Are There Other Victims?

A jihadi bastard who also happened to wear the uniform of the United States Army goes on a pedophile worship induced rampage and murders 13 of the best our nation produces. Another 30+ are wounded. Those are the known casualties.

But let us not forget what his MOS in the Army was. He was a psychiatrist, tasked with administering to the emotional and psychological well being of our warriors. Warriors who had fought against his fellow savages in a war that he himself, by his own words, opposed.

How many other unknown victims are out there, suffering unneeded emotional duress because the man who was supposed to ease them back to this side of the wall was an ideological brethren of those they had been fighting against?

Pray for them as well as for the known victims of this savage follower of the cult of death.

16 comments

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    LC Aggie Sith, a goddess, only different.... says:

    On top of THAT, he had been reprimanded for prosetilyzing and trying to convert those soldiers he was tasked to treat. Why he was not tripped of his certification and removed from practice we’ll never know.

    I hope someone at BAMC slips….

    :em96:

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    Damn good point Crunch. I never thought about all those years he was interning and beyond that he would be able to put his spin on what they did was evil and they were right for having misgivings for what they had witnessed, rather than trying to help someone past the the everyday horrors of war.

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    What pissed me off was the immediate “don’t jump to conclusions about his faith” meme from the Mainstream Press. Of course, they were quick to talk about PTSD and how unhinged most of the troops are.

    Bastards.

    As for the shitstain in question. He again proves my point that American Muslims are Muslims first, and Americans a distant second. They should all be deported back to what ever goat-molesting shithole they came from.

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    LC HJ Caveman82952 says:

    I noticed that too, Beaker. Their big, bad muslim hero got taken down by a female police officer. She is a hero…..heroine rather. Not that I have noted similar restraint urged by our opposition when dealing with one of ours………… WRONG, obama, dead wrong. A dozen soldiers paid with their lives for your politically correct doctrines. A military base with forty thousand soldiers and a civilian cop has to take him down? Is there something wrong with this picture????????????? And by the way, mr prez…..what and when are you going to make a decision on Afghanistan?

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    LCrightismightNY says:

    the biggest sin here is the sin of non-action. I forget who said this, but it’s as ture today as it was back then: (and I paraphrase) “the only thing that Evil needs to succeed is for good men to do nothing’. The left in this country have all of us afraid to call a spade a spade. Political correctness is the first step to socialism and fascism.

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    And 24 hours later, the MSM still refuses to touch the Muslim angle. Freakin’ ridiculous.

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    LC TerribleTroy, Imperial Centurion says:

    Next for the MSM.. (cept for FOX) when they award the Officer the medal of VALOR, (and they damn well better) you wont hear a word or see a clip from the ceremony….. unless of course the evul one gets the bright idea to make the award (in which case I pray to god she declines)

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    What pissed me off was the immediate “don’t jump to conclusions about his faith”

    And there we see the duplicity of the beast LC Beaker.
    Some ghoul scrawled “FED” on a hanged victim,, how long did it take to slime every militia n’ hunting club from Barrow to Key West?
    They have no interest in accurate assessments that do not serve their agenda.
    They have no interest in examining inaccurate assessments that they like.
    Liberal taqqiyeh, slimy wherever it’s found.

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    LC Gunsniper says:

    Introducing, PFC Marquest Smith.

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    LC Rainy says:

    Here’s a blood-boiler for you Misha…

    Colorado’s very own Dem senator Mark Udall:

    Udall: Help needed for troops at ‘breaking point’

    WASHINGTON (AP) – Senator Mark Udall says the shootings at Fort Hood in Texas underscore that more needs to be done to help “troops who find themselves at the breaking point.”

    The Colorado Democrat was briefed by Army officials on Friday along with other members of the Senate Armed Services Committee. He said in an interview that it’s too early to draw conclusions about the motive for the attack.

    He said he wants to know, as the government’s investigation proceeds, if there are parallels between the Fort Hood shootings and instances of violence at Fort Carson in Colorado and Fort Bragg in North Carolina.

    Udall also urged the public not to blame Muslims just because the suspect in the shootings is a Muslim. He noted that thousands of Muslims serve in the U.S. military.

    I don’t know about you, but I find it a bit hard to understand how a man who had NEVER been deployed could “find himself at the breaking point”. What a load of fricking bull sh*t!

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    Coldtype says:

    God damnit! What are you doing?! There’s no fighting in the war room!

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    Draven32 says:

    “too early to draw conclusions as to motive” my aching ass.

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    glasshalfempty says:

    In regards to LCrightismightNY’s comment @ :

    Edmund Burke. “The only thing necessary for the triumph of evil is for good men to do nothing.”

    Hmm…

    1. Publically claimed to be “a muslim first and an American second”
    2. Started giving away all of his possessions starting well before the attacks, including his Qurans
    3. Was routinely counseled because he continuously tried to turn returning soldiers against the war in Iraq. Or, as Hasan called it, “the war against Islam”
    4. Had numerous complaints due to his trying to convert his PTSD cases to Islam

    Seriously, didn’t any of the assclowns on that base or in his chain of command ever play Connect-the-dots as a kid?

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    Elephant Man says:

    Seriously, didn’t any of the assclowns on that base or in his chain of command ever play Connect-the-dots as a kid?

    I suspect that the people who could have done something were afraid to take any action for fear of being denounced as “islamophobes”.

    And once again political correctness and “sensitivity” results in people being killed….

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    LC HJ Caveman82952 says:

    Part and parcel of the far left mind-set E man. Initially, to render people vulnerable in the name of sensitivity, always protecting those often the most dangerous and harboring grievances. Also used to foment a sense of futility and helplessness, to demoralize, thereby seeking to promote a need for government control. It sickens me, Americans in general won’t tolerate this shit for long, unlike other parts of the world. It’s a chickenshit mind-game. Reminding me……I have a Mosin to buy today………
    For one note to the feds….if you guys won’t take care of it, mark my words, one day the American people will. And may God help any self-styled intellectual seeking to belittle their concerns…for I sincerely doubt they would live long, The muslims make one big mistake, constantly. I wouldn’t care what the political views of a defenseless fellow American were……I would seek to help them in most cases. I’ve wearied of them, the muslims…I simply don’t give a shit about them, I view them as dog shit on my lawn. hey generally, except in the most perfunctory fashions, fail to condemn such acts. For you see….remembering back, I see in my minds eye soldiers going home, on leave, people just like me at one time, anxious to see our families, dog, cat, friends, whatever. People like me, and many, if not most of us. That makes it down home and very personal. :em96:
    For I am an American first…….

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