Monday, October 1, 2007

U.S. Army Rangers Murder Hundreds!
Innocent Men, Women, Children
Burned, Hung From Rafters of Mosque!

Former Ranger Tells All!

Decorated Army Corporal Jesse Adam MacBeth reveals American Atrocities!!

So far, the only statement in this post that's factual is the name "Jesse Adam MacBeth." And he was born "Jesse Adam Al-Zaid."

In a videotaped interview, Macbeth/Al-Zaid wore a camouflage jacket and told a tale that many people in America had been longing to hear. He talked about a slaughter of hundreds of innocent people in a mosque. "We would burn their bodies ... hang their bodies from the rafters in the mosque," he said, clearly distraught at what the American Military had forced him to do.

For a while he was the 'poster child' of anti-war groups.

Until it emerged that he'd been booted out of the Army, and had never been in a Ranger.

To his credit, Macbeth/Al-Zaid's slander of the Rangers seems to have been incidental to his attempt to defraud the Veteran's Administration (VA). He got a five-month sentence.

I'm not condoning either, but in my view thievery is not as bad slandering American soldiers.

So what?

Two things.
  1. Don't believe everything you read.
    Consider the source.
    If it sounds too good to be true, it probably is.
    Use common sense.
  2. It's not nice to defraud the VA, and there's something you can do about it.
The Inspector General of the Veterans Affairs Office has a confidential public hot line. You can use it to report crimes that involve the VA or its programs. If you know about a crime like that, please:
  • Call 800-488-8244
  • Send a fax to 202-565-7936
  • e-mail vaoighotline[a]
  • write to
    VA OIG hot line
    PO Box 50410
    Washington, D.C., 20091-0410
Facts from
Fake veteran gets "5-month sentence,"
"Man charged with falsifying military record,"
"Jesse Macbeth,"

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Note! Although I believe that these websites and blogs are useful resources for understanding the War on Terror, I do not necessarily agree with their opinions. 1 1 Given a recent misunderstanding of the phrase "useful resources," a clarification: I do not limit my reading to resources which support my views, or even to those which appear to be accurate. Reading opinions contrary to what I believed has been very useful at times: sometimes verifying my previous assumptions, sometimes encouraging me to change them.

Even resources which, in my opinion, are simply inaccurate are sometimes useful: these can give valuable insights into why some people or groups believe what they do.

In short, It is my opinion that some of the resources in this blogroll are neither accurate, nor unbiased. I do, however, believe that they are useful in understanding the War on Terror, the many versions of Islam, terrorism, and related topics.