Quote: Originally Posted by Bar Sinister
I think this quote from the ISIS declaration pretty much says it all:
Abu al-Gharib al-Jazairi (ابو الغريب الجزائري) said, “This is a message to you [France] and to all of your allies, to your Crusader alliance in North Africa, in the Middle East and many other places such as Afghanistan, Mali, Iraq and Greater Syria… we will conquer France… we will conquer Rome and then a Caliphate that follows the Prophet-hood will be established… we will conquer and govern the world by the rule of Allah…”
Quite obviously this is little more that the usual Islamist bombast. I suspect very strongly that a decade or so from now ISIS will be all but forgotten.
i would disagree,i would estimate a decade is needed to address the issues at hand,and the people who engage in such issues.
long term strategies with strong intelligence and leadership is needed,no time for too much nicey nice things in this big problem
when i view the above message,all i can think of is how this person needs a dose of medication,i would hope he is delusional,unfortunately he will attract his message to not so well individuals.
do i believe mental illness is part of the bigger problem,certainly and will mental illness be eradicated within a decade,i would say it is going to become worse,the world is going to continue to witness uncomprehensible atrocities.