The Australian Defence Force isn’t the only Western military in the world that has its own Gay Enforcement Brigade.
The US military has been heading down this path for some time. The latest incident involves the destruction of a promising Air Force career of an officer who failed the new politically-correct requirement to endorse homosexuality:
A highly decorated Kirtland Air Force Base colonel who refused to sign a certificate of appreciation for a retiring master sergeant’s same-sex spouse says he was wrongly disciplined for following his religious beliefs.
Col. Leland Bohannon was relieved of command and a letter was sent by a superior officer recommending against his promotion after an Equal Opportunity complaint against him was substantiated. A religious liberties group is now demanding the reversal of the decision.
In May, Bohannon, then the commander of the Air Force Inspection Agency headquartered at Kirtland, was asked to sign certificates for a retiring master sergeant, including a “certificate of spouse appreciation,” according to an appeal letter to the Air Force from First Liberty Institute sent on Oct. 5.
The certificate is one traditionally given to the spouses of retiring military members; it is not legally required to be given and is not an official document.
Bohannon did not sign the certificate for the master sergeant’s same-sex spouse, as it conflicted with his religious beliefs.
According to the letter, Bohannon consulted others on the base, and his command chaplain suggested he file a religious accommodation request that would excuse him from signing the certificate.
That request was returned “without action” six weeks later, the letter states.
Instead, an off-base superior officer agreed to sign the certificate in Bohannon’s place.
The master sergeant subsequently filed an Equal Opportunity complaint, alleging Bohannon unlawfully discriminated against him due to his sexual orientation by not signing the certificate himself.
The complaint was substantiated, and Bohannon was removed from command. A letter was sent by a superior officer to the Air Force Brigadier General promotion board, recommending Bohannon not receive a promotion.
Religious freedom protections meant squat in this situation. And even though the Colonel made arrangements to ensure that the ‘spouse appreciation’ certificate was signed by someone else, it was not good enough.
Homosexual marriage is not about love or tolerance or even acceptance. It is based entirely on the desire for complete, total, 100% society-wide affirmation.
Everyone must join in.
Bohannon’s battle is not over yet. Eight US senators are now backing him so he may just have a fighting chance.
Meanwhile, the new politically-correct US is pushing the Bohannons of this world out and bringing communists in.
Earlier this year Spenser Rapone, an avowed communist, graduated from the prestigious Unites States Military Academy at West Point.
Here are some photos of him on graduation day:
Rapone continues to serve in the US Army even though he was reported to West Point officials as far back as 2015 for his views justifying the Islamic State and blaming terrorism on the nation he ‘served’. He also had this to say on his Facebook account:
“Fuck this country and its false freedoms…”
Unsurprisingly, Rapone is a huge fan of ‘Chelsea’ Manning, the transgender soldier who passed thousands of classified documents to Wikileaks.
But don’t be complacent or think that this only occurs in America. In Australia, our military marches with these communists down Oxford Street every year: