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Post Reply Dealing with ISIS.!?.
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Posted 1/27/15 , edited 3/21/15
there have been multiple countries have a hostage executed by isis. so what i would do is i would push for a world leader meeting and come up with a solution with the other leaders of the world.
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Darkphoenix3450 wrote:


nemoskull wrote:

threatening an extremeist cult with nukes....yeah that will go over real well. never mind the small details like trying to target them.
sigh, if you do that, all you will end up doing is creating an even bigger ISIS.

ISIS exist for a lot of reasons, its a human reaction to a troubled part of the world.


Umm that is what I would do. With an military 12 times larger than any other in the world not like anyone would try to stop me with force.

I see you strangers like to pick apart what I said, mostly in jest. But you yet to be on topic. Maybe I need to underline the topic?? IT is what would you do!


So what would you do!


I would make a comprehensible plan what revolves around the least amount of causality, rather than "Nukes" or various other inhuman acts.....
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[not serious]We need the power of a cult to fight against another cult.

So,
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Niconiconi!!!!!!!!

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Obvious Troll is Obvious.

We should deal with ISIS by not dealing with them. Protect our assets, aid our allies if requested, but otherwise engage the Somebody Else's Problem field and forget they exist.
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big boom booms to fight little boom booms

guys do the math
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Nukes aside
My plan
I would make anybody that knowingly gave them financial support seize their assets, get rid of their citizenship "after a lengthy prison sentence of course" then kick them out of the country After 10 plus years let them reapply

Any one who actually travels to fight for isis same as above but put a bracelet on them that records what they say, where there at, and if they try to remove it have it equip with small explosives that would take a arm or a leg off. After 20 plus years then you could remove it and allow them to reapply for a citizenship

Lastly let the Kurds establish their own country Iraq already failed them
Mainly stay out of it but have severe punishments for anyone in this country that tries to join or aid them
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I think Fueled-Air-Explosives is more environmentally friendly.
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Thermobaric_weapon
We can buy them, from the Russians.
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Psh just napalm them, duh.
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11BravoPatterson wrote:

Psh just napalm them, duh.


Damn right!

No nuclear fallout (both literal and figuratively)

Napalm the crap out of every ISIS base, camp, and house!

Keep using the Napalm until there is no one left in ISIS or sympathetic towards them!
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eightcar wrote:


11BravoPatterson wrote:

Psh just napalm them, duh.


Damn right!

No nuclear fallout (both literal and figuratively)

Napalm the crap out of every ISIS base, camp, and house!

Keep using the Napalm until there is no one left in ISIS or sympathetic towards them!


the amount of collateral innocents would far out number those involved using such a primitive way of thinking
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Posted 1/27/15
Interference from the West created ISIS. Time to back away and let the locals sort out their own business.
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Posted 1/27/15

MontyDono wrote:


eightcar wrote:


11BravoPatterson wrote:

Psh just napalm them, duh.


Damn right!

No nuclear fallout (both literal and figuratively)

Napalm the crap out of every ISIS base, camp, and house!

Keep using the Napalm until there is no one left in ISIS or sympathetic towards them!


the amount of collateral innocents would far out number those involved using such a primitive way of thinking


Innocents? LOL

At worst you would be killing sympathizers, nothing more.
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Why not focus on preventing this from happening again and stop letting countries train small militant groups to begin with. ISIS and Al-Qaeda were both funded and trained by members or affiliates of the US government. So let's stop training people to fight our illegitimate battles. The next step is to focus on the issue at hand. ISIS and other extremist groups are exactly that-------Extremist. The Islamic religion is not to blame. For those of you that wish to blame them let's look at the witch hunts led by the church or perhaps the crusades. All ran by extremist of a religion. Extremist make up a small percentage of all religions. Period. As far as ISIS goes, the more they act out, the more people will hate them which will lead to more individuals that know information to come forward. Over a period of time they will be brought down. Not that it matters. Another group will come forward after that to replace them because the underlying issues that causes these groups to form will still exist. In order to fix the problem individuals on both sides need to find a common understanding of each others cultures and respect each other. That is unlikely to occur since fear of the unknown leads to anger. And anger leads us to rash decisions. IE nuking someone, killing an entire religious group, etc. End of rant
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Jan0s wrote:

Why not focus on preventing this from happening again and stop letting countries train small militant groups to begin with. ISIS and Al-Qaeda were both funded and trained by members or affiliates of the US government. So let's stop training people to fight our illegitimate battles. The next step is to focus on the issue at hand. ISIS and other extremist groups are exactly that-------Extremist. The Islamic religion is not to blame. For those of you that wish to blame them let's look at the witch hunts led by the church or perhaps the crusades. All ran by extremist of a religion. Extremist make up a small percentage of all religions. Period. As far as ISIS goes, the more they act out, the more people will hate them which will lead to more individuals that know information to come forward. Over a period of time they will be brought down. Not that it matters. Another group will come forward after that to replace them because the underlying issues that causes these groups to form will still exist. In order to fix the problem individuals on both sides need to find a common understanding of each others cultures and respect each other. That is unlikely to occur since fear of the unknown leads to anger. And anger leads us to rash decisions. IE nuking someone, killing an entire religious group, etc. End of rant


The nuke thing was a jest, you know I was joking... You find I am the least angry person you meet, I am 100% mellow, maybe the way I portray things might make me seem aggressive online, but I assure you I never been angry over anything.

Anyhow I have learn if you want them to make mistakes or even stop their aggressions, fear is key. The reason they do what they do is they don't believe you can do anything to punish them or stop them for it. So best way to stop ISIS would be to get them to fear you. (that's just my understanding through my past as a military soldier.) Nuking them was me going over the top in jest on that way of thinking. Meant for humor, but it seems I stepped on some toes and made a few people but hurt over the jest.
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Posted 1/27/15

eightcar wrote:



Innocents? LOL

At worst you would be killing sympathizers, nothing more.


If they're all sympathizers, why does ISIS keep killing them?
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