Isis

View Poll Results: Can we combine all the ISIS threads please.
Yes 14 46.67%
Why of course 5 16.67%
Yep 3 10.00%
Well I mean really, yes 8 26.67%
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Zipperfish
+2
#121
Quote: Originally Posted by Colpy View Post

How many Jews do you think there are on earth, you psychotic idiot??

LESS than 14 million.

There are 1.6 BILLION Muslims, 110 Muslims for every Jew.

Now, what have Jews brought to mankind that is good???

Despite making up less than 0.2% of the world's population, that is one out of every 500 people is Jewish, Jews have won 31% of the Nobel Prizes awarded in medicine. Undoubtedly, you or someone close to you is alive because of a Jew.

Also, Jews have won many other Nobel Prizes..............36% of Economic Nobel Prizes, 27% of those awarded in Physics, 20% of those awarded in Chemistry.

Muslims created the numeric system we use, and made huge advances in the knowledge of astronomy. A thousand years ago.

What have they done for us in the last 500 years??

Not much.

So STUFF your psychotic Rothschild obsession.

Yeah but they also gave the world Adam Sandler, which makes up for all the nobel prizes.
 
Colpy
#122
Quote: Originally Posted by Zipperfish View Post

Yeah but they also gave the world Adam Sandler, which makes up for all the nobel prizes.

Point.

I can't stand Adam Sandler.
 
Tecumsehsbones
+1
#123
Quote: Originally Posted by Colpy View Post

Point.

I can't stand Adam Sandler.

Well, that just PROVES you SUPPORT THE HOLOCAUST! NAZI! NAZEEEEEEE!!!!!
 
MHz
#124
Is Colpy the Zohan? I though Sandler was, is there more than one now?
 
Locutus
#125
 
gopher
+1
#126
Even Iraqis don't want Arab states to bomb ISIS:


Iraqi President: No Need for Arab Nations to Strike ISIS -- News from Antiwar.com




Iraq Not Happy With US Coalition Partnership


by Jason Ditz, September 14, 2014



The Obama Administration’s efforts to cobble together a coalition of nations for the new war on ISIS has netted a handful of Sunni Arab nations willing to conduct airstrikes inside Iraq, including Saudi Arabia, the United Arab Emirates, and by some accounts Egypt.

The big problem is that no one asked the Iraqis if they were okay with this, and President Fuad Massoum today made clear that the Iraqi government considers such nations “unnecessary,” which is a polite way of saying extremely unwelcome.

It’s not hard to imagine why, as the Shi’ite dominated Iraqi government, allied with Iran, is not on the best of terms with the Sunni Arab world, and having those nations’ warplanes looming overhead is going to be problematic for Shi’ite leaders.

President Massoum is a Kurd, however, so it is rather surprising that he would be the one vocalizing government disquiet about the US moves to include such nations in the strikes, without consulting the Iraqi government.

Massoum’s comments came in an exclusive interview with the Associated Press, in which he also expressed “regret” that the US was not allowing Iran, the primary nation currently involved in the fight against ISIS in Iraq, to even attend the coalition meeting in Paris.

France had similarly said they wanted to invite Iran to the coalition meeting, though the US insisted it was “not appropriate” to include them. It was seen at the time as a concession to the Sunni Arab nations which the US has been so desperate to include, but seems to be putting the coalition on a rather sectarian-looking footing to the Iraqis, and an unwelcome one at that.

Ever since putting itself on the path to a new war in Iraq, the US has been eager to put on the show of a broad “coalition,” even if it meant many of those coalition members weren’t doing anything. Keeping the Iraqi government more or less on board seems to have fallen by the wayside in favor of getting more members, which is making the US intervention far less comfortable for all involved.





The only ones who want any USA or other bombing to take place are the arm chair warriors in this forum. That's because they have the luxury of watching the proceedings from their sofas while counting their war profits from the stocks they own in the military industrial complex.
 
MHz
#127
ISIS, whatever will they do next, complete with British accents. lol
bugs bunny Space Modulator - Boehner before DEFAULT.flv - YouTube

http://investmentwatchblog.com/isis-...-need-to-know/

http://www.veteranstoday.com/2014/08...leader-mossad/
 
Tecumsehsbones
#128
More airstrikes against ISIS. The coalition is building. Not that you'll hear any of our right-wingers talk about it.
 
gopher
+1
#129
Quote: Originally Posted by Tecumsehsbones View Post

More airstrikes against ISIS. The coalition is building. Not that you'll hear any of our right-wingers talk about it.



