July 9, 2015, - 3:30 pm

allahuFUBAR: CENTCOM Tells Airmen to Observe Ramadan; “RESPECT RAMADAN” Artwork

By Debbie Schlussel


Tech. Sgt. Jeff Andrejcik of U.S. Air Forces Central Command Public Affairs has a tough job protecting the American homeland. While American troops are still murdered daily by Muslims who hate us in Afghanistan, he gets to spend his day sitting at a desk crafting “RESPECT RAMADAN” artwork, which he posted on Central Command a/k/a CENTCOM’s website, accompanying his instructions to American airmen to respect and observe Ramadan.

It’s all in orders he posted to airmen in “Airmen Exercise Cultural Awareness During Ramadan.” It’s official: He’s CENTCOM’s Blac Chyna minus the stripper pole (only his gynecologist knows for sure if he has different ladyparts). And CENTCOM is officially infected with Fifth Column Disease.

Southwest Asia — U.S. military personnel serving in the Middle East are constantly reminded to be familiar with host-nation customs and courtesies to help facilitate a long-lasting mutual respect with the local community.

A significant religious period happens in the Middle East during the ninth month of the Islamic lunar calendar.

It’s a 30 day stretch where Muslims observe Ramadan. According to an article written by Time Magazine, it’s a celebration of the Qur’an, experienced by believers as a source of guidance and criterion for human life.

Military members serving in countries, who celebrate the holy month, are required to adhere to the strict practices while outside of U.S. installations.

“Members should be respectful of local customs and be patient with Host Nation personnel,” said Capt. Dan, Host Nation officer in-charge. “Ramadan is a countrywide religious celebration. Members should not make light of local customs and should also expect that during daylight hours host nation customer service will be abbreviated and less accommodating.”

One of the more eminent customs over the duration of the observance is how Muslims refrain from eating and drinking from sunrise to sunset.

When outside U.S. controlled areas, it should be noted that eating and drinking in public during daylight hours is against the law. Failure to obey this law could result in fines up to $685 or a sentence of up to two months in jail.

“The wing commander’s policy dictates that Airmen will adhere to local law, which prohibits eating, drinking or tobacco use off base in public,” said Dan.

The only personnel exempt from this custom are those performing strenuous labor outside U.S. controlled areas. They are authorized to drink and consume as much food as they need to maintain proper hydration and energy.

Dan also brought to light how off-base businesses plan to operate as well as the best time to travel during Ramadan.

“The malls will be empty for the most part and the majority of stores will be closed during daylight hours,” he said. “The best opportunity for off base experiences will be after sunset during the month of Ramadan.”

As Airmen and other personnel here adjust to this custom, Brig. Gen. John Quintas, 380th Air Expeditionary Wing commander, pointed out the type of conduct he expects throughout the holy month.

“As “Airmen-Ambassadors”, representing American and U.S. military values around the world, we are committed to the concepts of tolerance, freedom and diversity,” said Quintas. “I hope that during your service in the 380th AEW you become more informed and appreciative of the traditions and history of the people in this region of the world. Please remember we are guests here and that the host nation is our shoulder-to-shoulder, brothers and sisters in arms, risking their lives for our common cause to defeat terrorism.”

For more information about Ramadan contact either the base chapel or visit the Host Nation office for a list of cultural advisors.


Hmmm . . . did we send out orders during World War II that said, “Airmen Exercise Cultural Awareness During Nazi Oven and Lampshade Fest ’43”? Do we ever send out orders urging U.S. military forces to “Exercise Cultural Awareness” during Christmas or Passover or Easter or Yom Kippur?

That would be a no, no, nope, nope, and, uh, no. But Muslims are special. When you fly planes into American buildings, murdering 3,000, and when you shoot up places like Fort Hood and try to blow up planes with your underwear, you get rewarded and elevated to extra-super-special. I’m trying to pinpoint the exact moment when we became America . . . We’re Bending Over, Do Us Some More.

And you wonder why nobody respects America anymore. Maybe because Uncle Sam personally fed his testicles to the sharks a long time ago.

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There are World War II precedents for kowtowing to Muslim antisemitism. During world War II, when US troops entered Northwest Africa, that region, influenced both by Muslims and by Vichy France had numerous anti-semitic regulations and practices. The US was very, very slow in demanding that these practices be removed, and, in fact, not all of them were removed.

