forces by book page titled ‘Reinstate DADT,’ which is intended tonot forcing an absurd, immoral and dangerous social experi- work with and complement ‘Restore DADT,’ anotherment on them. We’re at war; let’s act like it. newly created Facebook page. The singular task of this page will be to help roll back the DADT policy repeal. We David Kupelian is managing editor of are of the belief that the 111th Congress had absolutely WorldNetDaily.com, editor of Whistle- no mandate to make such a sweeping change to military blower magazine and author of “The standards, particularly in light of the fact that the U.S. vot- Marketing of Evil” and its 2010 sequel, ing population had sent it a stunning rebuke a mere mat- “How Evil Works.” ter of weeks before. Please join our group by clicking on the ‘LIKE” button. Our intent is to increase our profile among active duty service personnel, veterans and other like-minded supporters of traditional family values and military honor so that they can be aware of and take part in DADT rollback operations. Semper Fidelis.” —Rick Vaughan, Melbourne, Fla., U.S. Marine Corps C O N T I N U E D O N PA G E 9 February 2011 whistleblower 7
  8. 8. OFFICER REFUSES TOINDOCTRINATE SOLDIERS‘I love my job, but I can’t do this job once they beginBy Brian Fitzpatrick Copyright 2011 WorldNetDaily.com Inc.IN a sign of the times, an Army lieutenant colonel hasasked to be relieved of command rather than order his troops to 2. I would like to remain in the XXX Army National Guard until I am eligible for retirement (at 20 yearsgo through pro-homosexual indoctrination following repeal of and 0 days), which would be in the late summer of“Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell.” 2012, but on grounds of my religious beliefs, I will The commander of a battalion-sized unit in the Army not attend sensitivity or behavior modification train-National Guard, the officer also threatened to resign his com- ing consequential to this policy change, even if itmission rather than undergo “behavior modification” training in- means disciplinary action. I regret that I cannot con-tended to counter his religious convictions about homosexuality. tinue to serve in the military further, but feel that my The lieutenant colonel, whose name and unit are being efforts would be insincere because my heart will nowithheld from publication at his request, sent the following longer be in it.”letter to his commanding officer: “I will not be the person who forces this training on my sol- Subject: Request for Relief from Command due to diers,” the officer explained to Whistleblower, saying he’s aware Personal Moral Conflict with New Homosexual Policy of other officers who intend to resign their commissions. “These people want to serve. I want to serve. I love my job, 1. I respectfully request to be relieved of Command of but I can’t do this job once they begin to implement this policy,” XXX Squadron, XXX Cavalry prior to new policy he said. implementation subsequent to the repeal of “Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell.” My personal religious beliefs and moral convictions do not permit me to treat homo- sexuality as an acceptable lifestyle, compatible with military service, any more than adultery, illicit drug use, or criminal activity. I believe this lifestyle runs counter to good order and discipline in military units, and I refuse to sacrifice my belief system, pro- tected by the First Amendment to the United States Constitution, in order to fall in line with the com- mand policy that will logically follow. This new pol- icy will undoubtedly include mandatory sensitivity training as well as same-sex partner inclusion in Fam- ily Readiness Group activities and integration into the full spectrum of other military benefits, as well as a whole new category of discrimination standards and investigative procedures. I will not, as a com- mander, put my signature on a training schedule or other document recognizing or legitimizing any of these things that contradict my personal beliefs.8 whistleblower February 2011 Photo by U.S. Army Staff Sgt. Michael L. Casteel
  9. 9. VOICES FROM THE FRONT LINES “I am a veteran of the U.S. Army. My father was a veteran of the U.S. Marine Corps. My family has a tradition of mil- itary service going all the way back to the Revolutionaryto implement this policy’ War, in which my 5X-great-grandfather crossed the Delaware with General Washington, was involved in the assault on Trenton, and received his discharge at ‘The Valley Forge.’ Words can hardly express my outrage con- cerning the despicable actions of the Obama regime in On Jan. 7, after hearing back from his chain of command, attempting to force the military to accept open homo-the career officer told Whistleblower his request had been granted sexuals. It would do the present occupant of the Office ofand he was being transferred from his command to a staff posi- President to observe what our first president, the Fathertion in which he will not be required to order troops to undergo of Our Country, George Washington, had to say on thispro-“gay” indoctrination. subject. General Washington forbade homosexuals from “Today is my last day in command,” he said. “From now on service in the Continental Army. What does Obama knowI’ll be a staff officer without a bunch of people working under about the military that Washington did not?”me, so I won’t have the moral conflict with having to enforce this —Kenneth Wray, U.S. Army veteran, Las Cruces,new policy on them. New Mexico “It’s not punitive,” he added. “The state is actually standingby my position. I’ve worked with some really good commanders “I am a retired Navy chief petty officer and am vehementlyover the years and we have a good rapport.” C O N T I N U E D O N N E X T PA G E opposed to [repealing] the DADT policy. Along with all the social engineering this will bring, no one has talked about the possibility of spreading AIDS throughout the ranks. It is well known and documented that the gay community is largely responsible for spreading the AIDS virus. This will no doubt overwhelm the military medical facilities and undermine the treatment of other personnel.” —Stanley