The Rainbow Flag Is Replacing the Star & Stripes In the Military
Ushering in the age of darkness
“Woe unto them that call evil good, and good evil; that put darkness for light, and light for darkness; that put bitter for sweet, and sweet for bitter!” Isaiah 5:20
“Even as Sodom and Gomorrha, and the cities about them in like manner, giving themselves over to fornication, and going after strange flesh, are set forth for an example, suffering the vengeance of eternal fire.” Jude 1
On December 18, 2010, the US Senate voted to repeal the military laws regarding homosexuality. Starting late last Summer, as it appeared the laws were going to be revoked, both military and civilian leaders started to make startling comments about what was going to happen when it was repealed. These comments made it clear that the Hard Left was going to use homosexuality to purge the Christians out of the military.
The military will be purged of anyone, from private to general, who will not go along with the Hard Left agenda. The military that remains will be morally beaten down and with soldiers that are godless; thus leaving the military without a soul. These will be the type of soldiers who will do whatever they are told. These are the type of soldiers who could be used against the American people. Please do not think that the Hard Left would not use the American military against the people. The Left hates Christians with a passion that is only matched for Nazis towards the Jews. They hate and despise Christians for standing against abortion and homosexuality. They hate anyone who is in any way associated with the Holy God of Israel. You can see this hatred on college campuses, the political left and in the media. Now, they are going to be in control of the US military with all of its power. source – The Coming Destruction of the US Military
The queering of our military has begun
“SAN DIEGO — If a Marine spots two men in his battalion kissing off-duty at a shopping mall, he should react as if he were seeing a man and woman. If he turns on the television news to see a fellow Marine dressed as a civilian and marching in a parade with a banner that reads, “Support Gays and Lesbians in the Military!” he should accept it as a free right of expression.
Prescriptions for those possible scenarios are being played out at Marine bases as the military prepares to allow gays to openly serve, ending a 17-year-old policy commonly known as “don’t ask, don’t tell.” Training for the Army, Navy, Air Force and Marines began early this year and is expected to finish by summer’s end. The repeal goes into effect 60 days after the president, defense secretary and chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff certify that lifting the ban won’t hurt the military’s ability to fight.
“These changes are about policy,” states briefing material for Marine instructors. “The policy is about adherence to orders and behavior, and not about beliefs.” The latest round of training material asks Marines to consider their reactions to a wide range of scenarios, from seeing a member “hanging around” a gay bar to hearing locker-room jokes from others who refuse to shower in front of gays. Members of the 1st Marine Logistics Group report to class Thursday at Camp Pendleton. There is nothing wrong with “hanging around” a gay bar, the materials state. The officer who witnesses the loud locker-room banter aimed at gays and lesbians should remind the Marines any discrimination or harassment is inappropriate. soucre – MSNBC
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