October 24, 2007, - 10:23 am

Condi Clueless’ Blackwater “Cultural Awareness” Training

By Debbie Schlussel
Yesterday, Secretary of Pandering, er . . . State, Condi Clueless a/k/a Condoleezza Rice told Congress that she will force contractors like Blackwater to take “cultural awareness and sensitivity training seminars” (which you know will be added to the bill and U.S. taxpayers will be footing the propaganda, likely taught by unindicted HAMAS co-conspirators CAIR or ISNA).
Perhaps Condi Clueless’ memory is short. Perhaps she forgot that Blackwater–which has not lost a single U.S. diplomat and has done its job–already had quite a bit of Cultural Awareness training.
Remember This Cultural Awareness seminar, Condi?–The Fallujah Massacre of Four Blackwater Americans (Hello . . . ?):

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Yup, Blackwater already got the necessary “Cultural Awareness” training . . . in spades. That’s Our Enemies’ Culture. Be Aware. Any Questions?
There’s only one person who needs to take this “sensitivity training,” and her name is Condi. Maybe her boss and his wife, too.
Here’s some more of Yer’ “Cultural ‘Wareness” Trainin’:
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Palestinian Woman on Ramallah Street Cheers 9/11 Attacks.

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Hezbollah Kids Trained in Nazi Salute

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Al-Aqsa Martyrs Brigade Martyr Poster

of Palestinian Child Terrorist Homicide Bomber

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Again, That’s Their Culture. We’re Aware of It (at least, some of us are). Any Questions? . . .
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13 Responses

Our “clueless” government will be the death of us yet.

redtop on October 24, 2007 at 10:54 am

Well said Debbie. I wish you’d make the YouTube link onto the video of Nick Berg (blessed be his memory) for all of our ignoramuses out yonder–it makes your skin crawl and the blood vessels in your face burst with angry rage. Know what islam/mohammed is about–face your enemy and deal with it!!! It wants me and you and our kids next.
Condi operates over here and there as they call her “nigger slave” in the Arabic language–and culturally that’s just fine with her. We need do conform to that “culture?” No thanks. Wake up!!

BB on October 24, 2007 at 11:24 am

Is it just me, or does it seem that Shirin Tahir-Kheli’s fingerprints are all over this one as well. I’m beginning to be concerned that this woman has quite a bit of influence. Indian-Americans should be concerned, too, because she’s a Muslim and proud of it, and isn’t too fond of Hindu India.

sonomaca on October 24, 2007 at 12:04 pm

Shouldn’t her nickname be Condoleeza, I’ll do anything peace A Rice.

MadMom on October 24, 2007 at 12:49 pm

I totally agree that this is nothing more than social -engineering by the clueless. That said, I am always concerned when entities (whether private or government) are allowed to act with no accountability. My understanding is that Blackwater has been given immunity from prosecution or civil actions in Iraq. As a conservative Christian, I do not approve of giving immunity for negligent or criminal acts, and neither does the Bible that I follow.
Rather than brainwashing these guys, I support making them accountable for their actions and for restitution if they commit negligent or criminal acts which kill or maim innocent civilians or destroy property.

Sue Bob on October 24, 2007 at 1:42 pm

Sue Bob,
Where is the proof of criminal or negligent acts? Do we take the side of the terrorists over those at Blackwater that are retired military? Wake up! Now is not the time to bring up your Christianity. Even Christ went into the temple to stop the desecrating going on there. Where is the courage in todays Christians?

MadMom on October 24, 2007 at 2:36 pm

They named an oil tanker after Condoleza Rice. In spite of that, the Bush Administration wants you to think she works for the United States of America. This is untrue. Condi works for the Saudi Petrochemical Lobby.
The Saudi Petrochemical Lobby buys advertising so the media doesn’t dare criticize them. They grant money; lots of it to Middle East Studies departments of Universities large and small so they get preferential treatment.
If Debbie ever shuts down this blog, moves into a giant mansion and starts driving a Rolls Royce, you’ll know what happened. :+)

There is NO Santa Claus on October 24, 2007 at 4:30 pm

We are continually told that the type of war-mongering shown in these photos is only practiced by a “lunatic fringe” of Islam, and is completely unsupported by the “peaceful vast majority”.
Does anyone really think they’d be able to so brazenly parade in the streets if that were true?

stevecanuck on October 24, 2007 at 4:52 pm

MadMom,
I said “if” they have committed such acts. I certainly don’t think that giving them blanket immunity is a way to prevent negligent or criminal acts by individuals employed by Blackwater or anyone, nor is brainwashing via sensitivity training. Surely you don’t think that the employees of Blackwater are infallible, perfect men. Surely you believe that the deaths of innocent civilians should be investigated and, if caused by negligence or even criminal negligence, dealt with accordingly. We aren’t supposed to be at war with the civilian population over there are we? I thought that we were supposed to be helping them.
Our soldiers are held to higher standards than Blackwater employees when it comes to civilian deaths. I don’t think that the employees of a private security company, or the company itself, should have no accountability for its actions. They have great authority and should have equal accountability.

Sue Bob on October 24, 2007 at 5:58 pm

Sue Bob,
When my son was headed to Iraq for his first tour of duty my first concern was his safe return. I told him that I didn’t care if they were 8 or 80 if someone posed a threat to him to KILL that person. The bottom line is that I could care less how many of them died. It was all about his safe return home. Maybe that is too blunt for you to handle. We are at war! We are not over there to be perceived as the nicest people in the world. This need to be sensitive and PC has cost more than one of our servicemen / servicewomen their lives. Why should their families go through a living hell everyday because some view the lives of our enemy as more precious than those of our men and women?

newinnewark on October 24, 2007 at 7:30 pm

newinnewark,
Of course I agree that your son would have been justified in killing anyone who posed a threat to him to protect his own life. I don’t believe that an enemy’s life is more precious than our soldier’s lives. I do believe that the lives of innocent civilians, whether American or Iraqi are precious. I always thought that this was the American position in warfare and distinguished us from the barbarians depicted in the pictures that are part of this post.

Sue Bob on October 24, 2007 at 7:46 pm

If you were a foreign service officer in IRAQ would you want fat old men protecting you like Secretary Rice had yesterday on Capitol Hill? Blackwater is taking a hit for doing their jobs. The mainstream press say “jump” and Rice responds, “How high?”. There are less than 1,500 DSS special agents in the world. You would think that Rice has the best of the lot assigned to her protective detail. We saw that crew in action yesterday and now everyone knows why Blackwater was hired to do what DSS can’t do. Perhaps a few of the 6,000 ICE agents chasing maids and meat cutters could be detailed to DSS to beef up diplomatic security?

NDN on October 26, 2007 at 12:37 am

Debbie,
Keep this article as a banner link on your homepage for a while–please! If all Americans were forced to face and deal with the REALITY this article displays–namely that “these are not the sort of people we can afford to turn into idiots with–but that is exactly what are doing (through our politicians).”
We must denounce and change this pandering pander-demic. What they did to Nick they’d love to do to us all.
Condi-Clueless–how appropriate!

BB on October 28, 2007 at 9:12 am

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