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Radical Racist Extremists Infiltrating U.S. Armed Forces – It’s ok… they are straight.

July 27, 2010 By: jaysays Category: Featured, Thought of the Gay

Sometimes, priorities are difficult to establish, particularly when dealing with issues of national security.  For example, when airplanes begin crashing into buildings, it’s sometimes difficult to choose between disappointing a room full of school children by not finishing a story or racing to action to defend whatever attack is happening.

A similar sort of decision was faced by the Obama Administration when forced to choose between having well-trained qualified soldiers serving our country or discharging them under the military’s Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell (DADT) policy.  The arguments against repeal of DADT generally revolve around “troop morale.”  The Department of Defense expressed concerns, by way of a survey sent to numerous troops regarding the repeal of DADT, that allowing gay and lesbians soldiers to serve openly in the military would diminish the ability of the military to respond. Apparently, the theory is that heterosexual troops would be so fearful of gays in the shower that they wouldn’t be able to focus on their jobs.

However, it seems that troops serving openly as a fascist, a racist, an anti-Semite or an outright quack is just fine by military standards.  The Southern Poverty Law Center (SPLC) recently sent a letter to Congress expressing its discomfort with the U.S. Military training men and women for combat who are openly anti-Semitic, anti-black or admittedly fascist for fear that such training will breed more domestic terrorists and claiming that such hate-groups are infiltrating the military.

In order to shed light on their concerns, SPLC provided numerous examples of online profiles of military members.  Many revealed a deep hatred for anything “non-White” American.  In order to illustrate my point, I provide examples of statements soldiers make in their online profiles that are not dischargeable offenses, followed by statements that would result in a discharge.

Acceptable Statement in the U.S. Military (no discharge):

I hate illegal immigrants with a passion and feel every true red blooded, white American should do whatever it takes to stop the foreign invasion and protect America and the American way of life so our children can grow up in a pure White America someday. – Click here for quoted profile.

Unacceptable statement in the U.S. Military (dischargable offense):

I’m gay.

Acceptable Statement in the U.S. Military (no discharge):

Dislikes – n*g*ers, Ky*es, Mexicans, I could go on, to [sic] much is detestable in this world right now.  People with no values for family. Race mixers.  – Click here for quoted profile.

Unacceptable statementin the U.S. Military (dischargable offense):

I’m bisexual.

Acceptable Statement in the U.S. Military (no discharge):

[I’m a] Proud White man, twenty six years old and tired of the destruction of our clean white culture and heritage, the poison of black culture in our society, and the illegal invasion of mexico into our sovereign nation.  – Click here for quoted profile.

Unacceptable statement in the U.S. Military (dischargable offense):

I’m a lesbian.

DADT is a witch-hunt policy.  Although the military claims, and even re-emphasized in March, 2010, that the policy was a “Don’t Pursue” policy and would be relaxed, all it takes is a bit of a jab from a third-party and an entire, honorable military career could be shattered.  Also in March, 2010, Jene Newsome, an Air Force Sergeant who played by the rules of DADT and served silently, was outed by police officers in Rapid City, South Dakota.  This wasn’t a case of Jene showing up in the local newspaper being dragged out of a gay nightclub by police as we’ve seen in the past, this was obviously a targeting ploy by the Rapid City Police Department, which after finding Jene Newsome’s marriage license from Iowa, reported her to their local Air Force base.

While Jene hunts for a new job, redefines her career goals and attempts to put her life back in order, a neo-nazi/fascist is serving openly with Jewish soldiers.  Whether that affects the moral of Jewish soldiers is yet to be determined as no study has been conducted.