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MassResistance Special Report on repeal of "Don't Ask Don't Tell" -- what you need to know:

POSTED: Dec 20, 2010

1. CONGRESS VOTES TO HOMOSEXUALIZE US MILITARY. Scott Brown abandons his pro-family base and votes with Democrats.

We can't over-emphasize the terrible thing that's happening to America.

In an historic display of corruption and sleaze, the Democrat-controlled US House and Senate -- along with Republican Scott Brown and other RINOs -- effectively voted to repeal "Don't Ask Don't Tell," with the US Senate vote Saturday. This opens the door to public integration of homosexuality (and even transgenderism) into the US Armed Forces. It will be a change of monumental destructive proportions. It was immediately celebrated throughout the liberal media.

Banner headline as Boston Globe and liberal media celebrate.

Sub-headlines: "Repeal of rule signals trend toward tolerance. Scott Brown one of six to break GOP ranks."

The margin of victory came from Congressmen and Senators who had already been defeated in the Nov. 2 elections, thrown out of office largely because of their support for Obama's radical left-wing agenda. In a cowardly last-ditch jab at America, they rushed it through in a lame-duck session, knowing that the new Congress which begins in a few weeks would never pass it.

They knew full well that the majority of Americans greatly oppose this agenda. All 31 states which voted on "gay marriage" have defeated it, many by large margins.

But particularly outrageous was Sen. Scott Brown, the newly elected Republican from Massachusetts who was swept into office by pro-family and Tea Party support, vowing he'd be the "41st vote" against the Obama agenda and would oppose the DADT repeal. Brown completely abandoned his base and his campaign promises, and blatantly voted to homosexualize the military.

Top military leaders rallying for homosexualilty

But even worse, our top military leaders, including the Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff and Secretary of Defense, aggressively supported integrating homosexuality into the US military and actively lobbied members of Congress to repeal DADT. (It's a sad testament to the mental state of the people running our military. We're only lucky this wacky bunch wasn't in charge during WWII.)

As part of that effort, days before the vote Pentagon released a 266-page report, cited by Brown and others, that included a survey saying that a majority of military personnel have worked successfully with "LGBT" servicemen. But the report is has numerous flaws, biases, and skewed research, and the survey is widely criticized for not asking direct questions about the repeal, and asking mostly non-combat people. Other surveys show that combat troops were overwhelmingly against the repeal.

What they didn't talk about

As expected, this was celebrated in the gushing liberal media: in the newspapers, on TV, on the radio, and on the web. "A great civil rights victory," etc., etc.

Of course, there's one aspect of DADT that the media, the military, and Congress didn't talk about.

Ironically, this comes just weeks after the latest deluge of the massive WikiLeaks scandal -- called one of the greatest security breeches in US history. Hundreds of thousands of classified documents were make public by a homosexual in the Army who was enraged at the military's "anti-gay" DADT policy!  (See MassResistance report here.)

An inconvenient truth. The massive WikiLeaks betrayal was done by an angry homosexual activist in the US Army, shown here at a homosexual event. Get ready for more of this enraged behavior.

The fact that this was done by an angry homosexual activist in the US military has been virtually ignored by the entire mainstream media and just about all the conservative media. Nor were any members of Congress, either Republican or Democrat, willing to bring that up.

2. WHAT IT MEANS: Massive triumph for homosexual movement. Unbelievable changes to US military.

What does this all mean? This is poised to change the US military in ways that are extremely profound. The homosexualization of the schools will be nothing compared to what the homosexual movement is about to do in the military. "Tolerance" is just the first step toward diversity training and forced acceptance of the whole range of homosexual and transgender behaviors. The ensuing moral breakdown, medical issues, and psychological chaos and its effect on the world's most powerful military force can barely be imagined right now.

You think the "gay pride week" activities are bad? You think that homosexual movement's aggressive vitriol against traditional values and those who hold them is frightening now? Wait until a generation of "gay" military officers and commanders are in charge. There will be no stopping it.