FBI: US Airstrikes Increasing Support for ISIS -- News from Antiwar.com



FBI: US Airstrikes Increasing Support for ISIS
Group Using US Attacks to Boost Recruitment


by Jason Ditz, September 17, 2014



US airstrikes against ISIS in Iraq, far from “degrading” the organization, are actually giving ISIS a huge shot in the arm, according to FBI Director James Comey, who testified today before Congress.

ISIS “growing online support intensified following the commencement of US airstrikes in Iraq,” Comey confirmed, saying the group was likely to try to pick up its efforts to take more US hostages going forward to get more publicity.

The US operation seems to be playing directly into ISIS’ hands in many ways, with President Obama’s high-profile speech last Wednesday, promising to escalate the war on ISIS into neighboring Syria, paying off for ISIS in recruitment as well.

According to rebel mouthpiece the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights, ISIS secured at least 162 new recruits in Aleppo Province alone in the days following President Obama’s speech, a sign people are more interested in the group now that it is in a war against the US.

The FBI warned that Western fighters returning to Syria after fighting with ISIS remain a “top” security threat, though at the same time they have no real way of tracking what people do once they enter Syria, so there’s a lot of guesswork on who actually fought for ISIS.






Violence begets more violence.
 
MHz
#130
Why do the Russians sound so logical and truthful and the West so full of ****?
Russia’s UN Ambassador Shuts Down FOX News War Propoganda Against Syria | InvestmentWatch
 
tay
#131
France is ditching the ‘Islamic State’ name — and replacing it with a label the group hates






“This is a terrorist group and not a state," Foreign Minister Laurent Fabius told reporters last week, according to France 24 . "I do not recommend using the term Islamic State because it blurs the lines between Islam, Muslims and Islamists.


The Arabs call it ‘Daesh’ and I will be calling them the ‘Daesh cutthroats.’




The Washington Post uses DAIISH, but DAASH, DAIISH and DAISH are also used.


However it's spelled, there's another big factor: The group is reported to hate the moniker.


The AP recently reported that the group were threatening to cut cut out the tongues of anyone who used the phrase publicly , and AFP have noted that the term "Daeshi" has been used a derogatory term in some parts of the Middle East. Some analysts have suggested that the dislike of the term comes from its similarity to another Arabic word, Das.


That word means to trample down or crush.








France is ditching the ‘Islamic State’ name — and replacing it with a label the group hates - The Washington Post
 
Tecumsehsbones
+1
#132
Quote: Originally Posted by tay View Post

France is ditching the ‘Islamic State’ name — and replacing it with a label the group hates


The Washington Post uses DAIISH, but DAASH, DAIISH and DAISH are also used.

How bout "DOUCHE?"
 
DaSleeper
#133
Quote: Originally Posted by tay View Post


The AP recently reported that the group were threatening to cut cut out the tongues of anyone who used the phrase publicly , and AFP have noted that the term "Daeshi" has been used a derogatory term in some parts of the Middle East. Some analysts have suggested that the dislike of the term comes from its similarity to another Arabic word, Das.


That word means to trample down or crush.








France is ditching the ‘Islamic State’ name — and replacing it with a label the group hates - The Washington Post


Actually it's Daas
 
MHz
#134
The Golan Height is not a done deal yet, in this case 'security' is based on the income Israel gets from the fields of the Golan Heights. Making a profit off occupied territories is a war crime, the only way to prevent the return is to make sure the issue never makes it to the UN Courts.
The immorality of Israel is plain to see, if you can't grab it legally, do it it legally and use military force to keep it.
 
Colpy
#135
Remy: The ISIS Crisis - YouTube
 
MHz
#136
Good for you Coply, the real world doesn't want you in it anyway. Here is some more for your fantasy world.
Onion: Obama Supporters Realize How Empty their Lives Are - YouTube

Onion News Network - New Gun Laws! - YouTube
 
Tecumsehsbones
#137
Quote: Originally Posted by Colpy View Post

Remy: The ISIS Crisis - YouTube

That was cute.

Does make me wonder why you dislike ISIS, though. Seems like they're everything you love, and the U.S. and Canada are everything you hate.
 
gopher
+1
#138
McCain calls for WAR:


"...McCain just doesn’t want to hear any crap about America not having the capability to fight multiple adversaries at once. No way, Jose! In McCain’s worldview, the United States needs to be involved with as many wars as possible..."




