Under moonbat rule, the purpose of the US Armed Forces is not to defend America’s interests, but to advance liberal social engineering objectives. Consequently the Pentagon is ramping up its repression of Christianity:
The U.S. Military has blocked access to the Southern Baptist Convention’s website on an unknown number of military bases because it contains “hostile content” — just weeks after an Army briefing labeled Evangelical Christians and Roman Catholics as examples of religious extremism, Fox News has learned.
The Southern Baptist Convention is the nation’s largest Protestant denomination known for its support of the pro-life movement and its strong belief in traditional marriage.
Southern Baptist chaplains reported that SBC.net had been blocked at military installations around the nation. An Air Force officer told Fox News that when he tried to log on to the website he received a message that his Internet usage was being logged and monitored for trying to access a blocked site.
Just like in communist China.
No doubt this is only an isolated incident — like these:
• A War Games scenario at Fort Leavenworth that identified Christian groups and Evangelical groups as being potential threats;
• A 2009 Dept. of Homeland Security memorandum that identified future threats to national security coming from Evangelicals and pro-life groups;
• A West Point study released by the U.S. Military Academy’s Combating Terrorism Center that linked pro-lifers to terrorism;
• Evangelical leader Franklin Graham was uninvited from the Pentagon’s National Day of Prayer service because of his comments about Islam;
• Christian prayers were banned at the funeral services for veterans at Houston’s National Cemetery;
• Bibles were banned at Walter Reed Army Medical Center — a decision that was later rescinded;
• Christian crosses and a steeple were removed from a chapel in Afghanistan because the military said the icons disrespected other religions;
• Catholic chaplains were told not to read a letter to parishioners from their archbishop related to Obamacare mandates. The Secretary of the Army feared the letter could be viewed as a call for civil disobedience.
Last week, soldiers at Fort Wainwright in Alaska were told to scrape off a Bible verse reference on their weapon scopes. That verse had been inscribed by the maker of the scopes.
The Founding Fathers thought enough of the free exercise of religion to place it in the first clause of the First Amendment to the Constitution that military personnel lay their lives on the line to defend.
At least the perfumed princes overseeing the Armed Forces on behalf of Obama et al. are sure to let soldiers access Muslim websites so they can learn why infidels ought to be killed. What would Nidal Malik Hasan have said if he had not been able to access the latest fiery denunciations of America?
Our government is controlled by our enemies.
On tips from Matt L, Clingtomyguns, and Freddie.