Morale and Morality In Our Armed Forces
Exposing Our Troops to AIDS
O. R. Adams Jr., 2010
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(Marine Corps. General Peter Pace, Retired. General Pace was forced out of his position as Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, because he spoke out against homosexuality and allowing homosexuals in our military services.)
While he still has a strong Democrat majority in congress, President Barrack Hussein Obama wants to act, contrary to the wishes of the Secretary of Defense, Robert Gates, and of the Joints Chiefs of Staff of our military forces, to repeal the law on "Don't Ask Don't Tell" and allow openly practicing homosexuals to serve in our military. He and the other homosexualist Democrats want to push this through before a report is completed by the Department of Defense, which is investigating the effect on our military of such action.
There could be nothing more destructive to morale and morality in our armed forces than allowing such deviants in our military. Our "President" is a man who is doing everything he can to destroy the traditional American and Christian values upon which this country was founded. As one who has served in the military in time of war, I am sure that the vast majority of the members of our armed forces are very strongly against having to put up with these perverts in our military services. This is undoubtedly one of the reasons for pushing this legislation prior to the completion of the report.
On April 28, 2010, the Chairman of the House Armed Services committee wrote a letter to the
Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, Admiral Michael J. Mullen, and the
Secretary of Defense, Robert M. Gates, asking for their views on repealing the
"so-called 'Don't Ask Don't Tell' statute" relating to not allowing
avowed practicing homosexuals in the military services. On
Therefore, I strongly oppose any legislation that seeks to change this policy prior to the completion of this vital assessment process. Further, I hope Congress will not do so, as it would send a very damaging message to our men and women in uniform that in essence their views, concerns, and perspectives do not matter on an issue with such a direct impact and consequence for them and their families.
For a person to fully understand the "direct impact and consequence" this would have on the service men and women, he or she has to fully understand the acts by which homosexuals get their classification, and the kinds of things that decent men and women would have to put up with around them. These acts are so vile, depraved, destructive, and degrading to human beings that many people do not even wish to learn about them. They would rather talk about these things in the abstract, and not burden their minds with the vile realities of what takes place. For this reason, when I write a paper on these things, I make it a point to at least briefly outline the most common of these homosexual acts. The following is such an outline:
If research statistics are correct, 100% of male homosexuals engaged in oral sex. Approximately 93% engage in anal sex, inserting the penis into the anus of the partner. 92% engage in "rimming", touching the anus of one's partner with one's tongue and inserting the tongue into the anus. 47% engage in "fisting", inserting one's fist into the anus of the partner. 29% engage in "golden showers", urinating on each other. 17% engage in "scat", the eating of feces, or rubbing of feces on each other, and in "mud rolling", rolling on the floor where feces have been deposited. It is not uncommon for a homosexual person to declaw and defang a mouse or other rodent to be inserted into the colon.
it can get even more gross and dangerous than the above. There was a Reuters
news article in July, 2005, about a
These sick acts
described are by no means the worst things engaged in by homosexuals, and I urge
you to more fully inform yourselves by reading the articles on this website, The
Depraved Excesses of Homosexual Lifestyles, and Homosexuals
are Destructive to Our Military Forces.
are things going on in this country that I do not believe could possibly be
happening if enough of our citizens were fully informed on what
homosexuality really is. People should be aware of the degrading things that
have already taken place in the military by homosexuals who have lied to get
into the service. They should become aware, as described in the articles, of the
things that went on at Fort Hood. And the things that went on at
The Family Research Council article, Homosexual Assault in the Military, by Peter Sprigg, states in part:
FRC has reviewed the “case synopses” of all 1,643 reports of sexual assault reported by the four branches of the military for Fiscal Year 2009 (
October 1, 2008through September 30, 2009). Our startling finding was that over eight percent (8.2%) of all military sexual assault cases were homosexual in nature. This suggests that homosexuals in the military are about three times more likely to commit sexual assaults than heterosexuals are, relative to their numbers. ...
