Should Bergdahl Be Executed for Desertion and Treason?
by Randal M. Bundy - 29 January 2015
|According to the accounts of Bergdhl's fellow soldiers, Bergdahl had not been captired by the Taliban in Afganistan, he had deserted.
There were also reports that he had an interest in and studied
Islam and that his motive in part was centered around an intent to
convert to Islam. In my view that is a very idicative of a
mental illness. He was not and is not clinically insane though,
so any hopes of using that as a defense is out the window. |
has always been at war with non-muslim countries and that fact can not
be ignored by those who have the courage to actually acknowldege
it. All the limp wristed politicians in the world can really only
lie about it. No matter how much they try to convince their
populous of the contraary, the fact remains the Islam has 1,400 years
of history against the rest of the world. It is in fact a religon
splattered with the blood of innocent people who just happened to be in
the path of the maniacs who sign on to or are born into Islam. One
should really not bother too much trying to figure out why a person
converts to islam, becasue the answer really lies within a persons
converted to the religon of the enemy at a time of war, on the battel
field and while his comrades in arms slept, he walked away from his
post in which it was his duty to protect them while they slept.
He was observed by Muslim villagers in the local village and according
to what they told the American Military Investigators, he was not at
that time a captive and he was by himself and unarmed. According
to the villagers who reported this he was also asking how he get in
touch with the Taliban. According to Taliban Reports he wandered off
post with Afgan Security guards and according to Taliban wandered right
into their hands. So he was not abducted against his will
from his post while guarding the perimiter, he simply walked off to
join his newly desired comrades, the enemy of which he and his fellow
soldiers died trying to locate their fellow soldier whom they initially
thought had been somehow captured by the enemy. Certainly a fate that
no American soldier would ever wish to be in. But later it was
learned that there was a possibility that he had left willingly.
It had also been reported by his fellow soldiers that he had been
studying the Quran and seemed to express feelings of sympathy with the
enemy. I my opuionion that is exactly when his commander should
have had him removed from duty as a security risk to all of the
soldiers in his command.
course we all by now are fully aware that the Muslim sympathetic Obama
traded 5 Taliban Leaders for the return of Bergdahl. It is not
what I would call a very good trade, unless perhaps the entire exchange
was not at all centered around the return of a wayward lost American
Soldier, but instead perhaps the entire purpose was to aid the enemy
Taliban with the return of high ranksing Taliban soldiers.
Perhaps the entire negotiation was conducted with the Muslim
Brotherhoods pipe line that wee know exists all the way into
Afganistan. We also know that the Muslim Brotherhood is in fact
infiltrated the White House with the assistence of Muslim Obama as well
as other branches of government, especially those agencies which make
up the Intelligence Community.
Bergdahl be charged and tried with treason? Yes most certainly he
should. Should he be executed? Well before we answer that
lets consider the fact that their are now in the United States a number
of families whose sons were killed trying to locate and rescue whom the
thought had been a captures American being held by the Enemy. The
heroism of those soldiers is spectacular and the treasonous actions
of Bergdahl is discusting and unforgivable. My answer would
have to be yes, a firing squad would be appropriate.
a solder is take as prisoner and cooperates with the enemy as a result
of torture, then he can be forgiven as no one could be expected to
withstand torture. Their actions do not constitute treason or
betrayal. If a soldier is home on leave from battle and just can
not bring himself to return to his unit and the battle field, then to
some degree also I do not consider that on the same level. But
desertion on the battlefield and converting to the enemies religious
ideology and no doubt hellping and assisting the enemy is
unforgivable. From accounts of the Taliban itself, Bergdahl
actually helped and assited in the training of Taliban soldiers to
attack and kill American soldiers and it is also believed that he
actually fought in battels against American Soldiers and most likely
killed American Soldiers. He went over to the enemy's side and
actually joined forces with the enemy, a classic case of being a
is no wonder the Taliban was willing to trade him for five of their
own. They too must have realized that you can not trust a traitor
within your midst, either one who was part of your forces or even one
of the enemies traitors. What respect would they have really had
for him? I can only speculate that he became a burden upon them
after a while. Since keeping him around would actually be more
trouble that it was worth, they decided to return the traitor back to
their enemy. Thus if Bergdahj had in fact converted to Islam,
then they would not have been betrayibng the obblication to assist and
protect a fellow Muslim. Keepin in mind also that since even they
realized they could never turn there backs on him since he could never
be trusted, they would also have to at least have two people who would
constantly be watching him to insure he does not wander off in the
middle of the night and return to his former comrade. Thus in
times of a shortage of soldiers in the field, they are waisting man
power watch him, instead of fighting their enemies, the American
also can not help but recall Bergdah;s family being invited to the
white house as part of Obama's deception of the American people.
Obama I thing was hoping that the American people would not find out
the truth about Begdahl. I remember clearly seeing Gerdahls
father sporting a beard and speaking the Language what I believe was
Arabic and quoting from the Quran. I suppose the apple really
does not fall to ar from the tree. Like father, like son.
or perhaps Like son, like father.
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