Petraeus Issues Statement on Burning of Quran – VALIDATED THE SLAUGHTER OF INNOCENT LIVES


Middle-East if burning the Quran is an excuse for anarchy and murdering Christians and Jews, then Muslims don’t WANT Democracy nor do they know the meaning.

General David Petraeus and Mark Sedwill, NATO’s Senior Civilian Representative, have released a statement on the burning of the Holy Quran which has sparked protests across Afghanistan. Video courtesy of NewsCore.

This is a shameful statement in capitulation to the Muslims and a slap in the face of Democracy. This idiot does NOT represent the American people in anyway. This ACT was not anything that took the life of another person. This is a book. The Bible is a book.

This is a betrayal of Democracy and a capitulation to Islam.

This is not American.  This is an affront to the WEST.  This man is that leader of a WESTERN ARMY?  He’s a JOKE!

Terry Jones has a right to burn any book, but no one has the RIGHT to MURDER someone else.  This is disgraceful.  How DARE Petraeus do this.

His name should not even be associated with Benedict Arnold. He is a low life.  Arnold was hung with dignity.  This guy sit cry and beg for mercy.  Spineless zoophyte that he it.

This is a dereliction of duty.  This man, instead of defending the right of someone to say something, has aligned himself instead with murderers.



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2 Responses to Petraeus Issues Statement on Burning of Quran – VALIDATED THE SLAUGHTER OF INNOCENT LIVES

  1. Anonymous says:

    Hey, Judith, how are any different rom
    Why do you think the UK banned your so called Pastor Terry Jones, who has a dozen followers from entering the United Kingdom?

    Inquiring mind wants to know!

    when the anti-war liberal advocacy group published a full-page ad in The New York Times on September 10, 2007 accusing General David H. Petraeus of “cooking the books for the White House”. The ad also labeled him “General Betray Us”.[1] The organization created the ad in response to Petraeus’ Report to Congress on the Situation in Iraq. MoveOn hosted pages on its website about the ad and their reasons behind it from 2007 to June 23, 2010. On June 23, 2010, after President Obama nominated General Petraeus to be the new top U.S. and NATO commander in Afghanistan (taking over the position from retiring General Stanley McCrystal), MoveOn erased these webpages and any reference to them from its website.[2]

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