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posted on Sep, 3 2014 @ 03:16 PM
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Sitting here on vacation and poking my nose in from time to time to see whats going on in the world. No, I wont bother with the usual networks that twist and give biased one sided points of view, you know the ones, CNN, FOX, BBC, RT, PressTV etc. I get my info from all you lovely peeps.

Whether you believe ISIS is a CIA front or a homegrown group of religious zealots, they need to be dealt with. I recall a line from Pulp Fiction a favorite of mine from a few years back, and I paraphrase.

"It's time to get medieval on their asses!"

Here we have a perfect opportunity to unite a few former adversaries and the end of hostilities between each other of them by bringing pain and vanquishing a common foe. *Hopefully in the most violent and grotesque manner possible* What? Too extreme? Why? Name one redeeming quality ISIS have that would make one consider pulling punches?

Let's see, who does or will eventually have major issues with ISIS?

EVERYBODY

The West, East, Christians, Muslims, Jew and atheists. If someone thinks that they'd get off Scott free from them, they're only fooling themselves. If you aint one of them then you will be in their cross-hairs.

If they are a CIA op, turn the table on them by bringing many warring factions together, if they're a bunch of Religious zealots, then send them to oblivion. I dunno, some here feel that ISIS will gain more recruits if fought by this or that group. If everybody went after these cheese #s they'd have no safe haven.

Hunt them down like the vermin they are.
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posted on Sep, 3 2014 @ 03:18 PM
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Off with their heads!



posted on Sep, 3 2014 @ 03:23 PM
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Well the UK talks a hard line. And they expect the US to deal with ISIS. And so does everyone else. And on, and on.



posted on Sep, 3 2014 @ 03:23 PM
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a reply to: SLAYER69

On sight? Hell even I can't argue with that.
On sight will work for me.




posted on Sep, 3 2014 @ 03:28 PM
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I agree

I would help the locals form ground troops. They know who to shoot.

Then, I would unleash the largest bombing campaign the World has ever seen.



posted on Sep, 3 2014 @ 03:29 PM
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"It's time to get medieval on their snips!"


Only fair since that is what they been doing to the 'infidels'.

I am going to post this again.

Because ?

Is because I don't think the CIA has got jacksnip to do with ISIS.

New Saudi spymaster marks shift in policy

You Can't Understand ISIS If You Don't Know the History of Wahhabism in Saudi Arabia

I say it's way past time to add the House of Saud to the state sponsor's of terrorism.

Right along with Qatar.

That's only fair too instead of doing 'deals' with Assad, and Iran.

And to put some historical context in this thread for those who really do believe the CIA boogieman fairytale.

Because hell we all know the only evil that exists in the world is 'America' and the 'CIA'.

Let's walk down history lane:

The beginnings of the modern problems:



The Soviet war in Afghanistan lasted nine years from December 1979 to February 1989. Part of the Cold War, it was fought between Soviet-led Afghan forces against multi-national insurgent groups called the Mujahideen, mostly composed of two alliances – the Peshawar Seven and the Tehran Eight. T


en.wikipedia.org...



he Islamic Unity of Afghanistan Mujahideen, also known as the Seven Party Mujahideen Alliance or Peshawar Seven, was an Afghan organization formed in May 1985 by the seven Afghan mujahideen parties fighting against the Soviet and Democratic Republic of Afghanistan forces in the Soviet-Afghan War.[1][2][3] The alliance sought to function as a united diplomatic front towards the world opinion, and sought representation in the United Nations and Organisation of the Islamic Conference.[4]


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The Tehran Eight[1] was a political union of Shi'a Afghan Mujahideen mainly of Hazara ethnic group, supported by Iran during the Soviet war in Afghanistan. The Tehran Eight fought against the PDPA government and the supporting Soviet troops. It formed the second largest Mujahedeen force, after the Peshawar Seven (a Sunni alliance supported by Pakistan


en.wikipedia.org...

I want to agree, but I think the solution is to cut the heads off the snakes.

Saudia Arabia, and Iran.

But the west wants to make all 'nicey, nicey' with both of them.

Because..............

Wait for it.

Wait for it.

Wait for it.

