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Anti-Idiotarian Rottweiler » Dirka, Dirka, Mohammed, Jihad

If this song doesn’t end up on Billboard’s Top 50, then the terrorists will have already won.

Just think about the bearded heads exploding with indignation at CAIR’s headquarters.

No, it’s not offensive.

It might be offensive if somebody were to sing it at your daughter’s wedding, but those are soldiers unwinding among themselves in a friggin’ war zone. Oh, and if you think that one is offensive, you should’ve heard some of the ones that we used to sing back when dinosaurs roamed the Earth and our best hope, as far as things looked to us, was to be killed quickly by the Soviets. After taking as many of the commie bastards with us as we could, of course.

Does anybody honestly expect soldiers to sit around discussing post-modernist deconstructionism or Dostoyevski when off duty?

If so, would you mind terribly getting the heck back in your fantasy world and leaving the real one alone? Because your prissy ways are beginning to bore the everloving snot out of us, and we tend to get extremely disagreeable when we’re bored.

Do you want to hear some of the jokes that are told in the ER as soon as civilians are safely outside earshot?

No. You don’t. Trust us, you don’t.

No, it wasn’t particularly bright, posting that video on YouTube, but that’s about the only thing “wrong” about this.

We sincerely hope and pray that the Marine Corps’ promised “investigation” is nothing but P.R. blather for the benefit of the whining pussies of the press, because otherwise the terrorists will win.

Thatisall.

UPDATE: LC & IB Charles has another copy of the video up here, with the sound in proper sync.

41 Responses to “Dirka, Dirka, Mohammed, Jihad”
  1. Apollyon Comment by Apollyon UNITED STATES

    :lol:

    Fookin awesome!

  2. Unregistered Comment by MurdockTheCrazy UNITED STATES

    Damn You!!!!!!

    I’ve been in contact with the guy who posted that on YouTube, I just told him to email you two hours ago!!!

    You stole my scoop goddamnit!!!

    Anyway, yes, CAIR is causing all sorts of crap because of this… I’ll say more when I can.

  3. LC Ranger 6 Comment by LC Ranger 6 UNITED STATES

    The real problem is the new media and the fact that civilians do not want to know what the military is doing. The sheep tend to stay away from the sheepdogs. Reason? They’re afraid of them, as it should be. But without the sheepdogs the wolves would tear the sheep apart.

    The military is designed and trained to kill people and break things.

    Period.

    The American military happens to be the best in the world at this, many times over any other.

    They aren’t city cops that are forced to take “sensitivity training” so as not to upset the civilians they are policing.

    I want my front line soldiers mean and hard. To wish for any less is suicide.

  4. kwongdzu Comment by kwongdzu UNITED STATES

    Even if it is genuine, it doesn’t prove a thing. I’m sure all of the Marines are aware of the tarnishing their reputation has taken because of their alleged behavior at Haditha. I’d expect them to react in an in-your-face kind of way about it - especially if they weren’t feeling any guilt because they weren’t covering anything up!

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  6. LC Moriarty Comment by LC Moriarty UNITED STATES

    That’s “Dirka” though

    Mheh.

  7. Darth Bacon Comment by Darth Bacon UNITED STATES

    the poster took the video down. Or YouT00b made him…

  8. Unregistered Comment by LC The Humble Devildog, Imperial Scholar UNITED STATES

    *snork*

    That song is a lot more highbrow and cultured than the ones WE used to sing, when I was about 500 miles south of there and 15 years younger.

    Sorry to burst any bubbles, but, Marines aren’t the most “cultured” individuals in the world. They’re rough men, setting about a rough mission. Why would anyone be surprised when they find rough ways to spend their time?

  9. Unregistered Comment by LC The Humble Devildog, Imperial Scholar UNITED STATES

    I’m sure all of the Marines are aware of the tarnishing their reputation has taken because of their alleged behavior at Haditha.

    “Tarnishing their reputation”? Sorry, but…the Haditha incident, IF the charges are true, only enhances the Marines reputation. We used to collect stories from Iraqi POWs about how mean, nasty, and cruel Marines were. Even the Republican Guardsmen became a bit easier to control, once they noticed the Eagle, Globe, and Anchor on our uniforms.

