by Pamela Geller
Maj. Gen. Peter Fuller
The President of Afghanistan spits on the vast blood and treasure the US spent on security, training, schools, infrastructure for the Afghans. Afghanistan would side with Pakistan in war with US, says Hamid ... but a top US General comments on such betrayal and he gets fired. The Afghans and our avowed mortal enemy, the Taliban, get respect, money and arms.
No matter how much blood and treasure America expended for Afghanistan or how aggressively Pakistan wages war against Afghanistan, Islam trumps all.
America, wake up. I stand with Maj. Gen. Peter Fuller, deputy commander of the NATO training mission. If our military is being run by such spineless, gutless wonders, the weak and pathetic Gen John Allen did Fuller a favor. It sounds to me like this firing came from the Taliban toady in the White House.
Pentagon - POLITICS A top U.S. general in Afghanistan was fired Friday for making disparaging remarks about Afghan President Hamid Karzai and his .
Maj. Gen. Peter Fuller, deputy commander of the NATO training mission in Afghanistan, made the remarks in an interview with Politico that was published Thursday.
Fuller told Politico that major in the Afghan government are "isolated from reality." Fuller reacted angrily to claims from Karzai that Afghanistan would side with Pakistan if it were to go to war with the United States.
Fuller called Karzai's statements "erratic," , "Why don't you just poke me in the eye with a needle! You've got to be kidding me … I'm sorry, we just gave you $11.6 billion and now you're telling me, 'I don't really care'?"
Gen. John R. Allen, the commander of International Security Assistance Force (ISAF), released a statement Friday saying Fuller was to be relieved of his duties, "effective immediately."
"These unfortunate comments are neither indicative of our current solid relationship with the government of Afghanistan, its leadership, or our joint commitment to prevail here in Afghanistan", Allen said.
What a dhimmi stooge. I am ashamed of our military leader.
"The Afghan people are an honorable people, and comments such as these will not keep us from accomplishing our most critical andmission-bringing about a stable, peaceful and prosperous Afghanistan."
Pentagon officials who spoke to Fox News on the condition of anonymity agree that Fuller seemed to go off the rails in the Politico interview, admitting he showed extremely poor judgment. The fish line didn't help his cause:
"You can teach a man how to fish, or you can give them a fish," Fuller said. "We're giving them fish while they're learning, and they want more fish! [They say,] 'I like swordfish, how come you're giving me cod?' Guess what? Cod's on today."
Fuller is not the only loose-lipped general to sink his own ship. Gen. Stanley McChrystal, once the commander of ISAF, was fired by President Obama himself after the Rolling Stone published disparaging remarks he and his staff made about members of the administration.