Their chickens have come home to roost.



posted on Sep, 3 2014 @ 03:30 PM
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I was reading in Macleans last week that ISIS is in dire straights. Too many enemies(Kurds, Turks, US, Southern Iraq and Syria) on too many sides. We will see soon.



posted on Sep, 3 2014 @ 03:30 PM
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You do not win wars on terrorism by exterminating people. You win wars on terrorism by understand and talking. All the might of the Bristish forces could not win with the IRA. Peace came only after hard talks..



posted on Sep, 3 2014 @ 03:35 PM
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Although I agree, I can't help but notice something. A twist in reality in a way.

Merely a couple years ago there was a much more softer tone in dealing with these terrorists.

A type of humanity that we collectively possessed when thinking of dealing with insurgents "over there"
There were anti-war protests etc.. People disagreeing with fighting those "brave" "freedom fighters" in Iraq.

Then something snapped. With the creation of IS, it essentially killed the filter.
Now the collective is itching to go right back into Iraq and viciously decimate this force, essentially the same force that they were protesting to protect.

Is THAT the work of some psychological gov project?
I mean people love to use that idea for the silly things, why not here?

Turning even the most pacifist anti war people into supporting decimating an enemy (no matter who it is)

That said, the actual idea of IS does need to be stopped, doesn't take a secret gov project to realize that, only to start it



posted on Sep, 3 2014 @ 03:37 PM
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a reply to: SLAYER69

Agreed .. Bring out the roach spray ..



posted on Sep, 3 2014 @ 03:39 PM
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originally posted by: purplemer
a reply to: SLAYER69



You do not win wars on terrorism by exterminating people. You win wars on terrorism by understand and talking. All the might of the Bristish forces could not win with the IRA. Peace came only after hard talks..



True .. but nobody wants to talk to ISIS .. they have to be wiped off this planet .. period ..!



posted on Sep, 3 2014 @ 03:40 PM
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Then something snapped.


Something did happen.

We got a new president. Who threw his hands up in the air,and said 'We give up.'.

But ISIS formerly known as AQ didn't get the memo.

en.wikipedia.org...

First one Names and Name changes.



posted on Sep, 3 2014 @ 03:41 PM
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Normally I'd agree but these losers are making enemies out of just about everybody. If they piss everybody off then who would stand with them?

If anybody does choose to stand with them that's their own stupidity. .


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posted on Sep, 3 2014 @ 03:46 PM
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a reply to: SLAYER69

The only way to win a war against terrorists is to kill all the terrorists.

Negotiating is pointless.
Cease-fires are pointless.
Treaties are pointless.

*boom*



posted on Sep, 3 2014 @ 03:50 PM
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originally posted by: SLAYER69
a reply to: purplemer

Normally I'd agree but these losers are making enemies out of just about everybody. If they piss everybody off then who would stand with them?

If anybody does choose to stand with them that's their own stupidity. .



Saudi Arabia stands with ISIS at least the 'hardliners' do.

Word has it so is Pakistan that who has been buying 'their' oil among others.



So far, the ISIS oil trading has been active with buyers in Jordan, Turkey, Syria and Iran, said Luay al-Khatteeb, a visiting fellow at the Brookings Doha Center and serves as the director of the Iraq Energy Institute.


english.alarabiya.net...



IS has robbed some USD$ 400 million from banks in Mosul but it also controls wells with a production capacity of over 80,000 barrels per day, which is then sold vastly below cost – between USD$ 25 and 60 dollars per barrel according to reports – to buyers that share no part of Islamic State’s medieval and brutal political and social ideas. Oil has become simply too expensive for governments in the region to pass up the opportunity to buy oil at bargain basement prices. Intermediaries arrange for the oil to ‘flow’ from ISIS controlled regions and wells in Iraqi Kurdistan and Syria to Jordan and Turkey. The official Syrian government led by al-Asad has also been accused of buying oil from ISIS – leading some analysts to suggest that al-Asad has cooperated with ISIS. Indeed, the intermediaries, given that the oil producing region in question is in and around Mosul, are none other than Kurds – the very Kurds who have also been the targets of atrocious attacks by IS itself. Kurdish traders in the border regions straddling Iraq, Iran and Syria buy oil from IS and then ship it to Pakistan where it is sold “for less than half its original price,” according to a captured IS fighter. Given, the difficult social and infrastructure reconstruction process in Iraq, many oilfields and refineries in the country remained outside government control. - See more at: investorintel.com... a3Tp3o7.dpuf



posted on Sep, 3 2014 @ 03:52 PM
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Well it might well be Russia that is given the go ahead to strike next, if the recent threats against Putin are true.