Cobb, veteran, U.S. Navy, Savannah, Ga. “I spent 6 years in the Marine Corps. As a Christian, I would never have joined had homosexuals been wel- comed. It is ungodly and perverse to give the wicked a place in our armed forces. I have 3 sons. I would never encourage them to be part of the military now.” —Rick Smith, veteran, U.S. Marine Corps, 1977-1983 “I am a veteran of the U.S. Army ‘92-’96. This repeal is a huge mistake. The military is a conservative organization and people need to know that before they join. This is a disgrace that the Democrats are only doing to gain votes. I am sickened by it. Most people in the military I’d guess are Christian. This is a slap in the face to them. I can only imagine gay people and their partners flippantly walking into the barracks, having nasty sex in front of their room- mates, etc. This is going to put homosexual activities in everyone’s faces! The people running this country are evil and now they want our military to be evil too.” —Tonya Byrum, veteran, U.S. Army C O N T I N U E D O N PA G E 1 7 February 2011 whistleblower 9
  10. 10. While his identity is known within his chain of com- Contrary to the assumptions of many in the pro-mand and his state’s National Guard administration, the homosexual camp, those who share my sentimentsofficer believes he has not been identified yet by the De- do not hate homosexuals, but we do, just as ALLpartment of the Army. Nearing 20 years in service, he wants prior generations, recognize the homosexualto remain anonymous in order to protect his pension for his lifestyle as counter to natural law and immoral,family’s benefit. and destructive to good order and discipline which “When I retire I will speak on the record. I don’t know are crucial in a combat unit.how much I can do before that. Sooner or later I’m going toget told to shut up. If I continue to make statements, it There are those who see this as purely an issue ofmight become a witch hunt. I don’t want to lose my retire- discrimination, which they believe is unfair in anyment unless it comes to the point they tell me I have to at- segment of our society. “Discrimination” has be-tend the [pro-’gay’] training.” come a word that always connotes something bad. Many fellow officers are applauding him for the stand I would say to them that discrimination is not onlyhe has taken, he told Whistleblower. necessary, but crucial in our military. The military “I’ve had nothing but support from all those in my has always discriminated and if we are to remainunit, in my state, everyone that I’ve talked to. A lot of peo- the world’s premier military, we must continue tople have called me to voice their support for my position ... do so. Currently, the Army discriminates againsta lot more men would take my position but they’re not as those who are, by regulations, too old, too weak,close to retirement.” too fat, too slow, too short, colorblind, asthmatic, In an e-mail to Whistleblower, the officer explained why diabetic, and a whole host of other disqualifiers. ...conscience compelled him to step down from command: True, there are certainly closeted homosexuals al- To be a good commander, one must exercise loy- ready in the military. There are also definitely clos- alty both up and down the chain of command. eted child/spouse abusers, pedophiles, adulterers, This demands the ability to internalize command rapists, and I would guess even murderers in the decisions, orders, and policies, and at the same military at this instant. Should we also change the time, to stand up for one’s soldiers within the con- UCMJ to make those activities legal? The truth is, text of mission accomplishment. As soon as the the answer that most would give to that question DADT policy repeal became law, I realized that I is also the answer that most would have given to wouldn’t be able to show loyalty to my chain of the question of allowing open homosexual service command in this one area as the new policy is a generation ago. Do we continue to allow our forced on the military. I have the greatest respect moral compass to drift just because loud “progres- for my chain of command, so I forwarded my re- sive” minorities that support immoral behaviors quest to be relieved prior to the change so I would convince us that those behaviors should be con- not have to be disloyal. sidered “mainstream?” Let me be very clear that in a combat situation I Brian Fitzpatrick is a news editor for WorldNetDaily would risk and even forfeit my life, if necessary, for and Whistleblower. ANY American soldier, regardless of race, gender, national origin, or even what my religious beliefs designate as an immoral lifestyle choice. At the time of this writing, the practice of sodomy is a vi- olation of Article 125 of the Uniform Code of Military Justice (UCMJ) and is therefore consid- ered an immoral lifestyle choice.10 whistleblower February 2011
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  12. 12. letter from the publisher GEORGE WASHINGTON ON Joseph Farah SODOMY IN THE MILITARY By Joseph Farah Copyright 2011 WorldNetDaily.com Inc.WHEN the nation celebrates George Wash-ington’s 280th birthday Feb. 11, will the father of our coun- And Washington was far from alone. William Black- stone, who wrote “Commentaries on the Law,” once thetry be turning over in his grave over America’s determination very foundation of American legal jurisprudence, couldto permit open homosexuality in the U.S. military? scarcely bring himself to mention the subject of homosexual I suspect so if you take him at his word. sodomy, which he called “a disgrace to human nature.” He believed sodomy an “infamous crime” that was to Thomas Jefferson, hardly a Christian fundamentalist, au-be abhorred and detested. In the case of the court martial thored a bill penalizing sodomy by castration. In New York,of Lt. Frederick Gotthold Enslin, tried March 10, 1778, the penalty for “the detestable and abominable vice of bug-his sentence was “to be drummed out of the camp ... with gery” was hanging. Likewise, Connecticut laws required theinfamy ... never to return.” death penalty. Georgia was a little more liberal – the penalty Today’s Washington politicians – and I