Thursday, August 15, 2013

Obama's Sexually Dysfunctional Military On Trial

When national defense is compromised by Gay Agenda political correctness . . .

The trial of WikiLeaker Army Pfc. Bradley Manning, 25, is exposing a military command structure that is afraid to make logical and reasonable decisions regarding "mentally unstable" personnel. Unlike Corporal Max Klinger of the 1970s TV comedy M*A*S*H, who pretended to be a psycho transvestite to get an Army discharge, when Manning displayed himself likewise, his superior hid the behavior and maintained Manning's security access.  Defense attorney's are arguing for lenient sentencing of Manning based on his mental illness of gender confusion.

For background, read The Saga of the Army's Best-Known Homosexual

Also read how President Obama Raises the Gay Agenda in the Military above Religious Liberty

UPDATE 8/21/13 - Judge Sentences Manning: Can be free on parole within seven years, at age 33

UPDATE 8/22/13: "Chelsea" Manning wants taxpayers to fund his sex change while held in all-male prison

-- From "Defense seeks to show Bradley Manning was emotionally unstable" by Richard A. Serrano, Los Angeles Time 8/13/13

Defense lawyers say [Manning's abnormal behavior] is crucial to their effort to convince a military judge not to impose the maximum 90-year sentence on Manning, who was convicted in a court martial of espionage and other charges for the illegal disclosures. They are trying to show that the Oklahoma-born soldier was nearing an emotional breakdown . . . [and] military commanders knew he was mentally unstable but did not remove him from Iraq or dismiss him from the Army.

. . . Army supervisors decided that Manning required counseling but did not need to be removed from the unit with an official derogatory report. A so-called derog report could have cost Manning his security clearance and prevented him from leaking classified material.

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From "Manning apologizes for hurting U.S. over WikiLeaks" by Michael Winter, USA TODAY 8/14/13

Manning was convicted July 30 of passing more than 700,000 documents, combat videos and diplomatic cables to WikiLeaks, founded by Julian Assange. But he was acquitted of the most serious charge: aiding the enemy.

The defense portrayed Manning as a gender-conflicted gay man struggling to serve in the military . . .

Earlier Wednesday, Capt. Michael Worsley, a therapist, testified that Manning was under great duress when he revealed his homosexuality to him.

"I questioned why (commanders) would want to leave somebody in a position with the issue they had," [Worsley] said.

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From "Pfc. Bradley Manning takes stand at sentencing hearing, apologizes for hurting US with leaks" by David Dishneau, Associated Press 8/14/13

Manning eventually came out to Capt. Michael Worsley, emailing the clinical psychologist a photo of himself in a long, blond wig and lipstick. The photo was attached to a letter titled "My problem," in which Manning described his internal struggle and said he had hoped that a military career would "get rid of it."

Navy Capt. David Moulton, a psychiatrist who spent 21 hours interviewing Manning at Fort Leavenworth, Kan., after his arrest, testified as a defense witness that Manning's gender identity disorder, combined with narcissistic personality traits, idealism and his lack of friends in Iraq, caused him to conclude he could change the world by leaking classified information.

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From "Ex-Sergeant Skewered on Pic of Manning in Women's Wear" by Adam Klasfeld, Courthouse News Service 8/13/13

A former master sergeant who ignored a picture of WikiLeaks source Pfc. Bradley Manning dressed as a woman faced tough questions Tuesday.

"This is my problem. I've had signs of it for a very long time," Manning had said in an April 24, 2010, email to his then-supervisor, former Master Sgt. Paul Adkins. "It's caused problems within my family. I thought a career in the military would get rid of it."

A black-and-white copy of the attached photograph, displayed in court, showed Manning wearing what appeared to have been a straight blonde wig and bright lipstick. He appeared to have taken the photograph of himself staring into a camera from inside a car.

Adkins did not forward this email to his supervisor, Capt. Steve Lim, until November, nearly half a year after Manning's arrest.

In the wake of the WikiLeaks disclosures, military investigators reduced Adkin's rank to sergeant first class and wrote him a letter of reprimand. He is now retired.

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From "Therapists Explore Manning's Idealism" by Adam Klasfeld, Courthouse News Service 8/14/13

Like many other witnesses, [Navy Capt. David] Moulton confirmed that Manning has gender dysphoria, meaning a discomfort with the gender he was assigned at birth. . . . Many transgender advocates have raised concerns about this line of defense, which they fear can set back advancements toward depathologizing gender identity issues.

[Capt. Michael Worsley] described Manning's seeming relief when divulging his exploration of a female identity [of Breanna] . . .

Though he currently prefers to be identified as male, Manning said that his self-identification as female during his deployment caused him "great pain" and "dire" consequences.

Capt. Worsley said Manning divulged his gender identity secret to him but not that he had been sending hundreds of thousands of sensitive documents to WikiLeaks . . .

Even today, the military prohibits transgender enlistment under so-called "medical" restrictions, which shoehorn "transsexualism" into what it calls "psychosexual conditions." These include "exhibitionism, transvestitism, voyeurism and other paraphilias."

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