Though it does not specifically mention it in the article, this is a PRIME example of why the scourge of islam must be stopped from spreading across Europe and America. It is not just the religion itself, but the despicable and perverted customs (that are seen as socially acceptable by muslims) that it carries with it. Things like pedophilia, male cross-dressing, and the rape of children just to name a few.
Please read National Security Goals and the Dancing Boys of Afghanistan to get some context and fully grasp the scope of this depravity.
Remember folks, this is not just a “Afghan” or “muslim” problem, it is now (due to jihad by migration) a European problem, and very soon, if we do not stand up to it, due to the thousands of “refugees” being imported by BHO, an AMERICAN problem. -SF
The Mission vs. Morality
By Nathan A. Wike
While I was deployed to Afghanistan, my First Sergeant (1SG) and I swapped stories while sitting in our CP. As a man with more than 20 years of experience his anecdotes about the “old” army of the 90s, the trouble he got into or witnessed, and the places he had been were usually fun and exciting to listen to.
But not always. As a man with more than 20 years of experience, he had witnessed his fair share of tragedies and morally questionable episodes. Like all such stories, they caused me to think and reflect. And lately one has become frightfully relevant.
One such event he relayed came from his time in Haiti while on a disaster relief mission. At the perimeter of an American compound encircled by concertina wire, he and the other soldiers would gather to hand out bottled water and various foodstuffs to the locals who wandered up. They had weapons but no ammo, and were under strict instructions that they were not to take any sort of action against a Haitian national. Instead, if an incident occurred they were to notify one of the U.S. Marshals who also resided at the camp.
One day the soldiers were confronted with a situation that caused them each to make a decision about what was more important, their mission as they understood it, or their own morality.
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