Ft. Hood 5 Years On : A Travesty Of Injustice, Treachery And Cowardice

En Garde In The Bunker

En Garde In The Bunker

Ft. Hood 5 years on. A Commander-in-Chief that makes a mockery of the very troops that protect him is reminiscent of the Roman ruler Caligula, so is it any wonder why the rogue fraud “president” puts military veterans at the top of his domestic terrorism list? Pathetic is what it is. The rogue fraud “president” IS the ultimate Islamic Jihadist Muslim Manchurian Candidate, and there’s a reason why. Post-college “Comrade Hussein” traveled to Pakistan of all places with his live-in room mate, and it’s not because he was a Christian either. There’s also a good reason why Comrade Hussein was aided and abetted into getting into College by Saudi money and influence; all part of his efforts to weaken the US economically, politically, and militarily. “Once is accidental; twice is coincidence; three times is enemy action.”

All by way of bringing forth “Ft. Hood 5 years on”, the anniversary of which is today, when Nidal Malik Hasan went berserk in the Fort Hood Islamic Jihadist Muslim Terrorist attack – one of the most lethal attacks on American soil, ranking right up there with 9/11 itself. Except that the Obama Administration has refused from day one, to label it as such; which is a travesty in and of itself. And before all the trolls come forth and exclaim the same thing was happening under other administrations, let me go on record here with “Well, Bush did it too!”

There’s a very important book which is very relevant to the Fort Hood disaster, and a must-read for all Americans: “Infiltration” by Paul Sperry. It was published during the mid-Bush years, and lays out, in well-documented detail, the frightening penetration of our entire government by Islamic Jihadist Muslim Terrorists and their enablers. Check out the scene for instance, where the FBI’s Arab translators cheered and celebrated in jubilation at the news of 9/11. And these are the people we depend on to tell us what their coreligionists are planning for us!

You will come to realize just how dangerous a snake Karl Rove was (and still is) and how much damage he has brought upon the Constitutional Republic, even unto the present day. Sperry exposes Rove’s role in embedding so many dangerous enemies in the heart of our policy-making and national security structure at the behest of his close friend, the execrable Grover Norquist, founder of the Islamic Free Market Institute. The “Enemy Within” has never been as much of a force as it has become in the years leading up to today’s Muslim Brotherhood wandering in and out of the White House at will. And Nidal Malik Hasan is still living, breathing, and being comfortably looked after, five years after his “Allahu Akbar” moment of his slaughter of the innocents. Unbelievable. Ft. Hood 5 years on. “The Obama Doctrine can be described in just nine words: Embolden our enemies, undermine our friends, diminish our country.” ~ Frank J. Gaffney Jr.

So on to Lloyd Billingsley and “Five Years Since The Fort Hood Massacre”

Lloyd Billingsley...

Lloyd Billingsley…

On November 5, 2009, at Ford Hood, Texas, U.S. soldiers were getting their final medical checkups before deploying to Afghanistan. Major Nidal Malik Hasan, an Army psychiatrist began gunning down the soldiers. His victims, all unarmed, included Francheska Velez, a 21-year-old private from Chicago who pleaded for the life of her unborn child. The Muslim major killed two other women that day along with 10 men, more than twice as many victims as the first attack on the World Trade Center in 1993.

Hasan also wounded 33 others, including Sergeant Alonzo Lunsford, who played dead then fled the building. Major Hasan chased down Lunsford, an African-American, and shot him seven times, including one bullet in the back.Firing a high-capacity handgun fitted with laser sights, Major Hasan shot Sergeant Shawn Manning in the chest and pumped four rounds into Sgt. Patrick Zeigler. Hasan would have killed and wounded more if civilian police officer Kim Munley had not wounded the assailant, who yelled “Allahu akbar,” as he killed. That familiar cry was hardly the only indicator of Hasan’s motives.

Hasan had been emailing terrorist Anwar al-Awlaki about the prospect of killing infidel American soldiers, and the “Soldier of Allah,” as he called himself, did everything but take out an ad on the Super Bowl to announce his jihadist intentions. The U.S. security establishment was well aware of the communications but did nothing to stop Hasan, who claimed to be acting on behalf of the Taliban. Anwar al-Awlaki was orgasmic with joy that Hasan had done his duty.

President Barack Obama’s first response to Hasan’s mass murder was brief, low key, and failed to ascribe any responsibility to Islamic terrorism. “We cannot fully know what leads a man to do such a thing,” the president said. Such breathtaking denial soon became official policy. The Obama administration’s Department of Defense issued Protecting the Force: Lessons from Fort Hood, which contains not a single reference to jihad or jihadists. Its only mention of “Islamic” is an endnote reference to “Countering Violent Islamic Extremism,” a 2007 FBI Law Enforcement Bulletin.

The United States Army and federal government did not call Hasan’s attack terrorism or even gun violence. Major Hasan killed African Americans, hispanics and non-Muslims, but the government did not call the attack a hate crime. Rather, the government proclaimed the murder spree a case of “workplace violence,” an absurdity for the ages with consequences for the Hasan’s victims. The refused to classify Hasan’s attack as terrorism rendered victims ineligible for medals and other benefits related to combat.

Hasan remained in the Army, retained his rank of major, and the Army continued to pay his full salary. The Army also took care of the paralyzing injuries Hasan sustained, but Alonzo Lunsford told reporters the army refused to cover an operation to remove a bullet still in his body, and docked his pay when he was undergoing treatment for post-traumatic stress disorder. “We don’t get passes the way Major Hasan got passes,” Lunsfordtold the New York Times. “Each one of us has gotten a raw deal somewhere down the line.” In April, the White House declined Alonzo Lunsford’s requestto meet with the president and explain how the government mistreated victims of the 2009 attack.

In August of 2013, a panel of 13 military officers handed down a death sentence for Major Hasan, but the sentence may never be carried out. The U.S. military has not executed an active-duty soldier since 1961, a span of more than half a century. The appeal process is lengthy and the final call goes to the President of the United States. The current incumbent is Barack Obama and Major Hasan showcases the opportunities for “Soldiers of Allah” under the Obama administration.

They can join the U.S. Army and still get promoted. They can correspond freely with the most bloodthirsty foreign terrorists, and those conducting the surveillance will do nothing to stop them from killing 13 American soldiers on a U.S. Army base. The Army, government, and president will provide cover by calling this workplace violence instead of terrorism. So the Soldier of Allah escapes with his own life and in prison continues to inspire other jihadists.

The month before Major Hasan’s trial, Rudy Giuliani said, “you can’t fight an enemy you don’t acknowledge.” The next president, who will also be Commander in Chief, will have an opportunity to acknowledge the enemy, recognize Major Hasan’s massacre as terrorism, and execute the terrorist on day one. As one of his victims said, he doesn’t deserve to live.

Source, FrontPageMagazine/Lloyd Billingsley; and personal archives…