When a few Marines urinated on the bodies of dead Taliban terrorists in the Helmand Province of Afghanistan, the outcry from the the chattering classes was immediate and very loud.
Secretary of Defense Leon Panetta condemned the battlefield action as “utterly deplorable.”
Secretary of State Hillary Clinton expressed “total dismay.”
That two senior American government officials even commented on such a minor incident is evidence that the Obama administration is in perpetual appeasement and apology mode to the world’s most deplorable players.
Let us recall that Gen. George S. Patton urinated in the Rhine in 1945. Continuing this traditional method of expressing contempt for the enemy, Winston Churchill urinated on the Siegfried Line that same year. The only difference being that Churchill was politically more cautious than Patton—to say the least—and forbade any photos.
Marines should, from now on, take a page from Churchill’s playbook. Keep urinating—when you gotta go on terrorists you gotta go—but for goodness sake, don’t film it.
Meanwhile, as the barbarous Taliban continue their reign of terror with a truly horrifying mass murder filmed for maximum exposure, we have yet to hear cries of outrage from Panetta or Clinton.
Maybe that’s because the Obama administration is sitting down and making nice to these IslamoNazis.
And remember kids, even though the Taliban were howling Allahu Akhbar as they murdered bound and blindfolded prisoners, it has nothing to do with Islam.
Blindfolded and handcuffed to each other on a barren hilltop, Pakistani soldiers wait for death at the hands of a merciless Taliban fighter.
Fifteen men were lined up for execution, the chilling scene captured on film by the Taliban for a video released as a warning to the Pakistani army operating near the Afghan border.
The Frontier Corps soldiers were seized last month in what the Taliban said was an operation to avenge the deaths of insurgents in Pakistan.
The video shows one of the killers from the Pakistan Taliban, or TTP, holding an AK-47 rifle and speaking with fury about revenge.
‘Twelve of our comrades were besieged and mercilessly martyred in the Khyber Agency [area],’ said the militant. ‘Our pious women were also targeted.
‘To avenge those comrades, we will kill these men. We warn the government of Pakistan that if the killing of our friends is not halted, this will be the fate of you all.’
One of the men shoves a clip into his assault rifle and fires a few rounds into the back of the heads of some of the soldiers. ‘God is greatest,’ the Taliban yell.
Other fighters step up and take turns pumping bullets into the men, some wearing green military uniforms. Each time a soldier collapses, the man standing next to him is pulled in that direction by the handcuffs. After the executions, the Taliban militants stare at the bodies slumped on the ground.
‘If the killing of our friends is not stopped, this will be the fate of all infidel armies, God willing,’ says one militant.
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