Army Gen. Randy Taylor Introduces His Husband at Pentagon Gay Pride Event
EDITOR’S NOTE: Many Americans are angry about the homosexualization of the American military, and want to reverse it. But they should redirect their anger. Everything works out for the best. Since the regime in Washington has been captured by our enemies, and is used to advance the genocide of our people and the Zionist wars of the oligarchs — and never to defend Americans or European civilization — we should be happy that male US Army officers have begun to have “husbands.”
Let’s hope that every US soldier will, some day soon, be required not only to endorse but to practice “gay” perversion in all its infectious, repellent, anal glory.
Not only will this weaken and demoralize those few who have no choice but to stay in such an “army,” but the healthiest members of our race will, sickened, leave it in droves and come to oppose, instead of serve, the regime which betrayed them — and hasten the day when a New Order is established on the North American continent.
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What made this seemingly routine introduction noteworthy is that Brig. Gen. Randy S. Taylor introduced his husband, Lucas.
“My husband Lucas is sitting up front here,” Gen. Taylor said of the man in the same row as Mr. Carter, Army Secretary John McHugh and other senior officials. He said Lucas has subjugated his own career to support the general’s frequent moves over an 18-year relationship.
“We bet everything on my Army career,” said Gen. Taylor, whose 27 years of service spanned an outright ban on gays, then “don’t ask, don’t tell” and finally, the ban’s lifting in 2011.
Gen. Taylor was the master of ceremonies for the Pentagon’s 4th Gay Pride celebration that showcases a month of gay-themed posters and history.
A panel discussion featured a gay Marine officer, a gay Army sergeant who is a criminal investigator, a lesbian chaplain and a transgender woman, Amanda Simpson, who is executive director of the Army’s Office of Energy Initiatives.
She is the first openly transgender political appointee in any presidential administration. She was chosen for the civilian post, she said, because she was “the best person to do the job.”
All four introduced their wives, husbands, and, in one case, a fiancé before a filled auditorium.
Mr. Carter spoke of his commitment to equal rights, but gave no hint of whether the administration will drop the ban on transgenders and transexuals wearing the uniform.
“We need to be a meritocracy,” he said. “We can’t afford to close ourselves off to any body …. We must start from a position of inclusivity.”
Trained as an infantryman, Gen. Taylor is a communications and information specialist who deployed to wars in Iraq and Afghanistan. He is now assigned to the Army office of chief of information.
The Pride event kicked off with the National Anthem, sung by the Rock Creek Singers, who are with the Gay Men’s Chorus.
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Source: Washington Times