First there is Admiral Mike Mullen, who will not respond to my comments about Islam on his Facebook page. He is in favor of giving Pakistan more aid.
Objective in Pakistan is to Help, Mullen Says
ISLAMABAD, Pakistan, Sept. 2, 2010 – Though relief efforts may help people in flood-ravaged Pakistan and the rest of the world sees the United States in a more favorable light than they had before, the U.S. objective here simply is to help, the chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff said.
We have given the Islamic world billions, and the aid does not stop Muslims from pursuing their agenda of an Islamic world. Egypt is a perfect example of this. We have given them approximately $28 billion dollars over the past 30 years, yet the Coptics there are still persecuted. As for Pakistan, they will put you in jail for life for “desecrating” a Koran. Egypt and Pakistan are no friends of freedom, and we should be ending aid to all Muslim countries.
Next on the list are Chief of the National Guard Bureau, General Craig McKinley and General Casey. I recently found some Twitter posts on a US government official’s page, that spoke about them bowing to Islam at a US Military hosted Islamic dinner.
Fantastic iftaar hosted by @ChiefNGB, Gen. Craig McKinley at #FortMcNair. I was moved by his team’s attention to detail +respect for #Islam. Wed Aug 18 2010 21:39:22 (Mountain Daylight Time) via web
#GeneralCasey was at my table tonight + I shared stories of Muslims from San Paulo to Solo, Indonesia.
Wed Aug 18 2010 21:48:05 (Mountain Daylight Time) via web
Now we move onto a man who should be discharged immediately for supporting the religion/ideology of the enemy, Major General Hammond. He actually brought in Muslims in promote Islam to US troops.
“We want to talk to (soldiers) about this beautiful religion,” Hammond said at the one-hour meeting, attended by local Islamic leaders Arshad Yousufi, Farouk Abushaban and Dawud Salaam; 4th Infantry Division cultural adviser Al Azim; and four other Army leaders.
Unfortunately today I see that the former Commanding General in Iraq, Raymond T. Odierno, is in denial about what happening across the word. In the video below, he states that most Muslims are “very moderate”. Really General, did they tell you this? Do you know that their religion encourages them to lie? I have a few more questions. Then why in Egypt would the pro-Sharia Muslim Brotherhood easily win in a fair election? Why have the the Turks voted in the Islamist AKP Party twice? Now lets focus on Iraq. Where is the Iraq Muslim outrage against the persecution of Christians there? Why has the Iraqi government even shut out the Christians?
Urged by the United Nations, the government had promised to put art. 50 back into a draft law to guarantee minorities 15 seats out of 440 (13 for Christians). But on 3 November parliament passed the bill without doing so, which later received the necessary sanction by the Presidency Council to become law with only one seat set aside for Mosul Christians. The parliament’s decision has embittered the leaders of the Iraqi Church who slammed the blatant violation of the constitution which should ensure equal rights for all citizens.
Here is the General….
General, if most Muslims are “very moderate”, I challenge you to show me just one US Mosque that has spoken out against Sharia Law. Unfortunately you are in deep denial.
Next is General McChrystal who might be the worst of the bunch. He was willing have more US Soldiers die, in support of the Sharia state of Afghanistan.
McChrystal is equally critical of the command he has led since June 15. The key weakness of ISAF, he says, is that it is not aggressively defending the Afghan population. “Pre-occupied with protection of our own forces, we have operated in a manner that distances us — physically and psychologically — from the people we seek to protect. . . . The insurgents cannot defeat us militarily; but we can defeat ourselves.”
He also says that coalition forces will change their operational culture, in part by spending “as little time as possible in armored vehicles or behind the walls of forward operating bases.” Strengthening Afghans’ sense of security will require troops to take greater risks, ” but the coalition “cannot succeed if it is unwilling to share risk, at least equally, with the people.
He had also stated that there has been enough fighting in Afghanistan, (that statement is a sign of strength….) and that Taliban members can be in the government of Afghanistan.
“As a soldier, my personal feeling is that there’s been enough fighting,” said McChrystal.
“I believe that a political solution to all conflicts is the inevitable outcome. And it’s the right outcome,” he added.
Asked is he would be content to see Taliban leaders in a future government in the country, the general said: “I think any Afghans can play a role if they focus on the future, and not the past.”
Now lets move onto the top dog, General Petraeus, who has not changed the Rules of Engagement (ROE) that favor the enemy, and still believes that nation building is working. Although I do understand his point that the upcoming “Burn a Koran Day” could make things worse overseas. But the other day Afghans burned the America Flag, and I have not seen him say a word about that.
Why doesn’t he ask for mutual respect? No, let me change that. Why doesn’t he demand it? Bowing down to a religion/ideology that calls for your dominance is not the answer.
Koran verse 009.029
YUSUFALI: Fight those who believe not in Allah nor the Last Day, nor hold that forbidden which hath been forbidden by Allah and His Messenger, nor acknowledge the religion of Truth, (even if they are) of the People of the Book, until they pay the Jizya with willing submission, and feel themselves subdued.
Another example of this is the way the US Military members are ordered to handle the Koran. This is a sign of weakness.
According to Section 6-5-c(3), should a Koran need to be removed from a detainee’s cell — you know, carried somewhere — and the detainee is personally unable to move it (best option), and the Muslim chaplain, librarian and interpreter are also unable to move it (second-best option), then the U.S. Army guard, as a very last resort, may take action — but only “after approval by the DOC (who notes this in the DIMS).”
Then the insanity really begins. The guard is directed to don “clean gloves … in full view of the detainees prior to handling.” He must use “two hands … at all times when handling the Koran in a manner signaling respect and reverence.”
Would today’s military “leaders” have respected Mein Kampf like this?
Captain Jennifer Gregoire has also catered to Islam, as she has the all female Marine unit in Afghanistan running around with headscarfs on.
“It’s part of the effort to show we’re sensitive to local culture,” said Capt. Jennifer Gregoire, of East Strasburg, Pennsylvania. She leads the Female Engagement Team in the Now Zad Valley of Helmand province, the heartland of the Taliban insurgency.
“If you show your hair, its kind of like seeing a nude picture here, because women are very covered up,” she said.
Jennifer, what part of our way of life are they sensitive too?
I frequently speak to US Soldiers, and nearly all of them clearly understand that Islam itself is the problem, and fighting a PC war does not cut it. It is their “leaders” that are the problem. They are no better than our PC politicians, and we will never win this war with our current leadership, government and military included. General Patton must be rolling in his grave.