U.S. Military Taught Officers: Use 'Hiroshima' Tactics for 'Total War' on Islam

The U.S. military taught its future leaders that a “total war” against the world’s 1.4 billion Muslims would be necessary to protect America from Islamic terrorists, according to documents obtained by Danger Room. Among the options considered for that conflict: using the lessons of “Hiroshima” to wipe out whole cities at once, targeting the “civilian population wherever necessary.” Full Story »

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Posted by: Posted by Dwight Rousu - May 10, 2012 - 11:38 AM PDT
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Edited by: Dwight Rousu - May 10, 2012 - 11:48 AM PDT
Dwight Rousu
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by Dwight Rousu - May. 11, 2012

Important information on what has been going on in our military indoctrination institutions. The only question left open is why this was allowed to go on as long as it has.

These religious crazies need to be purged from the military of a secular nation. Now.

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Randy Morrow
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by Randy Morrow - May. 11, 2012

For the better part of the last decade, a small cabal of self-anointed counterterrorism experts has been working its way through the U.S. military, intelligence and law ... More »

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by Jeff Sharon - May. 11, 2012

Very good get by WIred. All I really need to know about the story is summed up (brilliantly, I might add) by this line, and the evident misspelling by the subject: "Coughlin titled his talk: 'Imposing Islamic Law – or – These Aren’t the Droids Your Looking For!'"

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