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« on: May 28, 2010, 02:02:53 am »

 Saving Soldiers from Gay Death     
Written by Cliff Kincaid   
Thursday, 27 May 2010 13:12

There is a simple reason why the gay rights lobby is trying to rush through repeal of the Pentagons homosexual exclusion policy. They know that a comprehensive review of a proposed change would disclose the substantial evidence that admission of open and active homosexuals would put our troops in further danger through exposure to tainted blood. In fact, evidence to this effect is already in the hands of top military commanders and Pentagon officers.
The Pentagon understands that 19,000 soldiers already have HIV/AIDS and that some -- if not most -- came down with the deadly disease through prohibited gay sexual conduct. It is common sense that opening the ranks to open and active homosexuals would only increase this problem.

Heres another critical fact that a comprehensive review would disclose --there is no blood test that can be guaranteed to screen HIV and other deadly diseases out of the blood supply once the gay males, who are currently prohibited from donating blood, are welcomed into the services.

Meantime, Peter Sprigg of the Family Research Council reports in a blockbuster new study that the evidence indicates that a disproportionate number of assaults in the military are committed by homosexuals.

The evidence, in short, already demonstrates a significant problem of homosexual misconduct in the Armed Forces, even though such behavior is supposed to be prohibited.

Oblivious to the demonstrated need to tighten up rather than loosen the current policy, the Washington Post has editorialized in favor of a quick congressional vote, saying it is reprehensible to keep homosexuals out of the military. One of the Posts leading editorial writers, Jonathan Capehart, is a homosexual activist who used to cover gay sex clubs.

The gay rights lobby is labeling as offensive a new video that exposes homosexual misconduct in the Armed Forces and wants it taken down from YouTube. They have not pinpointed one factual inaccuracy in the film or in the heavily documented 60-page report by Dale OLeary that forms the basis of it.

Their desperation is being guided by the realization that male homosexual conduct is directly linked to tainted blood and deadly diseases such as HIV/AIDS, and that no cure or vaccine has yet been found.

They dont want the public to learn about cases such as Johnnie Lamar Dalton, a soldier who came down with HIV and then infected a boy he met in a gay online chat room. Dalton went to prison, but homosexuals in the Armed Forces coming down with HIV/AIDS cost at least $18,000-$20,000 a year per patient.

A comprehensive review, which would also take into account the views of our soldiers currently fighting two wars, was promised to our troops before any legislative action was to be taken. The comprehensive review was to be completed by December and was part of the questionable deal that Defense Secretary Robert Gates made in order to accommodate President Obamas irresponsible campaign pledge to admit open gays, no matter what the consequences to military readiness, order, and discipline.

The promise to our troops would be broken if the Congress votes now to admit open and active homosexuals into the ranks.

The gays and their allies, however, dont care about the troops. They want their rights and they want them now. They simply dont care if a premature policy change causes thousands of our soldiers to leave the Armed Forces in disgust and dismay and thousands more never to sign up because they dont want to room or shower with individuals sexually attracted to them.

When the gays realized that the November elections would probably mean more conservatives being elected to Congress and more opposition to repeal of the policy, they decided to accelerate their demands and called on their congressional allies, led by Senator Carl Levin, chairman of the Senate Armed Services Committee, to move up the schedule. That is why Congress is right now in the midst of debating this far-reaching policy change.

In short, Gates and our troops have had the rug pulled out from under them. When the vote was moved up to the present time, Gates could have resigned in protest. But he decided to go along with the campaign to force open homosexuals into the ranks.

While Gates is reluctantly joining the liberal politicians and Obama himself in playing politics with soldiers lives, top military commanders are remaining firm in their opposition to a premature and reckless change in policy without all of the evidence being gathered and evaluated.

Senator John McCain, top Republican on the Senate Armed Services Committee, is proving to be a true profile in courage in the current circumstances. He has assembled the views of our top commanders on his web site and is leading the opposition to what Levin and the others are trying to do.