include many of being life imprisonment at hard labor. Maine, Pennsylvania,the highest-ranking, career-driven generals and admirals in South Carolina and Vermont all prescribed sentences ofthat category – believe welcoming sodomy with open arms in from one year at hard labor to death.the U.S. military represents a new civil rights threshold. Why was activity now celebrated on television, in That is the reason they have determined to tear down movies and in public schools as a simple lifestyle choice dis-the last line of defense against active sexual perversion within couraged with such conviction at our nation’s founding?military ranks. I believe it can best be explained by something John Why was Washington opposed to sodomy? Adams, the founder of the U.S. Navy, said Oct. 13, 1798: A student of the Bible, as most of the founding fathers “We have no government armed with power capable of con-were, he could not help but take notice of the fact that it tending with human passions unbridled by morality and re-was a serious sin – that those who practiced it were dissolute, ligion. ... Our Constitution was made only for a moral andcaught up in immoral conduct and disorderly behavior. religious people. It is wholly inadequate to the government The military personnel of the colonies, at war with the of any other.”world’s greatest empire at the time, were “strictly required What does that mean?to show in themselves a good example of honor and virtue” “Statesmen, my dear sir, may plan and speculate for– not given to licentious activities nor yielding to their de- liberty, but it is religion and morality alone which can es-bauched sexual lusts that were contrary to divine law. tablish the principles upon which freedom can securely Today’s American leaders have determined that God’s stand,” Adams explained. “The only foundation of a freelaws are archaic myths and that there are no consequences constitution is pure virtue.”for flouting them – either individually or as a nation-state. In other words, the whole radical notion of self-govern- That’s why I wish there were still men like George ment put forth by the founders was impossible without will-Washington on the scene in American politics today. ing obedience by the populace to the laws of nature and nature’s God. C O N T I N U E D O N PA G E 1 412 whistleblower February 2011
  13. 13. George Washington believedsodomy an “infamous crime”that was to be abhorred anddetested. In the case of the courtmartial of Lt. Frederick GottholdEnslin, tried March 10, 1778, hissentence was “to be drummed out of thecamp ... with infamy ... never to return.” “George Washington Before the Battle of Trenton, circa 1792, by John Trumbull ” February 2011 whistleblower 13
  14. 14. But back to Washington. tual duty a punctual attendance on Divine service to imploreHere’s how he explained it in his “Farewell Address”: the blessings of Heaven upon the means used for our safety and defence. Of all the dispositions and habits which lead to “His Excellency [George Washington] wishes [it] to be political prosperity, religion and morality are in- considered that an Army without order, regularity, and dis- dispensable supports. In vain would that man cipline is no better than a commissioned mob; Let us there- claim the tribute of patriotism who should labor to fore ... endeavor by all the skill and discipline in our power, subvert these great pillars of human happiness, to acquire that knowledge and conduct which is necessary in these firmest props of the duties of men and citi- war – our men are brave and good; men who with pleasure zens. The mere politician, equally with the pious it is observed are addicted to fewer vices than are commonly man, ought to respect and to cherish them. A found in Armies; but it is subordination and discipline (the volume could not trace all their connections with life and soul of an Army) which next under Providence, is to private and public felicity [happiness]. Let it simply make us formidable to our enemies, honorable in ourselves, be asked, “Where is the security for property, for and respected in the world. reputation for life, if the sense of religious obliga- “Purity of morals being the only sure foundation of pub- tions desert ... ?” lic happiness in any country and highly conducive to order, subordination, and success in an Army, it will be well wor- And let us with caution indulge the supposition thy the emulation of officers of every rank and class to en- that morality can be maintained without religion. courage it both by the influence of example and the penalties Whatever may be conceded to the influence of of authority. It is painful to see many shameful instances of refined education on minds of peculiar structure, riot and licentiousness. ... A regard to decency should con- reason and experience both forbid us to expect that spire with a sense of morality to banish a vice productive of national morality can prevail in exclusion of reli- neither advantage or pleasure. “ gious principle. ‘Tis substantially true that virtue or Which approach makes more sense to you – George morality is a necessary spring of popular govern- Washington’s or Barack Obama’s? ment. The rule, indeed, extends with more or less force to every species of free government. Who that Until next time, is a sincere friend to it [free government] can look with indifference upon attempts to shake the foun- dation of the fabric?” Specifically how does that view relate to the conduct ofwar and military service? Here’s how the father of our country saw it: “It is re-quired and expected that exact discipline be observed anddue subordination prevail thro’ the whole Army, as a fail-ure in these most essential points must necessarilyproduce extreme hazard, disorder, and confu-sions; and end in shameful disappointment anddisgrace. The General most earnestly requiresand expects a due observance of those arti-cles of war established for the governmentof the Army which forbid profane curs-ing, swearing, and drunkenness; And inlike manner requires and expects of allofficers and soldiers not engaged on ac-14 whistleblower February 2011 Washington and Lafayette at Valley Forge. Painting by Dunsmore.