But of course one of our allies of that time had instituted massive anti-semitic practices — not as much as Nazi Germany,but had still slaughtered millions of people, and had Stalin lived, it is likely the Soviet Union (sic) would have experienced a holocaust similar to that perpetrated by the Nazis.

Little Al on July 9, 2015 at 4:34 pm

    But of course one of our allies of that time had instituted massive anti-semitic practices — not as much as Nazi Germany,but had still slaughtered millions of people, and had Stalin lived, it is likely the Soviet Union (sic) would have experienced a holocaust similar to that perpetrated by the Nazis.


    Miranda Rose Smith on July 10, 2015 at 4:09 am

Since our servicemen are required to obey local customs, can they buy slaves and marry 6 year girls while they are there?

Steve G on July 9, 2015 at 4:36 pm

    TOUCHE!!!But there’s a difference between saying servicemen should obey the law, or avoid doing things that are considered RUDE, and saying they can or should do every vile, primitive thing the locals did.

    Miranda Rose Smith on July 10, 2015 at 4:07 am

This is not your Father’s military, to borrow from an old Oldsmobile ad. The tone was set after the Ft. Hood massacre when Gen. Casey lectured America that losing our diversity would be greater than the death of 13 Americans. People need to listen to these guys. Our military, like every nook and cranny of the Leviathan in D.C. has been compromised and willingly infiltrated.

JeffT on July 9, 2015 at 4:43 pm

    As long as we have disgraces to the uniform like Casey and the toady Dempsey, we are doomed.

    Herbster on July 10, 2015 at 9:05 am

“Barf” is right.

skzion on July 9, 2015 at 5:56 pm

I can remember some of this type of cultural/racial/ethnic diversity BS being preached way back when I was in the Air Force (’76-’80, the Carter years, of course). My young mind at the time wondered what any of it had to do with launching missiles or dropping bombs. Over the years it became quite apparent what the motive was: to destroy our military.

CornCoLeo on July 9, 2015 at 6:30 pm

JeffT is absolutely correct. It is not your father’s military and it is for d..n sure not your grandfather’s.

Triple “Barf”

ra2216 on July 9, 2015 at 7:43 pm

“Muslims are special. When you fly planes into American buildings, murdering 3,000, and when you shoot up places like Fort Hood and try to blow up planes with your underwear, you get rewarded and elevated to extra-super-special.”

muslims are either psychotic, imbeciles or both.

DS_ROCKS! on July 9, 2015 at 8:29 pm

    “..muslims are either psychotic, imbeciles or both.”

    And might I add: Muslims are a cult that lives to be miserable.

    lee of the lower case "l" on July 10, 2015 at 2:07 pm

When outside U.S. controlled areas, it should be noted that eating and drinking in public during daylight hours is against the law. Failure to obey this law could result in fines up to $685 or a sentence of up to two months in jail.

If it’s against the law, it’s against the law. Nobody asks or expects non-Jews to fast on Yom Kippur. Nobody asks or expects non-Catholics or non-Eastern Orthodox Christians to observe lent. But a country’s laws are a country’s laws and U.S. servicemen, off-base, should follow them.

Miranda Rose Smith on July 10, 2015 at 2:14 am

    Miranda, I expect you would agree that German citizens in the 1930s and 1940s should not have followed certain of their laws.

    Debbie’s point was the elaborate and unique deference of the US military–which in theory is helping protect the area–to the pieties of those who are not even sincere. We’re also not talking about following local laws when on vacation.

    Your typical pose here is as a scold. It’s annoying. AND, in all the years you’ve been here you have NEVER successfully defended your arguments.

    skzion on July 10, 2015 at 11:30 am

      Spot on, Skzion. Not only what you correctly pointed out but cuddly “MRS” has had a go at more regulars here than ANY troll or Libtard know-nothing. People need to read between the not so thin lines.

      In fact, the issue I recall her getting most in high dudgeon about was throw-away jokes about “cat ladies”. I adore cats and am vegetarian and I NEVER get offened by cat lady jokes. I like to laugh.

      But the scolding…like a tight-lipped, clipped-haired humourless schoolmarm comes with just about each and every “get the hell off of my lawn” post of hers!

      Skunky on July 10, 2015 at 12:03 pm

Good grief….remember the good old days when our commanders were worried about defending our nation? Now we have this crap. On the one hand we can’t let Chaplains – you know, ACTUAL religious ministers assigned to perform their religious duties – invoke Jesus Christ or even many Christian tenets, but here’s CENTCOM actually supporting Islam. Where’s the crowd from the ACLU fighting about separation of church and state?