On Wednesday afternoon, Sen. John McCain (R-AZ) was his normal warmongering self as he grilled Secretary of State John Kerry over the Obama Administration’s strategy to deal with ISIS. McCain used his time during a Senate Foreign Relations Committee hearing to beat his chest and demand that the United States not only get into a ground war in Iraq and Syria to combat ISIS, but that the country also needs to commit to a war against the Assad regime in Syria. While House Democrats are legitimately concerned about the White House’s plan to arm and train Syrian rebels to help fight ISIS on the ground, McCain wants the President to push forward and go whole hog with the war machine. Below is the exchange between McCain and Kerry (emphasis mine):


McCain: Secretary, today, September 17th, Secretary Gates said the following, former Secretary of Defense Gates. The reality is they’re not going to be able to be successful against ISIS strictly from the air or strictly depending on the Iraqi forces of the Peshmerga by the Sunni tribes acting on their own, gates said. So there will be boots on the ground if there’s to be any hope of success in the strategy. And I think that by containing — by continuing to repeat that, that the US won’t put boots on the ground, the president in effect traps himself. Now, Mr. Secretary, I’ve talked to so many people who are military experienced, who have been on both sides on this issue. They all agree with secretary gates’ assessment. And that’s just the reality. And there are some of us that place a great deal of confidence in the opinion of people like Secretary Gates, General Keane. So the architects of the surge. So many others.-the architects of the surge. So many others.-the architects of the surge. So many others. The architects of the surge. So many others. Is it your view that the Syrian opposition is viable?


Kerry: The Syrian opposition has been viable enough to be able to survive under difficult circumstances but they still have some distance to go and we need to help them go that distance.


McCain: The hero of this piece so far in my view is a guy who’s going to testify after you, Robert Ford, Ambassador Ford. He did a magnificent job at the risk of his own life, riding around Damascus in his support of the Free Syrian army. Here’s what he’s going to say in his testimony. The moderate armed opposition’s biggest enemy is not the Islamic State, it is the Assad regime which has killed far more Syrians than has the detestable Islamic State, and they won’t stop fighting the Assad regime even as they advance against the Islamic State. You’re saying, ISIS first. We’re going to train and equip the Free Syrian army and they’re going to be fighting against Assad who they view as their number one enemy. I agree with Ambassador Ford’s assessment. You’re saying, ISIL first. So if this — so we’re telling the young Syrian today, I want you to join the Free Syrian Army, you’ve got to fight ISIL first, and by the way those barrel bombs that are being dropped on you and these attacks from the air that of Hamas customers of so many Syrians, we’re not going to do anything about that. I think at least we owe the Free Syrian Army, negate the air attacks that they will be subjected to when they finish their training and equipping, and go into the fight. So why is it that we won’t at least news release Bashar al Assad’s air activity which has slaughtered thousands and thousands and thousands, 192,000 dead, 3 million refugees, and we’re not going to do anything about Assad’s air capabilities? And finally, ISIL first, that’s what you’re telling these young men who really view Assad as the one who has slaughtered their family members. Not ISIL. As bad as ISIL is. How do you square that circle action Mr. Secretary?

Kerry: Well, you square it this way, Senator. And first of all, let me just say a word. I think everybody knows — I had the pleasure of working with Robert Ford in the department from the day I arrived there. We worked very closely together, I have huge respect and admiration for him. And he and I worked many long hours with the Syrian opposition. And I respect his opinion, et cetera. He is correct that they won’t stop fighting the Assad regime. I understand that we understand that.

McCain: Not only won’t stop fighting, it’s their primary goal.

Kerry: Well, it is, except…

McCain: I know too many of them, John.

Kerry: I understand. It is. I’m not denying that. But they also are fighting ISIL. They’re up in Aleppo right now fighting ISIL. They’re fighting ISIL in other places. They threw them out of a province. They are engaged in fighting ISIL. And our belief is, I think — I bet you, I hope Robert Ford believes that they believe they actually get stronger as a result of ISIL being removed from the field.

McCain: Are you not going to protect them from air strikes?

Kerry: I think what we need — yes, and I think what we need — that’s a legitimate concern. And it is a concern that I would need to address with you in a classified session for reasons I think you well understand. And I think Robert ford well understands that.

McCain: I think the Free Syrian Army would like to understand, too.

Kerry: If we have a good classified session and another good things happen here, who knows. The important thing is for us to recognize that if ISIL continues doing what it’s doing — I think you know this — without being stopped and if we hadn’t stood up when we did and work with Peshmerga and help them, they were threatening Baghdad and they were threatening more. If they did that…

McCain: We’re talking about Syria. And the Free Syrian Army.

