By Theodore Shoebat
Homosexual activists want to remove any military chaplain who opposes homosexuality. A homosexual advocate is now pushing for this type of tyranny. I did a whole video on this:
Just read this latest story:
Christian chaplains opposing same-sex relationships are being asked by a homosexual advocate to be removed from the United States Armed Forces.
In a strongly worded opinion piece published on the Daily Kos website following the Supreme Court decision allowing same-sex marriage throughout the country, Mikey Weinstein of the Military Religious Freedom Foundation (MRFF) even described chaplains who practise their Christian faith and object to homosexuality as “losers.”
In his editorial piece, Weinstein said “the only honourable thing that these losers can do is to fold up their uniforms, turn in their papers, and get the [expletive] out of the American military chaplaincy.”
“If they are unwilling or too cowardly to do so, then the Department of Defense must expeditiously cleanse itself of the intolerant filth that insists on lingering in the ranks of our armed forces,” he added.
Weinstein also implied that Christian chaplains who oppose same-sex marriage are promoting “Christian fundamentalism.”
“Imagine the grinding teeth and anguished moans emanating from the benighted quarters of Christian fundamentalism within the US military! What will become of their once-ironclad dominance of fundamentalist Christian privilege within the Department of Defense?” the gay advocate said.
He also accused Christian military chaplains of bigotry and prejudice against homosexuals.
“What truly troubles these cretinous sentinels of vile prejudice and hate-mongering bigotry is the fact that this ruling will go down historically as the watershed moment which may indeed shatter the spine of the Religious Right in the US military, whose prior vise-like grip over the chaplaincy has formed the key obstacle to social progress within the Armed Forces,” Weinstein said.
There are several reason as to why the homosexuals want to create a godless military. There is a demonic conspiracy involved here. The make the military absence of any Christian influence would cripple the military both morally and spiritually. The great majority of soldiers are religious, especially Christian. To some how enervate orthodox Christian influence in the military would weaken the religious morale and the spiritual guidance they so love.
But I believe the source of this diabolical plan is far greater, that it comes from an aspiration that desires to bring about a much older and more sinister evil: the exultation of the homosexual warrior in pagan antiquity (click here to learn more). Amongst the Samurai and the Greeks, for example, there was a spiritually dark adulation for the homosexual Samurai, who would be sodomized by his master, and with this bond for to the death in his honor.
Homosexuals in the military are a minority, and yet they are being given more rights than the majority Christian soldiers. Why such a focus on such a minority? Because the sodomite elites want to construct an idea of the elevated homosexual warrior, who goes against the perceived ‘boring’ and ‘old’ ideas of Christianity. This is my hunch.
Now, I would like to present to you some interesting information on chaplains in US history. Military chaplains are both a very significant and intricate pare of US history. From the American Revolution to now, chaplains serve as spiritual guides who help uplift the spirits of the soldiers, both in morally and in morale.
Ask yourself this question, when was the highest causality rate of military chaplains in US history? It was in the American Revolution, which shows that in the birth pains of America’s nativity, there were the chaplains, and at this period — which is the most significant — the chaplains were at their most sacrificial state. This shows how instrumental the chaplains are in the spirit of America. As Retired Col. John W. Brinsfield, US Army Chaplain Corps historian, said:
In July 1775, the Second Constitutional Congress voted to pay chaplains $20 a month … just above first lieutenants.
At that time there was no authorized uniform, no supervisory chaplain, no doctrine for chaplains. These ministers
showed up at an encampment of the Continental Army and volunteered to be a chaplain for a unit. Of the 218 that served in the Continental Army, about 25 were killed or died in the Revolution. That’s 11 percent – the highest casualty rate we ever had in the chaplain corps.
George Washington did not shun away the chaplain from guiding the soldiers morally, but rather encouraged the moral guidance of the chaplains upon the soldiers. He didn’t do this for secular reasons, but to receive the “blessings of Heaven.” In his General Orders Washington, just a year before the the Declaration of Independence was dated, wrote:
The General most earnestly requires, and expects, a due observance of those articles of war, established for the Government of the army, which forbid profane cursing, swearing and drunkenness; and in like manner requires and expects, of all officers, and soldiers, not engaged on actual duty, a punctual attendance on divine service, to implore the blessings of heaven upon the means used for our safety and defense. (See Lillback, Sacred Fire, ch. 9, p. 182)
The soldiers were not encouraged to do evil, but to attend church services to receive the pleasing of God, not the devil, as they are doing today. Washington also wrote:
The Hon. Continental Congress having been pleased to allow a Chaplain to each Regiment, with the pay of Thirty-three Dollars and one third pr month — the colonels or commanding officers of each regiment are directed to procure chaplains accordingly; persons of good characters and exemplary lives — to see that all inferior officers and soldiers pay them a suitable respect and attend carefully upon religious exercises. The blessing and protection of Heaven are at all times necessary but especially so in times of public distress and danger — the general hopes and trusts, that every officer and man, will endeavor so to live, and act, as becomes a Christian soldier defending the dearest rights and liberties of his country (Ibid)
Washington understood the necessity of having chaplains teach good morality, and also the requisite to have soldiers attend to the chaplains for virtuous preaching. I am going to side with Washington, and not with a bunch of fags.
We have to prepare our minds and intellect for this spiritual war that we are in. This is why I made a 2-disk DVD series on teaching the warring spirit of the Christian Faith.