Is this down the road? These two men were among the marchers in the 2010 Boston Gay Pride Parade. "Tolerance and respect" are coming to the US military. [MassResistance photos]


And as we reported earlier, on "World AIDS Day," earlier this month the Massachusetts homosexual lobby group MassEquality admitted this in an email to their supporters:

Gay and bisexual men continue to be among the hardest hit by this epidemic in the United States. They are 44 times more likely than the general population to become HIV positive, and an estimated one in five gay and bisexual men living in urban areas who frequent gay bars and nightclubs are HIV positive. Rates of HIV infection among Black gay and bisexual men are twice as high as those of white gay and bisexual men.

With open homosexuality being supported in the close quarters of the military, what do YOU think will happen? Another result: Enlisted personnel (and veterens') medical costs will rise considerably.

How their activists see it: As we've reported, at the homosexual GLSEN conference held in Somerville this past March, there was a workshop on repealing "Don't Ask Don't Tell." (We had someone there in attendance.) It was very revealing. In that workshop one homosexual serviceman talked about men having sex with each other in the barracks -- and the officers looking the other way. They saw this as progress, which the repeal of DADT will accelerate. Most of our "leaders" who are pushing this have no idea what they're in for.

Military moving forward to integrate homosexuality

The military leadership has already made it clear that their attitude will be very aggressive. Last month Adm. Mike Mullen, chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, announced that military people who have a problem with homosexuality are free to find another job, or may not want to join the service to begin with. He added that the military would treat homosexuality "with respect" and that soldiers who ask for separate berthing or shower facilities will probably not be accommodated and instead might want to quit. And this is just the beginning.

Today the Associated Press quoted military experts saying that "Pretty much all the heated discussion is over and now it's a matter of the more mundane aspects of implementing the law" and that there would likely be immediate "training and education" -- in other words, forced homosexual diversity training.  The article goes on to say:

Marine Corps Commandant Gen. James Amos, who had argued against the policy change, said in a statement Sunday the Corps "will step out smartly to faithfully implement this new policy" and that he would "personally lead this effort, thus ensuring the respect and dignity due all Marines."

In the old days they talked about "God and country."  Now it's just "we'll just follow the rules and keep getting our paychecks."

Massive social experiment . . . and a predictable reaction

Even now the the military is becoming the butt of "gay" jokes, bringing to light the obvious issues surrounding homosexual behavior.  And with good reason. This is a social experiment of massive proportions. The US military is a unique kind of organization and homosexuality has myriad innate, destructive issues.

Get ready for more of this . . . It's not just a joke anymore.

VIDEO: Military fairy (Monty Python classic)

VIDEO: The new US Marines

VIDEO: The gay Army

Unfortunately, what will actually happen is very serious. Do Scott Brown and his new friends really care?

3. HOW IT HAPPENED - Part I: Huge behind-the-scenes campaign by homosexual movement.

This one was obviously in the tank for a while. Minutes after the US Senate voted for the repeal of "Don't Ask Don't Tell," the Capitol Hill news agency Roll Call published a photo of Sen. Joe Lieberman and Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid with Joe Solmonese, president of the national homosexual lobby group Human Rights Campaign, leaving Reid's office to hold a news conference about the repeal of policy.

The smoking gun. From left, Sen. Joe Lieberman, Human Rights Campaign President Joe Solmonese (a Massachusetts native), and Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid leave Reid's office after Saturday's US Senate vote to hold a news conference. [Roll Call photo]

This clearly did not happen by accident. It was a result of a massive, sophisticated campaign by the national and local homosexual lobbies.

At the very top, the head of the nation's largest homosexual lobby group was working hand in glove with the US Senate leadership on this. Most pro-family groups had no clue this was going on.

And that was just the very tip of the iceberg. This was a huge, extremely sophisticated, well-funded, and largely behind-the-scenes months-long pressure and propaganda campaign directed at key members of Congress that worked perfectly. It involved thousands of homosexual activists and left-wing allies. From what we've seen, it was done in conjunction with statewide homosexual groups and other national groups, including the ACLU.