  15. 15. WHEN HELLWAS IN SESSION By Admiral Jeremiah DentonIN When Hell Was in Session, Jeremiah Denton, thesenior American officer to serve as a Vietnam POW, tells theamazing story of his nearly eight years of abuse, neglect and tor-ture. Though his captors broke his body, they never broke theman. In 1966, he appeared on a television interview from prisonand blinked the word “torture” in Morse Code, confirming forthe world that atrocities were taking place in the Hanoi Hilton.And while in prison, he acted as the senior officer and lookedafter the morale of his troops, at great risk to himself. This historic book takes readers behind the closed doorsof the Vietnamese prison to see how Denton and his menfought back against all odds and against all kinds of evil. This new and updated edition of this classic book takesreaders beyond Denton’s years in prison and details his shockto learn, upon his return, of the moral decline in America and Order your copy ofhis efforts to restore traditional values to American society. It “When Hell Was in Session” by Admiral Jeremiah Denton – autographed –also provides new insights into Denton’s years in the United at the WND Superstore.States Senate where he was a key leader in helping promote the Discount Price $21.95 plus $5.00 shipping. To order, call toll-free 1-800-4WND-COMReagan Revolution. (1-800-496-3266), or go to When Hell Was in Session serves as a vital reminder that Superstore.WND.com or mail your order and payment to:America remains free because of the courage, commitment WorldNetDaily.com,and conviction of brave heroes like Admiral Jeremiah Denton. P.O. Box 1627, Medford, OR 97501 February 2011 whistleblower 15
  16. 16. MILITARY HEROES WARNNation will ‘suffer the consequences’ for abandoningTHEIR real-life military biographies aremore heroic and awe-inspiring than any big-budget action movie “My opinions on ‘Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell,’” he warned, “are not politically correct.”– flying harrowing missions over enemy territory, sending coded The military is not set up to respond to the “hurt feelings”messages when captured, fighting in exotic locales from Viet- of everyone, he said. There is just no room in the warrior’s worldnam to Mogadishu to Iran, and counseling the president in the for such disputes. America and its military, he said, need to beOval Office on how to defeat communists in our hemisphere. focused on the fundamental – biblical – principles on which the Whistleblower talked to three retired military giants – nation was founded.admiral, POW and U.S. Sen. Jeremiah Denton, U.S. Navy In order to make good on a campaign promise ObamaCmdr. and POW Eugene B. McDaniel and Lt. Gen. William made to his LGBT (“lesbian-gay-bisexual-transgender”) con-G. Boykin – about the 111th Congress’s hasty vote to overturn stituency, Congress at the very end of its lame-duck session re-“Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell,” and all three say encouraging homo- pealed the military’s centuries-old prohibition of homosexuals.sexuality in the armed forces of the United States poses a grave “Not enough emphasis is being placed upon the fact thatdanger to America’s future. growing counter-cultural development has already done grave “My outlook tells me we should pray the words ‘God bless harm to the well-being and security of the United States,” Den-America’ and immediately after that prayer, offer another – ‘God ton said. “A strong portion of our population, including our gov-help America,’” Denton said. ernment, has already been persuaded that many of the most Denton’s hero status remains unchallenged to this day. Fly- critically important fundamental founding principles of ouring missions over North Vietnam as a Navy pilot, he was shot country should be discarded – especially the critically importantdown and spent seven years and eight months as a POW, fa- portion of the Declaration of Independence which holds that itmously blinking the word T-O-R-T-U-R-E in Morse code is an inalienable truth that ‘all men are endowed by their Creatorduring an internationally broadcast TV interview to reveal that with certain inalienable rights.’”the communist regime in Hanoi was co-ercing American POWs with torture. After release from the longest con-finement of any American POW – whichincluded four years in solitary confinement– he returned to the United States to hiswife and seven children, was elected to theU.S. Senate representing the state of Ala-bama, and even was called into the OvalOffice by President Ronald Reagan forDenton’s expertise on how to vanquish thecommunist beachhead in Nicaragua. Denton’s classic book, “When Hellwas in Session,” documents his nearlyeight years in captivity – as well as hisshock at the moral decline he discoveredin America upon his return. Adm. Jeremiah Denton16 whistleblower February 2011
