ISIS attack +1

We’re one day into the US bombing of ISIS, and there is not much to tell other than what can be gathered from today’s headlines.  It appears this is going to be a long bombing campaign, and for the most part world condemnation has been very tame, even from Russian.

Reportedly Syria was not warned by the US prior to the airstrikes, but that really should come as no surprise.

I think we need to take a step back here for a moment, and look at what’s going on.  I realize there are many in the United States whom are very Gung ho about the bombings.  The far right republican on the street is even backing Obama on this one.  I understand.  They feel it’s the “right” thing to do.  These ISIS fellows are more demons than men anyway, and after all we’re the good guys, and the good guys should bomb and destroy the bad guys.  It makes us feel all warm and cozy on the inside.  The world makes sense.  Ahhhh…

Well let’s not forget who funded these demons who wear black. That’s right you know who.  The good old USA and those three letter super secret fun groups funded these creep demons in the Middle East.  The “administration”, if I can even call it that said they won’t coordinate with the Syrian army on the ground, but instead with the “moderate” FSA whom wish to depose Assad.  Does this sound familiar?  I’m sure it does.  Libya anyone?

I get it, we wish to have a “clean” war where US war birds drop humanitarian love kissy bombs, and turn the demons dressed in black to dust, but an insurgency like ISIS cannot be defeated through the use of air power alone.  A regular army would surely be defeated when they lost air superiority combined by the power of boots on the ground, but ISIS is not a regular army.  The only time air power can decisively end a conflict is through the use of nuclear weapons.

I truly believe this attack and bombing campaign waged by the winner of the nobel peace prize will open a back door into Syria.  I predict in the coming months the US will begin to target the Syrian army as well.  Otherwise it just doesn’t make sense.  Has President Obama suddenly had a change of heart and is no longer following the neocon agenda which was set forth under the Bush administration after the false flag on 9/11?  I highly doubt it.  We’re witnessing the pawns being moved into place.  Pawn to e4 please…

Also in today’s awesome news…

Obama salutes the Marines with a coffee cup.

Israel shoots down a Syrian war plane

I’m going to take a break from ISIS for a while unless something major happens.  I’ve become nauseous from hearing their name, and Syria as well.  There is a lot more to cover.

Until next post…

monkey

4 thoughts on “ISIS attack +1”

  1. “We’re one day into the US bombing of ISIS, and there is not much to tell other than what can be gathered from today’s headlines. It appears this is going to be a long bombing campaign, and for the most part world condemnation has been very tame, even from Russian.”

    Isn’t that odd?
    One might think that there would be some kind of benefits to the many factions that are contributing to this sort of thing.
    Power, alliance, weapons trade, permissions to be granted, securing a place in “the Empire” or favoritism from the modern world’s largest “Republic”….because really, does anyone think for a minute that all of these counties involved have forgone their moral compasses because they, themselves actually felt threatened?
    ISIS isa rag-tag military operation that would pale by comparison to ordinary, tried and true Blackwater standards. But they are being funded by interests that will profit even if it spells the very downfall of ISIS.
    Let’s take a deep breath, stop paying so much attention to the political and journalistic cheerleaders and recognize this for what it is.
    And by the way, welcome to the new world order.

    1. Welcome to the New World Order indeed. Obama’s speech at the UN clearly indicates their desire to demonize Russia further, and to keep this train a chuggin towards WW3.

      I do find the lack of condemnation odd, and the silence from Russia is particular ominous. It’s not that I believe they are in on the deal, but because they mean business, and under Putin they let action speak louder than words. Crimea is a perfect example.

      It’s also interesting this “coalition” of the whatever is bombing a brand new group called “Khorasan”. This because they can’t completely wipe out their proxy army in ISIS, just rough them up a bit.

      All roads lead to Damascus.

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