    Militaries do not gain their reputations by being kindler and gentler. They gain their reputations by killing people and breaking things…even if those killed people and broken things aren’t combatants. NO ONE would even know the name of Attila the Hun if he hadn’t removed several Roman cities off the face of the map. Better yet, name me one famous military that was NOT feared. Just one. Any one. The only way a non-feared military becomes famous is by getting obliterated by a feared enemy. Check it out sometime.

    I’d expect them to react in an in-your-face kind of way about it - especially if they weren’t feeling any guilt because they weren’t covering anything up!

    I’d expect them to react in an in-your-face kind of way about it, because that’s the Marine way. A cover-up, or lack there-of, wouldn’t affect the basic grunts. AT MOST, maybe 50 Marines would be involved in a coverup of any improper activities that may or may not have occured at Haditha. There are currently over 100,000 US servicemen in Iraq. Want to do the math on the odds that THAT Marine is involved in any coverup?

    Anyway, I’d also like to point out that the Marine in the video is *obviously* a “winger”. Sloppy haircut, good singing voice, access to musical instruments, manual dexterity neccessary to play musical instrument, knowledge of how to actually PLAY musical instrument, ability to use multi-syllabic words…yup. He’s a wing-wiper. No way a grunt has all of those qualities in one place.

    You ain’t grunt, you ain’t shit.

    HOO-rah.

  10. Emperor Darth Misha I Comment by Emperor Darth Misha I UNITED STATES

    That song is a lot more highbrow and cultured than the ones WE used to sing, when I was about 500 miles south of there and 15 years younger.

    Sorry to burst any bubbles, but, Marines aren’t the most “cultured” individuals in the world. They’re rough men, setting about a rough mission. Why would anyone be surprised when they find rough ways to spend their time?

    Humble DD! Good to see you!

    And yes, you’re absolutely right. I was thinking of some of the songs that we used to sing in my outfit and wondering how the MSM would react to those if anybody’d ever taped them.

    Their heads would most likely explode with whining indignation.

    Soldiers are soldiers, and we’re best served by letting them be soldiers. It’s pathetic, really. We train people to kill and blow stuff up, expecting them to put their asses on the line doing just that and then the limpwristed metrosexual girlymen of the press are shocked, SHOCKED when they learn that those soldiers aren’t all clones of Ms. Manners.

    As Ranger 6 put it, right in the X ring:

    I want my front line soldiers mean and hard. To wish for any less is suicide.

    Or we could send our opinionated civilian bedwetters out with the first wave to show us how it’s supposed to be done. We’d still have to deal with the war afterwards, but at least it would’ve solved a different problem of our society.

  11. Beth* A. Comment by Beth* A. UNITED STATES

    Plus couldn’t the second wave of real soldiers use them like sandbags to hunker down and shoot from, seeing as how they’d be pretty well wiped out an’ all?
    It’d give ‘em one last chance to add the title, ‘useful idiot’ to their epitaphs.

  12. LC Moriarty Comment by LC Moriarty UNITED STATES

    DD,

    Militaries do not gain their reputations by being kindler and gentler.

    Truer words were never written.

    My wife’s grandfather fought at Tarawa, where the Marines again furthered their reputation as “no better friend, no worse enemy.” If people knew one-tenth of what went on there, they’d never sleep again.

    I haven’t talked to him recently, but I’ll be interested to hear his reaction to a Marine with a guitar, singing some “violent” lyrics.

  13. Unregistered Comment by Quilly Mammoth UNITED STATES

    Actually, the song isn’t but a bit off from the Bard’s classic Romeo and Juliet

    The story of the song, should one care to listen to it and _honestly_ report it, is a classic. Romeo meets Juliet in a fire fight and fall in love at first sight. Juliet drags Romeo to meet her parents. Whereupon the males of the family draw weapons (Ak-47) and open fire. They kill Juliet. Romeo grabs little sister to shield himself. They kill little sister.

    Whereupon Romeo kills the males.

    Add to The Humble Devil Dog’s list of why this guy isn’t a front line Marine…he’s literate.

    Shot out.

  14. Mrs. M Comment by Mrs. M UNITED STATES

    I want my front line soldiers mean and hard. To wish for any less is suicide.

