Homosexual Brainwashing on the Battlefield in Afghanistan
Due largely to absurd rules of engagement that tie their hands and a “Commander in Chief” who is uncomfortable with the concept of victory, our troops in Afghanistan have been left hanging in the wind. They aren’t allowed to win, but they can’t come home either, because admitting defeat before the 2012 election would make Obama look bad. But they aren’t dying for nothing. Their presence allows our moonbat rulers to experiment with social engineering conducted on the battlefield:
American combat troops will get sensitivity training directly on the battlefield about the military’s new policy on gays instead of waiting until they return to home base in the United States, the senior enlisted man in Afghanistan said Thursday. …
Army Command Sgt. Maj. Marvin Hill, the top enlisted man in Afghanistan where 100,000 U.S. troops are deployed, said that the sessions on respecting gays’ rights [i.e., privileged political status] will go right down to the forward operating bases, where troops fight Taliban militants.
Hill promises “to execute that training right here on the battlefield.”
As for the many good soldiers who will leave the service rather than watch it degenerate into a combination make-work jobs program/San Francisco bathhouse:
“If there are people who cannot deal with the change, then they’re going to have to do what’s best for their troops and best for the organization and best for the military service and exit the military service, so that we can move forward – if that’s the way that we have to go,” Sgt. Hill said on the television show, “Washington Watch” in December.
No doubt there will be plenty of Bradley Manning types to take their place. If we’re not trying to win wars anyway, what difference does it make?
On a tip from G. Fox. Cross-posted at Moonbattery.
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