McCain notes that the four Service Chiefs -- General George W. Casey, Jr, U.S. Army; Admiral G. Roughead, U.S. Navy; General James T. Conway, Commandant of the U.S. Marine Corps; and General Norton A. Schwartz, U.S. Air Force -- have again stated their position that a comprehensive review must be completed before any legislative action is taken to repeal the homosexual exclusion policy known as Dont Ask Dont Tell (DADT).

General Casey tells McCain that repealing the law before the completion of the review will be seen by the men and women of the Army as a reversal of our commitment to hear their views before moving forward.

General Schwartz says, I believe it is important, a matter of keeping faith with those currently serving in the Armed Forces, that the Secretary of Defense commissioned review be completed before there is any legislation to repeal the DA/DT law. Such action allows me to provide the best military advice to the President, and sends an important signal to our Airmen and their families that their opinion matters.

They are exactly correct, of course. What they may not realize is that the promise to our troops and their families is being broken because the liberal politicians are more committed to the gay rights agenda than the survival of our troops in battle. Our troops have become cannon fodder in the gay rights campaign to force their views and acceptance on the rest of us. The rights of gays are now supposed to take precedence over our soldiers lives.

A matter of life and death, gay males cant donate blood but Levin and his allies want them in the service anyway, put in a position where they could be called upon to donate blood and could bleed on their fellow soldiers.

While the gay rights lobby and their backers in the George Soros-funded Center for American Progress smear anybody drawing attention to this problem as a hate-monger, the facts are the facts. Their real agenda is censorship of the truth about the health hazards of the gay lifestyle.

The civilian sector is not immune to this kind of special interest politics. The Obama Administration, working with the same liberal politicians pushing repeal of DADT, is also considering lifting the ban on gay men donating blood. That means that civilians could soon be facing the same deadly threat now stalking our soldiers on the

Cliff Kincaid is the Editor of Accuracy in Media, and can be contacted at
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« Reply #1 on: May 28, 2010, 02:05:08 am »

WARNING: this report includes graphic descriptions of homosexual activities

Report Exposes Unacceptable Risks of Changing Pentagon's Homosexual Exclusion Policy

In a new blockbuster 60-page report that could affect the on-going debate over gays in the military, writer and researcher Dale O'Leary documents why the proposed admission of open and active homosexuals -- and other persons with various "gender identity" problems and disorders -- threatens and would undermine the military culture.

The report, "Asking for Trouble: How Admitting Open Homosexuals to the U.S. Armed Forces Will Undermine Military Readiness, Order, and Discipline," has been issued by the public policy group, America's Survival, Inc., headed by veteran journalist Cliff Kincaid.

"This report argues convincingly that a change in the policy would risk the lives of our troops," says Kincaid. "In effect, a change in policy would put our soldiers in a confrontation with another deadly enemy" "not the homosexuals themselves, but the health problems and life-threatening diseases associated with their lifestyles."

The report demonstrates that: 

    * Numerous large well-designed studies have found that gay men and lesbians are far more likely than the general public to have a number of psychological disorders.
    * Men who have sex with men are at high risk for contracting HIV/AIDS or some other sexually transmitted diseases. In spite of years of safe sex education, unsafe behavior is actually increasing.
    * Gay men and women are far more likely to have substance abuse problems.
    * Cruising, bathhouses, circuit parties, Internet hookups, prostitution, pornography, and Tearoom sex are all defended by gay men as essential to their identity and freedom.
    * Changing the rules on sexual minorities or sexual orientation could open the door to the transgendered and transsexuals.

Given that the military has, at present, no problem recruiting, the risk of admitting openly homosexual and bisexually-orientated persons far outweighs the benefits. To admit persons into the military with Gender Identity Disorder, the transgendered, and the self-identified "gender queer" would cause massive problems and undermine unit cohesion, readiness, and war-fighting capability.
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« Reply #2 on: May 28, 2010, 02:07:35 am »

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What follows is the executive summary of the new report, "Asking for Trouble: How Admitting Open Homosexuals to the U.S. Armed Forces Will Undermine Military Readiness, Order, and Discipline."

