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Wednesday, June 29, 2016

Kerry's take on ISIS is as dumb as a box of rocks

So-called Secretary of State John "Hair-plugs" Kerry spoke about the terrorist attack at Ataturk Airport in which 41 infidels were killed and hundreds wounded. Kerry said that the attack was clear evidence that the Islamic State is getting "desperate" in spite of the fact that iSIS has not yet taken credit for the attack. 

That's like suggesting that taking guns away from law abiding citizens will protect us from the terrorists.

What Kerry's statement suggests is that anyone who is capable of breathing in oxygen and convert it to carbon dioxide is capable of being in the Obama administration.

Kerry made the statement Tuesday at the Aspen Ideas Festival in Colorado, and this was the best "idea" he could come up with. He said that it's over a year since Daesh (as he calls ISIS because he's not the sharpest sword in the jihad) launched a "full-scale military offensive."

"Now, yes, you can bomb an airport, you can blow yourself up. That's the tragedy. Daesh and others like it know that we have to get it right 24/7/365. They have to get it right   for ten minutes or one hour. So it's a vary different scale," Kerry said. "And if you're desperate and if you know you're losing, and you know you want to give up your life, then obviously you can do some harm."

Mike McCaul (R-Tx.) Homeland Security Committee Chairman couldn't believe Kerry's drivel. 'They've said they're on the run for many years, and they're not," McCaul told Fox News. "I think the airstrikes have ramped up external operations."

He went on: "This is an unprecedented pace of terror in modern times. And so to say they're on the run . . . absolutely defies reality."

On Wednesday ISIS was pushing back U.S.-trained Syrian rebels in a fight for control of an Iraqi border town.

"This isn't accidental," McCaul said, "something's wrong" with Kerry's analysis. 

Obama's vassals have provided incongruent descriptions of ISIS's strength but it's true that ISIS is under military pressure by coalition forces in its central territory of Iraq and Syria even while it pushes back. 

Are they desperate?

Probably less desperate than the Obama administration is to avoid calling attention to their own failure at containing the terror threat.

Iraq declared victory in driving ISIS out of Fallujah over the weekend and this has been confirmed by the Pentagon who agrees that Iraqi forces are in "100 percent control" of the city. They say that ISIS hasn't had a "strategic victory" in over a year.

But the smokescreen happens when Obama officials talk about ISIS operations and strength outside of Syria and Iraq. Even CIA Director John Brennan testified on Capitol Hill that "our efforts have not reduced the group's terrorism capability and global reach." He does admit that progress has been made against ISIS on the battlefield.

The main thing to remember is that even if we defeat ISIS, if nothing is done to discredit their ideology, another group will take the place of ISIS and the problem will continue.

Brennan said that "The group's foreign branches and global networks can help preserve its capacity for terrorism regardless of events in Iraq and Syria. In fact, as the pressure mounts on ISIL, we judge that it will intensify its global terror campaign to maintain its dominance of the global terrorism agenda."

Obama, on the other hand, said the anti-ISIS campaign is "firing on all cylinders," and that the group "is under more pressure than ever before."

I think someone needs to tell that to the survivors and families of Orlando, San Bernadino, Paris and now Istanbul. I just wouldn't elect John Kerry to tell them.

ISIS seems to be working okay under pressure.

No, it isn't a perversion of Islam

It isn't about a perversion of Islam or a bastardization of the religion of peace. The ISIS attacks are totally "Koran-compliant." 

In fact, ISIS jihadists are faithfully following Islam while moderate Muslims are taking an Islamic version of the "Cafeteria Catholic" approach.

Even if you don't know anything about Islamic history or scripture, it stands to reason that anyone willing to blow himself to bite-size pieces in order to kill "infidels" is doing it for ideological reasons. He or she wants to do Allah's the unfinished work he couldn't pull off himself. 

To a suicide bomber, blowing himself up does not mean he's dead--it means his life has changed to the better. He gets 72 virgins, lots of young boys to provide him with pleasures he cannot get on earth, and rivers of wine. He lives in a palace with 72 rooms and sees none of the cartoonish obsessive-compulsive depictions of Paradise described in the Koran.

