General Pattons Ghost

To those whining, panty-waisted, pathetic Maggots, it’s time for a little refresher course on exactly why we Americans occasionally have to fight wars.

See if you can tear yourself away from your “reality” TV and Starbucks for a minute, pull your head out of your flabby ass — and LISTEN UP!!
Abu Ghraib is not “torture” or an “atrocity”.
This is the kind of thing frat boys, sorority girls, and academy cadets
do to newcomers.

A little fun at someone else’s expense.
Certainly no reason to wring your hands or get your panties in a wad.

Got that?

THIS IS an atrocity!
So Was This!!!
Islam a peaceful religion???
Millions of these sons-of-bitches are plotting as we speak to destroy our country and our way of life any way they can.
Some of them are here among us now.

   They don’t want to convert you and don’t want to rule you. You are a vile infestation of Allah’s paradise. They don’t give a shit how “progressive” you are, how peace-loving you are, or how much you sympathize with their cause.

They want you dead, and think it is God’s will for them to do it. And you think Bush and Cheney are your worst enemies?

Some think if we give them a hug or listen to them, then they’ll like us… and if you agree? Then you are a dumb ass!

If they manage to get their hands on a nuke, chemical agents, or even some anthrax — you will wish to God we had hunted them down and killed THEM while we had the chance.

Stop bitchin’ about your damn Health Care, Social Security, Gas prices, and your measly 3.25% unemployment rate…and start worrying about you, your family’s, and your friends’ asses.

How many more Americans must be beheaded before you stop blaming Bush for all your troubles —  
You’ve fallen asleep AGAIN, maggots!
And you may not get another chance!

and pass this on to any and every person you give-a-damn about..
if you ever gave a damn about anythi ng   

 The truth 
shall set you free!!


2 Responses to “General Pattons Ghost”

  1. Donna Ambrous Says:

    Tommy, well stated. i believe very much in all you said and really don’t understand everyone not getting it. The beheading photo is atrocious, but is worth a thousand words.

    Keep up the good work.

  2. skepticalbrotha Says:

    Mr. Tommy,

    First, let me state an unqualified thank you from my family for you Vietnam war service. I have every confidence that your service to this country was honorable. My late Uncle Jim served as well and his mother, my grandmother, served for 37 years as an LPN at a Veterans Hospital.

    The service of my relatives was so valued by our country that my grandmother never received the maximum pay for nearly four decades of service. Moreover, my late Uncle, exposed to Agent Orange fought for about a decade to receive service connected benefits that only came through after the diagnosis of Pancretic Cancer effectively took his life.

    He suffered in that period from a variety of unmedicated ailments. In addition to my Uncle and Grandmother, my grandfathers served our nation as well. One in the Marines and one in the Army. My Grandpa in the marines was a high ranking master seargenat.

    Later generations also served, my cousin and brother have both served in Iraq in this latest conflict and my cousin is serving in Afghanistan now. As for the right-wing group think in this post, I have this to say:

    From the Taguba report’s findings of fact analyising Abu Ghraib:

    That between October and December 2003, at the Abu Ghraib Confinement Facility (BCCF), numerous incidents of sadistic, blatant, and wanton criminal abuses were inflicted on several detainees. This systemic and illegal abuse of detainees was intentionally perpetrated by several members of the military police guard force (372nd Military Police Company, 320th Military Police Battalion, 800th MP Brigade), in Tier (section) 1-A of the Abu Ghraib Prison (BCCF). The allegations of abuse were substantiated by detailed witness statements (ANNEX 26) and the discovery of extremely graphic photographic evidence. Due to the extremely sensitive nature of these photographs and videos, the ongoing CID investigation, and the potential for the criminal prosecution of several suspects, the photographic evidence is not included in the body of my investigation. The pictures and videos are available from the Criminal Investigative Command and the CTJF-7 prosecution team. In addition to the aforementioned crimes, there were also abuses committed by members of the 325th MI Battalion, 205th MI Brigade, and Joint Interrogation and Debriefing Center (JIDC). Specifically, on 24 November 2003, SPC Luciana Spencer, 205th MI Brigade, sought to degrade a detainee by having him strip and returned to cell naked. (ANNEXES 26 and 53)

    6. (S) I find that the intentional abuse of detainees by military police personnel included the following acts:

    a. (S) Punching, slapping, and kicking detainees; jumping on their naked feet;

    b. (S) Videotaping and photographing naked male and female detainees;

    c. (S) Forcibly arranging detainees in various sexually explicit positions for photographing;

    d. (S) Forcing detainees to remove their clothing and keeping them naked for several days at a time;

    e. (S) Forcing naked male detainees to wear women’s underwear;

    f. (S) Forcing groups of male detainees to masturbate themselves while being photographed and videotaped;

    g. (S) Arranging naked male detainees in a pile and then jumping on them;

    h. (S) Positioning a naked detainee on a MRE Box, with a sandbag on his head, and attaching wires to his fingers, toes, and penis to simulate electric torture;

    i. (S) Writing “I am a Rapest” (sic) on the leg of a detainee alleged to have forcibly raped a 15-year old fellow detainee, and then photographing him naked;

    j. (S) Placing a dog chain or strap around a naked detainee’s neck and having a female Soldier pose for a picture;

    k. (S) A male MP guard having sex with a female detainee;

    l. (S) Using military working dogs (without muzzles) to intimidate and frighten detainees, and in at least one case biting and severely injuring a detainee;

    m. (S) Taking photographs of dead Iraqi detainees

    This stuff is not made up.

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