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O, Inc., shielding Islam again?

March 27, 2012

American casualties in the war against terror. Unarmed because of political correctness. Murdered by Islamic deep cover infiltrator whose Medical Corps Major guise was facillitated by political correctness. No purple hearts. Our president would have us believe that it was a case of "workplace violence".

Is our president shielding the faith of his Indonesian childhood again?

Intelligent folks would like to know.

Our faithful media malpractice watchdog is on the case.

[Accuracy in Media ] The Strange Case of Sergeant Bales: Enemy Agent in the Ranks?

Although the media report that the military is investigating Bales—and that the story has now become that he made two trips outside his military base to carry out the killings—the Obama administration would not likely pursue the question of who was behind a shooter if the answer to that question would implicate the Taliban or other Islamists and if they could get him on an individual criminal charge instead.

Such was the case with U.S. Army Major Nidal Hasan, who killed 13 people in a Jihadist massacre at Fort Hood, Texas. Hasan, who yelled “Allahu Akbar” as he began killing his fellow soldiers and was linked to a foreign Al-Qaeda operative, the assassinated Anwar al Awlaki, engaged in what the administration now calls a case of “workplace violence.”

General George Casey, then-Chief of Staff of the U.S. Army, sent an e-mail to soldiers following the carnage in which he said that he was “. . . concerned about the potential for this speculation to cause a backlash against our Muslim Soldiers and civilians. We need to be vigilant to ensure this does not occur.”

The Hasan case, however, was not the only example of a Muslim in the U.S. military turning on his fellow soldiers.

Ali Mohammed, an Egyptian-born Islamic fundamentalist who helped plan Osama bin Laden’s bombing of the U.S embassies in Africa, had served as a sergeant with the U.S. Army Special Operations at Fort Bragg, North Carolina.

And Army Sergeant Hasan Akbar carried out a fatal 2003 grenade attack on members of his Airborne Division in Kuwait in the opening days of Iraq war. He killed two and wounded 15.

If the enemy recruited Bales and then helped him carry out the massacre, so it could be blamed on the U.S., then we gain an additional important insight into the brutal nature of those who want the U.S. to leave so they can take over. Staging a massacre and blaming it on the Americans is something that makes sense, if we examine what is already known about the killings.

Consider that the enemy has infiltrated and recruited among members of the Afghan Army. Is it so far-fetched to believe that an American soldier was recruited as well?

Perhaps he was not converted to Islam. But he may have had his outlook on the war completely twisted by the propaganda telling him that he is a member of an occupying force that has to leave the country.

So-called “information specialists” on the U.S. side of the conflict seem to have little understanding of how the Taliban might have used Bales for its own purposes, in terms of carrying out the actual murders, and then exploiting them for propaganda reasons. ibid. –

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