ASI News 9 August 2010

August 9th, 2010 at 11:45 am EST


Cliff Kincaid
President.
America's Survival, Inc.
www.usasurvival.org
www.stopglobaltaxes.org


Our story about the homosexuality of accused Army traitor Bradley Manning has now been confirmed by the New York Times. It reports that, two years ago, Manning fell in love with his male "drag queen" lover. The Times ignores many of Manning's out-of-the-closet homosexual activities, but provides some new information, such as keeping a toy fairy wand on his desk in Iraq. 

Here’s the key question: Who in the Obama Administration and the Army knew what about Manning and when? This has been going on for two years.

My previous article can be found at:

Military Homosexual Scandal Linked to WikiLeaks Treason

The New York Times article can be found here:  

http://www.nytimes.com/2010/08/09/us/09manning.html?_r=1&hp=&pagewanted=all

Here are some excerpts from the story, “Early Struggles of Soldier Charged in Leak Case,” by Ginger Thompson:


He spent part of his childhood with his father in the arid plains of central Oklahoma, where classmates made fun of him for being a geek. He spent another part with his mother in a small, remote corner of southwest Wales, where classmates made fun of him for being gay.

Then he joined the Army, where, friends said, his social life was defined by the need to conceal his sexuality under “don’t ask, don’t tell” and he wasted brainpower fetching coffee for officers. But it was around two years ago, when Pfc. Bradley Manning came here to visit a man he had fallen in love with, that he finally seemed to have found a place where he fit in, part of a social circle that included politically motivated computer hackers and his boyfriend, a self-described drag queen.

Private Manning refused to recite the parts of the Pledge of Allegiance that referred to God or do homework assignments that involved the Scriptures. And if a teacher challenged his views, former classmates said, he was quick to push back.

At other times, he openly flirted with boys. Often, with only the slightest provocation, he would launch into fits of rage.

…he wore custom dog tags that said “Humanist,” and friends said he kept a toy fairy wand on his desk in Iraq — the more he clung to his hacker friends.

My friends: The Manning scandal should be the nail in the coffin of the repeal of the Pentagon’s homosexual exclusion policy.

Remember the repeal has passed the House but not the Senate. Call your Senator at 202-224-3121 and urge retention and strengthening of the policy.

Tell your Senators to hold hearings and investigations into the nature and extent of the secret homosexual problem in the military.  Demand that the treason be rooted out.



For America's Survival, Inc.

 

Cliff Kincaid, President




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