[I consider the above statistics "that homosexuals in the military are about three times more likely to commit sexual assaults than heterosexuals" to be very substantially less than what they really are, because a figure of 3% was used for homosexuals in the military, which is the figure that was used because homosexuals "admit that less than 3% of Americans are homosexual." It cannot reasonably be expected that that many practicing homosexuals slipped into to our armed services during a period when they are not allowed by law. I would hazard a guess that homosexuals during that period would be less than 1%, which would make the ratio of homosexual assaults much higher. Also, I would point out that one of the reasons that heterosexual sexual assaults are so high is that our liberal politicians have managed to force young men and women in our armed forces to live and work in much closer proximity than they did before the liberals, with their inherent lack of conventional morality, gained so much influence. It was much different when I was in the service in World War II.]
FRC and other supporters of the current law have pointed out the risks involved in having servicemembers share living quarters with persons of the same sex who may be sexually attracted to them. This concern is borne out by many of the case synopses reported by the Pentagon. Consider the following cryptic case descriptions of on-base assaults, quoted directly from the Pentagon’s report:
“Victim #1 awoke to Subject touching his genitals.”11
“Victim awoke in his rack to a hand moving up and down his leg and touching his groin area.”12
“Asleep in his rack, Victim #1 felt a hand grab his genitals and Subject’s wrist. Subject then fled the room. Victim #2 woke up to Subject grabbing his inner thigh area and he confronted the Subject.”13
"Victim awoke in BEQ to Subject kissing his neck and trying to put his hand in his pants to touch his genitals.”14
“Victim reported that Subject touched his crotch on three occasions as he slept.”15
“Subject groped Victim #1’s genitals in their room and groped Victim #2’s genitals when he was asleep.”16
“Victim and Subject were off base at a bar and Victim got highly intoxicated. Subject said he would take Victim back to his barracks room but instead took Victim to his (subject’s) barracks room. Subject orally and a—lly sodomized Victim while he was in and out of consciousness. Subject’s computer was seized and numerous images of child porn were found.”17
“Victim was sleeping and awoke to find Subject performing oral sex on him without his consent.”18
“Victim was asleep at his computer station when Subject videotaped himself (Subject) touching Victim’s head with his (Subject’s) genitals.”19
“Victim claimed Subject (his roommate) slid his hand under Victim’s boxer shorts and caressed his buttocks and attempted to grab his p---s. Victim awoke while the touching was going on and engaged in a physical altercation with Subject.”20
“After a night of heavy drinking, Subject got on top of Victims #1 and #2 as they slept and kissed face, neck, and stomach before being told to stop.”21
“Subject groped Victim’s crotch several times when helping Victim, who was intoxicated, into his bunk.”
[The article goes on to explain the risk of homosexual assaults in bathrooms and showers, and gives many specific examples. Such assaults are common wherever homosexuals are allowed to mix with themselves or others. It has gone on in our colleges and universities, in our airports, in our parks, and any other such places these perverts are allowed.]
[The article also explains how consensual sex in the barracks leads to violence. These are the kinds of things that decent men will not long put up with.]
One of the most shocking cases did not involve a servicemember as victim, but a civilian minor. Air Force Major Rickie J. Bellanger was charged with sexually abusing two minor boys—one of whom had begun corresponding with Maj. Bellanger when he was in the fifth grade ... .
[[Another part of the article is on Exploiting Rank and Using Alcohol and Homosexual Pornography to Manipulate Victims.]
The above article concludes, as any honest and decent article would, that our military forces are no place for homosexuals.
homosexuals are allowed in the military, not only will sexual assaults by
homosexuals increase tremendously, but assaults on homosexuals by heterosexuals
will also greatly increase. There are a lot of decent men in the service that
will not put up with their perverted advances, or the engaging in acts of
sodomy in their presence. To try to overcome this, our servicemen and women will
be subjected to a terrible kind of brainwashing called "sensitivity
training." They will be force-fed false propaganda that there is nothing
wrong with the acts of sodomy that constitute homosexuality, and punished if
they do not "correctly respond" to the false manure they are fed. This
has gone on in our government agencies, in our schools, including our colleges
and universities, and in large private corporations, in promoting homosexuality
and the homosexual agenda. This brainwashing has long been an integral part of
the homosexual agenda. It is supported by our liberal media, academia, and
various organizations such as the nation's largest teachers' union, the National
many who are and have been in the military service know of the propensities of
homosexuals, and the trouble and strife caused by them.
