Allen West “We cannot win by “empathizing” with this vile enemy”

by Allen West

Here we go again, as political correctness makes warfare a joke.

Obviously, those of us in Western civilization have to do better in our relationships with jihadists. Hillary Clinton admonished us to empathize with the perspective of our enemy and respect them. Sen. Dianne Feinstein last week released what was termed the “torture report” — which was nothing more than a Senate Democrat partisan political stunt with the backing of the White House.

And now this ridiculous revelation from our cousins across the Atlantic.

As reported by the UK Telegraph, “British soldiers have “lost their capability” to interrogate terrorist insurgents because of strict new rules on questioning that even ban shouting in captives’ ears, military chiefs have warned. The rules — detailed in court papers obtained by The Telegraph — also prevent military intelligence officers from banging their fists on tables or walls, or using “insulting words” when interrogating a suspect.” (Continue at the link below)

Warfare hits new low of absurdity: British soldiers told not to yell at terror suspects – Allen B. West – AllenBWest.com.

“These are inane policies by which we ignore sound and effective policies to prosecute combat operations against islamo-fascism, jihadists, and terrorists and tie the hands of our warriors.

We cannot win this way by “empathizing” with this vile enemy or considering their feelings. I am quite sure they are laughing at us and using this as yet another propaganda tool to paint us as weak, feckless, and effete — they are the strong tribe. They’re raping, pillaging and beheading, and we’re issuing orders not to yell, shout, or use bad language?

Folks, we are so losing this conflagration at every level. This must end and we must find more Churchills and send the damn Neville Chamberlains home. The combat battlefield is not the place for political correctness and misguided sympathy.”Allen West

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