Over the years some people have told that I am wrong to oppose Muslims serving in the US Military. Saying that they are serving our country. My response has been that besides the obvious threat of violence like the Fort Hood Shooting, something even more insidious is happening.
Just last month Muslims claimed the LAPD had agreed to change some of their policies to appease the Muslim community. But they have an endless list of demands, and were still complaining about the NYPD. So today Muslims took another attempt at breaking the NYPD, and filed their first lawsuit against it.
Besides calling for an end to all Muslim immigration, I have been calling for all Muslims to be discharged from the US Military. Now finally a US politician has echoed the call! State Rep. Womick (R-TN), has done the right thing, and has called for all Muslims to be discharged from the US Military. Besides the treacherous Islamic terrorist attack at Fort Hood, there are other reasons Muslims should not be trusted with positions in the US Military. Another would be the four Muslim discharged last February after talk of a food poisoning plot, and a perfect example of why Muslims cannot be trusted in military positions is Koshin Mohamed, Special Combat Engineer 4Th Engineering Bat. 569 Company, US Army. Koshin was and might still be stationed at Fort Carson in Colorado.
This is part II to the “My Debate with US Army Member Koshin Mohamed~ Part I”, article. In this article we are going to start with another comment from Koshin.
Back on August 16Th I posted the following article. “My Email to Fort Carson In Regards to Islam Promoting Major General Hammond~ UPDATED With Reply”. On November 14Th the following post was left by Koshin Mohamed who is a Special Combat Engineer 4Th Engineering Bat. 569 Company, US Army.
In the past I have pointed out how top US Military “leaders” are pandering to, and even promoting Islam. Unfortunately these actions are continuing today, and here are some examples.
Just like General McCrystal, General Petraeus is more concerned with the people of Afghanistan, than his own troops. Our great troops are being forced to fight with one hand tied behind their back, and if the Soviets could not defeat the Taliban in a brutal war, how are supposed to win while fighting a politically correct war?
These ridiculous Rules of Engagement (ROE), stem from the nation building policy. I do not mean any disrespect to our great troops when I say this, because they did not write up the war plan, but nation building is a failure, as the infidel does not get to dictate to Muslims what Islam is. Iraq is now a Christian persecuting Islamic country, where the Shiite vs Sunni feud continues, and Afghanistan will always be an Islamic hellhole.
In this update the US Army food poisoning plot, Rep. Joe Wilson states that there was no plot to poison to the food. But that four of the five Muslim soldiers that were questioned, have been discharged for “petty crimes”. What I want to know is what does “petty crimes” equate to? If they were “petty crimes” that had nothing to do with a poisoning plot, how come they were not discharged until now? After the obvious cover up of the Islamic factor in the Fort Hood shooting, what is to stop them from lying to us again?
Unlike the Pentagon’s whitewash of the Islamic factor in the Fort Hood attack, finally some of our leaders show some spine and I completely agree with this policy. If an American citizen joins up with an Islamic terrorist group, such has al Qaeda, or Hamas, they deserve to be killed, and if they are captured they should be charged with treason.
It is pretty sad when the so called leaders of the greatest military force on the planet do not even have the guts to speak the truth. Especially when it is their fault that we lost 13 American soldiers because of politically correct policies. The Pentagon’s review on the Fort Hood shooting is nothing more than a whitewash of the Islamic factor in the attack and we will never win a war if we cannot even name the enemy. Military families should be outraged by this.