With the following, I’m guilty of “burying the lead” (as it’s called in the news business) on the Fort Hood mass-casualty shooting.
I want everyone to know about their commander-in-chief and his compulsive need to make everything about him…. even the shooting of 43 people.
The world waited breathlessly yesterday waiting for the TV mutts to breathlessly report what WWOS… “What Would Obama Say?”.
Knowing he was about to speak of the execution-style, close range killings of at least 13 soldiers and civilian police at Fort Hood were slaughtered and over 30 others wounded, by U.S. Army Major Malik Nadal Hasan, a Muslim, he…:
- He spent the first two minutes of the four-and-a-half minute address in a light-hearted discussion of the “Tribal Nations Conference” on Native American rights he was attending. (I’ll pass on any speculation about how he should be using his POTUS time).
“I want to thank my Cabinet members and senior administration officials who participated today. I hear that Dr. Joe Medicine Crow was around, and so I want to give a shout out to that Congressional Medal of Honor winner (sic). It's good to see you.”
Is there anything more dignified than the President of the United States sounding like he’s presenting the MTV award for best thug-rapper?
- Once again you stupid son of a bitch, no one “wins” the Medal of Honor…it’s not a game;
- and, there is no such thing as the Congressional Medal of Honor;
- and, Dr. Medicine Crow has never been awarded the Medal of Honor. But he was awarded the “Presidential Medal of Freedom”… you should at least get that right… you gave him the damned thing a few months ago.
- And… since you have also had the singular honor of presenting the Medal of Honor to the grieving parents of Army Sergeant First Class Jared Monti less than three weeks ago, is it too much to act that you at least know what you’re talking about?
Michelle Malkin reports: “When he finally got around to the purpose for his public appearance, he gave an uninspired and rambling dissertation on the (Fort Hood) tragedy. Even then, he could not keep the topic focused on sympathy for the pain of others:
“I want all of you to know that as Commander in Chief, that there’s no greater honor, but no greater responsibility for me (emphasis his) than to make sure that the extraordinary men and women in uniform are properly cared for…”
Starting now there must be a complete and exhaustive investigation of the Army (and not by the Army) on one simple issue: why was Hasan allowed to remain in the Army, let alone have contact with soldiers needing competent psychological care, let alone not be charged with several violations of the Uniformed Code of Military Justice. (Hasan shown left as a young lieutenant.
We all know the reason already, and it has cost 13 lives—probably more—and the severe wounding of dozens more.
- It should outrage all Americans that almost immediately there was an obvious attempt to portray Hasan, an active-duty Army Medical Corps psychiatrist, as anything but what he is… an angry, Muslim-centric mass-killer who supported suicide bombers—equating them with Medal of Honor Recipients—and their killing of US troops.
Further evidence of the Army’s negligence, and criminal misconduct by allowing a Muslim fifth-columnist to remain in the military in any capacity:
23 March, 2003, Camp Pennsylvania Kuwait:
Muslim Army Sgt. Hasan Karim Akbar (formerly: Mark Fidel Kools) at a rear base camp before the invasion of Iraq. In a premeditated attack, Akbar threw hand grenades into a tent before sunrise when most troops were still sleeping. He fired his rifle into the ensuing chaos.
He was convicted of the murder of Army Capt. Christopher Seifert and Air Force Maj. Gregory Stone. His first appeal review is now in process; if he loses his faces death by lethal injection. Read more here.
Not to fear, my Muslim enemies… the military hasn’t executed anyone since 1961. It is my belief that Akbar will eventually be released, just like the POWs at Gitmo. ‘Course I know you’re pissed too, if he’s “martyred” he’s a more valuable propaganda tool.
10 September, 2003, Guantanamo Bay:
“Came into contact with Saudi clerics”?
American traitor Lee, a Muslim, is shown right with his parents, insisting he was the victim of… .racial and religious discrimination.
Given his background should Lee have been assigned to work with hard-corps enemies of America imprisoned in Gitmo?