  17. 17. AMERICA VOICES FROM THE FRONT LINES “I got out a few years ago from the Navy after 10 years inmorality and discipline for family reasons. I have considered rejoining now that those reasons are no longer a factor. However, with the signing of the repeal of DADT, no thank you. I have noth- ing against homosexuals on a personal level, but I’m not By Bob Unruh Copyright 2011 WorldNetDaily.com Inc. going to go through the sensitivity training, the forced ac- ceptance of people who for the first few years are going He continued, “Our creator is God, and His Ten Com- to be ‘gay first’ and ‘sailor/airman/soldier/Marine’ second.mandments stipulate a set of behaviors that are permissible and I don’t have time for that. The life of a service member hasa set of things that are not permissible in the pursuit of happi- enough stresses, this is one more than was needed orness by our citizens. Our government has all but abandoned this wanted.” —G. Rogers, veteran, U.S. Navydictum ... causing a tremendous deterioration of our culture andbehavior. ... A solid institution of the family is essential not only “In 1958, I was stationed aboard the destroyer USSfor a nation’s survival, but for the survival of civilization.” Eaton DDE-510. I was sent to the paint locker to obtain The U.S., said Denton, has abandoned a commitment to, or paint from the 3rd class petty officer in charge of theeven recognition of, morality. paint. As I climbed into the hatchway, I was confronted by “History has redundantly proven that when nations choose the P.O. that quickly put his hand on my privates andto ignore morality and the citizenry drops allegiance to God, said, ‘Do you want to have a little fun before you leave?’they soon perish,” he said. Being just 18 years old at the time and not really realizing “The government ... is imposing social experimentation on exactly why he touched me in that way, I knew instinc-our armed forces,” he added. “We are taking a big new step to- tively that it was wrong. I told him to keep his hands offward violating the point of what President Reagan meant when of me, but he insisted. I found it necessary to defend my-he said, ‘If we ever forget that we’re one nation under God, then self, and although he was my superior, I hit him severalwe will be a nation gone under.’ times and got out of the hatchway. Ultimately I was cited “I regard the debate about DADT as one of the many symp- to have a Captains Mast for assaulting a superior. Thetoms of our progressive abandonment of the principles which Captains Mast was very fast, and when I explained whybrought this nation from birth to unparalleled world power ...” I hit the petty officer, my case was dismissed. ... What Joining the argument was Boykin, who in 1978 joined what the illegal Obama has done by doing away with the ‘Don’twould become the world’s first Special Operations unit, Delta Ask, Don’t Tell’ policy is to open the door for even moreForce, where he was promised only “A medal and a body bag.” assaults by those that are sexual deviants.” In a career spent bringing down warlords, despots and dic- —Norman Cutsail, veteran, U.S. Navy, Baltimore, Md.tators, at one point Boykin took a .50 caliber round in his chest.His team hunted in Columbia for drug lord Pablo Escobar and “As a 26-year veteran, I have advised my grandson, whohe helped capture dictator Manuel Noriega in Panama. His mis- wanted to be a Marine officer, to find another dream. Hesions also took him to Mogadishu, Iran and Vietnam. agreed and has plans to go into another career. One look He describes his adventures in his book, “Never Surrender: at the freaks in a queer pride parade was all it took to un-A Soldier’s Journey to the Crossroads of Faith and Freedom.” derstand that this kind of perversion will be in our military Boykin told Whistleblower the push to allow homosexu- along with the harassment complaints filed by ‘gays.’als to serve openly in the military should not even have been Someone should track VA disability claims made by gaysconsidered. who contract AIDS while in service. This means that “There is no constitutional right to serve,” he said. “The money will be spent on them that would otherwise bemilitary always has discriminated based on physical limitations used to help wounded and others with claims not related[and on] bad life choices like felony convictions.” to their perverted behavior.” —Name withheld by request, The argument, he said, has everything to do with the moral master sergeant, U.S. Air Force, Ret. C O N T I N U E D O N PA G E 1 9character of the nation. C O N T I N U E D O N N E X T PA G E February 2011 whistleblower 17
  18. 18. “The anchor of our society should be the church,” he said. every prisoner of war, and how faith is the key to keeping life and“The church already has been compromised. [The military] is sanity intact during such ultimately challenging circumstances.the last bastion of ethics and morality. That’s what it’s about.” “I’m very concerned about the impact [of repeal],” he told He said such civilian social considerations are not only Whistleblower. It was difficult enough for military vehicles suchunnecessary in the military, but downright dangerous. as aircraft carriers to create opportunities for women, he said, “The mission [of the armed forces] is to fight and win wars. but the issue of those of the same sex openly exhibiting attrac-It’s never changed,” he said. “There’s no question that what this tion to another in the ranks will befuddle standards and “destroyis going to do is reduce the effectiveness of the military.” the morale.” And he said America will “suffer the consequences.” “There is no upside,” he said. “The No. 1 job of any president, of any administration, is Echoing the assessment of these three military giants is re-to protect the nation,” he said. “Every decision has to be made tired Gen. Carl Mundy, 30th commandant of the United Stateswith a focus on enhancing the ability to do that. No one can Marine Corps, whose remarks appeared on the Dakota Voice.demonstrate this decision is going to enhance readiness,” he said. “Ordinary citizens have the right to say whatever they wish,“Quite the opposite.” to be active in politics of their choice, to demonstrate, to groom McDaniel, a Navy pilot, was headed to Van Dien, North or dress as they prefer, to live wherever and with whomever theyVietnam, when his jet was shot down and he spent nearly six wish, and short of an absolute violation of law, to behave as theyyears as a POW. After leaving the Navy as a captain, he founded wish,” he said. “Uniformed military members do not have thesethe American Defense Institute to encourage patriotism. Like rights. By both verbal oath and personal signature upon enlist-Denton, McDaniel’s book “Scars and Stripes” describes not only ment, they swear before God to support the Constitution thathis and other POWs’ ordeal, but the intense reality of God to gives rights to others in society, while denying the same to them- “I’m very concerned about the impact [of repeal]. There is no upside.” —Eugene B. McDaniel18 whistleblower February 2011