I'm not going to quote a bunch of Suras (chapters) from the Koran, the Hadith or the Sira. You ought to think about reading these Islamic war manuals yourself and you will have no doubts that Islam is NOT a religion of peace. 

It's exactly the opposite of what Islam really is.

John Kerry says Daesh (ISIS) is losing and adds: "if you want to blow yourself up and end your life." This is proof that Kerry does not understand how Muslims view what happens to them after they martyr themselves. 

Or else he thinks the American people are stupid.

Obama calls the Islamic State and Al Qaeda "organizations of hate." He knows better but refuses to call their terrorist acts 'Islamic jihad.' Yes, ISIS and AQ hate infidels, but that's because they are commanded to hate us by the religion they practice.

Pretending that terrorist acts have nothing to do with 'true Islam' is exactly the opposite of the truth. It is the moderate Muslim who isn't following the religion properly. 

And therein lies the danger.

Tuesday, June 28, 2016

A man-caused disaster in Istanbul: 36 dead

Istanbul -- A man-caused disaster occurred at Ataturk Airport in which at least 3 militant types blew themselves up for no apparent reason, and killed at least 36 people and injured nearly 150 others, 6 of whom are in serious condition.

No group has taken responsibility for the carnage but it is suspected that a far right wing organization was involved, perhaps under the direction of some Christian organization.

Attacks similar to this one have occurred in the past and a small group known as ISIS claimed responsibility. ISIS claims to be a religious Islamic group but they in no way represent the religion of peace and obviously know little about this great religion.

ISIS suicide jihadists are uneducated folks who come from poor families and are easily manipulated into killing themselves just to have something to do to alleviate the boredom in their small lives. Very few jihadists can read and most are no smarter than the goats they own.

As you know, ISIS is Syria and Iraq is on the run and losing territory faster than Hillary Clinton lies. If it turns out that they are responsible for this attack, and not a Christian group, it would be due to their desperation and the willingness of their suicide bomb squad known as the Smithereens to die. 

Many of these losers think that they'll be given 72 brown-eyed virgins in Paradise. Now where did they get that idea?

UPDATE: Attack at Ataturk Airport in Istanbul

The moment the blast went off
UPDATE: The death toll from the jihadist attack at Ataturk Airport in Istanbul, Turkey has risen to at least 36. Some sources put the death toll "nearing 50."  

President Obama has not addressed the attack as yet due to the lack of facts about the responsible party. He no longer has referred to ISIS as the JV team, but it is not yet clear if ISIS is responsible for it. All the earmarks point to the terror group, however.

Hillary Clinton referred to the attackers as "radical jihadists." The whole notion of jihad is 'radical' in the sense that it calls for war against infidels. A more accurate term would be 'Islamic terrorists.'

Donald Trump has said that "something is going on that is really, really bad." It's a good thing he reminded us that it's bad, but neither he nor Hillary have been specific about the problem. 

We need solutions, not a template whenever these attacks occur.

BREAKING: The latest information is that 3 suicide bombers have detonated their explosive vests at Ataturk Airport, killing at least 28 and wounding 60 others, 6 of whom are in critical condition.

So far, no one has claimed responsibility for the attack, and based upon the weapons used it is likely the American left will not discuss the attack as it fails to fit their anti Second Amendment agenda.

Vasip Sahin, Istanbul's provincial governor, confirmed the death toll to NTV, Turkey's state-run Anadolu news agency.

Initial reports said that there were two suicide bombers but later changed to three. Sahin's statement could not immediately be reconciled. 

"According to the information I was given, a terrorist at the international terminal entrance first opened fire with a Kalashnikov and then blew himself up.," Justice Minister Bekir Bozdag told the news agency.

Kalashnikov rifles are considered weapons of war in the United States, as are suicide vests, so nothing like that can ever happen here.

One official said that the attacker blew themselves to small, bite-size pieces once police began shooting at them. Another official said the bombers detonated their vests before passing through the X-ray security checkpoint.