    Damn straight. I don’t want my military turned into a bunch of panty wearing, daisy in their helmet’s, Kumbya singing pussies.

    “People sleep peaceably in their beds at night only because rough men stand ready to do violence on their behalf.”
    George Orwell

  15. Unregistered Comment by LC The Humble Devildog, Imperial Scholar UNITED STATES

    My wife’s grandfather fought at Tarawa, where the Marines again furthered their reputation as “no better friend, no worse enemy.” If people knew one-tenth of what went on there, they’d never sleep again.

    Col. Joseph Alexander, USMC (Ret) has written a book about Tarawa called “Utmost Savagery”…and he gave it that title because those were the words that kept springing to his mind about that battle. 2,000 people were killed, in three days, in an area the size of the Pentagon’s parking lot. When one of the Japanese prisoners was asked “At what point did you realize the battle was lost?”, he responded “When I kept killing the Marines, and they kept coming.”

    To borrow a phrase from the USN Submarine Corps, Tarawa was “a knife fight in a phone booth.” I highly reccomend reading the book. It told the US Marine Corps what kind of fight they were in for in the Pacific, and it let the Japanese Imperial Army know that they had met their match for savagery. Plus, no other amphibious assault, in the entire war, would have succeeded if it wasn’t for the savage assault on Tarawa. That many mistakes were found, and corrected, by the Corps.

    For those of you who aren’t quite familiar with the battle, I’ll just tell you that the Marines had to advance up to 800 yards, from a coral reef, in water sometimes over six feet deep, into the face of enemy emplacements and machine gun fire. All three days, every Marine who landed pretty much had to land that way. And the Marines won.

  16. kwongdzu Comment by kwongdzu UNITED STATES

    the Haditha incident, IF the charges are true, only enhances the Marines reputation.

    You are probably right about this! A reputation can go a long way toward keeping people in line. Still, I don’t think there’s a coverup. And, contrition is the last reaction I would expect!

    Now that you mention it, my second brother was a Marine - he’s pretty tone deaf. So is my husband’s friend Jim, who was also a Marine. I can’t believe there isn’t one of them who isn’t musical though. They have a band, don’t they?

  17. Unregistered Comment by Quilly Mammoth UNITED STATES

    Now that you mention it, my second brother was a Marine - he’s pretty tone deaf. So is my husband’s friend Jim, who was also a Marine.

    That goes a long ways to explaining how Marines call cadence. ;)

  18. MCaN Comment by MCaN UNITED STATES

    I may have to send this link to one of my good friends training up in Pendleton. He deploys in August, so keep him in your prayers, please.

    And he would agree with all the Marine comments, he’s an engineering major as well as I…I get lots of stories about the asininities (sp?) taking place amongst his unit. They’re not exactly the brightest folks out there, I gather ;).

  19. Unregistered Comment by Uchuck the Tuchuck

    According to LGF, the BBC’s coverage condemns the song because it concerns the killing of children. LGF adds the comment that it concerns
    terrorists killing children. As I hear the lyrics they are both wrong. Unless Marine in the song was a pedophile, I can’t see any reason he’d be hitting on a child and following her home to meet the folks. The “Hadji Girl” in this song is not a child.

  20. kwongdzu Comment by kwongdzu UNITED STATES

    Good piece at townhall by Jeff Emanuel:

    http://www.townhall.com/opinion/columns/JeffEmanuel/2006/06/14/201098.html

  21. Unregistered Comment by Roger Glass UNITED STATES

    Sir William*, he
    Snug as a flea
    Lay tucked in bed a’snoring
    So in I crept
    While William slept
    And rogered Mrs. Loring*

    Yankee Doodle, keep it up
    Keep the lobsters running
    Let those bastard redcoats know
    That Yankee Doodle’s coming

    I dance the girls aroundabout
    And ply them with my brandy
    I walk them out
    And trip them up
    And then I’m very handy

    Yankee Doodle…

    *William Howe was one of the British commanders during the American Revolution. Mrs. Elizabeth Loring was his mistress.

  22. Unregistered Comment by Roger Glass UNITED STATES

    Old William married Jenny Weaver
    Jenny was a gay deceiver

    Run away! Run away! Run away!

