Keep in mind the man who has been found guilty of multiple counts of murder in the Ft. Hood massacre, and then read this memo reportedly sent by an Army lieutenant (it’s worded in such a way that it has to have come from “the top”) to three dozen subordinates in regards to who to be on the lookout for in an attempt to prevent that kind of horror from happening again.

The “group” Nidal Hasan, who has just been sentenced to death, was associated with isn’t even on the list.

PC kills.

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12 Responses to “The Army’s ‘Domestic Hate Group’ BOLO List That’s Supposed to Stop Another Ft. Hood”

  1. Granny55 on August 28th, 2013 6:29 pm

    Wow – the Army has been doing a lot of trolling to come up with that doozy of a list!

  2. swede on August 28th, 2013 10:37 pm

    Actually that's a "lieutenant colonel", Doug, which makes it worse, and I would bet a dollar to a dog dropping this guy is gayer n' Liberace.

    Interesting, Family Research Council FRC is on his list – when a year ago THEY were the target of one Floyd Corkins who entered their HQ with a bag of Chick Fil-A sandwiches, a 9mm and 100 rounds. He only got two shots off before manager Leo Johnson (wounded in the arm) disarmed the creep. http://www.frc.org/

    Also interesting how these lefturds put FRC, American Family Foundation, Focus on the Family etc in the same category as sycophant Fred Phelps and his bunch of wackos at Westboro Baptist., KKK and Neo-Nazis.

    Guilt by false association.

  3. ChapBix on August 29th, 2013 1:52 pm

    Removing what few doubts were that the current regime is identifying its domestic opponents for marginalization, demonization and possible/probable elimination.

  4. Truesoldier__ on August 30th, 2013 12:15 am

    This is far worse than it may at first seem. When memo's like this come out it is to test the waters. If not enough of a ripple is made than this memo is likely to become policy. That in term could mean that any soldier known to associate with any of the group be it active participation to electronic communication could be subject to punishment under the UCMJ. Long story short, if this continues the list of Conservative groups will grow until it becomes illegal to be a Conservative in the military.

  5. Marshall_Will on August 30th, 2013 6:16 pm

    Liberace was GHEY?

    Swede, even worse, I logged on my Nat'l Guard "MyPay" website and… as you'd suspect, my password needs "resetting". Firstly to Prog-clowns, it's MY password! If I think it's been compromised or haven't logged in for a freaking YEAR then we can look into it? Otherwise it's FINE.

    Secondly ( and you'll love this ) the "Security Questions" read more like BOLO ink blot test? If you could live anywhere ( where would it be? ) What was your best friend's name in high school? If you had a million dollars, how would you spend it? What was your first crush's name?

    ( Talk about LEADING? ) My buddy and I filled them in and as Doug would say, hilarity ensued! Answers: Live? Single-wide in Obamaville! Best friend? Rosey P@lm. After that, Booze & Women ( wasting the rest! ) followed by Ilsa, She Wolf of the SS. Unreal guys.

  6. Marshall_Will on August 30th, 2013 6:20 pm

    At least 'openly' Conservative. I've already given our HR 0-3 an EARFUL on this one. In our annual [required] Sexual Assault HRE freaking class when this came up I made him say the words: Tea Party.

    Let's uh… get this out in the open, right here, right NOW. If we're being targeted for being TP members, consider this enlistment contract null & void. There needs to be FIRM push back on this one. Thankfully a Major in the class took over from there.

  7. ralet on February 11th, 2014 9:07 pm

    Why is the Taliban not on the US or UK proscribed lists of terrorist organisations? Maybe I need a better source of information about this. There are other organisations who have similar stated aims, like Hizb-i Islami Gulbuddin, for example, who were put on the Canadian and British lists, but not on the U.S. Why is that?

  8. daniella on February 24th, 2014 7:43 pm

    The Army is there to protect the people, right? Do they have enough guns, enough Aimpoint Micro accessories and ammunition to do their job properly?

  9. Rix Allison on March 7th, 2014 12:34 pm

    They should protect the people..it is against there oat! Look advanced to far added agreeable from you! By the way, how can we communicate

  10. denis on April 8th, 2014 9:53 am

    I believe that the U.S. Army should own a few gun safes for their guns. When the soldiers don't keep their guns with them, they should lock them in a safe. The best products that I saw on the market can be bought at http://www.gunsafesnow.com/biometricsafes.aspx.

  11. Blogger?annonymus on August 26th, 2014 6:05 am

    The massacre is still vivid in the memory of everyone who has seen or heard about it. Every year, the Texan military base remembers those who died there by holding a ceremony both in the cemetery where some are buried and inside Fort Hood, where the very beautiful and solid urns, most likely bought from http://www.urns.com/solid-brass-collection.html, are brought by the families. The service is very touching and helps everyone keep the memory of the 13 victims alive.

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