Kerry: I’m about to come back…

McCain: Thank you. I’m running out of time.

Kerry: That pertains to their capacity then to focus on Assad and it might be not the Free Syrian Army but ISIL that you see in Damascus. And ISIL bringing other people to them because of the level of their success. Clearly, many people have told us in the region, success breeds success. And many of the people who have come to ISIL have come because it seemed as if they were weren’t being opposed. We believe that transition works to the benefit of the moderate opposition, works ultimately to all of our benefit by removing ISIL from the field.

McCain: You cannot ask people to go and fight and die unless you promise them that they — you will defeat their enemy and defeat them right away. You can’t say, wait until we defeat ISIL. People will not volunteer for such things.

Kerry: I don’t believe it’s going to be ultimately a wait and see. I don’t believe, number one, that the people supporting the opposition in various parts of the region are ever going to stop until the Assad problem is resolves. Number two, I don’t believe ISIL is going — I don’t believe that the moderate opposition will obviously stop in that effort. So, therefore, there will be these two prongs.

McCain: I hope not ISIL first, if that message is not given to these brave young people.

Kerry: If we don’t stop ISIL first, there may not be much left of the other prong.

McCain: That means we can’t take on two adversaries at once that’s bogus and false.




There you have it. McCain didn’t even try to hide his cards here. He wants the United States to not only send American troops to Iraq to fight ISIS. He also wants this country to get involved in a massive civil war in Syria that is being fought on several fronts. McCain just doesn’t want to hear any crap about America not having the capability to fight multiple adversaries at once. No way, Jose! In McCain’s worldview, the United States needs to be involved with as many wars as possible.







John McCain Despicably Pushes For Full-Scale Middle East War During ISIS Senate Hearing





Time for the arm chair warriors sign up right now.
 
Walter
-1
#139
And Christmas has nothing to do with Christ.
Kerry Tells 'Morning Joe' That Islamic State Not Driven By Islam, With No Push Back
Go for it Christian haters.
 
gopher
+2
#140
Less money for food stamps program which help the urban/rural poor while supporting small farms & more money to support the military industrial complex:


Congress Cuts $8.7 Billion in Food Stamps, But Finds $22 Billion to Fight ISIS





Congress Cuts $8.7 Billion in Food Stamps, But Finds $22 Billion to Fight ISIS | Common Dreams | Breaking News & Views for the Progressive Community








It’s official: 850,000 households across the country are set to lose an average of $90 per month in food stamp benefits.

The Senate on Tuesday voted 68-32 to send the 2014 Farm Bill – which includes an $8.7 billion cut to food stamps – to President Obama’s desk. Nine Democrats opposed the bill, and 46 members of the Democratic caucus voted for it, joining 22 Republicans.”

The GOP Congress’s assault on the American working class has been waged with the pretext that the Federal government has no money (what with being in debt and all). This despite the money being owed to the American people on the whole, and despite the long tradition of deficits in government budgets, which have seldom in history been balanced. But note that when there was a Republican president in the zeroes, the same voices did not demand austerity, but ran up the deficit with obvious glee.

In contrast, Congress has no problem with the war on ISIL in Iraq and Syria, which could cost from $18 bn to $22 bn a year.



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The military industrial complex and its corporate welfare is always Priority One in the USA.






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EagleSmack
#141
No more "Super Sizing"!
 
Goober
#142
Well appears Turkey will put boots on the ground.
The area around Kobani was always dominated by Kurds. Turkey may use this area for displaced Syrians and change the demographics in their favor.

http://www.nytimes.com/2014/10/01/wo...html?ref=world

The Turkish government sought a mandate from Parliament on Tuesday to expand cross-border military operations into Iraq and Syria, signaling that it will play a more active role in a United States-led international military campaign to combat Islamic State militants.

Parliament will vote this week on a comprehensive motion that would authorize Turkish troops to make incursions into Syria and Iraq, and allow foreign military forces to use Turkish military bases, Deputy Prime Minister Bulent Arinc said after a cabinet meeting on Tuesday.

“We have worked out and prepared a document uniting two separate motions on Iraq and Syria, enabling all necessary measures at one time, so as to respond to all threats and risks,” Mr. Arinc said. The new measure is an extension of the current law, which will expire in a matter of days.
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Until now, Turkey, a NATO member that shares a 560-mile border with Syria, has hesitated to take an active military role at the front lines of the battle against the Islamic State, which is also known as ISIS. The government fears strengthening its staunch opponent, President Bashar al-Assad of Syria, as well as Kurdish separatists in southeastern Turkey.

