Skip to comments.Malkin On "Hadji Girl"
Posted on 06/15/2006 8:26:10 AM PDT by gunnyg
CAIR'S HADITHA PUBLICITY GRAB By Michelle Malkin · June 13, 2006 11:04 PM
***update: Blackfive reports: "I received the original video "Hodji Girl" (that was the title) back in early March from a Corpsman who thought that Corporal Joshua [Belile] was hilarious. I sent it around to my friends with the caveat not to post it so [Belile] wouldn't suffer the wrath of the humorless asshat sycophants in charge of the military or suffer the unbelievable media bias that is now occurring. I'm certain that Joshua and the Sweater Kittenz will be fine through this...there are probably agents all over them now to get a deal. But if this goes down badly for Joshua, I say we start a defense fund for the guy."
And Donkey Cons clues the MSM into the "Team America" reference. Here we go again with the latest Haditha-related hyperventilation: a song called "Hadji Girl" performed by a singer who appears to be an American service man.***
Allah blogged it earlier today and links to the video at Hot Air. He reports: "Im reliably informed that the video was shot at Al-Asad air base (which has a Marine air wing) on March 2nd or 3rd." [Update: We've put up a clean, Flash version of the video.]
Charles at LGF has more and hosts a sharper version of the video. He writes:
The mainstream media have really gone too far this time, in their smarmy rush to smear US troops, because their vile claims, based on information fed to them by an Islamist front group, can be checked.
While CAIR and their cohorts gnash their teeth over Marines singing songs about killing "innocent civilians" and "children," everyone else should calm down and get the facts. As I noted, "neither the CAIR release nor the BBC story report the full lyrics and the context of the Iraqi civilians ambushing the character in the song with AK-47s."
The Marine Corps has capitulated in the face of CAIR's yapping. CAIR, of course, is still not satisfied and is calling for a full-scale witch hunt:
"We welcome the Marine Corps statement, but we also expect that those who participated in this incident will be identified and disciplined appropriately," said CAIR Executive Director Nihad Awad. Awad added that he hoped Congress would conduct hearings on this and similar incidents.
To borrow Ilario Pantano's phrase, the self-flagellationists win again.
Jeff G. weighs in as only Jeff G. does. TrackBack <17>
CAIR has their priorities and the Marines have theirs.
CAIR realizes that PC can do more damage than an AK.
Considering the crap going on lately with Haditha, Marines In Shackles, the new Shrine To Islam built at Quantico, etc. it's getting difficult to understand/discern just what anybody's priorities/agendas really are!
It's no worse than most music on MTV or the rap/hip-hop circuit.
Mow hamhed down jihad!
We should all be sending copies of this tape to our local CAIR offices with instructions on what they can do with it. ( Bacon rapped koran..optional)
|Hadji Girl is a Masterpiece of contemporary music
|Posted by Berlin_Freeper
On 06/15/2006 7:29:29 AM CDT · 31 replies · 759+ views
Vanity | 6/15/06 | Berlin_Freeper
Be advised: Strong language. Hadji Girl I was out in the sands of Iraq, and we were under attack, and well, I didnt know where to go. Then the first thing that I could see, Was everybodys favorite Burger King, So I threw open the door and I hit the floor. Then suddenly to my surprise, I looked up and I saw her eyes, and I knew it was love at first site. And she said, Durka Durka Mohammed Jihad, Sherpa, Sherpa, Bakala, Hadji girl, I cant understand what you say. And she said, Durka Durka Mohammed Jihad, Sherpa, Sherpa,...
Some people just have no sense of humor..
And some people are just durkaheads..
Berlin Freeper nails it right on the head.
Malkin Update: Musical Double Standard Hadji Girl...
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