Boy Scouts saluteRemarks recently made by Robert Gates, the former US Secretary of Defense and President of the Boy Scouts of America, is very telling if one is attentive to the direction this world is headed. He criticized the Boy Scouts for not allowing homosexual adults into scout leadership. Calling the practice “unsustainable,” Gates encouraged each autonomous scout troop to reconsider its policies and allow gay adults to participate.

Gates is a very intelligent, well-informed man, so why is it that he would call for this change when the history of the Boy Scouts is chock full of gay men who gamed the system of the Boy Scouts to gain access to boys for their perverted sexual desires? It makes no sense to people who are concerned about the safety of kids and protecting them from those who would harm them. The answer would therefore have to be that Gates, as a small cog in the big system of gears in the machine of the New World Order, wants gays to be a special, protected class of citizens whose perverted desires are more important than the Constitutional or God-given rights of organizations such as churches or the rights of individuals such as innocent children.

There is no question that the sexually abused sometimes become sexual abusers, that many gay men fit that profile, and that a good number of them know how to manipulate parents and other adults to get to the kids they want. And when you promote that way of thinking by pushing for them to have access to kids, if nothing else, it reveals a blatant disregard for the most vulnerable who are created in God’s image and is a blatant disregard toward God himself. The following YouTube videos, as long as they are accessible, give the horrific and disgusting details of what has happened in the Boy Scouts. As philosopher and writer George Santayana once said, “Those who cannot remember the past are condemned to repeat it.”

1 Then said he [Jesus] unto the disciples, It is impossible but that offences will come: but woe unto him, through whom they come!

2 It were better for him that a millstone were hanged about his neck, and he cast into the sea, than that he should offend one of these little ones. Luke 17

Harry A. Gaylord

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