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/pol explains ISIS

i found this on /pol and thought you might wanna see this

stop oppressing me

Say hi to evil
I' seen a lot on Imgur about
corrupt governments killing their
own people, but I haven' t seen
anything yet about a, bloodthirsty
called ISIS.
I put this together to change that.
This is ISIS
Short for The Islamic State of Iraq and Syria
ISIS is a terrorist organization whose goal is to create a
Sunni state that stretches from Baghdad to the
Mediterranean Horrifyingly, they are succeeding
ISIS started out as in Iraq. After the US left, they
regrouped and became so murderous that even the head Al-
Qaida organization said that they were too extreme Al-
Qaida broke all ties with them. Let me repeat that.: even AL-
QAIDA wont stomach the **** these guys do
You might' heard about how the Syrian uprising was co-
opted by terrorists who impose Sharia law on the cities they
wrest from Brasher ? That' s ISIS When they take a
city, they Shiites, Christians, and anybody who
rejects them as the new government.
Aim Bakr
This evil ****** is the leader of ISIS He makes Bin Laden look
tame by comparison He Christians, Shiites,
jews, and anybody who rejects ISIS or does not comply with
Sharia law once he imposes it on a city, Today, ISIS released
gruesome photographs and claimed that they
1, 700 Shiites in a captured Iraqi city,
I Vernal in mm., i. m
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s attempt to create a state that stretches to the
Mediterranean is underway Disturbingly, ISIS now completely
controls over 30 cities. Most recently, they took Mosul, Bani, Takeit,
Samara, and They are SIXTY MILES from Baghdad Let
me be clear ISIS has gone from being a terrorist group to a
terrorist state
Has US Military
As ISIS takes control of cities, it replenishes its resources by
emptying banks and incorporating military equipment that the US
left behind for the Iraqi military, They have humvees tanks, and
even some Fighter jets, though it is believed that they do not
know how to pilot them
an They We cargo panes it - in Tstape
Mass Murder in Iraq and Syria
As in Syria, ISIS is anybody
who resists their rule, as well as Shiites and
Christians. ISIS publicize; videos and pictures of
its murders online, in an attempt to foment a
sectarian war, Google at your own risk. NSFL,
With ISIS consolidating its forces 60 miles from
Baghdad, Shiite militias have begun forming to
prepare for a siege against the city, Food prices
have doubled. Energy prices have increased .
Citizens in Iraq and Syria are stuck between their ****** power-
hungry governments and terrorists. It seems like a
crime for other countries to look on from the sidelines and do
nothing But what can be done, and who should do it? I dent have
the answer to that, but I hope that this will at least educate you to
the point where, if the government does propose intervention to
destroy ISIS, you can evaluate whether its worth it or not
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User avatar #63 - thephoenix (06/28/2014) [+] (75 replies)
Why doesn't America go in and break stuff? that's like, your thing! Britain would but we don't want to steal Americas thunder now, do we?
#88 to #63 - falinos (06/28/2014) [-]
Last time we tried stopping this terrorist **** , the whole world turned on us calling us oil thieving warmongers. we heard them and left, and cut our military budget and now its "WHY oh why doesn't America do something about this"
User avatar #89 - ivoryhammer (06/28/2014) [+] (55 replies)
I notice that nobody mentions that ISIS has also been doing things like directing traffic and helping infrastructure.
#91 to #89 - angelusprimus (06/28/2014) [-]
"Hey Abdul! ISIS has taken over our city, they are finally bringing order to the traffic! Abdul? Abdul?"
*slaps his head*
"Oh yes, Abdul was Shi'a he and his wife and children have been brutally murdered. But atleast I have good traffic now."

Sorry, when someone is mass murdering people the fact that they solved the rush hour doesn't impress me.
#5 - jackmanagan ONLINE (06/27/2014) [+] (4 replies)
im sure your post was something serious and informative.   
   
but isis was mentioned
im sure your post was something serious and informative.

