Skip to comments.BREAKING: Putin Goes to War… Tells Terrorists, You’re About “to Feel It”
Posted on 12/19/2016 4:41:56 PM PST by Texas Fossil
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The reason Putin is admired imo is that ‘we like what he stands for’.
Putin is a kleptocrat and mass murderer. Interesting things to “admire” but whatever floats your boat I guess.
Yeah. Nothing’s gonna happen.
Not only did he do nothing about it, but he told the big lie of the internet video caused it to happen. Idiot.
There was terrorism in the very shadow of Putin’s Kremlin last year when Nemtsov was assassinated. Guess what Putin did? Nothing. Putin uses terrorism to advance his political agenda. He’ll do it with what happened in Turkey.
What did he ‘klepto and what did he mass’?
God Bless President Putin for not taking the bait. This is a clear invitation to WWIII! The parallels to WWI were even picked up by the MSM, idiots of the decade.
He only has to hold out for a month before he has a rational President of the US with whom to negotiate.
Conquering terrorism is the number 1 priority for all civilized nations.
Putin will show obama what a red line means.
Trump could whip this clown’s ass with just one club in his bag — a 9-iron.
One muzzie blaming another.
Saw firsthand, albeit from the afghanistan / pakistan border region, what the russians unleashed on the Mujahideen . All out military power with no political restraints to kill not capture. Russia gave up and went home.
The islamakazis need to be deprived of an enemy they can see. Hit them 24/7 with air power and surgical oh dark thirty raids on their leadership and logistics.
Islamakazi warfare is in and of itself a perfect example of the concept of leaderless resistance developed by Col. Ulius Louis Amoss, a former U.S. intelligence officer, in the early 1960s.
Leaderless resistance, or phantom cell structure, is a social resistance strategy in which small, independent groups (covert cells), including individuals (a solo cell called a “Lone Wolf”), challenge an established institution such as a law, economic system, social order, government, et cetera.
It is extremely difficult if not impossible to exterminate or destroy or defeat.
Traditional organizations leave behind much evidence of their activities, such as money trails, and training and recruitment material. Leaderless resistances, as they are as much ideologies as organizations, generally lack such traces. The effects of their operations, globally reported by the mass media, act as a sort of messaging and recruitment advertising. MSM does their work for them per se.
The internet provides investigators with further challenges. The individual cells (and even a single person can be a cell) can communicate over the internet, anonymously or semi-anonymously publishing and sharing information online, to be found by others through well-known websites. Even where legally and technically possible to ascertain who accessed what, it is often practically impossible to discern in reasonable timeframe who is a real threat and who is just curious, a journalist, or a web crawler.
Despite these advantages, leaderless resistance is often unstable. If the actions are not frequent enough or not successful, the stream of public messages, serving as the recruiting, motivation and coordination drives for other cells, diminishes. If the actions are too successful, the result will be formation of support groups and other social structuresstructures vulnerable to network analysis.
Islam the religion of pieces versus peace provides adequate cover through its stability thus reducing they’re vulnerability to intelligence agencies for the most part. Making ISIS’s use of leaderless resistance very very hard to defeat if not impossible .
Individual ISIS cells are a different form in that killing off one or two leaves the ideology as fuel to build day by day or generations of replacement groups. The key in my opinion is to take no prisoners, scorched earth, violence of action, physical and psychological damage to ISIS forever.
Don’t stop ...... they won’t .
Stay Safe Jeff..... prayers up Sir.
The Turkish cleric who lives in PA, just south of the Poconos.
I wouldn’t be surprised to see a Islamic team put him to sleep. There are now mosques in the area ready to coordinate and execute hits.
Yup. Once Assad is toppled, ISIS rolls in.
Putin can see it. Obama has set the Muslim Brotherhood loose and it’s threatening all the world.
The Turks shot down a Russian war jet and assassinate a Russian embassador. ISIS took down a Russian passenger jet.
Putin is looking for names and it’s going to get personal. Family. Homes.
Remember when the Somali pirates seized a Russian ship? Russian special forces recaptured the ship and placed all the pirates, including those wounded in the firefight, back on their small boat and riddled it with with gunfire until it sank. The video was then widely circulated in the Middle East. Needless to say the Somali pirates got the message. I expect the assassin’s family to be hunted down and killed and the mosque he attended to be flattened probably during Friday prayers. Unlike Obama Milquetoast, Putin doesn’t screw around
Constantinople. Every Russian Tsar since Peter the Great has dreamt of retaking Constantinople. Putin is no different.
Russia doesnt seem so free to me......A lot freer than anyplace that is,or has become, a Muslim shithole.
Well, that’s true.
He stands for his national sovereignty, which we admire. What we don’t like is that his nation is one of men, not of laws. Russia is basically a totalitarian dictatorship and of that I have no respect.
That Putin is a strong leader, who loves his country, I respect and can’t wait for 30 days to be over and we have such a President.
‘He stands for his national sovereignty, which we admire. What we dont like is that his nation is one of men, not of laws. Russia is basically a totalitarian dictatorship and of that I have no respect.”
People living in glass houses shouldn’t throw stones. We are not a nation of laws anymore. (Trump’s not in office yet) An illegal alien closet-muzzie criminal is running this country. So relax with your criticism of other countries just yet.
And what is the purpose of the Russian Duma? Does it not make & enforce laws as our Congress once did??
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