New Army Manual Orders Soldiers Not To Criticize Taliban
December 12, 2012
Instead of killing jihadists so that America can survive, the U.S. military will "talk nicey-nice" about them. How many more of our fine men and women will these barbarians slaughter? The Tanakh or the Hebrew Bible orders Jews to militarily devastate those who are trying to kill them. To do otherwise is to spit in the face of G-d and dishonor his gift of life on Earth.
This is an utterly cowardly disgrace and evidence that we have surrendered to dhimmitude! Islam is a totalitarian, misogynistic, supremacist, triumphalist doctrine - the denial of ALL human rights - that has NO PLACE in our once free society or ANYWHERE in the Western world for that matter.
Janet Levy, Los Angeles
Here is a strong indicator that the Obama Administration's crusade to appease Islam has gone too far; a new U.S. military handbook for troops deployed to the Middle East orders soldiers not to make derogatory comments about the Taliban or criticize pedophilia, among other outrageous things.
It gets better; the new manual, which is around 75 pages, suggests that Western ignorance of Afghan culture- not Taliban infiltration-is responsible for the increase in deadly attacks by Afghan soldiers against the coalition forces.
The soon-to-be-released Army handbook is still being drafted, but a mainstream newspaper got a sneak preview and published an article that should infuriate the American taxpayers funding the never-ending war on terror. The manual is being created because someone with authority bought the theory that cultural insensitivity is driving insider attacks on U.S. troops in Afghanistan.
More than three dozen insider attacks have killed 63 members of the U.S.-led coalition this year, according to the article, and some blame "American cultural ignorance." The bottom line is that troops may experience social-cultural shock and/or discomfort when interacting with Afghan security forces, the new military handbook says. "Better situational awareness/understanding of Afghan culture will help better prepare [troops] to more effectively partner and to avoid cultural conflict that can lead toward green-on-blue violence."
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