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Since "Don't Ask Don't Tell" was repealed, male-on-male rape has become epidemic in the U.S. Military.
POSTED: September 19, 2014
In late 2010, Congress used a lame-duck session -- after the November elections -- to overturn "Don't Ask Don't Tell", the de facto ban on open homosexual behavior in the US military. Even prominent Republicans caved in. US Senator Scott Brown not only voted for it but bragged about voting for it in his television commercials when he ran for re-election. In 2012, while running for president, Mitt Romney told reporters that the repeal was working fine and he would not attempt to reverse it. MassResistance and others, however, had predicted that it would lead to terrible consequences.
This week Bryan Fischer has written a devastating article revealing what the politicians in both parties are now afraid to talk about.
CAUTION: DISTURBING DESCRIPTIONS
Male-On-Male Rape Epidemic in Obama’s Pro-Deviancy Military
One of the things we predicted when the infamous crime against nature was dropped as a bar to military service was an inevitable descent into moral and sexual debauchery in our armed forces.
And we were right.
Homosexual conduct is immoral, unnatural and unhealthy. There are a host of pathologies associated with male homosexual conduct, including random, promiscuous, anonymous sex, a highly elevated risk of HIV/AIDS and a proclivity toward sexual violence.
This is not a lifestyle any rational society, let alone its military, should embrace or support.
Now we are getting more information about just how twisted and dangerous this lifestyle is.
According to the Daily Mail, a prominent newspaper in the UK, male on male rape in the United States military is reaching epidemic proportions.
Absorb this tragic excerpt:
Read that again. A man who enlists in the United States military is ten times more likely to be on the receiving end of sexual abuse than if he remains in the civilian population. The risk of being raped jumps a staggering 1,000 percent.
Our military has become a playground for sexual predators, a veritable smorgasbord of victims for homosexuals on the prowl.
It would be stupendously stupid not to accept the plain fact that, as the public becomes aware of these sordid and tragic realities, recruitment, retention, readiness and morale will plummet.
Here are some excerpts from this article:
Because sodomy is now a most-favored sexual proclivity in President Obama’s military, male victims of rape have no one to tell without placing their military careers in jeopardy.
And they have a vanishingly small chance of getting justice if they do complain. “[T]he military justice system…has only convicted 7 per cent of all MSP cases that go to trial, which is why an estimated 81 percent of victims never even report.”
In other words, in 2012 there were almost certainly more than the 14,200 male-on-male rapes that we know about. Our military has become a cesspool of homosexual degeneracy.
“Meanwhile,” concludes the Daily Mail, “the victims continue to suffer in silence.”
Here’s what GQ says on this subject:
And according to GQ:
A weakened, enervated, morally eviscerated military compromises its ability to do its job and it makes us all less safe.
Bottom line: it is long past time to reinstate the ban against homosexuality in the United States military. Our national security depends upon it.
When we become afraid to discuss this issue properly, and when we allow our politicians to do the same, this is what happens.