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Author:  doc9013 [ 17 Aug 2012, 19:03 ]
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Got this off another site:

Active Army Platoon Sergent: gun confiscation orders?
This is a Sergent I've been following for a while, so I asked him what he would do if ordered to confiscate guns. You see his response. I hope and, being ex military myself, believe that his response is like all service members. His response makes me a little less concerned and increased my faith in out armed forces.

Anonymous asked: Two questions really, if I only get one, you get to choose which to answer. First, I'm confused; are you CONUS or deployed as you just got a speeding ticket but then you post pics of Afghanistan like you are there? Second, an you might not want to answer this as it might get you in trouble; What would you do if you were in CONUS, an Exec Order banning all firearms was issued by the CIC, an your unit was detailed to collect all firearms from civilians house to house? Semper Fi

EXCELLENT questions! If you don’t mind though, I’m going to break down some of those acronyms for those that may not be tracking.
CONUS means Continental United States, and saying one is CONUS is saying they’re in the US at the moment. OCONUS is Outside Continental United States, or currently deployed/at a foreign duty station. // CIC means Commander in Chief (the president), and an executive order is a rule he issues that has the force of law.

I’ve been CONUS since January of 2011, and stationed at Fort Knox. This blog is just a place for me to put all the pictures from my deployments. (and to lurk random blogs)

An executive order banning all firearms is absolutely and entirely UN-constitutional. I honestly don’t give a **** who orders it, or even who sees me answer this. There is no way on Earth that I would participate in the disarming of US citizens. I swore an oath to the Constitution. To die for the rights it guarantees. And the right to “keep and bear arms suitable for personal and community defense” cannot be taken away. No matter what.

This is not a lawful order, and not I, or any soldier of mine, will obey it. This is why we swore an oath to support and defend against all enemies, both foreign and domestic. They knew what they were doing when they added that domestic caveat into our oaths. This We’ll Defend. Thank you for your question.

follow him here, he's a stand up guy in my book and I've dealt with all kinds in the suck. Throw him a bone or two for his service and attitude. Be sure to read his posts from the beginning, they're great. Semper Fi

Author:  chas3457 [ 02 Sep 2012, 15:35 ]
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doc, I don't fear our own troops. I do however,fear a bunch of foreign troops wearing blue helmets,under the direction of the UN. Those and mercenaries,hired by 'the powers that be' who are anti American. Yes,there are many in Washington DC,who are anti American. Watch your back and be sure to vote in November.


Author:  NonPCfed [ 03 Sep 2012, 00:58 ]
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I think the whole SDANG would stand down on such an order, as would many other state guard units. I'm much more concerned with an ammo "end-run" where BO and his pals would place such a high tax on ammo that it would be out of reach for many, many people. Then again such a new tax would have to get through Congress and that may be tough. Then again, the Prez does like Exceutive Orders, so maybe some of his uber left lawyer pals can find some mumbo-jumbo language in a EO that could make a de facto very high ammo tax...

Author:  Swamp Rat [ 03 Sep 2012, 06:43 ]
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I differ from some of you in my faith in all "American" soldiers, you do realize that the US military accepts illegal aliens from all over the world to serve in "our" armed forces? That is one of the requirements of Obama's amnesty qualfications....to have served in the armed forces! Feel free to correct me if I am wrong.

Author:  trappintime [ 03 Sep 2012, 11:57 ]
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Well I for one would be shooting first if the American contingent came marching over the hill towards my house. :shock: Course if the Canadians were coming I'd be shooting earlier. :roll:

Author:  Nate in WI [ 03 Sep 2012, 12:50 ]
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jase wrote:
just what are they preparing for?

They could be preparing for anything that they would already just here because people want to make a relationship between us and them...every soldier has training.

Author:  doc9013 [ 03 Sep 2012, 14:49 ]
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This should help. :shock: :shock: :shock: :evil: :evil: :evil: :evil:


By Jim Kouri, CPP
July 21, 2012


As part of its mission to "win the hearts and minds" of people who despise the United States of America, including those who live in the U.S., the Pentagon released a new military manual that's sure to please groups such as the Council on American-Islamic Relations (CAIR), an organization some allege is a Fifth-Column for radical Islamic terrorist organizations.

