Good to see John McDonnell, finance spokesman for the (UK) Labour Party, in as televison interview this morning, say that bombing campaigns and ground invasions are not the way to beat ISIS.
Not only have I been saying this since the NATO allies went into Afghanistan in 2001, I have been proved right over and over again. Once a terrorist base is identified, the terrorists simply melt away into the general population, lie low for a while and then pop up again somewhere else.
And now, as Mr. McDonnell remarked, they are in Europes cities and streets as well as in Iraq, Syria, Turkey, Libya and Egypt (that we know of. They have well organised cells, know how to lie low, how to play the race card if the law gets too close. And most of all they know the west’s spineless, politically correct politicians will not allow the police or security forces move against them for fear of setting the screeching lefties off on one of their “racism” rants.
So what do we do? Simples. Ignore the appeasers who want to hand a kife or gun or suicide vest to people who are coming to Europe for the purpose of killing Europeans. Close the borders and make sure not even a flea gets in without proper dovuments. Then round all the illegals up and dump them on St. Kilda with basic rations til they beg to be allowed to go home. In the meantime we should have recolonized their lands and opened factories and farms so the buggers will have to do the think they fear most apart from stroking a pig. They will have to GET SOME FUCKING WORK DONE if they want to eat.
That’s the way to beat ISIS.
Nigel Farage warned european leaders including the leader of the new ‘conventional war’ coalition against ISIS that military confrontation would cause more problems than it solves. Sure, kicking their arses makes us feel bett for a while but what about those little fuckers running round the West End, or Manchester, Leeds, Birmingham, Glasgow in their suicide vests. Our Trident submarines, aircraft carriers and hi tech weapons are eff all use against them. Over to Nigel:
“The EU is increasingly about war,” exclaimed the outspoken UKIP leader in 2013 in front of Francois Hollande and his European parliamentarian peers. Amid the collapse of the French economy and capital flight, Farage taunts Hollande it is clearly “impossible for France and Germany to stay together inside the same economic and monetary union.” So on the basis that the country is bankrupt (as France’s employment minister has said), Farage asks rhetorically, “what do you do? Well, the old trick – launch a foreign military intervention.” He concludes ominously prophetically, “taking on fundamentalist, radical Islam in battle is something that will launch ourselves… on a decade of unending, unwinnable misery.”
Only one thing to add really:
“War, fierce war,I see: and the Tiber (and the Thames and Seine, the Rhine and Danube) foaming with much blood.” Virgil: The Aneid book 4 (except words in brackets)
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