Then we have this.
Ancient Tomb May Determine Turkey's Role in IS Fight

ISTANBUL—

A vow to defend the 700-year-old tomb of Suleyman Shah, grandfather of the founder of the Ottoman Empire, in a Turkish enclave in northern Syria could decide Turkey's role in the military campaign against Islamic State militants.

Deputy Prime Minister Bulent Arinc said on Tuesday that the militants were advancing on the white stone mausoleum, guarded by several dozen Turkish soldiers and perched on a manicured lawn under a Turkish flag on the banks of the Euphrates.

The tomb was made Turkish territory under a treaty signed with France in 1921, when France ruled Syria. Ankara regards it as sovereign territory and has repeatedly made clear that it will defend the mausoleum if it is attacked.

ISTANBUL—

A vow to defend the 700-year-old tomb of Suleyman Shah, grandfather of the founder of the Ottoman Empire, in a Turkish enclave in northern Syria could decide Turkey's role in the military campaign against Islamic State militants.

Deputy Prime Minister Bulent Arinc said on Tuesday that the militants were advancing on the white stone mausoleum, guarded by several dozen Turkish soldiers and perched on a manicured lawn under a Turkish flag on the banks of the Euphrates.

The tomb was made Turkish territory under a treaty signed with France in 1921, when France ruled Syria. Ankara regards it as sovereign territory and has repeatedly made clear that it will defend the mausoleum if it is attacked.

And not far from the Turkish border.

 
Cliffy
#143
 
Goober
#144
Quote: Originally Posted by Cliffy View Post

This is an Arab / Muslim problem let them do the dirty work.
 
MHz
#145
Quote: Originally Posted by Walter View Post

And Christmas has nothing to do with Christ.
Kerry Tells 'Morning Joe' That Islamic State Not Driven By Islam, With No Push Back
Go for it Christian haters.

Big red for you Walter, Christmas was the day May conceived Jesus, 9 months later He was born in Sept. Most holy day the world has known so far, the seed of Eve in Ge:3:15 was born. Stop speaking of things you know nothing about. (that felt rather good, lol)
 
55Mercury
+1
#146
can't wait 'til iziz is wuzwuz
 
tay
+1
#147
 
Locutus
#148
Kurdish female fighter ‘killed herself’ to avoid being ISIS hostage


Ceylan Ozalp, 19, was reportedly surrounded by ISIS fighters near the Syrian Kurdish city of Kobane. (Couresty of the BBC)

A Syrian Kurdish female combatant, who appeared on a BBC report in September, shot herself with a last bullet during fighting with militants of the Islamic State of Iraq and Syria (ISIS) last week, according to media reports.

Ceylan Ozalp, 19, was reportedly surrounded by ISIS fighters near the Syrian Kurdish city of Kobane also known as Ain al-Arab. After she run out of ammunition Ozalp said “goodbye” over the radio and spent her last bullet on killing herself.


more


http://english.alarabiya.net/en/News...S-hostage.html
 
Cliffy
#149


Every war starts with lies.
Is Former Israeli IDF Officer Behind Fake Videos of Beheadings?



F. William Engdahl (NEO) : Forensic medicine is not my specialty but certain things are so obvious they beg common sense questions from journalists. The infamous youTube “beheading” videos of two US journalists by the ISIS in Syria/Iraq, aka IS or Daash or Al Qaeda in Iraq depending on your preference in particular bear more serious attention. The details are emerging that show both videos are entirely fake events, staged apparently by professional actors to create the popular support for a US bombing of Syria to finally depose the democratically-elected Bashar al Assad.
Both videos when viewed are strangely similar. In both, a black-hooded executioner, nicknamed in the British press as “Jihadi John” for his strong London accent (!), supposedly takes a sharp knife to the throat of a kneeling, orange-clad James Foley and Steve Sotloff. Then, curiously, Jihadi John begins ostensibly slashing the throats of each, not once, but six times….not a drop of blood. Both Foley and Sotloff bravely kneel, head upright, no knee-jerk avoidance reaction one would expect. Then, just when the heads should be severed, in each, there is a blackout. Next scene: body on ground, head sitting atop. Professionally staged. Look for yourself.


Is Former Israeli IDF Officer Behind Fake Videos of Beheadings? | nsnbc international
 
gopher
+1
#150
Quote: Originally Posted by Cliffy View Post





Lots of people want war and have plenty of able armchair warrior generals to win it all:




 

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