by Terresa Monroe-Hamilton | June 13, 2014 1:45 pm
By: Terresa Monroe-Hamilton
What do you do to the enemy? Cut their heads off and crucify em… And that is exactly what ISIS and their barbaric army are doing in Iraq on their march to Baghdad. The Caliphate has risen and surged with the direct assistance of Barack Obama, who has been arming them and supporting them. Our boys and girls died for nothing – they died for a treasonous leader to turn and extend the hand of Muslim Brotherhood to the most violent extremists on the planet.
Obama is making faint sounds of intervention, but they are toothless and insincere as always. Witness ‘Obama The Weak’ per Allen West:
There is no doubt we are watching something happening in Iraq that is far more horrific than the fall of Saigon and will rival the killing fields of Pol Pot.
Indeed it will as the Islamic hordes sweep thru Iraq killing, raping and pillaging in the name of Allah, driving slaves and concubines forward to serve. If you kill one or two, you are a mass murderer… If you kill hundreds of thousands or millions, the world stands in awe and seems to say ‘well done.’ Picture this… thousands of Christians, Jews and Muslims fleeing for their very lives with families in tow and what little they can carry — literally running from the oncoming Army of Allah and being mowed down as they cry out and weep. Visualize thousands of corpses of police, military and civilians decapitated and crucified along their path. It’s worthy of The Stand. Recently ISIS (Levant) leaders imposed punitive rules on the Christian population, demanding that they pay a levy of gold for ‘protection,’ or else face being killed on the streets for their faith.
There are those who believe Obama is a Muslim. Only he can answer that question – but knowing his penchant for lying, who will ever know? What is for certain is that Obama’s failed foreign policies in the Middle East have afforded a resurgence of Islamic terrorism. Perhaps that is where Obama’s loyalties lie? I can think of no other reason.
Obama has sided with the Muslim Brotherhood in Egypt. He has advanced Islamist forces in Libya and destabilized that country. He has sat back and watched the rise of a barbaric terrorist group in Nigeria. He has allowed Iran to continue its march towards producing a nuclear device. And now, he has allowed an al-Qaida group, the Islamic State of Iraq and Syria (ISIS), to overtake major portions of Iraq. As well, he has set free the senior management of the enemy while they enemy is still fighting our troops.
As Investor’s Business Daily reports, “Obama and his former Secretary of State, Hillary Clinton, have been so busy patting themselves on the back for their foreign policy brilliance that they haven’t seemed to notice that their Mideast policies – from the disastrous Arab Spring, to encouraging Libya’s revolt, to Hosni Mubarak’s ouster in Egypt, to drawing a “red line” in Syria on chemical weapons use, to negotiating with a soon-to-be-nuclear Iran – are all in extreme disarray, threatening not just the region but the world.”
The butchers of Baghdad are on their way and they are getting their Jihad on. For years, we have warned you on the rise of the Islamic Caliphate. We were dismissed as kooks and disparaged over it. Behold… it doesn’t look so crazy anymore. In fact, it looks horrific. And all of this can be laid squarely at the feet of Barack Obama, who as this is unfolding, is jetting to Palm Springs to play golf. I mean, what else would you do? He’s celebrating.
Thousands of Iraqis are volunteering, arming up and they are determined to fight. It might surprise you that ISIS is a big supporter of gun control. Savor the irony from Bob Owens:
Yes, the Islamic State of Iraq and al-Shams (ISIS), the decapitation-minded, crucifying terrorists that were so cruel that they got kicked out of al Qaeda, have something in common with Michael Bloomberg and Shannon Watts:
In a document circulating on social media attributed to the group, Isis warned tribal leaders and sheikhs not to “work with [the Iraqi] government and be traitors” while proclaiming that women should only go outside if absolutely necessary.
“For women, dress decently and wear wide clothes. Only go out if needed,” read the document as translated by Al Aan TV reporter Jenan Moussa.
Further rules included bans on drugs, alcohol and cigarettes while public gatherings, the possession of guns and the carrying of flags not of the Islamic state were outlawed.
And while telling the people to disarm and submit, ISIS is leaving a wake of blood soaked bodies and burned vehicles across the country. Mosul and Tikrit are now ghost towns, deserted by citizens fleeing the carnage in a manner reminiscent of Genghis Khan (ask John Kerry what that means and he’ll enlighten you). ISIS is proclaiming that Baghdad and the holy city of Karbala will fall to them. The UN says 800,000 refugees have now fled and that number will surely rise sharply.