As we've already reported, Scott Brown was the target of a (successful) intensive ten-month lobbying campaign by the Massachusetts and national groups, which started about a month after he was elected. And in the end, Brown caved in completely and abandoned his friends, supporters, and (supposed) principles.

No holds barred. This full-page ad in the Boston Herald from the homosexual Human Rights Campaign appeared on Nov. 15, 2010, when the DADT repeal was an amendment to the "National Defense Authorization Act."

It was obviously meant to influence Sen. Scott Brown.

This campaign was up and running since at least early 2009. By June 2009, they already had a well-staffed booth in Boston's Fanueil Hall Marketplace during Gay Pride Week. There was obviously a lot of money behind it from the beginning. Unfortunately, the pro-family movement wasn't paying attention, barely had a clue what was happening and is only now piecing together what hit them.

Getting serious early. This booth was set up in Boston's Fanueil Hall marketplace during "Gay Pride Week," June 2009.

Note the "Lift the Ban" T-shirts worn by staffers standing in front of table.

[MassResistance photo]

On top of that, no one imagined that the current US military leadership would become so passionately pro-homosexual and actually support the homosexual lobby's push for the repeal. By the time they issued their phony "Pentagon report," we simply didn't know how to react. And we did not imagine that our politicians would then go to such extraordinary lengths, in the light of national opinion, to push this.

But even if we had figured it all out, what would we have been able to do?  

Homosexual activists in MassEquality's downtown Boston headquarters phone-banking Scott Brown's offices on Dec. 1 -- two days before he announced his formal support for repeal of DADT.  [Bay Windows photo]

4. HOW IT HAPPENED - Part II: Continuing failure of pro-family & conservative movement.

This represents a huge failure of the pro-family and conservative movements. And in our opinion, it is a structural, endemic problem that will only get worse unless an entirely new approach is taken.

How was this able to happen? There's plenty of blame to go around:

  • The conservative media wouldn't talk about it. If our side isn't upset about it, what's the big deal? With a few exceptions (such as Ann Coulter and Michael Savage) the conservative media took a dive on this. Fox News ignored it almost completely, probably because even at Fox many homosexuals work in key news positions. And Fox commentators such as Glenn Beck, Judge Napolitano, and Bill O'Reilly are social libertarians who actually support much of the homosexual agenda. From what we saw, the overall coverage of Fox was probably more pro-repeal than against it.

    Most of the talk show hosts, both local and national, treaded lightly if at all. The National Review and the Weekly Standard? Gone south a long time ago. Human Events and Townhall? Very little of any substance. On the other hand, the liberal media was 110% on board. That made a big difference.
  • Conservative money people won't fund effective counter-action. On the Left the big money flows to the radical, cutting-edge groups first. Even when he was starting out, Saul Alinsky never had a problem raising as much money as he needed. Nor do today's homosexual and transgender groups. The Left feeds their front lines first, and well. But rich conservative donors think differently. They're generally afraid of controversy and unsophisticated about political warfare. So they invest in moderate, button-down groups that are less aggressive and with a less threatening message and who are willing to compromise. That's why our side almost always gets creamed. There are no bold George Soroses on the Right. Cutting-edge conservative groups in America usually eventually starve to death -- while the bland mainstream groups thrive, but accomplish little. That's been a pattern for over sixty years and probably won't change soon. It's nearly impossible to counter the Human Rights Campaign or MassEquality without at least some funding.
  • Mainstream pro-family groups water down the message and compromise the fight. Most pro-family and pro-life groups in America (and in Massachusetts) either stay away completely from the graphic details of the homosexual issue, or have moderated their rhetoric to be largely mush. They talk about being "tolerant" of homosexual behavior, and how everyone's choice must be "respected." They court the liberal media with their "reasonable, moderate" quotes on current issues. But worse, they regularly join the left in marginalizing those pro-family activists with a strong message or aggressive tactics.

