Upon returning home from running errands yesterday I turned on the TV at the moment when Catherine Herridge, Fox News’ Chief Intelligence Correspondent, was describing the grisly death of Jordan’s fighter pilot Moaz al-Kasasbeh at the hands of ISIS.
Herridge has viewed all of the beheading videos produced by the savages, but her telling of what she saw in this instance was far different—she was noticeably unsettled by the images and the sounds of “primal screams” as Kasasbeh was literally roasted alive.
Until now, the greatest trick the Devil has pulled was convincing the world there was only one of him.
I walked around the house aimlessly. I felt an anger growing inside me that I can scarcely describe. I tried in vain to busy myself with other things, but the rage had overtaken me.
I sat at the computer trying to cobble together my thoughts. They were hateful; they were disturbing and quite frankly, they frightened me. I sifted through hundreds of news reports looking for answers. None could be found.
The World’s Most Dangerous Community Organizer said in an interview with CNN's Fareed Zakaria about why we are not at war with Islamic extremism, "I don't quibble with labels. I think we all recognize that this is a particular problem that has roots in Muslim communities. But I think we do ourselves a disservice in this fight if we are not taking into account the fact that the overwhelming majority of Muslims reject this ideology."
Why the fucking hell is this White House behaving as though it were Islam's public relations consultant? These animals call themselves the Islamic State. The label is right there in the name. Right fucking there. There is no end to this reign of terror, depravity and contempt for human life and we have a chickenshit president.
If the “overwhelming majority of Muslims reject the ideology” of ISIS can someone explain to me why ISIS erected movie screens across Raqqa to play the video of the Jordanian pilot being burned alive over and over again?
Back in October 2014, David Horowitz wrote:
“Obama hated the Iraq War so much that he was willing to betray all the American soldiers who gave their lives to keep Iraq out of the clutches of Iran and safe from the terrorist threat. If Obama had just listened to the advice of his military staff, there would be no ISIS today. Obama’s deliberate, calculated surrender of Iraq (and soon Afghanistan) and failure to stop Syria’s Assad when he crossed Obama’s red line is the greatest and gravest dereliction of duty in the history of the American presidency.”
“And make no mistake, Obama was not alone. For ten years the Democrats have been sabotaging the war on terror, beginning with their disgraceful scorched earth campaign against President Bush and the War in Iraq and continuing with their full-throated cry for the abandonment of Iraq after Bush had won the peace and contained the terrorist threat. Their support for Obama’s appeasement of Iran and Hamas, his support for the Muslim Brotherhood, and his diplomatic assault on Israel, America’s only true ally in the Middle East, is not only a national disgrace but the heart of the crisis that is looming on the international horizon.”
Noah Rothman nails it:
“Sorry to say, but this is not the time for talk of making sure that the terrorists are degraded and ultimately defeated, Mr. President. This is the time to seize the initiative. The world—including those always most prone to stay on the sidelines—is experiencing a moment of outrage and you need to seize on it. Jordan is rushing out captives to hang them in the public square. Even the Japanese are vowing action and revenge. This is the moment and it calls for a stand reminiscent of George H. W. Bush at the dawn of the first Gulf War. Call for a tally of all of our allies and those who waver to declare who is on our side and who is on the side of the monsters. Go back into Iraq and into Syria. I know that you ran two campaigns on the promise that we would not have ‘boots on the ground’ over there, but you will be forgiven in light of world events. And you won’t have to ‘go it alone.’ The nations of the world will send their troops to march, including even some Arab states. The time is now, but the moment will slip away if we let it.”
“Unfortunately, I don’t believe that Barack Obama or his advisers will listen to this advice. The world is ready to go and an army could be led onto the field in Iraq and Syria in numbers which haven’t been seen in a generation. ISIS claims they want a fight with the west. This is the moment when a true leader could show them (and Iran, North Korea and the rest of the world) that you should be careful what you wish for. In this case I hope that Barack Obama proves me wrong and steps up to lead. If he does, I’ll be behind him.”
I say a little thermite and some NP2 strategically delivered via hellfire missiles to those movie screens erected in Raqqa would make one helluva purifying fire.
If we ever capture the ISIS thug who burned a heroic pilot alive, let's pray we don't pour a cup of water on his face. That would be cruel.
— James Woods (@RealJamesWoods) February 4, 2015