    From Dixieland!

    (We never got to sing these versions in grade school.)

  23. DJM Comment by DJM UNITED STATES

    Quite a funny song if you hear all the verses in context. Not near as despicable as the MSM would like you to believe.

    The lyrics (Hat Tip rayra at LGF)
    Hadji Girl

    I was out in the sands of Iraq
    And we were under attack
    And I, well, I didn’t know where to go.

    And the first thing I could see was
    Everybody’s 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 sight.

    And she said…
    Durka Durka Mohammed Jihad
    Sherpa Sherpa Bak Allah
    Hadji girl I can’t understand what you’re saying.

    And she said…
    Durka Durka Mohammed Jihad
    Sherpa Sherpa Bak Allah
    Hadji girl I love you anyway.

    Then she said that she wanted me to see.
    She wanted me to meet her family
    But I, well, I couldn’t figure out how to say no.

    Cause I don’t speak Arabic.

    So, she took me down an old dirt trail.
    And she pulled up to a side shanty
    And she threw open the door and I hit the floor.

    Cause her brother and her father shouted…
    Durka Durka Mohammed Jihad
    Sherpa Sherpa Bak Allah
    They pulled out their AKs so I could see

    And they said…
    Durka Durka Mohammed Jihad
    Sherpa Sherpa Bak Allah
    So I grabbed her little sister and pulled her in front of me.

    As the bullets began to fly
    The blood sprayed from between her eyes
    And then I laughed maniacally

    Then I hid behind the TV
    And I locked and loaded my M-16
    And I blew those little fuckers to eternity.

    And I said…
    Durka Durka Mohammed Jihad
    Sherpa Sherpa Bak Allah
    They should have known they were fucking with a Marine.

  24. DJM Comment by DJM UNITED STATES

    One edit to the lyrics - the line “Cause her brother and her father shouted…” should be:

    Cause her brother and her father shot her…

    Makes much more sense. :)

  25. Unregistered Trackback by Stop The ACLU

    CAIR Goes After Marine For ‘Insensitive’ Song, “Hadji Girl”…

    Via Reuters:
    On the video, titled “hadji girl,” a man dressed in an olive-colored T-shirt and long pants sings into a microphone in what seems to be a large room with numerous unseen spectators, with the obscenity-laced lyrics describi…

  26. Unregistered Pingback by Expose the Left » CAIR Goes After Marine For ‘Insensitive’ Song, “Hadji Girl” UNITED STATES

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  27. Unregistered Trackback by Texas Rainmaker UNITED STATES

    Hadji Girl…

    A video has surfaced on the Internet showing what looks like a U.S. soldier singing a song to an unseen audience about an insurgent attack and the bloody aftermatch. CAIR (Council on American Islamic Relations), a group that allegedly was founded by H…

  28. Unregistered Trackback by Blogs of War UNITED STATES

    Video: Cpl. Joshua Belile - Hadji Girl…

    This video has quite a few people upset or at least has given them a reason to claim that they’re upset:
    Lt. Col. Scott Fazekas, a spokesman for the Marines, said Tuesday that the Marines were aware of a video posted on the Internet that &#822…

  29. Mike Zeares Comment by Mike Zeares UNITED STATES

    Years ago there was a big stink when some civilians overheard some Marines singing a song about killing a little bird. It had to have been this song, which we also sang in the Army:

    A yellow bird
    With a yellow bill
    Was perched upon
    My window sill.
    I lured him in
    With crumbs of bread
    And then I smashed
    His fucking head.

    It was our favorite song.

    ABBA, of all bands, put it well in their 1981 song “Soldiers:”

    “Soldier write the songs and soldiers sing the songs
    That you and I don’t sing.”

    (the song is a warning that Sweden’s neutrality wouldn’t save them if war broke out between NATO and the Warsaw Pact. This kind of thing was a bit unexpected from a band who previously wrote songs like “Bang-a-Boomerang” and “Dum Dum Diddle”)

  30. Unregistered Comment by Clarion

    A yellow bird
    With a yellow bill
    Was perched upon
    My window sill.
    I lured him in
    With crumbs of bread
    And then I smashed
    His fucking head.

