SBPDL will be posting some interesting stories this week, but on this Veterans Day we would like to honor one of the great Black men in history for his tireless service to his country and to stopping a white male in his 30s from terrorizing Washington DC in 2002: Chief Charles Moose!
You see, only a nation led by men such as Chief Moose could ever allow a Fort Hood-type event to occur - tomorrow's post is all about Big Moose - and only a nation that worships diversity above human life could actually consider this man a hero.
The Muslim murderer at Fort Hood was known to make outlandish statements and threats directed at Infidels. He even had his behavior questioned by superiors:
"A group of doctors overseeing Nidal Malik Hasan's medical training discussed concerns about his overly zealous religious views andAnd yet, even though months before the Army major was accused of opening fire on soldiers and civilians at . more than 10 people are dead and more than 30 are wounded, the main concern our Army chief of staff has is for Muslim soldiers:
Doctors and staff overseeing Hasan's training viewed him at times as belligerent, defensive and argumentative in his frequent discussions of his Muslim faith, a military official familiar with several group discussions about Hasan said. The official was not authorized to speak publicly about the meetings and spoke on condition of anonymity."
Diversity is strength. It has bequeathed unto us the grandeur of a thousand replicas of Chief Moose, whom are now leading us into the 21st Century proudly and united in the common cause of eradicating white racism and ensuring that multiculturalism will be the driving force of change and hope for all.
"General George Casey Jr., the Army chief of staff, said on Sunday that he was concerned that speculation about the religious beliefs of Maj. Nidal Malik Hasan, accused of killing 12 fellow soldiers and one civilian and wounding dozens of others in a shooting rampage at Fort Hood, could “cause a backlash against some of our Muslim soldiers.”
“I’ve asked our Army leaders to be on the lookout for that,” General Casey said in an interview on CNN’s “State of the Union. “It would be a shame — as great a tragedy as this was — it would be a shame if our diversity became a casualty as well.”
General Casey, who was appeared on three Sunday news programs, used almost the same language during an interview on ABC’s “This Week With George Stephanopoulos,” an indication of the Army’s effort to ward off bias against the more than 3,000 Muslims in its ranks.
“A diverse Army gives us strength,” General Casey, who visited Fort Hood Friday, said on “This Week.”
So remember, as Veterans Day 2009 passes into memory, go to the graves of those who gave so selflessly so that America could be a free and safe place. The millions of servicemen who have fought in wars long since forgotten, Real American Heroes, do deserve to be remembered and honored.
However, any military commander that places diversity above actual human life deserves our contempt.
Robert Putnam showed us what diversity actually does, in his monumental (and almost self-censored study):
"Diversity, it shows, makes us uncomfortable -- but discomfort, it turns out, isn't always a bad thing. Unease with differences helps explain why teams of engineers from different cultures may be ideally suited to solve a vexing problem. Culture clashes can produce a dynamic give-and-take, generating a solution that may have eluded a group of people with more similar backgrounds and approaches."Diversity has shown itself to be like the initial sightings of the city-wide spaceships from the 1996 film Independence Day. At first they looked nice, new and inviting. Full of hope, awe and the chance that humankind could see a new destiny unfold with the divine guidance of inter-planetary beings as their guide, they presented.
Yet, this initial hope gave way to shocking fear as one of the spaceships opened fire on a helicopter that attempted to make peaceful contact with the now-exposed invaders.
As the world watched this unfold - helpless - a TV anchorman is heard to say, "God help us all."
With men of Chief Moose's caliber now at the helm of the United States government, military, educational system, business community, etc., it is obvious that it is time to mutter the same... "God help us all."
Only a government led by men and women who have the moral fiber of Chief Moose could have allowed the warning signs to pass without notice and granted Major Hasan access to killing 13 people.
A bakers dozen in lives hardly amounts to ending the dominance of diversity in every aspect of our life, as the Army chief of staff intimated above.
Thank you Veterans for all your service, and to those who died so that others could be free we at SBPDL salute you.
An age of patriots we do not live in. The Age of Chief Moose we do, however, live in.