Executive Summary

The next G.I. Joe?

Persons who self identify as gay, lesbian, bisexual, or some other sexual minority constitute less than 3% of the population. However, the majority of these would be disqualified from military service because of psychological disorders, drug use, alcohol abuse, STDs, and conduct unbecoming a member of the military.

Several large, well-designed studies have found significant differences between gays and lesbians and the general public -- differences that could negatively affect military readiness, order, discipline, and the ability of recruits to deal with stresses inherent in military service.

Gays and lesbians are far more likely to suffer from a number of psychological disorders, have problems with substance abuse, and a history of suicidal ideation and attempts. In one study, 67.9% of the homosexually active reported suicidal ideation and 32.1% had made a suicide attempt. A follow up study concluded that: "Gay/lesbian participants reported more acute mental health symptoms than heterosexual people and their general mental health was poorer.

Gay/lesbian people more frequently reported acute physical symptoms and chronic conditions than heterosexual people." A meta-analysis of articles on the mental health of lesbian, gay, and bisexual people found that, "LGB people are at higher risk of mental disorder, suicidal ideation, substance misuse, and deliberate self harm than heterosexual people."

Lesbian women are more likely than other women to suffer from a number of psychological disorders. According to a study done in the U.S., 43.7% of lesbian women were positive for at least one psychological disorder during a 12-month period; 33.5% had major depression. Another study found that 51% seriously considered committing suicide at some time in the past.

Gay men are far more likely than other men to be infected with one or more sexually transmitted diseases (STDs). Although they constitute no more than 1.5% of the adult population, they account for half of the new cases of HIV infection and the rate of infections among young gay men is increasing.

To self-identify or "come out" as a gay man or a lesbian has ramifications beyond sexual preference. It involves joining a community of persons with sexual mores that differ substantially from those of the military community. Adultery is prohibited by the military; however, the overwhelming majority of gay men and a significant percentage of lesbian women have open relationships, that is the couple agrees to allow one or both partners to engage in sexual relationships outside the partnership. Gay men frequently engage in "threesomes."

Gay men are more likely to have multiple sexual partners even if in a "committed relationship;" to have sex with virtual strangers who are part of a community with a high rate of sexually transmitted diseases and once infected with one STD become more susceptible to other STDs; to indulge in drugs and alcohol before sex, behavior which lowers inhibition and increases risk taking; to use drugs such as **** so as to be able to engage in multiple sexual acts during the same evening; and to belong to a culture which sexual pleasure is the highest value.

A member of the military, who embraces the military culture with all that entails, will be alienated from the dominant gay culture in which the desire to cruise for sexual partners on the Internet and post **** pictures of their private parts, to engage in unprotected sex with multiple partners in public places while high on drugs and alcohol, and to have "open" relationships is seen not only as the essence of what it means to be "gay" but as a model for the larger society.

Changing DADT carries other risks. Because the desire to be the other sex is considered by some to be a "sexual orientation" and because the "transgendered" are classified as "sexual minorities," any legislation to change DADT that included references to "sexual orientation," "sexual minorities," "gender identity," "gender variant," or "gender expression," in addition to references to homosexual and bisexual, could force the military to accept men and women suffering from Gender Identity Disorder, sometimes referred to as "transgendered." Such men and women want to appear in public as the other sex, and may or may not have had surgery to change their appearance. "It is widely accepted that transsexualism represents a fundamental disorder in a person's sense of self." Dr. Paul McHugh of John Hopkins regards accommodating such persons' demand for surgical change as "fundamentally cooperating with a mental illness."

Given the uncontroverted evidence of the problems experienced by the majority of homosexual persons, the risks involved in admitting openly homosexual and bisexual persons in the military clearly outweigh any benefits.
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« Reply #3 on: May 28, 2010, 02:12:39 am »

Read the full 60-page report (PDF) here.
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« Reply #4 on: May 28, 2010, 02:13:32 am »

Members of tomorrow's Army?
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