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Obama Admin to Name US Navy Ship after Pedophile Harvey Milk August 2, 2016

Posted by Tantumblogo in asshatery, Basics, disaster, error, foolishness, horror, paganism, rank stupidity, scandals, secularism, self-serving, sexual depravity, Society, unadulterated evil.
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US Naval ships had a very long history of receiving honorable, relevant names. Cruisers were named after cities, destroyers and frigates after naval heroes (most of whom had died in combat), battleships and ballistic missile submarines after states, and aircraft carriers mostly after either earlier historic ships or significant historical battles.

This 200 year tradition was upset in the 1990s, when the Clinton Administration first started giving very heavily politicized names – like the USS Jimmah Cartah, SSN-23 – to naval ships.  Yes, there were a few previous similar examples, but the politicized naming conventions really ramped up under Clinton, and were somewhat continued under Bush ’43, especially naming carriers after former Republicrat presidents. But the naming has really gone off the rails under the Obama cabal, which has taken to naming ships after political allies and democrat cronies, such as:

  • USS Gabrielle Giffords
  • USNS John Lewis
  • USNS Earl Warren
  • USS John P. Murtha [easily one of the most corrupt, disgusting politicians of the late 20th century]
  • USNS Medgar Evers
  • USNS Cesar Chavez
  • USNS Sojourner Truth [no, really!  Can’t you imagine how bursting with pride the sailors that come aboard leftist activist Sojourner Truth will feel!]

A new low has been reached, however, with the recommendation from Navy Secretary Ray Mabus – who has probably done more damage to the USN than any other individual in history, perhaps excluding Elmo Zumwalt – that a ship be named after sodomite activist and admitted pedophile Harvey Milk.  Milk served briefly in the Navy in the 1950s, but the naming has nothing to do with that, and is all about appeasing one of the demonrats core constituencies – the sexually perverse:

The Navy is set to name a ship after the late homosexual rights icon and San Francisco politician Harvey Milk, according to a Congressional notification obtained by USNI News.

The July 14, 2016 notification, signed by Secretary of the Navy Ray Mabus, indicated he intended to name a planned Military Sealift Command fleet oiler USNS Harvey Milk (T-AO-206).

Harvey Milk was the first homosexual activist elected to public office in the United States and was assassinated in 1978. That record plus the fact that Milk, who bragged about being a pedophile, served in the Navy at a time it was illegal for homosexuals to do so, apparently justifies naming a Navy ship in his honor.
Harvey Milk was a sexual predator who preyed upon teen boys. According to The Mayor of Castro Street, Milk’s very favorable biography by Randy Shilts, in 1963, when Milk was 33, he took in “Jack” Galen McKinley, a 16-year-old runaway in New York City “who was looking for some kind of father figure,” to live with him as a lover.[This “daddy-son” dynamic is a central part of most sodomite relations and reveals the deep psychological disturbances that underlie them]

While Jack was still a minor, Milk moved him to San Francisco. However, when Jack matured beyond Milk’s taste for young guys, Milk dropped him. [They’re called “twinks” and the tastes tend to run very  young, well below 18.  That’s why the push is already on to open up children down to 4 or 5 to sexual predators like this lost perverse soul Milk.  Thus it is perhaps more than a little significant that the US gov’t would see fit to name a US naval ship after a known pedophile.  Far less has been cited for precedent-setting court decisions]

Jack McKinney was highly disturbed and frequently suicidal after being rejected by Milk. [He was almost certainly highly disturbed before, which is what led him down this dark path in the first place]The Mayor of Castro Street records Milk’s shocking coldness when told of his former boy lover’s suicide threat. “Tell him not to make a mess,” Milk said. Eventually Jack died in a fall from the eighth floor of a building, in an apparent suicide.

He wasn’t the only one Milk destroyed, or helped destroy.  Milk was a thoroughly despicable man, one totally unworthy of having a naval ship named after him, even a support ship normally manned by civilians.

The repeal of “Don’t Ask Don’t Tell” in 2011 has marked a sea change in the life and conduct of the US military.  It is almost impossible to convey how radical the changes in the military have been, but in short the US military is no longer a place for any believing Christians to serve.  The leftist indoctrination is constant, as are the dangers to one’s career.  Upset one social justice warrior – and there are thousands in the US military today – and a career can be wrecked, even if totally innocent.  But the pro-sodomite activism has pushed things up beyond another notch, to outright advocacy along with the persecution of Christians.

It will be interesting to see who wins the race: at some point the public stand of islam against sodomy in the West is going to come into strong conflict with the pro-sodomy movement.  It ain’t going to be pretty when that finally happens, in spite of many male muslim’s secret (or open) taste for boys).

Comments

1. Richard M - August 2, 2016

I think it was a mistake from the outset to start naming ships after politicians – and that’s something that really began in earnest in the mid-20th century. The door opened with presidents (Franklin D Roosevelt), and then expanded to appropriators that the Navy loved (Stennis, Vinson). Of all the presidents with the honor, only Ike (for obvious reason) and Poppa Bush even remotely qualify on any traditional criteria, and we all know Bush wouldn’t have gotten a carrier had he not been president. It’s not really such a stretch now to start throwing in political activists.

If I were president, I’d push through legislation restricting naming conventions back to traditional practices: geographic locales (states, cities), battles, previous well known ship names, and that the only persons to be honored would be decorated war heroes (MOH, preferably) or victorious commanders, with all the traditional conventions back in place for support vessels (Oilers named for rivers with Native American names, Combat stores shipsnamed after stars and other heavenly bodies, etc.). Heck, if you sell it as a “no more naming ships after politicians” message, it might even be quite popular.

That would at least minimize the politicization of all this. But as Mr. Dooley once said, the Supreme Court follows the election returns. So does military stuff like this, sadly.

Tantumblogo - August 2, 2016

I don’t disagree at all. You’re spot on. I condensed the history for simplicity’s sake, but naming ships after politicians was always going to end badly. Short term gain for long term pain, which we see today.

2. TF - August 2, 2016

Pederast is a more precise term for Milk and for all those like him. The U.S.S. Pedarast.

Tantumblogo - August 2, 2016

True. Thanks.

3. Blaine - August 2, 2016

We’ve talked about this before. Pray I have the courage soon to walk away.

4. Brian E. Breslin - August 3, 2016

No, not in my Navy! But the funny thing, Tantum, is that he gets an oiler named for him. I’d bet he was, I’d bet he was.

5. David - August 3, 2016

I’m glad there’s not an American Army Post(or even an Army National Guard Post) named Fort Benedict Arnold.

Tantumblogo - August 3, 2016

Good one.


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