Internet Comments Posted By Hasan Raised Concerns

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    Apparently, Mr. Hassan posted these comments online approximately 6 months ago. Certainly these comments are of concern (to me), especially in light of today's events, and they should have been of concern to his chain of command (if they were aware of them).

    According to the article, these comments were brought to the attention of some un-named "authorities", but apparently no action was taken. Not sure what "action" could have been taken--absent inappropriate behavior/actions on Hassan's part at that point.

    Having an unpopular geo-political view isn't a crime when one is a civilian--but having said view while being an active (and set to be deployed) member of the US military might be a separate issue that needs to be addressed. Somehow we need to find a way to stop these kinds of fraggings before more of them happen. This one is not the first carried out by a Moslem on active duty in the US military.

    Internet Comments Posted By Hasan Raised Concerns - KTXL

    Anyone care to share their thoughts on this?
     
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    That was the key point he was making.
     
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    I think the guy had a problem with war, don't think he did this for islam.
     
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    Indeed, Allah has no problem with war.
     
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    I'm pretty sure the guy has several problems....war being one of them, Islam being another....and an inability to control his base urge to mass murder being another...the list of his problems is endless.

    Now (with any luck) his biggest problem is going to be the Firing Squad.
     
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    I don't think his post in the OP is relevant, either (if it was indeed Hasan who wrote this). Without knowing the context, topic or what author he is referencing, it's pretty much worthless regarding what he did today.

    I tried to google, but all I got were news reports on the shootings. One article (ABC?) said he was equating our soldiers with suicide bombers. I don't think he was (in the way they implied) except to point out that the soldiers, bombers, and pilots all died intentionally for what they saw as a greater cause, not because they were what we typically consider "suicidal". As he's a psychiatrist, it makes sense he'd see it that way. Perhaps he was arguing against calling them suicide bombers because of that and because Islam forbids suicide. JMO.
     
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    *sits back and watches the sane try to figure out the motiviates of the insane*
     
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    he had no problem with war, he purposefully and decidedly killed his enemies, he is an agent of war.
     
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    After doing a bit more reading about this fellow, I suspect he had less of a problem with war in general, than war against Moslems...

    Suspect reportedly upset about deployment


    I suspect in the coming days we will learn (albeit the MSM will be quite resistant) that Hassan's motive was religious in nature, rather than his being some kind of conscientious objector.

    IOW, for Hassan, it was all about Big Mo---he fragged American soliders and civilians, on an American Army Base, all for Big Mo.

    Disgusting.
     
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    Precisely!

    Suspect reportedly upset about deployment

    But leave it to the libbie kool-aid drinkers to be serving up red kool-aid. ;)
     

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