Military Now “Don’t Ask Don’t Tell” for Christians

For some time now there have been rumblings about DoD tightening the screws on Christians, by both covert and overt measures.

Former Special Forces Commander, Lt. Gen. (Ret.) William “Jerry” Boykin likens it to a “don’t ask, don’t tell” policy for Christians.

CNS News’ Michael W. Chapman writes:

In an interview, asked Gen. Boykin, now the executive vice president of the Family Research Council (FRC), “Given the violation of religious liberties that have been going on, do you think that, ironically, Christians are being forced into the closet? Being forced to basically Don’t Talk, Don’t Tell, if they’re a Christian?” (at 7:43 into audio clip)

Boykin said, “Yes, it’s a real turnabout where you, at one time, had to come out of the closet to admit you’re homosexual, and now you have to come out of the closet to admit that you’re a Christian.”

“There was a meeting in San Antonio yesterday [Sept. 17] where 80 members from Lackland Air Force base came and talked about the persecution they are under at Lackland Air Force Base,” said the general. “That’s significant. And now, you’re an open Christian at your own peril in many places, under many of the commanders in the military today and that’s a major change, a major paradigm shift in our society.”

When asked whether Christians now have to be quiet in the military, Boykin said, “Well, remember when the Soviet Union disintegrated and all of a sudden the Russian Orthodox Church popped up and everbody said, ‘whoa, where’d you come from, we thought everybody was an atheist?’ And their response was, ‘no, we never went away, we were just forced underground. We couldn’t worship openly. We had to go underground.’ That’s what they’re trying to do in America today.”

“They’re trying to force Christians underground so that our faith and our values do not impact the public sector. So that’s what you’re seeing unfold today,” said Boykin, who was one of the original members of Delta Force.

In the aftermath of the Ft. Hood shootings by an avowed Islamist, and the Boston bombings by Islamists, as well as a decade of al Qaeda, Hamas and other Islamist terrorists killing and plotting against the US, DoD seems infiltrated with political operatives who have an ANTI-Christian bias.

Despite terrorist evidence to the contrary, these political appointees specialize at demonizing Christians.

Consider this contractual appointee to the West Point Combating Terrorism CenterDr. Arie Perliger, who wrote of the “right” in his findings:

They also espouse strong convictions regarding the federal government, believing it to be corrupt and tyrannical, with a natural tendency to intrude on individuals’ civil and constitutional rights.

…the fundamentalist stream, which includes mainly Christian Identity groups such as the Aryan Nations…

The far right represents a more extreme version of conservatism, as its political vision is usually justified by the aspiration to restore or preserve values and practices that are part of the idealized historical heritage of the nation or ethnic community.

Lt. Gen. (Ret.) William “Jerry” Boykin knows his stuff. For 36 years Boykin served as a member of Delta Force, commanded the Green Berets as well as the Special Warfare Center and School. He is a man who loves God, family, and country.

Too bad that combination (love of God, family, and country) is deemed dangerous in the minds of the Lefty political appointments to the Department of Defense. Guess those progressives would have despised Thomas Jefferson and the founders.



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