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I saw one of their video of them raising the Swords together as a group, they form a circle and than raise the swords toward the sky and touch other blades.

I felt sick after seeing that, They have beheaded People, because they're Christian..

I alway talked about how we need Shinsengumi to slain the Evil people in this world, but I've changed my mind after seeing group like ISIS using Swords! XD
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pirththee wrote:

GW negotiated the Iraq withdrawal for 2011 and the Iraq government under Maliki wanted all of the US troops out.


Wait a minute. You mean the US-Iraq Status of Forces Agreement wasn't signed by a time-traveling Obama disguised as George W. Bush? Next you'll be telling me the UN issued the results of an inquiry into an alleged Iraqi nuclear programme indicating that no such programme existed before the invasion took place. I mean, that would make the people trying to explain away that decision as one which was both calculated and rational at the time look dishonest.
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AirMarshall wrote:

You know Rand Paul said if we followed his foreign policy, there would be no ISIS, and you know what? He is 100% right.

But we can't dwell on the past, they've grown too much over the past 10-15 years and have a name for themselves. The Iraqi government has no moral to fight them at all, President Obama pulled troops out of Iraq WAY before stabilization of the region could begin, and they claim more and more territory ever week.

ISIS is a despicable, over-zealous, self-proclaimed caliphate who seeks to kill or convert all who aren't Muslim. I'm no military strategist, but something has to be done about them sooner or later.


Actually Bush signed the agreement to pull all troops out of Iraq.
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There are people who take ISIS too seriously and not seriously enough. They are disillusioned, but yet well-funded. There is nothing more dangerous than wealthy blind idiots with military equipment. Whether they can fight against a military power is another story.

The US and its coalition should have never went into Iraq. Destabilizing the region and then FORCING democracy on the Iraqi people was a poor choice. You can't simply force it on other people. The region simply isn't ready for democracy.
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deadscreen wrote:

i dont know much about the situation but that i see them on cnn everyday. first it was al-qaeda now its isis. when are we or somebody else going to rid the world of these crazy ideologists. it boggles my mind how these guys out in the middle of nowhere can be so strategic and damaging. i could say more but id like your thoughts on this


Your first problem is being on CNN

ISIS are nothing more than delusional degenerates. Much like many other radical groups across the globe.
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Pricks like ever other military trying to fight for land.
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BlueOni wrote:


pirththee wrote:

GW negotiated the Iraq withdrawal for 2011 and the Iraq government under Maliki wanted all of the US troops out.


Wait a minute. You mean the US-Iraq Status of Forces Agreement wasn't signed by a time-traveling Obama disguised as George W. Bush? Next you'll be telling me the UN issued the results of an inquiry into an alleged Iraqi nuclear programme indicating that no such programme existed before the invasion took place. I mean, that would make the people trying to explain away that decision as one which was both calculated and rational at the time look dishonest.


Never underestimate the power of revisionist historians.Oh you forgot GW's masterstrokes the Patriot Act and The AUMF.I'm still trying to figure out how Rand Paul has a foreign policy when he's never been president , chaired a committee, held any cabinet post or diplomatic posting .An even more remarkable achievement is the fact that he personally entered politics in 2010 and now is touted as having a position featuring an "I told You so" stance about foreign policy dating back to 2001.
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pirththee wrote:


BlueOni wrote:


pirththee wrote:

GW negotiated the Iraq withdrawal for 2011 and the Iraq government under Maliki wanted all of the US troops out.


Wait a minute. You mean the US-Iraq Status of Forces Agreement wasn't signed by a time-traveling Obama disguised as George W. Bush? Next you'll be telling me the UN issued the results of an inquiry into an alleged Iraqi nuclear programme indicating that no such programme existed before the invasion took place. I mean, that would make the people trying to explain away that decision as one which was both calculated and rational at the time look dishonest.