I was stationed in Egypt for a year and a half, and the Egyptians understood that we weren’t Muslim so they didn’t expect us to observe Ramadan. Sort of like I don’t expect them to observe Lent. I wonder how we should observe Ramadan? Here are some imam-approved ways:

– throw a homosexual person off the roof

– perform the excision of a girl’s clitoris so she won’t enjoy sex. Bonus points for not using an pain medication

– marry off your daughter at a young age

– behead an infidel

– have everyone recite the Shahada, so that we can all be considered Muslim

I’m sure there are many more ways the Religion of Peace would have us observe Ramadan, but those are probably a good start in their book.

Sean M on July 10, 2015 at 8:29 am

Guess they stay away from the buffet at strip clubs during Ramadan

Jack on July 10, 2015 at 9:38 am

Picture it it’s the late 90’s and I’m overseas courteous of the greatest Navy on the planet in the United Arab Emirates. Long before the Muslims got jealous of us and built the Burj Khalifa in Dubai. We were given the port brief before we pulled in as to what to do and not what to do in a Muslim country. Now having been to the suck hole of the Middle East aka Saudi Arabia Dubai was very different. It was still Muslim and even then the CENTCOM public relations machine was run by feckless nimrods who cared more about offending the dirt bag Islamists than the troops. You have to remember also who was president back then. It just burns me up that we have appeasing dipwads like Sgt. Andrejcik in charge of anything in the military. Yeah I’ll respect Ramadan like Muslims respect Independence Day.

Ken B on July 10, 2015 at 12:58 pm

Reading your post, Ken, its as if everyone wants American’s to capitulate to them, but they do not respect anything American.
Same as the immigration issue. Mexico has one of the toughest deportation rules in affect, they will deport anyone in a hot second, but America? We are racist bigoted pukes, I suppose.

MrBigBrain on July 10, 2015 at 2:58 pm

you got the name of the holiday wrong….

its NOT Ramadan….

jeez….do some research….will ya???

hee hee

marshall dicker on July 10, 2015 at 2:59 pm

September 20, 2001

A high school student put it best when that student said: “People say the attacks on the World Trade Center and the Pentagon are defining moments for America. I think that what will define America is what the country does AFTER Sept. 11.” These were remarks by a high school student in a Sept. 12, 2001 interview with Scott Horsley on National Public Radio.

Almost immediately after the 911 attacks, the first actions of the US Government was to protect the members of the bin Laden family as well as other well placed Muslim operators in the US.

President George W. Bush also set the tone for what was to be the US policy of Islamopandering in the following speech:

“I also want to speak tonight directly to Muslims throughout the world. We respect your faith. It’s practiced freely by many millions of Americans, and by millions more in countries that America counts as friends. Its teachings are good and peaceful, and those who commit evil in the name of Allah blaspheme the name of Allah. The terrorists are traitors to their own faith, trying, in effect, to hijack Islam itself. The enemy of America is not our many Muslim friends; it is not our many Arab friends. Our enemy is a radical network of terrorists, and every government that supports them.”

Tech. Sgt. Jeff Andrejcik is merely following orders, not creating policy. Islamopandering IS the policy. It is the policy of the CIA, the US State Department, and all of the branches of the US military.

You didn’t think that the power and influence of Islam was expanding because Islam is attractive to so many people, did you? It is expanding because it is in integral part of official US policy. Its main proponents are the big businesses involved in the weapons industry. By promoting Islamoterrorism throughout the world, they ensure massive cash flow streams from weapons sales in the future. It’s all pretty simple really, once you understand how things really work. Of course, that’s a truly depressing reality to contend with, and I can understand how many would seek to avoid this fundamental truth and explain the growth of Islam and Islamoterrorism under some other “rationale,” even if that “rationale” doesn’t make any sense. Oftentimes fairy tales and lies are far more comforting than the truth.

Ralph Adamo on July 10, 2015 at 3:34 pm

This level of solicitude is bizarre. Our armed forces are not over in those horrid places to take a vacation. Frankly, the less contact that you have with the local Muslim population, the safer you will be. Conversations with non-military personnel should be purely functional and minimal.

Worry on July 10, 2015 at 6:57 pm

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