Terrorists in the Military: The Legacy of Political Correctness

On November 5, Major Nidal Hasan, an Army Psychiatrist, walked into the Solider Readiness Center in Fort Hood, Texas and shot 43 people. Thirteen died. While he fired at them he shouted Allahu Akbar, like a stereotypical Muslim terrorist. The military should have known it was coming. He had given away all his worldly goods beforehand. He’d been in contact with radical Muslim extremeists for months including Anwar al-Awlaki, an Imam known as the “Bin Laden of the internet.”

Naturally, the first reaction from the authorities was to tell everyone not to leap to conclusions. And of course, for days afterward they were saying it wasn’t a terrorist incident. Who can forget President Obama’s reaction to the shooting, giving a shout out to someone with a smile on his face before dealing with the matter as if, “Oh yeah, there were some people shot in Texas.”

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The government bent over backwards to try to make it out to be a lone nut incident and there was no mention of Islam in the Army’s initial 86-page report.

When the facts came out it was revealed that the military already knew Hasan was a risk and did nothing out of political correctness, it created quite a stir. People had to die before the military would look at how absurd its policies have been. Apparently, they need to look into them some more:

The U.S. Army is investigating allegations that soldiers were attempting to poison the food supply at Fort Jackson in South Carolina.

The ongoing probe began two months ago, Chris Grey, a spokesman for the Army’s Criminal Investigation Division, told Fox News.

The Army is taking the allegations “extremely seriously,” Grey said, but so far, “there is no credible information to support the allegations.”

Five suspects, detained in December, were part of an Arabic translation program called “09 Lima” and use Arabic as their first language, two sources told Fox News. Another military source said they were Muslim. It wasn’t clear whether they were still being held.

Obviously, the military needs Arabic translators. But in a wartime situation, you’ve got to be careful who you hire. The military had recent problems with gang infiltration. Gangs like the Crips, Bloods, Hells Angels, Latin Kings, Mexican Mafia have managed to get into the services in order to get military training, steal weapons for the black market, even engage in drug distribution. So if gangs can do it there’s no reason to doubt that radical Islamists wouldn’t take the same course. Killing a lot of American soldiers from inside a military base, on the US no less, would be a big coup for them. This is a war and they take it seriously.

Many politicians and media types fail to grasp the severity of the war on terror. It’s not a joke. It’s not some Bush/Cheney conspiracy. The Islamists have been at this for a long time. Long before 9/11. Even before the Islamic Revolution in Iran. If you haven’t seen it, you should check out this interview Bill Whittle did for PJTV with a couple whistleblowers people about Islamic infiltration in our government. It’s an eye opener. Our government is blindly working with Islamic front groups to try to find ways to prosecute the war on terror without offending Muslims. They’re telling them our tactics and secrets.

No wonder they think they can beat us.

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With this kind of mindless strategy, terrorism should come as no surprise. Terrorists have stepped up their attacks since Obama took office. We had no attacks in the US after 9/11/2001 until last year. The administration has anti-profiling edicts out. It’s like a “kick me” sign on our backs put there by Barack Hussein Obama.

Until the government and this administration realize that we’re engaged in a real war and political correctness will get people killed, more incidents are bound to happen. But watch them try to blame the Joe Stack incident on conservatives and Tea Parties instead of dealing with the real root causes. DHS and Janet Napolitano will be all over it.

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