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ISIS BURIED PEOPLE ALIVE, scattered mass graves in and around Sinjar

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posted on Aug, 10 2014 @ 07:33 AM
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Iraq's human rights minister Mohammed Shia' Al Sudani told reuters today about situation in Iraq. He told that ISIS has buried people alive also children. This makes my stomach turns.
What is wrong with these people ? Are they so delusional that war crimes like this would be forgiven, they didn´t forgive Hitler and Nazis why would they forgive ISIS.

"We have striking evidence obtained from Yazidis fleeing Sinjar and some who escaped death, and also crime scene images that show indisputably that the gangs of the Islamic States have executed at least 500 Yazidis after seizing Sinjar," Sudani said in a telephone interview, in his first remarks to the media on the issue.



A deadline passed at midday on Sunday for 300 Yazidi families to convert to Islam or face death at the hands of the militants. It was not immediately clear whether the Iraqi minister was talking about the fate of those families or others in the conflict. "Some of the victims, including women and children were buried alive in scattered mass graves in and around Sinjar," Sudani said.

REUTERS

This gang needs to be stopped, what has been done now is just not enough. US small airstrikes are worthless, while US was able to take down 20 ISIS members, ISIS takes hundreds of innocent lives...
And all this while POTUS is golfing...

JMHO this issue is not getting enough attention from TPTB.



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posted on Aug, 10 2014 @ 07:40 AM
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They have beheaded children, crucified their enemies, impaled the severed heads of their victims on stakes in public places, and more, all in the name of God.

But of course, it isn't our problem or they are funded by the U.S or whatever other insane excuse is offered up in their defence, so we shouldn't do anything about it (that's sarcasm btw).

They can't even be called animals, as animals are at the very least consistent with nature. They are an abomination, and a blight on the earth.



posted on Aug, 10 2014 @ 07:56 AM
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originally posted by: DeadSeraph
They have beheaded children, crucified their enemies, impaled the severed heads of their victims on stakes in public places, and more, all in the name of God.

But of course, it isn't our problem or they are funded by the U.S or whatever other insane excuse is offered up in their defence, so we shouldn't do anything about it (that's sarcasm btw).

They can't even be called animals, as animals are at the very least consistent with nature. They are an abomination, and a blight on the earth.


Yes, and when we all leave Afghanistan it will go this way too I think.



posted on Aug, 10 2014 @ 07:59 AM
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Are we sufficiently scared yet boys and girls? Is ISIS scarier than Al Queda?

Are we ready for a new 911? Buckle up....



posted on Aug, 10 2014 @ 08:09 AM
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isis had an green light from the west to stop assad in syria..
why would the west stop there own creation??

as long only islamitic humans are massacrad ..there free to go

remember sebrenica ...gaza ect ect....
we all let it happen sad as it is...



posted on Aug, 10 2014 @ 08:10 AM
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a reply to: Rosinitiate

The beating of the "It's all the Evil West/Al CIAduh/Zionist" drum is getting a bit tired now. It's highly arrogant to assume that the US/West is that powerful, we influence and control everything that is claimed.

You know, it might just be these IS monsters are, in fact, operating under their own guidance or that someone else, other than the same "US imperialists" we here all the time, is pulling their strings. After all, it is known that the extremists Jihadi's in Syria, where ISIS found it's strength, have received ample funding from individuals within Saudi Arabia and Qatar.



posted on Aug, 10 2014 @ 08:14 AM
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originally posted by: Rosinitiate
Are we sufficiently scared yet boys and girls? Is ISIS scarier than Al Queda?

Are we ready for a new 911? Buckle up....


That's great but how does it change what they are alleged to be doing?

Wait let me guess, you are one of the ATS crowd that refuses to believe evil and violence exists in the world unless it can be blamed on silly alphabet acronym groups.



posted on Aug, 10 2014 @ 08:17 AM
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originally posted by: stumason
a reply to: Rosinitiate

You know, it might just be these IS monsters are, in fact, operating under their own guidance or that someone else, other than the same "US imperialists" we here all the time, is pulling their strings.


