“Self-Sacrifice”

Another day, another pathetic excuse by Bowe Bergdahl about why he abandoned his unit in Afghanistan and cost lives and resources. This time, the swine fucking dildo claims in documents released by his defense attorneys that he abandoned his buddies and deserted his unit because he was sacrificing himself for the good of his fellow Soldiers.

I. Shit. You. Not.

Bergdahl told a general who investigated the case that he hoped to cause an alarm by leaving his post, then walk to a larger base in Afghanistan so he could have an audience with a top commander.

“So, the idea was to — it was— literally, it was a sacrificial — it was a self-sacrifice thing,” Bergdahl said, according to the transcript of a 2014 interview with Maj. Gen. Kenneth Dahl.

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He ruled out going to the media and instead decided to trigger an alarm by sneaking off and then walking to a larger base nearby. He described his thought process, referring to himself in the third-person: “That guy disappears. No one knows what happened to him. That call goes out. It hits every command. Everybody goes, what has happened?”

Within a couple days, he planned to show up at the base: “the Soldier shows up … People recognize him. They ID him. They go, ‘What did you just do?’ And that Soldier says, ‘I am not saying anything about what I did until I am talking to a general.’ “

This turd-gobbling crotch jockey is either dumber than the proverbial bag of hammers, or he’s hoping for some kind of insanity defense!

This dick weasel is actually claiming that he deserted his unit to draw attention to problems only he apparently knew how to solve, because he was oh so brilliant! Great plan, shit-for-brains!

Seriously, he wouldn’t know the meaning of “self sacrifice” if it came up to him and nibbled his tiny little ballsack!

Self sacrifice is Medal of Honor recipient Marine Cpl. Kyle Carpenter throwing himself on a grenade to save his buddy’s life.

Self sacrifice is Cpt. Florent A. Groberg rushing a suicide bomber in Afghanistan in 2012, and saving numerous Afghan and American lives at the cost of losing his own.

Self sacrifice is all those guys spending time looking for Bergdahl’s worthless ass and getting hurt in the process.

Self sacrifice is Army Sgt. 1st Class Leroy Petry losing his hand while throwing a grenade away from two other Soldiers.

These are stories of self sacrifice.

If you're ever in doubt of Bergdahl's guilt, just remember this photo.

If you’re ever in doubt of Bergdahl’s guilt, just remember this photo.

Bergdahl walking away from his unit, because he apparently knew better than his leadership how to run the mission is the height of selfish and stupid. Bergdahl hanging out with his Haqqani chums, playing soccer and helping them murder his fellow Soldiers is treachery.

No one is buying it, dildo. Shut your piehole, you cowardly piece of shit.

Here’s hoping for a guilty verdict.

 

17 responses

  1. The fact that the interviewing general did not vomit, then bum rush this scum out of his office testifies to the fact that general officership has been purged of anything resembling a commander. No one needs to “understand” Bergdahl’s mental state, and if they do need an inkling, have a one-star RAA* call me. Happy to set him straight.

    This was a wartime situation. The purpose of war is to destroy the enemy, not have a business chat with a commanding officer. Remember “Give your soul to God, grunt, because your ass belongs to the United States?” Well, that applies here.

    Going back to the people who now run our “sensitivity to the people” style: what the hell are we thinking by allowing this? I bear particular animus toward one Gen. David Rodriguez, sure, you know him. He’s the guy who set the “new” ROEs that put so many of our people at risk by adopting the same old crap from NAM.

    If you’ve been paying attention, that was a war we “lost.” Apparently, Gen. Rodriguez is illiterate, or wasn’t paying attention at War College because he didn’t realize or assimilate the idea that a MAJOR part of warfare is destroying not only the enemy, but destroying the enemy’s will to continue the fight. But, hey, the general can be forgiven he missed Nam…too young.

    My other beef with this guy is that on 9/11/12, and according to an AP report (since expunged), he “apprehended” Gen. Carter Ham after Ham told Leon to shove the denial of aid to Americans on a warm-to-sizzling hot night. Add to this that one tiny-testicled Exec. Officer relieved the Mediterranean Fleet Admiral from the bridge after said Admiral let fly with “racial slurs” when he received orders not to launch air cover and rescue.

    Because of sensitive officers like the hearing officer, and Rodriguez, we stand at the gate of world wide war, even in this country. The enemy laughs at us, and chortle over reports like the Bergdahl affair. They see us as weak and their will to fight remains unabated.

