I was reading yesterday a little about the US soldier who shot and killed a bunch of Afghanistan civilians, and his upcoming trial. Once again, I was slapped right across the face with the hypocrisy that we are willingly spoon fed every single second of our lives in our country today. Here is a man who served multiple tours in the War on Terror that, let me remind you, was started by Homicidal Muslims (I know, that is an oxymoron). This soldier put his life on the line for our country more times than all of those working for Pravda (Our main stream media) and living in Washington DC combined, as he fought in God knows how many heavy combat incidents, during which he suffered a traumatic brain injury.
Then, we have that Muslim demon (Another oxymoron), Major Hasan. Many probably will not remember him since Pravda quickly moves on to more important things when a Muslim does what Muslims do - slaughter people for nothing more than the sake of slaughtering people. As a refresher for those few who actually care, Major Hasan was the U.S. Army shrink who shot and killed unarmed, innocent soldiers at Fort Hood while screaming "Allah Akbar."
Now I know, we are not supposed to question ANYTHING a Muslim does, because even a simple joke can cause one of them to strap on a vest laden with C4 and blow themselves up in a playground. But I think this needs to be considered.
While many rush to judgment on this U.S. soldier and want him tried and executed ASAP, the debate rages as to whether Hasan is mentally competent to stand trial. All this, even though evidence and his own statements clearly explain Hasan's motive that day was to kill as many U.S. soldiers (who he considered "Infidels") as possible.
Does anyone else see the hypocrisy here??? Does anyone else take exception to the fact that a Combat Veteran U.S. Soldier in a war zone cracks, and he MUST stand trial and be punished accordingly immediately. However, this Muslim psychiatrist whose job was stateside in an office, commits 13 acts of first degree murder, and 29 acts of attempted first degree murder, and many, including Obama and his attorney general try to argue that we should not rush to judgment. Why? Because this Muslim supposedly killed because he suffered from post-traumatic stress syndrome after listening to real soldiers who had actual battle experience. Give me a break. Does anyone really truly believe that? If you do, I have some great property on Mars that I am willing to sell you real cheap.
Now, I am not saying that what this soldier did to those Afghanistan civilians was justified. The murder of non-combatants should not be justified. But when you stand the two incidents side by side, it is obvious that the issue is not "Justice." The issue is making sure we appease and pander to an idiology that hides behind what they call a religion (Islam), and uses that "religion" as justification to slaughter other humans (including their own) in the most sadistic ways possible.
Why is this considered okay in our country?