Monday, August 30, 2010

Islamic Extremists in the Workplace: Department of Defense Covers It Up

The Washington Times had an editorial this week that describes the disturbing delusional tendencies of the Pentagon brass regarding Muslims in the workplace.  The editorial describes the review of the Fort Hood shooting incident in which a Muslim army officer shot and killed 14 people, most of them soldiers.  The review is an exercise in denial and a cover-up of internal Islamic threat:
On Aug. 18, Secretary of Defense Robert M. Gates released the final Fort Hood follow-on review, in which he proposed initiatives to "mitigate internal threats, ensure force protection, enable emergency response and provide care for victims and families." Radical Islam is nowhere to be found.
The DoD report offers incorrect solutions to a misdiagnosed problem, i.e., that ardent Muslims kill people.  It's what they do.  So the DoD and the Army have simply refused to admit the problem exists.  This is the real danger of "political correctness," when reality itself is denied through a determined effort not to see it.  An alternate reality is promoted instead, and God help anyone who pricks the bubble of illusion.  So speak no evil of Muslims, voice no doubts as to their loyalty or propensity to treason, regardless of the mounting evidence:
The Defense Science Board currently is examining "behavioral indicators of violence and radicalization," and the report recommends a better force protection reporting system for suspicious behavior. This is where the system breaks down. Maj. Hasan didn't slip under the radar because of an inadequate reporting system or lack of indicators that he was a problem. He escaped strong scrutiny solely because he was Muslim.
The DoD's message -- Don't report suspicious Muslims:
In the prevailing politically correct climate, few officers want to risk reporting anything to do with a Muslim for fear of official retaliation.

Read the entire editorial here.  Hat tip View From the Right.

23 comments:

Stogie said...

"This is the real danger of "political correctness," when reality itself is denied through a determined effort not to see it.  An alternate reality is promoted instead, and God help anyone who pricks the bubble of illusion."

The general isn't stupid; he's just following orders.  While republics care about the well-being of their people, empires care only about advancing their power.  "Political correctness" is just another name for the ideology of empire, which is that culture and religion don't matter.   In fact, as focal points for the self-determination of small nation-states, culture and religion impede the growth of empire. 

That's why America's traditional culture must be erased. 

Stogie said...

OR, I don't see the current federals wanting to have an empire, where they control other nation states and bleed them for their resources.  I see the current feds as wanting to dissolve America into a global government, destroy its sovereignty, redistribute its wealth, erase its borders and obliterate the will of its people to resist these changes.

In any case, they do believe that culture and religion don't matter, and in fact, believe that culture and religion (and language and borders) impede their globalist goals.  Their goal is not to make America a superpower, it is to make it into just another third world country.

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