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Born in the RSR - 2011-05-15

The wikipedia article on this guy made my skin crawl. Thanks Phalsebob!

'Furthermore, when Boykin was questioned in a congressional inquiry regarding similarities between current War on Terror special operations and USA's Phoenix Program during the Vietnam War, he said: "I think we’re running that kind of programme. We’re going after these people. Killing or capturing these people is a legitimate mission for the department. I think we’re doing what the Phoenix programme was designed to do, without all of the secrecy."'

'The Phoenix Program was designed to identify and "neutralize" (via infiltration, capture, terrorism, torture, and assassination) the civilian infrastructure supporting the National Liberation Front of South Vietnam (NLF or Viet Cong) insurgency.'

GravidWithHate - 2011-05-15

The dude was involved in the Waco raid, the battle of Mogadishu, the invasion of Grenada and the assassination of Escobar.

He's a bloodthirsty fool who's regularly managed to turn simple operations against weak opponents into fiascoes.

fedex - 2011-05-15

he's the Walking Man, duh

Slagathor - 2011-05-15

Just WTF was wrong with killing Escobar?

GravidWithHate - 2011-05-15

I have no problem with the idea of killing Escobar, but the stated mission was to capture him. The soldiers sent to carry out that mission had no intention of taking Escobar alive. I have a very large problem with the military overriding orders from the civilian leadership, particularly if it's assholes like Boykin substituting their legal orders with their personal hallucinations regarding the will of god.

jangbones - 2011-05-15

killing Escobar was also a botched multi-year effort that failed again and again and wasted millions of taxpayer money before they finally got him

in fact, if it wasn't for one determined Colombian cop, he probably would have escaped again

Mother_Puncher - 2011-05-15

That's a new one. Thousands of years before the Constitution was drafted, the Qu'ran specifically dictated that it be destroyed.

Usually idiots like this guy go for:
1. Your kids. ALWAYS say your kids are at risk of death or brainwashing.
2. Your way of life. The American way of life. What you eat, drive, think, say etc
3. Your freedom and rights. Usually coupled with the American way of life. Whatever your American rights are, THEY are wanting to take them away because they hate them.
4. You. Usually, this is saved for pushing a product. YOU might be at risk of heart disease, stroke, etc. It's less effective in these situations because when there is a common enemy, they are after America and you are just a cog in the wheel.
Now they are after our constitution. They want to take the constitution out of it's protective casing and replace it with Sharia law. i know the Constitution is a hit button for idiot rednecks but if they are going to National Treasure the bitch and replace that piece of paper with their paper before anyone notices then I don't feel safe in my own home.

Xenocide - 2011-05-15

I guess the "Ret." doesn't stand for retired.

Robin Kestrel - 2011-05-15


kingarthur - 2011-05-15

I'm so glad this man was put in charge of life or death situations.

takewithfood - 2011-05-15

Just wait until this guy finds out about Christianity - its just like Islam, only its already taken over his country. Man, is he going to be pissed!

Cena_mark - 2011-05-15

Islam deserves 1st Amendment protections. Just not the parts of it that interfere with other people's rights.

phalsebob - 2011-05-15

Spoken like a true Canadian.

Runic - 2011-05-16

Go fuck yourself you fascist cunt.

IrishWhiskey - 2011-07-15

While Cena sometimes deserves name-calling, the statement he made was totally reasonable.

kwash - 2011-09-05

Totally agreed.

StanleyPain - 2011-05-15

Funny how everything this guy says could equally apply to Christianity in the United States.

Oh, and by the way, sharia means "law." There is no such thing as "sharia law." It'd be like saying the Ten Commandments Commandments.

Anaxagoras - 2011-05-15

Or "Queso cheese dip", something I heard all the time when I was in Oklahoma & Texas.

pastorofmuppets - 2011-05-15

What part of "Congress shall make no law" has to do with somebody deserving something?

paparatti - 2011-05-16

The other videos on Right Wing Watch's account are equally as great.

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