“…and in a fit of anger I pounced, and I pounced again…”Â Â Â from Frank Zappa’sÂ “don’t eat the yellow snow…”
In the video below you can listen to a pile of sanctimonious BS moderated by a pommie traitor (James Bays)Â who sold out to the Arabs at Al Jizz. Enjoy the fake outrage over perceived transgressions in Afghanistan, which he calls aÂ “deeply conservative country”- as if fanatical Moslems had something in common with conservatives in the West.
Look out for riots and thousands of rage-boys go apeshit over this latest manufactured outrage…Â
US troops are caught with resources to convert Afghan locals to Christianity. This is a serious development. The video footage below was taken 12 months ago. Who knows how long all this has been happening?
* You see, for Yusuf the Islamo-agit prop, this is a “serious development”- the current Taliban takeover of Pakistan is of no concern to him. Iran with nukes? No problemo. Â The latest atrocitiesÂ committedÂ by his co-religionists don’t bother this jihad propagandist even less. Being a fanatical Muslim himself, Â Yusuf also has no problem with the radical headbangers in the mosques that preach our subjugation and annihilation. Yusuf is concerned about Moslem “sensitivities”…
The sensitivity of religion in this part of the world cannot be over-emphasised. This kind of video footage can and no doubt will be used by Taliban propagandists to undermine the Karzai government. This could well threaten the security of our own troops.Â Â Â Â Â Â
- “Our troops? Yusuf? Are you no longer a soldier for Allah?
The US army has some explaining to do. So does Kevin Rudd.
The text accompanying the video is reproduced below.
US soldiers in Afghanistan have been filmed with local language Bibles and urged to be “witnesses for Jesus” despite anti-proselytising rules. Al Jazeera’s James Bays reports.
US troops urged to share faith in Afghanistan – 04 May 09
Afghan government demands probe over alleged U.S. army Bible distribution
Former prime minister Ahmed Shah Ahmedzai laments: “This is a complete deviation from what they (the U.S. military) are supposed to be doing.Â I don’t think even the U.S. Constitution would allow what they are doingÂ … it is completely against all regulations. This is very damaging for diplomatic relations between the two countries.” Think again, Ahmed; the First Amendment permits “what they are doing” — if, in fact, they even are doing any such thing.
“Afghan calls for Bible distribution probe,” fromÂ UPI, May 4, via JW:
A former Afghan official says an investigation should be conducted into U.S. soldiers allegedly trying to convert Muslims to Christianity.Â
Ahmed Shah Ahmedzai, Afghanistan’s former prime minister, said footage shot by a U.S. documentary filmmaker showing U.S. military chaplains at Bagram Air Force base discussing how to distribute Pashto language copies of the Bible to Muslims revealsÂ a violation of regulations, Al Jazeera reported Monday.
“This is a complete deviation from what they (the U.S. military) are supposed to be doing,” Ahmedzai said. “I don’t think even the U.S. Constitution would allow what they are doing … it is completely against all regulations. This is very damaging for diplomatic relations between the two countries.”
The footage, which was obtained and broadcast by Al Jazeera, also showed a sermon delivered by Lt. Col. Gary Hensley, chief of U.S. military chaplains in Afghanistan, telling soldiers that, as followers of Jesus Christ, they all have a responsibility “to be witnesses for him.”
“There is no effort to go out and proselytize to Afghans,” U.S. Col. Greg Julian told the broadcaster.
“Most of this is taken out of context … . This is irresponsible and inappropriate journalism.”
- “Out of context”- sounds good to me…