Hypocrites

Hypocrites, that is what many of these so-called “holy muslims” are. I am sick and tired of their selective compliance of what is acceptable and not acceptable in their faith.

 

 

Writing in the Quran is prohibited, yet they do it to pass messages between prisoners. Where are the riots over that? Where are the riots at the front gates of Bagram Air Base by Afghans who want to take control and punish those Afghan prisoners who wrote in the Quran?

Yeah…..Crickets…..

Yet they want to riot over 5 days over an accident. A true oversight that was not done on purpose by anyone. An accident, that when noticed, had American soldiers injure themselves as they tried to rescue the books.

Karzai and his government needs to handle this situation and their own security forces NOW, not next week not even tomorrow, but RIGHT FRIGGEN NOW!

By staying quiet Karzai has allowed all this crap to get out of control and he should be held personally accountable for he loss of life, to include the two American officers who were executed today in the Ministry of Interior.

Oh yeah, homosexuality is prohibited too, yet it is done all the time in Afghanistan with most of it done on children.

Afghanistan is very proud of all their sayings and traditions, well we have one in America that I am proud of “He who lives in a glass house, should not throw stones”.

So until Afghanistan can begin to clean up a few of its problems like rampant corruption, homosexual pedophilia, and security forces who murder helping and paying coalition forces then it need not try to ask or tell us what to do. It needs to get its own house in order.

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2 Responses to Hypocrites

  1. DennisMMNo Gravatar says:

    With all due respect, sergeant, people break all sorts of moral rules when they feel they are being oppressed. I am not trying to rationalize any of the violent or cruel actions you note as existing in Afghanistan now or before the coalition invasion and occupation. The Afghans didn’t ask us to be there; as a result, a resistance exists that takes risks and does thing they might not do otherwise. Imagine, if two million Muslims were occupying the USA, what American radicals might do to keep their affairs secret and fight what they considered a hostile enemy force. Think of what the various European resistance movements did during World War II — they performed acts that, in peacetime, would have been considered criminal and sometimes hypocritical.

    As for the pedophilia, don’t we have plenty of that here in America? Every religion preaches against child abuse, but that doesn’t stop many, many sick people from attacking children. I understand that it is not almost an institution, as in parts of the Arab world, but it exists, it is widespread, and we don’t acknowledge that.

    Thanks for this post and for your blog. It’s an interesting read.

  2. CINo Gravatar says:

    I’m with 100% on this note. I don’t generally understand the fervor over anyone’s ‘holy book’…but Muslims seem particularly hypocritical.

    The two largest problems we’ve faced in Afghanistan are Islam and the illegitimacy of the Karzai regime.

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