I became aware of two separate incidents that have lain a heavy mantel of shame on my heart.
1 – The rape of a young girl in Idaho on or about 2 June 2016 by 3 minor Syrian ‘refugees’ at knife point was heinous enough, but the real shame comes from having the town council of Twin Falls attempt to cover up the crime and intimate the citizen outrage as “Islamophobia” and “White Supremacy.” Unless and until We, the People, stand and shout, “NO MORE!” and back that up with action, it will continue, and our young daughters and grand daughters will continue to be “rape fodder” for these so-called, “refugees.” I am ashamed that my government knowingly and willingly imports these ‘people’ and leaves the citizens of this country no redress of their grievances.
2 – A retired Air Force Senior Master Sergeant, reciting the traditional, “Flag Folding Speech,” which invokes the Blessings of God on our Flag, our Nation, and our Troops, was assaulted by at least three other senior NCO’s (total of 4 people involved) and forcibly ejected from the ceremony (which he had been asked to perform the speech at) and the base. The article has the video. The SMSgt should have cold-cocked the first BOW (Back Office Weenie) that touched him. The reason I’m ashamed? Today marks the 43rd anniversary of my starting active duty with the USAF and continuing on with a career culminating in 1994. Further, every other NCO in the room who took the same Oath I did should be ashamed for not getting up and stopping (by knocking out the pansy asses forcing the SMSgt out of the ceremony and base) this egregious assault on a fellow retired NCO. Any officer who knew about the plans to stop this should be cashiered. Shame.