Skip to comments.Straight Talk From Top Enlisted Marine on ‘Don’t Ask’ Repeal.
Posted on 06/22/2011 4:39:28 PM PDT by The Shrew
Straight talk from Sgt. Maj. of the Marine Corps: How dare we, then, exclude a group of people who want to do the same thing you do right now, something that is honorable and noble?
Get over it, he said. Were magnificent, were going to continue to be. Lets just move on, treat everybody with firmness, fairness, dignity, compassion and respect. Lets be Marines.
bit.ly The Command Sergeant Major of the Marine Corps addressed a group of Marines at a base in South Korea several key topics, including the repeal of the "Don't Ask, Don't Tell" policy...
I think the word the Sergeant Major was looking for was "fabulous".
“I, for one, welcome our new sodomitic overlords.”
Do what? Ingest feces?
This just shows top enlisted Marines are the same kind of sick, selfish political hacks as the rest of the perfumed princes of the Pentagon. What a disappointing mouse this guy turned out to be. He’d be better off just keeping his stinking pie hole shut.
Hey Smaj: No society that has embraced homosexuality has remained “magnificent”.
Romans 1 is kicking your @$$.
Goodnight, Chesty, Wherever, Whaever...
Chesty Puller On “Loyalty Down”
Puller: “I also learned that this loyalty to one’s Corps travels both ways, up and down.”
The following is in relation to the well-known Ribbon Creek/S/Sgt Matthew McKeon trial at MCRD, Parris Island, SC, in 1956
Amid a nationwide public outcry regarding the whole matter of the drownings in particular and Marine Corps training practices in general, LtGen Lewis B. “Chesty” Puller was recalled to active duty to testify at the trial regarding Marine training and tradition. Mrs. Puller protested to her husband citing previous trouble and controversy in Puller’s career. Puller told her, “...The important thing is the Marine Corps. If we let ‘em, they’ll tear it to pieces. Headquarters won’t speak up. It’s my duty to do it.”
At the trial, Puller was asked questions pertaining to his own military service, the mission of the Marine Corps, the most important element of Marine training, etc. In part, Puller replied that:, “...The definition of military training is success in battle. In my opinion, it is the only objective of military training...”
He quoted Napoleon. “He stated that the most important thing in military training is discipline. Without discipline an army becomes a mob.”
Puller was asked what he had learned here (PISC) as a recruit. He replied, “Well, the main thing—that I have rememberd all my life—is the definition of espirit de corps. Now my definition—that I was taught, that I’ve always believed in—is that espirit de corps means love for one’s military legion. In my case the United States Marine Corps. I also learned that this loyalty to one’s Corps travels both ways, up and down.
“Q: Now, general, I want you to assume that what is the evidence in this case is a fact. That on a Sunday evening a drill instructor took a platoon that was undisciplined and lacked spirit and on whom he’ tried other methods of discipline. And that for purposes of teaching discipline and instilling morale he took that platoon into a marsh or creek—all the way in front of his troops—would you consider that oppression?
A: In my opinion it is not.”
“Q: So, in your opinion, was this act of this drill instructor in leading his troops, under those conditions and for that purpose, good or bad military practice?
...I would train my troops as I thought—as I knew they should be trained—regardless of a directive.”
“Q: ...I lead these recruits into water over their heads and I lose six of those men by drowning. Would you say that some action should be taken against me?
A: I would say that this night march was and is a deplorable accident.”
“Q: Would you take any action against me if I were the one who did that, if you were my Commanding Officer, sir?
A: ...I think, from what I read in the papers yesterday of the testimony of General Pate before this court, that he agrees and regrets that this man was ever ordered tried by general court-martial.”
“Puller went into the noncom’s club that night with Berman, two Marine generals and other officers; the big crowd stood, shouting until he spoke:
‘I’ve talked enough for today. This will be my last request. Do your duty and the Marine Corps will be as great as it has always been for another thousand years.’
The applause was deafening.”
The book, “ Marine, The Life of Lt. Gen. Lewis B. (Chesty) Puller, USMC (Ret.)”
By Burke Davis, 1962, Bantam
No question the Marines are the best of the best. However I cannot fathom why as a nation we want to support in any way immorality and sodomy. Ignoring it or pretending it is ‘normal’ is unfathomable.
Look at the world’s definition of sodomy from Websters New Collegiate Dictionary:
Copulation with a member of the same sex or with an animal.
Non-coital and especially anal or oral copulation with a member of the same sex.
Now let’s look at what the Bible says about sodomy. Let the word of God speak for itself:
“You shall not lie with a male as with a woman. It is an abomination. Nor shall you mate with any animal, to defile yourself with it. Nor shall any woman stand before an animal to mate with it. It is perversion.” (Leviticus 18:22-23, NKJV)
“If a man lies with a male as he lies with a woman, both of them have committed an abomination. They shall surely be put to death. Their blood shall be upon them. “ (Leviticus 20:13)
Fellate their Buddies?
I think this Sgt/Major is more worried about his job than the Marine Corps.
Here are some questions for the Sergeant Major:
1. Will the Marine Corps stop discriminating against disabled People? Especially former Marines who were injured in the line of duty based upon this policy?
2. How dare we, then, exclude a group of people who want to do the same thing you do right now, something that is honorable and noble?
3. Will the Marine Corps Recruiting Command publish the data concerning Marines who failed to re-enlist based upon their inability to "get over" this policy?
4. How does the repeal of DADT improve the Marine Corps ability to fight its nations wars?
5. The most common slur hurled at recruits at MCRD is Faggot. Is the Sergeant Major going to Drill Instructor school and provide the same direction to the Drill Instructors as he is to these mostly junior Marines?
How true. The Sgt Maj exhibits a fatal lack of understanding.
i hope you like getting training
in all the homosexual activities and sexual practices
and anti-bullying for homosexuals
and celebrating LBGT month
and rainbow flags....
and Gay Pride Parades on military bases
Okay. Judgement reserved!
Is this line the tack you are recommending Marine leaders use in the implementation of Don't Ask. Don't Tell?
...I would train my troops as I thoughtas I knew they should be trainedregardless of a directive. Or, is there another point you are making?
Hey, Sgt. Maj. of the Marine Corps, can you read?
King James Version (KJV)
13If a man also lie with mankind, as he lieth with a woman, both of them have committed an abomination: they shall surely be put to death; their blood shall be upon them.
7:44 pm June 22, 2011
So theSgt. Maj. knows more than Gen. George Washington and the Lord Jesus Christ? Ill stick with Jesus!
7:42 pm June 22, 2011
Essentially, this SgtMaj is just drinking the cool aid and supporting the Status Quo to protect his career. He know as well as I do that this whole lifestyle was completely unacceptable in the old days and he would be the first guy to step up in court martial a homo for grabbing some guys as. Now I guess our sick society seems to think it is a acceptable and have forced our Corps to consent to this degenerate lifestyle. Just glad I am retired. I guess animal sex and multiple sex partners, wife swapping etc. will be acceptable next. Why not. Hey SgtMaj picture two dudes butt slamming each other and try to decide if that is honorable service! What a joke! I fear for the future of this country. Guess everybody wants to be like the nasty Eurorpeans these days.
A couple of comments on the blog.
That said, this Marine is doing EXACTLY what is required of military subordinates. Taking an order that is given to him, and passing it down as if he owns it.
If he had done less, he would deserve to be fired.
Presumably, he had a chance to voice his true opinion to his superiors. That is the least that any military man or woman should expect. However, one the decision is made, then he better own it.
This isn’t ‘STRAIGHT TALK’! It’s the other.