ISIS publishes insult against openly gay Army Secretary, calling him “effeminate sodomite”

Eric Fanning (second from right). Photo credit: Facebook

The recently confirmed U.S. Army Secretary – an openly gay man—is lambasted in the latest issue of Islamic State’s Dabiq Magazine.

The article entitled: “The Fitrah of Mankind and the Near Extinction of the Western Woman,” prominently features the first openly gay Army Secretary, Eric Fanning. Along with a picture of the recent Obama appointee, is the caption: “An effeminate sodomite leads the Crusaders.”

Screenshot from the article
Screenshot from the article

Vices like marijuana, bestiality, transgenderism and sodomy have prevailed in Western countries, the article says, and sodomy has been identified as a “quintessential example” of sexual perversion in the Qur’an.

The Dabiq article states that: “The teachings of Darwin, Marx, Nietzsche, Durkheim, Weber, and Freud made their way into most Western societies through educational systems and media industries designed to produce generations void of any traces of the fitrah (inborn human nature)”.

The article calls Sigmund Freud, “one of the engineers of western decadence” and describes shyness, as “an aspect of the fitrah lacking in Western women.” Western society, it claims, has been so corrupted by the philosophies of Marx, Darwin, Freud and others, that the role of men and women, have been “perverted almost beyond recognition.”

The Daily Caller reached out to the Army public affairs office for a comment on the article, but did not receive a response.

Fanning has spent most of his career in government service. He worked as a consultant and staffer on Capitol Hill, before joining the DOD– where he’s held Army, Navy, and Air Force positions.

© 2016 Bright Mountain Media, Inc.

All rights reserved. The content of this webpage may not be reproduced or used in any manner whatsoever without the express written consent of Bright Mountain Media, Inc. which may be contacted at info@brightmountainmedia.com, ticker BMTM.

Author

Post navigation