Something has to be up, when you have an arsenal like this how does anyone get past you?
I would think that with that kind of fire power that less than 200 of our military veterans would be able to stop a pretty sizable ISIS attack
.....so why can't they hold their own ground with all the best stuff that we give them? It does seem that our government knows where all this
stuff is going to to end up.
a reply to: game over man
Do you mean these guys in the vid? But hey look on the bright side, you all payed to go in there to the tune of billions, but at least they sold all
those Humvee and other hardware to the so called Iraqi army which got lost to them ISIS fellows. What was it to the tune of 579 million your link
said. So look on the bright side, somebody came out on top of that deal, and it was not the citizens or the Iraqi army, but hey, at least one guy
probably picked up how to do jumping jacks right in all those years we were there most likely, so that's a bonus you all get.
But no dude, its all like one big giant coincidence that things just seem to be happening like they are, well almost like stacked dominoes. But you
want to know whats a even more scary thought? None of our leaders or think tanks or people there who were raking in the dough, thought this would
happen. So take your pick, either its all planed. Or they are all so incompetent that they may as well have planed it. Either way the arms market is
far from a dead end street ya know for all parties involved.
It's funny because i was randomly thinking about this yesterday.
Since the general consensus is that ISIS came about naturally ( meaning not U.S.-exaggerated like Al-Qaeda ), the entire U.S. military institution
must've been popping champagne and giving each other garorade showers when ISIS gains notoriety.
It's like free advertising to justify the long-overstayed American military occupation in the middle east.
So in other words, yes I agree that the U.S. aiding ISIS with supplies and support is entirely plausible. In fact, it would fit the historical model
of U.S. foreign affair behavior PERFECTLY.
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