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In connection with that accidental burning -- -- in Afghanistan.
First two Americans were killed in Afghanistan earlier today apparently.
Over the US troops burning Carranza -- NATO base keep in mind has Carranza had been -- -- reportedly.
And were disposed of in the wake of that they weren't supposed to be burned but we are being told that was an accident by our troops are our president has apologized.
And the murders continue in the wake of this now the United Nations is joining.
The Afghanistan President Hamid Karzai in calling on the US military to take action.
Against the soldiers involved in getting rid of those cross listen -- this got.
Indeed the requests.
-- that it's.
Tough for the first ready importance to profound apology.
There must be the second -- Drawing the consequences.
Often -- investigation.
We'll be complete.
-- and indeed appropriate disciplinary action off to such a discipline Ericsson.
An international military forces will be able to say yes we have sincere.
Joining me on the phone now -- colonel Oliver North who's the host of war stories right here on Fox News.
And KT McFarland is here with me in the studio Fox News national security analyst and host of Fox News dot -- Defcon three.
-- start with you colonel on the phone you're reaction out of UN which couldn't condemn Syria for its massacre of its own people over 8500 people now.
But is very quick apparently -- To call for the United States to prosecute its soldiers for an accident.
But -- this is the secretary general's personal representative to Afghanistan.
This is the same United Nations it's gonna give up pretty -- -- outside.
Get him out of here.
But no prosecutions for the horrendous crimes in -- that they did the same thing with solid down -- yeah.
For the United Nations which is proven -- in effect of this decade.
-- calling for the prosecution disciplinary action against any American out there.
That particularly under these circumstances.
When they're not even calling for the prosecution of the people killed Americans.
Of course the last five -- That's the thing is that this guy -- it was so quick hit to call for us to condemn our own soldiers there was in nowhere in his statement that we -- did he ask for.
Did did did he won an apology from Connie -- site or anybody else for the murder of our troops troops who wound -- having nothing to do with his -- literally trying to secure this country.
Sure -- he agrees that -- -- ideas that the apology from this commander in chief hours.
The apology but he gave to -- -- now claims is prompting them to still feel that way today after two more Americans that.
But I practiced all things prospect.
The United States which by the way he's destroying those records.
From Amy something -- -- accurately stated.
To the moment don't they can use that it was an accident.
-- what accident in that.
The expectation was that those crimes were checked all worked in the -- being asked one person and others in need those potential.
So what we've but -- we don't want those stop.
I I got to Rick is that it was not wise to do the presence of a foreign nationals put that kind of thing happens all the time with documents that might be used pass code.
The people to carry out -- -- back it was a mistake -- with the way it was done that this president.
Apologized and now -- it's calm things down outraged.
-- that the you know is it what is this this is a sign of hubris.
By this UN representative in Afghanistan and he he's so quick to condemn these US soldiers it's that we've been told it's an accident -- investigating an -- maybe we assume too much.
It wouldn't might he be right is that.
Warnings to be done to send a message.
Which try to -- K one when does this statement comes after President Obama apologizes.
Obama should have been on the phone with Karzai saying an investigation.
Into why you after ten years and hundreds of billions of dollars.
And US lives and blood and treasure why you cannot keep your streets -- Why you cannot keep your -- safe why.
People can go into that -- if -- government.
And have a gun in a pistol put it to the back to an American soldiers head and execute him and that that is what's happened that's just what's happening now the resolve of President Obama apologizing.
What's now happened is it's now ramp things -- -- hasn't come things down now everybody's gonna pile on now the United Nations is going to -- -- Why because I think because as a whole pattern.
Apologizing and on banded need to countries which don't respect that they don't fit the business cycle is -- -- who -- this.
Atlantic -- is yet young -- he is the personal representative of the Secretary General of the United States he's in Afghanistan.
Incidentally I want to know who's providing his personal security might guesses it's the United States or its NATO.
So what who is he thankful for that -- -- getting a bullet in the back of his -- Well we'll wait to have our back when we are under fire literally under fire because what this guy young went on to say was.
We eat we at the United Nations we weren't the ones who desecrated the holy Koran we deeply deeply profoundly respect -- -- anyone on to say.
We -- very hurt that the international military allowed the desecration we rejected and condemned this act it doesn't matter that it was a mistake.
Colonel north I mean when you hear that's.
By bite you know the sky was over their supposed to be that you represented the United Nations.
-- into the UN and responsive -- well.
You know once again this is the United Nations that has been inside -- -- that there and what is he is further evidence.
-- the first instinct is that there's Brooke Bennett of the -- -- -- in -- in the being ignored official on the ground out there.
And this is -- -- -- But they -- -- at -- think -- expected that the the United States.
Was -- running around the world now for the last three years apologizing for America.
It's an outrage at what we've got now it went -- -- instead of those were doing but.
Casey general Jack -- was on -- program and he's very well respected at but he said it was the right thing for President Obama to apologize because he said.
We needed to try to acknowledge.
The -- the unusual outrage that this culture has.
When -- on his desecrated by burning -- soldiers.
And and it that it was necessary just to tamp things down.
For this is before all the violence and -- Is there -- made that.
-- nobody needs to do this and the UN should be calling for this just just to a -- to some extent.
He outrage that's taking place over -- perhaps perhaps to save more lives.
Yes and -- I really respect McCain but let me -- We couldn't accomplish that apology at a far lower level -- -- -- but the procedure present that I states on bended need to apologize.
To the Afghans this what does this it's only inflame the situation it's only let -- think people America's a Paper tiger you know if we get mad and angry and go to the streets for America America's going to.
Retreat and apologized I think that we've got to understand the fact we probably.
Militarily we may have won this war but diplomatically and politically we may have lost this war and the tragedy will be -- -- we have to shoot our way out of there.
I mean it's incredible this the statement from from the United Nations -- misrepresented in the United Nations which again essentially the first time around you Syria pass.
When asked for you know endorsement -- regime change their -- thank you thank you colonel north thank you -- we're gonna have more on this -- -- 2 o'clock hour.
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