The State Doesn’t Trust its SoldiersMonday, November 9, 2009
In the Fort Worth Star-Telegram, Staff Sgt. Jacob Dorisca made remarks to a reporter, and here’s the reporter’s quote:
Dorisca wondered whether the slayings would lead Fort Hood’s commanding general to rethink the policy of requiring soldiers to remain unarmed while on post.
Only military police are allowed to carry firearms on a military base. Is anyone really surprised that this is the case? The state will train them to kill, send psychiatrists to their “aid” when they begin to develop problems with killing, and then send them back – ‘cured’ of their indecisiveness – to endure unbearable conditions, kill again, and continue the unwinnable war(s). Remember this from Michael Gaddy, my good friend and long-time Special Forces soldier and war veteran:
Throughout my career, no soldier, regardless of rank or position, was allowed to have in his/her private possession any firearm. When I was on the rifle/pistol team I had to go to the armory to pick up my weapons for any practice or competition and return them immediately upon completion. That always struck me as unusual. While I had 24/7 access to firearms and explosives while in the combat zone, I was not allowed to possess any such item even on a military installation unless it was for training or competition. Slaves should never be allowed the means to resist.