ASI News 10 August 2010

August 10th, 2010 at 6:43 pm EDT

Cliff Kincaid
America's Survival, Inc.

Dear Friend of America’s Survival, Inc.:

There is an important follow-up regarding our story about the homosexuality of accused Army traitor Bradley Manning, an intelligence analyst. In my latest column, I note that Lt. Col. Robert K. Brown, editor and publisher of Soldier of Fortune Magazine, asks the pertinent question:

 “How did Manning get a security clearance? Many years ago, during my first tour in the Army, I was a Special Agent in the Counter Intelligence Corps. Most of the time I ran security background checks on those that were being considered for security clearances. If the check on him was done like we did it, all this crap the NYT has dredged up would have outed this guy early on. So, the real question is, who ran the BI (background investigation) on him…?”

Then I quote from John Barron, in his book, KGB: The Secret Work of Soviet Secret Agents. He said the following:

“Contrary to popular supposition, the KGB is not primarily interested in homosexuals because of their presumed susceptibility to blackmail.

“In its judgment, homosexuality often is accompanied by personality disorders that make the victim potentially unstable and vulnerable to adroit manipulation. It hunts the particular homosexual who, while more or less a functioning member of his society, is nevertheless subconsciously at war with it and himself.

“Compulsively driven into tortured relations that never gratify, he cannot escape awareness that he is different. Being different, he easily rationalizes that he is not morally bound by the mores, values, and allegiances that unite others in community and society. Moreover, he nurtures a dormant impulse to strike back at the society which he feels has conspired to make him a secret leper. To such a man, treason offers the weapon of retaliation.”

My conclusion:

It does not appear that the successor to the KGB exploited Manning. Instead, he was a member of a network associated with the shadowy and sinister website and its founder, the strange character known as Julian Assange. The effect is still the same—disclosing national security information to our enemies, undermining American foreign policy and our war effort. The lives of our troops and those who work for the United States abroad are in jeopardy.

The solution is to prosecute Manning to the full extent of the law and not only retain but strengthen the law against homosexuals in the U.S. military.

In this context, a new poll says that, by a margin of 48-45 percent, voters preferred retaining, rather than repealing, the 1993 law to allow homosexual persons to serve openly in the military. This means the public is already on our side.

The gay rights lobby is clearly hoping that the Manning scandal doesn’t backfire on their drive to open up the military to open and active homosexuals. That is why they are attacking me with vengeance for bringing the facts about Manning’s homosexuality to public attention.

Don’t forget that the repeal has passed the House but not the Senate. We can still save our Armed Forces from more Bradley Mannings. Please call your Senators at 202-224-3121. Ask them to tighten, not liberalize, the Pentagon’s homosexual policy.

For the sake of national security, we must keep homosexuals out of the military. One Bradley Manning is enough.

For America Survival, Inc,


Cliff Kincaid, President

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