Thursday, September 29, 2005

MSM Asshat: Kevin Sites

MSM Asshat: Kevin Sites

If the name of Kevin Sites does not sound familiar, perhaps the story of the photographer who filmed a Marine who shot and killed a wounded jihadist on the floor of a Fallujah mosque during the vicious (second) battle to take that city will ring a bell.

The result of that footage was a hysterical worldwide MSM media hue and cry about “another atrocity” committed by an American fighting man.

(In many of the reports about this incident, little or no mention of the fact that the Islamofascist Jihadists were using MOSQUES as their military firing stations; that the Marine had been wounded already; or that the Marine had lost Marine buddies to these Jihadists.  And little or no mention that – dammit – WAR IS HELL and sometimes people who choose to fight get to die for their country or their religion or whatever it is for which they choose to fight.

The Marines actually investigated the brave Marine who killed the wounded Jihadist (because he likely feared that he might shoot him).

The kicker in all this is that Kevin Sites was EMBEDDED with the Marines during the (second) Battle for Fallujah.  In other words, Kevin Sites was KEPT ALIVE by his Marine guardians.  And he thanked them for their trouble by causing a scandal and nearly getting one Marine court-martialed.

Kevin Sites encouraged our enemies with this infamous episode; he discouraged our brave fighting men.

Kevin Sites makes it clear in his own words that he thought what the Marine did in the mosque was wrong.

Kevin Sites is an antiwar activist, having posted to this organization: Images Against War.

Kevin Sites is a supreme asshat in my book.

Well, just to let you know that Yahoo has just signed on Kevin Sites as some “war reporter extraordinaire” who will go around the world ambulance-chasing wars and warriors for Yahoo.

This series will be called The Hot Zone.

I hope you will all treat The Hot Zone with the contempt it deserves.

If you wish, you can send Mr. Sites an email telling him how much you “appreciate” his work by clicking here.

8 Comments:

Anonymous SK said...

Since it's your site and I'm being polite (and not using swear words) I won't comment on Kevin Sites. Because sometimes proper English is just. not. enough.

Fri Sep 30, 08:57:00 AM PDT  
Blogger Call Me Grandma said...

May I ask, what the hell was a reporter or photographer, like Kevin Sites, doing with our troops? Don't you think something could have been done to keep his kind away from our troops?
Something new???Now we have new pictures of Abu Ghuarib (however you spell it) coming out, (maybe). Something had better be done about this. I can't believe our military brass just sitting on their hands and doing nothing.
Yea, I want my son in harms way, yea right...Who is watching my son's back? Not his top command. Not the brass here at home.
Today is a day for shaking your head in disgust.

Fri Sep 30, 12:53:00 PM PDT  
Blogger GunJam said...

Hi, sk! Great post! Well said (even though you left it unsaid)! -- gunjam

Sat Oct 01, 06:24:00 PM PDT  
Blogger GunJam said...

Hi, mil mom! How are you? I think that on issues like this we are of one mind because we have sons over there now and we know what they tell us (and don't tell us) -- and what they are going through (even though we may not always be at liberty to share all we know, for various reasons)! Thank you. -- gunjam

Sat Oct 01, 06:26:00 PM PDT  
Blogger BostonMaggie said...

When I first saw this advertised on Yahoo, I was excited. Being a news junkie the premise sounded like a good idea. The name was tickling the back of my mind and then I remembered who he was! I am bummed. Maybe someone else can pick up this idea. The first story is about a former Marine in Somalia.

Sat Oct 01, 09:58:00 PM PDT  
Blogger GunJam said...

Thanks for your post, bostonmaggie! You have good instincts. You are right -- the idea might a good one, if done by the right people and if done in the right way. Kevin Sites is unbearable for me, personally. I will not be following his "Hot Zone" series. -- gunjam

Sat Oct 01, 10:38:00 PM PDT  
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