Polls and research show that the vast majority of our service men and
women oppose allowing homosexuals to openly serve in our military forces. Less
than one-third (30%) would be favorable to the repeal of the Don't Ask Don't
Tell law. A group of "1,167
retired military leaders who have strongly reaffirmed current law and urged its
retention based on their long and distinguished military experience."
If any different polling results turn up in the Department of Defense
investigation, it will undoubtedly be because of the pressures being brought
upon the military by our so-called "Commander in Chief" (Obama), and
other liberal politicians. Even our top Generals and Admirals are under constant
pressure from our Commander in Chief, who controls their positions and
the power of the homosexual lobby is tremendous. In March, 2007, Marine General
Peter Pace, who was then Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, expressed his
opposition to allowing homosexuals in the military services. He also said:
I believe homosexual acts between two individuals are immoral and that we should not condone immoral acts.
statement of the truth brought a firestorm of criticism against him from all
angles. Freedom of speech is far from safe in this country, no matter how true
it is, if it is not "politically correct" and consistent with liberal
and homosexual dogma. General Pace was effectively forced to resign as Chairman
of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, and retire from the service. "Anticipation of
a 'contentious' confirmation process on Capitol Hill prompted the decision to
replace Gen. Peter Pace as Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff when his term
ends in September, U.S. Defense Secretary Robert Gates said Friday."
General Pace was a highly decorated four star general, who served his country
with distinction for more than forty years. If this can happen to General Pace,
can you imagine the pressure that there is on Secretary Gates, Admiral Mullen
and the other Joint Chiefs of Staff, and all of the other officers and enlisted
men in the military service, to toe the homosexual line while Obama is their
Commander in Chief? It is indeed amazing that 70% of the military personnel had
the courage to state that they were against open homosexuals in the military
under these conditions. Things like this not only destroy the moral fiber and
the morale of our military services – they destroy the moral fiber of our
following are excerpts from the Summary
Statement from Elaine Donnelly, President, Center for Military Readiness, In
Support of Section 654, Title 10, the 1993 Law Stating that Homosexuals are not
Eligible to Serve in the Military,
in the House Armed Services Committee:
If Congress repeals the 1993 statute stating that homosexuals are not eligible to serve in uniform, and the military is ordered to accommodate professed (not discreet) homosexuals, the culture of the military will be radically changed. Recruiters will be directed to accept and even seek out professed homosexuals for induction in all branches of the military.
This means that heterosexuals will be required to live in forced cohabitation with professed (not discreet) homosexuals, on all military bases and ships at sea, on a 24/7 basis. Such a policy would impose new, unneeded burdens of sexual tension on men and women serving in high-pressure working conditions, far from home, that are unlike any occupation in the civilian world.
The real-world issue here is not superficial. Nor is it a Hollywood fantasy portrayed for laughs in a television sitcom. We are talking about human sexuality and the normal, human desire for personal privacy and modesty in sexual matters.
Repealing the 1993 law would be tantamount to forcing female soldiers to cohabit with men in intimate quarters, on all military bases and ships at sea, on a 24/7 basis. Stated in gender-neutral terms, forced cohabitation in military conditions—which offer little or no privacy--would force persons to live with persons who might be sexually attracted to them.
Inappropriate passive/aggressive actions conveying a homosexual message or approach, short of physical touching and assault, will be permitted in all military communities, to include Army and Marine infantry battalions, Special Operations Forces, Navy SEALS, and cramped submarines that patrol the seas for months at a time.
The ensuing sexual tension will hurt discipline and morale, but commanders will not have the power to improve the situation. Individuals whose beliefs and feelings about sexuality are violated by the new policy will have no recourse. The only option will be to avoid or leave the service.