Syria may allow Russia to conduct air activities over Syria, whereas they'd be more hesitant to let the Americans do it (due to strained relations).

I have a feeling Israel may also have to deal with ISIS on their doorstep should ISIS choose them over say Jordan or Saudi. Especially now with the revelations that Steven Sotloff had an Israeli citizenship, I can imagine Israel won't hesitate to defend itself.

Iran seem to have wisely chosen to assist the Iraqi government's struggle against ISIS and already have feet on the ground who are providing military and tactical support, so for now it seems Iran has made the wiser choice by assisting in the fight against Isis in Iraq.

Syria are fighting several wars now, but they too have attacked ISIS in various parts with air strikes.

Also ISIS are now trying to bait the UK now with a British hostage (an aid worker called David Cawthorne Haines). Also we have MP's on both sides of Parliament (Tory and Labour) saying that the UK should go on with a strike. Our special forces are presumably already over there already and we've provided aid amd support for some of the refugees in the mountains. The RAF are no doubt on standby.


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posted on Sep, 3 2014 @ 03:54 PM
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a reply to: SLAYER69

In essence? I agree with you.

But...

Here's the problem. When it turns against them, and like 'trep said above, they've too many enemies to win this war, and their enemies are coming from all directions, they'll, like rats, hide in the walls.

We won't, can't get them all. Stop 'em militarily, yes the west can stop them.

In the process, however, we must make sure to not become, in the eyes of the innocents around/in the middle of the conflict, just like them.

It's going to be easier said then done. ...and it will be bloody. Is the West willing to pay the butcher bill?



posted on Sep, 3 2014 @ 04:02 PM
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I have a feeling Israel may also have to deal with ISIS on their doorstep should ISIS choose them over say Jordan or Saudi.


That is a given:

Goals and umbrella organizations


In a letter to Ayman al-Zawahiri in July 2005, al-Zarqawi outlined a four-stage plan to expand the Iraq War, which included expelling US forces from Iraq, establishing an Islamic authority—a caliphate—spreading the conflict to Iraq's secular neighbors, and engaging in the Arab–Israeli conflict.[199] The affiliated groups were linked to regional attacks outside Iraq which were consistent with their stated plan, one example being the 2005 Sharm al-Sheikh bombings in Egypt, which killed 88 people, many of them foreign tourists.


en.wikipedia.org...
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posted on Sep, 3 2014 @ 04:03 PM
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Saudi Arabia?

They will reap what they sew.


Don't get me started.



posted on Sep, 3 2014 @ 04:05 PM
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we should suspend all articles of the Geneva convention/any laws relevant to not carrying out assassinations when dealing with ISIS (sans just lighting up civilians mind you) and kill them all to the last man/woman(are their women in ISIS army?)

if a member of isis is giving a speech have him hit with a smart bomb and broadcast it live free to all tvs of the world to see.

every time one of their convoys/army groups tries to move smash them from the skies and strafe any survivors hell hit them with napalm

if any nation is invaded by their forces put aside all historical/global problems people may have with them and unite to crush them

leave behind salted ammo dumps and supplies for ISIS to steal and then damage their own equipment and sow fear into their minds that they dont even know if their firearms will work when needed or explode

if they are sheltering near watering holes go Russian(look up what they did in Afghanistan) on their butts and poison the water supplies give them the choice of flee or die of dehydration .


any prisoners of ISIS captured should be tortured, executed publicly and left hanging from street lamps and in town squares and be left for the carrion eaters and for towns people to spit upon them

screw maintaining the moral high ground as such things do not matter to these animals ,there are times and places for breaking standard conventions of warfare and this is one of them.

ISIS has no civilians so kill the lot of them wipe them from the face of the earth as an example to the next power hungry madmen who wanna form a caliphate and rule the world what happens to upstarts





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