  19. 19. selves. They affirm that they will bear true faith and allegiance to VOICES FROM THE FRONT LINESit, and that they will obey the orders of the president and those ofthe officers appointed over them. Officers go a step further, swear- “As a retired sergeant major from the U.S. Army, I receiveing that they accept this obligation without mental reservation or letters from the Department of the Army requesting that Ipurpose of evasion.” talk to young people about joining one of the armed serv- Nothing in the Constitution, nor any action of Congress to ices, the Army in particular. Although I have not actively re-date, he said, “gives any citizen the right to serve.” cruited someone to join, I have talked to many youth Rather, he explained, the military has the authority to reject interested in a career or just to join to learn about the world.applicants for age, physical or mental conditions, education, drug I will now stop doing this in a positive manner. I threw outuse, weight and other reasons. the positives of giving of yourself for service to the country And he noted that the law for years has actually excluded and the defense of our freedoms and beliefs. With thefrom military service those who exhibit “a propensity or intent to passing of this law, I no longer believe our youth shouldengage in homosexual acts.” The “Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell” policy have to live with this type of social engineering within thehas been an allowance for those with such lifestyle choices who military services.” —Wayne L. Caudill, veteran, U.S. Army,would promise not to make a public spectacle. 1970-1997 The United States military cannot be about “social reform,”he said, but about “military effectiveness.” “I can tell you that openly gay men or lesbians will not be trusted in combat by their fellow soldiers – and combat, inBob Unruh is a news editor for WorldNetDaily.com the military, is where the rubber meets the road. Under theand Whistleblower. ‘Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell’ rules each person was allowed the benefit of the doubt and their performance would dictate their acceptance. Now they will be prejudged because they have labeled themselves as a homosexual first and a war- rior second. ... The politicians value votes ahead of the safety of our warriors and they think that pandering to the gay group will gain votes for them. Personally I wouldn’t vote for any politician that voted to change the policy, es- pecially if my son or daughter were in the military, no mat- ter what their sexual preference was. This puts individual sexual preference ahead of the primary mission and that will get people in the military killed. Politicians don’t live in the real world and they don’t pay the price for their screw- ups. Our young people do.” —Don Page, Vietnam veteran “I served 20 years in the U.S. Army. I have worked in the theater of operations for the past seven years in support of Operations Iraqi Freedom and Enduring Freedom. I have conducted my own unofficial survey of literally hun- dreds of troops in those seven years. The main difference between my survey and the one conducted by the De- partment of Defense is that mine allowed for discussion. The DoD only allowed for answering direct questions. I will admit, upon initially posing the question to some sol- diers if they had a problem serving with gays, many said as long as the gays didn’t pursue them personally, they didn’t really care one way or the other. However, upon further discussion, when asked if they would be willing to share billeting and personal hygiene areas with gays, their answers abruptly changed.” —Name withheld by request C O N T I N U E D O N PA G E 2 1 February 2011 whistleblower 19
  20. 20. UNLEASHING CONTAGIONON OUR ARMED FORCESMedal-of-Honor recipient explains devastating impactBy Maj. Gen. Pat Brady Copyright 2011 WorldNetDaily.com Inc.AMERICA needs a strong military andan honest media. One keeps us secure, the other keeps us free. Dishonesty marked PFC Bradley Manning’s service. He is allegedly the source of the WikiLeaks scandal that has endan- There is no question about the strength of our military. gered lives and damaged national security and internationalBut there is no end to questions about whether we have an relationships. Manning is a homosexual. Manning’s homosexu-honest media. ality may have nothing to do with his alleged traitorous acts, but It was, after all, thousands of Barack Obama press agents his character does. Manning broke the law and lied to enlist andthat elected this tragically inept and unqualified president. He in so doing compromised his integrity. Dishonest people, peo-needs our prayers. He introduced the word “trillion” into our ple without integrity, become traitors.lexicon and there is no measuring the cost of his presidency. The media have also trumpeted the vices of “pedophile”priests in the Catholic