ISIS is instituting hardline Sharia law throughout the country. It is brutal, with no pity for those who transgress. Refugees tell of heads lined up in rows, a trademark of ISIS and a violent Sharia threat to ensure compliance among the people to the Quran’s holy orders.
As the conquest proceeds, I hear the Army in Iraq has now fallen. That’s okay… Obama sent his condolences yesterday. Americans, Germans and many others have now been evacuated. If you can believe it, Iran is sending in the cavalry. Yeah, that ought to end well.
Even though the military vastly outnumbers the Jihadists, they have simply turned and ran or changed sides. Most, deserted in the night betraying their own people. Now, the Jihadists are sporting American military vehicles and weapons, courtesy of Barack Obama. Obama doesn’t just have blood on his hands, he’s drenched in it. The terrorists have captured two helicopters, 15 tanks, weapons and several armored cars that used to belong to the American military. They also seized :£350 million-worth of dinars by robbing a bank in Mosul, making them uber-funded for conquering in the name of Allah.
With friends like the Americans, who needs enemies? Mark Steyn puts it bluntly in “Harmless as an Enemy, Treacherous as a Friend“:
Let’s put it this way: Two parties pulled off 9/11 and were responsible for the deaths of over 3,000 people. The perpetrators were al-Qaeda, and their accomplices were the Taliban. The Taliban will be back in charge of Afghanistan very soon. And al-Qaeda, in the shape of its most virulent progeny, are now running large chunks of Iraq and Syria. So the bad guys won, and America lost.
Sadly true for America, tragically true for Iraq and Syria. Obama may not personally wield a sword that cuts off heads or drive the spikes home for crucifixion, but he might as well have — he put the means in the hands of our enemies and encouraged them to go forth.
And in only what I can call dark comedy, not only will America not help, but the Brits say they won’t because Iraq is now a Democracy. Now that’s rich… it’s to die for.
Someone yesterday on Facebook left me a comment saying this felt like Saigon all over again. Shades of the Khmer Rouge:
Hugh Hewitt said it felt like 1975 all over again. Forty years ago, as another American client regime crumbled, the US Ambassador sportingly offered asylum to a former Cambodian prime minister, Prince Sirik Matak. His response is worth quoting:
I thank you very sincerely for your letter and for your offer to transport me towards freedom. I cannot, alas, leave in such a cowardly fashion. As for you and in particular for your great country, I never believed for a moment that you would have this sentiment of abandoning a people which has chosen liberty. You have refused us your protection and we can do nothing about it. You leave us and it is my wish that you and your country will find happiness under the sky. But mark it well that, if I shall die here on the spot and in my country that I love, it is too bad because we are all born and must die one day. I have only committed the mistake of believing in you, the Americans.
So Sirik Matak stayed in Phnom Penh and was murdered by the Khmer Rouge, but so were another 1.7 million people, and in a pile of skulls that high it’s hard to remember this or that individual. But there are many in Iraq and Afghanistan who are reflecting, as Sirik Matak did, that they made the mistake of “believing in you, the Americans”.
And Steyn is right as always, Obama isn’t leading from behind, he’s leaving from behind: America is departing the world stage. He’s also right to ask, why would the world turn to America now and not the bad guys? What have we done for them lately, but destroy everything and cause death and sorrow via the Obama Administration? I mean the al-Qaeda leader of ISIS was released in 2009 from Gitmo by Obama, who had to know this would happen. More on the leadership of ISIS (Levant):
Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi, the shadowy leader of thousands of Islamist fighters in Syria and Iraq, many of them Westerners, appears to be surpassing Al-Qaeda chief Ayman al-Zawahri as the world’s most influential jihadist.
‘For the last 10 years or more, [Zawahri] has been holed up in the Afghanistan-Pakistan border area and hasn’t really done very much more than issue a few statements and videos,’ said Richard Barrett, a former counterterrorism chief at MI6, Britain’s foreign intelligence service.
‘Whereas Baghdadi has done an amazing amount — he has captured cities, he has mobilized huge amounts of people, he is killing ruthlessly throughout Iraq and Syria.
