Treating murderous enemies better than friends. Sanity has long gone out the window in the U.S. Army.
Just recall how the military brass neglected to do anything about the outspoken terror-supporting jihadist Major Nidal Hasan, the Fort Hood mass murderer, because, as Army Chief of Staff George CaseyÂ infamously put it, diversity is more important than the lives of our soldiers. Specifically, Casey said that if Hasan had been expelled from the military, thus reducing the military’s diversity, that would have been a “greater tragedy” than the mass murder itself. And not only was Casey not fired for his monstrous statement; the statement was not challenged by anyone in the American political establishment, showing that his view was considered normal and acceptable.
Did You Know? Accused Ft. Hood Mass-Murderer Is Still Getting Paycheck From the Government
“We have to be fair to him regardless of what we saw or we think we saw or whatever the case may be.” Â ReadÂ MoreÂ Â»
To review: he obtained conscientious objector status against being deployed to Iraq after saying “his Muslim beliefs prevented him from fighting.” But he was willing and able to travel to Texas to attempt to pick up where Nidal Malik Hasan left off and slaughter more soldiers at Fort Hood.
And how better to do that than by murdering a few Infidels?
An update on theÂ conscientious objectorÂ who got out of the Army so he could avoid killing his fellow Muslims, but evidently wanted to kill large numbers of non-Muslims at Fort Hood.
War Is Deceit Update: “Devout Muslim Soldier Hopes to Avoid Deployment to Afghanistan,” by Sarah Netter forÂ ABC News, August 31, 2010 (thanks to JW):