Thursday, November 12, 2009

Fort Hood - A Case of Political Correctness

The tragedy at Fort Hood is slowly revealing itself as a case of 'Political Correctness' in confronting a Muslim extremist.

This article from Catholic Exchange sheds the light of truth on the errors of not confronting those that “hate the light lest their deeds should be exposed.” (cf John 3:20).

Fort Hood, Vatican II, and Regensburg

What do Fort Hood, Vatican II and Regensburg have in common? More than you might think.

As details continue to emerge surrounding last week’s massacre at Fort Hood, which wounded nearly three dozen people and left thirteen others dead, the consequences of a hyper-sensitive kid glove approach to Islam is being brought into increasingly sharper focus.

According to coworkers, the accused gunman, U.S. Army Major Nidal Malik Hasan, had plainly divulged his anti-American, pro-jihadist sentiments over a period of years, but rather than confronting Hasan’s radical Islamic hostility head-on, his military superiors chose to tread lightly.

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