Sgt. 1st Class Charles Martland
When is a hero 'not' a hero?
Apparently, when the US Army is pretending to be 'politically correct' by throwing out two heroes responsible for truly good and righteous acts.
Capt. Daniel Quinn
http://www.armytimes.com/story/military/2015/09/30/defenders-mount-support-ousted-green-beret-charles-martland/72996486/This is exactly what happened to two Green Berets, Capt. Daniel Quinn and Sgt.1st Class Charles Martland after 'dealing with' an Afghan police commander who likes little boys way too much.
"At issue was a 2011 altercation that Martland and a Green Beret officer had with the Afghan police commander, who was known for sexually abusing a boy and chaining the child to his bed."
If you've never heard of this type of behavior before, readers, you are in for a shock.
"Called bacha bazi, or “boy play,” the abuse is a longtime custom practiced in parts of Afghanistan — and in Iraq and other Middle Eastern places where American troops have served for more than a decade, analysts have said."
You see, in Afghanistan, it is their 'culture' to rape and molest young boys for their entertainment. The men, I mean. And worse still, US military service members are prevented from interfering with such 'practices'.
This is one way men treat boy children like sexual play things in this video of the 'dancing boys' known as 'Bacha Bazi':
There is a price to pay for being allowed the 'privilege' of gaining the trust of and interacting with the local Afghans, to which our heroes said, in effect, 'no thanks to you, buddy', referring to Afghan Local Police commander Abdul Rahman in particular.
Turning a blind eye to this brand of pedophilia just wasn't going to cut it at all for our guys here.
But I can report a 'somewhat' happy ending with what follows.
Brave Hero Capt. Daniel Quinn has left the US Army, while Brave Hero Sgt. 1st Class Charles Martland has been allowed to stay in the Army.
We are so grateful for Sgt. 1st Class Charles Martland and for Capt. Daniel Quinn, that they and their families and friends may now have some peace of heart over this matter
Thank you, Gentlemen, for your bravery, courage, honor and determination. We are very sorry for the pains you have endured.
May your moral decency ever spread and flourish and reach all souls across the globe.
And may God truly bless you fine Soldiers, you fine Americans, with an abundance of all the good things you deserve so much.
With love in Christ,