    In addition, they endorse pro-choice or anti-family politicians, hoping they will "come around" as a result This happened in the case of Scott Brown, who was publicly pro-choice but got huge support from two large Massachusetts pro-family/pro-life groups. All this does is send a strong message to everyone that they don't have to take us seriously.

    Our biggest day-to-day problem in this struggle is NOT the homosexual groups. It's the "nice" but well-funded pro-family and pro-life groups in Massachusetts who want to be liked by the politicians and media -- and who actively undermine our work at every opportunity for their own benefit.
  • "Conservative" political consultants push Republicans to the left. Many Republican politicians such as Scott Brown do not have major-league political instincts or strong principles, so they increasingly depend on paid "conservative" consultants to tell them what to do. Brown uses mostly Romney people, and they've apparently advised him that being liked by the Boston media and playing to Ted Kennedy's old socially liberal base is a good way to get re-elected. Well, that almost never works. Republicans win by showing the voters how their ideas are better, not by pretending to be a liberal. Given a choice, voters will usually pick the real liberal, not the phony one. Brown has managed to become persona non grata throughout most of his base. In 2012, as soon as a strong well-connected leftist like US Rep Mike Capuono (or someone like him) starts running against him, Brown will get steamrolled.
  • "Conservative" Congressmen and Senators won't talk about homosexuality. Only about us being "in two wars," etc. They're basically afraid of the issue. So we lose the debates before they start.

Unfortunately, these problems probably won't be solved any time soon. So we need to come up with a way to effectively work around them.

5. WHAT DO WE DO NOW: Start by abandoning what doesn't work.

This was definitely the watershed. Last week when it became obvious that the "Don't Ask Don't Tell" fight would be lost, we immediately realized that this whole movement needed to start over. And it needs to happen quickly.

So we began the process of talking to key people here and across the country. That includes thinking through the paradigm of what this movement is doing wrong and what needs to happen to turn this around. Also: What was there about our successes that made them succeed? What was there about our failures that caused them to fail? How can we overcome our limitations?

It's starting to come together, but there's more work to do. We want to broaden the conversation to those of you who are interested. (Let us know.) By mid to late January we plan to have something we can move forward with.

But there are a few things we can talk about right now. It's regarding our attitude. Most mainstream conservative groups look at themselves as "the loyal opposition" to the liberal political establishment. (This goes back to William F. Buckley.) And they view the homosexual movement (and the Left in general) as simply their adversaries in a political battle. We're serious, but polite and reasonable and moderate. And the Left loves it when we think that way because it's the psychology of losing. We take that view because it's easy and it's more compatible with our nature. And what's really going on is too frightening for us to deal with, so we subconsciously put the ugly truths aside.

Acknowledging what we're really up against

But we all know the truth. This isn't a political disagreement. Whether we like it or not, we are being subjugated by people with a destructive and dehumanizing worldview. From the politicians in Congress imposing "Don't Ask Don't Tell" down to the sex-ed activists in local public schools who terrorized David Parker over teaching homosexuality to his six-year-old son, these people have become obsessed with creating a kind of secular utiopia in one form or another which they have decided will make everyone's life better, and therefore it must be imposed on everyone who doesn't agree, for their own good.

In doing so, these people believe that the ends justify the means. They are willing to use any manner of lies or vicious tactics to win. It's not an exaggeration to say that anything they can get away with, they will do, and that constitutions, laws, and morality are meaningless to them. They see us as less than human and they see themselves as superior -- as we have all experienced countless times. In that respect they are similar to the Communists and even the Nazis -- it's the same basic totalitarian mindset. And they've been winning in America for decades.

Thus, to turn it back we aren't fighting a "political battle." We are taking on a counter-revolution, much like what happened in the old Soviet Union and Eastern Europe in the late 1980s. When those people finally understood and internalized that, they began to move mountains. That's the starting point for us to do the same. Think about it.