Never underestimate the power of revisionist historians.Oh you forgot GW's masterstrokes the Patriot Act and The AUMF.I'm still trying to figure out how Rand Paul has a foreign policy when he's never been president , chaired a committee, held any cabinet post or diplomatic posting .An even more remarkable achievement is the fact that he personally entered politics in 2010 and now is touted as having a position featuring an "I told You so" stance about foreign policy dating back to 2001.


Kind of reminds me of Obama when he first ran.
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They are just some sand crawlers who got full of themselves. Why there hasn't been a full attack on Isis to wipe them out, I have no idea.
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It is a coalition of dangerous and exceedingly violent religious zealots who are not unlike the brutal warriors who existed during The Crusades. When you see how these adults act viciously without guilt or remorse, but with eagerness, that's when you know there is no redemption. The members have no place in modern society and clearly do not get along with civilized people who don't share their beliefs. If they are so insistent on bringing war upon themselves, their intent does not matter. What matters is how they kill innocent people simply because of a difference in belief. I think there needs to be punishment for this. There won't be much to gain by going to war against ISIS, but it is clearly too much of a threat to be left thriving for too much longer.

I've seen many videos of ISIS executions. They seem to all involve several victims. Some are clearly in no shape to be a threat to the ISIS members but they are killed anyway. There are live beheadings with knives (probably the worst since some ISIS guys don't know how to cut all the way through the neck quickly) in which you can hear the victim screaming through their slashed throats, making a squealing noise since their vocal cords aren't working anymore. The executioners smile and laugh like it's the most natural and fun thing to be doing to people. There are also mass executions by rifle and pistol. Some show more than a dozen people forced to kneel in some field. They are sprayed with bullets to ensure death. Other videos show them being shot in the head and then decapitated. Sometimes, heads are put on spiked fences or poles while ISIS members cheer and laugh.
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They're idiots. Dangerous idiots, but idiots nonetheless. World would be a better place without then, but then again same could be said about many other groups as well. Eventually (and hopefully soon) they'll manage to piss off enough organizations and nations that they'll end up six feet under as a group, but that wont stop more such idiots appearing. Shame really, but as Einstein is said to have said: "Two things are infinite: the universe and human stupidity; and I’m not sure about th’universe!"
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lost and misguided people
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dotsforlife wrote:


pirththee wrote:


BlueOni wrote:


pirththee wrote:

GW negotiated the Iraq withdrawal for 2011 and the Iraq government under Maliki wanted all of the US troops out.


Wait a minute. You mean the US-Iraq Status of Forces Agreement wasn't signed by a time-traveling Obama disguised as George W. Bush? Next you'll be telling me the UN issued the results of an inquiry into an alleged Iraqi nuclear programme indicating that no such programme existed before the invasion took place. I mean, that would make the people trying to explain away that decision as one which was both calculated and rational at the time look dishonest.


Never underestimate the power of revisionist historians.Oh you forgot GW's masterstrokes the Patriot Act and The AUMF.I'm still trying to figure out how Rand Paul has a foreign policy when he's never been president , chaired a committee, held any cabinet post or diplomatic posting .An even more remarkable achievement is the fact that he personally entered politics in 2010 and now is touted as having a position featuring an "I told You so" stance about foreign policy dating back to 2001.


Kind of reminds me of Obama when he first ran.



Pretty much.All you had to do in that election is not be GW, and what the heck, hang in there we'll even give you a Nobel.
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nemoskull wrote:

i think there is a very pretty goddess some where that is very sad right about now....


After her father hacked her brother into dozens of pieces she cried a literal river, then traveled around Egypt to collect all the pieces, but couldn't find his phallus as it'd been eaten by wild animals or something. So, she makes him a new one out of gold, then turns into a bird and has sex with her brother's corpse and gives birth to Horus.

You know... she sounds about as crazy as the organization sharing her name to me.
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I've heard something recently about ISIS riling up Al-Qaeda in the past. Something about them calling Jihad on each other in April if I recall. It'd be fantastic if they went and wiped each other out.
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