posted on Aug, 7 2014 @ 03:39 PM
With the recent moves against Yazidis, Chaldeans (Christians) and Kurds, I am wondering how much longer the world can ignore what ISIS is doing? ISIS
executed 1,500 Iraqi POW's and the world has seemingly ignored that. They have about 40,000 Yazidis trapped on mountains and have forced almost
200,000 Chaldeans to flee their homes. Now they are making inroads against the Kurds even. It has the potential for a huge disaster to happen.
My question for ATS is when is enough, enough? Will ISIS have to execute a whole major town before the world collectively acts?
I am surprised by the lack of any offensive against ISIS by either Syria, Iraq or the Kurds. ISIS isn't a major military power. They have little to
no armor and artillery, no Air Force and no means of weapons production or resupply. They should be able to be easily routed from controlling areas
and turned back into the guerrilla force they are by any halfway competent military. It's almost as if TPTB WANT ISIS to be a bigger "boogie man"
than they actually are.
What is the Arab League's stance on ISIS?