This transcript is automatically generated
So you think about the -- -- warnings -- a proposed new handbook for Americans serving in Afghanistan.
The proposed guidelines -- US troops not to criticize -- Taliban or pedophilia.
And not to advocates for women's rights now what kinds of rules -- those what kind of message if implemented.
Do these grooves sent to our troops might -- Sally is the first American female combat pilot and she took on the Defense Department to fight for women's rights and at least she joins -- nice to see you thanks Brad May first so what is it what there army manuals what is this -- Emanuel and our.
-- that comes out of the S and her for lessons learned that's used for the troops that are getting ready again you know train and deploy in order Afghanistan it is proposes finally yet.
But this is actually ridiculous how many levels -- is many tickets used part of its release from what I want Archos has many of the confrontations -- that means with the the Afghanistan afghanis I found is because of coalition that's just ignorance.
Or our lack of empathy for Muslims and -- lack of empathy for Afghan cultural norms.
Resulting in violent reactions from the Afghan security towards us right and they're talking about these.
Green on blue attacks that are happening where and Afghan national security forces are now turning on our troops and killing them and their.
I mean they're not connecting like somehow it's our troops behavior.
By being insensitive to them of these issues it is bringing about their own murders I mean this is again this is wrong on many levels but let's talk about freedom.
The first is this is blaming the victim.
Instead of the act of terror -- the act of murder and this is like telling rape victim you know her -- skirt was too short so.
I mean that is just absolutely wrong the second level it's a misunderstanding in this analysis of the complexity of these green I'm blue killings and and how we need to be -- communication happened.
You know and thirdly we were once again compromising our values as Americans.
And putting a -- cultural sensitivity on our troops.
Confusing the issue and making our troops now what did don't advocate for women's rights don't.
You know don't criticizes how Obama I mean -- -- Hey this is horrible things to women is supposed to stand by as -- did these horrible things to women was close to say that's OK -- if that's an appropriate as CNN try to get -- and yeah I -- have other words they.
That we've -- -- in my career in many different times -- -- is a little bit of cultural innocent series is dangerous.
And it -- -- strategic blunders like this have some cultural sensitivity to us like cultural -- -- the idea that we respect that we were you may have women's right here this country -- look cultural sense of chaos and the whole no idea billing partner capacity in and our forces is not just a train them to be an example to them of what we are alike are professionals and our values and you've got a problem with sexual harassment -- on the military in a leadership.
Trying to figure out what's the matter well when you're coming -- -- manual that says don't advocate for women's right continue to play in Afghanistan it doesn't take a rocket scientist to figure out.
It's those kind of statements that are adding our problem even in the US -- here's one might -- favorites -- -- -- says that -- there should be no public criticism of pedophilia.
I mean how hot -- right -- I didn't write that down some of that that I who -- evident how does that make that up the chain of command they're in the final coordination of this thing and I really hope.
But major general John Allen no who heads Afghan romance -- forces over there heat he has rejected the man out he says it's a lousy idea.
Well that's good to hear that -- doing that obviously but this is now an arm an army that needs to actually make our decision to stop this it's it just needs to be.
-- -- -- I see a -- again.