    That sounds like an old version of a sailor’s shanty, and I damn well guarantee you that Miss Manners would not approve of most of those.

  31. Mrs. M Comment by Mrs. M UNITED STATES

    *William Howe was one of the British commanders during the American Revolution. Mrs. Elizabeth Loring was his mistress.

    And as I recall she was very instrumental in the Battle of Trenton. She kept Howe so “amused” that he decided to stay near her instead of going to confront Washington with his 20 some odd thousand troops. This allowed Washington the opportunity to cross the Deleware with his 2 thousand troops and smash the Hessians at Trenton. Which became our first victory in the Revolutionary War.
    We owe some thanks to Mrs. Loring.

  32. LC Moriarty Comment by LC Moriarty UNITED STATES

    Col. Joseph Alexander, USMC (Ret) has written a book about Tarawa called “Utmost Savagery”…and he gave it that title because those were the words that kept springing to his mind about that battle.

    Grandpa Mike “loaned” me his copy. He couldn’t finish it. He started to smell burned bodies while reading it.

    Enough said.

  33. Unregistered Trackback by All Things Beautiful

    Hadji Anger Management - Comical Stress Relief…

    Cpl. Joshua Belile and his team have experienced mind-blowing horrors, first hand; blood and gore splattered foes and friends. Are we really standing by as this harmless incident is blown out of all proportion and the hypocritical Islamofascists are mo…

  34. Unregistered Trackback by Woman Honor Thyself

    No More ParodY for the MarineS…

    An amateur music video ..done by an alleged Marine:
    Controversy booms!

    ……

  35. 3FgBurner Comment by 3FgBurner UNITED STATES

    Okay. Time to see if I can learn the tune and lyrics by this weekend. I think Saturday evening at CeltFest would be perfect.

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  37. Emperor Darth Misha I Comment by Emperor Darth Misha I UNITED STATES

    (the song is a warning that Sweden’s neutrality wouldn’t save them if war broke out between NATO and the Warsaw Pact. This kind of thing was a bit unexpected from a band who previously wrote songs like “Bang-a-Boomerang” and “Dum Dum Diddle”)

    Ah yes, “Visitors”. Pretty much everything on that album (their last) was unexpected, with a couple of exceptions. Unexpected in a very pleasantly surprising way. They’d diddled with serious issues before, but this one had them in spades. Add to that the fact that they’d really grown up as a band at this point and therefore produced, in my opinion, their most polished, artistic album ever.

    And then they just fell apart, which came as a surprise to everybody, including themselves. Pity.

  38. Unregistered Comment by LaVache UNITED STATES

    The singer really nails the Jihadi’s mindset by showing that the television afforded better cover for our hero than li’l Sis.

    Of course this will be ignored in favor of the “all Bush’s fault, Marines are baby killers” meme.

    A split-second improvisation by one of ours is worse than the common practice of kids as shields and targets by them.

    I do hope the Corps is just playing PR with this “investigation” and they give the lyricist a suitable punishment, such as two week’s suspension from duty

    —in Thailand

  39. Unregistered Trackback by Theodore's World UNITED STATES

    My New Favorite Song “Hadji Girl” !…

    Hey screw you CAIR! Why don’t you go after the beheading loving Muslims, the IED infested, hiding behind women and children coward Muslims. The lying, want to kill us all Muslims? HUH? There is NO way I would let CAIR Islam freaks rule this country. A…

  40. 1oldleg Comment by 1oldleg

    When last we went into Iraq with violent intent, the indigenous population knew that when the Army stopped shooting, it was safe to come out. The soldiers would soon be passing out candy and band-aids. However… They also knew to stay in hiding when the Marines stopped shooting, because the Marines were only reloading, and more than willing to kill anyone who popped out of hiding. Personally, I don’t think we taught the proper lesson to those who would do us harm. Extraordinary violence, the kind that flat takes your breath away, should have been shown to those who oppose us.

  41. 1oldleg Comment by 1oldleg UNITED STATES

    That said, the GI has had a long and rich history of writing and singing songs as a morale booster. I would dare say that there is a direct correlation between the level of morale and the nastiness of the song. I’d give Durka Durka a 5 out of 10 rating. About halfway up the “Fuck all y’all, I’m gonna start killin for fun” scale.