    Doubt if you can find this stuff ever again, but I am, by God blessed with an excellent memory, and I remember…even if nobody else does.

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  2. Oh, by the way, the term RAA stands for Regular Army….you can figure out the rest. If you have Nam vet friends, they can explain it to you.

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  3. Don’t take this the wrong way, but I’m wondering why he was trusted with a loaded weapon.

    Unless he’s not crazy and is the criminal deserter we knew him to be pretty much from the beginning.

    Kinda makes it simple.

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    1. Well, from what I gather, he either got a waiver for his nuttery, or they didn’t feel it was serious enough not to allow him in the infantry. Either way, his stupid ass caused more damage than we can say!

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  4. ‘I am not saying anything about what I did until I am talking to a general.’

    He did get to talk to a General. Lady named Courtney Marshall.

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  5. I would forgive him for just walking away when he wasn’t on duty. It was (is) a war we should never have been in. But to walk away while at his post and potentially putting his fellow soldiers in harms way is cowardly and unforgivable.

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  6. I had actually some hope that Bergdahl was going to have a real trial and punishment when the charges were finally given to the news media.
    Granted, it was all a dog and pony show from the get go, made to satisfy the American public and their lust for blood at the time, but I fully expected a quick trial and a lengthy sentence. What I didn’t anticipate was the tactics that leftists are known for, but which should have been expected.
    Perhaps it is only me, but Bergdahl stands as a symbol of a failed military strategy by President Obama and his top commanders. It has always, to the best of my knowledge, been the position of the U.S. that we never negotiate over hostages. To do so simply invites the terrorists to repeat the same thing in the future. And yet not only did we find this a strategy employed by our leaders, but one celebrated by them with a party in the Rose Garden with Bergdahl’s parents, and also giving up 5 high ranking terrorists in exchange for a deserter. This is something I have a hard time believing that would have happened during any previous administration, or either political party, during any war or conflict.
    By engaging in this one negotiation, the administration made it clear that they were unwilling to take the tough stance when called for, and what happened was another poor negotiation with the nation of Iran, and a deal that, unless something changes, almost certainly will lead to further tensions in the middle east and possible war.
    That Obama’s weakness is on display at a time when the presidential election is just heating up, as well as the weather, could portend a long, hot and perhaps violent summer for the nation as the left and the right struggle to gain political power before the November elections.

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  7. Incidents like this always make me think of the balance in decision making for those in command. What’s the better angle? Drill that soldier till he has no choice but to adapt to what’s required of him to prove a point or use him as an example? Or assign his dead ass to the SCIF and let him sign in/sign out people and keep him and his eccentricities off the front line? (hope I remembered the acronym correctly)

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    1. Assigning shitbrains like this to the SCIF leads to a Bradley Manning. No thanks. Admin. That’s where pukes like this belong.

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    2. The SCIF? Ye gods, NO!

      Permanent Latrine Orderly would be a better use for this clown. Though I’m not sure I’d even want to trust him with my *actual* shit.

      Though ideally, he should have been invited to leave long before this became an issue.

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    3. Sorry…..I should have specified. ONLY signing people in and out. Never said anything about access to secure Intel. Ya know, morning formation, farting profile for PT, only responsibility is clipboard, go to mess hall, back to clipboard, end of day formation, mess, shit, sleep, repeat.

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      1. Snort. I wouldn’t let him anywhere NEAR a SCIF. He could do all that, though. Something he can’t fuck up.

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  8. He needs to be used as an example– i.e. on trial for treason and then hanged.

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  9. A bit more seriously and less flippantly, I think in many cases “sacrifice” is wrongly used in these contexts. It is certainly expensive to be in the military, expensive not in terms of having to pony up cash up front (sometimes it’s the other way around actually) but in terms of the lost opportunities to do something else, under better working conditions with less stress and for more money. To say nothing of the fact that it can be risky. But many happily pay that price because they value their country and are wiling to pay to keep it going.

    It’s not a “sacrifice” to do this, nor is it one to forgo luxuries to raise your kids; it’s trading a value for an even greater value.

    Now the shitforbrains* in question…didn’t sacrifice himself, but certainly a lot of people did sacrifice on his behalf. He wasn’t worth lifting a finger for, but people did far more than that. They traded something valuable for something valueless. A non-reward (alas) of military service is you sometimes get to do shit like that.

    *I figure if god didn’t want us to use the prefix “shit-” he wouldn’t have made it so damned useful.

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  10. Another festering bag of fuckery.

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