Church, concealing the true corruption:homosexual priests. Homosexual priests have cost the churchbillions. In an equally dishonest sham, the media have propagan-dized that homosexuals can legally serve in the military, but notopenly. That is a lie, but it has helped change public opinion ona quad-sexual military. Any American would ask: If they canserve, why not openly? But once homosexuals (and bisexuals andtrangenders) begin serving legally, they will cost the military un-told billions and damage readiness. It is crucial to know that a 1993 veto-proof law – passedby Congress after Bill Clinton’s efforts to change the militarylaw on sodomy, and after 12 legislative hearings and numerous Bradley Manningfield trips – declared homosexual conduct incompatible withmilitary service. President Clinton, after he was rebuked in his The recent Pentagon study supporting a quad-sexual mili-effort to change the military law prohibiting homosexual con- tary is also dishonest. Only selective results were emphasized.duct, took the question on homosexuality out of the recruiting Coverage of numerous military studies with the opposite resultquestionnaire, thus propagandizing the great media lie “Don’t were ignored. Where was it reported that over 1,100 retired gen-Ask, Don’t Tell.” DADT does a great disservice to the debate erals and flag officers support the ban on homosexuals, as doand to homosexuals and others who believe homosexuals can some current chiefs of services, especially the Marine comman-legally serve if they lie. How could the military discharge some- dant? Why didn’t the fact that the vast majority of our combatone who served legally even if surreptitiously? If they lie, it is troops and Marines oppose a quad-sexual military make head-because they are dishonest. lines? The Marines may have been the most honest of all those surveyed because they knew their commandant had their back. Thank God for the Marines; they have been at the forefront in opposing efforts to man down the military.20 whistleblower February 2011
  21. 21. VOICES FROM THE FRONT LINES “I entered the Navy when I was 17 years old. I was very naïve at the time and was molested twice within the first year by gay sailors. Homosexuals by their very nature areof ‘quad-sexual’ military promiscuous and aggressive and will take every oppor- tunity they have to make advances on straight hetero- sexuals. It is their stated goal to see how many straight individuals they can subvert. I can’t imagine what it will do to our military readiness if they are allowed to serve openly.” —RCM, veteran, U.S. Navy Let’s put this study in perspective. The commander givesthe order to take the hill. Wait, let’s poll the troops. Duh! The “I am a 63-year-old veteran. I served with Special ForcesPentagon study presented those polled with a fait accompli – and Civil Affairs units out of Fort Bragg and voluntarily re-not if we’re going to invite homosexuals into the military, but turned to civilian life, leaving as a captain in 1978. I havehow. Amazingly, no question on ban repeal was asked! Why? a son in the National Guard who just returned from an in-They said troops shouldn’t vote on policy. fantry tour in Iraq and an 18-year-old daughter who has Excuse me. The whole purpose of the poll was to support a been talking about joining the Air Force. I am deeply con-vote on policy about to be jammed through Congress. Before cerned with this outrageous policy to homosexualize ourthe study was even completed, the Pentagon was establishing a armed services. Not an iota of consideration was given tore-education program on the fruits of homosexual conduct. As do a valid survey of our military or to receive input from thea further tribute to the bias of this study, before it was released, electorate before ramming this ill-fated policy down ourLt. Gen. Thomas Bostick, the Army’s personnel guru, in a big- throats! No thought is ever given to the poor young peo-oted statement, said: ple being seduced into this lifestyle as to how they can be assisted to be reformed from it. It is a one-way trip down These people opposing this new policy will need to get into a depravity that leads many to hopelessness and with the program, and if they can’t, they need to get even suicide. And now our military leaders are expected out. No matter how much training and education of to devote resources – funded by taxpayers – to propa- those in opposition, you’re always going to have those gandize this depravity as well? No way, Jose!” that oppose this on moral and religious grounds just —Rev. Jeffrey C. Long, veteran, U.S. Army like you still have racists today. “I have often pondered my decision to get out of the Ma- Joining Obama in quad-sexualizing our military (his first rine Corps but am now content with my decision. To allowstep toward legalizing same-sex marriages) is Defense Secretary gays to openly join the military and ask our fellow militaryRobert Gates, an Obama clone, who fired a former chairman of members to accept this is obscene. They won’t, and thenthe Joint Chiefs who disagreed with him on a quad-sexual mil- what? The problem is that the Democratic yuppies of theitary and hired fellow homophile, Adm. Mike Mullen. This dis- U.S. voted our current president into office and now theastrous triumvirate is willing to fundamentally transform our people who have given this country the freedom theyworkable, wonderful military, uniquely excellent among all our have are forced to live with this ill-minded decision togovernmental agencies, oblivious to the readiness consequences. make life harder on us. What happened to ‘We the Peo- Mullen actually admitted knowingly flouting military law ple?’ Where was our vote? Don’t those who have foughtby ignoring the presence of illegal homosexuals. What if an for this country have any say in this decision? Yes, peo-emergency arose and blood was needed? I wonder if Mullen ple will leave the military and good-minded young menwould accept a combat blood transfusion from one of his ho- and women will opt not to join the military because of this.mosexual friends – or allow it for a fellow sailor? This country has been feared by others because of our Few Americans object to working with homosexuals – an military strength/power, now we’re making a statementemphasis of the study – but most do not want to live with them. to the rest of the world that we are not only weak, but no C O N T I N U E D O N N E X T PA G E longer have pride in what we are trained to do or what we fight for.” —Name withheld by request C O N T I N U E D O N PA G E 2 7 February 2011 whistleblower 21
  22. 22. Forced intimacy is not an American favorite, as we see in Are they serious? How do you re-moralize chaplains?the outrage over patdowns in airports. But forced intimacy Think draft.is common, indeed necessary, in the military. Who wants We don’t allow obese people to serve. Not because theyto share showers, bathrooms and sleeping areas with those are not patriotic and could not do a good job, but for healthwho see them as sexual objects (71 percent in the study op- reasons. Indeed, more people are discharged for obesity thanpose open showers)? Rather than asking if our troops were homosexuality. Multiple studies document significant andbiased against LGBTs in the workplace, they should have costly health disparities in rates of disease and mental healthasked questions concerning forced intimacy and imposed among sexual minorities resulting in loss of productivityimmorality. (sickness), reduced life span, attempted suicide and sub- Military communities are unique. Our military is stance abuse. But homosexuals, like Muslims, are “mediahoused in communities of likeminded patriots, separate and proof.” The media condemn Big Macs, but ignore the tragicindependent from the communities of America. The essen- health disparities in the LGBT community. Gay males can-tials of those communities – schools, hospitals, commis- not give blood. But soldiers are walking blood banks, vital insaries, PXs, churches, theaters and clubs – all reflect combat. Who would knowingly receive a transfusion from adistinctive military discipline and values. Did the Pentagon homosexual? And how can we put a person who cannot giveask if the military is OK with LGBT clubs on posts and near blood on the battlefield? For this reason, we may not even beposts, and same-sex couples in military housing? Do mili- able to deploy LGBTs to combat.tary families agree to their children being taught the good- Nothing in the Pentagon study cited benefits to readi-ness of homosexual sex, about analingus and fisting, in ness. In fact, 24 percent of respondents said they would leaveon-post schools? Imagine a gay pride parade at your post. I or consider leaving the military! And astonishingly, the lo-have seen them in San Francisco; no child should be exposed gistics of implementation were ignored. The military has ato one. saying: Amateurs talk tactics, professionals talk logistics. Many Americans may be OK with the civilians dancing Consider just the logistics of privacy (they cannot ignoretogether, but many soldiers will have a problem if their com- this, no matter what they say): Several American universi-mander is seen dancing and romancing another male at the ties added special toilet units for transgendered people withO’Club. Did they not know that once we legalize sodomy privacy concerns, costing $2,500 each at one university. Ex-in the Uniform Code of Military Justice (and this will have trapolate this cost to all the posts, camps and stations of ourto be done to legalize a quad-sexual service), we will have to military, as well as the ships at sea and under the sea. Thendo the same with adultery? We know the evils of power lead- add similar facilities for lesbians, gays and bisexuals. Con-ing to coerced sex, and military rank is power. Sexual ha- sidering the past price of military toilet seats, this cost, notrassment and fraternization, morale killers in any military to mention others, could be astronomical.unit, will not be definable. Just as sexual predators found a Amateurs did the Pentagon study – and amateurs, cor-target-rich environment in the priesthood, so they will now rupt politicians and a dishonest media are intent on forcingin the military – and flock to it. an unconscionable burden on our military. Most egregiously, the military will be retrained – andre-moralized – before implementation since there will be zero Patrick Henry Brady, a retired U.S.tolerance for opposition to homosexual conduct. What does Army major general and helicopterthat mean? pilot, was awarded his country’s highest Military hospitals and battlefield medics will have to be decoration, the Medal of Honor, for histrained on a new and deadly array of diseases – not to men- actions in the Vietnam War, duringtion sex-change operations (yes, the Canadian army pays for which he flew over 2,500 combat mis-them and allows soldiers with “gender identity problems” to sions and evacuated more than 5,000dress in “target gender,” i.e., drag). Soldiers will have to aban- wounded. He retired in 1993 after 34don their belief systems. years of service. His website is General- Brady.com.22 whistleblower February 2011
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