Of course, you bitter, gun and Bible-clingers…. we would rather have our soldiers and civilians die than to take the steps to prevent Muslim zealots from infiltrating of our military.
Yee was caught red-handed with secret material and charged with sedition,aiding the enemy, spying espionage, and failure to obey a general order. However, all charges were later reduced to a single charge of “mishandling classified information” by prosecutors who cited “national security concerns that would arise from the release of the evidence.”
But Yee was alone… he was the leader of a spy ring.
Air Force Senior Airman Ahmad I. Halabi (at left in photo), an Arabic translator, was arrested at Gitmo, and civilian translator Ahmed F. Mehalba, arrested at Boston's Logan International Airport as he returned from a trip to Egypt with a computer disc of classified US military information.
Read more here.
Eventually Halabi was found guilty of possessing and transporting classified information, violating a general regulation, and lying to investigators. In September 2004, he was sentenced at Travis AFB a bad conduct discharge, 295 days confinement (essentially time served), and reduction to E-1 rank.
You may ask, well, where is Ahmad I. Halabi today…. well, why don’t you check in on his Linked in Page…. in which he brazenly lists his Air Force experience, omitting just one detail. He appears to be successful “Senior Executive - Customer Business at Dubai Properties” in the U.A.E.
Click here for his profile… perhaps you can leave him a message.
- Muslim US soldier Hasan Abujihaad was convicted last year of espionage and supporting terrorism in connection with his service aboard the USS Benfold. He provided classified material with al Qaeda financiers which included movements of US ships just six months after al Qaeda operatives had killed 17 Americans aboard the USS Cole in Yemen. Helmet tip: MichelleMalkin.com
- Convicted Beltway sniper and Muslim John Muhammad is scheduled to be executed next week. He was discharged from the U.S. Army at the rank of sergeant in 1994, following the Gulf War.
At right is a frame grab from a Killeen, Texas, convenience store security video that shows Nadal Malik Hasan in early Thursday morning, Nov. 5, 2009. Hasan shot and killed 14 people at Fort Hood in the worst mass shooting ever at a military base
Hasan’s terroristic past:
This much, beyond the state-controlled media’s attempt at white-wash, is known:
--At least six months ago Fort Hood killer Hasan came to the attention of law enforcement officials because of Internet postings about suicide bombings and other threats, including posts that equated suicide bombers to soldiers who throw themselves on a grenade to save the lives of their comrades.
--Hasan had made “outlandish comments” about the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan and US involvement in them and that “Muslims had a right to rise up and attack Americans in Iraq and Afghanistan.”
--His name appeared on radical Internet postings.
--A fellow officer says he fought his deployment to Iraq and argued with soldiers who supported U.S. wars. He required disciplinary counseling as a medical student because of problems he had with his patients.
(BTW: Hasan’s medical school education was paid for by you, the American taxpayer.)
Did the attack create terror? Was that along with killing as many as possible, the intent?
Then what else should it be called?
One of the great weakness of our nation is the knee-jerk, bending over backwards of our political correct society (even in the military) to whitewash our enemies as just part of the rich fabric of our so-called “diversity”.
Associated Press turned in its usual hard-hitting story:
Officials at the post hospital where Hasan worked said they weren't aware of any problems with his job performance.
"Up to this point I would consider him an asset," said Col. Kimberly Kesling, deputy commander of base clinical services.
She described Hasan as "a quiet man who wouldn't seek the limelight."
An imam from a mosque Hasan regularly attended said Hasan, a lifelong Muslim, was a committed soldier, gave no sign of extremist beliefs and regularly wore his uniform at prayers.
I’ll guarantee you that this impression of Hasan will not hold up for another 24 hours as the blogosphere, Glenn Beck, Rush, and a few newspapers try to get to the truth.
The responsibility for this reaches the highest levels of the civil and military leadership of the Army.
We cannot allow it to be whitewashed…. again.
Only about half the murdered Fort Hood soldiers are shown above.
May God rest their souls.