Predictably enough, the enemy-controlled media are sympathizing with Hasan, an enemy agent who acted on behalf of the enemy. No surprise there. He will undoubtedly be treated as "innocent by insanity" because he heard
lots of terrible war stories, even though he didn't experience war himself.
CNN just now: "It may be some time before we know what motivated him."
No, you monstrous traitors, we already know. He belongs to the enemy. He started his attack by shouting "Allahu Akbar!" That tells us all we need to know.Told ya so.
However! The media are wrong about this specific man but right in a general way. When a nation behaves insanely by fighting nonsensical wars that harm all sides
including our own, even rational people will respond irrationally.
In WW2, proportionately few soldiers came back with "battle fatigue", though the absolute number was fairly large because the total number of soldiers was huge. Everyone understood what we were fighting for in WW2. All wars since then have broken that basic rule, and the current wars match Vietnam in absurdity if not in size.
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One refreshing exception: Col Jack Jacobs on MSNBC just now described the situation accurately. Hasan is not suffering from PTSD. He's just an enemy soldier who infiltrated our ranks.
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Aaaarrrrgghhh!! Now the fucking idiots are wondering how a psychiatrist, whose job is to help soldiers, instead decided to kill soldiers. You unspeakable brainless cunts, his job as a Mohammedan is to kill infidels. He was doing his job.
No shocker, no mystery. The only mystery is why our Army hires and pays enemy soldiers.
One thing genuinely shocked me: I had always assumed that an Army base would be a well-armed population, assumed that soldiers carried their sidearms routinely. Nope, this isn't true. Army bases are "gun-free zones" just like college campuses, thus Army bases are vulnerable target-rich environments for terrorists.
We never learn one goddamn thing. Not one goddamn thing. We always learn the fucking reverse of each and every obvious lesson.
We don't even allow soldiers to defend themselves.