We keep hearing that in the brave new “Will & Grace” world, none of this matters. And yet, it was only a year ago when the nation reacted with universal disapproval of Sen. Larry Craig (R-ID) and 39 others who were arrested for inappropriate behavior in a public but transient place at the Minneapolis airport over a period of three months.
Columnist Michael Medved asked a fair question: “If preventing public sex in airport men’s rooms is important enough to justify the deployment of undercover cops, isn’t it similarly important to deter the sexualization of private facilities in the military?” ...
I encourage you to read the letter from Cynthia Yost, a former Army medical corpsman, who suffered a physical assault by a group of lesbians. Yost wrote that she did not report the assault because she did not want to be accused of racism, which would have derailed her military career.
Yost predicted that if professed homosexuals serve in the military, “An assault like the one I endured would be "de-criminalized," on the grounds that the victim is a “homophobe” if they won't just "relax and enjoy" being sexually assaulted.
Ms. Yost made an additional point. After the sexual assault, one of the lesbians began taking surreptitious photos of her and other female soldiers in the showers─running off and laughing when the victims turned to look. In these days of digital cameras and camera phones with Internet access, such photos could be sent anywhere and everywhere in the world in seconds. ...
The London Telegraph also reported that a British Army officer was severely disciplined just for stating a negative opinion about gays and lesbians in the British military. Is this what we want in our military? Accusations and penalties could become common if gays in the military are given full civil rights status. [Decent service men and women are forced to make-believe that there is nothing wrong with the vile acts of homosexual sodomy.]
I ask again, How would all this turmoil improve readiness, morale, and discipline? ...
[The report is replete with actual cases in the military of homosexual assault, pornography, and homosexual assaults by "gays" that had HIV, and knew it. This is typical homosexual conduct. To save space, I am only listing a few of the examples.]
Lt. Cmdr. John Thomas Lee, a 42 year-old Catholic priest, is a Navy chaplain who tested positive for HIV in 2005. The Washington Post reported on
December 7, 2007, that Lt. Cmdr. Lee pleaded guilty to several serious charges: consensual and forcible sodomy with several men, including a Naval Academy midshipman, an Air Force lieutenant colonel, and a Marine corporal. Lee’s misconduct involved indecent acts, aggravated assault for not informing at least one victim of his contagious HIV status, and conduct unbecoming an officer that was all the more reprehensible because of the betrayal of trust associated with Lee’s status as a priest and chaplain. ...
In another disturbing case reported last year, Pfc. Johnny Lamar Dalton, 25, was charged with assault with a deadly weapon — the HIV virus. The soldier reportedly failed to tell an 18 year-old teenager about his HIV-positive status before they had unprotected, consensual sex. The unnamed young man previously had been HIV-negative. ...
Issues of health and deployability must be considered. Congress has recognized that all soldiers serving in a combat environment are potential blood donors for each other. Therefore, persons found to be HIV-positive are not deployable, but once they are in uniform they must be retained for as long as they are physically able. [Emphasis added.] ...
If the 1993 law is repealed, the armed forces will be pressured to follow the example of
Britainin creating some sort of legal/social status for same-sex couples, and providing quarters for same-sex couples in family housing. ...
Air Force Captain Devery L. Taylor was convicted and sentenced to twenty-eight to fifty years in prison for raping four men, allegedly with date-rape drugs. According to a report in Air Force Times, an investigator interrogating Taylor, now a convicted serial rapist, said that he would not ask any questions about the man’s sexual practices because such questions are not allowed. This statement demonstrated how misunderstandings about the 1993 homosexual conduct law help to create volatile conditions that undermine good order and discipline. Such misconduct should not be considered “off limits” to questioning just because it happens to occur between persons of the same sex. ...
Finally, advocates of gays in the military have vilified retired Marine Gen. Peter Pace, former Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, who expressed his personal views regarding gays in the military and personal morality during an interview on
March 11, 2007. A wave of name calling and demands for an apology ensued, but Gen. Pace had no reason to apologize for a law duly enacted by Congress. ...
