December 02, 2009
Ft. Hood attacker; 'He's a Terrorist' says LTG. Jerry Boykin, USA, Ret
Retired Army Lieutenant Gen. Jerry Boykin discusses the Ft. Hood attack on CBN News.
Background on Lt. Gen. Boykin
The retired military man has participated in almost all of the United States' special operations since 1979, including Desert One, the failed 1979 mission to rescue American hostages held in Iran after the Islamic revolution that toppled the shah.
He led the invasions of Grenada and Panama in 1983 and 1989 respectively, accepted the surrender of Manuel Noriega and headed the chase to capture Colombian drug czar Pablo Escobar in 1992. In 1993, he clashed with Muslim warlord Osman Atto in Somalia, chronicled in the film Black Hawk Down.
He was the United States Deputy Undersecretary of Defense for Intelligence.
Wild Thing's comment........
Excelent and thank you to Lt. Gen. Boykin! I wish more people would hear what this man has to say about Islam and the war.
....Thank you Tom for sending this to me.
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Posted by Wild Thing at December 2, 2009 05:49 AM
What Lt. Gen. Boykin says about PC and attacks on Christianity is all too true. I have read that the producers of the movie 2012 showed the Vatican and the mountaintop Christ in Rio de Janeiro being destroyed in end of the world scenarios. But they feared muslim backlash if they portrayed any muslim holy place being destroyed. I wish we had a Senate full of Gen. Boykins.
Posted by: TomR at December 2, 2009 11:25 AM
Interesting isn't it when friends and family members of the cop killer with islamist connections in my neighborhood can be charged as accessories to the crime, whereas it's legal for the congress and the president to do the same.
"Two women - Letricia Nelson and Quiana Wiliams - were arrested and booked into Pierce County Jail on Tuesday night for investigation of rendering criminal assistance tp Maurice Clemmons, the...more suspected gunman in the Lakewood police shooting.Nelson is Clemmons' aunt, police said.The women join four others charged with rendering criminal assistance. They are Rickey Hinton, Eddie Lee Davis, Douglas Edward Davis and Darcus Allen.In court Tuesday, Eddie Davis and Douglas Davis both pleaded not guilty. Judge Bryan Chushcoff set bail for Eddie Davis at $700,000 and bail for Douglas Davis at $500,000.Clemmons' half brother, Rickey Hinton, has not been charged yet, but has been booked into jail for investigation of rendering criminal assistance. Chushcoff set his bail at $2 million. Allen, who was booked late Tuesday afternoon, has not appeared in court. He is being held under investigation of four counts of rendering criminal assistant and one count of making false statements..."
When North Korea invaded South Korea in June 1950 with the support of Stalin, President Harry Truman immediately committed U.S. air, naval, and ground troops to the defense of South Korea. He neither asked for nor received a congressional declaration of war for American participation in a conflict on a far-off peninsula of the Asian mainland. With the Soviet representative absent from the Security Council, the U.S. pushed through a resolution in the United Nations calling for military support of the South Koreans. That became the rationale for U.S. leadership in a three-year war that cost the lives of 54,250 Americans and another 103,300 wounded. On January 4, 1951, President Truman announced that he was sending sizable, additional U.S. ground troops to Europe. A week later, he stated that he did not need and would not request congressional approval for this expanded military commitment to NATO. "Under the President's constitutional powers as Commander in Chief of the Armed Forces," Truman said, "he has the authority to send troops anywhere in the world. . . . We will continue to send troops wherever it is necessary. . . ." After 3 blood soaked years the armistice was signed on July 27, 1953, formally ending the war in Korea. North and South Korea remain separate and occupy almost the same territory they had when the war began. At 10 a.m., in Panmunjom, scarcely acknowledging each other, U.S. Army Lt. Gen. William K. Harrison, Jr., senior delegate, United Nations Command Delegation; North Korean Gen. Nam Il, senior delegate, Delegation of the Korean People's Army and the Chinese People's Volunteers, signed 18 official copies of the tri-language Korean Armistice Agreement. It was the end of the longest negotiated armistice in history: 158 meetings spread over two years and 17 days. That evening at 10 p.m. the truce went into effect. Sound familiar?
Obama and company can stand before the world arena where Obama broadcasts their intention to aid and abet the murdering butchers of Islam, even while offering up 30,000 more sacrificial Americans for them to butcher at will. Gimme a freaking break!!!
Posted by: Jack at December 2, 2009 11:41 AM
... really? I thought yelling "Alluah Alluah Ackbar!" before killing 13 U.S. soldiers in cold blood, along with seriously wounding 30 others might tell the Pentagonners that Hassan was a SOLDIER OF ALLAH! But they're too busy prosecuting five US Navy SEALS for bloodying an islamo detainee's lip?
Posted by: darthcrUSAderworldtour07 at December 2, 2009 05:37 PM
Tom, I do too, oh wow that would be so
awesome. An entire Congress and Senate too
loaded with men and women like Boykin.
Jack, thank you so much for all of that.
The sharing and the information too. I agree.
Darth, DITTO all you said. Good one!
Posted by: Wild Thing at December 2, 2009 07:27 PM