America is godless nation

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A recent letter writer asked a simple question: “Can’t we just coexist here?” (June 10) The short answer? No! The long, agonizing and painful answer is yes. Man can endure any pain and live; so can most animals.

Homosexuality is an ethical and moral choice and a rejection of the heterosexual lifestyle. Moreover, it violates the moral dictates of Jehovah. It is only right and fitting that we reject the evil of homosexual behavior – especially where our youth are concerned. Hitler made a statement in Ebbing, Germany; I paraphrase: When an opponent declares, “I will not come over to your side, and you will not get me on your side,” I calmly say, “Your child belongs to me already.”

So it is with the homosexual community. They come for our Boy Scouts. They already possess the Girl Scouts.

Homosexuals comprise, by one estimate, 10 or 11 percent of the population. They do not reproduce; they increase only by proselytizing and indoctrination. As far as the genetic pool is concerned, they are useless. They are intelligent, work hard and are successful in their endeavors. So are mules.

So why this uproar over homosexuality in general? Because of the impact on the coming generation. As stated above, Hitler knew that child indoctrination was the answer to furthering the existence of the Fourth Reich. American homosexuals desire control of children to further their influence and power over coming generations.

Why do monotheistic religions have prohibitions against homosexual behavior? Because their behavior is an affront to God and an insult to Christians. It requires believers to lay aside biblical instructions and ignore their God.

America is a godless nation. We have an atheist government, a military that’s cleansing itself of Christian officers and a government that sponsors abortion. All brand America as godless, and the anger of God is upon us now.

Richard E. Hogue

Grovetown


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