D. Recommendations and Conclusion
1. Enforce the 1993 Homosexual Conduct Law ...
Forcing Extreme Danger of HIV and AIDS on Our Military Men and Women
Gay and bisexual men — referred to in CDC surveillance systems as men who have sex with men (MSM) — of all races continue to be the risk group most severely affected by HIV. Additionally, this is the only risk group in the
U.S. in which the annual number of new HIV infections is increasing. ...
[T]he rate of new HIV diagnoses among MSM [homosexual men] in the
U.S. is more than 44 times that of other [heterosexual] men ... .
The deadly HIV virus, and resulting AIDS, can be contracted in a number of ways. Established ways are through the contact of saliva or blood of a contaminated person, as well as through sexual relations. A very common way is through blood transfusions. Not all of the ways that this deadly virus may be contracted are known. There are established cases where people have contracted the disease, and the way in which it was done was not determined, but the common ways named were ruled out. A great many homosexuals have intentionally infected others with HIV. In any event, our service men and women should not be forced into the close relationship with homosexuals that comes through military life, particularly in the field, where many have had do such things as share small tents and shelters together.
Homosexuals introduced the deadly AIDS virus into this country and spread it among themselves and to innocent people. They have done a terrible damage to themselves, and to innocent people who are not homosexuals. They contaminated blood supplies, sometimes intentionally, and were the cause of many completely innocent people dying of AIDS. Thousands of their victims were innocent children with hemophilia, who had to have blood transfusions to live, and who had done nothing to deserve the terrible death inflicted upon them. I know of no other time in history when such devastation has been caused by such intentional vile and despicable acts. Yet, instead of being given the condemnation they deserve, they have been praised by our liberal news media and politicians.
A very high percentage of homosexuals, today, are infected with HIV. And there is no way to even tell for sure whether a person has HIV. The statistics of the Center for Disease Control, referred to above, are therefore conservative. This presents an extreme and deadly danger that would be particularly incurred in combat situations, where a person immediately needs a blood transfusion from an available comrade. Actually, in the usual case there would be no time for testing for HIV, even if there were dependable tests.
There has always been a "negative window" of time in which a person contracts the HIV virus, and can pass it on to others, and no test will determine with any certainty whether or not the person has the virus. This window of time has been assessed at anywhere from three months to three years. Even now there is no test that can positively detect the HIV (AIDS) virus. The Federal Food and Drug Administration states: "Blood donor testing using current advanced technologies has greatly reduced the risk of HIV transmission but cannot yet detect all infected donors or prevent all transmission by transfusions." For that reason, under federal regulation, homosexuals are prohibited from donating blood. However, the homosexuals are continually fighting to have that regulation removed. All you have to do is do a Google search (use: homosexual +blood donor), and you will find many articles by homosexuals advocating that this be changed, and calling it "discrimination." The intent of these people is criminal. They want to drag everyone down to their level, including having everyone as disease contaminated as they are. Homosexuals who want to do things that they know will give AIDS to innocent people are worse than just mentally sick – they are evil and criminal.
I also consider it criminal for our President Obama and the Democrat congress to force this danger on our men and women serving us in the armed forces of this country.
It would be a terrible disgrace to America, and very destructive to our military services, if the immoral conditions and inherent dangers of open homosexuals in the military are forced on our young men and women in the service of this country.
 Homosexuality: Good and Right in the Eyes of God?, by F. Earle Fox and David W. Virtue, Emmaus Ministries (2d Ed. 2002), p. 198 (This book and information may also be found online at http://books.google.com/books?id=cbfVg_1qhe0C&pg=PT50&lpg=PT50&dq=%22homosexuality:+good+and+right+in+the+eyes+of+god%3F%22&source=bl&ots=aDYac0Y-Ht&sig=CgQAnfsWr5ELlYaBk8qiLzKza7U&hl=en&ei=wsppS6G-BpXKsAP79MGdBQ&sa=X&oi=book_result&ct=result&resnum=1&ved=0CAcQ6AEwAA#v=onepage&q=&f=false);
 Police Review Horse Death, 12-03, 12-10, 2008. http://www.news24.com/Content/World/News/1073/82cf84a9dd2b4fb5ab7bf9946ccc7779/10-12-2008-12-03/Police_review_horse_death
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