With the repeal of the Clinton era “Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell” policy allowing gays to quietly serve in America’s armed forces, the politically correct goons in the Department of Defense are working to silence any opposition to the gay agenda. Military Chaplains are being silenced. Soldiers are being taught to equate Christians with extremists and racists who preach violence against non-believers.
The Chaplain Alliance for Religious Liberty sent a letter to the House Armed Services Committee, warning that Military Chaplains are being threatened by higher brass to keep quiet about their opposition to homosexual marriages. The organization has pointed out that in some cases, Chaplain military careers have been damaged; and at least one man of the cloth was told to resign. Despite denial from a Pentagon spokesman, the reality of Chaplains in the field proves otherwise. After all, the Commander in Chief opposes any freedom of religion protections for chaplains or troops.
A recent incident involved military personnel identifying Christians and Jews as extremists or members of a hate group. A U.S. Army Instructor identified members of Christian and Jewish groups as extremists, equating them with al-Qaeda and the Ku Klux Klan! Despite denials from the Pentagon that this was indeed Army policy, the mere fact that it was part of a lesson plan should raise flags. After all, the instructor was using training materials supplied by the US Army. Where the Army obtained them is another story. Maybe they were on sale by the Southern Poverty Law Center.
An Army Lt. Col. from Ft. Campbell, Kentucky sent an e-mail to subordinates warning that any Christian groups that oppose homosexuality are hate groups and to “look out” for troops that may support these groups. To quote the colonel, “they aren’t upholding Army values.” Really? Is this man’s Army no longer allowed to honor God and Country?
General George Washington was a religious man who wanted to side with divine providence. In order to ensure the Blessings of God, he required that the Army have Chaplains. Today, it appears that the military of General Dempsey–with advice from the gay and Muslim communities–is quietly trying to disband the Chaplain corps.