Before Judah the Maccabee and his pitifully small band of 3,000 men went to battle against the great armies of the Selecuid empire, Judah assembeled his troops and gave them a rousing speech.
This excerpt, from the Book of Maccabees, gives you an idea of the noble and pious rhetoric Judah used to inspire his followers.
Judah walked among his brothers and fellow rebels and spoke to them of the thing for which they fought; “Oh my fellow soldiers, no other time remains more opportune than the present for courage and contempt of dangers; for if you now fight manfully, you may recover your liberty, which, as it is a thing of itself agreeable to all men, so it proves to be to us much more desirable, by its affording us the liberty of worshiping G-d.
“Since therefore you are in such circumstances at present, you must either recover that liberty, and so regain a happy and blessed way of living, which is that according to our laws, and the customs of our country, or to submit to the most opprobrious sufferings; nor will any seed of your nation remain if you be beat in this battle. Fight therefore manfully; and suppose that you must die, though you do not fight; but believe, that besides such glorious rewards as those of the liberty of your country, of your laws, of your religion, you shall then obtain everlasting glory.
“Prepare yourselves, therefore, and put yourselves into such an agreeable posture, that you may be ready to fight with the enemy as soon as it is day tomorrow morning.”
After several great battles, Judah and his army defeated the enemy and went on to liberate Jerusalem. They rededicated the holy Jewish Temple, which had been turned into a brothel and a pagan sanctuary.
Notice that Judah appeals to his men’s piety, their love of liberty, their nationalism, to their courage, and their manliness. Judah is terribly unPC. He believes that part of being a man means being a warrior.
Of course, the political commissars of the left who are the Democrat party, the mainstream media, and the universities, will sniff at Judah’s “gender apartheid” but Judah, his glorious brothers, and the rebellious Jews who dared challenge the world’s mightiest empire, were fighting for the preservation of Torah, their biblical homeland, and traditional values. The things which keep great civilizations from committing suicide.