About as likely as Saddam having nuclear weapons.



After all, it is known that the extremists Jihadi's in Syria, where ISIS found it's strength, have received ample funding from individuals within Saudi Arabia and Qatar.


Well that's kind of the point isn't it? There are also plenty of connections to Saudi Arabia and 911. This play involves more than one actor any many scenes in several theaters.



posted on Aug, 10 2014 @ 08:19 AM
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originally posted by: opethPA

originally posted by: Rosinitiate
Are we sufficiently scared yet boys and girls? Is ISIS scarier than Al Queda?

Are we ready for a new 911? Buckle up....


That's great but how does it change what they are alleged to be doing?

Wait let me guess, you are one of the ATS crowd that refuses to believe evil and violence exists in the world unless it can be blamed on silly alphabet acronym groups.


Let me guess, you're prone to making assumptions. My position is and has been clear.

Yes ISIS is evil and yes they must be stopped but playing into the trap of the elite bankers planning this is stupid and counter intuitive. Believe what you want, the machines of war are turning regardless of what I write or what you believe.
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posted on Aug, 10 2014 @ 08:22 AM
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a reply to: Rosinitiate

Just curious...

In your world, what was the solution to Hitler? Just follow the money, connect the dots, and let him do his thing? Would you have volunteered or even offered your support?

When he was slaughtering people in the street would you have been crying about the treaty of versailles?

"All that is necessary for the triumph of evil is that good men do nothing."



posted on Aug, 10 2014 @ 08:22 AM
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originally posted by: Rosinitiate
About as likely as Saddam having nuclear weapons.


Quite - I hated that was the reason we invaded - we should have just been honest and said it was to out Saddam. The decision to invade Iraq has hobbled our (the UK) Foreign policy for years to come.


originally posted by: Rosinitiate
Well that's kind of the point isn't it? There are also plenty of connections to Saudi Arabia and 911. This play involves more than one actor any many scenes in several theaters.


Indeed - it's all geo-politics and it seems the Saudi/Qatari decision to back the Islamist elements in the Syria Civil War has come back to bite. However, there is a penchant on ATS to blame literally everything on "the West", without consideration to all the other actors on the stage.



posted on Aug, 10 2014 @ 08:32 AM
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a reply to: Rosinitiate

And for you it's all neatly academic until it parks itself on your doorstep and demands your head.

But by then the problem will be so big that there may be no one left to fight for you.

So, how do we solve this problem? ISIS is an abomination that kills indiscriminately. Better to stop it than let it grow until you see it will come to kill you, too.



posted on Aug, 10 2014 @ 08:40 AM
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First they should take away the citizenship of those people who join ISIS terrosrist from other countries. Those are terrorist they do no deserve any citizenship. As long they have citizenships they can return and spread terrorism around the globe inside other countries and court more terrosrists to join them.
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posted on Aug, 10 2014 @ 08:41 AM
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originally posted by: stumason

originally posted by: Rosinitiate
About as likely as Saddam having nuclear weapons.


Quite - I hated that was the reason we invaded - we should have just been honest and said it was to out Saddam. The decision to invade Iraq has hobbled our (the UK) Foreign policy for years to come.


originally posted by: Rosinitiate
Well that's kind of the point isn't it? There are also plenty of connections to Saudi Arabia and 911. This play involves more than one actor any many scenes in several theaters.


Indeed - it's all geo-politics and it seems the Saudi/Qatari decision to back the Islamist elements in the Syria Civil War has come back to bite. However, there is a penchant on ATS to blame literally everything on "the West", without consideration to all the other actors on the stage.


The issue is ISIS was manufactured for the sole purpose of the citizenry of the world to unite against them. As you know as you have alluded to it, there is much to gain by certain ME powers that also happen to play nicely with the west. This isn't coincidence and if we just fall inline to the "crisis" construct then it is us who will lose in the long run.

I don't believe for a second that ISIS just "got out of control" neither, they are doing exactly what they were meant to be doing and ginning up the opposition as planned.

