Don’t Forget to HONOR the United States Flag Today and Please TEACH a Young Person About it’s TRUE History, Not the History they learned in Public “Re-Education Camps”..aka Modern Public Schools.
I Reiterate WRSA’s Comment: “No apparent way for even the most frothing Journolist commies to blame the white hetero male crowd.”
Or I might add, the NRA! 😄👍
Stay Alert, Armed and Dangerous!
“Christian persecution ‘at near genocide levels,‘” the title of a May 3 BBC report, cites a lengthy interim study ordered by British Foreign Secretary Jeremy Hunt and led by Rev. Philip Mounstephen, the Bishop of Truro.
According to the BBC report, one in three people around the world suffer from religious persecution, with Christians being “the most persecuted religious group”. “Religion ‘is at risk of disappearing’ in some parts of the world,” it noted, and “In some regions, the level and nature of persecution is arguably coming close to meeting the international definition of genocide, according to that adopted by the UN.”
British Foreign Secretary Jeremy Hunt is also quoted on why Western governments have been “asleep” — his word — concerning this growing epidemic:
“I think there is a misplaced worry that it is somehow colonialist to talk about a religion [Christianity] that was…
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“Killing the enemy and standing up to child rapists should not be Court Martial Offenses.”
DAMN SKIPPY! 👍🤬
GOOD. He never should have been charged in the first place.
U.S. Army 1st Lt. Michael Behenna was convicted for killing an Al Qaeda terrorist.
President Donald Trump has pardoned a former U.S. Soldier convicted in 2009 of killing an Iraqi prisoner, the White House announced Monday.
Trump signed an executive grant of clemency, a full pardon, for former Army 1st Lt. Michael Behenna, of Oklahoma, press secretary Sarah Sanders said.
Behenna was convicted of unpremeditated murder in a combat zone after killing a suspected al-Qaida terrorist in Iraq. He was paroled in 2014 and had been scheduled to remain on parole until 2024.
A military court had sentenced Behenna to 25 years in prison. However, the Army’s highest appellate court noted concern about how the trial court had handled Behenna’s claim of self-defense, Sanders said. The Army Clemency and Parole Board also reduced his sentence to 15 years…
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