Wednesday, December 19, 2007



At Dhimmi Watch, commenter jhl952 made a statement that should give all of us hope. In connection with an Islamic jihadist drive to take over and dominate U-Tube, jhl952 says, "I've found that there are a lot of 'us' out there!"

Who is "us?" Or more correctly "Who are we?'"

We are the ones who got Islam's number. We know that it is far from "a religion of peace" with which the Bush Administration and the media are propagandizing us.

There are still many--far too many--"out there" who go along with the Bush and the liberal propaganda that claims we have nothing to fear from Islam itself but only from the "terrorists" of unspecified persuasion.

If we watch TV, we see our troops in brotherly love feast with the "Iraqi Army" and the "Iraqi People," always featuring the "lovable" kids, grinning--with the same grin they have when they view American military vehicles and casualties resulting from IEDs and when dancing about the charred bodies of Americans.

On TV, the helpful "Iraqis" are shown being "on our side." This is the picture our President and the backers of the "Iraq Democracy" want to portray. You get the idea that our troops have bought hook, line and sinker into the idea that Iraq is going through perturbations similar to what the US went through after the Revolution (against the British crown).

If you talk to our returning troops or see what they write from their outposts in the Islamic world, you get a different picture.

I want to reproduce an insightful piece by a Joe Sailor, a medic in Afghanistan (the names of places are different but the fabric is made of the same shit [Islam]).

The piece comes from the most excellent blog of the "Pedestrian Infidel-John Sobieski," Pedestrial Infidel blogspot [scroll down to Sunday, May 13, 2007]

Here it is; it is aptly titled

F**k The Muslims

There is a fascinating article by an Embedded Team Trainer (ETT) stationed in Afghanistan. Of course he has to post under a pseudonym. It is so great to know our soldiers see right through the PC/MC BS that the Dept. of Defense and Jorge Bush tries to ram down their throats.

F**k. This. Place.

An Afghanistan rant by a U.S. combat medic By Joe Sailor

KABUL -- I hate my job. I hate Afghanistan. I hate the Afghans.

The most frustrating aspect of being an American warrior in Afghanistan, and I'm sure the same is true in Iraq, is the softer, less aggressive role the Department of Defense has taken on. My job here as an ETT (Embedded Team Trainer) is to advise a small ANA (Afghan National Army) contingent on how to be combat medics, which is what I am.

Afghan men: what's not to love about them?
Since when is it our f***ing responsibility to stand up a "sovereign" nation's military? Our role has traditionally been much simpler: Destroy the enemy's ability to make war. Not, pump billions of US dollars into their economy, build an infrastructure, support that infrastructure, train their corrupt officers to discipline their peasant soldiers, and constantly remind them to show up to work, pretty please.

The subdued work ethic of the modern day Afghan is like that of a communist-era Russian on steroids. An ANA soldier will go AWOL for, no shit, a fiscal year, before returning to his original unit with no disciplinary reprisals whatsoever, and in some cases, his back-pay for the length of time he was not around. This behavior, though publicly frowned upon at meetings where U.S. ETT's are present, is more or less the norm.

The Proud Beggar is an entirely Afghan phenomenon. When we ETT's go "up the hill," as we say, referring to the ANA compound on the other side of our FOB (Forward Operating Base), it is commonplace to be accosted at least twice by an ANA soldier who'll utilize his very best broken English to demand something, usually a cigarette or a dollar. He will do this with a crooked, disgusting smirk on his malnourished face, because he believes that for whatever reason, you owe it to him. Owing to Afghanistan's strategic importance of bisecting the two great empires of the late 18th-century, the Russians and the British, both sides began a forward courtship with the burgeoning country. This lead to an expectation that the people of that nation were owed tribute simply for being Afghan. I do not subscribe to this belief. If anything, those cocksuckers owe me their life and limb for giving up a decent existence to come out to their shit-hole country and play fucking nurse maid to a bunch of grown up children whose heads are so swelled with pride for being Afghan Muslim males, that whenever they fuck up or steal something, which is often, it is uniformly someone else's fault. This particular quality is more Muslim than Afghan, but that doesn't make it any less irritating.

Another f***ed up Muslim tradition is the male on male sex party every Thursday night. Our Western media staples don't highlight this custom very often, but every Thursday night is a Manlove bonanza. In the Muslim tradition, men are to be used for pleasure, and women are for procreation. It is forbidden for a woman to have a sexual encounter with another woman. A machismo culture of bisexual males who pee sitting down, like a woman, that doesn't allow any girl-on-girl? I still can't wrap my f***ing head around that. Which brings me to the issue of personal hygiene. The Proud Beggar man-fuckers pride themselves on being clean. Cleanliness is next to Godliness and all that. These are people who bath about once or twice a month, who wipe their shitty assholes with their bare hands and smear the fecal manner on a nearby wall, and pack their open wounds with chewing tobacco. Personal hygiene is a real work in progress at this point.

My cynicism of all things Afghan did not arrive spontaneously after any one incident or story that I heard. Cynicism among ETT's in Afghanistan is an incurable epidemic. It takes a few months for the intolerance to seep in, but sure as a morning wood, it does. At first, you begin to resent yourself for starting to sound like the ETT's you first met when you arrived in country; the ETT's you hated for their inability to understand the local customs and their non-effort to learn the popular language. But once you've been burned, swindled or even robbed a few times, the reality sinks in and you switch very quickly and very naturally back to survival mode, which is where I am right now. I'm still the combat medic presiding over my ETT team, but I've resigned my collateral duty as mentor to the ANA. Thankfully our senior officers have had their heads just far enough up their own asses to not really take notice. Voicing my exasperations and prejudices is all I can do to keep from hanging myself.
posted by John Sobieski at 5/13/2007 10:39:00 PM 1 comments
Pedestrial Infidel blogspot
[scroll down to Sunday, May 13, 2007]


My own experience upon talking with Iraq service personnel rotated out of Iraq for an all-too brief respite before returning to that seething mess is that they are not as pictured for us on TV as "brothers-in-arms" of the Iraqi Army which is shown as just as eager as we are to fight the "insurgents," who more often than not are allied with these self-same Iraqi "soldiers."

They--our troops--are not mindless dupes of the Administration, of Bush, "Condi" Rice, and the generals all mouthing words of soothing hope for resolving the problem of that "democracy." They get it. They know what Islam is, what the koran is (an unintelligible succession of disconnected passages, signifying little beyond regurgitated and falsified Hebrew and Christian scriptures, toilet rituals, and waxing and waning admonitions to subjugate, convert or kill [wage war upon] us), and how far Moslems can be trusted as fellow warriors in the war against the jihad.

What is best yet is that these troops, upon finally returning home after expending themselves to try and impose Bush's definition of "democracy" on Islamic savages, will know more about Moslems and Islam than the general population. They will not be duped into defending Moslems from the rest of us when push finally comes to shove. The Islamic goons that hold our universities in thrall and the CAIR boys (and girls) will have to skidaddle fast to try and escape from what they deserve.

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