This is Obama's idea of victory in Afghanistan. Our sons and daughters........so much collateral damage in the Obama's Post-America.
Here's just one story. One terrible story replayed over and over and over.
The killer of this great American hero in another green on blue attack was Aynoddin, the 19 year old "tea boy" of Afghan District Police Chief Sarwar Jan. He was immediately captured following the shooting of Lance Cpl. Greg Buckley Jr and three of his fellow Marines. "I just did jihad," Aynoddin proudly shouted over and over.
Lance Cpl. Greg Buckley Jr.'s father shared this:
"District Police Chief Jan, who supplied the assault rifle, most likely helped plan and certainly approved the attack was detained. The following day the Taliban claimed responsibility for the murders.
So why then am I still fighting tooth & nail to get justice for my son? In the weeks following his death The Marine Corps concluded their investigation, classifying it as a "Homicide". They then turned the investigation over to Naval Criminal Investigative Service. Since the day NCIS took over I feel we have been stonewalled. And to be perfectly honest I'm running out of patience. ...
I met with an NCIS investigator just last week, and all he seemed interested in was what I knew, & how I found out!
Then he told me I should fill out a Freedom of Information Act request form if I want to learn the results of their investigation, but it could take a year!
Through our own investigation we learned Chief Jan was released & The Pentagon wants to turn Aynoddin back over to the Afghans. Why? Because Our Commander in Chief thinks we must remain "culturally sensitive" to the needs of the Afghanistans! Screw Them!
I know this administration thinks we'll just go away but that will NEVER happen. I will not rest until I know why our soldiers were ordered to be unarmed, but Afghans were permitted to carry weapons on our bases. I will not rest until they explain why they allowed Chief Jan to be released. I will not rest until Aynoddin is tried as the terrorist that he is. And I certainly will not rest until they admit these Insider Attacks are in-fact Terrorist Attacks.
Gd bless this father and his family. We must assist Greg Buckley Sr get justice.
Exclusive: Pamela Geller tells of corporal gunned down by Afghan 'ally'
Sunday evening I had the great honor of receiving the Patriot of the Year Award before a packed house of well over 200 people at the nation’s oldest Republican Club, the Queens Village Republican Club. I received a beautiful plaque that also featured a clock, which I thought apropos in light of our AFDI pro-freedom ads that just ran on 240 clocks throughout the New York subway system, and a citation from the New York City Council recognizing me as Patriot of the Year.
The event was illuminating in many ways. One speaker insistently emphasized that all religions teach the same core values, and another heralded our “nation building” efforts in Afghanistan. But then something happened that showed all that up as the politically correct nonsense that it is: the club presented a Supreme Sacrifice award to the family of Lance Cpl. Greg Buckley Jr., who was murdered by one of our Afghan “allies” while working out in the base gym after a long day of work “nation building” among those allies in Afghanistan. Cpl. Buckley’s father spoke with heart-rending intensity, his voice breaking, about his love for his son, and revealed what his son had told him before he was killed: that the Afghans were not like Americans. They were cold-hearted; they had no gratitude for the Americans no matter now much the Americans did for them; and – most wrenching of all – that he didn’t think he was going to get out of Afghanistan alive.
Cpl. Buckley was murdered two days before he was scheduled to have come home. An Afghan police captain handed his weapon to his “t-boy,” his 19-year-old male companion who had followed him everywhere and done his bidding (in all things) for at least seven years. The Americans, including Cpl. Buckley, were unarmed: they were not permitted to carry weapons on the base, lest they antagonize our Afghan “allies.” The Afghans, in contrast, strutted around with AK-47s. The t-boy used his to shoot Cpl. Buckley in the chest and murder several other Americans before he was subdued.
Buckley’s father found all this out on his own, because our military wouldn’t investigate. He discovered the serial number of the AK-47, tracing it to the Afghan captain, and asked American authorities to arrest and prosecute him. The Americans did nothing. The murderer walked free; to have apprehended him would have again offended our Afghan “allies.” Buckley’s father demanded justice. And he deserves justice. But he has been met with silence.
I wish I could say that I listened to this grieving, weeping father (a tough guy) in amazement, just as most in the audience did. But I was not amazed. This is what I have been warning against for years. The story of Lance Cpl. Buckley is a horrific illustration of exactly why the Obama administration is so wrong, and so criminal, to ignore and obfuscate and deny the reality of jihad and the truth about Islam. Our Afghan policy is based on the core assumption that Islam is peace and that the Afghans are grateful for our “nation building” and happy to help us. Anyone who dares to suggest that the Afghans view us as filthy kuffar who need to be killed, converted to Islam, or subjugated is denounced as a racistislamophobicantimuslimbigot. But what it really amounts to is putting a deadly American-made weapon into the hands of an enemy whose sole objective is to destroy our very way of life and kill anyone who gets in the way of that jihadi objective.
Cpl. Buckley’s death shows that our official stance on Islam is not true. And that it is dangerous and evil, and is putting our American troops in harm’s way needlessly and wantonly. If Cpl. Buckley had gone into Afghanistan with realistic rules of engagement and armed with an honest exposition of the reality of Islam, he would never have been unarmed in the presence of AK-wielding jihadists. His commanding officers wouldn’t have dared to command him to do such a thing. They wouldn’t have been pretending that these jihadists were our allies in the first place. And they would not be pouring American blood and treasure into a futile and self-defeating attempt at “nation building” among people who will never respect, never accept, and never be grateful for the supreme sacrifices of heroes like Cpl. Buckley and so many others like him.
Cpl. Buckley’s family deserves justice. There should be a full congressional investigation into his death, and into why his murderer was not prosecuted. Immediate action should be taken so that there are no more Americans who are sacrificed to our national denial about the reality of jihad. The mission in Afghanistan is a useless exercise in politically correct fantasy. It has to stop. It has to end. Doesn’t anyone in Washington love America anymore? It’s time, it’s long past time, to tell the truth about Islam, to teach it to our soldiers and to realign our foreign policy in light of reality, however unpleasant. To do anything less would be national suicide.
Say what you want about George W. Bush, but he consoled every family that lost a loved one fighting for our freedom. The Buckley family, on the other hand, has been met with a wall of silence from the Obama administration that mirrors the cold-bloodedness of Cpl. Buckley’s killer.Read the whole thing; go here.