Police sealed the terminal and no flights were able to take off or land at that time. Some flights bound for Ataturk were re-routed. Roads around the airport were also sealed off after the attack.

President Obama was briefed about the attack by his Homeland Security and Counterterrorism advisor Lisa Monaco in Arizona. 

Attorney General Loretta Lynch said she was "awaiting a briefing" on the attacks and is preparing to send love notes and Happy Ramadan cards if the Islamic State claims responsibility. Ms. Lynch believes that "all you need is love." Ms. Lynch added that she "certainly we will be looking into it."

That's so reassuring to hear. i hope they get the nice cards before they plan another attack. They need to know we care about their feelings. And if we're lucky, we can help some of them find jobs.

John Kerry spoke in Aspen, CO saying that Daesh is losing and they are desperate. He failed to address the ideology behind the "why" someone would be willing to martyr him- or herself up for jihad.

This administration clown car is almost out of gas, unless Clinton wins the election.

Hillary's blatant hypocrisy

In her fight for women's health, the LGBT community and the presidency of the United States, Hillary Clinton has reached out to her Clinton Foundation donors, but faces an uphill battle in trying to get their support and win the job as POTUS.

Saudi Arabia, who had "donated" $50 million to the Clinton Foundation said they would not, under any circumstances, support women's rights or gay rights on any level. In fact, Saudi officials made it clear that they did not want to deal directly with Ms. Clinton as she is a woman and considered inferior to men, and the idea of any woman running a country is ludicrous as far as they're concerned.

The Saudis said they preferred to deal with her husband Bill, whose philandering is appreciated by the Islamic nation as they are permitted multiple wives and understand Bill's insatiable sexual appetite.

In fact, Saudi Arabia, like some other Islamic countries, kills homosexuals as prescribed in the Koran. Depending upon the circumstances, the penalty for committing a homosexual act can be public flogging (100 lashes for adultery)  or other strict Sharia sentence.

While Ms. Clinton eagerly accepts money from this homophobic, misogynist nation, she doesn't confront their beliefs nor advertise them to her constituents. 

The Saudis also tend to treat women worse than their camels. 

Saudi women cannot leave home without a male relative as an chaperone, and must be covered "modestly" to ensure they're not raped for indecency or beaten by the "Morality Police." 

Morality Police? What an oxymoron.

Algeria, another Islamic country, donated only $250,000 to $500,000 to the Clintons, but refuse to help gays and any gays caught in their country can get anywhere from 2 months to 2 years in the slammer. If one person is under 18, the other can get as many as 3 years and fined 10,000 dinars. That isn't a lot of money by our standa, about $124, but in Algeria, it's substantial. Human rights in Algeria kind of suck too, but Hillary doesn't care where the money comes from as long as it comes.

Other Islamic countries that have given to the Clintons that treat women with contempt and homosexuals with strong punishments are:

Brunie: donated $1 million to $5 million
Kuwait: donated $5 million to $10 million
Qatar: donated $5.8 million
Sultanate of Oman: donated $1 million to $5 million
United Arab Emirates: donated $11.5 million

Jamaica gave anywhere from $50,000 to $100,000 which for Hillary is "chump change." She makes more than that in a 20-minute Wall Street speech. 

And while being gay isn't a crime in Jamaica, they imprison gays who are caught in the act up to 10 years. 

So while Hillary claims to support gay rights, the LGBT community, and women's rights, her lack of voice against countries who clearly oppose these rights speaks volumes.

The only thing Hillary Clinton clearly supports is Hillary Clinton.

ISIS commander: the worst job in the world

If you win, you die. If you lose, you die. Not such a great gig to be a "Fightin' ISIS Scumcrumpet," is it?

ISIS commanders who screw up and fail to win in battle are being fed alive to hungry dogs in a brutal new and improved form of execution. 

Improved if you're a sick jihadist who has taken the commands of the Koran and performed a few creative tweaks with it, killing people who don't live up to ISIS expectations.

The new execution methods have been revealed by Hasan Khala Hasan, a Kurdish Peshmerga commander whose parents had little imagination when naming him. 

