Yesterday, September 20th, 2011, a date that will live in infamy, the U.S. armed forces were deliberately and successfully attacked by advocates of the scourge of homosexualism. The elimination of the last vestige of moral restraint on sexual perversion in the U.S. military, commonly known as the "Don't Ask / Don't Tell" (DADT) policy, ushers in a new Orwellian era in which the military leadership of our nation will proclaim the unnatural as natural, the unhealthy as healthy, and the immoral as moral.The repeal of DADT was less about "equality" as it was about pushing political correctness onto the Army, with the resultant lawsuits and other legal actions that will follow. We'll see how much damage the Armed Forces sustain from this. All I know is that we haven't begun to see the problems yet, because nobody has bothered to actually try to figure those problems out. Just wait until the first Chaplain preaches his faith, to include advocating against homosexuality, and the lawsuits start to fly.
In August 2010, before the DADT policy was rescinded by the U.S. Congress and the current President of the United States, I wrote the following in a guest editorial in Stars & Stripes, the private newspaper intended for the U.S. armed forces:
A “nondiscrimination” policy would surely mutate into approval and celebration of the “gay” lifestyle, followed by “affirmative action” recruitment of homosexuals, politically correct ideological indoctrination throughout the armed forces including family members, and, finally, active discrimination against — and persecution of — those who dare to express a dissenting opinion.
We shall soon see whether that prediction was exaggerated or prescient. May God the Holy Trinity preserve the U.S. armed forces especially in this new Dark Age.
And before anyone tries to tell me that removing DADT was about "equality", I still cannot shower with the females. Why not? Because long ago, people realized that allowing people who are sexually attracted to each other causes problems in a military unit. But now men who are sexually attracted to me can shower with me in an open bay shower, and I cannot shower with females who I am sexually attracted to. So it's not about "equality", is it? No, all animals are equal, but some animals are more equal than others.