According to the blog on the web site of a non-profit watchdog group that investigates government corruption and misconduct, in this new era of rampant political correctness, the U.S. Army has published a special handbook for soldiers that appears to justify Islamic jihad by describing it as the “communal military defense of Islam and Muslims when they are threatened or under attack.”

Because radical Muslim groups consider Islam to be perpetually under moral, spiritual, economic, political and military attack by the “secular west” they consider military jihad a “constant necessity” and use it as a “rallying cry to resist and attack all this is un-Islamic,” according to the new Army manual.

According to Judicial Watch's blogger, the handbook was created to help soldiers become “culturally literate” ambassadors with sensitivity and understanding of Islamic civilization. The goal is to help them understand how vital culture is in accomplishing military missions. Military personnel who have a distorted picture of a host culture make enemies for the United States.

At least that’s what the publication (“Culture Cards: Afghanistan & Islamic Culture") says. An organization of scientists dedicated to national and international security issues discovered the new Army tool and published it on its web site a few days ago.

However, the Army manual on Islamic culture fails to address some issues that may not appeal to the progressives in Washington or the members of CAIR.

As reported earlier this year by the Law Enforcement Examiner, one issue that's avoided is the widespread sexual intercourse between Afghan Taliban men and young boys. In non- diplomatic terms, Afghanistan is a haven for child rape.

While Muslims in Iraq have on several occasions stoned homosexuals for their sexual activities, not all Muslims believe pedophilia is a violation of Shariah law. Those who believe in the sacredness and infallibility of the Koran adhere to the teaching that women are sub-human and quasi-slaves, and therefore Muslim men will look for relationships -- even sexual relationships -- with others of their own gender.

According to Reuters, there is a lot of homosexuality going on in Afghanistan, but those engaging in it don't think of themselves as gay, so that makes it okay since Islam officially disapproves of the gay and lesbian lifestyle.

"They regard themselves as non-gay because they don’t “love” the sex object so Allah is happy. These are the men who avoid their wives as unclean. Apparently there is very little love of any kind in Afghanistan, which explains a lot," according to Reuters.

Sociologists and anthropologists say the problem results from a perverse interpretation of Islamic law. Women are simply unapproachable. Afghans cannot talk to an unrelated woman until after proposing marriage. Before then, they can't even look at a woman, except perhaps her feet. Otherwise she is covered, head to ankle, according to columnist Joel Brinkley, a professor of journalism at Stanford University, and a former Pulitzer Prize-winning foreign correspondent for the New York Times.


The manual has nearly three dozen informative chapters dedicated to subjects such as Muslim taboos, the five pillars if Islam, Jihad, the Quran and Muslim festivals. There are also sections on ethnocentrism, cultural relativism and social norms and mores. The lengthy introduction defines cultural competency -- awareness and sensitivity of another group -- and social norms and mores in Arab countries.

The portion on jihad is especially interesting because it’s described as a wide-ranging term that includes the everyday spiritual and moral struggle to live a life submitted to God, the attempt to spread Islam by education and example, and the communal military defense of Islam and Muslims when they are threatened or under attack, according to the Judicial Watch blog.

Today radical Muslim groups consider Islam to be perpetually under attack by the "secular West" — morally, spiritually, economically, politicallly and militarily, the Army handbook says. They thus consider military jihad as a constant necessity, and use jihad as a rallying cry to resist and attack all that is un-Islamic.

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At the end of each section there is a question that’s supposed to stimulate “critical thinking.” At the end of the jihad section the question is: “How can the concept of jihad add legitimacy to the claims and aims of Al Qaeda and others?

"It would certainly be interesting to see how most enlisted men and women, or American civilians for that matter, would answer that particular question," states Judicial Watch's blogger.

The new Army manual concludes by revealing all the things that make soldiers “culturally literate.” Among them are appreciating and accepting diverse beliefs, appearances and lifestyles, understanding the dangers of stereotyping and ethnocentrism and understanding Islamic and jihadist cultures.

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