but isis was mentioned
User avatar #34 - Blargosnarf (06/27/2014) [+] (13 replies)
The very second US seeks to step foot in the desert again, the media will explode with anti war propaganda once again, even though the same people would be screaming "help them!"
User avatar #9 - cleateater (06/27/2014) [+] (2 replies)
That's nice
where was the funny?
User avatar #12 to #9 - narcomancer (06/27/2014) [-]
and then there's this asshole.
User avatar #1 - ishallsmiteyou (06/27/2014) [+] (9 replies)
What we need, and I'm not trying to sound like a jackass, but we need a reaction. I'm not talking full out invasion, I'm talking precision strikes on key targets (I.E bases, ammo dumps, vehicle depots, etc.) for the purpose of weakening their forces to such an extent that local governments can effectively defend against, and eventually eliminate ISIS forces. All an invasion would do is cause even more trouble and give ISIS an extra excuse.
User avatar #18 - fuckyeahxd (06/27/2014) [+] (33 replies)
good luck conquering israel like that went well the last thousand times
#19 to #18 - stoneshit (06/27/2014) [-]
Few chemical projectiles on Israel aaaaannnnndddd they're gone
#252 - yuukoku (06/28/2014) [+] (5 replies)
Been a Yankees fan all my life. I knew the Red Sox were evil from the ******* start.
User avatar #84 - muffaletta ONLINE (06/28/2014) [+] (20 replies)
As an American, I hope we don't get involved. Because the second we do, everyone in europe will say we invaded for oil.
#50 - nyeeeh (06/27/2014) [+] (9 replies)
what does NSFL mean? Not safe for life?
User avatar #56 to #50 - gameshredder (06/28/2014) [-]
National Soccer/Football League
#8 - madsolar (06/27/2014) [+] (3 replies)
I love that this dude is wearing a red sox shirt.
#182 - onewithpokerface (06/28/2014) [+] (4 replies)
How America feels about this after all the ******** of being called the world police and angry warmongers.
#195 - leonhardt (06/28/2014) [+] (2 replies)
>ISIS mentioned
>Swell with alcohol and hostile work environments
#113 - singsing (06/28/2014) [+] (6 replies)
Alright strap in, this might be long but I find it fascinating.

I'm currently taking an ethnic conflict course at an amazing university (known for its Poly Sci department) and we are now discussing methods of diffusing the situation. We have proposed some 40 options but they categorize into something like this:

Direct boots on the ground intervention (highly unlikely, American pop would hate it. Plus, it would most likely solidify Sunni opposition and turn them more rapidly towards Isis)

Sanctions on oil (not at all optimal, as Sunni and Shiites alike would suffer—Isis is the best funded terrorist organization in history, so sanctions are kinda useless)

Drone strikes (Isis knows this tactic and has begun integrating with normal Sunni civilian population—this would absolutely backfire)

Most importantly, we could build up the Shia army under Maliki(the current Shia president who is a dick towards Sunni) and vow to depose him. Sunnis would hopefully then integrate into the Iraqi army. This is probably the option that the U.S. will run with—you can quote me on that! Direct intervention would backfire. Studies show that collateral damage by the Talliban is forgiven significantly more easily than that of foreign forces, such as ISAF (the U.S. force).

One of the biggest problems we face is that Iraq has no national identity. Discriminatory policies of Maliki prove to estrange Sunnis from a coherent state identity, which compels soldiers of the army to abandon their posts or switch sides much more easily.

The short is that there is no good answer. We are choosing from a plethora of ****** options. The important thing to remember is that no matter what resolution you can conceive there is a significant consequence. Intervention is beyond complex.
User avatar #68 - Maroon (06/28/2014) [+] (9 replies)
How are a bunch of illiterate dirt farmers winning against an actual government army? Even if it is the Iraqi army.
#78 - redknull (06/28/2014) [+] (4 replies)
I'm not even slightly shocked, there's nothing on the "main" news sites in Norway, I've seen a few small articles here and there. But hey, socialists love terrorism apparently.
I'm not even slightly shocked, there's nothing on the "main" news sites in Norway, I've seen a few small articles here and there. But hey, socialists love terrorism apparently.
#7 - junkinator (06/27/2014) [+] (13 replies)
ISIS, eh?

But really though, unless theres some attack on America, the US isn't going to do anything because Obamas all about "Hurr no torps in middle yeast!" So he doesn't want to look like a turd and not follow through on this promise he made to get him elected.
#637 - dronenortle (06/28/2014) [-]
When the United States get's involved:
IMPERIALIST PIGS, THE U.S ONLY WANTS OIL.
When the United States backs off:
TALK ABOUT SELFISH? THE US DOESN'T HELP ANYONE BUT THEMSELVES..
What the **** has Europe done bout Isis?
User avatar #222 - malific (06/28/2014) [-]
What can be done and who should do it?

The Us is always the ones that pull everyone's asses out of the fire when this **** goes down, but the entire world turned on us when we went into Iraq for legitimate reasons (if you say for oil you're a stupid ******** , we are getting LESS oil from Iraq since the war than before it).

After the planet pulled the rug out from under us (after going in WITH US), the political fall out forced us to withdraw far sooner than we should have and we were unable to allow the new government to stabilize enough to support itself. So now this is happening.

What should be done? The First world needs to go back in Wipe ISIS the **** out and then STABILIZE the country before withdrawing again.

Who should do it? Obviously the US... But **** it, after we tried helping once you **** for brains can deal with it yourself.

You made your ******* bed of blood and bodies, now go sleep in it. We get less than 5% of our oil from Iraq, we can easily turn to Canada to make up the loss.
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