I am not advocating we just turn our backs, the world needs to investigate and get to the truth and hold those responsible for manufacturing this crisis. Of course as history has shown this won't be the case.
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posted on Aug, 10 2014 @ 08:43 AM
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I think what actually scares me more is the fact every post here has come from a respected member of this community and the consensus frightens me. Here we go again.



posted on Aug, 10 2014 @ 08:43 AM
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These monsters are going to change my mind, I still support full air power support of the Iraq govt and the Kurds... but I would not be against letting select units if they volunteer to go head hunting in that area. As well as pull out any survivors that they can safely.



posted on Aug, 10 2014 @ 08:45 AM
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a reply to: ketsuko

So, how do we solve this problem? ISIS is an abomination that kills indiscriminately. Better to stop it than let it grow until you see it will come to kill you, too.


Remember the old adage: What doesn't kill you, makes you stronger.

We didn't kill it. Now it's becoming stronger.

I saw a frightening video today out of Vice (IIRC). They were showing how these guys (the people who practice a religion of peace) were brainwashing their own kids into a culture of hate. What surprised me, was that while America was named ... Europe was named first.



posted on Aug, 10 2014 @ 08:46 AM
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a reply to: Rosinitiate

Has it ever occurred to you that you might be doing exactly what you are intended to be doing? Is it not just a bit weird that ISIS was allowed to operate unchecked for so long? Or that the mainstream media has largely been silent on their activities? Is it not just a little bit strange that they were practically gifted U.S equipment they took from Iraqi forces while Obama literally stood by and did nothing?

You claim it is all by design, but by who's? How is it you are so confident you are on the right side when it would seem the international community also sides with you at the moment? Certainly NATO hasn't become involved (when they were gung ho in Libya) and the U.N hasn't even batted an eyelash...

Could it be you who is towing the party line?



posted on Aug, 10 2014 @ 08:47 AM
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originally posted by: Rosinitiate
The issue is ISIS was manufactured for the sole purpose of the citizenry of the world to unite against them.


That makes zero sense from a strategic standpoint - what purpose does that serve?


originally posted by: Rosinitiate
As you know as alluded to, there is much to gain by certain ME powers that also happen to play nicely with the west. This isn't coincidence and if we just fall inline to the "crisis" construct then it is us who will lose in the long run.

I don't believe for a second that ISIS just "got out of control" neither, they are doing exactly what they were meant to be doing and ginning up the opposition as planned


Granted, sometimes Western and ME idea's coincide, but I fail to see how creating a Sunni monster serves anybody. It served the Saudi's and Qatar while they were fighting the Shia/Alawite alliance of Assad/Hezbollah and (indirectly) Iran, as there is a regional power struggle going on. But ISIS is now on the verge of triggering a big Sunni/Shia deathmatch will could threaten the stability of the very nations who propped it up.


originally posted by: Rosinitiate
I am not advocating we just turn our backs, the world needs to investigate and get to the truth and hold those responsible for manufacturing this crisis. Of course as history has shown this won't be the case.


And while the world "investigates" the money trail, what happens on the ground? We should obliterate these animals where they are before they really get their teeth into some power.



posted on Aug, 10 2014 @ 08:52 AM
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originally posted by: DeadSeraph
Has it ever occurred to you that you might be doing exactly what you are intended to be doing? Is it not just a bit weird that ISIS was allowed to operate unchecked for so long? Or that the mainstream media has largely been silent on their activities? Is it not just a little bit strange that they were practically gifted U.S equipment they took from Iraqi forces while Obama literally stood by and did nothing?


I don't believe for one moment that ISIS was "allowed to operate unchecked" nor that "the mainstream media has largely been silent on their activities" - perhaps in the US but that is hardly surprising - there have been many articles and video's from European news outlets going back to 2012 on the activities of ISIS. Being unaware of such coverage doesn't mean such coverage doesn't exist.

Not to mention they were considered a spent force after their previous incarnation of Al Qaeda in Iraq was defeated with the Sunni Awakening and the US surge - they went underground for a few years, popping up for the occasional kidnapping or car bombing, until Syria gave them fertile ground to re-invent themselves.






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