Ft Hood Massacre revisited

Well, what is it that we have learned from Ft Hood? The assassin was a Muslim, a supporter of Jihad, and this administration and the government controlled news media have begun a cover up, by lying about this being an act of terror. The FBI and the Army investigative service both not only dropped the ball on this but continue to run for cover.

Here is what I do know. He is a Muslim terrorist, he attacked American servicemen, servicewomen, and civilians and killed 13. The president refuses to admit this so that he can claim this is not a crisis or that his incompetence allowed this to happen.

"What is hard to ignore, now, is the growing derangement on all matters involving terrorism and Muslim sensitivities. Its chief symptoms: a palpitating fear of discomfiting facts and a willingness to discard those facts and embrace the richest possible variety of ludicrous theories as to the motives behind an act of Islamic terrorism. All this we have seen before but never in such naked form. The days following the Fort Hood rampage have told us more than we want to know, perhaps, about the depth and reach of this epidemic." Dorothy Rabinowitz

Here is Nidal Hasan's PowerPoint presentation about Islam, Muslims, and the military. Note the copious quoting of the Koran; the explanation of the doctrine of abrogation (citing Koran 2:106 and 16:101), which usually Islamic apologists in the West dismiss as an invention of "Islamophobes"; and the explanations of defensive and offensive jihad. http://www.jihadwatch.org/2009/11/nidal-hasan-explains-the-koran-and-islam.html

I suffer from PTSD. PTSD is not a disease you can "catch" as these muslim lawyers are pronouncing. This is a lie. I find that his supporter's use of PTSD as a defense is unspeakable and false.

However I do have one thing in common with Nidal Hasan, I am a Catholic before I am an American. Unlike Nidal Hasan, I do not see these two as being mutually exclusive.

Dieu Sauve le Roy!

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