Hasan had been fighting on the Gwer front in northern Iraq. He said the killings were done after a number of ISIS defeats and loss of territory in Iraq and Syria. The purpose of the executions is to scare the crap out of living commanders and show them that they better follow rules and commands from their religious leaders.

Dier Ahmed (his friends call him Dier Straits) a Kurdish sociologist, told ABNA that "ISIS uses any members who are thought to be of no use, for the organization to frighten other members."

The U.S. military last week said the ISIS continues to lose control over territory across Iraq and Syria. They are now down to about half of what they once controlled in Iraq and all bets are off for a world caliphate. In fact, they'd be lucky to get a mosque out of the whole deal.

Last week, 25 Mosul folks were killed by being lowered into a vat of nitric acid, proving that these guys from ISIS are more interested in creative ways to kill than they are in simply chopping off heads or shooting their victims of this "religious' war. 

The excuse for killing these poor souls was that they were accused of spying on ISIS for the Iraqi security forces.

Witnesses said the 25 'spies' were tied together with rope and lowered into a large basin containing nitric acid and kept there until their organs dissolved. 

Another way victims were killed was by being crushed by a large boulder in Yemen. The terrorist organization put together a video entitled "Crush your enemies." The prisoners were dressed in blue jumpsuits and murdered using different methods: crushing, knives, guns, and acid, just to name a few methods.

Upon seeing the video, American liberals called for more gun control.

Monday, June 27, 2016

Farage credits Obama for Brexit results

UK Independence Party (UKIP) leader Nigel Farage said that the big reason the U.K. voted to leave the E.U. was because President Obama told them not to leave. In fact, Obama threatened to make the UK stand in line behind the EU when trading with the US 

"Threatening people too much insults their intelligence," Farage said on "Breitbart News Daily." 

"A lot of people in Britain said, 'How dare the American president come here and tell us what to do?'" Farage was referring to Obama's trip to the UK in April. "It backfired. We got an Obama-Brexit bounce, because people do not want foreign leaders telling them how to think and vote."

Of course, Obama consistently tells people how to think and vote. He's so busy speaking out against Donald Trump, while he ought to be dealing with terrorism and other important issues. But perhaps it will backfire and give Trump an 'Obama Bump' too.

Obama warned Britain that leaving the EU could harm potential trade deals with the US and that Britain would have to wait in back of the line. "The UK is going to be in the back of the queue," our president threatened.

Donald Trump, in true Trump spirit, mocked Obama for being on the losing side of the Brexit vote. The world seems to be a continuous contest to Donald.

"The world doesn't listen to him," Trump said while in Turnberry, Scotland on a visit to one of his golf courses. The presumptive GOP candidate backs the decision to leave the EU in order to take its own path in the future.

"You just have to embrace it," Trump said. "It's the will of the people. What happened should have happened, and they'll be stronger for it."

British Prime Minister David Cameron resigned his position Friday due to the Brexit vote. Why doesn't President Obama follow his lead?

Erdogan tells Putin he's sorry

Shaking and making up
Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan told the Kremlin he's sorry about shooting down a Russian fighter jet last November. At least that's what the Kremlin is reporting and, like the Clintons, they have been known to stretch the truth now and then.

Supposedly, Erdogan penned a letter that literally said "I am sorry" to Russian President Vladimir Putin, who had referred to the incident "a stab in the back."

This was especially true for the dead pilot and his family. But the Turkish leader expressed his "sympathy and deep condolences" to the family of the murdered pilot and "asked to be forgiven," Dmitry Peskov, a Putin mouthpiece, told reporters. 

Erdogan revealed that an investigation was in progress against the Turk who is associated with the "death of Russian pilot," the Russian media claimed.

Turkey's original story was that two of its F-16s shot down the Russian jet for violating Turkish airspace near the Syrian border and refused to obey orders to turn back. 

Russians responded to the shooting down of its fighter jet by banning agricultural imports and halting package tours to Turkey, causing tour bus companies to fold and create a shortage of vitamin C to the Turkish nation.