Tune in to The Jiggy Jaguar Show today at 3:15 PT/ 4:15 CT to hear author Robert Patrick Lewis talk with JJ about “When your brother becomes your enemy- A soldier’s Comment On The Fort Hood Killer.”
Nidal Malik Hasan killed 13 and wounded another 32 Americans. I feel that this will get blushed over in the media, so it bears repeating: Nidal Malik Hasan, a sleeper agent embedded in the United States Army killed 13 and wounded 32 Americans on November 5th, 2009, under the guise of being a trusted psychiatrist, while they were at a facility on Fort Hood preparing to go and defend the United States of America.
When Nidal Malik Hasan was Major Hasan, working as a sleeper agent in the Army, communicating and taking his orders from Anwar al-Awlaki, a radical Muslim cleric in Yemen, he woke up and shaved his beard every morning, following US Army standards and going to work.
On November 5th, 2009 he arrived at work and went on his murderous rampage, killing and wounding innocent American soldiers preparing to go defend their country; fathers, mothers, wives, husbands, all murdered by a radical Islamic terrorist.
Now that he has murdered Americans in the name of a misinterpretation of religion that goes against everything we stand for, he wants to use our criminal justice system and misguided ACLU to his liking, and is pretending that even though he spent years in the United States Army, waking up and shaving every morning like the rest of us, now that he has murdered our brethren the act of shaving is suddenly against his religious principles.
Unfortunately, the justice in this case has been blinded by the political correctness/craziness revolution, and instead of justice for the 13 murdered and 32 wounded innocent Americans, our “justice” system has chosen to favor the Islamic Terrorist Nidal Malik Hasan, throwing the judge out for requiring that he follow the standards he swore to uphold and obey (and followed for years) when he entered the United States Army.
This is eerily similar to the case of Lt. Col Matthew Dooley, an Iraq combat veteran, who was fired from his position as a teacher at the National Defense University’s Joint Forces Staff College in Norfolk, Va. He was teaching a course which was approved by the University titled “Perspectives on Islam and Islamic Radicalism,” and when a student got his feelings hurt because the honesty of radical Islam was being taught, Lt. Col Dooley was fired and given a performance review to end his career.
This has gone too far; playing the bait-and-switch to take the attention off of this radical Islamist Terrorist and murderer by trying to shift the attention to the judge? Cancelling a class and ending a decorated war veterans career because someones feelings were hurt that the truth was being taught? I can’t even express the disgust that this makes me feel for our justice system.
I pride myself on trying to make the world a better place for my son and daughter, but seeing things like this in the news makes me realize that we’re going headfirst in the wrong direction, and groups like the ACLU and politicians who don’t have the spine to stand up for what is right are the ones steering us off the cliff.
This is America, and we need to spend out time defending innocent, tax-paying, law-abiding, God fearing patriotic Americans, not radical Islamic Terrorists or people in a war college who don’t have the intestinal fortitude to hear the truth about the most violent “religion” on the planet (I’m not saying Islam is violent, but rather those radical Islamists who have hijacked and distorted the religion for their own vile wishes and deeds).
God bless America, put this scum in front of the firing squad and get it over with.
Author Robert Patrick Lewis was on the Jiggy Jaguar Show in St. Louis to talk about “What Really Happens Over There,” the 9/11/12 tragedy and what a stated draw down date will mean to those Afghans and Iraqi’s who have helped us. (interview starts at 16:11)
RPL was on Ringside Politics with Jeff Crouere in New Orleans September 18, 2012to talk about the tragic events of September 11, 2012 and why it was neither unplanned or all about a movie. (Interview starts at 3hr 10min).