‘If you were a guy who wanted action, you would go with Baghdadi,’ said Barrett. noting the ISIS leader’s challenge to Zawahri was ‘a really interesting development.’
‘Where that goes will determine a lot about how terrorism is [carried out],’ Barrett said.
The ISIS leader, who was born in 1971 in Baghdad, is touted as a battlefield commander and tactician, a crucial distinction compared with Zawahri.
Baghdadi, who has a degrees in Islamic studies, apparently joined the insurgency that erupted in Iraq soon after the 2003 U.S.-led invasion.
He was taken as a prisoner of the Americans in Camp Bucca between 2005 and 2007 – it was here that one of the only two photos know to be in existence was taken of him.
He is known as ‘The Ghost’ to members of the pro-Assad Lebanese Shi-ite militia Hizballah.
‘Only a few people know the face of Baghdadi,’ Sheik Ahmad, the Hizballah official in charge of investigating ISIS in Syria, told TIME last year.
The secretive Baghdadi talks with a scarf covering his face even when dealing with close allies, according to militants who worked with him in Iraq.
He addresses his ISIS followers through audio recordings posted to the internet, rather than in public places.
In October 2005, American forces said they believed they had killed him in a strike on the Iraq- Syria border.
But that appears to have been incorrect, as he took the reins of what was then known as the Islamic State of Iraq in May 2010 after two of its chiefs were killed in a U.S.-Iraqi raid. Since then, details about him have slowly trickled out.
In October 2011, the U.S. Treasury designated him as a ‘terrorist’ in a notice that said he was born in the Iraqi city of Samarra in 1971.
And earlier this year, Iraq released a picture they said was of Baghdadi, the first from an official source, depicting a balding, bearded man in a suit and tie.
Lt. Gen. Abdel-Amir al-Zaidi, who heads a northern security command centre, says his forces believe Baghdadi is hiding in Iraq’s Diyala province, but other officials contest this.
He is a renegade within al-Qaeda and it was his maverick streak that eventually led its central command to sever ties, deepening a rivalry between his organization and the global terror network
Zawahri has urged ISIS to focus on Iraq and leave Syria to Nusra, but Baghdadi and his fighters have openly defied the Al-Qaeda chief and, indeed, have fought not only Assad, but also Nusra and other rebel groups.
He is ‘more violent, more virulent, more anti-American [than Osama Bin Laden]’ a senior U.S. intelligence official told the Washington Post.
This is our fault. We pulled out and left a void in 2011 that was bound to be filled this way. Now, the fighters have reached Samarra, 70 miles north of Baghdad and revenge is on the menu. The country is about to fall to the Caliphate and if you think it won’t have repercussions worldwide, think again.
Oil spiked yesterday and the stock market fell. That is only the beginning. Already Russia, China and Iran are shunning the US dollar. Inflation is on the rise in the US despite what the government says and people already can’t afford the necessities of life here. It’s about to get a lot worse. Between the crises in Iraq and Syria, the refugees from the Southern border in the US that Obama is having bused in and a myriad of other scandals… the US is reeling and is headed for a rendezvous with a massive cliff dive moment. Buckle up.
Iraq is being redrawn and divvied up. And with that, its rich oil reserves. Blood, death, oil and religion — a very, very bad mix.
Iraq’s government didn’t even declare an emergency as not enough MPs showed up for a vote. By the way, all of this was foreseeable and predictable. Meanwhile, the UN, America and the world will do absolutely nothing but make condemnatory noises. Maliki, in Iraq, has been calling for help for two years and Obama just couldn’t be bothered.
Three years after America left Iraq, marauding ISIS militia are beheading their way to Baghdad… a Jihadist group so extreme, even al-Qaeda has distanced itself from them, is threatening to take Iraq. It’s a nightmare out of the Middle Ages come to life in Progressive times.
The Arab Spring is over… welcome to the Jihadi Spring as Jonah Goldberg so aptly put it. Muslim-fascist fanatics galore cheered on by the Left and Obama. We are literally about to reap what we sow.
The Wall Street Journal is saying that the fall of Mosul is as big as Russia’s seizure of Crimea. I wholeheartedly agree… Obama is obviously facilitating the rise of the Caliphate and thumbing his nose at infidels.
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