Senate Approves S. 1867 Bill That Authorizes Sodomy and Bestiality in US Military (National Defense Authorization Act)
CW Global News (christwire.org) -The United States Senate voted on early last Friday, by a margin of 93 – 7, to slip through a little bill named S. 1867.
The Bill was deemed a ‘necessary’ provision to gain support from democrat Senators who refused to discuss economic compromise until some of their ‘lesser’ needs were met.
But the words of S. 1867 have opened a gaping hole in Pandora’s Box and out flows some of the most dangerously pro-homosexual legislation the world has even seen.
The bill in question includes a provision which not only repeals the military law on sodomy, but also repeals the military ban on sex with animals.
S. 1867 was originally produced on November 15, 2011. The Bill was unanimously approved by the Senate Armed Services Committee and presented as the National Defense Authorization Act. While the act itself seems the standard “Christmas Tree” bill where lawmakers attach caveats that must be met to get their approval on the bill’s big issues, it was the caveat of this bill that demanded an immediate repeal of Article 125 of the US military’s universal Uniform Code of Military Justice that has shocked millions of people.
The Uniform Code of Military Justice – Archived SourceArticle 125—Sodomy(a) Any person subject to this chapter who engages in unnatural carnal copulation
with another person of the same or opposite sex or with an animal is guilty of
sodomy. Penetration , however slight, is sufficient to complete the offense.(b) Any person found guilty of sodomy shall be punished as a court-martial may
The intent of this law is to protect the US military from homosexuals, lesbians, pedofiles and animal peddlers. The attending elements of these laws are prescribed as follows:
(2). Acts of carnal pleasure cannot be carried out with a minor, who cannot legally consent to natural carnal acts. The acts also must be done with consent of the other personOur respected fellow and international leader Tony Perkins of the Family Research Council confirmed that the effort to remove sodomy prosecution from US law does stem from the left wing’s movement to legalize homosexuality in America. President Obama and several powerful radical Senate Democrats have whittled away Don’t Ask Don’t Tell and needed to remove Article 125 from the military law to allow lesbians and homosexuals to engage in carnal acts without risk of reprecussion.
To make way for homosexuality, these Democrats were willing to legalize sodomy and bestiality in the US military. If a soldier were to assault a cat or dog today, there would be no legal recourse from the military. If a drunk 16-year-old girl were sodomized on a military base, again, there would be no legal recourse. The Democrat party has legalized the most blatant of perversions within the military and now only an ‘honor’ system is in place to keep soldiers in line.
Tony Perkins reported to CNSNews.com: “‘It’s all about using the military to advance this administration’s radical social agenda. Not only did they overturn Don’t Ask Don’t Tell, but they had another problem, and that is, under military law sodomy is illegal, just as adultery is illegal, so they had to remove that prohibition against sodomy.’”
“It’s all about using the military to advance this administration’s radical social agenda,” Perkins told CNSNews.com. “Not only did they overturn Don’t Ask Don’t Tell, but they had another problem, and that is, under military law sodomy is illegal, just as adultery is illegal, so they had to remove that prohibition against sodomy.” The bestiality addendum was ‘collateral damage’ that the Democrats accepted in getting in giving homosexuals the right to pleasure each other and others they can now forcibly sodomize, since again, sodomy on its own is now legal under military law.
Perkins reports, “Well, whether it was inadvertent or not, they have also taken out the provision against bestiality. So now, under the Uniform Code of Military Justice, there’s nothing there to prosecute bestiality.”
Perkins said removing the bestiality provision may have been intentional–or just “collateral damage”
“Well, whether it was inadvertent or not, they have also taken out the provision against bestiality,” he said. “So now, under the Uniform Code of Military Justice (UCMJ), there’s nothing there to prosecute bestiality.”
Former Army Col. Bob Maginnis weighed in on the situation:
“If we have a soldier who engages in sodomy with an animal – whether a government animal or a non-government animal – is it, in fact, a chargeable offense under the Uniform Code? I think that’s in question.”
“When the reader stops laughing, the reader needs to ask the question whether or not this is in the best interests of the government, in the best interests of the military and the best interests of the country? I think not. Soldiers, unfortunately, like it or not, have engaged in this type of behavior in the past. Will they in the future, if they remove this statute? I don’t know.”
The repeal of Article 125 of the military’s UCMJ is a shocking strike against decency and common sense. The fact that Senate Democrats would coerce such a bill upon the American people is criminal within itself. Experts on Capital Hill state the only hope that America can be defended against this bill is that when it reaches the House of Representatives, it itself will be revealed. Or at least the section that calls for the repeal of Article 125.
Perry asserts, “And now this is an added concern, that sodomy has been removed, and as we have discovered, that bestiality–the prohibition against it–has been removed from the Uniform Code of Military Justice. So yes, the House will have problems with this bill.”