Tuesday, February 09, 2010

The U.S. Military Continues It’s Slide Towards Sodom

At this time our boys in uniform are in the midst of a massive operation in Afghanistan. But back home, their "leaders" are involved in the ruination of the services.

Slippery slopes have always been a problem for mankind. Our military leaders seem to celebrate and accommodate all forms of social engineering and flirtation with anything that denies God and claims allegiance to Lucifer.

Though religious pluralism has most always been a part of the U.S. Military, the difference now is that instead of bringing all religious practices together towards a common goal, the military is setting our soldiers, sailors, airmen, and marines apart into a collection of disparate groups.

Using euphemisms such as; “fairness”, “equality”, “political correctness”, and the “leveling of the playing field”, our leaders are instead leading us towards dissolution, disenfranchisement, and disintegration. This is occurring within our society generally, and within our military. The logic which states; “since society is accepting something, we should”, is logic for non-thinking men lacking in character and integrity.

Over the past year I’ve blogged about Muslims being given separate facilities to worship in, while all others have to share common facilities. Military Chaplains have lost their commissions over the last year just for praying publicly to Jesus. President Obama is now saying he will issue Executive Orders to rid the Services of “Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell”, thereby allowing gays and transvestites to serve openly amongst the military rank and file.

The U.S. Air Force and the U.S. Navy, IMO, have always been the most LIBERAL and PROGRESSIVE organizations within the Department of Defense. Only the Pentagon and the Joint Chiefs have openly competed with them for the “honor” of being the least conservative.

Now, the U.S. Air Force Academy in Colorado Springs has established and officially recognized its first Wiccan prayer circle, a “Stonehenge on the Rockies” that will serve as an outdoor place of worship for the academy's neo-pagans. Almost immediately someone placed a large wooden cross in the pagan worship area in protest.

My point here is that none of these actions generate a cohesive working environment for the purpose of military mission goals. On the contrary, it instills mistrust of one another.

BTW, spare me … I’ve heard all the arguments from the progressives. Just because Gomorrah is doing it, doesn’t mean Sodom should. We already know what fruit all this will bear.

The Observer

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