The excuses for the mass killing given by the media, including FOX and Schlepard Smith include:
- Stressed US troops
- “Upset” about being deployed to Iraq
- Caused by “multiple deployments”
- An act of a “crazy person”
WRONG WRONG WRONG!
In fact, this is another premeditated terrorist attack by at least one Muslim among many who have been encouraged to infiltrate our military to do this very thing. Whether this is a lone Jihadi acting on what he has been indoctrinated to do, or whether he was an implanted “sleeper”, part of a larger plot, is beside the point. The results are the same. The hatred and vile impulse and the religion behind this is all the same. The main point is Muslims indoctrinate themselves to have the beliefs and the mentality to carry out these kinds of acts.
Most of us don’t get it yet. The media gets a Muslim name from multiple sources, yet refuses to utter the name Nadal Malik Hasan for hours after being advised. That is politically correct suicide – and ignorant. In fact liberal web sites such as the Huffington Post don’t believe the Muslim religion had anything to do with this – not worth mentioning. Ignorant Ignorant Ignorant!
Solutions, anyone? How about keeping Muslims out of the military, just like we kept the Japanese out of the military after their attack on Pearl Harbor. How about admitting there are few “moderate Muslims” who would not give their life for the Jihadi Muslim cause. How about acknowledging that “moderate” Muslims are not so moderate and recognize them for what they are: Enemies of the State?
When will we learn?
Here is an update from Robert Spencer.
And doesn’t THIS explain a lot about our neo-Muslim president (from Robert Spencer):
Of course. Why not? He was a "moderate." Until he wasn't.
"Nidal Hasan: Ft. Hood Shooter Participated in Homeland Security Disaster Preparation," from Gawker, November 6 (thanks to Mary Belle):
The gunman who killed 12 people today at Ft. Hood appears, based on current media reports, to be Army psychiatrist Nidal Hasan who was listed as a participant in a Homeland Security Policy Institute's presidential transition task force last year.
The task force was not officially affiliated with the White House. It was a project of the Homeland Security Policy Institute, an independent thinktank housed at George Washington University, aimed at drafting policy recommendations for the incoming Obama administration.
According to the task force's May 2009 report [pdf], a "Nidal Hasan" from the Uniformed Services University School of Medicine was a task force event participant. Other participants included Senate and House staffers, Department of Homeland Security officials, Defense Department officials, and reporters for Politico, the Washington Post, and the London Times....