Yeah he was a terrorist....

Yeah he was a terrorist....

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    Exclamation Yeah he was a terrorist....

    Just listen to the general tell it like it is... Army 3 star General Ret, Jerry Boykin
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    Boom! He hit the nail on the head.
    It is surely true that you can lead a horse to water but you can't make them drink. Nor can you make them grateful for your efforts.

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    He calls it like it was...
    Unfortunately, no one at the top is listening.
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    "Nobody wanted to deal with the fact that this guy was a terrorist. His behavior and his rhetoric ..."
    Yup. The dancing around his claims of being religious was the result, in spite of his hate-filled diatribes.

    You can have religion all you want, any religion, and you can take the good and beneficial elements of that religion as far as you want it to take you, so long as your beliefs don't harm others or put others at risk. The moment your beliefs do that, or the moment you begin to subscribe to beliefs that support the harming of others, you're a fanatic, zealot, extremist and serious threat to people ... and you should be recognized as such and then treated accordingly. Glad to have someone "of rank" tell it like it is. Of course, he's retired. Unless anyone in the chain of command opens their ears and minds, they'll not change a thing.

    In a way, the retired general reminds me of a decent, upstanding, religious version of Pat Condell, from the U.K. (click). Condell, shall we say, is a little less tolerant and a bit more direct.
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    In our societys attempt to welcome all people of all religions,The people in charge are scared to step on toes for fear of being called racist and anti muslim etc.,The country better wake up,anybody calling for terrorist acts against the US and anybody supporting this rhetoric needs to be sent back where they can practice it freely,You are either an American or your not,we have one flag,the Stars and stripes,you want to fly another flag,then go fly it in the country you support.
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    He calls it like it was...
    Unfortunately, no one at the top is listening.
    Or are they listening but are a bunch of cowards trying to protect their high paying government jobs at the price of American lives.
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    Very well said

    "...the army better start dealing with the problem before other tragedy happens”; that is so true too!
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    No truer words have been spoken about The Terrorists Within.
    General Boykin is a true American Patriot!
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    You can have religion all you want, any religion, and you can take the good and beneficial elements of that religion as far as you want it to take you, so long as your beliefs don't harm others or put others at risk. The moment your beliefs do that, or the moment you begin to subscribe to beliefs that support the harming of others, you're a fanatic, zealot, extremist and serious threat to people ...
    Talk about 'hitting the nail on the head...' Very astute observation on the limits of personal rights!
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    What exactly is Gen. Boykin suggesting to be done?
    I don't hear a solution to the problem.
    Gen Boykin is saying that Hasan was a terrorist and should have been recognized as such. However, no one is a terrorist until they actually commit a terrorist act. No one knew as a "fact" that Hasan was a terrorist until that day.
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